Westar Energy Opens Doors for US Military Veterans

Kansas Energy Giant Westar Joins HireVeterans.com and Opens Doors to US Veterans

By Randy Miller

Every day, 687,000 residential, commercial and industrial customers take Westar Energy for granted. They wouldn’t have it any other way.
As the largest electric utility in Kansas, their energy centers include wind, coal, nuclear energy, natural gas and landfill gas generation.

And they provide something that can’t be delivered via power lines – employee partnerships that give back to their communities by volunteering with nonprofits and charitable organizations.

Westar Energy careers are challenging and rewarding with competitive compensation and benefits.

US Military Veterans are encouraged to apply to today at Westar Energy. To view all available careers, click here:

Westar Careers – HireVeterans.com

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One Response to "Westar Energy Opens Doors for US Military Veterans"

  1. jojyjoseph  June 17, 2011 at 4:23 am

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