NSTAR Global Services Joins Forces with HireVeterans.com


Industry Leader Seeking Veterans for High-Tech Civilian Work

Clayton, NC – To uphold their values of quality and integrity, NSTAR Global Services, Inc. is seeking to hire outstanding U.S. Military Veterans that are looking to start work in the semiconductor and related high-tech industries. To reach out to experienced veterans, they have joined up with HireVeterans.com, the top-rated job board for Veterans seeking jobs.

Apply to Nstar Global Services Jobs for Veterans Now!NSTAR is a direct employer that provides equipment services to the semiconductor and related high-tech industries. They are now seeking Veterans with hands-on electrical and mechanical experience for positions which provide full on-the-job training. They offer competitive salaries, benefits, overtime pay, vacation time, and a weekly paycheck!

A decade of experience and extensive industry connections enable them to offer opportunities that fit with each individual’s skills, desires, and desired career path.

They offer Long-term and Short-term Contracts, Temp-to-Hire positions, and Permanent Placements (Direct Hire) with their clients!

View their current job openings

About NSTAR Global Services, Inc.:

At NSTAR, they deeply believe in treating clients and job seekers with the highest level of customer service and respect. Their core values are the basis for their business, and clearly indicate their superior commitment to their customers, and their community. These values include integrity, making a difference for their customers, creating solutions with a sense of urgency, and constantly raising the bar.

NSTAR, based in Clayton, North Carolina, was founded in 2001 and has a decade of experience providing technical services and staffing solutions to companies around the world in a variety of high-tech industries.

NSTAR has made the Inc. 500/5000 list of fastest growing companies in each of the past four years – highlighted by a ranking of #163 on the US Inc. 500 list in 2007 and #1 in the Raleigh, North Carolina area in 2009.


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