Raymond Rokicki Jr., MBA, SHRM-SCP


Raymond Rokicki Jr., MBA/HRM,CDP, SHRM-SCP

Director of Human Resources

Springpoint Senior Living- Denville, NJ


Ray is currently the Director of Human Resources for Springpoint Senior Living. Prior to joining Springpoint, Ray served as the Senior Human Resources Generalist at Five Guys Enterprises. He has held a variety of Human Resources and management roles in different industries throughout his career including Apple, Flextronics, and SprintNextel. He also has experience in the startup world having been recruited to work on the creation of Enhanced Wireless. After a series of pivotal experiences as a manager and district manager in employee development, engagement, and retention, he decided to focus his career in Human Resources. Since 2014, Ray has been teaching a series of SHRM prep and continuing education courses at PACE University and recently joined the adjunct faculty at William Paterson University. He has also worked as a content reviewer in HR for Western Governor's University, and served as a HR consultant for several corporations.      


Ray is currently working on his Doctorate of Business Administration with an anticipated completion date of December 2019. Ray has an MBA with concentration in Human Resources Management, is SHRM-SCP certified, holds his SHRM Talent Acquisition Specialty Credential, and a BA in History with a minor in African, African American, Caribbean Studies. He is a certified practitioner of "MBTI®️Step I™️and Step II™️" and is a member of Board of Directors of the Picatinny Federal Credit Union and Rock Ridge Community Club. 





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