Discover simple ways to make your job descriptions veteran friendly.
Job descriptions can be a barrier for service members to apply for jobs they are actually well qualified for. Help break down this barrier by writing a job description that speaks in their communication style and reflects their values and priorities.
The job summary is the first impression a veteran will get of your company and the open position. A great job summary will help a veteran feel like his service and experience is relevant and that he or she is qualified for and capable of performing the job.
Key phrases and words can make all the difference in sparking an interest in a veteran, transitioning service member, member of the guard or reserve or military spouses and to get them to apply for the position. Read this blog to find some great examples you can use.
Veterans may have military certifications that allow them to use their equivalent training and experience to acquire a civilian certification with little additional effort.
Keep these tips in mind when listing education requirements.