December 18, 2014 — Standard Process Inc. has announced the recent promotions of three employees. Christopher Kelling, Josip Jaksic, and Melissa Temple will be taking on new roles in the company’s information technology (IT) department.
Kelling (pictured left) and Temple are Village of Palmyra, Wisconsin, residents and have been with Standard Process for a combined 20 years. Kelling, who has been with the company for the past seven years, is moving into the IT department as a helpdesk technician. A 2003 computer specialist graduate from Gateway Technical College, in Elkhorn, Wisconsin, Kelling will be the first line of computer support for internal and external customers. He will also be a resource for IT projects, providing feedback and testing assistance for major undertakings and managing helpdesk-related projects.
Over the coming weeks, Temple (pictured left), currently the IT helpdesk supervisor, will be transitioning into the newly created position of IT business analyst. In her new role, Temple will be responsible for analyzing, testing, and launching new initiatives to increase productivity, as well as new systems, protocols, and platforms. As needed, she will also help perform IT project management duties. Temple is a 2001 University of Milwaukee graduate and has worked for Standard Process for the past 13 years in various IT roles.
Jaksic (pictured left), a resident of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, has been in the company’s IT department since joining Standard Process in 2010. He is moving from the department’s helpdesk to the role of network support technician. In his new role, Jaksic will help to maintain the company’s network and server infrastructure, which includes analyzing network data and installing and configuring network systems. Jaksic is a 2003 graduate of Waukesha County Technical College, in Waukesha, Wisconsin.
To learn more about career opportunities at Standard Process, visit the Career Opportunities page at standardprocess.com.
Source: Standard Process Inc.