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Julie Spurlin has been appointed Chief Human Resources Officer at HCSS

TechJulie Spurlin has been appointed Chief Human Resources Officer at HCSS

Julie Spurlin has just joined HCSS in the role of Chief Human Resources Officer. HCSS is a leading supplier of innovative software that assists heavy civil firms in streamlining their operations. Julie has over 25 years of substantial expertise in the field of human resources, which she will bring to HCSS to assist in charting the route for the organization’s future expansion.

“The passage of the infrastructure bill has boosted the future of the construction industry,” said Steve McGough, CEO and President of HCSS. “Many of our heavy civil customers will gain new projects requiring them to need more technology tools and support,” he added.

Julie’s most recent position was that of senior vice president of human resources at Software AG, a worldwide software vendor located in Germany. Prior to that, she held executive positions at a number of software and technology businesses, including RSA and Sun Microsystems, among others.

Julie Spurlin, the Chief Human Resources Officer at HCSS, explains that she is “passionate about keeping the human in human resources and the HR department as true partners, working hard to help individuals and teams grow to their fullest potential.” “I have discovered that the atmosphere at HCSS as well as the advantages that are provided are superior to others in this field. Because HCSS treats its workers like members of a family, those workers feel invested in the success of the firm.

Julie has just graduated from Virginia Tech and is very close to finishing the CHRO Program at the Wharton School of Business.

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