If you’re considering a career with Projectline, consider that “Good Decision #1.”
Contacting Projectline about career opportunities is just the first step in a very exciting process. Having joined Projectline late last year, it’s a process still fresh in my mind.
If you’re already thinking about applying, then you’ve probably seen how dedicated we are to brining our own special brand of Fantastic (that’s a technical term) to everything we do.
This mindset is a big part of the hiring process, too.
Your first step will be trading e-mails with one of our recruiters about a specific position you’ve seen listed online- if you’re lucky, that means getting a response from our resident talent expert, Lena Moses.
Lena will be able to answer every question you have about Projectline (even the ones you’re afraid to ask), and provide you with all the information you’ll need to decide what comes next. Continue reading
Projectline is proud to have been named one of the Northwest’s Top Corporate Philanthropists in the 2009 Puget Sound Business Journal Corporate Citizenship Awards.
The publication’s Corporate Citizenship program spotlights Northwest-based companies for their ongoing support of philanthropic causes and organizations. Among the hundreds of companies competing for consideration in this year’s awards, Projectline was one of only 25 to receive recognition in the Small Business category.
Because Projectline was founded on a mission to create positive impact, Projectline owners David Jones, Mike Kichline, and Anika Lehde are especially excited to receive this award. “We’ve always been committed to the idea of sharing a portion of our time, energy, and resources to help better our local and global communities,” says David Jones. “We’re fortunate to have had enough success to afford us so many opportunities to give back, and we’re extremely proud of that.”
“It’s kind of a quiet perk for our clients, too,” follows Mike Kichline. “They work with us because of our expertise and the quality of our team; they may not know that a portion of what they spend with us is redirected to our corporate giving initiative.”
Projectline, and fellow companies included on the 2009 Corporate Philanthropists list, were honored at a luncheon in Bellevue, WA on May 7th.
A division of American City Business Journals, Puget Sound Business Journal is the Northwest’s top business periodical. The weekly publication provides professionals with the latest breaking local, national, and global business news, as well as information on local business events, career opportunities, and more.