ITA International Joins HireVeterans.com

jobs for veterans ita internationalInternational Staffing Company Looking to Hire Veterans for Jobs Around the World

Jobs for Veterans Available Now at ITA International

by Gordon G. Gates

With the job market in flux, it’s more important now then ever to reach out and hire our U.S. Veterans. Once such company is just doing that right now!

ITA International is hiring U.S. Veterans for international assignments. ITA is dedicated to providing only the highest quality consulting and technical support services to their clients around the world in the areas of training and exercises, security consulting, civil-military operations, interagency operations, cross cultural programs, and crisis response-continuity of operations, in order to provide a secure and stable “Arena” from which clients can successfully accomplish their missions.

To reach out, ITA has partnered with HireVeterans.com, America’s premier job board exclusively for U.S. Veterans.

Through it’s outreach, ITA International, which is an SBA 8(a) certified, Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Disadvantaged Business, is aimed at hiring those who have experience in the arenas of;

itaapplynow * Security/Antiterrorism
* Mission Analysis
* Cross-Cultural Training
* Operational Support
* Emergency Management
* Small Boat Operations
* Vulnerability Assessments
* Navy Operations
* Planning
* Exercise and Training
* Disaster Relief
* Civil Military Operations
* Expeditionary Warfare
* Special Operations
* Staff Support

TRAINING
ITA offers many different training courses throughout the year and prospectS including a 40-Hour Cultural Competency Course designed to provide students with;

  • An appreciation for the relevance and importance of cultural awareness for personnel working in regional environments.
  • Interpersonal skills necessary to successfully communicate with, foster trust, and support decision making with counterparts of different cultural, religious, ethnic, socio-economic, and regional orientation.
  • The ability to understand how cultural factors impact the operating environment.
  • An overview of International Governmental Organizations and Non-Governmental Organizations (IGOs and NGOs).
  • An overview on the role and function of the American Embassy/U.S. Country Team.
  • An overview of the organizational structure and charter of the United Nations.
  • Information for prospective students

# Regional orientation:

* Current offerings include: South and Central America, Africa, and Southeast Asia.
* Detailed country studies based on client needs.
* Information for prospective students

# Regional Analysis:

* In-depth country analysis of potential mission areas.
* Tailored to customer deployment schedule.
* Information for prospective students

# Intensive Language Training:

* Current offerings include: Spanish, Portuguese, and French.
* Language Training will be 4 weeks of intensive classroom instruction with immersion activities.
* Information for prospective students

ITA is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer and supports diversity in the workplace. Applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, marital status, or sexual orientation.
ITA is a drug-free workplace.


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