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Diane E. Concemi

Contract Recruiter

Commonwealth Search Group

HQ Phone:  (978) 824-8010

Direct Phone: (978) ***-**** ext. ***direct phone

Email: d***@***.com

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Commonwealth Search Group

184 Pleasant Valley Street

Methuen, Massachusetts,01844

United States

Company Description

We specialize in permanent and temporary technology staffing solutions. Our unique EasySource model is laser focused on your specific IT roles. This targeted approach allows us to streamline our recruiting efforts thus reducing costs, which we are able to pa...more

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Contract Technical Recruiter

Lockheed Martin Corporation


Analytic Associate

Thomson Reuters Corporation


Economist

National Association of Home Builders


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