With the opening of the manufacturing plants at the Holtec Technology Campus only a few months away, our Human Resources Department is gearing up to accelerate our personnel recruitment drive with an ambitious goal for work force diversity.  The Campus already has 57 total employees from Camden County, 10 of whom are natives of the City of Camden. All of our new recruits were hired for reasons of individual competence, not to meet any internal quotas.

htc-camden-chronicles-photosThis issue of Camden Chronicles profiles the first batch of our recruits for the Campus.  They are the first movers in our campaign to re-industrialize the region through good jobs and opportunities for the local community.

  • John Baldosaro – Welder
  • Brian Bowman – Working Weld Supervisor
  • Bailey Burnham – Welder
  • Leonard Daniels – Security Guard
  • Andrew Davis – Security Guard
  • Johnny Davis – Security Guard
  • Keith Dodelin – Welder
  • Joshua Hammon – Welder
  • James Hayes – Security Guard
  • Brandon Irey – Welder
  • Teddy Jones – Security Guard
  • Jose Jorge – Welder
  • Dominic Lee – Security Guard
  • Kole Leuallen – Welder
  • Jonathan Lucas – Welder
  • Drew Masciotti – Welder
  • Marcio Mateca – Welder
  • Greshua Martinez – Welder
  • Kevin Mendez – Welder
  • Earl Miller – Welder
  • Mark Nichols – Welder
  • Jeremy Selb – Welder
  • Vince Taurino – Welder
  • John Thomas – Welder
  • Allison Todd – Welder
  • Daniel Ventura – Welder
  • Richard Ventura – Welder

Lee Laurendeau (Director of Manufacturing) and Megan Holton (HR Generalist) have led the effort to recruit these residents. Lee stated “The opportunity of this number of well-paying jobs in a world class manufacturing facility is something the City of Camden hasn’t seen in decades. These jobs will provide hope and be the catalyst for change for the great citizens of Camden.”

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