Virginia Value Veterans (V3) Certified
PMP Certified Program Managers
PrimCorp Hires Veterans
Each year the U.S. military separates thousands of service members. This is a great opportunity for employers to tap into the limitless potential of these qualified individuals. PrimCorp is dedicated and actively recruiting our Nation’s Veterans, wounded warriors and transitioning service members. Despite some of the myths that military experience is not easily translated into civilian jobs, we do the due diligence to translate the resumes so our Veterans are not ruled out. We recognize the talent and skill sets our Veteran’s bring to any work force. For example, they have soft skills such as team work, discipline, work ethic, respect, a desire to learn, and an ability to handle any environment. They also have tactical skills of logistics, communications and global technology.
Integrity and diversity are necessary elements in relationships with employees, strategic partners, government and clients—it is also one of the most transferrable characteristics that veterans bring to the private sector. Veterans have worked respectfully and cooperatively alongside others regardless of their race, ethnicity, gender, religion, or mental and physical capabilities.
Our Company President/CEO is a Disabled Veteran of the United States Air Force, and recognizes the experience and dedication that Veterans contribute to our business and our clients. We offer opportunities and challenging assignments to people who share our commitment to quality and service. PrimCorp pledges to support the Veteran network and hire Veterans whenever possible. We are committed to our Veterans and will provide mentor(s) and resources to allow them to continue serving their Nation in unique and stimulating ways.
PrimCorp is a Virginia Value Veterans (V3) certified company. “The Virginia Values Veterans Program is a program for employers to help them implement nationally recognized best practices in recruiting, hiring, and retaining highly-skilled and dependable Veterans.” (www.dvsv3.com).