Our Goal

Walt Disney said, "You can dream, create, design and build the most wonderful place in the world, but it requires people to make the dream a reality." At Career Center Inc. we  wholeheartedly agree. We understand the importance of hiring the best people-right from the start. Whether you are looking for a key member of your executive team, or a temporary employee to maintain productivity during your peak season, Career Center Inc. has you covered. Our goal is to help your company find the talent you deserve.

Our Business

At Career Center Inc. we combine experienced staffing consultants with cutting edge technology to gain access to our area's top talent. Our business is segmented into three distinct divisions - Direct Hire Recruitment, Temp-to-Hire Placement and Temporary Staffing. Each of our divisions guarantee prompt, efficient service coupled with competitive prices. At Career Center Inc. we utilize a wide range of recruiting resources to identify qualified candidates and temporary employees. Although we value print and online advertisements, as well as career fair attendance,  we consider ourselves to be true masters of networking. On the direct hire side we specialize in competitive sourcing and recruitment and, on the temporary side of our business, many of our employees come to us through personal referrals. Our clients range from Global 200 employers to smaller, community based businesses.  

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Direct Hire         Temp-To-Hire        Temporary Staffing


If you know anyone who is actively looking for a new opportunity and can use a hand, this book has the answers. 

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  • Who We Are

Our company was founded in 1969 and has been growing ever since. Originally founded as a direct hire recruiting firm, over the years we have expanded our service to include temporary and contract staffing. Our specialty divisions include; corporate staffing, creative services, culinary arts, healthcare, and manufacturing and distribution.

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