Are you a First Lieutenant, Lieutenant Junior Grade, Captain or Lieutenant preparing for your transition from Active Duty? Discover Orion Talent, the nation's most trusted career partner to Junior Military Officers making the transition into Corporate America. Orion will help you with your transition into the civilian workforce by matching your skills and career goals with opportunities within America's finest companies.
Orion is proud to work with world-leading companies who are committed to hiring top military talent. These companies realize the value that Veterans bring to the workforce and continually seek to add transitioning and former military service members to their ranks. Orion is the exclusive provider of Military Talent to many of our client companies, allowing you access to job opportunities that you otherwise would not have. Visit our Featured Employers page to learn more about the companies and some of the opportunities available for JMOs.
Over the last 28 years, Orion has found civilian careers for more than 7,000 First Lieutenants, Lieutenant Junior Grades, Captains and Lieutenants from all branches of service. Orion typically works with Active Duty Military Officers and transitioning Military Officers with four to eight years of military service and we've had tremendous success hiring JMOs into a variety of industries, including:
Our Distinguished Candidate Conferences are designed for the very top tier of Military Officers transitioning from Active Duty seeking careers in growth roles including Leadership Development, Operations Management, Engineering, and Sales. We work hard to assemble a select group of the top JMOs from around the country to interview with top Fortune 500 companies across the nation. Learn more in the podcast below.
An Orion Recruiter joins the show to discuss some of the most frequently asked questions she gets from candidates prior to attending a DCC. Topics include:
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