Hirepurpose works with a variety of military-friendly employer partners who are in need of people-oriented sales and customer service professionals across the country. These jobs represent significant earning potential and a wealth of opportunity for veterans to use the interpersonal skills and diversity training they received in the military as they move into the civilian world.
Former service members of all ranks who served in military occupational specialties that emphasized interaction with people, negotiation, relationship management, customer service, recruiting or protocol will definitely want to check these jobs today.
Veterans who have a deep interest in healthcare and who also have a knack for communicating value through relationship building would be well matched to this healthcare representative role with Pfizer. As one of the world's leading innovative biopharmaceutical companies and member of the 100,000 Jobs Mission, Pfizer has created a culture that is very compatible with the values of integrity and service that military members are accustomed to. The ideal candidate will have a bachelor’s degree or higher and the capacity to learn quickly, be flexible, and operate in a fast-paced environment.
Former service members can utilize their sales acumen and knowledge of government terminology, policies, and culture in this position offered by Grainger. Grainger is a global Fortune 500 company that supplies facilities maintenance products to businesses and institutions. The company has a large portfolio of government accounts that need just the right people maintain them. This connection makes veteran candidates who have experience in negotiation, customer service, and relationship management ideal for the position.
Veterans who have a passion for food and can build rapport with potential customers for the purpose of forming new relationships will want to explore this outside sales position with Sysco. As the global leader in selling and distributing food products to restaurants, healthcare companies, educational facilities, and lodging establishments, Sysco understands that the skill and integrity that comes with military service makes veterans exceptional employees. An analytical nature, knack for logistics, and developed organizational ability is also needed to be successful in this role.
Chances are that you have bought or sold something on eBay during your lifetime, so you know a bit about what they do. As a global leader in online commerce, eBay has a robust veterans recruiting program and is dedicated to helping members of the military community transition smoothly. This customer support position requires someone with great people skills to provide case management support to eBay's Stub Hub platform. If you are an outgoing vet who has no problem cold calling and proposing value to customers, you will want to explore this exciting opening.
Pepsico, a global producer and marketer some of the world’s most recognized brands of beverages, is looking for a dynamic logistics leader to join its team in Indiana. Pepsico has a long track record of being military-friendly and even sponsors a recycling program that funds entrepreneurial training for disabled veterans. The job is a great opportunity for former soldiers, sailors, airmen and Marines to utilize their leadership, coaching, and operations skills. The job offers amazing training programs and growth opportunity with a well-established company. An above average level of enthusiasm and competence with follow-up techniques are also needed to be successful in this role.
Benjamin Franklin nailed it when he said, "Fatigue is the best pillow." True story, Benny. There's nothing like pushing your body so far past exhaustion that you'd willingly, even longingly, take a nap on a concrete slab.
Airman 1st Class Isaiah Edwards has been sentenced to 35 years in prison after a military jury found him guilty of murder in connection with the death of a fellow airman in Guam, Air Force officials announced on Tuesday.
A Russian man got drunk as all hell and tried to hijack an airplane on Tuesday, according to Russian news agencies.
So, pretty much your typical day in Siberia. No seriously: As Reuters notes, "drunken incidents involving passengers on commercial flights in Russia are fairly common, though it is unusual for them to result in flights being diverted."