What does HKAA do?

HKA Enterprises is a multinational firm with more than 40 years of experience providing premier workforce solutions to blue-chip industry leaders. Key services include contingent labor staffing, direct hire, funded payroll services, and more for the aerospace and defense, architecture and engineering, automotive, construction, information technology, manufacturing, pharmaceutical, and shipbuilding industries. 

How big is HKAA and how old are they?

AROUND SINCE

1977

AND EMPLOY

4,000

HKAA has been around since 1977 making them 45 years old and the 132nd oldest company in our database of energy companies. Roughly 4,000 people work at HKAA making them the 136th largest in our database.

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Employee reviews of HKAA

What is employment at HKAA like? From employers included and reviewed within our database, HKAA ranks the 1st of 0 medium sized company that employ 1,000 to 4,999 people.

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Summary: 3.90 out of 5 stars and the 1st of 0 medium sized company employing 1,000 to 4,999 people.

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Types of jobs at HKAA

Determined via job opportunities posted to or shared via our website, some of the oil & gas, energy, skilled trades and craft jobs at HKAA include 3G Welder, 6G Welder, Rig Welder, Welder, Single Hand Orbital Welder, Equipment Operator, Machine Operator, Pipefitter, & Shipfitter. Other common positions are:

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How to find HKAA hiring & job application info

Looking for employment opportunities with HKAA? Below you can find relevant hiring information via their website, social media profiles, and the HKAA application process via their careers/hiring page. Logged in users can find additional information including HKAA recruiter emails, names, and phone numbers if available.

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HKAA job postings & career openings:

Here are the most recent job openings & career opportunities that we have sourced or have been provided directly from HKAA: