Hampton, Virginia – In May, VersAbility Resources was awarded the Military Sealift Command Administrative and Human Resources Support Services Contract. This contract marks VersAbility’s 19th government contract and their 5th nationwide contract.
VersAbility Resources is a leader in federal contracting for people with disabilities. They hold the contract for loading food on ships for the U.S. Navy at seven locations around the globe. VersAbility employees also provide around the clock global call center support for the U.S. Air Force; manufacture eyeglasses for the Department of Defense; provide food and custodial services for our nation’s military, and much more.
The Military Sealift Command (MSC) contract is a new line of business that will provide an additional 65-70 jobs for people with disabilities and veterans. Jobs include administrative roles, medical records clerks, medical records technicians, supply clerks, and personnel assistants.
“Two things that distinguish VersAbility are our nationwide footprint and the diversity of jobs we offer people with disabilities and veterans. We are very excited to be adding Human Resources and Administrative services to our job offerings. These jobs provide great pay and benefits and can be life-changing for people with disabilities,” says Kasia Grzelkowski, President and CEO.
The MSC contract has multiple locations including Norfolk Virginia, Ft. Eustis Virginia, Jacksonville Florida, Port Canaveral Florida, and San Diego California. People with disabilities and veterans employed by VersAbility will work at the various sites across the country.
ABOUT VERSABILITY RESOURCES
Since its founding in 1953, VersAbility Resources has grown to serve more than 1,500 people with disabilities and their families each year in early childhood, residential, day and student services, and four diverse employment programs. Services range from coordinating developmental therapies for children to building successful business partnerships that provide staffing solutions for employers and provide jobs for people with disabilities. Learn more about VersAbility Resources today at www.versability.org.