Nesco Resource, a leading provider in engineering, IT, clerical and industrial staffing, is pleased to announce the promotion of Grant Derner to President of Nesco Resource, LLC and its affiliates, effective March 1, 2018.
“We are very excited to have Grant take on this role”, says John Tomsich, CEO of Nesco Resource. “After conducting a national and internal search to find a candidate for this position, it was clear that with Grant’s extensive experience within the industry and his hands-on knowledge that he was the right choice when it comes to enhancing our ability to serve our customers and driving the next stage of our company’s growth.”
Grant has more than thirty years of experience in all aspects of the staffing industry, beginning his journey as a recruiter and has since worked at all levels of the business. After joining Nesco Resource in 2009 when the company he founded, PMH Resources, was acquired, he has served as a Regional Manager, Vice President of Southern Division, Vice President of Operations and Executive Vice President of the Professional Division.
“I am honored to be appointed to lead Nesco Resource, and I look forward to continuing to build on our core business, drive profitable growth and embrace operational excellence” said Derner. “Our strategic direction is clear. We are charting a course for growth with innovation and collaboration as key elements of our plan.”
A national search has begun for a new Executive Vice President of the Professional Division. John Tomsich, former President of Nesco Resource, will continue as CEO of Nesco Resource concentrating on acquisition, strategy and other long-term objectives.
About Nesco Resource
Nesco Resource is a human capital company offering customized recruiting and employment solutions nation-wide. With an unyielding focus to match top talent with their clients’ employment needs since opening its doors in 1953, Nesco Resource has grown to become one of the largest privately held staffing firms in the country, as recognized by Staffing Industry Analysts.