Veterans Corner

Are you a veteran that is looking for assistance in finding a career?  Do you need help navigating the benefits that are available for you?

We can help!  Ben Marich, our Veteran’s Corporate Outreach/Hiring Liaison, is dedicated to helping veterans just like you.

From Ben himself:  “I am a 100% disabled, or as I prefer to say “ENABLED”, Marine Vietnam veteran. My mission is to assist veterans and their spouses find employment with companies who understand the value that veterans / disabled veterans bring to a workplace.”

Please join us on our LinkedIn Group:  “Veterans Hiring Solutions for Veterans and Companies” at http://linkd.in/Sg346w.

You can also view and apply for our open jobs or go to our Veterans Resource Center.

Ben can be reached via Ben.Marich@adeccona.com  or 941-343-VETS (8387)!

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” Let Ben and TADPGS help you make every day “Veteran’s Day.”

4 thoughts on “Veterans Corner

  1. I am interested in staying connected with job postings and employment opportunities though you site and look forward to hearing more.

    Sincerely,

    Major Scott A. Huesing
    15th Marine Expeditionary Unit
    Operations
    Camp Pendleton CA 92055

  2. Go to http://www.TADPGS.com enter your resume and review the available jobs. If there any that you feel you are qualified for, apply immediately on the website. Next, go to http://www.adeccousa.com/, set up an account, upload your resume and search the available jobs. Contact your local DVOP (Disabled Veterans Outreach Program) or LEVER (Local Veterans Employment Representative) for guidance in your job search. They assist veterans by promoting community and employer support for employment and training opportunities, including apprenticeship and on-the-job training. Those in your immediate area can be located at http://www.servicelocator.org.

    Keep checking the TAD PGS and Adecco sites often as new jobs are added daily. I have attached a few other resources that may be of help. Hireveterans.com and Vetjobs.com are tremendous resources and included on the list. Feel free to contact me at anytime.

  3. I worked with TAD PGS last summer and one of the recruiting staff gave me this link. I am still exploring it, but it looks worth the time.

    To anyone who worked xctc at camp grayling this past summer, I look forward to seeing you again in a few months! 🙂

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