Susan started her career as a receptionist for a mill supply house, where she worked her way up to the receiving department. After getting married, she went on the road with a construction company. Since she moved every two to three years, she was the perfect example of a temporary employee. Working in different positions gave her the experience to understand how individual offices work. Susan and John started Quality Employment Service in January 1995. She has worked in nearly every position in the office. After 20+ years, Susan is still learning new things every day and loves what she does.
After serving in the United States Air Force, John received his degree in business management. He has been in management, purchasing, and personnel throughout his career. John and Susan opened Quality Employment Service in January 1995 and have offices in Moultrie and Tifton. They currently have a staff of 15 and look forward to their continued growth.
Dusty is the Branch Manager for Quality Employment Service at the Tifton location. He has been an active employee with QES for the past 15 years. Dusty has an associate degree from Abraham Baldwin College. He began his career by working in temporary positions through QES. He was eventually hired full time to manage business development and recruiting and oversee other operations for the Tifton branch.
Business Development Consultant
Location: Moultrie , GA
Business Development Consultant/CSP
Amanda has worked in various aspects of the social work field, including working for a substance abuse program, a domestic violence shelter, and a program to help kids and adolescents with behavior or substance abuse issues. Amanda is now utilizing her knowledge and social work experience at Quality Employment Service as the Business Development Consultant for the Tifton branch. She joined the QES team in June 2011 as a Staffing Coordinator. She enjoys using her experience in the social work field, four years of staffing experience, and seven years of business development to help employers gain the qualified workers they need.