At One Click Contractor, our culture is fueled by the enthusiasm of our employees. We pride ourselves in having a workplace that’s fun, engaging, and innovative, with a smart and motivated team that loves coming to work every day (either in-person or virtually); a team that truly makes magic happen.
This month, our employee spotlight showcases our Client Enablement Specialist, Bryce Rutzke. Let’s find out more about Bryce, his background, and his role at One Click Contractor.
As a Client Enablement Specialist, I have a front-facing role at One Click. We handle a wide array of duties such as answering customer support calls, reaching out to existing clients, responding to tickets, and onboarding and training new customers. The bulk of our time is dedicated to onboarding as it is our job to add in pricing, contracts, documents, etc., to individual contractors and organizations.
I've always liked exploring the different cultures in the many various countries where I've traveled. I also like exploring the many neighborhoods of my city, New York City. I enjoy trying new foods and interacting with people from all over the world. I'm an avid sports fan and attend numerous Yankee games throughout the year. However, my true sports passion is Chelsea FC, which is an English soccer team. I don't miss a game.
What I like most about being a Client Enablement Specialist is interacting with contractors regularly. I love the relationships I build with contractors over time and the positive influence in helping them grow their businesses. In addition, seeing contractors go from having no experience with One Click to relying on it for every estimate is something that gives me great gratification.
Before joining One Click, I went to Florida State University, where I received my Bachelor's Degree. Between graduating from FSU and joining One Click, I finished EMT school and was in the testing phases to join the New York City Police Department (NYPD). However, when the opportunity to join One Click arose, I could not turn it down. So here I am!
Learn a new language. As a New York City resident, where over 800 languages are spoken daily, I have always wanted to learn a second language. Maybe during this upcoming winter!
I have been to 19 countries. Also, I've recently gone from never seeing a Star Wars movie to becoming a Star Wars fanatic. I have a TIE fighter on my desk, and last but not least, I am obsessed with dogs.
If I could go back to one historical event, it would be the New York City Victory Parade of 1946, where thousands of US troops march through NYC in celebration of defeating Nazi Germany. The roar of cheers and patriotism shown on that day would be something truly remarkable to see! No matter what anyone's differences were, they were all united on that day.