TAC Worldwide’s direct hire division, TalentBridge International, which provides technical strategic core talent, has signed an agreement with Westinghouse to provide up to 350 key contributor engineers and project managers for a major design/build nuclear plant program. The contributor engineers will direct other engineers in terms of building components in the nuclear plant process.
The bulk of engineers for the Westinghouse project will be working on this project in Westinghouse’s Pittsburgh office and a smaller amount will be employed in Ogden, UT; Chicago; Windsor, CT.; and Columbia, SC. This project will build six identical nuclear plants during the next 12 years.
Mark Anderson, president of TalentBridge International, said his team worked closely with Westinghouse in the past few months to launch a core-talent recruitment outsourcing program that attracted and hired key contributors for strategic engineering and project management positions. He noted that TalentBridge’s strategy focuses on the strategic core-talent space to drive more of the technical direct-hire market segment.
“We selected TalentBridge because of its proven ability to provide talent in the technical engineering sector,” said Barbara Santella, manager of staffing/university relations at Westinghouse. “Resources of this type are scarce and unique. TalentBridge knew how and where to source the engineering and program management resources needed and wasted no time in delivering to our specifications.”
“We are excited to work with Westinghouse and very proud of this contract,” said Lisa Lovas, vice president of Workforce Management Solutions for TAC Worldwide.