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

Thursday, October 17, 2019

Operations Supervisor (Full-Time) - Benicia, CA

Operations Supervisor (Full-Time) - Benicia, CA: Supervise and coordinate all activities of dockworkers, drivers and other support personnel. Provide planning, direction and control of all available resources for insuring timely, damage-free, safe loading/unloading of freight on assigned shifts. Benicia, CA 94510.

Operations Supervisor (Full-Time) - Benicia, CA

Business Development Sales Manager Commercial & Government

Business Development Sales Manager Commercial & Government: The Business Development Sales Manager is responsible for the research, marketing and realization of revenue opportunities for Caliburn’s Medical Management Solutions (MMS) line of business with commercial organizations throughout the United States.

Business Development Sales Manager Commercial & Government

Tuesday, October 15, 2019

Business Services Officer

Business Services Officer: Under the general supervision of the AVP Business Services, the Business Services Officer will be responsible for developing and implementing a program for training branch employees in the delivery and promotion of selected business services products. CA 93455

Business Services Officer

MIS Operator 1

MIS Operator 1: Under general supervision of the MIS Assistant Mngr, a MIS Operator 1 is responsible for a variety of MIS Department duties, which may include but is not limited to Automated Clearing House (ACH), check/ATM (Automated Teller Machine) balancing and check processing. CA 93436

MIS Operator 1

Monday, October 7, 2019

Marine Corps League Breakfast








posted by OurVeterans Admin | 592fm
September 30, 2019
The Military Order of the Devil Dogs Pound Salt 69 offer a Breakfast on October 13, 8am-12pm. Buffet style, eggs, bacon, pancakes, toast. $10 per person and kids eat free.
WHEN
October 13, 2019 at 8am - 12pm
WHERE
Marine Corps League Sgt. Angel Mendez Detachment
46 Ontario Ave
Staten Island, NY 10301
United States

Tennis Serving Vets



posted by OurVeterans Admin | 592fm
September 30, 2019
Tennis Serving Vets is a free event on October 12, 8-10pm, welcoming all veterans who would like to play. Tennis is known to be the sport of a lifetime that offers healing and is also lots of fun. No experience is necessary, all levels are welcome.
RSVP here.
WHEN
October 12, 2019 at 8pm - 10pm
WHERE
Yonkers Tennis Center
493 Sprain Rd
Yonkers, NY 10710
United States

Defense Department to tighten data security after settlement with veterans group

By: Leo Shane III












Military officials will update an online database of troops' and veterans' information after outside advocates charged it could be used by scammers and identity thieves. (Staff Sgt. Tracy J. Smith/Georgia Army National Guard)
The Defense Department will revamp its Servicemembers Civil Relief Act databases following charges the online information sites exposed millions of troops’ and veterans’ personal information to identity thieves and scammers, officials announced Thursday.
Leaders from Vietnam Veterans of America, which filed a lawsuit against the department to force the changes, called the move an important step in ensuring that military members’ information is monitored and protected.

Procurement Roles in TX & FL

Procurement Roles in TX & FL: Seeking a Procurement Specialist for El Paso, TX 79907. Subcontracts Administrator & Procurement Specialist for Cape Canaveral FL 32920.

Procurement Roles in TX & FL

Friday, October 4, 2019

Military Dad Couldn’t Find a Book to Explain PTSD to His Kids, So He Wrote One

A military dad couldn't find a good resource to explain his PTSD to his kids. So he
created one.
By
Cameron LeBlanc
Sep 30 2019, 4:08 PM
After sixteen years spent deployed to Qatar, Afghanistan, and Iraq, Army Reserve First Sgt. Seth Kastle retired and returned home to Wakeeney, Kansas. And while he was happy to be back with his wife Julia and daughters Raegan and Kennedy, Kastle struggled with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.
“When I returned home and began the reintegration process, it was difficult, but I didn’t understand why,” Kastle told Babble. To deal with his feelings and hopefully help his kids understand his PTSD, Kastle sat down at the kitchen table and started writing a story he’d been mulling over for a long time. Half an hour later, the first draft of Why Is Dad So Mad? was complete.


Women In Trades: HVAC Training at East San Gabriel Valley AJCC


The Hacienda La Puente Adult School in partnership with East San Gabriel Valley AJCC are starting their WOMEN IN TRADES (W.I.T.) PROGRAM. Providing assistance to women interested in HVAC Careers.

TRAINING IS FREE FOR QUALIFIED INDIVIDUALS

CLASS STARTS 10.14.19!!!

Student’s Master Skills in:
1.   Installation, Maintenance and Repair
2.   Residential & Commercial Heating
3.   Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Equipment
4.   Electrical Diagnosis
5.   Prepares for EPA Universal Certification
6.   Job Readiness Workshop


SCHEDULE YOUR APPOINTMENT TODAY:
East San Gabriel Valley AJCC
14101 E. Nelson Ave.
La Puente, CA 91746
(626) 934-5701