Hospitality names Chief RECRUITING Officer first
First Hospitality announces the appointment of Janice Parks to Chief RECRUITING Officer and its own Executive Leadership Team. Parks brings 14 years of experience in recruiting to her new position in addition to a formal education in executive leadership.
“Putting people first and building a world of mutual respect is really a right section of our cultural foundation,” says David Duncan, president of First Hospitality. “The addition of the principle RECRUITING Officer position demonstrates this commitment further. With Janice’s expertise as a transformational leader with an effective history of implementing people initiatives, we have been one step nearer to becoming the industry’s employer of preference.”
In her new role, Parks is in charge of executing and developing all areas of First Hospitality’s people strategy, including talent management, organizational development, culture transformation, thought leadership, executive coaching, and much more. To joining First Hospitality prior, Parks worked for the McDonald’s Corporation in Chicago where she held multiple leadership roles, including Senior Director of Global Inclusion and Diversity, & most recently, Global RECRUITING Officer where she led strategic recruiting for the $27 billion restaurant business in 22 U.S regions across multiple functions. Parks has additional experience employed in strategic communication and marketing roles with PacifiCare Health Systems, the County of Orange, Office on Aging, and United Way. She’s led community initiatives such as for example Success by 6 and California&rsquo also; each day for better health campaigns s 5.
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A California native, Parks earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in communications from California State University, Fullerton and a PR Certificate from the University of California Irvine. She actually is a graduate of McDonald&rsquo also;s Executive Leadership Program and recipient of the McDonald’s President Award, that is given to the most notable 1% of high performing employees. Janice is active in her community supporting efforts that embrace diversity, inclusion, and engagement.
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