“Our organization is honored to exclusively partner with U.S. Army Human Resources Command and the Soldier for Life Army Transition Assistance Program to serve as the primary employment transition resource for Army soldiers, veterans and families,” said Bradley-Morris/RecruitMilitary CEO Tim Best.
NORFOLK, Va. (PRWEB) April 06, 2020
Bradley-Morris/RecruitMilitary, the country’s leading company connecting organizations with military trained talent, announced today its appointment by the United States Army Human Resources Command to provide employment services and resources through the Army Transition Assistance Program (TAP) to support America’s transitioning soldiers, members of the Army National Guard and Army Reserve, Army alumni (Veterans) and all Army spouses.
Through this newly formed coalition, Bradley-Morris/RecruitMilitary and the United States Army Human Resources Command will provide a more robust approach to supporting the career transition needs of America’s soldiers, veterans and their families. The mission of this program is to connect the U.S. Army community with employers to find meaningful career options through a variety of channels that include: the world's largest veteran only job board, hiring events (both physical and virtual), digital information resources and interactive exchanges with recruiting professionals. Transitioning soldiers will benefit most from the company’s services that deliver live and direct digital engagement with employers, as well as practical advice from recruiting professionals who are veterans and have already experienced the military to civilian career transition.
The 29-year-old company supports U.S. businesses with the tools and resources needed to build military hiring initiatives by educating employers and providing them with the means to hire highly qualified soldiers. The organization simultaneously supports military trained talent by providing the resources to successfully research, identify and prepare for career opportunities, as well as facilitating meaningful connections to employers seeking the military trained skill set.
Bradley-Morris/RecruitMilitary operates on a foundation of experience; more than 60 percent of its workforce are military veterans with 35 percent of the company’s staff specifically identified as Army veterans or current members of the Army Guard/Reserve. No other organization is better suited to answer the call to action for America’s Army service members and veterans.
“Our organization is honored to exclusively partner with U.S. Army Human Resources Command and the Soldier for Life Army Transition Assistance Program to serve as the primary employment transition resource for Army soldiers, veterans and families,” said Bradley-Morris/RecruitMilitary CEO Tim Best, a former U.S. Army Special Forces attack helicopter pilot. “The skill sets of military trained talent never waiver in demand. Employers are seeking these individuals and it’s our mission to connect those who are ready to transition to civilian employment in the most effective, meaningful and successful way. We are grateful for the confidence that the Army Human Resources Command has placed in our brand, and for the support we received from our proposal writing partners at GEN4 Services, LLC.”
To learn more about resources available through U.S. Army Human Resources Command and Soldier for Life, visit http://www.sfl-tap.army.mil.
To learn more about Bradley-Morris/RecruitMilitary’s employment resources visit http://www.recruitmilitary.com/army.
About Bradley-Morris and Subsidiaries
Bradley-Morris (http://www.bradley-morris.com), the largest military-focused recruiting company in the U.S., offers employers access to more than 1.2 million military job seekers via services that include contingency recruiting as well as a job board, virtual and in-person military job fairs and employer branding via its RecruitMilitary (http://www.recruitmilitary.com) subsidiary. Bradley-Morris' MBA Veterans Network (http://www.mbaveterans.com) is the nation’s leading military and MBA diversity conference, connecting military veteran students from top MBA programs with employers. Their ExecuVets subsidiary program (http://www.execuvets.com) connects employers with executive track veteran talent.
About the Army Transition Assistance Program
The Army Transition Assistance Program (TAP) is a commanders program that provides transition assistance services to eligible Soldiers, Department of the Army Civilians, Family members and caregivers of wounded, injured, and ill Soldiers. TAP is mandated by Congress and embedded in Army and DoD policy.