Do you want to take the unique strengths you acquired in the military and leverage them in the civilian world? Bradley-Morris has been assisting veterans and transitioning military professionals from every U.S. military branch for more than 25 years.

Register as a Bradley-Morris job seeker to get in touch with a Candidate Recruiter to discuss opportunities that match your documented skills, experience and requirements regarding location and compensation.

There are two ways to register as a Bradley-Morris candidate:

1. Click the gold CANDIDATE LOGIN button in the top right corner of any Bradley-Morris page.


Type your email address into the ‘New to Bradley-Morris?’ box and click the gray ‘Sign Up’ button.

OR

2. Hover over the ‘JOB SEEKERS’ tab at the top of your screen and click ‘Registration’.

Once you complete the first candidate registration form page, click the blue ‘Next Page’ button. Continue on until you’ve completed the application. You will know you have reached the end when you are able to click the blue ‘Save’ button.

Congratulations! You know you have officially registered as a Bradley-Morris candidate when you see your personal home page. It lists ways you can submit and receive important information regarding your career search.

Once you’ve registered as a candidate, you can take advantage of these resources:

  • Job Opportunity Notifications: If your skills match an open opportunity, you will receive job opportunity notifications via email and text message. You may decide to apply or respond ‘yes’ to show interest.
  • Base Visit Reminders: Attend a free seminar on or near a military base. These events are ideal for military professionals who might be considering a transition from active duty into a civilian career.
  • Webinar Reminders: Take part in an interactive information seminar to learn about the broad network of services that Bradley-Morris has to offer and the opportunities which exist in the corporate world.

Job Seeker FAQs


2 Responses to “How to Register as a Candidate”

  1. Christopher Paeth

    Good morning,

    I transition out of the military in May of next year. When would be a good time to begin this process? Thank you for your time.

    Reply

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