Issue: Jun 2013


Heroes Hired Manufacturing - Putting Disabled Veterans Back to Work



The organization is now accepting defense contractor, aerospace, and automotive manufacturing opportunities

by James Hilton

Heroes Hired Manufacturing announces the opening of its new Electrical Cables and Wire Harness manufacturing facility, and are now accepting applications for employment and defense contractor, aerospace and automotive contracts.

Todd Schaffer, a U.S. Marine Service Connected Disabled Veteran, and Mal Forys, retired Air Force Veteran, founded Heroes Hired in 2012. "Giving hope to veterans and their families is the main goal of our new venture. Mal and I have found the solution in providing a smooth transition to a civilian career, utilizing the imperative skills one can only learn in the military."

Future expansions hope to include employment for dependents of fallen veterans, firefighters and police officers – those who gave their lives in the line of duty. Federal and State certifications for a "Service Disabled Veteran-Owned Business" are currently underway. Heroes Hired will also be working with the Veteran's Treatment Court, established to meet the needs of veterans in the criminal justice system.

Committed to provide its clients with unsurpassed quality workmanship, Heroes Hired is now seeking veterans with a service-connected disability to submit their resumes and a copy of their DD-214 to: careers@heroshiredmanufacturing.com.

Heroes Hires is currently accepting defense contractor, aerospace and automotive manufacturing joint ventures and manufacturing opportunities. Visit www.heroeshiredmanufacturing.com for more information.

About Heroes Hired:
Heroes Hired will provide veterans with technical skills training, education and employment based on their abilities. Committed to creating a renewed sense of self-esteem and responsibility, and making a positive difference in the lives of veterans with service related disabilities

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