ProRecruiters is supported by highly experienced staffing and recruiting consultants skilled in full-cycle recruitment and placement of professional talent.
Carey Baker and her husband, Brett, launched Part-Time Pros in March of 2008 aimed at giving professionals flexibility in the workplace, filling a much-needed niche in the Tulsa area. Six years later, their innovative business continues to grow and has been renamed ProRecruiters to better represent the broad range of their services.
In 2012, Carey wrote her first book “Hire a Pro/Be a Pro” to offer advice on how to hire and keep the best employees, as well as, how to be the employee that companies want to keep. In addition, Carey won a Tulsey Award in 2012 for her commitment to entrepreneurism.
Prior to opening ProRecruiters, Carey worked for Chapman Foundations Management, Advisory Board Company and The Williams Companies.
Carey is currently serving as the 2014 chair of the Small Business Council for the Tulsa Regional Chamber.
Carey lives in Tulsa with her husband Brett and their two daughters.
Brett, a native Tulsan, started ProRecruiters (formerly Part Time Pros) with his wife Carey in 2008 while maintaining his work as a Tulsa Fire Fighter. As the company continued to grow, Brett retired from the fire department in order to focus full time on their company while overseeing operations.
Before returning to Tulsa to begin his career, Brett spent time trading interest rate futures of the floor of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange and as a loan officer for a mortgage company in Southern California.
Brett lives in Tulsa with his wife Carey and their two daughters.
Cassy is a graduate of Oklahoma State University where she earned her degree in Business Administration. She began her professional career at a drilling company where she handled the recruiting for the entire company. She brings in over 6 years of oil and gas and technical recruiting experience.
Tyler Dwyer is originally a Texas Native and moved to Oklahoma to pursue her Associates in Human Resources and plans to get her MBA after graduating in 2019. She is no stranger to the staffing industry and has a passion for building relationships and employee relations. She lives in Bixby with her husband and daughter and enjoys spending time at the lake with her family.
Aubrey graduated from Oklahoma State University in December of 2014 where she earned her Bachelor’s Degree in University Studies with a minor in Educational Psychology. She began her professional career at a Natural Gas and Sulfur Company, where she worked for two years. Her passion is working in Human Resources, where she is excited to have the opportunity to be a part of a team that pairs candidates with lifelong career opportunities.
Donna has been with ProRecruiters since 2012. She has more than twenty years of accounting experience and previously served as the CFO for a local not for Profit.
Scott comes to ProRecruiters after completing a distinguished 28-year military career, the last 13 years in which he served as a Recruiting and Retention Manager. He is also a certified Franklin Covey Facilitator/Trainer. Scott graduated with honors from Southern Nazarene University with a B.S. degree in Organizational Leadership. An advocate for children with special needs, Scott was appointed by the Governor to serve on the Interagency Coordinating Council, which addresses the needs of children with disabilities. Scott lives in the Tulsa area with his wife Gwen and their two children.
Heidi joined ProRecruiters in October of 2016 as the VP of Business Relations and Development. Heidi approached ProRecruiters looking for an opportunity that would provide flexibility for her family as well as fulfill her desire to be in a relationship driven career. Heidi is excited about partnering with Tulsa companies by providing clients with a high level of personal service to help them build their teams and profitability.
Stanley has been with ProRecruiters since March of 2014. Prior to joining ProRecruiters, he was the guard dog for Mr. Mertle’s junk yard. He was so successful in his role with the junk yard that he was forced to retire. He enjoys greeting all visitors of ProRecruiters, playing outside, and belly rubs.