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KISS needs a roadie -- and wants to hire a veteran

Rock band Kiss (from L-R) Tommy Thayer, Gene Simmons, Eric Singer and Paul Stanley pose at a news conference to announce the
Rock band Kiss (from L-R) Tommy Thayer, Gene Simmons, Eric Singer and Paul Stanley pose at a news conference to announce theMARIO ANZUONI / Reuters file

KISS needs a roadie — and they want to hire a veteran to help out.

The band, who are touring with Motley Crue this summer, have been long-time supporters of the U.S. military, donating hundreds of thousands of dollars to the Wounded Warrior Project. Watch their troop salute here

They're participating in Hiring our Heroes to give a job to a touring set carpenter who will travel with the band from July 14 through Sept. 25.

The lucky veteran who gets the gig will be part of the team that assembles the KISS stage set, helps run effects during the show and takes down the set afterwards. Applicants do not need to be a trained carpenter, but will work long hours. 

To apply for this job, send an email to hiringourheroes@uschamber.com with your resume and contact details.

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For more on Hiring our Heroes, an initiative from NBC News and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce that aims to get veterans back into the workforce, click here. Learn more about job fairs for veterans here.