“A friend told me about the [job] opening, and I knew Robins & Morton was a great company to work for,” Swack said. “So I went for it. And it’s just worked out ever since.”
For the past three years, Liz has worked in talent acquisition with a focus on college campuses.
“We spend time at the campuses to find recent graduates for both internships and open field engineer positions,” Liz said. “Construction is currently booming, so it’s a fun and exciting time to work in talent acquisition.”
Clearly finding top talent for Robins & Morton requires some travel and adaptability, but Liz doesn’t shy away from either factor.
“My favorite thing about working in construction is that no two days are the same. I get to work at different locations and with members of various departments. I also meet people from a variety of fields.”
When asked her favorite thing about working at Robins & Morton, Liz is quick to respond, “The people there create a family atmosphere. I don’t feel like I have coworkers. Instead, I have more family and friends.”
And though Liz went on to earn a master’s degree in clinical psychology from Mississippi State University, her loyalty remains with the Alabama Crimson Tide. Outside of work, Liz likes to spend her time with friends and family, playing tennis or taking a Pure Barre class. When she needs to unwind, you can find her curled up with a book, especially if there’s a good mystery novel out.
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