Leaving a positive imprint…

Imprint PDX was founded by Aimee Levens (formerly Aimee Fahey) in 2012 to fill a vital need for small companies who lack the benefit of an in-house recruiter, help recruiters who want to improve their time to fill, and mentor individuals looking to make a change in their career.

  • As a recruiting consultant, she serves her clients with the same energy and commitment that she provided to her past employers – overseeing the entire recruiting process from start to finish, promoting her clients as employers of choice, and using her extensive network to strengthen candidate pools.
  • As a career coach, she works with individuals one-on-one to develop effective resumes, strong interviewing skills, increase their network, and assist them in navigating through career transitions.
  • As a writer, she contributes to a variety of local career blogs including Mac’s List and Silicon Florist, and writes a weekly career column, 9 to 5, as part of her own blog. She’s also been interviewed by The Oregonian, Brazen Careers, and FiveSeed, along with contributing guest blog posts to Compass Human Resources.

Experience
Aimee brings 15+ years of experience in Talent Acquisition and Human Resources, having worked in a diverse range of fields including software, apparel, publishing, nonprofit, manufacturing, government and environmental services. She has her Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources Management, and has been Professional in Human Resources (PHR) certified since 2004.

Reputation
Aimee has a reputation for delivering high-caliber results within a quickly evolving profession, partnering with hiring teams to create strategies for attracting, retaining and developing talent, and using her extensive and diverse personal, professional, and social networks to bring people and companies together. As a recruiter, she’s worked in corporate, agency, and independent consulting roles for companies of all sizes, from 3 to 30,000+ employees.  Aimee’s clients know they’re getting a recruiter who won’t “sell” to them – she is genuinely passionate about what she does, with strong relationships in the community and an ability to implement strong processes that both improve candidate experience and decrease time-to-fill.

Community Involvement
Aimee’s life and career has always been about building relationships, partnering with local schools and nonprofits to create stronger relationships between the business, academic, and nonprofit communities.  She is active with the Business Education Compact, The Portland Kitchen, and SMART, among others.

Sustainability
Aimee, known as “EcoGrrl” since 2008, is dedicated to walking the talk when it comes to sustainability, and it is shown frequently in her company business practices, as well as her lifestyle which includes obsessive gardening, exploring the world, photography, urban homesteading and living car-free. An avid writer, she writes several columns in her blog, interviewing those in the community, documenting her own efforts, and sharing her findings as she strives to implement small changes that make a big difference.

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2 responses

10 07 2014
Sherry Porterfield

Hi Aimee P! It’s Sherry Porterfield. How are you doing? I came across you while poking around the internet. What a surprise! Did you get married? Where are you now? I guess I could find that out by “following” you but I don’t want to. I hope you are well. Your hair is red. Our Calvin is headed to college next year and the rest of us are moving to Bellingham. All the best to you. Love and Kisses.

10 07 2014
EcoGrrl

Hey there! Was just thinking about you the other day when Dan & I were at Sauvie Island picking blueberries thinking of our trip :) I don’t have Facebook so email me at imprintpdx at gmail and I’ll send you my personal email address. Would love to catch up before you leave town!

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