Immediate Locations: Killeen, TX (Ft. Hood); Southern CA (for San Diego area bases up to Port Hueneme)
Hirepurpose works with over 100 Fortune 1000 companies as a force multiplier for their existing military recruiting efforts. All of our hiring partners have some level of military recruiting program in effect, while others are just starting down this path. One of our main services to these companies is representing them at on-base or military-specific career fairs across the country and discussing their opportunities with transitioning service members.
We have identified primary locations to establish a larger on base presence. We are looking for a few well-qualified candidates for a contracted position to attend base career fairs and monthly mini-career fairs.
The ideal candidate for this contracted position would be someone who has flexibility and can commit to attending monthly or quarterly career events.
Prior Military, Retired Military, or Spouse Base Access (current ID card)
Military Recruiting experience preferred, either in the military as a Recruiter or in corporate America as a civilian military recruiter.
Required attendance at major base career fairs in the area are expected, these are held on-base or in a near-by off-base facility, and generally last 3-6 hours per event, with an extra hour budgeted for set-up and 30 minutes for breakdown, most major events are held every few months.
Additional events may be required, such as monthly mini-career fairs (generally held at the TAP office), employer panels held during TAP class, and other seminars that you may be invited to attend to represent Hirepurpose and the 100+ Hiring partners we have.
Engagement with candidates is the primary duty at these events, discussing Hirepurpose Hiring Partners and their career opportunities.
Other important attributes of the ideal candidate:
Outstanding communications skills
Time management skills
Very strong interpersonal skills, ability to build and maintainrelationships, team player
Love for the military, making a difference, and improving people’s lives
Interested applicants, please send resume to email@example.com.
Retired Army Gen. Stanley McChrystal officially endorsed Rep. Seth Moulton (D-Mass.) for president on July 18. A former Marine infantry officer who deployed to Iraq four times, Moulton joined McChrystal on MSNBC to discuss the endorsement, and whether he's bothered that he hasn't found a spot on the crowded Democratic debates so far.
(U.S. Navy/Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Bill Dodge)
The amphibious assault ship USS Boxer shot down an Iranian drone Thursday in the Strait of Hormuz, President Donald Trump announced.
"The Boxer took defensive action against an Iranian drone which had closed into a very, very near distance – approximately 1,000 yards – ignoring multiple calls to stand down and was threatening the safety of the ship and the ship's crew," Trump said during a White House ceremony. "The drone was immediately destroyed."
"This is the latest of many provocative and hostile actions by Iran against vessels operating in international waters," he continued. "The United States reserves the right to defend our personnel, our facilities, our interests and calls upon all nations to condemn Iran's attempts to disrupt freedom of navigation and global commerce. I also call on other nations to protect their ships as they go through the Strait and to work with us in the future."
The Army may be celebrating its prized Army Futures Command (AFC) reaching full operational capability, but the organization's leaders still have quite a to-do list in front of them.
AFC commander Gen. John Murray briefed reporters on Thursday alongside Bruce Jette, the Army's Assistant Secretary of Acquisition, Logistics and Technology, on the progress of the Army's modernization roadmap and what's coming down the pipe to help soldiers soldiers win the conflicts of the future.
But while that lawmakers skirted questions on the war in Afghanistan during former Secretary of the Army Mark Esper's confirmation hearing for defense secretary this week, AFC's top priority remains, first and foremost, the soldiers fighting in conflict zones right now.
The official trailer for Top Gun: Maverick is here, and if you were praying to God there would be another volleyball scene, you are in luck.
Slated to hit theaters in 2020, the sequel to 1986 classic features Tom Cruise back in the role of Maverick, only this time he's a Navy captain behind the stick of an F/A-18 Hornet.
The two-minute trailer features a number of throwbacks to the original Top Gun: There's Maverick pulling the cover off his motorcycle and driving down the flight line, a shirtless volleyballer (there was no way you would have escaped this), and a piano-playing scene with Great Balls of Fire, my man.
Directed by Joseph Kosinski, the film also stars Jon Hamm, Jennifer Connelly, Miles Teller, and Ed Harris. The film hits theaters on June 26, 2020.
Watch the trailer below:
Top Gun: Maverick - Official Trailer (2020) - Paramount Pictures