Job Seekers

Army Infantry Officer taps into Bradley-Morris’ Employer Network to Achieve Civilian Career Results

West Point graduate, Ben, served in the United States Army for nine years. Once he decided to leave the military he searched for a civilian career on his own. After several unsuccessful months, he contacted the team at Bradley-Morris (BMI) who alleviated his job search stress and worked with him to find an exciting career… Read more »

Climbing the Corporate Ladder After the Transition from Military to Civilian Life

by Carolyn Heinze, Contributing Editor, BMI Transition Team   Ask those who served in the military about the transition from military to civilian life, and chances are they will admit to a bit of culture shock – positive and negative. One of the most exciting aspects about this change is the opportunity it brings, especially… Read more »

Step-by-Step Guide for a Successful Military Transition

Thinking about transitioning from the military into your ideal civilian career? We’ve made the process simple. Whether you’re a Cyber Security Analyst, Field Artillery Officer, or Electrician’s Mate, Bradley-Morris gives you the resources needed for a successful military transition into your dream job. Our step-by-step guide lists the three stages a Bradley-Morris job seeker goes through… Read more »

USAF Logistics Operations Manager Lands New Job within a Week of Working with Bradley-Morris, Inc.

  After a career in logistics in the United States Air Force and earning a master’s degree, Doug separated from the military, ready to face his civilian job search head on. He connected with Bradley-Morris, Inc. (BMI), and in less than a week, Doug was presented with several civilian career opportunities. What is your current… Read more »

Army Operations Officer Translates Experience to Excel as an Installation Program Manager for Fortune 500 Company

  Originally from upstate New York, Joel left active duty with the Army and was working on a Master’s Degree when he contacted Bradley-Morris for help with his transition into the civilian workforce. He was matched with a Senior Candidate Recruiter and was placed into a management role earning more than $100,000 a year. What… Read more »

How to Apply for a Job

Access our job board for military job seekers! It is updated daily with active, open positions. Still wondering which occupations you’re qualified for in the civilian world? Check out the Bradley-Morris Military to Civilian Occupation Index before applying to our exclusive opportunities. To apply for a job via the Bradley-Morris job board: 1. Click the… Read more »

How to Register as a Candidate

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… Read more »

The Evolution of Military Veteran Recruiting at BMI

A look back At the inception of our organization 26 years ago, firms like Bradley-Morris used to ask candidates to fill out our paper applications submitted by fax with a cover sheet. When recruiters referred to their contacts in their Rolodex, they were speaking literally not figuratively. The only way to connect with employers was… Read more »

Army Officer Veteran Finds Career he Loves in his Hometown

Erich Murray How did you get involved with Bradley-Morris (BMI)? My relationship with BMI began nearly six years ago when I responded to an outreach email from Mike Arsenault, Vice President of Candidate Services. We maintained contact, even when I decided to remain in the Army longer than originally planned. He, along with my Recruiter… Read more »

Exclusivity and “Handcuff Firms” Part 2

 Myths and Reality So why do some officers sign up with a handcuff firm? The biggest myths that you will hear from handcuff firms are: Myth 1: We represent only the best companies. You cannot get a job at Company ABC without signing an exclusionary agreement with us. Reality: No military recruiting firm represents all… Read more »