Cemen Tech Marks 9/11 With Commitment to Hire Veterans

The company has committed to hiring veterans who are transitioning out of service to the country and back to civilian life over the next three years.

📅   Thu September 24, 2015 - Midwest Edition
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Cemen Tech, a manufacturer of mobile concrete mixing systems, announced that it has partnered with Home Base Iowa and Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR).
Cemen Tech, a manufacturer of mobile concrete mixing systems, announced that it has partnered with Home Base Iowa and Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR).

Cemen Tech, a manufacturer of mobile concrete mixing systems, announced that it has partnered with Home Base Iowa and Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR). The company has committed to hiring veterans who are transitioning out of service to the country and back to civilian life over the next three years.

“Cemen Tech recognizes the significant contribution these veterans make to our country and we are honored to be part of Home Base Iowa and the Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve,” said Connor Deering, president and CEO of Cemen Tech. “Veterans exhibit strong leadership skills, integrity and loyalty. Their work ethic is an ideal fit with our company’s core values.”

In the coming years, Cemen Tech will be looking to hire veterans to fill roles in engineering, finance, supply, clerical and manufacturing at its headquarters in Indianola, Iowa. Cemen Tech manufactures mobile and stationary concrete mixing systems and silos. Cemen Tech supplies the concrete mixers that the United States Military uses to rebuild the infrastructure around the world.

Home Base Iowa was formed through a partnership between members of Iowa’s military community, Iowa Workforce Development, Iowa Economic Development Authority and the Iowa governor. The program provides veterans with resources to find employment, welcoming communities and ongoing engagement with other military families.

ESGR is an agency of the Department of Defense. According to the ESGR, it serves as a proactive liaison between military leaders and employers to address issues and develop solutions to problems that arise because of employee participation in the National Guard and Reserves.

For more information on Cemen Tech, visit www.cementech.com.

To learn more about the Home Base Iowa program, visit www.homebaseiowa.gov.

To learn more about the Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve program, visit www.esgr.mil/iowa.