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Offline Dave Warren

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« on: May 07, 2007, 07:39 »
I just got a job offer from a headhunter in California. The company is Pacific Crossing.
They are looking for people to do performance assessments in the Nuclear Oversight group at Limerick.
The pay is $45 and $70 and it is for about 2 months.
Has anybody ever heard of this company?

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Re: Ever heard of Pacific Crossing?
« Reply #1 on: May 07, 2007, 10:47 »
Pacific Crossing LLC
Business Classification: Small,Small Disadvantaged,Women-Owned,HUB Zone Representation
Pacific Crossing LLC is an Information Technology, Engineering and Project Management solutions provider with corporate headquarters located at 4199 Campus Drive, Suite 260, Irvine, CA 92612. Incorporated in 1994, we provide cutting edge solutions within the federal and commercial markets with demonstrated abilities to execute complex systems engineering and software applications development and support projects. Our headquarters’ staff consists of eight (8) support, account management, recruitment personnel and executive management all responsible for insuring absolute customer satisfaction and contract compliance. Pacific Crossing is certified by the United States Administration as a 8(a), SDB and HUBZone company as well as certified by the Southern California Minority Business Development Council as a Women Owned, Minority Business Enterprise. With more than 100 contract employees and an average tenure of over 3 years we understand the unique challenges and nuances of project management and execute at the highest level commensurate with our seniority in this field. And with thousands of contract employees on assignment any given day, and a robust database in excess of 200,000 resources that are regularly updated and renewed, Pacific Crossing is fully prepared to support large scale requirements.

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