At NJVC, who we hire is who we are. While we've grown to more than 1,100 employees and have expanded our services since we opened our doors in 2000, who we are is still a company with support for our military encoded in our corporate DNA.
We are proud that more than a quarter of our workforce are self-identified veterans and we work each day to create a company in which transition from active duty to civilian employment is as simple as possible, offering an opportunity to serve the same mission, only with a new uniform.
We also take great pride not simply in helping veterans transition to civilian life, but to using their expertise to improve our own performance.
"Many companies think in the mindset of what can we teach veterans, and that's certainly important," said John Herweh, vice president, human capital, as well as a veteran. "At NJVC, we ask not only what can we help teach our veterans to smooth the transition to civilian life, but what can we learn from veterans to better serve the important missions of our national security as well as federal civilian and commercial customers."
To learn more about our mission and our focus on veterans, read the Search & Employ Magazine feature on NJVC
and find out why one veteran calls NJVC a "great place to work" for transitioning military.