How Can You Find a New Job With Orion Talent?

Whether you are newly transitioning from the military or are a veteran seeking a career change, we make finding your next career easy. Follow the steps below to get connected to your next civilian career.

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    Complete your profile to upload your resume and learn about specific job opportunities.

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Veteran Employment Services

We find civilian careers for Junior Military Officers (JMOs), Senior Military Officers (SMOs), Noncommissioned Officers (NCOs), Navy Nuclear-trained Technicians, Enlisted Technicians, and Combat Arms Personnel leaving the service, as well as veterans who have already transitioned but are seeking a career change. If you already have an account you may LOG IN here.

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Military & Veteran Transition Resources

Resources for Military Professionals Considering a Civilian Career

Transitioning from the military to a civilian career can be overwhelming. From initial transition preparation to navigating civilian benefits and everything in between, we've got you covered with our military transition guide.

Veteran Transition Resources

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From job opportunities to networking events and expert career guidance, Orion Talent offers deep recruiting resources to military and veteran job seekers. Register to join our talent community and be a part of the market's most impressive talent force.

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Don't Just Take Our Word For It!

We are proud to be able to produce exceptional recruiting results like these for clients like the one below.


My Recruiter was very helpful and active. He was always able to answer my questions. He found me many opportunities which led to a very good job. Thank you!

- Avionics Technician, USMC, E-5


Orion has made my transition to civilian life very simple. I was able to find a suitable job and get hired within a month of my job search!

- Flight Chief, Senior Master Sergeant, USAF, E-8


My Recruiters were super attentive and on the ball at all times. There was about a 2 week turn around from me talking to my Recruiter and me signing on with a company making the most money I've ever made! I've already recommended Orion to some friends who are now also using Orion's services. Thank you so much from the bottom of my heart and keep helping fellow veterans!

- Logistics Officer, US Army, O-2


Working with Orion has been a positive experience for us. We are able to fill some of our technical needs with high character individuals who are motivated to make an immediate impact within our team. I appreciate the professional, open and honest partnership that I have with Orion.

- Surface Warfare Officer, US Navy, O-3

Veteran Job Placement FAQs

What is a military transition?

A military transition refers to the change from military to civilian status for service members currently serving in the military. This can be a move from Active Duty to veteran or to retirement. A service member's military transition is a big life change and the beginning of a whole new experience.

Does Orion provide services to help veterans with their resumes?

Orion offers a robust resume writing guide in our Military & Veteran Transition Resources. From outlining the types of resumes, sample resumes, and podcasts, Orion will coach you through your military to civilian resume writing. Orion's Recruiters are also available to look over your resume to offer additional tips and guidance on how to write a resume with military experience.

Does being a veteran make it easier to get a job?

Employers recognize the value veterans bring to the workplace but often find it challenging to connect with transitioning service members and veterans seeking employment. Veterans are in high demand, so it requires dedicated efforts by employers to find and hire veterans. Veterans need to harness their skills and experience in order to keep up in a competitive job market.

Do veteran owned businesses employ other veterans?

Veteran-owned businesses also recognize the benefit of hiring fellow veterans. According to the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), there are 2.4 million veteran-owned companies in the U.S., and those businesses employ about 5.8 million of their fellow veterans.

What resources are available to help with veteran job placement?

Orion Talent is here to help veterans find a new career. We offer job placement services for Junior Military Officers (JMOs), Senior Military Officers (SMOs), Noncommissioned Officers (NCOs), Navy Nuclear-trained Technicians, Enlisted Technicians, and Combat Arms Personnel transitioning from the military, as well as veterans who have already transitioned but are looking for a career change.

In addition to our job placement services, we offer a comprehensive military and veteran transition resources guide covering everything from resume preparation to interview basics to military life and more.

Can employers give hiring preference to veterans?

Veterans who are disabled and those who served on active duty in the Armed Forces during certain specified time periods or in military campaigns are entitled to preference over others in hiring for almost all federal government jobs. Private employers can also state a preference for hiring veterans. However, those employers still have a duty not to discriminate against any other protected group.