#WeAreGreenKey: Spotlight on Kelsey Kirk

Welcome back to #WeAreGreenKey, where we shine a spotlight on the people behind our powerhouse recruiting team.

In the year’s final installment, we catch up with Kelsey Kirk, a recruiter on Green Key’s Professional Support team in Rockville, Maryland. Kirk joined Green Key in September 2020 with a couple years of recruiting experience already in tow. She graduated Salisbury University in 2018 with a bachelor’s in Business Administration and a minor in Psychology.

Kirk opened up about her inspiration to work in recruiting, as well as her motivation to achieve success here at Green Key.

What inspired you to pursue a career in recruitment?

Recruitment requires deep relationship building and human connection with many different people. Helping candidates navigate important decisions about life and work can be a delicate balance, but positively impacting a candidate’s life and career goals is the reason I got into recruiting.

What sets Green Key apart from other recruiting firms?

I joined Green Key because of the genuine, hard-working people I get to work with every day. My co-workers amaze me every day proving how helpful, thoughtful and hardworking they are, encouraging me to be a better person and employee.

What are the next steps for candidates interested in expanding their Professional Support job search? 

Connect with me on LinkedIn! You can also check out our Professional Support job board to browse all open roles.

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