We Simply Don’t Stop.

I’m the founder, Drew. My efforts in locating talent are thorough, persistent, and creative. Most of the talent employers are seeking is already gainfully employed. I accept and appreciate the more difficult task of targeting a passive market. In fact, I build my reputation in that regard.

I have 17 years of experience working Automation Engineering and Operational Technology skill sets. Even early in my career working within agencies, I “built my own business” running my own desk. I succeeded in Sales, Recruitment, and Account Management within Automation Engineering.

I am a top-tier Staffing resource for all things Automation Engineering and Operational Technology.

Back to Basics:

I earn my living by excelling in traditional headhunting techniques. There is no better way to service my profession in a niche market than through continuously growing my relationship base and active network. There is no technology, now or ever, that will replace the approach I utilize. Please try technology-driven recruitment techniques, and when those disappoint, please reach out to me.

At Mollitiam, there is a constant consciousness of talent acquisition being an integral part of our Clients achieving their own career goals. They need the right people with them on that journey. We remain aware of a Candidate’s need to not only positively impact their career goals, but the lives of loved ones who rely on them. Our success is measured in matching these aspirations.

Although I am passionate about my work and enjoy my profession, I work to sustain my personal life so that I can give back to my community. I do strive to work for a Higher Purpose.

What We Believe:

We believe that technology supports personal efforts and should not dictate a means to an end.
We believe that the Staffing industry has allowed flawed models and processes to prevail. Clients have been reduced to revenue. Candidates have become inventory.
We are here to affect change in this regard.


We are always moving forward.
re·lent·less | ri-ˈlent-ləs

1: continuing without becoming weaker, less severe, etc.

2: remaining strict or determined

re·sil·ient | ri-ˈzil-yənt

1: able to become strong, healthy, or successful again after something bad happens