SelecSource Staffing Services Announces New Technical Workforce Division

SelecSource Staffing Services Announces New Technical Workforce Division

ATLANTA, GA - SelecSource Staffing Services, a leading talent-inspired employment agency based in Georgia, is excited to announce the launch of a brand new division for their business. The Technical Workforce Division will focus on the engineering and information technology specialties; offering employees exceptional job opportunities in this specialized field and providing employers with top talent so they can be more profitable.

With the addition of the Technical Workforce Division, SelecSource is now able to help companies hire across several key areas of their business: Engineering, IT Infrastructure, Software Development and Data & Analytics. Regardless of industry, SelecSource is positioned to help companies hire skill-sets like Electrical, Industrial, Mechanical & Civil Engineers, Skilled Technicians, Software Developers, Network Engineers and Data Analysts all on contract, contract to hire and direct hire basis.

Leading the new division, and new to the SelecSource team, is Ryan McConnell. McConnell comes to SelecSource with over six years of experience in the Engineering and IT staffing world. His expertise is in business development and helping companies reduce the time and stress involved in hiring Technical talent, in this tight market. His goal for this new division is to provide workforce management solutions for this specialized field, taking the guesswork out of both hiring and finding a job.

“As technology continues to improve and evolve, the need for technical professionals continues to grow,” says SelecSource Chief Executive Officer, David Webb. “We are proud to uphold our reputation as unrivaled problem solvers committed to helping companies manage workforce variations. In an effort to continue problem-solving we have expanded our reach into the Technical Workforce Division and look forward to providing quality staffing solutions and career opportunities for businesses around the state.”

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