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Amy Grenga, Director of Human Resources

Amy Grenga, Director of Human Resources

As Director of Human Resources for New England Construction, Amy manages the overall provision of Human Resources services, policies, and programs for the company. Amy is focused on motivating and engaging employees on a daily basis.

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At New England Construction, when I first shared that my husband and I were expecting, the love and support we received from my ‘work family’ was overwhelming! I felt extremely blessed to work in a place where this type of support was outpouring.

Amy Grenga, Director of Human Resources
By Amy Grenga, Director of Human Resources
on February 06, 2019

When you become part of the New England Construction team, your opportunities are endless. If you are a dedicated and driven individual who is ready to move your career in a positive direction, New England Construction may be the place for you

Getting Started!

From an employer’s perspective, preparation is one of the most critical aspects to the success of a career fair.

In 1985,David Sluter founded New England Construction as a family owned company built upon three major guiding principles – integrity, excellence, and commitment.  Well, 32 years later, Matt Sluter, David’s son is now leading the company with those three principles in the forefront of his mind.  If we could add one more term to our company tag line it would be – integrity, excellence, commitment, and family.  When you become an employee at New England Construction, the Sluter family treats you as if you are one of their own. That’s why working at New England Construction is such a unique and rewarding opportunity.

The 2016 Summer Internship Program at NEC has finished its final inning and come to a bittersweet close. I am excited to share that it was an overall homerun! A successful program is a two-way street from both the preparedness and readiness of the company, but also the commitment and dedication of the intern.  From my perspective, NEC gave both Blake and Brendan the resources to be a successful intern at NEC, and they both gave 110% every day when they came to work. You can’t ask for more than that!

How to Run a Successful Internship Program

To ensure a successful summer at NEC, we are running a robust internship program.  As their coach, it is important for me to see that process through.  Generally, our interns will work in the Operations Department and report to our Senior Project Engineer.  The overall goal is for the intern to gain experience in the office as well as on job sites.  The intern will be assigned a mentor in the office and a Superintendent in the field. To run a successful internship program, you will need to carry out the following plays: