Archive for October, 2010

Company Hires for Engineering Jobs in Tampa

Sunday, October 31st, 2010

Armstrong has announced the filling of engineering jobs in Tampa.

Armstrong Forensic Engineers today announced that it has expanded its operations in Florida with the hiring of Senior Consultant Rachel Keller and additional support staff. These hires will serve to handle Armstrong’s growing client base in Tampa and throughout Florida.

Ms. Keller is a Professional Engineer with Mechanical Engineering degrees from Virginia Tech and Florida State University. She has extensive experience in accident reconstruction involving tractor-trailers, motorcycles, and automobiles. She is also experienced in the area of injury causation and seat belt analysis, having directed projects that required the engineering analysis of accident and material evidence to determine injury mechanisms or if injuries were consistent with accident evidence.

“We are delighted to have a Professional Engineer of Rachel’s caliber join our Florida office,” says company founder and president Jeffrey D. Armstrong, P.E. “Her training and experience in accident reconstruction and analysis will be vital in helping us better serve our expanding client base.”

Armstrong Forensic Engineers is a national forensic services firm providing technical consulting to legal, insurance, and corporate clients. The company’s professional engineers and consultants are skilled in many disciplines, offering reconstruction, scientific analysis, and expert testimony of traffic accidents and all types of mechanical, civil, or electrical engineering failures.

Visit the company on the web at www.armstrongforensic.com or call (866) 948-8010.

Armstrong Hires for Consultant Jobs in Tampa

Tuesday, October 26th, 2010

A Tampa-based company has successfully recruited for consultant jobs in Tampa.

Armstrong Forensic Engineers today announced that it has expanded its operations in Florida with the hiring of Senior Consultant Rachel Keller and additional support staff. These hires will serve to handle Armstrong’s growing client base in Tampa and throughout Florida.

Ms. Keller is a Professional Engineer with Mechanical Engineering degrees from Virginia Tech and Florida State University. She has extensive experience in accident reconstruction involving tractor-trailers, motorcycles, and automobiles. She is also experienced in the area of injury causation and seat belt analysis, having directed projects that required the engineering analysis of accident and material evidence to determine injury mechanisms or if injuries were consistent with accident evidence.

“We are delighted to have a Professional Engineer of Rachel’s caliber join our Florida office,” says company founder and president Jeffrey D. Armstrong, P.E. “Her training and experience in accident reconstruction and analysis will be vital in helping us better serve our expanding client base.”

Armstrong Forensic Engineers is a national forensic services firm providing technical consulting to legal, insurance, and corporate clients. The company’s professional engineers and consultants are skilled in many disciplines, offering reconstruction, scientific analysis, and expert testimony of traffic accidents and all types of mechanical, civil, or electrical engineering failures.

Visit the company on the web at www.armstrongforensic.com or call (866) 948-8010.

Companies Recruiting for Tampa Bay Sales Jobs

Saturday, October 16th, 2010

Many companies are soliciting applications for Tampa Bay sales jobs.

News briefs concerning economic and business growth in the Tampa Bay region from the Tampa Bay Partnership:

Progressive to hire at least 240 people in Tampa Bay

Auto insurer Progressive announced it will be hiring more than 240 people at its Tampa Bay call center over the next four months to handle a surge in customers across the country.

Many New Customer Service Jobs in Tampa Open Up

Friday, October 8th, 2010

Many companies are announcing a plethora of new customer service jobs in Tampa that are available.

Auto insurer Progressive announced it will be hiring more than 240 people at its Tampa Bay call center over the next four months to handle a surge in customers across the country.