HireMilitary can help members of the military community translate skills and experience into secure, meaningful career opportunities. HireMilitary’s team includes Veterans and military spouses who have successfully transitioned, so they speak the language and know what goes into finding a job after the military.

HireMilitary has a vast network of employers, from small businesses to Fortune 500 global brands, that want to hire Veterans and military spouses. When Veterans and spouses join HireMilitary’s free talent pool, they are immediately matched to job opportunities around the country based on skill sets and interests.

Job openings are updated daily and are available to all Veterans and military spouses. It’s easy to join the talent pool. Click the link below, fill out a brief form and upload a resume: https://tenovallc.pinpointhq.com/register-your-interest/new.

What to expect next

After submitting the form, HireMilitary’s team will provide a link to all current job openings and will continue providing updates as new positions become available. Joining the talent pool makes you a part of the HireMilitary network, where the recruitment team shares job opportunities, knowledge and experience to help members of the military community successfully land their next job.

Additional free job assistance

HireMilitary provides additional free job support services, such as crafting competitive resumes, preparing for interviews, and guiding members on the job search journey. HireMilitary can also facilitate introductions to mentors in any career field and connect Veterans and spouses with no-cost training opportunities for role-specific certifications with corporate partners.

The sharing of any non-VA information does not constitute an endorsement of products and services on the part of VA. Verify information with the organization offering.

By Courtesy of HireMilitary

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Published on Apr. 18, 2022

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  1. Jeremy Goddard May 12, 2022 at 8:56 pm

    Hey looking for job

  2. Stephen McRory May 9, 2022 at 11:40 am

    If you are an employer wanting to hire prior military in FL, who do you contact?

  3. Luke Harvey April 28, 2022 at 9:06 am

    I am Human Resources for a company that wants to start focusing on hiring military veterans. How would I go about getting our job postings listed here, or getting the veterans resumes to start recruiting them?

    • Quinn Thompson May 3, 2022 at 8:18 am

      What is your geographical area

  4. Neal Ganzert April 24, 2022 at 12:32 pm

    Best part time job is driving rental cars with the Car Companies. Work from airport or branches. Several days a week. Pay is minimal, but it’s work.

    • Natt April 29, 2022 at 8:52 am

      Contrary to popular belief Veterans don’t just need a job out of desperation lol especially for minimal pay…lol most come out making quite a bit with full benefits in…highly doubt anybody will bite…..

  5. T Alger G reenhNWD April 21, 2022 at 9:47 pm

    The headline, “Choose your next career” obscures this crucial fact : One person has only _one_ career. A career may, like a downhill ski race, careen considerably, but it is usually a single career. Not so, your next job. A job is decidedly not a career. .
    –tg, USCG (Ret.)

    • Christopher April 22, 2022 at 10:36 am

      I agree that a job is not a career. But a person may have multiple careers over the course of a lifetime.

  6. Ronald Parker April 21, 2022 at 10:59 am

    Retired from USAF over 50 years ago. Have experience as an electronic technician, B.S.E.E., and dozens of years working as a real estate broker in the Seattle area. Am proficient in public relations, in person, via emails, and cell phones. Would prefer to work from home on a part-time basis. Am competent re computers and their operation.

  7. Juan Reese ANDERSON April 21, 2022 at 10:31 am

    Juan Reese Anderson April 21, 2022 at 7:23. am

    80 years old looking for part time job in Santa Maria, CA area. Vietnam era vet. 10 % service connected.

  8. JC Atkins April 21, 2022 at 8:31 am

    Hello, I am in Australia my pension is 90% an IU which makes me 100% I being OCONUS and the lines of what entitlements are for the minority of the VA benefits to help my children get through 2 years of college is pretty sparse to get WEAMS approval. All three of my children have Autism. It has been extremely difficult after COVID 19 to find providers as if colleges don’t receive their money for the veteran many colleges drop out of the US VA WEAMS system if they do not get paid on time. If the WEAMS list is prescriptive for education providers in academic venues. Australia has certifications that are taught via private consortiums that deliver short term education to the public but these groups are not attached to colleges. In fact, many schools outsource education as opposed to the needs of workers the paperwork, time and energy are required. When will the VA have a seminar to address this? This ideology runs contrary to getting the education needed under Vocational Rehabilitation versus using the GI Bill. I’m completing a third-degree in five years and still struggle to get help from Vocational Rehab Counsellors that are overwhelmed to help address gaps in learning that are critical to the veteran?

  9. John Kelley April 20, 2022 at 10:42 pm

    My daughter is starting college in the fall of 2022 and needs financial assistance . Is this a possible avenue and if so how would we go about applying. I am a 60% disabled Vietnam Veteran.

    • Karen April 21, 2022 at 9:34 am

      Hi John, I’m not affiliated with this site but your daughter absolutely needs to start applying for scholarships now. There are thousands of scholarships and some of them don’t even require an essay. It can be a tedious process but it’s better than starting her adult life out in debt or you having to dip into your retirement fund.

    • MICHAEL GOLDBERG April 21, 2022 at 12:09 pm


      Your daughter could be eligible for a tuition waiver at the state level for attending a state school. You’d have to check with your state level VA benefits coordinator. Best of luck.

  10. John Kelley April 20, 2022 at 10:34 pm

    How can I get scholarships for my kids

  11. Kelly Zang April 20, 2022 at 9:00 pm

    Don’t remember what I did.

  12. Jane Morris Boone April 20, 2022 at 8:33 pm

    Is there assistance to veterans that want to change their career path?

  13. Rodney Dibble April 20, 2022 at 8:04 pm

    64 years old looking for a great part time jobs

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