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Jonathan Powell
Portland Operations Manager

Jonathan Powell - Operations Manager Portland

Jonathan comes to All Service Moving from a well-honed career in logistics and crew management for hotel remodels and commercial decor installation all over the United States.

We snapped him up when he returned to the Pacific Northwest in order to start a family, which still proves to be one of the smartest decisions we’ve ever made.

Jonathan’s leadership skills, superior ability to build trust and collaboration within our crews, and customer-centric outlook make him an indispensable asset within our management team.

“Always mitigate stress with grace, kindness, and listening“

Q & A with Jonathan Powell

What do you consider your job description?
Operations of a moving company is a broad umbrella title. On any given day, I handle scheduling, truck upkeep, as well as crew hiring and training. Aside from internal-facing duties, I’m also the go-to guy when our clients are seeking additional support. No two days are ever the same.

What skills do you bring to the playing field?
I truly believe that respect for others is the basis of productivity. When coupled with work ethic, there’s nothing we can’t achieve. I integrate this outlook through all my dealings – whether with clients, vendors, or team members. Kind communication goes a long way.

What do you most enjoy about your job?
Training my teams to become something more than what they were when they started with us. The most rewarding part of leadership is helping my employees expand their skills – and seeing an individual’s growth is always a huge reward.

What are your secret superpowers or skills?
I’m an avid amateur historian – like I to read about ancient civilizations for fun. Understanding how much of the world came before us can put life’s little milestones into perspective.

When not at All Service Moving we’ll find you:
Spending time with my family and raising my daughter – who is the light of my life. 

The one thing you can’t live without?
Reading. I read every night – even if it’s after a ten-hour day. And, you guessed it – it’s history. It’s my way of winding down. 

Personal motto?
Work hard, be kind, and always maintain integrity and loyalty.