Eric Lund Joins Intellect as Recruiting Lead

Eric Lund Joins Intellect as Recruiting Lead

Intellect Technical Solutions, Inc. is pleased to announce the addition of Eric Lund as a Recruiting Lead.

Lund will be responsible for helping to expand, train, mentor and lead Intellect’s technology recruiting teams.

Eric spent the last (5) years with kforce, one of the nation’s leading technology staffing firms, where he received several promotions and was ultimately responsible for leading a team entrusted to service one the firm’s largest clients in the financial services sector. During his tenure at kforce, he was also hand picked to be part of a new pilot program to ensure service delivery to new clients within the company’s portfolio. Based on the success of that pilot, that Emerging Business team was grown and made a core component of kforce’s National Recruiting Center (NRC). His primary focus at kforce was on technology focused placements for large banking, healthcare and software customers, across multiple markets nationwide. He was part of the firm’s Team of the Year in 2013 and was a two-time Employee of the Quarter in 2014.

“The first word that comes to mind with Eric is ‘driven’ ” commented Intellect CEO Jim Barge. “Anyone who worries about hiring a Millennial, hasn’t met Eric. He’s had success at every level of life, including his career in technology services and talent acquisition. His level of performance prior to joining Intellect was head and shoulders above his peer group. Eric also has innate leadership skills that we are looking forward to leveraging as we significantly grow our recruiting teams. Eric is going to be a core part of that growth and leadership.”

Lund was a triple major at the University of South Florida, where he participated on the university’s lacrosse team and was named the USF Men’s Lacrosse Sportsman of the Year in 2010. He is also an Eagle Scout and member of the Eagle Scout Association.


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