Employee Recognition / Spotlight
EMPLOYEE: Brock Daniels
JOB TITLE: Project Manager
FAMILY: Anne Daniels (mother, 48), Brett Daniels (father, 50), Shelby Daniels (sister, 21)
NARRATIVE BIO: Brock graduated in 2012 from Southeast Polk High School in Pleasant Hill, IA. While at Southeast Polk he played football, baseball and ran track & field. Receiving varsity letters and conference honors in all since his sophomore season. After high school he pursued baseball collegiately beginning at the Junior College level. After junior college he accepted a scholarship to play at St. Ambrose University. At St. Ambrose he received a degree in marketing and finance. Post graduation he worked as the assistant marketing director within the medical field for Comfort Care. Brock realized he belonged in the trades and pursued a job as an engineer within the construction industry. Since arriving at Spectra Electrical he has assisted with the execution of Spectra's new technical rollout and various ongoing projects. He has helped advance Spectra's document control utilized by all field supervisors and project managers streamlining communication. The projects he has assisted with are headlined by University of Arizona's Honors college dorms, Aloft Hotel, and a classified micro-electronics factory. It is here at this classified micro-electronics factory that he received his promotion to Project Manager.
FIRST JOB: ADA Mowing
Hero(es): John Kwinski
HOBBIES: Boston Red Sox Baseball, Iowa Hawkeye Football, Golfing, Skiing, Boating, Fishing
FAVORITE RESTAURANT: Good Time Charlies
FAVORITE FOOD: Buffalo Wings
FAVORITE DRINK: Red Bull
FAVORITE MOVIE: Into the Wild
FAVORITE BOOK: "Tribe" Author: Sebastian Junger
BEST ADVICE (GIVEN): Live life like a 3-1 count.
BEST ADVICE (TO GIVE): Fake it 'till you make it.
YEARS IN TRADE: 1.5 years
FAVORITE PROJECT I HAVE WORKED ON: U of A Honors College
BEST PART OF WORKING AT SPECTRA: Spectra's employees have a thirst for knowledge and growth. Management recognizes this and reciprocates by issuing new tasks and responsibilities in a constructive manner; giving new employees the confidence they need to solve problems and execute the day to day responsibly