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Troops to Energy Jobs

Troops to Energy Jobs
Troops to Energy Jobs

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About Troops to Energy Jobs

The Troops to Energy Jobs Initiative is designed to help veterans and members of the National Guard and Reserves make a successful transition to a rewarding career in the energy industry. The interactive Roadmap will guide you step-by-step in transferring your military training to a new energy job, identifying any additional education and credentials you may need, and supporting you in your job search.

Veterans Registration Site

Veterans register by submitting their basic information and uploading a resume. Energy companies can search the Registration Site to find veterans interested in energy jobs in their service area.

Job Posting Site

The site allows you to search energy industry jobs postings, which are uploaded daily. You can search by company name, job, location, and even MOS.

Virtual Career Coach

The Troops to Energy Jobs virtual career coach is easily reachable by email. The virtual career coach can help you develop your resume, practice your interviewing skills, and answer questions about working in the energy industry.

Energy Career Opportunities for Military Spouses

If you are a military spouse or the domestic partner of a military professional, the energy industry may offer just the employment opportunities you are seeking.

It’s no secret, energy companies actively recruit veterans because of particular aptitudes and skill sets they offer, including leadership, adaptability, initiative and drive, and more. Many of these skill sets, and others, are also readily found in military spouses.

For instance, we recognize military spouses are also adaptable. They are comfortable with change, and often embrace it with humor and grace.  Statistics show that military spouses are often under-employed and have tremendous experience to share with organizations looking for part-time help and full-time employees, who may only be available for a two to four-year span. The strengths military spouses offer in flexibility, problem-solving, multi-tasking, and networking are admirable to many corporate recruiters.
In some ways, working in the energy industry is a lot like being part of the military community. Energy companies safeguard America’s infrastructure and ensure its reliability. They often operate with a family-like spirit, in large towns and rural communities. They require a diverse team of people, each with specialized skill sets, to ensure objectives are met. And of course, they thrive on a commitment of service to their people, communities, and the country.

One additional benefit is that many energy companies have service territories across the United States, offering flexibility to military spouse who may need to relocate when their spouse is called upon to relocate.

If you are looking to do meaningful work in an important industry and feel proud of the contribution you are making, consider a career in energy. With six million men and women working in the sector, there really are opportunities for everyone. We need those with technical and engineering strengths.

We are always hiring professionals to support the business of energy, in accounting, HR, marketing, legal, communication, training, customer service, and the like. The industry seeks those with experience, but is also ready to train those who have interest and aptitude.

Search our job board to see what opportunities might be right for you. Discover why so many military families find career opportunities in energy.

Apprenticeships in the Energy Industry

The energy industry offers a host of apprenticeship programs that prepare men and women for dynamic, rewarding, and well-paying careers that power life. Our professionals are problem solvers and critical thinkers who serve on the front lines of the country’s clean energy transition. They are first responders who rebuild infrastructure and restore power following storms and natural disasters and they protect and maintain the electric grid that is essential to the way we live. These professionals are highly trained, highly skilled, and proud of the impact their work has on communities across the country. And they are in high demand! The industry expects to fill 215,000 positions over the next three years alone.

Apprenticeships are a critical component of the doors that are opening for a new energy workforce in need of training, skills development, mentoring, and on-the-job training.

There are HUNDREDS of apprenticeships that are available in the energy industry. We need thinkers and tinkerers. We need outdoor enthusiasts, doers, gadgeteers, creators, and fixers. We need men and women who like heights and those who prefer to work underground, and we need those who bring a host of other talents to America’s electric grid. Which apprenticeship is right for you?

  • Cable Splicer
  • Corrosion-Control Fitter
  • Electrical Meter Technician
  • Electrician
  • Engineering Technician
  • Estimator
  • Gas Control Technician
  • Gas Meter Mechanic
  • Gas Pipefitter
  • Gas System Operator
  • Horizontal Directional Drilling
  • Hydro Electrician
  • Hydro Stationary Engineer
  • Lineworker
  • Line Erector
  • Meter Technician
  • Power Distributor and Dispatcher (Switchboard Operator [Utility])
  • Power Plant Instrument and Control Technician
  • Power Plant Operator
  • Power Plant Control Room Operator
  • Relay Technician
  • Substation Technician
  • Substation Apparatus Technician
  • Telecommunication Technician/Electronics Technician
  • Transmission System Operator
  • Utilities Locator
  • Utility Service Specialist

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