Posts Tagged: engineers

Military Veterans To Fill the Role Of Field Service Engineers

Read this article to learn why companies like Eaton, RS&A, GE, and Hitachi HVB target military experience. On any given day at cancer treatment facilities, oncology medical equipment needs servicing. And, when it breaks down unexpectedly, stress can be high for medical staff members. That’s why RS&A, Inc. (Radiotherapy Simulators & Accelerators) highly prizes military… Read more »

Veterans in “Green Jobs”: New York Times

The New York Times ran a nice piece yesterday regarding veterans in “green jobs” such as solar, wind, biomass, etc. So why are military-experienced job seekers targeting these areas, as well as being targeted by the energy sector for open positions? Prior-military service members have always been a significant part of the energy industry’s, oil… Read more »

Recruiting Military Case Study: Atkinson

I’m posting another case study regarding an employer who has had success hiring military: Atkinson. “Due to an increase in public works funding, Atkinson Construction needed a reliable source for engineers, estimators, and site superintendents.   Hardworking, intelligent, imaginative and a willingness to learn are just a few of the qualities that Atkinson Construction looks for… Read more »

Staffing Solutions for HR Recruiters

Bradley-Morris, Inc. (BMI) announced their September / October 2008 hiring events schedule yesterday. The service is called ConferenceHire – pre-scheduled interviews with pre-screened candidates. More information can be found in the press release.