1st Quarter 2015                                                                                                      Sirius Technical Services
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~Sirius will be closed the following holidays:

 Friday, April 3, Good Friday
Monday, May 25, Memorial Day

  The next OPEN ENROLLMENT period for company benefits (except 401k) will be July, 2015 for an effective date of August 1st. 

Sirius Employee, Whitney Bryant,
& Justin Hansberry who welcomed 
their daughter,
Zayli Elise Bryant,
on January 10th at 12:23 a.m.
Weight 7lb 6oz
21.5 inches long   
Zayli Elise Bryant





And Sirius employee, 
Ashley O'Byant and husband Robbie welcomed their daughter
Alaina Claire O'Bryant 
on Dec. 22, 2014
 6 lbs 7 ounces and 18 inches long 

Alaina Claire O'Bryant







Sirius Employee, David Anderson, recently wed his bride, Kim Anderson at The Gastonian Inn  

on March 4, 2015, located in Savannah, GA. 

Congratulations Mr. & Mrs. Anderson!




Welcome Lisa Parker!

Sirius would like to welcome to our staff Lisa Parker as an addition to our SALES and SERVICE team.  Lisa comes to Sirius with 18 years in the staffing industry and will be working primarily in the MS. and LA. markets.  She started her career in Washington DC in 1997 as a direct hire recruiter in the medical field and after relocating to the gulf coast several years later, she went to work in New Orleans as a Staffing Manager with Allied Health.  Here she gained experience in temporary staffing followed with recruitment in IT and banking.   In 2008, she branched into the arenas of industrial, light Industrial and construction staffing and business development.  Her last three years she has worked as a Branch Manager, working hands on with recruiting and business development on the coast in MS. with maritime, administrative, industrial, light industrial, construction and environmental industries.   Welcome Lisa!  We are glad to have you!



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What to Do When the Market 
Takes a Downturn



 With so much change in the oil & gas industry in the last six months, it is sometimes difficult to avoid the "doom & gloom" attitude of market analysts, especially if your job or employer is in jeopardy of cutbacks.  But as a whole, the peaks and valleys of engineering, capital projects, staffing and layoffs always seem to level out with their limbs in tact.  If you find yourself in a job pinch, keep abreast of industry trends and use down time to brush up the resume, take a software class or create or polish up your professional LinkedIn Profile. Are you just a few classes away from that engineering degree?  Go back to school and finish.  Update your references because you are going to need them as you compete with the influx of job seekers in the market, and send your resume to your favorite staffing firm to help you assist your job search: Sirius Technical.  Also update any online search engine profiles: (Careerbuilder , Monster, Roadtechs.   


By being pro-active, you will stay on top of your game and weather out the storm.  Be the employee who is pleasant to work with and helpful to others, so that your value is higher than the bump on the computer next to you.  Attitude can help keep you employed!  


Below are some good articles to read to help keep you informed on market news:


Evonik Corp.- Mobile, AL- Expansion in the news (2014)


Great articles on Oil, Gas & DrillingRigzone 


BAE wins Armored Multi-Purpose Vehicle contract -  


Employee of the Quarter!

Congratulations to Sirius Employee of the Quarter, Brad Garlotte!  Brad has been in the shipbuilding industry as a Designer for approximately six years and has been a Sirius employee for more than two years!

With experience in both the government and private sectors, Brad has already built his work reputation in Alabama, Louisiana and Wisconsin.  When not plugging away on 3D models, Brad enjoys the outdoors; fishing and kayaking.  Brad's great work ethic and loyalty to Sirius make him an easy nominee for our Sirius Employee of the Quarter!  Thanks, Brad, for all you do!


Rest In Peace Our  
Friend & Co-Worker

Susan "Leanne" Marasca 

 1962 ~ 2015


Sirius is saddened to announce the recent unexpected passing of our long time employee and friend, Leanne Marasca, who passed away on Tuesday, March 10th, 2015, in Lucedale, MS. 

Leanne went to high school at Ocean Springs High School and graduated in 1980. She attended college at Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College and was employed for over 30 years in Marine Design and Engineering.  Leanne worked for Sirius since 2007.  She
loved the outdoors and her animals.  Her smile and positive attitude will be greatly missed!


 ~Rest In Peace Leanne~

Chili CookOff Huge Success! 

 Sirius along with Orion Engineering competed in another successful Chili Cook Off event at the Mobile County fairgrounds in Mobile, AL. earlier this month.


The American Cancer Society raised over $80,000 for this well supported event and we extend our congrats to the following winners!


Best Decorated Tent: Aker Solutions, Inc


All Meat Chili:     1st - Volkert, Inc. 

3rd - BAE Systems

2nd - Order of Inca


Meat & Beans Chili:  2nd - Arkema Chemicals

1st - LifeFlight


Vegetarian Chili/Poultry/other:  

1st - Thompson Engineering, Inc.


Best Overall Chili : Thompson Engineering, Inc.