#NSEjobs | Assistant Production Manager


Assistant Production Manager Position Summary |  Reporting to the Production Manager, this individual will assist the Production department with primary responsibilities in overseeing the receipt and movement of released core/new parts to all necessary production, inspection, and test areas and ensure subassemblies or end items are manufactured in an efficient and cost effective manner.

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NSE supports Rare Breed Youth Services


The NSE Activities Committee is hosting a donation drive to benefit homeless, runaway, and at-risk youth in the Springfield area through Rare Breed Youth Services.  .

Employees may bring in donations, such as diapers, personal hygiene products, blankets, and water, from September 18th through the 22nd. 

About Rare Breed | Rare Breed Youth Services provides assistance to homeless, runaway and at-risk youth ages 13-24 through outreach and housing. Necessities, support services and opportunities are provided to youth to help them safely become self-sufficient while ending homelessness, sexual exploitation and abuse. Thousands of area youth have benefited from The Rare Breed since it opened its doors in June 2000.  Learn more through the Rare Breed website.

NSE employees participate in Sporting Clays Classic

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NSE employees participated in the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame's annual Sporting Clays Classic presented by Killian Construction & sponsored by Bass Pro Shops on Friday, September 8 at the Ozarks shooters Complex in Walnut Grove.

NSE is proud to support the mission of the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame through its sponsorship of the Sporting Clays Classic.

About the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame |  The Missouri Sports Hall of Fame celebrates the accomplishments made by athletes of our past, while inspiring future athletes to succeed. All of our inductees have helped mold Missouri sports to what it is today.

The Hall of Fame opened it doors in 1994 thanks to Springfield businessman John Q. Hammons. Inside, we have over 4,000 items of sports memorabilia and exhibits. The two-story, 32,000 square foot building also features a number of interactive exhibits allowing you to experience the excitement for yourself. You can race your friends in the NASCAR simulator, step into the batters box against a Major League Baseball pitcher, throw football passes, and much more. Adjacent to the Hall of Fame is the Legends Walk of Fame. The Legends Walk of Fame features busts and statues of notable Show Me State sports figures honored with the yearly Legends Award.

Every year the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame hosts several special events catering to avid sports fans. Our annual enshrinement event inducts exceptional Missouri athletes into the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame. We offer four Sports Enthusiasts Luncheons annually. We also are a part of several celebrity golf tournaments in Lake of the Ozarks, Kansas City, Springfield and St. Louis including the Stan Musial Hall of Fame Championship. We also host the annual Price Cutter Charity Championship presented by Dr Pepper, a stop on the PGA Web.com Tour, that raises money for children’s charities of the Ozarks.

Read more at MOSportsHallofFame.com

NSE aids FosterAdopt Connect of Southwest Missouri

NSE is proud to sponsor the 4th annual Taste of Jazz, benefiting FosterAdopt Connect of Southwest Missouri, through the SRC Community Relations Committee.  The event features a night of live jazz music by Bella Donna-Izabel Crane, dancing, local craft beer and wine tasting, hors d'oeuvres and a silent and live auction.

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FosterAdopt Connect SWMO (Springfield) is a nonprofit organization that specializes in solving problems for kids and families involved in and affected by the child welfare system.  Our mission is "to provide foster and adopted children a stable, loving and nurturing family environment by support and advocacy for abused and neglected children and the families caring for them."

NSE attending the #GatheringofGames in Dallas


A few of our NewStream Enterprises associates are attending the Annual Gathering of Games, hosted by the Great Game of Business (GGOB), this week in Dallas, TX.

The Annual Gathering of Games is the only conference where the open-book management community comes together from around the world to learn, share, and celebrate the principles and practices of GGOB and open-book management. Hundreds of open-book practitioners attend this conference every year to learn innovative best practices, help introduce new employees to OBM, re-energize current employees with new ideas, & connect with other OBM practitioners.

This year marks the 25th Anniversary of the Gathering of Games conference, and the team at GGOB are excited to celebrate with a tip of the hat to the "Best of the Best" - 17 years of Great Game All-Stars. 


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NSE is proud to support the mission of Convoy of Hope and its efforts to aid those recently affected by Hurricane Harvey through its corporate company, SRC Holdings Corporation.  To show its support, SRC has made a $25,000 donation to the cause on behalf of the SRC companies and joint ventures.

The amount of destruction Harvey has caused has a huge financial impact on the individuals in its wake. We are honored to be able to aid in a time of tragedy to help individuals and communities rebuild.

Want to donate?  You may do so through the Convoy of Hope website.

Want to volunteer? Convoy of Hope has a webpage dedicated to the Hurricane Harvey volunteer system.  Visit its site for details.

About Convoy of Hope | Convoy of Hope was founded in 1994 by the Donaldson family. Their inspiration for starting the organization can be traced back to the many people who helped their family after their father, Harold, was killed by a drunk driver in 1969. Today, more than 80 million people have been served throughout the world by Convoy of Hope. We are proud that we work through churches, businesses, government agencies and other nonprofits to provide help and hope to those who are impoverished, hungry and hurting. Learn more at www.convoyofhope.org

NSE begins Flashlight Award program with associates

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The Ownership Culture Committee (OCC) of NewStream Enterprises (NSE) kicked off a new employee recognition program this month:  The Flashlight Awards.  The program is designed to showcase employees who go above and beyond his or her daily responsibilities.

Any employee at any level within NSE can nominate a peer. The nominations are then collected and reviewed by the OCC.  Winners will receive company-wide recognition, a $5 gift card to a surrounding business and a NewStream flashlight.

NSE Employees | See your supervisor for details.

NSE participates in Springfield's Adopt-A-Street program

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The employees of NewStream Enterprises (NSE) participated in Springfield's Adopt-A-Street program this month by cleaning up a portion of Pythian Street.

The Adopt-A-Street Program recognizes the commitment of volunteers to keep our city's roadways free from litter and debris. Started in 1989, the program has grown to include 208 organizations volunteering to keep more than 118 miles of roadway free of litter and debris.

NSE is dedicated to operating its business to provide sound environmental management with concern for the well-being of our common environment. As part of its ISO 14001 Environmental Management System, the company educates employees on how to participate in and accept responsibility for achieving internal and external environmental goals, including prevention of pollution within processes and on the campus grounds.  The Adopt-A-Street program is an integral part of reaching these goals.

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The SRC approach to running a company was developed to help close one of the biggest gaps in business: the gap between managers and employees. We call our open-book approach The Great Game of Business. What lies at the heart of The Game is a very simple proposition:

The best, most efficient, most profitable way to operate a business is to give everybody in the company a voice in saying how the company is run and a stake in the financial outcome, good or bad.

In some ways, we see “business” as incidental to what we do. Our real business is education. We teach people about business and give employees the knowledge and tools to help them understand:

  • What winning means in business
  • How to track, measure and improve performance and
  • How to share in a self-funding stake in the outcome…to win or lose as a team.

Our ultimate goal is to create a “business of business people” who think, act and feel like owners. Open-book management is one of the key components of our approach, though it is only a portion of our overall process


Advancement Opportunities

NewStream Enterprises prides itself on developing talent from the bottom up, and we always strive to hire from within. In fact, many of the leaders of the company started on the shop floor. Through succession planning, individuals are identified as having potential to fill key business leadership roles in the future and are given additional training, mentorship, experience, and other developmental tools to ready them for future positions.

Tuition Refund Program

NewStream Enterprises is committed to the continued growth and development of its employee-owners. A key element in the programs designed to meet this commitment is the Tuition Refund Program. Through this program, full-time employees may be given the opportunity to acquire skills and knowledge which are considered important for their career without being required to incur the financial burden of going to school.

Business Literacy and Ownership

At NewStream Enterprises, employee-owners are trained to treat business as a game. Business has all the elements of a game: rules, a scorecard, and a reward for winning.  This includes education on how to read and interpret the company’s Income Statement, Cash Flow Statement, and Balance Sheet. More importantly, the employee-owners are taught how they can impact these financials to create wealth for the company, and in turn, themselves.

Internship Programs

Bringing new people with fresh ideas into our inspiring, entrepreneurial culture is critical to our future as an industry leader. NewStream Enterprises utilizes internship programs to provide students with hands-on, career specific experience. At the end of the programs, students may be offered full-time positions at NewStream Enterprises or another subsidiary of SRC Holdings.

New Team Member | Veda Moore

NewStream Enterprises (NSE) would like to welcome Veda Moore to the team. Moore recently assumed the role of administrative assistant, a title previously held by Becky Hayes

Moore is currently enrolled at Missouri State University where she is working towards a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology and Criminology with a certificate in Forensic Child Psychology.

In her free time, Moore enjoys spending time with her two dogs, reading and learning to play the guitar.

Please join us in welcoming Veda to NewStream!

Jack Stack targets $100M balance sheet before retirement

Jack Stack is nearing retirement, but first he wants to make sure his company’s financial house is in order.

While the 68-year-old CEO of SRC Holdings Corp. doesn’t have a concrete date in mind, he has a quantifiable financial figure for the company that produces some $550 million in annual revenues with 1,700 employees. 

“Our goal is to have $100 million in the balance sheet by ’19,” Stack said this morning, speaking as the monthly guest for Springfield Business Journal’s 12 People You Need to Know live interview series. “You measure the success of the company by the success of the balance sheet.” 

Declining to disclose the company’s progress toward that level of retained revenue, Stack said his succession plan in the works for 10 years, called “Ready, Aim, Fire,” is key. 

The goal, in part, is to build up the manufacturing suite of companies’ current workforce so they’re ready to transition into senior positions. 

“We’re trying to promote the idea that anybody can grab the brass ring,” he said. “Our talent pool is really, really getting stronger.’”

SRC also works with schools to promote manufacturing jobs, including partnering with the Springfield Area Chamber of Commerce’s Greater Ozarks Centers for Advanced Professional Studies.

Stack said the company converted one of its factories into a school room and has sent more than 60 students through the program. 

“We want to build a 100-year-old company,” he said“We’re not building a company to flip.” 

Stack’s balance sheet goal times with his forecast of the next recession. Based on his and other SRC officials’ calculations, the company is preparing for an economic downturn in 2019. 

SRC also is continually diversifying its product line among its 13 core business units. For example, the company is able to do well during recessions by selling car parts — when people don’t buy new cars — and buying up property when it’s less expensive. 

“You want to position yourself in such a way that you’re ready for a downturn,” Stack said.

Source:  SBJ.net

Hayes promoted to Trade Compliance Specialist

NewStream Enterprises (NSE) is excited to announce the promotion of Becky Hayes to Trade Compliance Specialist. 

Hayes, who began with NSE a year ago, previously held the position of administrative assistant & NAFTA specialist, a job that combined front desk duties, HR and Safety administrative tasks, and NAFTA responsibilities.

Her new role will focus on trade compliance where she will be the internal liaison for NSE's customs broker.  Responsibilities will include providing current and past NAFTA certificates, bills of materials, Manufacturers' Affidavits, and responding to bearing sheet requests.

In addition to her trade compliance responsibilities, Hayes will also cross-train with the materials department to learn a variety tasks, such as expediting and purchasing.


SRC executes purchase option with Davis Properties

SRC Holdings Corp. bought a 410,000-square-foot building it’s leased from Warren Davis Properties since 2007. 

Patrick Harrington, co-owner of Davis Properties, said SRC exercised a purchase option after 10 years to buy the 2065 E. Pythian St. home of SRC Logistics Inc. He declined to disclose the purchase amount for the deal that closed in late July. 

Harrington said Davis Properties owned the property since 2004, and SRC signed its lease in 2007. The 17.6-acre property east of Chestnut Expressway and Glenstone Avenue has a 2017 taxable appraised value of $844,500, according to Greene County assessor records. 

Last year, SRC invested $700,000 in the Pythian Street plant and created 50 jobs after subsidiary Global Recovery Corp. relocated to the former Regal Beloit plant. SRC bought the Regal Beloit building for $11 million in late 2015, according to Springfield Business Journal archives.

SRC Logistics is a third-party provider of freight and core management, warehousing, finished goods distribution, supply management and information technology, according to its website.

Source:  SBJ.net

New Team Member | Eric Myers | NSE Joliet

NewStream Enterprises (NSE) is proud to announce the addition of Eric Myers as the new Director of Plant Operations at its Joliet, Illinois facility.  Myers officially started in his new role Monday, August 7, where he is currently training with his predecessor, Ryan Malarkey, through the end of August.

Myers brings several years of logistics and distribution experience to NSE's single parts packaging operation in Joliet, including a stent with Navistar International supporting its parts distribution centers (PDCs).  His credentials show a background of manufacturing, third party logistics (3PL), and logistics organizations, including managing locations in United States, Canada and Mexico. Myers' most recent position included ownership and operational responsibilities with his family business.  

"I look forward to reconnecting with some familiar faces at Navistar, and making new relationships," Myers said about new role. "My goal at NewStream-Joliet is all about quality and value. I love logistics and the challenges that come with developing a highly capable team providing a suite of services that are executed precisely and predictably for our customers."

In his spare time, Myers enjoys working on cars and camping. He and his wife, Raquel, of 25 years have two children together.

NSE is excited to have Myers on board to help cultivate growth.  Welcome to the team!

NSE, SRC supports PCCC for 17th year

The SRC companies and joint ventures are proud to be a part of the fundraising goal of the Price Cutter Charity Championship (PCCC) presented by Dr Pepper through its sponsorship of the Monday Pro Am.  This year marks the 17th year for the SRC Pro Am, which is held at Highland Springs Country Club in Springfield, Missouri.

The PCCC, a PGA Tour golf tournament on the Web.com Tour, is not only a chance to see the PGA’s future greats play, but it is also an avenue to give local kids great futures. This year the PCCC is celebrating its 28th event, and its fundraising goal is enormous as usual - $600,000. The main event, running August 10-13, is played at Highland Springs Country Club, and is the parent to a myriad of related events hosted throughout the Ozarks. Since the tournament began in 1990, it has raised almost $14 million for children’s charities throughout the Ozarks.

For more information on how to sponsor a portion of the event, or purchase tickets, please visit www.pricecuttercc.org.

12 People You Need to Know | Jack Stack

Check out the Springfield Business Journal's latest in its 12 People You Need to Know series - it is our President and CEO, Jack Stack!  Tagged as the "quintessential businessman", Stack is currently the leader of an umbrella company (SRC Holdings Corp.) that produces sales of $550 million annually and employs 1,500.

Want to attend the event on August 15th? Contact the Springfield Business Journal today.


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