Job Seekers

It’s difficult to work with a job recruiter who cannot pronounce the technical terms on your resume. How can you expect to find a job through someone who doesn’t know what you do?

Your career choices are important, and working with a knowledgeable recruiter is essential.

At Commonwealth Sciences, we have the technical background and experience to understand your career goals. 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 career goals. We do not simply match keys words. We unite our candidates with top companies using a holistic recruiting process, taking many factors into consideration.

We work closely with you to get a complete understanding of your expertise and career goals. We respect the need for discretion, and will never provide your information to any party without your knowledge and permission. Our goal is to develop a long-term relationship built on trust.

We handle a variety of technical disciplines and levels within Science, Engineering and Green Technology industries. We offer contract, temp-to-hire and direct hire opportunities ranging from entry-level Research Associates to Scientists, Engineers, Managers and Directors. Commonwealth Sciences offers health & dental insurance, paid vacation time and direct deposit for our contract employees. We also offer career advice including resume writing, job search techniques and interviewing tips.
Search our career opportunities in Science, Engineering and Green Technologies.

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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