You know those people who just have the knack for making everyone laugh? That’s Jess. She lights up the room with her warm smile and has the ability to keep things lighthearted around the office while also maintaining a highly professional demeanor. Jess has proven herself to be a quick and efficient learner and an incredibly hard worker, which earned her the title of “Rookie of the Year” in 2016. Without further ado, meet Jess!
Name: Jessica Doar
Position at OSC: Customer Service Representative
Tell us a little bit more about what this entails? I help customers with custom orders, basically if you are in need of direction for your signage needs, we are your people!
Where did you go to college? Minnesota State University Moorhead (2 degrees: Athletic Training and Exercise Science and a minor in Community Health) 4 year student athlete (swimming).
Where did you start your career? Office Sign Company is my first experience in the sign business!
How long have you been with OSC? Started in June of 2016.
Favorite thing about your job at OSC? The culture! OSC keeps us well informed with community events and keeping us in the loop of all things happening in Fargo!
Favorite OSC tradition, event or work perk? Being able to attend Chamber events, breakfast on Fridays, and working with a group of awesome people.
Favorite thing about Fargo / Moorhead? The Community! Seriously, you cannot find a better group of hard-working, friendly and go-getters of individuals : )
When I’m not at OSC you can find me…. At my CrossFit box and hanging with friends. I love anything outdoors and water related!
Favorite place to travel to? LAKE TAHOE! For real, it is a hidden gem right here in the U.S. If you haven’t been, you should go.
Favorite restaurant in town? How do you pick just one? I do love local spots: Boiler Room, JL Beers, Lucky’s…the list could go on!
Favorite sports team? Again, how do you pick just one? Well you have to show support to our local teams Minnesota Twins and Wild. Also, I follow a lot of CrossFit Games athletes.
What advice would you give to younger people trying to get into your profession? There is a lot of information out there. Take your time, pay attention to detail and be patient. Also, always let your coworkers know that they are great, because they are awesome!