Chuck Snyder, Director Business Development/Account Management

Chuck Snyder
Chuck SnyderDirector of Business Development
Role: Director Business Development/Account Management
Call Chuck at: 1-402-391-9200 EXT. 1013

Areas of Expertise:

  • Outbound sales and business relationship efforts of QAT.
  • Liaison between QAT Global onsite technical staff, QAT Global management, and client.
  • Lead generation and follow-up for RFP responses and client vendor lists.
  • Manage channel relationships between QAT Global and prime alliances with whom QAT Global partners with.

My role at QAT Global is to help clients and partners build strong business relationships with the company. I have played an important role in the accrual of all state government business and stay highly in tune with the day-to-day recruiting needs of clients. As the first line of contact for new clients, I am here to navigate you through the process of determining if we are a good fit for you and your IT needs and engaging with us. From helping you understand the culture of QAT Global to connecting you with the right mix of our staff to discuss your needs, I’m here to be your guide. Once you engage with us, I continue to be a resource to you, keeping all lines of communication open with any questions you may have, or getting new projects under way.

Having a deep and broad knowledge of QAT Global’s capabilities and the business overall allows me to understand the needs and expectations of each of our clients. Based on my efficiencies in understanding what you as a customer need, I am able to connect you with the resources and answers you are seeking.

The best thing about my job is the reward that comes when everything does come together. The right people with the right jobs, so to speak. At QAT Global, staffing isn’t just about placing resources. It’s about understanding the little things that when added up make for a successful engagement. We have contractors who have been in place with the same clients for what has worked out to be a “perfect fit” for several years. So when a placement or project comes together, the satisfaction of knowing I played a role in making that happen makes what we do worthwhile.

I’ve been with QAT Global since 1995. I really love being part of this team and enjoy working with our customers. I’ve stayed all these years because I’m a firm believer that we are all in it together trying to provide a sincere value to our customers – today that’s pretty unique.

Q&A with Chuck Snyder

What are some of your personal interests?

Keeping track of my girls and their various activities plus Volleyball, Knights of Columbus, and volunteering with the Red Cross.

What’s something about you that not many people know?

My “thing” is bike riding. I try to avoid getting hit by either a deer crossing the road or a moving pickup truck because they have both happened! So I stick to trails, I really enjoy the Chalco trail and the Keystone trail.

What are you passionate about personally? What do you really enjoy? What can’t you stop talking about?

Certainly my family, and all of my girl’s activities and their different interests. Volleyball is huge in our family.

What would be impossible for you to give up?

Coffee, I could never give up coffee. I could never give up my love of the Huskers, bike riding, and all things Skutt Volleyball.

Where can we find you when you’re not working? What’s your favorite way to spend a weekend or a Sunday afternoon?

When not at work you will definitely find me in a gym watching a volleyball game. On a Sunday afternoon, you could certainly find me somewhere out on a lake in a boat.

Volunteerism

Outside QAT Global, Chuck has been volunteering with the Red Cross for ten years. “I coordinate blood drives and everything involved with them, from setting up the drive itself to the sign up of the participants and managing the day of the event,” said Chuck. Chuck became involved with the Red Cross because it is an organization he feels is very important with the work that they do. “Addressing the necessary need of having blood donors was something I wanted to be a part of,” Chuck said.

The Red Cross benefits the community in a way that saves lives. “Because the need is always there and from the perspective of blood itself, it is not something you can just go out and manufacture, it requires people to step up, volunteer, and be encouraged to do it,” he said.

Chuck is also involved with the Care Ministry at his church. “I am a caregiver for individuals who are going through a crisis of some sort in their life, usually something pretty major such as terminal illness or a personal crisis such as divorce,” he said. The whole point of him being a caregiver for specific individuals is to be there for them in their time of need. “I meet with them individually once a week, for as long or brief a time as that person needs. I try to help them get through whatever difficulty or challenge they are going through.” The ministry benefits the community because there are a lot of people who face life challenges somewhat on their own. Having a person they can count on that’s outside their traditional circle of family or friends can be really helpful for that person in their time of need.

Chuck is committed to his volunteerism in the Omaha community – a community he feels is home. From his perspective, Omaha is a community that is very personal, very friendly, and the people are overall willing to help their neighbors. “It is a community where I feel everything we need, you can find in Omaha”.