Veteran-first opportunities

As a U.S. military veteran, you were arguably part of the best-trained workforce in the world. Your time in the military service has given you highly sought-after skills and valuable experiences that translate to virtually any civilian career.

Taught to be hard-working, self-sufficient, proactive and loyal, you are exactly the type of candidate our savvy clients want and need to help them achieve their business goals.

Our clients have very high standards. We have been able to consistently meet and exceed their expectations because we have been providing them with access to military veterans for more than 37 years.

What you need to know

Learn more about military paper work, general info and occupation Codes

Every veteran knows the value of his or her DD214 (Report of Separation) or DD2586 (Verification of Military Experience and Training) for VA-related purposes. These documents are also important as you prepare to enter the civilian workforce. Make sure you have copies of your DD214 and DD2586 to show CPI or your new employer.

For Army and Marine Corps veterans, the CPI defense recruitment team will review your Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) code in order to match your associated skills and experience with potential civilian employment opportunities.

For United States Air Force veterans, the CPI defense recruitment team will review your Air Force Specialty Code (AFSC) in order to match your associated skills and experience with potential civilian employment opportunities.

For Navy veterans, the CPI defense recruitment team will review your General Rating/Service Rating and Navy Enlisted Classification (NEC) in order to match your associated skills and experience with potential civilian employment opportunities.

For United States Coast Guard veterans, the CPI defense recruitment team will review your rating (general occupations which consist of specific skills and abilities) in order to match your associated skills and experience with potential civilian employment opportunities.

In addition to the skills, experience and specialized talent that you will bring to your new employer, did you know that many businesses are eligibility to receive a substantial tax credit for giving veterans a job? It’s called the Returning Heroes Tax Credit. CPI participates in the WOTC program.

Ready to get started?

Our veteran-led CPI team can help you translate your military job code into civilian employment opportunities. To speak to an experienced defense recruiter, please call 1.877.427.4562 or send us an email.

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