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You served your country, now what? This topic focuses on veterans looking for work and support for what comes next in their careers.
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David Burrows
22 days ago

Looking for part time employment

I am 76, retired civil 28 years US Air Force Electronic Mechanic/ Avionic, Electrical planing /estimating ,Fire and security Alarms. I enjoy working and I will be an asset to you doing bench work. Testing, troubleshooting, repairing soldering, etc. Worked on the B1B and the B52 platforms. Held a secrete security clearance. Also I am a veteran 1963-1966 US Army. Have my own health insurance.

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Tricia Hendrix
Community Specialist
26 days ago

USPS looking to hire veterans!

Are you a veteran looking for work? Did you know that your military service is treated as prior employment?

The United States Postal Service® has a long history of providing career opportunities to veterans, reservists, and their family members. In fact, they currently employ nearly 100,000 Military members and Veterans in their organization.

They value the leadership, reliability, and high-tech skills veterans bring to the organization, as well as your loyalty and integrity.

The Postal recruiting team recruits nationwide and year-round. These hiring events are great opportunities for you to visit with our team and ask specific questions about the Postal Service™.

In order to receive preference in hiring, you must clearly identify your claim for veteran’s preference on your online application. The Postal Service requires that you submit a copy of your Certificate of Release or Discharge from Active Duty, DD-214 (Member 4 Copy), or other official documentation from a branch of the Armed Forces or the Department of Veterans Affairs showing dates of service and type of discharge.

You must apply online to be considered and can do so here.

For additional information about career opportunities to veterans, reservists, and their family members, email the USPS at military@usps.gov

#USPS #veterans #military #jobsearch

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Darcy Donahue

My best advice is read the job post carefully. The responsibilities and qualifications sections should tell you everything you need to know. If you read the post and you don’t feel comfortable, then it’s probably not a good fit for you. Don’t worry though, if you apply and aren’t qualified, their application review process will figure that out for you and you’ll be notified.

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Richard Del Rosario

They are looking for open availability and desire to work for them. find out who the whse, mgr. name and check with them 3 times a week in person and be willing to do what it takes to work for Costco! that would carry more weight than being a Harvard Graduate at the entry level position? be aggressive its what they are looking for without even knowing until meeting they meet you.

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Maria De los Santos

Ok, even you apply for specific position,you have another option,all positions available, maybe when they saw you are available, they will call you when they need to cover those positions. In my case, I apply for bakery assistant, but they call me for other positions. For sure if they need hire someone they will call you. But they never call you to say thank you for apply or something like that. If you apply online for sure you received an email confirmation.

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Gary Nuckols Jr

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Eleana Bowman
Community Specialist
2 months ago

Waste Management supports military and veterans

1 in 14 #WasteManagement employees is former military. That is one veteran hired every day of the year. They even have a military skills translator to help find recommended careers based off of your service experience!

Search for Waste Management jobs near you!

If you are a veteran that needs help, please feel free to email our military recruiting team at VeteranAssistance@wm.com.

#hiringnow #jobsearch #veterans

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Malcolm Dykes
about 1 month ago

DynCorp offered me a position with them by supporting our troops in Kandahar AFG as a billeting tech for 2 years. It was the 3rd such venture into war zones to support our military and it was a wonderful experience all 3 tours, a total of near 6 years altogether. If possible I would return but Covid has caused the DOD to restrict overseas assignments to workers under 65 years old. I stayed in my last job until Covid caused layoffs of my age bracket.

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timothy crisler
about 2 months ago

I'm a navy veteran looking for government work #veterans #hiring

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Tricia Hendrix
Community Specialist
2 months ago

Coca Cola supporting all workers

Coca Cola stands behind supporting many diverse groups in their career growth. Let's check them out!

Women's Linc BRG

Coca-Cola Women’s LINC BRG is a group of influencing members working together to help advance women in their career and contribute to the business through peer-to-peer counseling and resources, trainings, inspiring talks, and much more.

Hispanic BRG

The Hispanic BRG's mission is to recruit, retain, and develop the best Hispanic talent and share the Hispanic culture and insights across the organization.

Asian BRG

The Asian Business Resource Group represents 46 countries across five regions. It’s their vision to inclusively connect and engage all associates of all backgrounds to lead a culture that delivers growth both personally and professionally.

Black Employee Network

The Black Employee Network provides opportunities for personal and professional growth for all associates through the execution of learning forums, development workshops and events that build cultural competency to encourage associates to bring their authentic self to work.

The LGBTQA BRG

The mission is to foster an equitable, inclusive, and engaging work environment where LGBTQA employees are valued for their contributions and are free to participate fully without fear of reprisal or discrimination of any kind.

Military Veteran's BRG

The Military Veterans BRG mission help veterans succeed professionally at Coca-Cola, leverage veteran expertise and credibility to assist customer teams and drive sales and continue the mission of service to others by assisting external veterans and the local community.

Interested in joining the Coca Cola team?

Search for jobs hiring in YOUR area

#Cocacola #jobsearch #diversity #veterans

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Latoya Ivy
about 2 months ago

Not stable enough #veterans

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