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G.I. JOBS | SEPTEMBER 2018 | GIJOBS.COM 20 20 FAMILY FRIENDLY The telecom industry also boasts some of the country's top Military Friendly ® Employers, such as T-Mobile, Teleperformance and Verizon * . If you want to score a civilian career while you're still in the military, many of these companies offer you the flexibility to do just that. And because most are nationwide, you can relocate and remain with the same company. What's more, telecom organizations are, more and more, extending their Military Friendly ® programs and perks not just to vets, but to their spouses and families, too. LONG-TERM COMMITMENT Verizon, our 2018 Military Friendly ® Company of the Year, already employs more than 11,000 service members, veterans and reservists, and leverages special military and military-spouse hiring programs aimed at recruiting thousands more. "We recognize that being the spouse of a military person can be very challenging from an employment perspective," explained Amber Brown, director of talent acquisition at Teleperformance. "To help address these challenges, we launched the Military Spouse Work at Home Project, which offers positions that allow military spouses to work from home, with flexible schedules based on the unique military lifestyle. In the event of a PCS move, we work with the spouse to transition the job to the next duty station." "We continue to see opportunities to place veterans across our business, especially in customer-facing roles and those related to technology such as cybersecurity and enterprise sales," said Tommy Jones, leader of Verizon's Military Recruitment Team. You already know your skills and experience are a match for telecom. Now turn the page to learn more about the types of jobs available to you and find out which ones align with your career interests and aspirations! Tommy Jones Senior Manager, Talent Acquisition/Military Programs Verizon Army veteran You will repair, install or maintain mobile or stationary radio transmitting, broadcasting and receiving equipment, and two-way radio communications systems used in cellular telecommunications, mobile broadband, ship-to-shore, aircraft- to-ground communications, and radio equipment in service and emergency vehicles. You may also test and analyze network coverage. You'll need to know how to read blueprints and be comfortable climbing equipment or structures. COMMUNICATIONS TOWER & EQUIPMENT TECHNICIAN HOT JOB IN TELECOM G.I. JOBS | SEPTEMBER 2018 | GIJOBS.COM High school diploma or equivalent 2-4% growth through 2026 $55,060 MEDIAN SALARY *Company is a paid advertiser in this issue.

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