Multi-Agency Veterans Hiring Event
The U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) has more than 55,000 employees and oversees air, maritime, and surface transportation. The top priorities at DOT are to keep the traveling public safe and secure, increase their mobility, and have the transportation system contribute to the nation’s economic growth. DOT continues to honor its commitment to ensure that America maintains the safest, most efficient transportation system in the world!
Come Join Us! We will be hosting a special Multi-Agency Veterans Hiring Event exclusively for “military veterans (including woman and disabled veterans).”
- Meet Hiring Managers, Subject Matter Experts, HR Directors, HR Specialists, Agency Recruiters.
- Chat with representatives from the DOT Disability Resources Center (DRC)
Federal Partners – Our federal partners from the U.S. Departments of Transportation (including FAA), Treasury, and Energy will be on-site to meet veteran job seekers and showcase their job vacancies.
“ALL Non-Competitive Job Postings for the July 15, 2015 hiring event are featured here: 2015 Veterans Non-Competitive Postings.
Submission Deadline: The deadline for submitting your electronic resume packages (including supporting documentation required) is: July 31, 2015.
“Virtual How To Apply” Instructions are available under each job posting.”
The following two Special Hiring Flexibilities will be used for this event:
For more information, visit the OPM Vet Guide
- July 15, 2015 - Workshop, “On-boarding for Military Veterans and the Military Buyback Program”
- July 15, 2015 - Webinar, “Montgomery GI Bill Education Benefits”
- July 15, 2015 - Webinar, “e-Benefits (Resume Database & Military Translator)
- July 15, 2015 - Workshop, A Day In The Life of an Airway Transportation Systems Specialist (ATSS)
For more information on this hiring event:
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Veteran Employment Initiative
President Obama's Order 13518 on the Employment of Veterans in the Federal Government established the Veterans Employment Initiative to increase the number of veterans employed by the Federal Government through "proactive" recruitment initiatives, programs, strategies, partnerships, and skills development and training.
DOT Creates Portal for Veterans Seeking to Transition to Transportation Jobs
Many veterans already have the skills that would allow them to transition to this industry. The new site, and partnership between DOT and Veterans Affairs (VA), guides veterans to jobs in five categories: aviation pilot, aviation maintenance technician, air traffic controller, commercial motor vehicle driver, and emergency medical services.