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Maintenance Mechanic
Position ID: # EB-1878111945
Date Posted: 1/1/2022 12:00:00 AM
Location: Norwood, MA
Salary: $27

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The Maintenance Mechanic will support the asphalt roofing shingles production line. In this role you will select and properly use all hand tools and stationary power tools including power saw, welders, etc., as you troubleshoot, diagnose and repair most plant equipment (pumps, gear boxes, rollers, bearings, motors, conveyors, etc.). Other essential job functions include: metal fabrication / welding; changing out worn motors, gear reducers, bearings, etc; lubricating / maintaining conveyors; troubleshooting manufacturing equipment.

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Service Technician
Position ID: # EB-8179293740
Date Posted: 12/30/2021 11:29:09 AM
Location: Waukesha, WI
Salary: $30 - $35

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Orion Talent, the nation’s largest military recruiting firm, is currently recruiting transitioning or former military professionals for a Service Technician

Position Details:
Location: Waukesha, WI (Milwaukee area). Also open to remote (must be near major airport)
Shift: Monday - Friday (could on occasion include evenings or weekends depending on project)
Salary: Base rate $30-$35/hr + OT. First Year W2 $65-$75K+
Travel: High travel role, 50-75% nationwide travel required
Training: 6 weeks initial training required
Benefits Comprehensive health insurance and benefits packages are offered to employees in recognition of the value employees bring to the company. These include 401(k) pension plans, excellent medical, vision, and dental care as well as life insurance. Paid Holidays as well as Paid Time Off.

Position Description: Service Technician
This person will work directly within the Technical Service Group and manage multiple customers and projects. Service Technicians frequently correspond with customers; maintain oversight on equipment, service machinery, and travel to customer facilities. The goal is to drive service success that improves customer satisfaction, maximizes customer retention, and increases profitability.

Key Responsibilities:
• Diagnose and troubleshoot technical errors with equipment and determine proper solutions
• Remotely monitor the effectiveness and performance of equipment via remote access software and direct communication with customers
• Perform modifications, upgrades, and routine maintenance to existing equipment in order to meet customer needs and requirements

Daily Responsibilities:
• Perform trouble shooting of mechanical, controls, and instruments at fabrication shop or at customer site locations
• Provide training to the customer staff on equipment operation
• Produce timely, accurate and detailed service reports
• Comprehend customer requirements and make appropriate recommendations and modifications as required
• Schedule and plan service calls and customer visits

Required Skills:
• Ability to troubleshoot, test, repair, and service technical equipment
• Ability to work flexible shifts and adapt to changing work schedules to include extended hours and weekends
• Willingness to travel 50%-75% of the time (primarily domestic / USA)
• Able to effectively organize, schedule, and carry out work assignments with minimal supervision
• Learn to interpret technical manuals, blueprints, diagrams
• Understanding of the safe operation of hand tools and power equipment
• Effective communication skills, verbal as well as written
• Ability to develop skills in problem solving and troubleshooting
• Basic / developing technical knowledge of process and/or industrial automation

Preferred Skills
• Any experience in installation, industrial maintenance, and troubleshooting of processing systems
• Basic knowledge of mechanical, electrical and process systems used in the brewing, food & beverage production industry
• Basic understanding of control systems and PLCs (Programmable Logic Controllers), especially Rockwell Automation / Allen-Bradley systems
• Basic understanding of mechanical process equipment such as pumps, valves, meters, and other components
• Computer knowledge: Microsoft Office, Excel and Word

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Field Service Mechanic
Company: Orion Talent Opportunity
Position ID: # EB-5012399778
Date Posted: 12/29/2021 12:03:53 PM
Location: Virginia Beach, VA

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Orion Talent, the nation’s largest military recruiting firm, is currently recruiting transitioning or former military professionals for a Field Service Mechanic with a recognized leader of the cleaning industry.

Position Details
Location: Virginia Beach, VA
Shift: Shift: Normal Business Hours (8A-5P) M-F, Fully Remote, Start and Stop at Home. The company does not support emergency call response, rather a 24–48-hour response, providing you great schedule predictability.
Compensation: $26 - $32 / Hour, First year W-2 ~ $55k - $67k before OT
Benefits: A competitive salary with an excellent benefits package is offered, including health, dental and vision plans, short- & long-term disability, and 401k match that you're vested in on day 1! You also get a company vehicle, credit card, phone, and laptop.

Position Description:
As a Field Service Mechanic, you get to provide top notch customer service as you troubleshoot, repair, and maintain industrial scrubbers, sweepers and other floor cleaning equipment. You will quickly and accurately diagnose equipment issues and determine what is needed to get the equipment running again as well as maintain parts and supplies in your (company provided) service vehicle to have the right tools on hand to solve customer problems. A Field Service Mechanic will communicate with customers, teach them how to correctly use our equipment and decrease future needs - making you a true asset to their team. Technicians and Mechanics participate in a comprehensive training program including ride-alongs with other service technicians and trainers, an annual weeklong training event, and more.

Position Requirements:
Experience with mechanical, electrical, and hydraulic systems as well as water and/or air-cooled combustion engines
Experience with diesel, gas, and/or liquid propane engines
Previous field service experience is strongly preferred
Ability to estimate machine repair requirements and provide necessary data to deliver an accurate repair quote to customers
Partner with sales representatives concerning potential customer applications for equipment replacement
Maintain accurate records of activities and services, as well as repair logs, agreements, timesheets, expense reports, receiving records, and other applicable documentation
Outstanding customer service skills, able to clearly and effectively communicate work and actions completed
Inventory management and estimation skills
Ability to work independently with minimal supervision
Valid driver’s license and ability to meet company driving policy requirements (record check, drug test, etc.)

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HVAC Field Service Technician
Company: Orion Talent Opportunity
Position ID: # EB-1514787627
Date Posted: 12/29/2021 11:06:08 AM
Location: Lincoln, NE

Job Description

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Orion Talent, the nation’s largest military recruiting firm, is currently recruiting transitioning or former military professionals for an HVAC Field Service Technician position with a manufacturer of technologically advanced commercial HVAC systems that customers from around the world can trust to advance their needs for performance, reliability, and energy efficiency.

Position Details
Location: Lincoln, NE
Travel: Service customers within 2-3 hours Omaha/Lincoln. An occasionally overnight or two if needed.
Salary: $32-$35/hr. or more DOE + O/T + company van w/ tools, gas card, etc. Relocation sign-on bonus for the right candidate.
Benefits: A very robust benefits package with 401(k) with match (100% of first 3%, 50% on 4%-5%), 3 weeks’ vacation, 9 holidays, a week of PTO, people-centered management philosophy, certified factory training opportunities (OEM), and much, much more!

Position Description
The HVAC Field Service Technician will perform maintenance of HVAC equipment and repair and replace defective equipment, components, or wiring. Additionally, you will perform advanced independent diagnostics, troubleshooting, pipefitting, and brazing of all HVAC equipment, including water-cooled single and dual centrifugal chillers up to 200- 2700 tons, screw chillers up to 400 tons, air-cooled chillers up to 530 tons, centrifugal screw templifiers, and magnetic drive chillers 100-700 tons.

Key responsibilities:
Conduct Warranty Service Application: Independently inspect and test systems to verify functionality for all equipment.
Perform Start Ups: Verify functionality of new equipment. Educate customers on proper use of equipment, maintenance schedule, and operating manual.
Rebuilds/Retrofits: Lead the rebuild and retrofit of all units. Direct technicians through hands-on demonstration of the necessary steps. Introduce centrifugal rebuilds.
Jobsite Safety: Wear personal protective equipment when completing service tasks. Complete jobsite hazard assessment prior to initiating service. Adhere to company and customer safety policies and OSHA guidelines.
Customer Service: Demonstrate professionalism in appearance, verbal, and written communication. Interact with customers by offering status reports of service before, during, and after each call. Explain technical information to technical and non-technical audiences.
Support Sales: Communicate potential sales opportunities to the sales staff through the technician tip quote process. Identify and quote opportunities for minor repairs directly to the customer.
Conduct Technician Training: Responsible for mentorship of service technicians and hands-on training of equipment.
Document Performance: Record and report billing, inventory, timecards, technician tip reports, product quality reports (PQR), and articles as required.
Computer Usage: Basic data entry and ability to navigate the use of email, internet, word processing programs. Download programs into equipment and micro controllers. Analyze chiller trend data to ensure optimal performance.
Exhibit Compliance: Ensure standards, policies, procedures, and maintenance of a clean work area are upheld always.

Position Requirements:
Associate degree or equivalent from a Technical / Trade School / Military Training with a certificate in Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning or military career-field equivalent and five (5) years related experience in the military or industry. EPA approved Universal Technician Certification is a plus but not required. Valid driver’s license and good driving record.

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General Manager
Position ID: # EB-6707665430
Date Posted: 12/28/2021 2:05:49 PM
Location: Chicopee, MA
Salary: $150,000 - $200,000
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Field Service Technician
Position ID: # EB-1505605403
Date Posted: 12/28/2021 12:14:54 PM
Location: Orange, CA

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Our client is a leading provider of infection prevention and other procedural products and services. The company is focused primarily on healthcare, pharmaceutical and medical device Customers. Their mission is to help Customers create a healthier and safer world by providing innovative healthcare and life science product and service solutions around the globe. They offer Customers a unique mix of innovative capital equipment products, such as sterilizers and washers, surgical tables, lights and equipment management systems and connectivity solutions such as operating room integration; consumable products such as detergents and gastrointestinal endoscopy accessories and other products; services, including equipment installation and maintenance, microbial reduction of medical devices, instrument and scope repair solutions, laboratory services and off-site reprocessing.

Position Description:
Field Service Technicians act as the face of our company by ensuring top-notch service for our customers. In this field-based, customer-facing role, you will travel to hospital and surgical facilities to maintain, troubleshoot, service, and provide calibration and installation support for steam sterilizers, medical equipment washers and other products as needed. In addition, you will be responsible for building positive relationships with customers and colleagues, as well as completing necessary administrative tasks.

In addition, you will be responsible for the following:
• Drive Customer satisfaction through pro-active communication and commitment to resolving Customer’s issues/problems.
• Perform preventive and corrective maintenance required on company and related product lines in a safe and efficient manner. This includes disassembling, replacing, or repairing defective parts; rewiring or reassembling as required; troubleshooting, adjusting/calibrating, and certifying equipment ready for use by using standard and specialized tools and test equipment (i.e., schematics, diagrams, technical manuals, etc.).
• Troubleshoot, repair, modify, overhaul, or refurbish standard and special purpose equipment and systems components.
• Ensure a positive Customer experience by providing timely PM performance, service calls, warranty calls, field upgrade programs, etc. Perform minor installations as required.
• Establish and maintain effective, communicative relationships with Customers, managers, support functions and the sales organization.
• Promote company growth through identifying sales opportunities and recommending company products/services to Customers.
• Communicate promptly and efficiently with Customers providing informative status updates.
• Be a positive ambassador for the company at Customer sites.
• Other duties as assigned.

Requirements:
• High school diploma or GED with 2+ years of relevant experience required. Associate’s or bachelor’s degree in electronics, mechanics or a similar discipline, plus 1+ year(s) of related experience, is strongly preferred. This position may be elevated to a Field Service Technician II role for candidates that possess an appropriate level of relevant experience as determined by the company.
• Valid driver’s license is required.
• Ability to work flexible hours (at times outside “normal business hours”) and travel as required.
• Strong technical, organizational, problem-solving and troubleshooting skills.
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
• Experience with navigating a computer and exposure to Microsoft Office programs.
• Comfortable working independently without supervision.
• Flexibility to handle multiple, changing priorities.
• Willingness to work in a hospital setting that may include visibility to emergency trauma.
• Physical working requirements include:
• Routine movement such as walking, bending, kneeling, squatting, sitting, standing, reaching, twisting, pushing, pulling and grasping.
• Performing work from floor level to above shoulder height. This may include the use of ladders and/or scaffolds.
• Routinely lifting, lowering and carrying 1 to 35 pounds, as well as occasionally lifting and lowering 36 to 49 pounds.
• Walking and standing for extended periods of time.
• Working in confined spaces and under variable temperatures.



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Field Service Mechanic
Company: Orion Talent Opportunity
Position ID: # EB-6744364923
Date Posted: 12/28/2021 11:09:59 AM
Location: Norfolk, VA
Salary: $26 - $32

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Orion Talent, the nation’s largest military recruiting firm, is currently recruiting transitioning or former military professionals for a Field Service Mechanic with a recognized leader of the cleaning industry.

Position Details
Location: Norfolk, VA
Shift: Shift: Normal Business Hours (8A-5P) M-F, Fully Remote, Start and Stop at Home. The company does not support emergency call response, rather a 24–48-hour response, providing you great schedule predictability.
Compensation: $26 - $32 / Hour, First year W-2 ~ $55k - $67k before OT
Benefits: A competitive salary with an excellent benefits package is offered, including health, dental and vision plans, short- & long-term disability, and 401k match that you're vested in on day 1! You also get a company vehicle, credit card, phone, and laptop.

Position Description:
As a Field Service Mechanic, you get to provide top notch customer service as you troubleshoot, repair, and maintain industrial scrubbers, sweepers and other floor cleaning equipment. You will quickly and accurately diagnose equipment issues and determine what is needed to get the equipment running again as well as maintain parts and supplies in your (company provided) service vehicle to have the right tools on hand to solve customer problems. A Field Service Mechanic will communicate with customers, teach them how to correctly use our equipment and decrease future needs - making you a true asset to their team. Technicians and Mechanics participate in a comprehensive training program including ride-alongs with other service technicians and trainers, an annual weeklong training event, and more.

Position Requirements:
Experience with mechanical, electrical, and hydraulic systems as well as water and/or air-cooled combustion engines
Experience with diesel, gas, and/or liquid propane engines
Previous field service experience is strongly preferred
Ability to estimate machine repair requirements and provide necessary data to deliver an accurate repair quote to customers
Partner with sales representatives concerning potential customer applications for equipment replacement
Maintain accurate records of activities and services, as well as repair logs, agreements, timesheets, expense reports, receiving records, and other applicable documentation
Outstanding customer service skills, able to clearly and effectively communicate work and actions completed
Inventory management and estimation skills
Ability to work independently with minimal supervision
Valid driver’s license and ability to meet company driving policy requirements (record check, drug test, etc.)

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Demolition Estimator
Position ID: # EB-1950066772
Date Posted: 12/27/2021 10:00:51 AM
Location: Buffalo, NY
Salary: $85,000 - $120,000

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Orion Talent, the nation’s largest military recruiting firm, is currently recruiting transitioning or former military professionals for an Industrial/Energy Sector Demolition Estimator

Position Details:
Location: Buffalo, NY
Compensation: $85K-$120K depending on experience
• Per diem is offered for this position
• Company cards are given for expenses based upon qualification level
• Medical, vision, and dental insurance plans offered after 3 months of employment
• PTO offered after 6 months of employment
• Simple IRA plan – You are eligible to enroll after 1 year from January 1st
• Paid holidays

Travel: This position is based in Buffalo, NY and you will be traveling to sites to make estimates within the area 100% of the time. You will be traveling to different sites across the nation 30% of the time. Traveling outside of the area will be 1-3 days at a time depending on project location and size.

Position Description: Industrial/Energy Sector Demolition Estimator
You will have the opportunity to work closely with the demolition team by traveling to jobsites preparing competitive job estimates by interpreting drawings and bid documents to ultimately perform take offs for labor, equipment, and materials.

Daily Duties:
• Manage multiple projects with firm deadlines
• Gather proposals, blueprints, and specifications for project estimates
• Perform cost analysis for labor, materials needed, and cost of time needed to be scheduled for each project
• By using blueprints and specifications needed for estimates, you will Identify time requirements and the materials needed to satisfy a project
• Build and maintain the company data base for cost analysis

Requirements: Looking for extremely task-oriented leaders that execute every task to their highest potential. If you are prior military with experience in demolition, then this is definitely an opportunity worth pursuing.
• COVID-19 vaccine is NOT required
• OSHA 10 and Hazwoper certifications preferred – the company will provide onboarding and safety training if these requirements are not met
• Bachelor’s Degree - Minimum of 5 years’ as an estimator or military experience equivalent
• Has led multiple teams to execute a project or plan
• Working knowledge of construction-related software (BlueBeam, Microsoft projects, etc.)

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Demolition Project Manager
Position ID: # EB-5182635658
Date Posted: 12/27/2021 9:58:55 AM
Location: Buffalo, NY
Salary: $70,000 - $120,000

Job Description

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Orion Talent, the nation’s largest military recruiting firm, is currently recruiting transitioning or former military professionals for an Industrial/Energy Sector Demolition Project Manager (PM)

Position Details:
Location: Buffalo, NY
Compensation: $70K-$120K depending on experience
• Per diem is offered for this position
• Company cards are given for expenses based upon qualification level
• Medical, vision, and dental insurance plans offered after 3 months of employment
• PTO offered after 6 months of employment
• Simple IRA plan – You are eligible to enroll after 1 year from January 1st
• Paid holidays

Travel PM vs. Local PM:
Separate Opportunities being offered:
• There are specific job sites across the nation that the Project Manager will be staffed from a variable length of time ranging from 6 months-2 years with the ability to travel home on weekends
• Project Manager in the home office only traveling 15%-20% of the time to project sites

Position Description: Industrial/Energy Sector Demolition Project Manager (PM)
You will have the opportunity to travel to multiple demolition sites across the nation, be an integral part of, and oversee large-scale asbestos abatement and demolition projects. Superintendents will report to you as you will be their assigned supervisor.

Daily Duties:
• Oversee all aspects of demolition projects from planning to implementation
• Develop, coordinate and maintain the following scope of work activities: submittals, pay requisitions, RFI, RFC, project schedule
• Develop cost, schedule, scope for change orders
• Allocate resources for assigned projects: labor, material, equipment
• You will negotiate contracts and develop them
• Issue subcontracts
• Track production
• Coordinate with remote jobsites
• Manage Purchase Orders
• Obtain and review quotes
• Review insurance requirements for each project
• You will frequently communicate with project inspectors, architects, engineers, clients, and the city, county, state, and federal representatives

Requirements: Looking for extremely task-oriented leaders that execute every task to their highest potential. If you are prior military with experience in demolition, then this is definitely an opportunity worth pursuing.
• COVID-19 vaccine is NOT required
• Bachelor’s in Engineering, Business, or military background equivalent
• Experience in Project Management
• Knowledge of Scheduling Software; Primavera is Preferred
• Working knowledge of contract and municipal law is preferred
• Knowledge of hazardous materials and hazardous communication is preferred
• OHSA 30 required

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Junior Demolition Estimator
Position ID: # EB-5614659812
Date Posted: 12/27/2021 9:56:44 AM
Location: Buffalo, NY
Salary: $45,000 - $65,000

Job Description

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Orion Talent, the nation’s largest military recruiting firm, is currently recruiting transitioning or former military professionals for an Industrial/Energy Sector Demolition Junior Estimator

Position Details:
Location: Buffalo, NY
Compensation: $45K-$65K depending on experience
• Per diem is offered for this position
• Company cards are given for expenses based upon qualification level
• Medical, vision, and dental insurance plans offered after 3 months of employment
• PTO offered after 6 months of employment
• Simple IRA plan – You are eligible to enroll after 1 year from January 1st
• Paid holidays

Travel: This position is based in Buffalo, NY and you will be traveling to sites to make estimates within the area 100% of the time. You will be traveling to different sites across the nation 30% of the time. Traveling outside of the area will be 1-3 days at a time depending on project location and size.

Position Description: Industrial/Energy Sector Demolition Junior Estimator
You will have the opportunity to work closely with the demolition team by traveling to jobsites and assisting in the preparation of competitive job estimates by assisting in interpreting drawings and bid documents to ultimately perform take offs for labor, equipment, and materials. You will work directly under and report to the senior estimators and project management team.

Daily Duties:
• You will work with the business development team and project manager on projects to bid
• Review all bids with upper management prior to submission
• Generate a technical presentation for clients while working hand in hand with the business development director
• Assist in the prequalification and procurement process
• Perform all aspects of estimating including selection of proper equipment, staffing/resource need, establishing production rates, and obtain vendor and subcontractor quotations
• Attend pre-bid meetings to familiarize yourself with the job site conditions as necessary
• Review and evaluate project specifications to determine proper materials, applications, and scope of work
• Complete quantity takeoffs and summations of materials
• Initiate appropriate correspondence with the customers, clarify vague and unclear statements/specifications prior to finalizing takeoff
• Prepare and submit proposals for assigned projects
• Quantify takeoffs and unit price labor and materials according to plans/specs
• Generate quotes from subcontractors / suppliers

Requirements: Looking for extremely task-oriented leaders that execute every task to their highest potential. If you are prior military with experience in demolition, then this is definitely an opportunity worth pursuing.
• COVID-19 vaccine is NOT required
• Working knowledge of commercial and industrial construction
• Working knowledge of construction-related software (BlueBeam, Microsoft projects, etc.)

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Demolition Superintendent
Position ID: # EB-2016378846
Date Posted: 12/27/2021 9:50:44 AM
Location: Buffalo, NY
Salary: $85,000 - $120,000

Job Description

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Orion Talent, the nation’s largest military recruiting firm, is currently recruiting transitioning or former military professionals for an Industrial/Energy Sector Demolition Superintendent

Position Details:
Location: Buffalo, NY
Compensation: $85K-$120K depending on experience
• Per diem is offered for this position
• Company cards are given for expenses based upon qualification level
• Medical, vision, and dental insurance plans offered after 3 months of employment
• PTO offered after 6 months of employment
• Simple IRA plan – You are eligible to enroll after 1 year from January 1st
• Paid holidays

Travel: 99% travel – you will be assigned to a specific job site within the nation in which you will be staffed between 6 months and 2 years at a time. You will have the ability to return home on weekends.

Position Description: Industrial/Energy Sector Demolition Superintendent
You will have the opportunity to work closely with the demolition team by traveling to jobsites preparing competitive job estimates by interpreting drawings and bid documents to ultimately perform take offs for labor, equipment, and materials.

Daily Duties:
• Understand and navigate the needs of the company’s management team as well as specific client needs, while simultaneously pushing the safety and quality of work to achieve project scheduling milestones
• Responsible for the overall safety of the construction project that you will be supervising with support of our corporate Health & Safety Director and on-site Safety Coordinator
• Manage field crew from entry to senior levels, ranging from equipment operators, laborers, carpenters, welders, and subcontractors
• Forecast project schedule, material, labor and equipment demands
• Attend and participate in client required project meetings and lead daily project safety meetings
• Prioritize demolition phases and tasks
• Implement work objectives within budget constraints
• Ensure that work product follows specified quality standards
• Elaborate upon project demands in front of large and small groups

Requirements: Looking for extremely task-oriented leaders that execute every task to their highest potential. If you are prior military with experience in demolition, then this is definitely an opportunity worth pursuing.
• COVID-19 vaccine is NOT required
• At least 5 years of work experience as a Construction Supervisor or military background equivalent
• Strong background in selective bridge demolition with use of heavy equipment or military background equivalent
• Proven successful project history displaying achievements of safety, schedule, cost management and quality
• Experience leading multiple teams
• Ability to read and interpret construction drawings and specifications
• Must pass a background check and pre-employment screening
• Valid Driver’s License

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Database Engineer
Position ID: # EB-1145882622
Date Posted: 12/27/2021 7:19:38 AM
Location: Burr Ridge, IL
Salary: $100,000 - $130,000
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IT Product Manager
Position ID: # EB-3332272385
Date Posted: 12/27/2021 7:12:50 AM
Location: Burr Ridge, IL
Salary: $100,000 - $130,000
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Modernization Superintendent
Position ID: # EB-3128194320
Date Posted: 12/23/2021 2:39:13 PM
Location: Columbus, OH
Salary: $60,000 - $80,000

Job Description

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Orion Talent, the nation’s largest military recruiting firm, is currently recruiting transitioning or former military professionals for a Modernization Superintendent

Position Details:
Location: Columbus, OH
Supervisory: Number of direct & indirect reports varies by functional area and position.
Travel: Around Columbus, OH – up to 3-hour radius / Monday through Friday / Friday is usually an admin day
Salary: $60K-$80K base initially + up to 25% bonus X2 annually + a solid relocation package + brand new company car + laptop + cell phone + insurance + gas paid First year W2 = $110K+

Position Description: Modernization Superintendent
Responsible for successfully managing modernization projects and crews so that jobs are completed timely and profitably, and the department continues to grow in volume and meets or exceeds the annual budgetary plan.
Essential duties and responsibilities:
• Supervises modernization field employees by providing direction and training, and communicating company policies, procedures, and objectives. Includes hiring, and supervising performance management and progressive discipline.
• Administers company safety program. Includes performing safety audits as required and when necessary and stressing the importance of safety to all employees.
• Plans, directs and prioritizes elevator modernization projects and manpower needs; utilizes project management software and other scheduling tools.
• Uses accounting reports and programs to review job status to identify risk and opportunity. This includes properly reporting fade issues prior to revenue.
• Manages jobsites from survey through the completion of the modernization process documenting and advising on modernization project progress for work not included. Includes trouble-shooting problems with mechanics, performing quality audits and meeting with customers to review progress.
• Manages subcontractor schedule and performance on turn-key projects.
• Develops and maintains strong working relationships with owner, elevator consultants, and architects.
• Identifies, reviews and signs off on change orders, purchase orders, elevator turnover authorizations, accounts receivable, write-offs, credits and other necessary approvals.
• Maintains up-to-date knowledge of all federal, state and local elevator industry code requirements.
• Maintains strong familiarity of company Standard Operating Procedures and products by attending company training classes, utilizing the SOP document library, and reviewing factory equipment updates and supplier goods; Interfaces with corporate departments, including the factory, coordination, and labor, and consults with the Regional Operations Team.
• Mediates and resolves complaints and problems of external and internal customers. Includes meeting with local business agents to resolve issues involving union employees.
• Determines what materials need to be ordered for job completion, and coordinates and arranges for sub-contracting portions of job.
• Makes weekly crew visits and day one visits to manage safety, site activities and progress of employees and customer; documenting finding

Requirements: Bachelor’s Degree with significant management and execution experience is required (with minimum GPA of 3.0 preferred) for these positions. MBA or advanced degree and/or PMP certification or the equivalent is a plus. Typically, military officers who have aligned experience leading technical military operations, inspections, audits, compliance, programs, projects perform exceptionally well in this role leveraging an OPS focused background. Very focused on candidates who have a history of “break-out” performance, both personally and as part of winning teams. Candidates must be extremely customer service oriented and maintain the highest levels of moral courage and conviction. Ideal candidates will be technical leaders with experience in the mechanical field, analytical operational thinkers with a passion for “systems-oriented” and strategic-level thinking, with excellent organization.
• General management skills: or general business knowledge normally acquired though a bachelor’s degree; or two years’ experience managing on a branch departmental level; or equivalent combination of education and experience
• Ability to write reports, contract proposals and business correspondence
• Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from management and customers
• Ability to define problems collect data, establish facts and draw valid conclusions
• Ability to interpret an extensive variety of technical instructions in mathematical or diagram form, and deal with several abstract and concrete variables

Benefits: Offers a tremendous benefits package: flexible Medical/Dental plans; life insurance; paid prescription coverage; and an outstanding 401k 5% match, health and wellness plans, paid holidays annually, 3 weeks PTO, and much more.

DOES NOT require the COVID vaccine at this time.

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Student Veterans – Account Executive Careers
Position ID: # EB-6830619244
Date Posted: 12/22/2021 6:44:48 PM
Location: San Diego, CA

Job Description

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Orion Talent, the nation’s largest military career placement firm, is currently seeking upcoming college graduates or recent graduates with a military background for Account Executive positions in our San Diego office. This is an internal sales position that involves identifying and working closely with America’s leading companies, assisting them in hiring military veterans. Your job is to uncover companies that are hiring either now or in the future, or that need some consulting advice in developing smarter hiring programs. This position requires you to build relationships with these client companies by providing the Orion standard in customer service. Essential functions include:

• Identifying prospective clients through industry research, cold-calling, education / selling, follow-up communication, professional networking, on-site presentations, etc.
• Becoming knowledgeable of and selling Orion’s vast array of recruiting and placement services
• Negotiating client service contracts.
• Developing accounts and delivering superb customer service.
• Screening candidates and preparing them for interviews.

You must be persuasive, persistent, and honest throughout the entire sales process. Though you will be given some industry targets to call, you will be responsible for new business development within your territory and given a lot of autonomy in how you develop it. You will receive one week of intensive, interactive sales training at the Corporate HQ in Raleigh, NC within your first month of employment, and Orion will help in targeting certain industries, providing call lists, and making sure you have the professional skills to be successful in your career.

Position Details:

Salary: Orion is focused on offering “fair market value” salaries while developing its Sales employees in a competitive job market. We believe in fostering a true team environment and promoting both retention and personal (as well as professional) growth. Therefore, you will be paid on a competitive “base salary plus performance bonus” model during the first 5-6 months of employment in order to allow you to live comfortably while developing substantial business activity. At approximately the 6 month mark, you will transition to a “lower base salary plus commission” pay structure, with no realistic cap on earnings. You will not be put on 100% Commission with draw income at Orion, which is a standard compensation package with many other sales and recruiting firms.

Benefits: Orion offers an industry-standard, comprehensive benefits package to include medical / dental / vision insurance (HSA and PPO options); 401k; life insurance; ADD/STD/LTD; 2 weeks of vacation time; etc. Perhaps more importantly, however, are the “intangible” benefits:
• The opportunity to help other Veterans like yourself find new careers.
• Working in an organization that embraces the highest levels of moral fortitude and integrity.
• Being part of the ONLY team-structured recruiting firm of our kind.
• The most tenured candidate recruiting team in the military recruiting industry to support you.
• Ability to run your own daily schedule.
• “Business Casual” attire in the workplace (professional attire when interacting with clients and/or candidates).
• Great work-life balance (this is a FUN place to work, and you are surrounded by other military Veterans – so there is still a great sense of camaraderie in the office).
• KNOWING you are on the #1 team in this industry.
• Rewards / other incentive programs to foster competitive spirit and fun.

Travel Requirements: Occasional travel required (~15% - 20%). You will be expected to travel in support of 7 to 8 Regional Hiring Conferences per year and to client sites as required in support of business development and new sales initiatives, customer service, etc.

Shift Work: Standard 40-hr work week (~8a to 5p M-F)

Career Progression: Orion is an organization that values hard work, loyalty, and drive to succeed, and encourages entrepreneurial personal growth. If your desire and effort are there, you can grow professionally in several different directions. Top performing Account Executives are eligible for entrance into Orion’s Partner Mentorship Program at the 3-yr mark, after which opportunities can exist in Regional Sales Management, Strategic Account Management, New Business Development, etc.

Requirements: This job requires a military background, excellent presentation skills, high energy and drive, and a strong will to overcome any obstacle. This is a fast-paced industry and a demanding environment, so in order to be successful in this position you must have top-notch time management and organizational skills as well, and be able to multi-task effectively. You must be relentless in your efforts to break new accounts and develop business, and be fearless in cold-calling to personnel at all levels within an organization.

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Student Veterans – Account Executive Careers
Position ID: # EB-1185949783
Date Posted: 12/22/2021 6:44:40 PM
Location: Cincinnati, OH

Job Description

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Orion Talent, the nation’s largest military career placement firm, is currently seeking upcoming college graduates or recent graduates with a military background for Account Executive positions in our Cincinnati office. This is an internal sales position that involves identifying and working closely with America’s leading companies, assisting them in hiring military veterans. Your job is to uncover companies that are hiring either now or in the future, or that need some consulting advice in developing smarter hiring programs. This position requires you to build relationships with these client companies by providing the Orion standard in customer service. Essential functions include:

• Identifying prospective clients through industry research, cold-calling, education / selling, follow-up communication, professional networking, on-site presentations, etc.
• Becoming knowledgeable of and selling Orion’s vast array of recruiting and placement services
• Negotiating client service contracts.
• Developing accounts and delivering superb customer service.
• Screening candidates and preparing them for interviews.

You must be persuasive, persistent, and honest throughout the entire sales process. Though you will be given some industry targets to call, you will be responsible for new business development within your territory and given a lot of autonomy in how you develop it. You will receive one week of intensive, interactive sales training at the Corporate HQ in Raleigh, NC within your first month of employment, and Orion will help in targeting certain industries, providing call lists, and making sure you have the professional skills to be successful in your career.

Position Details:

Salary: Orion is focused on offering “fair market value” salaries while developing its Sales employees in a competitive job market. We believe in fostering a true team environment and promoting both retention and personal (as well as professional) growth. Therefore, you will be paid on a competitive “base salary plus performance bonus” model during the first 5-6 months of employment in order to allow you to live comfortably while developing substantial business activity. At approximately the 6 month mark, you will transition to a “lower base salary plus commission” pay structure, with no realistic cap on earnings. You will not be put on 100% Commission with draw income at Orion, which is a standard compensation package with many other sales and recruiting firms.

Benefits: Orion offers an industry-standard, comprehensive benefits package to include medical / dental / vision insurance (HSA and PPO options); 401k; life insurance; ADD/STD/LTD; 2 weeks of vacation time; etc. Perhaps more importantly, however, are the “intangible” benefits:
• The opportunity to help other Veterans like yourself find new careers.
• Working in an organization that embraces the highest levels of moral fortitude and integrity.
• Being part of the ONLY team-structured recruiting firm of our kind.
• The most tenured candidate recruiting team in the military recruiting industry to support you.
• Ability to run your own daily schedule.
• “Business Casual” attire in the workplace (professional attire when interacting with clients and/or candidates).
• Great work-life balance (this is a FUN place to work, and you are surrounded by other military Veterans – so there is still a great sense of camaraderie in the office).
• KNOWING you are on the #1 team in this industry.
• Rewards / other incentive programs to foster competitive spirit and fun.

Travel Requirements: Occasional travel required (~15% - 20%). You will be expected to travel in support of 7 to 8 Regional Hiring Conferences per year and to client sites as required in support of business development and new sales initiatives, customer service, etc.

Shift Work: Standard 40-hr work week (~8a to 5p M-F)

Career Progression: Orion is an organization that values hard work, loyalty, and drive to succeed, and encourages entrepreneurial personal growth. If your desire and effort are there, you can grow professionally in several different directions. Top performing Account Executives are eligible for entrance into Orion’s Partner Mentorship Program at the 3-yr mark, after which opportunities can exist in Regional Sales Management, Strategic Account Management, New Business Development, etc.

Requirements: This job requires a military background, excellent presentation skills, high energy and drive, and a strong will to overcome any obstacle. This is a fast-paced industry and a demanding environment, so in order to be successful in this position you must have top-notch time management and organizational skills as well, and be able to multi-task effectively. You must be relentless in your efforts to break new accounts and develop business, and be fearless in cold-calling to personnel at all levels within an organization.

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