Ka’Ala Systems Technology Joins HireVeterans.com!

KST is a SDVOSB located in Aiea, HI

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Ka’ala Systems Technology Corporation (KST) is an emerging, growing, high technology company specializing in information and communications systems including both Local and Wide Area general operations support services, Telecommunication support services, fully integrated CCTV-based security solution services and Multimedia & Audio Visual support services.

If you enjoy solving problems, and want one of the country’s fastest growing careers, consider a job with KST in information technology (IT). In this wide-ranging field, positions include everything from telecommunications and computer technical support and maintenance to computer programming, network and software engineering, as well as management positions in information systems and project management

KST is a native Hawaiian/Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business founded in Hawaii in March 2011. Ka’ala Systems Technology Corporation is a certified Minority and Disadvantaged Business Enterprise; GSA IT Schedule 70 and a certified participant within the SBA 8(a) Business Development Program.

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