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Opportunities for Veterans

Skills learned in the military really matter at Siemens

Our commitment to hiring military Veterans

Siemens USA is actively creating job opportunities for America’s Veterans. We salute them for a job well done by helping them succeed as they return to the civilian workforce.
Our Veterans possess exactly what’s needed in this moment of digital transformation. Not only do they have strong technical skills and leadership experience, but they know what it’s like to advance a mission bigger than themselves. At Siemens, our mission is to serve society. And so, we’re thankful for the Veterans who’ve joined our team.
Barbara Humpton, Siemens USA CEO

Veterans who found the right role at Siemens

Veterans always bring major skills to a job, but company culture counts for a lot, too. Many former military people—Navy, Army, Air Force, Marines, National Guard, and U.S. Coast Guard—find Siemens USA to be the right fit for their style, outlook, and approach to work. Give a listen to what some of your fellow Veterans say:

Resources for job-seeking Veterans

In addition to the Siemens USA jobs page—see the orange button in the banner, above—here are a number of resources for military Veterans who are on the job market. And if you’re not yet ready to apply for job, then please join one of our Talent Communities and apply when you’re ready: Active Military/Veterans Talent. Military Spouses Talent. Student Veterans Talent.

DOD SkillBridge: Offered through the Department of Defense, SkillBridge offers service members opportunities to gain valuable civilian work experience through training, apprenticeships, or internships during the last 180 days of service, connecting them with potential employers in specific industries.

 

Training with Industry (TWI): Offered through the Army Acquisition Corps to skilled officers in grades O3 to O5, TWI is a work-experience program designed to provide selected offers with exposure to corporate managerial techniques and industrial procedures.

 

U.S. Vets: This non-governmental organization offers a variety of services to Veterans in need. Its Career Centers and career counseling services help Veterans learn how to turn their military experience into employment opportunities with civilian employers. U.S. Vets also has multiple relationships with large employers that seek to hire Veterans, and its career services can help Veterans through the job search and placement process with such employers.

 

Google Cloud Talent Solution: A new feature in Google’s Cloud Talent Solution supports job searching using U.S. military occupational specialty codes (MOS, AFSC, or NEC). A Veteran or service member who searches on a job board powered by Cloud Talent Solution can type in their code and Cloud Talent Solution will generate a list of civilian jobs that best align with the user’s skills gained in the service.

 

 

Siemens Veterans Network

Former and active military people at the company are often involved in the Siemens Veterans Network (SVN). The SVN is an employee resource group for military Veterans, active reservists from both foreign and domestic services, military spouses/partners, families and allies. SVN is open to all employees regardless of Veteran status.

 

Over the years, SVN has grown to include over 550 Veterans and their allies and is still growing. SVN’s mission is to provide an environment at Siemens that recognizes and exemplifies the value that our Veterans bring to the organization, while expanding the Veteran workforce through organizational awareness.

 

Were you to find a role at Siemens, you would also have in SVN a Veterans/military community already built into the company, where you could find support, mentorship, and a way to network across the whole of the company. 

Siemens Recognitions in the Employment of Veterans

Siemens is proud to be recognized for our engagement with Veterans who are seeking employment and our hiring history with this group of highly talented people. Such citations confirm for us that we’re doing the right thing—and we’ll keep doing it.