. Military-Civilian: Hot Jobs, Events, and Helpful Information for Veterans Seeking Civilian Careers: July 2018

Friday, July 27, 2018

TECHEXPO Top Secret Job Fairs - August

TECHEXPO Top Secret Job Fairs cordially invites you to upgrade your career and earn your market worth at our exclusive hiring events for security-cleared professionals. Bring many resumes and interview face-to-face for the hundreds of hot opportunities available in information technology, engineering, aerospace, telecom, cyber security, project management, intelligence, operations, homeland security, research & more. https://www.TechExpoUSA.com

TECHEXPO  Hiring Events
Professionals with a Secret Clearance or Above are invited to interview with employers at the August TECHEXPO Top Secret Hiring Events.

8/15, TECHEXPO Polygraph-Only Hiring Event, BWI Marriott, Linthicum Heights, MD.  CI or Full Scope Polygraph Is Required to Attend. Details: https://www.techexpousa.com/jobfair.cfm?jobfairid=1771
 8/16, TECHEXPO Polygraph-Only Hiring Event, Hilton McLean Tysons Corner, McLean, VA.  CI or Full Scope Polygraph Is Required to Attend. Details: https://www.techexpousa.com/jobfair.cfm?jobfairid=1772

A Secret Clearance or Above is Required to Attend.
Please share this invitation for TECHEXPO Top Secret Job Fairs/Career Fairs with your colleagues and friends that also possess an active clearance, along with any transitioning military/veterans.

Employers: If you’re seeking security cleared talent, contact us today to reserve your recruitment space at these events – Nancy Mathew at 212-655-4505 X 225 or by email: NMathew@TechExpoUSA.com.

Details for each event & to register visit http://www.TechExpoUSA.com
(Pre-registration is not mandatory, but highly encouraged)

For details for all upcoming events visit TechExpoUSA.com

We encourage you to share this information with your network of cleared professionals that are qualified to attend. 

Please use the Quick Shares  below to send these career opportunities out to your social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter>>>>>>>>>>>> to help others find employment.
When you get employed, reach back and help a fellow Service men and women over the wall.
What goes around, comes around. Help when and where you can.
You, a family member or friend could be next to need a job.
Details and registration for all upcoming hiring events: www.TechExpoUSA.com

Stay Social With Us:
LinkedIn - www.linkedin.com/company/techexpo-top-secret
Facebook - www.facebook.com/techexpotopsecret
Twitter - www.twitter.com/TechExpoJobFair

For details visit  https://www.TechExpoUSA.com


TECHEXPO Top Secret Job Fairs

Wednesday, July 25, 2018

Seeking MIS Operator 1 CA

MIS Operator 1 CA: We are seeking MIS Operator 1 for Lompoc, CA 93436. You will be under general supervision of the MIS Assistant Manager and you will be responsible for a variety of Member Information Systems Department duties.
 MIS Operator 1 CA

Seeking Business Analyst CA

Business Analyst CA: We are seeking Business Analyst for Village, Lompoc, CA 93436 and you will be under general direction of the VP of Finance, the Business Analyst is responsible for providing analytical support for various finance and collections functions.

 Business Analyst CA

CHSi August Healthcare Job Fairs El Paso Texas

August Healthcare Job Fairs El Paso Texas: CHSi August Healthcare Job Fairs El Paso Texas.Full-Time Positions with benefits. 3 shifts available. Apply now! Skip the Line. Apply Online. Embassy Suites El Paso, 6100 Gateway East, EL Paso Texas 79905

August Healthcare Job Fairs El Paso TexasChsi new flyer2

Seeking Secret Cleared SharePoint Content Manager

Secret Cleared SharePoint Content Manager: Data Systems Analysts, Inc. has an opening for a Secret Cleared SharePoint Content Manager. Arlington / Crystal City, VA 22202. US DoD Secret Clearance Required.
 Seeking Secret Cleared SharePoint Content ManagerSecret Cleared SharePoint Content Manager

Seeking Business System Analyst at CERDEC

Business System Analyst at CERDEC: Data Systems Analysts, Inc. is searching for a Business System Analyst at CERDEC. MUST HAVE AN ACTIVE DOD CLEARANCE. Aberdeen, Maryland 21001
 Business System Analyst at CERDEC

Seeking Secret Cleared Software Developer

Secret Cleared Software Developer: Data Systems Analysts, Inc. is searching for a Secret Cleared Software Developer. This is a full time position in Aberdeen MD 21001.

 Secret Cleared Software Developer

Tuesday, July 24, 2018

Seeking Senior Cyber Security Engineer Offering 10K Relo

Senior Cyber Security Engineer Offering 10K Relo: We are seeking a Senior Cyber Security Engineer supporting the Army MI Commercial Cloud Services Provider (AC2SP). OFFERING 10K RELO and $25k Signing Bonus to start within 2 weeks of interview. Charlottesville, VA 22911

Senior Cyber Security Engineer Offering 10K Relo

CHSi Domestic Healthcare Careers

CHSi Domestic Healthcare Careers: Careers in accounting and Finance, Admin, Case Management, Clinical Counseling, Corporate, Customer Service, Human Resources, Information Technology, Management, Medical, Project Management, from CA to VA so check it out today and apply!!
CHSi Domestic Healthcare Careers

Monday, July 23, 2018

Military-Civilian Testimonial 7/23/18

Testimonial 7/23/18

Please find the flyer for South Florida attached. Thank you for directing candidates to the West Texas job fair! We had a couple mention you as their referral source. We will be returning to West Texas on August 8th.


Comprehensive Health Services is hiring multiple positions for South Florida Contract


BANG Meeting 25 July 2018

Business And Networking Group


25 July 2018
6:30 to 8:30 PM
The historic Clark House
6332 Barcroft Mews Drive
Falls Church, VA 22041

Our BANG meetings are open to all. Please feel free to bring friends. There will be a Spotlight Speaker presentation of general interest to the group and plenty of networking time with jobseekers, hiring managers and human resource professionals. See you at the BANG. Remember there always “jobs in the room.”

Spotlight Speaker for 25 July 2018 will be: Captain Erin Stone , USN, JAG, USNA

Captain Erin Stone serves as Program Director for Engagement at the Military Officers Association of America (MOAA), the nation’s largest and most influential military association dedicated to preserving the earned benefits of all members of the uniformed services and their families and survivors. In her engagement role, Ms. Stone develops relationships and organizational processes to enhance member value and to facilitate legislative action on the state and local level via MOAA Councils and Chapters. Passionate about helping people, she personally provides member value through the provision of advice and counsel to members and their spouses who are undertaking career transitions.

Ms. Stone previously served in the Navy’s Judge Advocate General’s Corps, retiring as a Captain after multiple high visibility leadership positions with broad organizational responsibility.  As Chief of Staff for criminal defense services in the Navy, she exercised worldwide management and oversight of administrative and human resource functions for over 200 criminal defense practitioners.  As a Commanding Officer, she supervised the provision of criminal defense and legal aid services for service members and their families and managed the associated resources in an area spanning the North Eastern United States, Europe, and Southwest Asia.  Over the course of her Navy career, Ms. Stone played a central role in the development, implementation, and advancement of strategic plans, objectives and policy guidance. 

Born and raised in Lockport, Illinois, Ms. Stone earned a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics (Operations Analysis) from the U.S. Naval Academy.  A member of the Virginia Bar, she received her Juris Doctor from the Georgetown University Law Center and her Masters in Law in Litigation and Dispute Resolution from the George Washington University. She resides in Annandale, Virginia, volunteers with Girls on the Run of Northern Virginia, and is a member of the Board of Directors of the Yellow Ribbon Fund.

Captain Stone will speak to our BANG on the general topics of networking, outreach and her new MOAA engagement program.
Directions to the Clark House (http://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/parks/hprs/clarkhouse.htm ) the historic Clark House is adjacent to the Barcroft Plaza Shopping Center on Columbia Pike at the intersection with Lincolnia Road and Old Columbia Pike. Look for Harris Teeter and Starbucks in the shopping center on the corner at the traffic light. Upon entering the Barcroft Plaza Shopping Center stay on service road to east end of parking area. The Clark House is located at the entrance to a townhouse complex. The Clark House is a restored, late 1800’s Victorian farm house. There will be a sign in front. For additional information contact: Frank Wickersham III (fgwickersham@vsecorp.com


Tuesday, July 17, 2018

CWVA and Independent Pro-wrestling event - Brooklyn, NY - July 29th

DATE OF EVENT: Sunday, July 29, 2018
Knight Battle (got to see it to believe it)- 3PM to 5PM
LENGTH OF EVENT: Pro Wrestling 
Event 5PM 8PM
LOCATION: American legion post
Rawley post
193 9th st
Brooklyn NY 1121    
Comments -Free Pro wrestling and Knight Battle, Beer and food will also be available for purchase.


Saturday, July 14, 2018

Wednesday, July 11, 2018

Seeking Computer Based Training / CBT Training Analyst for MD

Computer Based Training / CBT Training Analyst: We are looking for a senior analyst with extensive computer-based training and graphics know how to support the development of training and associated products that educate & inform the Navy’s financial management community! Location: Lexington Park, MD 20653

Computer Based Training / CBT Training Analyst

Seeking a Hardware Engineer for Vandenberg AFB, CA 93437

Hardware Engineer: Veteran Enterprise Technology Services, LLC dba VETS specializes in providing superior support services to the U.S. Federal Government & DOD clients in all Departments CONUS & OCONUS & we are seeking a Hardware Engineer for Vandenberg AFB, CA

Hardware Engineer

Internet Scams

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Monday, July 2, 2018

What Is the Difference Between a Military Nursing Career & a Civilian One

What Is the Difference Between a Military Nursing Career & a Civilian One




Although most nurses perform similar duties regardless of the working environment, military nursing careers offer unique opportunities and challenges. Here are some differences between a civilian and military nursing career:

Daily Work

In both careers, patient care is the same. People in the military also suffer from injuries, have babies, and fall ill like civilians do. However, the main difference is that civilian nurses deal with fewer cases of injuries from explosive devices and gunshot wounds. Military nurses should be prepared to deal with severe trauma from roadside explosives and other bomb explosions.

A military and civilian nurse might suffer from on-the-job injuries such as back pain but military nurses are usually in more danger, especially if they are working in the front lines.

Rank and Education
A nurse needs an associate degree as well as a nursing bachelor’s degree or diploma. If you graduate from any of these programs, you should take a NCLEX-RN licensing examination. Any of these degrees are acceptable in reservist military or civilian nurse jobs, but if you want to enter active military duty, you need to have a bachelor’s degree.

In civilian nursing, doctors usually rank higher than nurses do. However, in the military, your rank will determine your position. In fact, nurses and physicians tend to have the same position in most cases.

Financial Support for Education
If you want to pursue military nursing, you will have many educational opportunities because paid tuition is available for advanced degrees. Financial incentives and stipends for pursuing advanced degrees and specialization are also available. In some instances, a person who commits to a career as a military nurse will get a stipend for the training job before enlistment.

Funds for continuing education are also available. Depending on the organization that they are working for, civilian nurses might or might not have the same benefits such as financial incentives and tuition reimbursement.

Living and Travel Conditions



A civilian nurse might work in a number of different places but a military nurse travels the whole world. The big difference is that a military nurse does not have a say in where he or she is assigned. The specialty that you choose as a nurse will affect your assignment. Moreover, military nurses who speak specific languages might get assignments in specific areas of the world.

Military nurses who are deployed in other countries stay in military housing. For their own safety, military nurses might also have to live in military compounds. Nurses who are deployed into active duty usually live in temporary structures such as tents. If you are looking for a civilian nurse position, find details here on how to do that.

Opportunities for Advancement

Civilian nurses join their workplaces as staff nurses while military nurses go into service as officers. As soon as a military nurse finishes orientation, he or she is trained to become a charge nurse. In as little as three years, a charge nurse can become a head nurse.

Civilian nurses need to wait until positions open up, which means that they might never become head nurses. After one and a half years, military nurses are promoted and can become captains in just 4 years. On the other hand, a civilian nurse promotion depends on seniority and available jobs.

Making a Choice

If you want to see the world while you do what you love, you should apply for a military nurse position. However, if all you care about is career advancement, you should know that promotion opportunities exist in both civilian and military nurse careers. Moreover, becoming a military nurse increases your chances of being in harm’s way: this is especially true for nurses who deploy near the front lines.

Although military nurses have more independence when it comes to their daily activities, they cannot make choices such as which assignments to accept and where to live. Additionally, military nurses spend more time away from their families.

American Legion Post 9-11 Fundraiser New York NY 10036


Come join a team or just join us for food, fun and fundraising on July 8!

We Need You on Our Team!

The American Legion 
9-11 Memorial Post 2001

invites you to an afternoon of 

The Brazen Tavern

356 West 44th Street, New York, NY 10036 | T 646-678-5989

See Link below for details.