AlliedBarton expands recruiting efforts through new national partnerships

CONSHOHOCKEN, PA--(Marketwire - Sep 26, 2011) - AlliedBarton Security Services, the industry's premier provider of highly trained security personnel, has expanded its recruiting efforts by announcing new national partnerships with the National Indian Council Center on Aging, Inc. and the National Asian Pacific Center on Aging.

"AlliedBarton is pleased to partner with the NICOA and NAPCA," said Jim Gillece, Senior Vice President, Chief People Officer for AlliedBarton. "These partnerships will further expand AlliedBarton's ability to recruit from multiple and diverse sources within the communities we serve. AlliedBarton needs individuals from different backgrounds, with different skill sets to fill the many security positions required by our clients. It is also our responsibility to be sensitive to our clients' cultures and needs, and hiring from within our clients' communities helps us to find the right candidate for each position."

The National Indian Council Center on Aging, Inc. is a non-profit organization founded in 1976 by members of the National Tribal Chairmen's Association that called for a national organization to advocate for improved, comprehensive health and social services to American Indian and Alaska Native Elders. NICOA also serves as the National sponsor of the Federal Senior Community Service Employment Program in seven states which seek to establish employment opportunities for elders.

The mission of the National Asian Pacific Center on Aging is to serve as the nation's leading advocacy organization committed to the dignity, well-being and quality of life of Asian American and Pacific Islanders in their senior years. NAPCA has directly served tens of thousands of AAPI seniors who represent the fastest growing segment of the aging population in the country. The AAPI aging community is faced with many unique challenges including cultural and language barriers and access to services and employment opportunities.