AT&T to fill over 600 jobs for Veterans

April 9, 2012

Robert R. McBride and the Nolan County Veterans Service Office announced that AT&T is partnered with the Texas Veterans Commission to fill over 600 jobs.

Robert R. McBride and the Nolan County Veterans Service Office announced that AT&T is partnered with the Texas Veterans Commission to fill over 600 jobs.
Through a partnership between AT&T and the Texas Veterans Commission (TVC), AT&T has committed to hire Texas Veterans to fill more than 600 Premises Technicians positions for AT&T's new U-verse integrated digital TV, high speed internet and voice service.
"This partnership exemplifies the value of the Veterans Business Representatives (VBR) and shows why Texas leads the nation in finding Veterans jobs," said Tom Palladino, Executive Director for the Texas Veterans Commission. "AT&T's leadership proves that hiring Veterans is a smart business decision."
In response to AT&T's request for assistance, the Texas Veterans Commission arranged for their Veteran Business Representatives (VBR), strategically located across the state, to work in conjunction with the agency's Veterans Employment Representatives (VER) and local workforce staff to help fill positions with qualified Veterans as soon as possible in the following locations: Austin, Corpus Christi, Dallas/Fort Worth, Houston, Lubbock, Midland, and San Antonio.
For more information about these jobs, email attjobs@tvc.state.tx.us or talk to the Nolan County Veterans Service Officer Robert R. McBride.

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