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Volt Technical Resources

About Volt Technical Resources
Volt is a world leader in the staffing industry, boasting over 50 years of experience. We work with many of the Fortune 500 and 1000 companies to provide workforce design solutions. We offer our contractors competitive pay and benefits, as well as education programs and re-deployment assistance. Volt has a talented and upbeat staffing team focused on the quality of your career. We also offer many direct hire full-time positions.

Volt Technical Resources registered with NukeWorker on 10/17/2008. They have posted a total of 1 jobs on our system, and curently have 0 jobs avaliable.


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