. Military-Civilian: Hot Jobs, Events, and Helpful Information for Veterans Seeking Civilian Careers: February 2019

Friday, February 15, 2019

Volunteer Opportunities in Texas State Guard

Volunteer Opportunities in Texas State Guard: Seeking Military experienced Attorneys, Fire and Rescue, Medical (Doctors, Nurses, Dentist, Dental Asst., Paramedics, EMT, Veterinary Physician), Law Enforcement, Civil Affairs, Chaplain, Communications, IT, CPA, Education, Historian.
 Volunteer Opportunities in Texas State Guard

Seeking Systems Administrator for SC

Systems Administrator: George Consulting is seeking a Systems Administrator to support a Systems Integration Test and Evaluation (SITE) Integrated Product Team (IPT) with systems engineering efforts for the TacMobile program for Daniel Island, SC 29492
 Systems Administrator

Diesel Mechanic and Assistant Diesel Mechanic – $1,500 Sign on Bonus

Diesel Mechanic and Assistant Diesel Mechanic – $1,500 Sign on Bonus: Seeking Diesel Mechanic and Assistant Diesel Mechanic – $1,500 Sign on Bonus for 9650 Hawkins Drive Manassas, VA 20109
 Diesel Mechanic and Assistant Diesel Mechanic – $1,500 Sign on Bonus

Wednesday, February 13, 2019

Suicide Prevention Training - Long Beach, CA








































Our Suicide Prevention Team at Tibor Rubin VAMC is offering training to interested organizations.  Please note they are currently reaching out to anyone in the SE Los Angeles County and Orange County.   Please refer to contact individuals on the Flyer for additional information.
 

Tuesday, February 12, 2019

MCB Camp Pendleton's Mini Career Fair Friday February 15, 2019










































RSVP only if you are attending MCB Camp Pendleton's Mini Career Fair on
Friday February 15, 2019.

        There are 243  students in this week's class.

                 Abstain from parking in the fire lanes, parking space is available on the North side of Leatherneck Lanes.

                 Students are encouraged but NOT REQUIRED to attend the mini career fair.

        The MCB Camp Pendleton Mini Career Fair commences at 11:30 and ends at 12:30. You may  setup NO EARILER THAN 10:45am.

        Venders are required to provide their own table and chairs.

Students are required to return to their respective classrooms by 12:30 pm, be respectful of this requirement and end your conversations with students in a timely manner that will allow an on-time return to class.

BASE ACCESS (THIS INFORMATION IS FOR EMPLOYER ACCESS ONLY; DO NOT SHARE
CUSTOMERS OR EVENT ATTENDEES!)

The Marine Corps Base has restricted base access.  *All passengers in the vehicle must have a visitor pass to enter Camp Pendleton.  To secure a pass, follow these steps:

1) Please go to this password protected link and complete the registration
form.

        Website: https://mccscp.wufoo.com/forms/ppd-base-access-request/
        Password: 2019P&PD (type in password; case sensitive)

2) After registering, WAIT AT LEAST SEVEN DAYS for a background check to be completed before picking up your pass.  You will not hear from us unless your background check has been denied.

3) Pick up your visitor pass at the Main Gate Visitors Center, Bldg. 20255T within 30 DAYS of registering.  Please tell them that you are with "Marine and Family Programs".  https://goo.gl/maps/dQVB1SyqLo
Note:  You must present your driver's license or green card, car registration, and car insurance.  The Visitors Center staff will take a photo of you and secure your fingerprints, then issue you a physical visitor pass.  The Visitor Center is only open Monday through Friday from 7:30 am until 3:30 pm; 760-763-8435.  They are located in the parking lot on the right hand side just before entering the Main Gate off Interstate 5 (Camp Pendleton exit).  Please expect lengthy wait times at the Visitors Center. It is suggested that you secure your pass ahead of time and not on the day
of the visit.

4) Once you have secured your visitor pass, you may enter the base at any gate except the Fallbrook Gate.  The gate sentry will scan your pass, not your driver's license.  However, you are required to have your driver's license, car registration, and car insurance on you at all times.  All passengers in your vehicle are required to have a valid ID on them at all times.

* THERE IS NO ACTION NEEDED FOR THOSE HOLDING MILITARY RETIREE CARD: This
credential is acceptable and does not require a visitor pass.  Military ID card carriers are responsible for their passengers while on installation.



Military-Civilian Testimonial, 2/12/19












Military-Civilian Testimonial, 2/12/19
Candidates

Good morning Ms Jensen,

I got your contact through one of our Airman and Family Readiness coordinator. I am retiring this year and searching for career opportunities in San Diego, CA.

I am a Chief Master Sergeant in the US Air Force (E-9) and have a degree in Professional Aeronautics. I am also two classes away for my Graduate Degree in Operations Management, forecasted to be completed this summer. I am looking for any career opportunities in relation to aircraft, specifically fighter aircraft or fifth generation aircraft. 

Your assistance would be greatly appreciated. Thank in advance for your time and have a great day.

Respectfully,
Alexander F

Monday, February 11, 2019

Indiana veteran finally gets to adopt military dog 5 years after they served together

Indiana veteran finally gets to adopt military dog 5 years after they served together
Posted 8:01 am, February 5, 2019, by Kylee Wiecks, Updated at 08:03AM, February 5, 2019
 














Photo of U.S. Army veteran Joe Steenbeke with military dog Tess in Afghanistan (Credit: Reunite Joe and Tess, Facebook)

CULVER, Ind. – An Indiana veteran who spent the past five years trying to reunite with his military dog is finally back with her for good.

Joe Steenbeke, 28, just adopted Tess, an 11-year-old Belgian Malinois.

Steenbeke is a former Army TEDD (Tactical Explosive Detector Dog) handler. He served in Afghanistan from May 2012 to February 2013 with Tess R533, his bomb-sniffing partner
At the end of the program, Tess was converted to a Patrol Explosive Detection Dog (PEDD). Steenbeke only had a few minutes to say goodbye to Tess before she went on to serve for the Connecticut National Guard.

https://cbs4indy.com/2019/02/05/indiana-veteran-finally-gets-to-adopt-military-dog-5-years-after-they-served-together/?fbclid=IwAR2wsOt_P9gJlRE4vOrYvnGilpEhpNHOA-xpIAIYIKj68GrCWbWze-Y2rXQ

Career Fair, Dundalk Armory 2101 North Point Blvd; Baltimore, MD 21222



Saturday, February 9, 2019

MH-60S Pilot Subject Matter Expert (SME) VA

MH-60S Pilot Subject Matter Expert (SME) VA: Crew Training International is seeking MH-60S Pilot Subject Matter Expert (SME) who currently possess a security clearance of “Secret” or above, for NS Norfolk, VA 23511.

 MH-60S Pilot Subject Matter Expert (SME) VA

MH-60R Pilot Subject Matter Expert (SME)

MH-60R Pilot Subject Matter Expert (SME): Crew Training International is seeking MH-60R Pilot Subject Matter Expert (SME) who currently possess a security clearance of “Secret” or above, for NAS North Island, San Diego, CA 92135.

MH-60R Pilot Subject Matter Expert (SME)

Friday, February 8, 2019

Veterans and Families Career Hiring Fair on March 19th in Latham, NY

www.jointservicessupport.org/Info/09I518






































The Division of Military and Naval Affairs, DMNA Job Zone is hosting a Veterans and Families Career Hiring Fair on March 19th.  It will be held at CUNY Graduate Hall located at 365 Fifth Avenue from 9 AM - 2 PM.

Attached is a flyer for this event.  The MTA will be participating.

For more information, my contact is: 

Darlene.a.Stanton
New York Program Support Specialist
National Guard Employment Support Program AMYX, Inc.  Contractor
330 Old Niskayuna Rd, Latham, NY 12110-3514
Phone:
Desk: (518)786-4911
Cell: (518)470-7310
E-mail: darlene.a.stanton.ctr@mail.mil

Thank you.

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Learn more and join the NYC Veterans Alliance:
Caution-www.nycveteransalliance.org


Wednesday, February 6, 2019

Comcast offers $10/month internet service for low-income vets

Comcast offers $10/month internet service for low-income vets


















Airmen at Minot Air Force Base in North Dakota work on computer terminals on April 24, 2018. A new initiative announced by Comcast today would provide low-cost internet access to veterans, in an effort to help get more of them online. (Senior Airman Jonathan McElderry/Air Force)

 https://rebootcamp.militarytimes.com/news/transition/2018/08/14/comcast-offers-10month-internet-service-for-low-income-vets/?utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook.com&utm_campaign=Socialflow+MIL&fbclid=IwAR3-6HxrvckcbbA6NvlClvlr5q_cxrSHmLyb4zydHWFVpwmQZMjEOUDrl8o

Veterans Resource Session

https://www1.nyc.gov/site/dcas/employment/employment.page

Can someone help this Soldier for me please?


Ladies and Gentlemen,

I am in need of an ARMY COLOR GUARD TO PRESIDE OVER MY BROTHERS 50th anniversary of KIA in Vietnam on 5 June 1969. Must also have a bugler for taps. 

My name is Johnny  
 John.santiago9@aol.com
.          
646 382 0403.

Free Improv for Veterans Workshops, MON 25 FEB - Second City Hollywood
















Los Angeles - FREE Improv Comedy Workshops for Military & Veterans!
Monday, 25 February 2019 @ Second City Hollywood! Laugh and learn in the new year with some new skills and have some fun doing it! Tag your battle buddy and enjoy some laughter together!

I am teaching two more FREE Improv Comedy Workshops for fellow Veterans at The Second City Hollywood. Veterans may take one or both! Please share with your military/veteran community and join us to have some fun learning games, improv comedy theory, and great life skills! Free workshops are open to all skill levels! Improv is NOT just for actors, extroverts, and those wishing to go into comedy.

About The Free Workshops:
The Second City Training Center in Hollywood is offering free improv workshops taught by veterans, specifically designed for veterans as a taste of the legendary comedy theater's Improv For Veterans Program. Choose a free workshop and surround yourself with others who have served and share similar experiences. Our workshops aim to teach you improv fundamentals, connect you with other veterans, build communication skills, and embrace the power of ensemble. We encourage veterans of all backgrounds to give it a try! 

Try out the program with a free workshop!
Monday, February 25th 
1-3 p.m. and/or 6-8 p.m.

Sign up HERE:https://goo.gl/forms/3xwdmyoi2yyn1Mu43   

Learn about the three-level Improv For Veterans Program:
https://trainingcenter.secondcity.com/s/sc-class-category/a2g1H000000XvzgQAC/improv-for-veterans

About The Instructor: 

Listen! Improv for Veterans on SoCal NPR:
https://www.scpr.org/news/2017/03/27/70207/a-new-tool-for-vets-transitioning-to-civilian-life/

Diesel Mechanic (CNG Facility) $5, 000 Sign-on Bonus

Diesel Mechanic (CNG Facility) $5, 000 Sign-on Bonus: Seeking Diesel Mechanic (CNG Facility) - $5, 000 Sign-on Bonus - Up to $5,000 Benefit Reimbursement for Trenton, NJ 08610

 Diesel Mechanic (CNG Facility)  $5, 000 Sign-on Bonus

Tuesday, February 5, 2019

Cyber Security Analyst

Cyber Security Analyst: TECHEXPO Top Secret is the Nation's premiere producer of professional job fairs, primarily for those with an active Security Clearance and, or Cyber Security industry experience. 2/21/19 BWI Marriott, 1743 West Nursery Road, Linthicum Heights, MD 21090

Cyber Security Analyst

Network Engineer

Network Engineer: TECHEXPO Top Secret is the Nation's premiere producer of professional job fairs, primarily for those with an active Security Clearance and, or Cyber Security industry experience. 2/20/19 Westin Washington Dulles Airport Hotel, 2520 Wasser Terrace Herndon, VA 20171

Network Engineer

Food Service Jobs in Texas

Food Service Jobs in Texas: CHSi is seeking Lead Cooks - Shift 1 & 2 and Food Service Managers for Brownsville, Harlingen, Los Fresnos and San Benito, Texas

Food Service Jobs in Texas

Special Operations Advisor

Special Operations Advisor: We are seeking a Special Operations Advisor for Lebanon, NH 03766. Relocation assistance provided for qualified candidates. NH has no income or sales tax. Opportunity to deploy both domestically & internationally in support of security operations.

Special Operations Advisor

Senior Specialist, Medical Operations-Paramedic

Senior Specialist, Medical Operations-Paramedic: We are seeking Medical Operations Senior Specialist-Paramedic for Lebanon, NH 03766.
Relocation assistance provided for qualified candidates. NH has no income or sales tax.
Opportunity to deploy both domestically and internationally in support of medical evacuations.

Senior Specialist, Medical Operations-Paramedic

Monday, February 4, 2019

Grieving Soldier Bids Best K-9 Buddy Goodbye as He Drapes Him with US Flag

Grieving Soldier Bids Best K-9 Buddy Goodbye as He Drapes Him with US Flag
January 31, 2019 Updated: January 31, 2019
 “Man’s best friend.” Never has a truer phrase been said when we think of the long, rich history of loyalty and companionship between dogs and humans.
The man: Kyle Smith, U.S. Air Force. The best friend: Bodza, an 11-year-old German shepherd. The pair ended up with a significant shared history after spending 189 desperately cold days in Kyrgyzstan on a security mission. Bodza was a military dog.
https://www.theepochtimes.com/grieving-soldier-bids-best-k-9-buddy-goodbye-as-he-drapes-him-with-us-flag_2785585.html?fbclid=IwAR3Wr23R41D5pPCbYIoqNQFqUizwywAlgGtpj5ACaJrdA8T8wEydgEroHW8

New law will help veteran entrepreneurs

New law will help veteran entrepreneurs
The American Legion
Veteran entrepreneurs will benefit from a new law aimed at helping them grow their small businesses, create jobs and expand economic opportunity.
The Veterans Small Business Enhancement Act was signed into law by President Trump earlier this month. The legislation adds veterans to the list of eligible recipients for federal surplus personal property, such as office equipment and furniture to specialized apparatuses including scientific devices and heavy machinery.
Veteran small business owners now join women and minority small business owners and veterans service organizations (VSOs) as eligible recipients for federal surplus personal property.
The American Legion and other VSOs, including VFW and Paralyzed Veterans of America, supported the legislation. The Legion’s National Executive Committee passed Resolution 21 at the 2018 Fall Meetings to support legislation ensuring parity for veterans in all state and federal small business programs.
https://www.legion.org/legislative/244610/new-law-will-help-veteran-entrepreneurs?fbclid=IwAR1qhlEZ_mHcDE3Lj_qdA-LQEER1NW2Tic82L4YgMEarWUGbMtZPZYwAFkk#.XFEy8Hs4qv0.facebook

VSDO
















Our mission is to provide Service Animals to US Military Veterans. Through the hard work, dedication, and passionate care of our trainers and providers, we train both the service animal and the Veteran.

https://vsdo.us/

14 NFL players who lost their lives in combat over the years

14 NFL players who lost their lives in combat over the years

Once, when the United States went to war, that war was felt by everyone in the country. The wars' effects seeped into every facet of American life. The primary reason for this was the draft. Selective service meant that anyone in America could be called up to serve and fight a war at any given time. This included movie stars, politicians, and even star athletes — some of whom never made it home.



The Navy Vessel Built From Steel From The Wreckage Of The World Trade Center

The Navy Vessel Built From Steel From The Wreckage Of The World Trade Center
Joe Daraskevich, The Florida Times-Union
September 11, 2018 at 07:15 AM

Sailors aboard the USS New York pay their respects every year to those who died in the terror attacks of Sept. 11, 2001. The plan for Tuesday is to perform the ceremony at Naval Station Mayport, the home base for the San Antonio-class amphibious transport dock.
But this ship carries more than a New York name. Reminders of 9/11 abound. Its very nose is made from steel salvaged from the wreckage of the World Trade Center. And its sailors are taught to never forget their connection to the catastrophe.
"Every ship in the Navy has a namesake room or a legacy room, but on our ship the whole ship is a legacy to what happened," Command Master Chief Ben Hodges said.
A steel plate recovered from the Trade Center rubble is on display above one of the most-used passageways. A firefighter's helmet reminds sailors of the first responders who sprang into action.
Hodges said the reminders extend to the ship's daily prayer ritual, for which the chaplain chooses the name of someone who died in the attacks to honor. It all makes it impossible to forget Sept. 11, he said.
"We talk to all of our sailors when they initially check in and explain to them the significance of what they are a part of," Hodges said. "You can't help when you walk around the ship to notice all the things meant to remind you of why you serve."
Despite all of the reminders found in many corners of the ship, the piece with the greatest significance goes unseen.
The New York's bow stem — the part at the very front of the ship just below the water's surface — was forged using steel from one of the twin towers.














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Friday, February 1, 2019

Military-Civilian Testimonial 02/01/2019












Military-Civilian Testimonial

Type of candidates joining Military-Civilian

Hi Lucy!
I’m a captain in the army I’ll be getting out this spring. I’m a registered nurse with 8 years experience. I’m looking for an overseas contracting job Iraq or Afghanistan.
Devin