National Inspection & Consultants Joins HireVeterans.com

nic-jobs-veteransInspection Company Hires U.S. Veterans

Jobs for Veterans Available in the Infastructure Industry

By Gordon Gates

National Inspection & Consultants, Inc. (NIC), a provider of quality inspection, consulting, auditing, training, non-destructive testing, and technical expertise primarily to engineering, power utility, manufacturing, aircraft, military, aerospace, chemical, industrial and construction companies, is reaching out to hire U.S. Veterans.

“Due to the nature of our industry demands, we require high end employees that are discplined” says employment manager Norine Lerczak “U.S. Veterans are an excellent fit because our people in uniform understand chain of command and a strict adherence to the rules. And that is mission critical”.

To add value, National Inspection and Consultants have joined up with HireVeterans.com, a major U.S. Job Board for Veterans. “We are proudly working with National Inspection & Consultants to help place our U.S. veterans in great jobs” says John P. Allen, General Manager of HireVeterans.com.

Since 1977, National Inspection & Consultants has been providing quality assurance consulting services to a variety of clients and industries (utilities, manufacturing, chemical, aerospace, steel, automotive, pharmaceutical, etc.). They can provide assistance when clients have questions about quality systems, including ISO 9000, QS 9000 and the registration process.

Their extensive history in quality consulting, program development and auditing provides nearly a 20 year track record of proven experience and expertise backed by personal contact references.

For it’s clients, ISO 9000, QS 9000 or ISO 14000 registration involves hiring a registrar (a firm certified by the RAB or other accrediting agency) to audit to their quality program for sufficient development and implementation of all aspects of the applicable standard. The costs associated with bringing on a registrar are usually very high. The standards imposed by the Registrar are also very high. Strict compliance and proof of implementation are demanded and thus National Inspection and Consultants and their staff are there to assist.

Furthermore, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission along with other governmental agencies have mandated that “employers must maintain an environment in which employees are free to raise concerns without the fear of retaliation.”

Employee Concerns should be, and most often are, resolved within a company’s normal chain of authority. However, many times conditions exist where an employee feels that voicing concerns will result in retaliation by their supervisor or manager. Even when senior management feels that employees concerns are being handled prudently, they may be mishandled by middle management.

The employee concerns programs developed and implemented by NIC provide an avenue for employees to resolve concerns within the organization in a way that 1) ensures their anonymity and confidentiality to the extent that they desire, 2) brings significant valid concerns to the attention of company management, and 3) provides the employee with a constructive alternative of expressing concerns to outside organizations, or the news media. These programs have prevented scores of lawsuits and litigation cases and have been looked upon by regulatory agencies as a proactive approach to dealing with issues brought forward that otherwise may go unreported or worse yet be reported to outside agencies and result in costly WHISTLEBLOWER lawsuits.

Headquartered in Fort Myers, FL with offices in Ocala, FL and Pittsburgh, PA, National Inspection & Consultants is adding to their workforce now and is need of quality employees to join the team.

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