Selectemp Employment Services

About Selectemp Employment Services

Our History :
Formed in 1987, Steve Gaughan and Roger Cox knew from their management experience in the wood products industry that manufacturing companies need well-trained, reliable employees on a less than permanent basis at a reasonable cost.
Work can be rewarding when people have jobs that make good use of their skills and abilities. Steve and Roger’s vision was to make people happy by matching them with jobs they enjoy. In turn, employers succeed when they have access to reliable contract employees who are well qualified for job opportunities.
Our company spends an extraordinary amount of time in the interview process. Well-informed matches are our specialty. This approach makes everyone happy – us, job seekers and employers.

Fueled By TalentLaunch:
In 2015, Selectemp joined the TalentLaunch family of companies. TalentLaunch is an accelerator company for staffing and recruitment firms that provides industry-leading technology, marketing, back-office support, training and development and strategy insights to the companies in its family. With TalentLaunch, we are able to access the same high-end resources some of the largest firms in the country are using. There are currently 10 other specialized staffing and recruitment firms in the TalentLaunch family, so we are able to connect you with niche experts in nearly every industry through our partnership with TalentLaunch.

Our Values:
Make it Happen – Determination drives results
Entrepreneurship – Take responsibility for your outcomes
Teamwork – Leverage others to help achieve your goals
Relationships – Outcomes focused, value driven
Integrity – Do business the right way
Communication – Paint pictures to establish alignment
Sense of Urgency – Achieve great outcomes quickly


Custodial Worker

July 2023 - September 2023 Eugene, OR
“The job fit me very well— it was a lot of work but not difficult work. The crew leaders were considerate and I admittedly found it kind of satisfying. Discounted daily lunches were a definite bonus.”
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