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Menges Promotes ESD to New York Television Audience

Operations Director Ryan Menges is featured in a recent episode of Job Hunt New York where she discusses all the great reasons to join the ESD team.

Broadcast over the weekend on MeTV+ in the New York area, Menges took off her director hat for the New York office to serve as ESD spokesperson, ambassador, and recruiter. During the almost five-minute interview, Menges offered an overview of the firm, its expansion to offices on both coasts, and the long list of benefits available at ESD. While all qualified applicants are welcome, Menges says she is particularly interested in seeing more women join the male-dominated industry.

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The Job Hunt New York episode spotlighting ESD will be rebroadcast on MeTV+ in the New York area on December 25 and 26. To see the full interview segment, click on the image below.

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You can also view the full episode featuring other job opportunities in the New York area as well as some helpful tips regarding worker fatigue and burnout, follow the link in the image below.

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Ryann Menges helped open ESD’s New York office in 2019. She is passionate about meeting clients’ needs and customizes her approach to projects based on their inclinations as she works toward the company’s mission to improve society through the built environment.

For more information about opportunities in the New York office or how her team can help your company, contact Ryann. To find a comprehensive list of current job openings, visit our Careers Page.

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