Military to Civilian Career Coaching

“Shut Up and Listen!”

Great news! Judy is back by popular demand! Judy Navarrete, SPHR, an accomplished HR manager, contacted me at Military Resumes to express her interest in sharing her vast human resources and operations management experience and insight into the business world with military job seekers.  Her observations are food for thought as you reflect on your… Read more »

The Federal Bureau of Prisons is Hiring

The Western Regional Office of the Federal Bureau of Prisons recently reached out to Military Resumes to spread the word about job opportunities in California and Arizona. The Federal Bureau of Prisons recently activated a Federal Correction Institution in Mendota, California. This facility is in need of correctional officers and medical personnel. Opportunities are also available… Read more »

Staff Sergeant Leadership Basics: Composure

This is the fourth article in a series by Judy Navarrete, SPHR, Human Resources Manager at SK Textile, Inc.  Navarrete contacted me at Military Resumes to express her interest in sharing her vast human resources and operations management experience and insight into the business world with military job seekers.  Her observations are food for thought as… Read more »

Leadership Basics: Encouragement and the Staff Sergeant

This is the third article in a series by Judy Navarrete, SPHR and Operations Manager at SK Textile, Inc.  Navarrete contacted me at Military Resumes to express her interest in sharing her vast human resources and operations management experience and insight into the business world with military job seekers.  Her observations are food for thought as… Read more »

More Management Lessons Learned from a Staff Sergeant

This is the second article in a series by Judy Navarrete, SPHR and Operations Manager at SK Textile, Inc. Navarrete contacted me at Military Resumes to express her interest in sharing her vast human resources and operations management experience and insight into the business world with military job seekers. Her observations are food for thought… Read more »

CivilianJobs.com MVE for Military Finalists Announced

CivilianJobs.com announced its 2010 finalists for the Most Valuable Employers (MVEs) for Military. Winners will be chosen and announced in honor of Armed Forces Day, May 15th. Finalists were chosen based on surveys in which companies outlined their hiring, training and retention plans for military-experienced talent. View the press release here. Ready your military resume… Read more »

One Business Leader’s Leadership Lessons Learned from a Staff Sergeant

This article comes to us from Judy Navarrete, SPHR and Operations Manager at SK Textile, Inc. Navarrete contacted me at Military Resumes to express her interest in sharing her vast human resources and operations management experience and insight into the business world with military job seekers. Her observations are food for thought as you reflect… Read more »

Consider a Post-Military Journey

The following military job search advice comes to us courtesy of Lt. Col. Paul Capicik (USAF Ret), a 26 years Air Force veteran, former CIO, and military program manager for American Sentinel University.  He is the author of a new article series geared toward service members interested in pursuing or advancing Information Technology (IT) careers. In an… Read more »

Military to Civilian: We’re Not Alone in the “Blogosphere”

Construction Management Schools recently posted an article entitled: “100 Career Coach Blogs to Get You Through the Recession”.  For tips on how to translate military experience into a military resume and exploring new career concepts for persons with military backgrounds, www.MilitaryToCivilian.com is proudly listed as a top blog for transitioning job seekers.  This comprehensive list of… Read more »

Military Bearing: Interview Friend or Foe?

Recently, the Fist Full of Talent blog posted a topic on “How Recruiters Can Get Comfortable in Interviews with Veterans”.  I found it extremely interesting that a blog for “Recruiters, HR, Consultants, and Corporate Types” offered advice to interviewers on how to properly interpret military bearing.  The following is an excerpt: “The problem is that… Read more »