• Veterans can find new career as bank examiner

    Veterans wanting a challenging career that ensures the safety and soundness of the federal banking system can find it as a national bank examiner. The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) charters, regulates, and supervises all national banks and federal savings associations (collectively, banks) as well as federal branches and agencies of foreign banks. The OCC is an independent bureau of the U.S. Department of the Treasury.

  • Research opportunities abound at VA

    Dr. Daphne Friedman joined VA as an oncologist at the […]

  • Now hiring: Oncologists for VA’s National TeleOncology Service

    VA National Oncology Program (NOP) is actively hiring oncologists for their National TeleOncology service (NTO).

  • Free training programs offer Veterans, military spouses path to tech careers

    Veterans and their spouses are eligible for free training programs offered by NPower. 

  • Ten VA jobs that are open to the public right now

    VA has numerous jobs available to the general public, which means the start of your VA career might be just around the corner.

  • Free resources help Veterans, military spouses find jobs

    Free resources from AARP’s new job center help Veterans and […]

  • Tips for Veterans navigating the job market

    LinkedIn has a number of resources and tips to help Veterans navigate the job market.

  • Post-9/11 Veterans can apply to become wildland firefighter

    Post 9-11 Veterans looking for a career as a wildland firefighter can apply to the Southeast Conservation Corps Veterans Fire Corps program.

  • Bridge My Return opens to spouses, caregivers

    Bridge My Return (BMR) opens to military spouses, Veteran spouses and caregivers to help them find meaningful employment.

  • Veterans to receive assistance through proposed American Jobs Plan

    Veterans would see improved infrastructure, more jobs and small business assistance in the proposed American Jobs Plan, VA Secretary Denis McDonough said April 15. Speaking during a White House press call, the secretary said the plan would give VA more resources to help Veterans.

  • Find your next job with help from an American Corporate Partners mentor

    ACP works with post-9/11 Veterans to help them find meaningful employment after military service. In ACP's most recent study of participants in its one year mentorship program, the average starting salary for Veterans who utilized ACP was more than $86,000, and importantly, more than 86% of Veterans are still at their same company one year later. The program not only helps Veterans find great jobs, but the right jobs for them.

  • The U.S. Postal Service is Hiring Veterans

    The U.S. Postal Service values the leadership, reliability, and high-tech skills Veterans bring to the organization, as well as their loyalty, leadership ability, reliability and integrity. If this sounds like you, consider applying now for USPS opportunities currently available on their Careers website.

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