U.S. Department of Energy Seeks US Veterans

Department of Energy reaches out to our US Veterans

DOE Teams with HireVeterans.com

By Randy Miller

The Department of Energy’s (DOE) mission speaks to all sectors of the economy. Whether your expertise is in science, technology, engineering, national security, international affairs, or business; DOE offers challenging and innovative work environments.

DOE offers:

  • Great salary
  • Recruitment incentives
  • Personal (vacation) Leave
  • Sick Leave
  • Student Loan Repayments
  • Competitive benefits package (medical, dental, vision, matching 401k, etc)
  • Work-life balance amenities to help manage personal and professional demands
  • Flexible work schedules,
  • Career development; and
  • Opportunities to see the world

Whether you are a senior level executive, a mid-career expert, or seeking your first job, the DOE workforce contributes to the global challenges facing America today.

Looking for a career where you can make a difference in your community both nationally and internationally? DOE is the place for you.

The US Department of Energy has now proudly teamed up with HireVeterans.com, the nations leading Military job board, to reach out to our talented US Veteran community.

If you desire a challenging but rewarding career, then I implore you to visit their site on HireVeterans.com and apply today.

Click here to visit their site and apply today

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