WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Jack Miller Contractors (JMC) has hired several new members: Billy Rogers as project manager, Alyssa Teeple as office manager and bookkeeper, and Scott Snyder as carpenter.
Also hired over this past year is Jacob Charbonneau, apprentice carpenter.
Jack Miller Contractors currently employs 20 professionals in the community.
As project manager, Billy Rogers offers 20-plus years of construction and contracting experience on large-scale projects delivering value to customers with high-quality services. Versed in supervising all phases of construction, schedule management and workflow planning, Rogers worked with BBL Construction Services based in Albany, N.Y., for eight years before joining the JMC team. He is a graduate of Hudson Valley Community College with an Associate's Degree in applied science in construction technology.
Alyssa Teeple has worked in office management, bookkeeping, customer support and accounts receivable since 2013. As bookkeeper and office manager at JMC she works directly with the administrative team to manage all aspects of the business including managing accounting, payroll, accounts payable, reconciliation and reports. Teeple grew up in Williamstown and recently returned to the area after a ten-year hiatus.
Scott Snyder is a carpenter with more than 20 years' experience in residential construction and remodeling with knowledge of the construction process and finish carpentry. Snyder comes to JMC most recently from Carlano Construction in Boston where he worked for 12 years. He holds a Bachelor's Degree in business management from St. Michael's College.
Jacob Charbonneau is an apprentice carpenter at JMC who graduated from McCann Technical School with a focus on carpentry. He has experience in framing, roofing, drywall, siding and deck installation and he is OSHA Certified. Charbonneau lives in Williamstown.
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