Recruiting Success Stories:
Featured Placement – Steve Fasano
Application Engineer – 3D Conceptual Software
Working with the Technical Services Manager of this well-recognized 3D Conceptual Modeling Software firm, Redfish was tasked with recruiting top application engineers who are both highly technical and comfortable working with clients. The company’s market includes the engineering and manufacturing sectors, providing tools to achieve greater efficiency and facilitate quicker decision making. The application engineers are expected to perform pre and post sales and marketing activities, and work directly with prospects and customers in high-pressure situations. The role requires strong analytic, organizational, and communication skills, and a culture of doing whatever it takes to achieve the highest customer satisfaction. This privately-held and VC-backed company offers a dynamic environment and tremendous growth.
Identifying and attracting the right multi-dimensional candidate was a challenge that Redfish relished. Steve Fasano was directly recruited for his unique skill set. He has a long CAD track record with a depth of experience in products such as SolidWorks/ProEngineer. In addition to his Bachelor of Science in Manufacturing Engineering from Boston University, he minored in Business Administration, and he received several honors. During this academic career he was an advisor as well as a teaching assistant. In his professional career he has had successful tenures as application engineer where he utilized his well-developed communication skills to establish and manage customer relationships, connect with prospects in sales presentations, and provide quality training and consulting services to clients.
“Working with Redfish Technology was seamless. Joanna helped me find a position based on my past experience and future goals that I couldn’t have found on my own. Setting up the initial interviews was no stress at all, and the rest is history. The team at Redfish is definitely one that I want in my corner.” – Steve Fasano