Recruiting Veterans: The Rules of Engagement for Military Hiring

veteran hire meIf there’s one issue about which I’m particularly passionate, both personally and professionally, it’s recruiting veterans. Of course, military hiring holds a special place in my heart – I spent 12 years serving in the U.S. Army, and saw first hand how difficult and daunting making the transition back into the workforce can be.

Fortunately, I was able to find a great career in staffing and resourcing, where I’ve spent the last two decades dedicating a significant portion of my time to training my colleagues and coworkers on recruiting veterans.

With experience on both sides of the military hiring equation, I’ve personally seen the complex challenges facing many companies and veteran candidates; recruiting veterans requires effectively communicating with veterans transitioning into the workforce and understanding the unique worldview and military mindset shaped in the service.

Understanding how, exactly, a veteran’s mind works and what they want when transitioning into the private sector requires recruiters to go back to the basics to understand the fundamentals of veteran recruiting. Things recruiters too often miss (or misunderstand) include:

  • Ranks and Pay Grades: Each branch of the Armed Forces has a unique and highly structured organizational hierarchy, and employers must have an understanding into the responsibilities and requirements associated with each of these ranks, and how these align with the traditional private sector organizational structure.
  • Pay Grades: Similar to ranks, the military uses a highly structured pay structure consisting of predefined pay grades, not unlike compensation banding within the private sector. There are, however, some significant differences between rank and pay grade that employers need to know to understand both career and compensation levels when recruiting veterans.
  • Military Occupation Codes: Military Occupation Codes, better known by the acronym “MOC,” are the preassigned classification codes used to identify each job specialty in the military. These job codes (normally 9 characters) identify the specific skill sets, career paths and required training associated with every soldier’s assigned military job function. These codes are crucial to understanding how to translate military into civilian career experience. (Click here for a complete list of MOCs from the US Army Human Resources Command).
  • Benefits and Compliance: From federally mandated documentation specific to military hiring to understanding the compliance and legal requirements around this newly protected class of job applicants, veteran hiring requires developing specific policies, procedures and specialized strategies. Beyond compliance and reporting, it’s also important to understand the many associated business benefits, from tax incentives to diversity implications, involved in recruiting and hiring veterans (and how these fit into the bigger talent picture).

Recruiting Veterans: A To-Do List For the Talent Trenches

half_and_halfWhile actually making a concerted effort to develop and execute specific veteran military initiatives is admirable, many companies struggle with maximizing the return on their veteran recruiting investment. These challenges include things like duty-related leave concerns, family relocation and timing offers and onboarding around transitioning veterans. The benefits of overcoming these challenges, however, not only far outweighs these concerns, but also, simply, serving those who serve should be a core competency for every employer. It’s the right thing to do – and there’s not a whole enough of that in recruiting, really.

To help you better understand recruiting veterans and some of the insights and experience I’ve gained both in my own transition and training countless other recruiters over the years, I’ve created this easy to follow checklist for military hiring success.

Please note that this framework was designed to be flexible enough to have applicability for every employer, but it’s not a substitute for a final strategy – these need to be unique to your organizational needs and aligned with your overarching recruiting strategies and associated outcomes.

But this list should help give you a better sense of where to get started.

1. Start With Research: There are a number of laws and policies in place to govern the military hiring process, including government programs, initiatives and incentives aimed at assisting corporations with recruiting veterans. This means that hiring veterans, like pretty much everything else in recruiting, means doing your research. The Warrior Transition Command has a helpful list of resources on its Employment Index page, including advice on writing job descriptions, interviewing best practices and sourcing best practices for finding veteran talent.

2. Complete Basic Training: Like any candidates, effectively recruiting military talent means taking the time to learn about their background, experiences, training and skills acquired while on active duty, and their expectations (and aspirations) for making the move to a civilian career. The only universal among veterans is that they’ve served in the military – and like all other candidates, there’s no such thing as a one-size-fits all approach to hiring success.

3. Target Practice: Just like civilian candidates, aligning veteran talent with the right opportunity means understanding the specific skill sets you are targeting with your veteran hiring initiatives, and how to translate military jobs, skills and training to the civilian workforce. About 80% of all military experience is directly transferrable or congruent with those found in the civilian workforce, which means it’s imperative employers know how to determine transferable skillsets.

Good news: the government has created some helpful resources, like O*Net and the TAOonline MOC Code Translator, to make sure nothing gets lost in translation.

4. Cyber Warfare: It’s important for employers to make sure that their careers site and online, candidate-focused content has been reviewed for compliance with Section 508. Section 508 refers to the Federal government’s rules and requirements for making electronic and information technology accessible and usable to people with disabilities; veterans, unfortunately, are over represented within this protected class, and therefore, compliance with Section 508 ensures online visibility for your veteran recruiting initiatives.

Recruiting Veterans: The Rules of Engagement

Hire_A_VetOnce you’ve identified the skills you’re looking for when recruiting veterans, how to translate their military skills to civilian experience and made sure the proper policies and procedures are in place, you can begin focusing on developing a tactical strategy for finding and attracting the right military talent.

When you’re coming up with your battle plan, here are a few rules of engagement employers should consider:

1. Activate Your Reserves: There’s a good chance that your company already has at least a few employees who happen to be veterans or have military experience, and these are your greatest assets for understanding how best to find and attract veteran talent, and are the most effective ambassadors in identifying, referring and providing a resource to potential veteran hires.

One great way to leverage existing ex-military employees is by creating focus or affinity groups to develop recommendations and provide insight and feedback on proposed plans or potential opportunities for recruiting veterans more effectively and efficiently.

2. “I Want You!” Yeah, while normally, I’d say you should probably hold the proverbial phone when it comes to posting and praying when recruiting veterans, but the truth is, in this case it just makes sense. There are a bevy of no or low cost job boards specifically dedicated to military recruiting, and during the transition process, veterans are specifically trained on job board usage and encouraged to rely on these as their primary resource for finding jobs in the civilian sector.

In addition to the training provided by the military on job board usage and searching, the government provides a number of incentives for corporations to post on these highly niche, but highly targeted boards. Click here for a complete list of these sites from the White House Business Council’s Veteran Hiring Guide (and some other great information, too).

3. Roll Call: Veteran recruiting also means putting boots on the ground and making a concerted effort to attend or sponsor veteran recruiting events like job fairs, open houses or networking events. Partner with local trade associations, career service groups and local VA or military-focused groups to identify or create opportunities that make sure you’re present and accounted for when doing employment-related outreach to veterans.

These not only create goodwill, but also position your company as an employer of choice for veterans while underscoring the fact that you actually care about giving military talent the opportunities they need for meaningful civilian careers and a shared stake in their success and self-worth.

4. Winning Hearts & Minds: Contrary to popular opinion, recruiting veterans and social media don’t have to be mutually exclusive concepts. Don’t avoid social media in your military hiring initiatives – it’s a powerful tool for connecting and engaging with veterans (and getting to understand their mindsets and motivations, too). Of course, this means going beyond Facebook and Twitter to create savvy digital marketing efforts designed to convert potential veteran hires. The military has an incredibly sophisticated and technologically advanced approach to recruiting, so many veterans are already open to innovative marketing approaches – and consulting with your marketing team can make all the difference in creating competitive differentiation and converting military candidates when recruiting veterans today – and building reserves for tomorrow.

PS: If you need help, we’re happy to recommend a great vet who’s always happy to help.

Finding Your Cadence: Communicating With Veterans

army-marchingNow that you’ve overcome some of the initial challenges and created the right foundation for attracting and converting military leads into your company’s pipeline, you’ll have to move from attraction to engagement. This can often be a difficult (if not daunting) step for many civilian employers, and one that requires comprehensive training and ongoing support for your recruiting team on how to approach and communicate with military veterans.

There are a number of informal or formal training programs, both on the cloud and in the classroom, available to help employers step up on their military recruiting initiatives.But no matter which training program you choose, here are a few key questions your team can focus on asking when interviewing veteran candidates during the screening and selection process.

1. What military training have you received? From on-the-job experience to formal credentialing processes and ongoing evaluations, military training is almost always directly related to the kinds of coursework required for getting degrees in similar disciplines within more traditional university settings. Often, specialized occupational training received in the military is as advanced as terminal-level graduate work, if not more so.

2. What leadership experience did the military provide you? This is imperative for employers to know, and it’s essential recruiters spend the time to learn about and understand the leadership experience (formal and informal) that a veteran acquired during their time in the military. Sure, they might not have managed a team of direct reports in the sense of a corporate org chart, but they might have had experience leading dozens of colleagues on the field of battle or, more commonly, as part of a specialized support function tasked with making decisions that are, quite literally, life or death.

And yeah, maybe they don’t have specific P/L or budget experience, but chances are they’ve been entrusted with millions and millions of dollars in high tech military equipment that’s likely more complex – and advanced – than any of the more mundane stuff they’ll have to encounter as civilians (like software selection or reconciling a GL at month end). These transferrable qualities shouldn’t be overlooked – and place veterans at an advantage over many traditional workers.

4. How Has the Military Impacted You? Understand that not everyone who qualifies as a veteran has battlefield experience (most, in fact, don’t) or have even served as soldiers. Military spouses, for instance, represent an amazing source of untapped or underutilized talent. While they might have an inconsistent work history or temporal tenures, chances are this was due to the demands for relocation endemic to the military, or the responsibilities that come with having a spouse on deployment.

But military spouses tend to be as mission focused, loyal and courageous as any soldier out there – all qualities employers should value. Be cautious about how you approach these issues, however, as these topics can be very emotional for both military veterans and their spouses in any setting, interview or otherwise.

There are thousands of resources out there to help guide you when building veteran hiring initiatives – and recruiting veterans with the skills and experience that make sure no matter how hard the mission, no matter how challenging the competition, or how daunting the business odds are, that they’ll be ready to fight – and win – whenever duty calls.

After all, that’s what we’re trained for – and if you think surviving in the world of business is hard, you’ve obviously never been to basic training.

Resources To Keep Handy: Military Hiring Program Resource Guide

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You can receive between $2,400 and $4,800 in Tax Credits for hiring a Military/Veteran

This is an incredible benefit with a direct line to savings for your company. You can research this more at the US Department of Labor’s WOTC (Work Opportunity Tax Credit) page where they explain further about the credit for hiring a veteran as well as other guidelines.

Over 200,000 service members leave the military every year

With more than 80% of military jobs having a direct correlation to a civilian counterpart, you can be certain that more than 160,000 skilled veterans are entering the workforce each year.

Corporate America can benefit from what is called the GI Bill. This is government sponsored education benefits, available to military and veteran personnel for additional education/training. You can read more about this benefit in detail direct on the GI Bill sponsorship page.

Corporate entities that have employed veterans can use the GI Bill to sponsor and pay for the training / education required for the veteran employee while employed at the company, removing the cost burden from the employer.

Military people are not YES men and women

You can be certain you will not get a yes or a cold shoulder when something is wrong. If something is not right you will hear about. These people are leaders on the battle field and in your office. They’ve earned the respect and it’s immediately evident when your team knows their colleague is a veteran.

Military Veterans are productive.  The military trains its people to be efficient. They are taught to seek guidance and display discipline in every setting. If your company is one that respects authority, but expects its people to push the boundaries it is with a firm head shake that you should look to hire top veteran talent. In their world, if they are not efficient and accurate 100% of the time, they don’t make it home.

This is not to say they will always be perfect in your organization, but you can wager with confidence they will see your expectations through to completion and often to success.

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3 Key Laws You Need To Know When Hiring A Veteran

There is plenty of reading material to keep you busy if you are interested in employment laws. From state laws to federal laws you will find a monstrosity of guidelines to govern what you can and cannot do during all phases of the hiring process, including interviewing, investigating, testing, and of course the employee selection process.

Here are 4 general hiring points to know:

  • Avoid illegal discrimination and selection
  • Understand and follow the immigration hiring process
  • Maintain compliance when hiring younger workers, including teenage workers
  • Stay 100% compliant to privacy rights and never make promises that you cannot keep

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USERRA – Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act

USERRA clarifies and strengthens the Veterans’ Reemployment Rights (VRR) Statute by protecting civilian job rights and benefits for veterans, members of reserve components, and even individuals activated by the President of the United States to provide Federal Response for National Emergencies. USERRA also makes major improvements in protecting service member rights and benefits by clarifying the law, improving enforcement mechanisms, and adding Federal Government employees to those employees already eligible to receive U.S. Department of Labor assistance in processing claims of noncompliance.  ** USERRA Wiki

  • Protects Veterans, Applies to ALL employers
  • Part of U.S. Department of Labor
  • Different from EEOC, ADA and OFCCP but all connected
  • Protects civilian job rights and benefits for veterans and members of Reserve components
  • Provides protection for disabled veterans, requiring employers to make reasonable efforts to accommodate the disability

http://www.dol.gov/elaws/userra.htm

http://www.dol.gov/compliance/topics/hiring-vets.htm

EEOC – Equal Employment Opportunity Commission

Under the laws enforced by EEOC, it is illegal to discriminate against someone (applicant or employee) because of that person’s race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy), national origin, age (40 or older), disability or genetic information. It is also illegal to retaliate against a person because he or she complained about discrimination, filed a charge of discrimination, or participated in an employment discrimination investigation or lawsuit. ** EEOC compliance

The law forbids discrimination in every aspect of employment.

  • The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) is responsible for enforcing federal laws that make it illegal to discriminate against a job applicant or an employee.
  • Most employers with at least 15 employees are covered by EEOC laws (20 for age discrimination cases). Most labor unions and employment agencies are also covered.

http://www.eeoc.gov/eeoc/

OFCCP – Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs

The purpose of the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) is to enforce, for the benefit of job seekers and wage earners, the contractual promise of affirmative action and equal employment opportunity required of those who do business with the Federal government. ** DOL.gov

The purpose of the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs is to enforce, for the benefit of job seekers and wage earners, the contractual promise of affirmative action and equal employment opportunity required of those who do business with the Federal government. (VETS)

Although we recommend that you consult an employment lawyer before making any business decisions, here are a few key research points to be aware of:

http://www.dol.gov/ofccp/

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Military Hiring Tools: Long Tail Resources For Military Hiring

Click the heading below to see the list of resources

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Resources for Employers

Resource Resource URL
ok-blue America’s Hero Network http://www.americasheroesatwork.gov/forEmployers
ok-blue National Organization Disability http://nod.org/research_publications/americas_best/
ok-blue The Value of a Veteran http://www.thevalueofaveteran.com/
ok-blue The Army Pays https://www.armypays.com/INDEX.html
ok-blue US Tech Vets http://www.ustechvets.org/
ok-blue E Benefits https://www.ebenefits.va.gov/ebenefits/jobs

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Info/Laws Information that can be used by all

Resource Resource URL
ok-blue America’s Hero Network http://www.hiremilitary.com/
ok-blue National Organization Disability http://www.onlinecollege.org/2013/02/21/
ok-blue The Value of a Veteran http://gibill.va.gov/
ok-blue The Army Pays http://www.vba.va.gov/bln/vre/
ok-blue US Tech Vets https://www.acap.army.mil/default.aspx
ok-blue Military.com Site http://www.military.com/ 
ok-blue Transition Assistance http://www.taonline.com/TAPOffice/
ok-blue EEI – Military Employees http://www.wtc.army.mil/about_us/eei_for_employers.html
ok-blue USERRA Laws http://www.dol.gov/elaws/userra.htm
ok-blue Hiring Compliance for Vets http://www.dol.gov/compliance/topics/hiring-vets
ok-blue Compliance Resources http://www.dol.gov/ofccp/regs/compliance/Resources.htm
ok-blue Vets For Vets http://www.dol.gov/vets/
ok-blue Compliance http://www.dol.gov/ofccp/regs/compliance/vevraa.htm
ok-blue Hiring Tool Kit http://www.americasheroesatwork.gov/forEmployers/HiringToolkit
ok-blue Tax Incentives http://www.doleta.gov/business/incentives/opptax/eligible.cfm
ok-blue Hiring Programs http://www.va.gov/jobs/hiring_programs.asp
ok-blue Military Rank Look Up http://www.military-quotes.com/military-rank.htm
ok-blue Lists of Clearances http://securityclearancejobs.blogspot.com
ok-blue Government Agencies http://www.usa.gov/directory/federal/index.shtml
ok-blue Government Support Companies http://washingtontechnology.com/toplists/top-100-lists/2012.aspx
ok-blue Transition Offices http://www.careeronestop.org/militarytransition/
ok-blue Service Locators http://www.servicelocator.org
ok-blue Military Info / Job Boards http://www.military.com/veterans-day/hire-veterans.html
ok-blue Helping Vets Do More http://www.justiceforvets.org/
ok-blue E Benefits http://www.esgr.mil/
ok-blue E Benefits http://www.ffohf.org
ok-blue EEOC http://www.eeoc.gov/eeoc/
ok-blue Military Disabilities http://www.dol.gov/dol/topic/disability/ada.htm
ok-blue E Benefits http://www.hiringourheroes.org/
ok-blue Hiring Our Heros http://www.military.com/veterans-day/hire-veterans.html

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Resources for Vets

Here is a great list of resources for Veterans, Military spouses, families and employers. It’s a  great list to print and keep handy.

ok-blue Rally Point https://www.rallypoint.com/
ok-blue Post Military Employment http://www.postmilitaryemployment.com/
ok-blue Wounded Warrior http://www.woundedwarriorproject.org/
ok-blue Veteran Success http://www.vetsuccess.gov/
ok-blue US Tech Vets  http://www.ustechvets.org/CareerResources/
ok-blue Veterans Promise  http://www.operationpromiseforservicemembers.com/CVSP_Program.html
ok-blue Transition Assistance http://www.taonline.com/TAPOffice/
ok-blue Hire Our Soldiers http://www.wtc.army.mil/about_us/eei_for_employers.html
ok-blue Veteran Social Network http://veteransenterprise.com/ 
ok-blue Connect Veterans to Business Leaders http://www.acp-usa.org/
ok-blue Post Military Education http://missioncontinues.org/
ok-blue Post Military Internships http://www.dhs.gov/operation-warfighter
ok-blue Military Reunions http://superreunion.org/schedule.htm
ok-blue Jobs For Vet http://www.militarytimes.com/jobs
ok-blue Disabled Veterans http://www.vetsfirst.org/
ok-blue Paralyzed Veterans http://www.pva.org/
ok-blue Veteran Affairs http://benefits.va.gov/vow/
ok-blue Veteran Employment Resources http://www.whitehouse.gov/joiningforces
ok-blue Transitioning Military http://thevalueofaveteran.wordpress.com/about/
ok-blue Veteran Benefits https://www.ebenefits.va.gov/ebenefits-portal/ebenefits.portal
ok-blue Homeless Vet Assistance http://www.nchv.org/
ok-blue Homeless Vet Assistance II http://www.standown.org/homeless.html
ok-blue Job Hero http://www.jobhero.com/veteran-career-guide/
ok-blue Career Cast http://veteran.careercast.com/

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The information included within the list below was gathered from the great resources on Military.com

Resources to identify Military and Veteran Job Fairs

ok-blue America’s Hero Network http://www.heroeshiringheroes.com/
ok-blue National Organization Disability http://www.uschamber.com/hiringourheroes/
ok-blue The Value of a Veteran http://sacc-jobfair.com/

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June 18, 2015 Springfield, VA Corporate Gray
June 18, 2015 Los Angeles, CA Recruit Military
June 18, 2015 Detroit, MI Recruit Military
June 18, 2015 Washington DC Recruit Military
June 21, 2015 Houston, TX Orion International
June 22, 2015 Houston, TX Orion International
June 24, 2015 Ft. Still, OK CivilianJobs.com
June 25, 2015 Houston, TX Recruit Military
June 25, 2015 Atlanta, GA Recruit Military
June 25, 2015 Seattle, WA Orion International
June 26, 2015 Seattle, WA Orion International
June 29, 2015 Nashville, TN Bradley-Morris, Inc. (BMI)
June 29, 2015 San Diego, CA Bradley-Morris, Inc. (BMI)
July 8, 2015 Montgomery, AL Unemloyment Eliminators
July 9, 2015 Indianapolis, IN Recruit Military
July 9, 2015 Hartford, CT Recruit Military
July 12, 2015 San Diego, CA Orion International
July 12, 2015 Parsippany, NJ Orion International
July 12, 2015 Chicago, IL Orion International
July 13, 2015 San Diego, CA Orion International
July 13, 2015 Parsippany, NJ Orion International
July 13, 2015 Chicago, IL Orion International
July 13, 2015 Denver, CO Bradley-Morris, Inc. (BMI)
July 13, 2015 Houston, TX Bradley-Morris, Inc. (BMI)
July 13, 2015 Jacksonville, FL Orion International
July 14, 2015 Jacksonville, FL Orion International
July 15, 2015 Camp Pendleton, CA hirepurpose
July 16, 2015 Portland, OR Recruit Military
July 16, 2015 St. Louis, MO Recruit Military
July 20, 2015 Chicago, IL Orion International
July 20, 2015 Norfolk, VA Bradley-Morris, Inc. (BMI)
July 20, 2015 Providence, RI Bradley-Morris, Inc. (BMI)
July 21, 2015 Chicago, IL Orion International
July 22, 2015 Biloxi, MS Unemloyment Eliminators
July 22, 2015 Norfolk, VA CivilianJobs.com
July 23, 2015 Sacramento, CA Recruit Military
July 23, 2015 Philadelphia, PA Recruit Military
July 27, 2015 Seattle, WA Bradley-Morris, Inc. (BMI)
July 30, 2015 Columbus, OH Recruit Military
August 2, 2015 Houston, TX Orion International
August 3, 2015 Houston, TX Orion International
August 3, 2015 Atlanta, GA Bradley-Morris, Inc. (BMI)
August 5, 2015 Ft. Benning, GA CivilianJobs.com
August 6, 2015 Raleigh, NC Recruit Military
August 6, 2015 San Diego, CA Recruit Military
August 6, 2015 Seattle, WA Orion International
August 7, 2015 Seattle, WA Orion International
August 9, 2015 Norfolk, VA Orion International
August 10, 2015 Norfolk, VA Orion International
August 10, 2015 Chicago, IL Bradley-Morris, Inc. (BMI)
August 12, 2015 Nashville, TN Unemloyment Eliminators
August 12, 2015 Joint Base Lewis-McChord, WA hirepurpose
August 13, 2015 New Orleans, LA Recruit Military
August 13, 2015 Tampa, FL Recruit Military
August 17, 2015 Norfolk, VA Bradley-Morris, Inc. (BMI)
August 17, 2015 Atlanta, GA Orion International
August 18, 2015 Atlanta, GA Orion International
August 20, 2015 Louisville, KY Recruit Military
August 20, 2015 Richmond, VA Recruit Military
August 23, 2015 Cincinnati, OH Orion International
August 24, 2015 Cincinnati, OH Orion International
August 24, 2015 San Diego, CA Bradley-Morris, Inc. (BMI)
August 26, 2015 Ft. Bliss, TX CivilianJobs.com
August 26, 2015 Jacksonville, NC Unemloyment Eliminators
August 27-28, 2015 San Diego, CA Service Academy Career Conference
August 27, 2015 Birmingham, AL Recruit Military
August 27, 2015 Dallas, TX Recruit Military
August 27, 2015 Denver, CO Recruit Military
August 30, 2015 San Diego, CA Orion International
August 31, 2015 San Diego, CA Orion International
August 31, 2015 Parsippany, NJ Orion International
August 31, 2015 Orlando, FL Bradley-Morris, Inc. (BMI)
September 1, 2015 Parsippany, NJ Orion International
September 3, 2015 Boston, MA Recruit Military
September 3, 2015 Cleveland, OH Recruit Military
September 3, 2015 San Antonio, TX Recruit Military
September 10, 2015 Miami, FL Recruit Military
September 10, 2015 Houston, TX Recruit Military
September 13, 2015 Houston, TX Orion International
September 14, 2015 Houston, TX Orion International
September 14, 2015 Dallas, TX Bradley-Morris, Inc. (BMI)
September 14, 2015 Denver, CO Bradley-Morris, Inc. (BMI)
September 15, 2015 Ft. Stewart, GA CivilianJobs.com
September 15, 2015 MCRD San Diego, CA hirepurpose
September 16, 2015 Joint Base San Antonio, TX hirepurpose
September 17, 2015 New York, NY Recruit Military
September 17, 2015 Nashville, TN Recruit Military
September 17, 2015 Riverside, CA Recruit Military
September 17, 2015 Seattle, WA Orion International
September 18, 2015 Seattle, WA Orion International
September 21, 2015 Jacksonville, FL Orion International
September 22, 2015 Jacksonville, FL Orion International
Spetember 21, 2015 Norfolk, VA Bradley-Morris, Inc. (BMI)
Spetember 21, 2015 Providence, RI Bradley-Morris, Inc. (BMI)
September 22, 2015 Columbus, GA Unemloyment Eliminators
September 24, 2015 Columbia, WA Recruit Military
September 24, 2015 Phoenix, AZ Recruit Military
September 24, 2015 Kansas City, KS Recruit Military
September 27, 2015 Norfolk, VA Orion International
September 27, 2015 Detroit, MI Orion International
September 28, 2015 Norfolk, VA Orion International
September 28, 2015 Detroit, MI Orion International
September 28, 2015 San Diego, CA Bradley-Morris, Inc. (BMI)
September 29, 2015 Ft. Lee, VA CivilianJobs.com
September 30, 2015 Mobile, AL Unemloyment Eliminators
October 1, 2015 Baltimore, MD Recruit Military
October 1, 2015 Cincinnati, OH Recruit Military
October 5, 2015 Atlanta, GA Bradley-Morris, Inc. (BMI)
October 7, 2015 Redstone Arsenal, AL CivilianJobs.com
October 8, 2015 Atlanta, GA Recruit Military
October 8, 2015 Chicago, IL Recruit Military
October 11, 2015 Parsippany, NJ Orion International
October 11, 2015 San Diego, CA Orion International
October 12, 2015 Chicago, IL Bradley-Morris, Inc. (BMI)
October 12, 2015 Parsippany, NJ Orion International
October 12, 2015 San Diego, CA Orion International
October 13, 2015 San Diego, CA Orion International
October 13, 2015 Biloxi, MS Unemloyment Eliminators
October 15, 2015 Austin, TX Recruit Military
October 15, 2015 Minneapolis, MN Recruit Military
October 18, 2015 Houston, TX Orion International
October 18, 2015 Chicago, IL Orion International
October 19, 2015 Houston, TX Orion International
October 19, 2015 Chicago, IL Orion International
October 19, 2015 Norfolk, VA Bradley-Morris, Inc. (BMI)
October 19, 2015 Atlanta, GA Orion International
October 20, 2015 Atlanta, GA Orion International
October 20, 2015 Camp Pendleton, CA CivilianJobs.com
October 22, 2015 Pittsburgh, PA Recruit Military
October 22, 2015 Oklahoma City, OK Recruit Military
October 26, 2015 Seattle, WA Bradley-Morris, Inc. (BMI)
October 26, 2015 Chicago, IL Orion International
October 27, 2015 Chicago, IL Orion International
October 28, 2015 Tampa, FL Unemloyment Eliminators
October 28, 2015 Ft. Bragg, NC CivilianJobs.com
October 29, 2015 San Jose, CA Recruit Military
October 29, 2015 Milwaukee, WI Recruit Military
October 29, 2015 Charlotte, NC Recruit Military
November 2, 2015 Orlando, FL Bradley-Morris, Inc. (BMI)
November 4, 2015 Ft. Benning, GA CivilianJobs.com
November 5, 2015 Columbus, OH Recruit Military
November 5, 2015 Washington DC Recruit Military
November 5, 2015 Los Angeles, CA Recruit Military
November 5, 2015 Seattle, WA Orion International
November 6, 2015 Seattle, WA Orion International
November 8, 2015 Norfolk, VA Orion International
November 9, 2015 Norfolk, VA Orion International
November 9, 2015 Denver, CO Bradley-Morris, Inc. (BMI)
November 9, 2015 Houston, TX Bradley-Morris, Inc. (BMI)
November 11, 2015 Louisville, KY Unemloyment Eliminators
November 12, 2015 St. Louis, MO Recruit Military
November 12, 2015 Norfolk, VA Recruit Military
November 12, 2015 Seattle, WA Recruit Military
November 12, 2015 Providence, RI Orion International
November 13, 2015 Providence, RI Orion International
November 16, 2015 San Diego, CA Bradley-Morris, Inc. (BMI)
November 18, 2015 Charleston, SC Unemloyment Eliminators
November 19, 2015 Dallas, TX Recruit Military
November 19, 2015 Philadelphia, PA Recruit Military
November 23, 2015 Norfolk, VA Bradley-Morris, Inc. (BMI)
November 23, 2015 Providence, RI Bradley-Morris, Inc. (BMI)
December 1, 2015 Ft. Hood, TX CivilianJobs.com
December 3, 2015 Houston, TX Recruit Military
December 3, 2015 San Diego, CA Recruit Military
December 3, 2015 Jacksonville, FL Recruit Military
December 6, 2015 Providence, RI Orion International
December 6, 2015 Houston, TX Orion International
December 6, 2015 San Diego, CA Orion International
December 6, 2015 Philadelphia, PA Orion International
December 6, 2015 Cincinnati, OH Orion International
December 7, 2015 Providence, RI Orion International
December 7, 2015 Houston, TX Orion International
December 7, 2015 San Diego, CA Orion International
December 7, 2015 Philadelphia, PA Orion International
December 7, 2015 Cincinnati, OH Orion International
December 7, 2015 Raleigh, NC Orion International
December 7, 2015 Atlanta, GA Bradley-Morris, Inc. (BMI)
December 7, 2015 Chicago, IL Bradley-Morris, Inc. (BMI)
December 8, 2015 Raleigh, NC Orion International
December 10, 2015 Ft. Knox, KY CivilianJobs.com
December 10, 2015 Indianapolis, IN Recruit Military
December 10, 2015 Las Vegas, NV Recruit Military
December 10, 2015 Orlando, FL Recruit Military

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dean_dacostaAbout the Author: Dean Da Costa is a highly experienced and decorated recruiter, sourcer and manager with deep skills and experience in HR, project management, training & process improvement.

Dean is best known for his work in the highly specialized secured clearance and mobile arenas, where he has been a top performing recruiter and sourcer.  Dean’s keen insight and creation of innovative tools and processes for enhancing and changing staffing has established Dean as one of the top authorities in sourcing and recruiting.

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