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"Our Mission: To bring job-seeking military veterans together with hiring companies to fill open positions worldwide."

We are not merely a job board or a recruiting service: we are dedicated to providing both proactive assistance for veterans and their families with their transition back into the civilian workplace, and assistance for companies with open positions in fulfilling their recruitment needs.





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Employers Seeking Military Veterans

Employers Seeking Military Veterans

* Partnering with Military-Civilian connects you to an established and robust pipeline of active ex military job hunters.
* Candidates with military experience are one of the fastest-growing sectors in today’s workforce. Today’s military personnel are exceptionally well-trained, highly-disciplined, accustomed to working in teams, goal-orientated, and have the potential to promote and become the backbone of any organization.
* Promote your company’s career opportunities our career directory – http://www.military-civilian.com.
We can hyper link to your company’s employment page, so that inquiring ex military professionals can view all your current career opportunities instantly. Candidates will reply directly to your company. No more time-consuming searches on resume data bases making it easy and fast for Employers Seeking Ex Military to Find a Professional who fits their company needs best. For more information on employers seeking Ex Military.
* Your company’s career opportunities will be emailed to members of our network via our “Military-Civilian career ENewsletter”, which we currently send to over 1,500 individuals and includes contacts in CONUS (within the U.S.) and OCONUS (outside the U.S) military communities. Jobs are also sent to the transition centers of military bases, posted on the websites of various veteran-centered hiring groups, and shared across our social network circles Blog page, Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Tumblr, Pinterest, Google+.
*Employers Seeking Military Veterans will find an extensive, easy to use database of High Quality Candidates whose skill sets are exactly what they are looking for. We make it simple for companies to post their jobs and for the ex military professionals to find the listing and contact your company with all necessary information needed.
* We also partner up with other websites such as TechEXPO USA, and many more for extra internet exposure.

* Military-Civilian is a small boutique website that is dedicated to getting results, please check out our Military-Civilian testimonials. Your company can post careers, job fairs, franchises and educational opportunities or any information you would like to get out to the military community, we are not a headhunter or a recruiter more a connector of people.

* Join our unique program today and benefit from access to quality, qualified job-seeking military professionals.


For more information for  Employers Seeking Military Veterans, click here or contact Lucy at lucy@military-civilian.com
or via phone at 310-455-2002
P O Box 883, Topanga, CA 90290

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