How to Hire a Military Veteran

What Hiring Managers Need to Know to Hire a Veteran

We've all heard that military veterans make great employees. So why do so many in transition still struggle to find work once their military career is completed? Here is what hiring managers need to know to translate military experience into its civilian sector equivalency.


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Able Force Teams with Health Net


Health Net federal services. LLC, is adding to its efforts to hire and train military veterans by partnering with Able Force, to help provide gainful employment to persons with disabilities and wounded U.S. military service members.  


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Questions?  Please contact us, send your resume to ABLE FORCE directly.

Open Opportunities


Able Force currently has openings for the following positions.

 

Able Force is a EOE/DF/M/F/D/V employer.

 

RANCHO CORDOVA, CALIFORNIA

Customer Service Representative

Intake Representative III

 

JOHNSTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA

Customer Service Representative

 

HAMPTON, VIRGINIA

Training and Development Specialist I

Customer Service Representative

 
TAMPA, FL & ALEXANDRIA, VA

Document Prep and Scanning


NEWNAN, GA & MT. VERNON, KY

Document Imaging Clerk I

 

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Ability One logoAbleForce is a proud member of the Ability One network. The AbilityOne Program is a federal initiative to help people who are blind or have other significant disabilities find employment by working for nonprofit agencies that sell products or services to the U.S. Government. More than 600 nonprofit agencies work with AbilityOne, making it the largest source of employment for people who are blind or have other significant disabilities in the United States.



AbilityOne envisions a world where every person who is blind or has other significant disabilities is able to achieve their maximum employment potential.