What We Do Best
Our primary areas of focus are light industrial, office and administrative, professional recruiting, and skilled trades, but our number one specialty is the region we serve. We live, work, volunteer and strive to get people in the right jobs to help the communities we love to continue to thrive. We are very proud of the region where we live and want to contribute to its success. From our offices in Poulsbo and Gig Harbor, we have built an extensive network of local talent and employers giving us the resources and network we need to make the perfect match. We connect local job seekers with leading companies seeking talent on a temporary, temp-to-hire, and direct hire basis in the South Sound and Kitsap Peninsula, including Kent, Federal Way, Tacoma, Gig Harbor, Port Orchard, Bremerton, Silverdale, Poulsbo, Bainbridge Island, Kingston, Port Ludlow, Port Townsend and more.
West Sound Workforce is where great people and great companies meet:
We offer a more cost-effective, safer, smarter way to staff your business and hire the talent you need.
Single point of contact. Your recruiter is your HR liaison. They have the backing of our entire team to support your success.
Our rates are better than firms in major metro areas around us.
Our focus is serving our community – not one specific industry.
Whether you have questions or just need some helpful advice, our team is here for you.
Office and Administrative Staffing Services
Technical, Licensed and Leadership Recruiting
Light Industrial Staffing Services
Skilled Trades Staffing Services
Within those specialties, here are some of the positions we fill:
Office / Clerical
Professional / Management
Real Estate / Mortgage / Title & Escrow
Today’s the Day, but Any Day (and Many of Them) is Much Better
Did you have today on your calendar? I know you had today, but did you have today on your corporate calendar, in your leadership mind?
Is Your Office Prepared for an Emergency Response?
Emergency preparedness is crucial in the workplace – read a little more about it in Monica Blackwood’s article in the Kitsap Sun.
From Beginning to Now: 25 Years of Local Employment
“I truly didn’t know what I didn’t know. There wasn’t a choice but to succeed” she said, after explaining that going into business was what