Management Team

Our leadership team consists of seasoned professionals with extensive experience both in the staffing industry and in information technology. Our hands-on experience contributes to our domain expertise for the benefit of both clients and consultants.

Joseph Contino, President
Dennis Caparelli, Vice-President

Joseph Contino
President

As founder and President of Contech Systems, Joseph Contino leverages more than 25 years in the IT industry to deliver perfect-fit resources for clients. Joe uses his extensive technology and business background in overseeing sales, recruiting and operations for the company.

Previously, Joe specialized in high-level application analysis, design and software development. His career expanded into project management and, ultimately, business leadership. Joe’s extensive experience has enabled the company to evolve to a full-service firm providing contract staffing and direct placement as well as value-added training services.

Joe’s first-hand experience with many complex IT applications and technologies provides a clear understanding of clients’ IT recruitment challenges and helps ensure that the services Contech Systems provides are of the highest quality. Joe has an advanced certification in software development from the Programming Systems Institute in New York and is an active member in the National Association of Computer Consultant Businesses (NACCB).

Dennis Caparelli
Vice-President

Dennis manages many aspects of Contech Systems’ day-to-day operations and maintains a hands-on approach in recruiting, quality, and client services. He joined Contech Systems in 2003, applying his extensive technology and financial background to benefit clients and consultants.

Previously, Dennis served in an executive position with Prudential Financial, managing many major applications including: prudential.com; Accounts Payable; Accounts Receivable; Treasury Systems; Corporate Funds Transfer Systems; and HR Systems.

Dennis started his career with Metropolitan Life in New York in 1969, ultimately advancing to lead Met’s Field Automation program from 1986 to 1996. In that role, Dennis was responsible for the Hardware, Networking, and Software Development in 1,200 Branch offices.