Vice President, Operations & Service Delivery
Kevin Burke is the Vice President, Operations & Service Delivery for Revolution Technologies. Mr. Burke oversees recruiting and account management at the national recruiting and fulfillment center located at our Space Coast headquarters with the primary initiative of maintaining best-in-class client service delivery, consultant and client satisfaction, and process efficiency. Mr. Burke leverages his nearly 20 years of experience in consulting and staffing services to ensure the highest levels of performance for MSP, VMS, Staff Augmentation, Staffing and Project based services with the ultimate goal of being the #1 choice for our clients, consultants and candidates.
Mr. Burke started with Revolution Technologies in 2002. He has functioned in many roles since including Recruiter, Account Manager, Regional Sales Manager and Executive Director to his current role as Vice President, Operations & Service Delivery.
Mr. Burke has previously held key roles with both large firms—Branch Manager and Division Director with Robert Half International, and SMB firms—Director of Business Development & Account Management with EMS Consulting, another Oracle Certified Partner. He was instrumental in the initial development of the ERP service initiative with I-Tech Solutions (later acquired by Strategic Staffing Solutions).
Mr. Burke’s is familiar with all facets of the consulting and staffing business, especially the world class standards required by Revolution Technologies, resulting in unprecedented service delivery along with the highest levels of client and consultant satisfaction.
Mr. Burke is an admitted technophile. Having built his first computer in high school and acquiring his first certification as a CNA, he has continued to embrace technology and all the ways it can improve our professional and personal lives. But his greatest passion is helping people find great jobs and helping clients find great people. Mr. Burke attended University of Florida for Business Administration and was a member of the Arnold Air Society.