We see it all the time: Military career fairs on base typically seek out service members with advanced technical training or even a four-year degree. That’s not the case with these eight companies that are actively seeking to hire those with combat arms experience. At Hirepurpose, we strive to find roles that our 100+ hiring partners have available for those of you who may not have had the opportunity to pursue higher education outside of your military career fields. This series includes numerous roles for our brothers and sisters at the pointy end of the spear. All of the jobs below are hand-picked and dedicated to you — so read, click, and apply.
Companies in all sectors rely on logisticians to oversee activities that include purchasing, transportation, inventory, and warehousing. According to the Bureau of Labor and Statistics, the median hourly wage for logistics specialists and supply-chain managers is a whopping $35.51 per hour. Employment in this field is expected to grow between now and 2024 as many practitioners retire and companies continue to need logisticians to move products and people more efficiently, while seeking out continuous process improvement.
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.
This week, we highlight job openings with Hirepurpose partner companies in beautiful, southern California. Heralded as the “Golden state,” California has been the land of opportunity since the days of the gold rush. State labor officials are projecting an employment increase of 4.5 % in the next several years. With much to offer in terms of gorgeous weather, sweeping landscapes, great wine, and one of the nation’s largest veteran populations in the nation, California is a location that transitioning service members will want to consider as they plan their post-military course of action.