Employees of the Month

Employees of Choice - February 2019

Scott Staebler, Vince Stiles, and Chayna Young-Wallace.

OCP’s Employees of Choice are individuals who exemplify the qualities and characteristics that have made our 50 years of success possible. Employees of Choice are employees in the field and office who lead by action to advance safety, productivity, and innovation on projects. Additionally, these employees are consistent, dependable, and contribute for the betterment of the team. Thanks to the hard work of these individuals, OCP has proudly become the interior Contractor of Choice.

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Scott Staebler

  • Position: Journeyman Carpenter
  • Industry Tenure: 17 Years
  • Length of Employment with OCP: 6 Years

"Scott is hardworking and has a good eye for the details. His willingness to help and show the proper ways of doing the task at hand to the future carpenters for OCP is immeasurable. Scott consistently comes to work with an upbeat attitude that influences others on the job site." - Bill Giet, Cleveland Superintendent

  • What is your favorite aspect of your job?
  • I love Cleveland, so I love building Cleveland.
  • Who inspires you?
  • I worked a job with a guy named Dan Bradford. He was very inspiring and just shined a light on the whole job. His enthusiasm was contagious.
  • What advice would you give to a new employee?
  • Show up on time.
  • What hobbies do you have outside of work?
  • I don’t like to synchronize swim, but I do enjoy diving.
  • What encouraged you to work with OCP originally?
  • Originally, I was just looking for a job. And then I got to OCP and I realized that a lot of the people with OCP have been here for a long time, and I think that says a lot.
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Vince Stiles

  • Position: Finisher Foreman
  • Industry Tenure: 20 Years
  • Length of Employment with OCP: 9 Years

"Vince is a very dedicated, hardworking individual who upholds the standards of quality, productivity, and safety set by OCP. He is also very open-minded and doesn’t hesitate in trying new and innovative things. Thank you, Vince." - Jay Waltz, Columbus General Superintendent

  • What brought you to the construction industry and what made you stay?
  • My father was in the construction industry. I want to make a career out of it and enjoy it.
  • What advice would you give a new employee?
  • Come to work every day to work hard and to be dedicated to whatever task and company you work for.
  • What advice would you give to a new employee?
  • Show up on time.
  • What do you value most about OCP?
  • The dedication that they have to their employees.
  • Where is your favorite place in the world?
  • Alaska. I want to move there but haven’t convinced my wife yet. Haha.
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Chayna Young-Wallace

  • Position: Carpenter Apprentice
  • Industry Tenure: 9 Years
  • Length of Employment with OCP: 2 Years

"Chayna is the type of employee that you want on your job site and she exemplifies what is a good employee. She is always on time and ready to take on whatever task is given to her. Chayna has a positive attitude, is always willing to learn new things and is not afraid to jump in and help a co-worker. If you want a hardworking employee on your site, she is the ideal candidate. Thank you, Chayna!" - Zach Krout, Carpenter Foreman

  • What would you tell someone interested in joining the construction industry?
  • Every person you work with and come by will teach you differently. Gather what you learn from each person, and make a toolbox that will lead you to success. If you have a chance to get out to the training facility, do it. It’s a great place and the union really provides a lot of training to help make you a better carpenter.
  • You’ve been nominated for the Employee of Choice, anything you’d like to say in reference to that?
  • I am humbled. I didn’t see it coming. I like it because when a company appreciates its employees it pushes us to work harder for that company. The appreciation and knowing our work is noticed is nice.
  • Tell us an interesting or fun fact about yourself.
  • I have a masters in professional counseling and an undergrad in pre-law. I choose the union because it’s what makes me the happiest and I enjoy the work most.
  • What do you value most about OCP?
  • Patience and willingness with apprentices to teach us and help us grow.