Helping Our Military Heroes Find Jobs in Northwest Kentucky

Kyndle is thrilled to announce a new workforce initiative, Kyndle Warriors, that will recruit and match skilled and motivated armed forces veterans with employers in Henderson, Union, Webster and McLean counties. In partnership with military job placement expert Larry Wheatley and Blue Star Consultants, Kyndle Warriors will work on behalf of participating Kyndle stakeholders to contact military members about to be discharged and looking for career opportunities.  
 
Benefits of the Kyndle Warriors program: 
  • Participating Kyndle Stakeholders will be represented at career fairs, job fairs and employers days at military installations in the region at NO EXTRA CHARGE. Simply provide company and job opening information and Kyndle Warriors handles the rest.
     
  • Blue Star Consultants will identify military veterans that possess the skills and occupations desired by Kyndle Stakeholders. Remember, trades of ALL types are represented in the armed forces. 
  • If a veteran is successfully placed with a Kyndle Stakeholder through Kyndle Warriors, that company will pay Blue Star a one-time of $500 for a salaried position or $250 for an hourly position. This is a HUGELY DISCOUNTED RATE compared to normal talent placement costs
     
  • Blue Star Consultants will work with military agencies and transition centers to create a pipeline of skilled available talent, including networking with military transition offices from all branches (Army, Air Force, Navy, Marines, Coast Guard, National Guard and Reserve).
To help your company find world-class talent and help Kyndle bring our heroes to Northwest Kentucky, become part of the Kyndle Warriors program today by calling (270) 826-7505 or emailing info@kyndle.us. For more detailed information about Kyndle Warriors, contact Larry Wheatley at:


Larry Wheatley
Blue Star Consultants  
PO Box 164
Owensboro, KY 42302
Office: 270-663-1257 
Cel: 270-315-2590 
larry@bluestarconsultants.net
www.bluestarconsultants.net 

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