Mike was hired by CapTech right after graduating college with a degree in business administration. He began working in the company’s Richmond office for five years before moving to Denver. Though Mike doesn’t have a technical degree, his open mind has allowed him to work in quality assurance, business analysis, and process engineering—in addition to project management.
On the client site, Mike typically serves in a project manager role, but internally he wears many different hats. He is part of CapTech’s Account Management Team and Coaching Team—and is actively involved in college recruitment initiatives. Mike begins his day with team meetings to discuss present and future projects, followed by client engagement throughout the day.
“As a project manager, the most challenging part is keeping everyone on the internal team and the client side on the same page. There a lot of moving parts, but it’s also exciting to be able to work with the quality of people we have here at CapTech.”
“What I’m looking for the most in my interviews is a specific experience or example. I don’t like when I hear a scripted response—I want to know what you’ve specifically done in your career that will make you a valuable part of the CapTech team.”