Commonwealth Sciences offers a unique level of technical expertise as part of our recruiting service. Our recruiters are dedicated specialists within our Science, Engineering and Green Technology groups.

Along with years of professional recruiting experience, their hands-on technical backgrounds greatly improve our ability to meet your contract or direct hire staffing needs.

We do not rely on job postings and key word searches to find the best possible candidates. Commonwealth Sciences utilizes an extensive database, the most advanced recruiting tools in the business, and ‘deep recruiting’ techniques including referrals, industry networking groups and competitor research. We also invest heavily in local and national job boards, candidate sources and the latest internet promotion tools to ensure a thorough recruiting campaign.

We will not waste your time presenting candidates who are unqualified or have not been properly screened. Our recruiters will not send you a large volume of marginal resumes, hoping something will ’stick’. Our objective is to identify a handful of highly qualified, carefully screened candidates to minimize your down time and use of internal resources.

Commonwealth Sciences offers contract, contract-to-hire, and direct hire placement services. We provide health & dental insurance, paid vacation time and direct deposit for our contract employees. We will conduct periodic quality checks with our clients and employees to ensure complete satisfaction. CWS can provide a variety of background checks and drug testing services upon request. We offer competitive rates and credit terms. We can design a solution that works with almost any budget.
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I thoroughly enjoy working with the team at Commonwealth. They consistently send me quality candidates and work hard to fill my open positions. I value their ethics and sense of urgency to find us the best people.

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