A Word from the CEO

 

As the CEO of NueVista, it is not only important for me to let you know what our company does, but why we do it.

Our mission statement is both a reflection of my heart and our entire company. Simply stated, our mission is “Bringing experienced professionals together with exceptional organizations while honoring God.”

We seek to fulfill this mission by caring for our clients, candidates, employees, and community in practical ways.

 

  • To our clients we invest the time to understand their culture and environment to more effectively provide top-quality IT professionals at competitive rates.
  • To our candidates we take a sincere interest in understanding their professional objectives. We then work together with them to achieve their goals.
  • To our employees we are committed to consistent follow-up to help ensure a positive work experience. In addition, we offer a comprehensive benefit package and help consultants reach their long-term goals.
  • To our community we support numerous worthy organizations with food, clothing, donated items, time, money, and prayer.

 

NueVista could not exist without all those mentioned above and I sincerely thank you. Ultimately though, it exists because of God. I want to thank God for allowing me to be a part of your lives through NueVista.

 

Sincerely,

 

Thomas D. Combs
CEO

 

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