The Hunter for Technicians and Leaders - December 2013

Wednesday, November 20, 2013

4 Steps to a Successful Interview

Most transitioning military personnel have never had to interview for a position. In the military, natural career progression and a demonstrated record of performance have dictated the particular jobs you have secured. Corporate America is different. In order to secure the position you are targeting, you must be able to convince an interviewer that your military experience and demonstrated track record of performance are a strong fit for their organization. The candidate who can best relate his or her background and strengths to an interviewer will be the one who gets the job.

In order to prepare for an interview, break it down into four parts and prepare for each section:

The First 5 Minutes - Introduction

Like the introduction to a paper, an introduction to an interview is critical. During the first five minutes, you will set the tone for your interview. Make a good first impression. Look sharp and present a professional image. Relax, smile, and remember your plan. Your resume got your foot in the door, now you must effectively show the interviewer why you are a fit for the position.

The Next 30 Minutes (The Body)

During the body of your interview, the interviewer will typically ask you a series of questions focusing on your qualifications, for approximately 20-30 minutes. Some questions are behavioral (looking for specific examples when you demonstrated a particular behavior), others may be company oriented to get a feel of how much you know about the position and industry. Your answers should highlight your qualifications, personality, and interest in the position you are interviewing for.

Wrapping it Up (The Conclusion)

You have just completed answering a series of questions focusing on your qualifications, and now it is time to wrap up the interview. At this point, the interviewer is going to give you the opportunity to ask some questions. You must ask questions. Questions equal interest in the minds of an interviewer, and are a critical component of your interview. Formulate three to five well-thought-out questions that show that you are prepared, demonstrate genuine interest in the position, and set you up for your close.

Closing the Interview

“The Close” is a term used to describe the process of gaining some form of commitment from the prospective customer. In this case, the interviewer is the customer. By paying attention and asking the appropriate questions, you should uncover the employer’s needs. The needs that you are able to satisfy, through the use of your talent, become potential benefits to the employer. Focus on those needs during your close.

To learn more about interviewing, click here.

Free Project Management Training and Career Transition Support for Veterans and Spouses in Washington, D.C.

Dixon Center, Orion International, McDermott Will & Emery LLP, and Efiia Cares are committed to supporting veterans and military families. We are pleased to announce an intensive project management (PM) training and career transition program for veterans and spouses starting in January 2014.

This program takes an integrated, holistic approach to training, education and transition, and is completely free of charge to Veterans, Veteran Spouses, and Active Duty Spouses.

The goal of the program is to enable participants to successfully transition into high-quality, executive-track positions in private sector project management and management consulting careers. The program includes the following:

  • Intensive classroom instruction on project management fundamentals
  • Group exercises and case studies
  • Public speaking and presentations
  • Resume writing support
  • Practice interview sessions
  • Ongoing mentoring and support
  • Training on management tools (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Project, iBooks, Prezi)

The program is targeted to participants with little or no project management experience. Participants will learn the fundamentals of project management, industry standards, and best practices based on real projects. Following a full day of intensive classroom instruction, participants will be able to get individualized support and mentoring throughout the year from experienced professionals.

The first class will be held on Saturday, January 25, from 9am – 5pm in downtown Washington, D.C. Additional classes will be offered throughout the year.

For more information about this program, please complete this form. If you have questions, please email Kelly O'Connor.

Military Hiring Conferences and Job Fairs: What's the Difference?

 

To veterans transitioning from the military, navigating the waters of the civilian job sector can be intimidating and confusing. Job applications, resume writing, and interview preparation are all arguably major pieces of the job search process, yet one of the activities that can offer the most success in finding a job after the military is a Hiring Conference or Job Fair.

While a hiring conference and a job fair may seem synonymous, they are very different. Click here to learn about the difference between a military hiring conference and a military job fair, and how a military hiring conference at Orion International can help your successful military to civilian job transition.

Military Professionals Guide Webinar Series

Attend our LinkedIn for Military Professionals Webinar on December 10!

Develop your LinkedIn profile so that recruiters and hiring managers can find you. Whether you've got 29 days or 3 years left in the uniform, having a professional LinkedIn profile is an essential part of your online visibility.

This webinar hosted by Orion recruiter Sultan Camp will help ensure that you can maximize all of your professional interactions and achieve critical career goals while gaining more visibility.

Click here to register.

Negotiating your Salary for Military Professionals on December 18

Gain a step by step guide to effective salary negotiation. Whether it’s the federal government, contracting or corporate employment, salary negotiation is at the heart of your transition. You must be able to negotiate your salary, understand it from the employer’s perspective, generate counter offers and select a number that benefits both sides. You will learn the context, techniques and approaches available to positively influence an outcome and to develop an effective salary range and strategy for any job offer.

Click here to register.

Job Seeker Success Story

Anthony Dante, Customer Support Engineer

I got out of the Navy in April 2010 and started working with a company in Salem, OR. But they went out of business after a year, so I started going to school. It wasn’t until June or July of this year that I began my job search.

My recruiter was Jay Koranda. He is awesome! I gave him a call and was literally flying to job conferences within a week. Being without a job, air travel and hotel were graciously covered. It’s obvious Orion has been doing this for a while, because my new job is a great fit.

I am currently a Customer Service Engineer and was a Nuclear Electricians Mate 2nd Class. There are many parallels between my job in the military and my new one. The military was great looking back. I may not have always enjoyed the deployments, but I wouldn’t have the confidence I do now or the technical background if it wasn’t for the Navy. I also gained confidence in learning completely new concepts, which has helped me immensely in my present position. I am expected to be able to repair and complete PMs, follow procedure (still very important), and generally be able to pick of the aspects of the job as soon as possible. The Navy was very helpful in preparing me for this.

At the time I was feeling antsy, because I needed a job really badly, but looking back it was really fast, especially considering the technical level of the position. This job is amazing. It’s challenging, and the people here are great. I look forward to going to work in the morning and getting to learn something new. I can look to anyone here for help on anything. This place is a real team. And the pay is great, also.

I thought the Orion process was perfect. While it was a pretty busy day having seven or more interviews, it definitely put us out there and let us see what jobs were available. It was a great experience. I have already recommended Orion to a few veterans I met who were looking for work and will continue to do so in the future. I am very thankful to Jay and the rest of the Orion team for all your help. This really feels like my "career," not just a job.

F-16 Aviation Positions in the United Arab Emirates

Orion is recruiting a large number of Aviation professionals who have recent experience in F-16 Aviation with an interest in working overseas. These are full-time permanent positions located in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), with authorized family accompaniment. We are hiring for many positions in a variety of fields. These include, but are not limited to:

  • AME I Level
  • APG
  • Avionics
  • Corrosion
  • I Level GSE
  • Electro - Environmental O Level
  • Electrical I Level
  • Engine I Level
  • Engines O Level
  • Fules
  • Life Support / Survival
  • Machinist
  • MSL
  • MOCC
  • O Level Weapons
  • Tool Room
  • Phase Maintenance
  • Scheduling
  • Wash Rack
  • Wheel / Tire

Salaries are tax-free, and range from $70k+ - $105k, with an excellent benefits package, including flights, healthcare, housing, and repatriation. 

To be qualified, you must have performed this work or similar on the F-16 platform within the last 3 years, and you must be able to show documented proof of experience (training certificates, DD-214, etc.).

Interview Details

December 9th - 10th - Salt Lake City, UT
December 12th - 13th - Las Vegas, NV
December 16th - 17th - Phoenix, AZ

Click here to learn more or apply.

Electrical Maintenance Technician Positions with a Worldwide Steel Manufacturer

Orion is currently recruiting for Electrical Maintenance Technician positions with a worldwide steel manufacturer. This is an excellent opportunity to use your military technician training, skillset, and experience to start or establish a great career with a leader in the steel industry

Locations: East Chicago, IN and Burns Harbor, IN

Salary: $65K - $75K, depending on the amount of overtime you work.

Shift Work: Yes, successful candidates must be able to work rotating shifts, weekends, and holidays. Shift work may encompass 8, 10, or 12-hour work shifts.

Requirements

  • 3 years electrical maintenance experience; completion of a certified training or apprenticeship program preferred
  • Must be competent in AC and DC industrial controls, automation systems and sensors, DC power converters, motor control and maintenance, and crane repair
  • Ability to install (including conduit bending and wiring installation), troubleshoot, and repair or adjust various types of electronic, electrical, mechanical, combustion, instrumentation or control systems, and related equipment is preferred
  • Knowledge of PLCs, AC and DC drives, the National Electric Code, and the ability to use electrical test equipment and computers is desired; Successful candidate may be required to perform maintenance on AC and DC power systems, up to and including 13.8KV
  • Excellent work attendance record, ability to report to work as scheduled, flexibility to work overtime as needed or directed

Click here to learn more.

Careers with ConocoPhillips

Orion International is currently recruiting for multiple career opportunities with ConocoPhillips, one of the world’s largest independent Exploration and Production companies based on proved reserves and production of liquids and natural gas. With over 17,000 employees worldwide ConocoPhillips is active in almost 30 countries.

ConocoPhillips explores for, produces, transports and markets crude oil, natural gas, natural gas liquids, liquefied natural gas and bitumen on a worldwide basis. Key focus areas include safely operating producing assets, executing existing major projects, and exploring for new resources in promising areas.

We are currently recruiting for:

  • I&E Technician, Farmington, NM

  • Network Analyst, Houston, TX
  • Rotating Equipment Supervisor, Farmington, NM
  • Compression Technician, Farmington, NM
  • Multi-Skilled Operator, Gulf of Mexico
  • Utility Person, Gulf of Mexico

  • Able-Bodied Seaman, Gulf of Mexico

  • Mess Person, Gulf of Mexico

Click here to learn more and apply to be considered.

Technical Careers with Siemens Corporation

 

Orion is currently recruiting for a large volume of technical positions across all segments of Siemens Corporation within the U.S.

Over the last ten years, Orion has placed over 520 former and transitioning military job seekers into great careers within Siemens divisions including Building Technologies, Water, Healthcare & Medical, Energy and Mobility. Siemens is ranked #47 on the Fortune Global 500, and # 1 on the Electronics and Electrical Equipment Industry list. Siemens is the second largest non-government employer in the world, reporting worldwide revenue exceeding $103 Billion in 2012.

Positions include:

  • Field Service and Field Operations;
  • Technical and Service Support;
  • Materials and Logistics;
  • Quality Assurance and Control;
  • Facilities and Project Engineering.

To be considered for these positions you must be a Military Technician with an Electronics, Electrical, HVAC or AC & R background.

Please visit us online if you are interested in learning more.

Wind Turbine Technician Careers with Gemini Energy Services

Gemini Energy Services, a Division of Orion International, is Seeking Wind Turbine Technicians for Traveling Field Technician Positions.

Gemini’s mission statement is to create solutions to complex wind turbine commissioning, operations, maintenance, service and installation challenges through a superior workforce, rigorous training, and safe operations.

Gemini has a focus on hiring former military men and women because of their highly technical backgrounds; they include avionics technicians, radar technicians, aviation electricians, electronics technicians, and more. Prior military technicians make ideal Gemini Turbine Technicians due to the similarities between their technical backgrounds (including component-level electronic and mechanical troubleshooting) and actual equipment within the industry. These skill sets are applicable and necessary because of the increasingly advanced equipment being installed as wind technology evolves.

Gemini's services to the wind industry include:

• Operations and Maintenance
• Commissioning
• Construction Support
• Major Component Changeout
• Warranty Services
• Remote Monitoring

Wind Turbine Technician Description:

This position is responsible for the installation, commissioning, and maintenance of wind turbine generators. You will perform testing, troubleshooting and repair of mechanical and electrical problems on variable pitch, variable speed turbines. You will assist in other areas of site construction, installation and commissioning as required and directed by designated site supervision.

Salary: $18/hour, plus overtime (average of 10-20 hrs of overtime per week when traveling).

Location: You can live anywhere in the United States within a reasonable distance to an airport.

Requirements: This position is a traveling position and you must be able to travel up to 6 weeks at a time and work up to 50-60 hours per week if needed, to meet project and maintenance schedules. You will perform weekend operations and repair of wind turbine generators as needed. You need the ability to consistently climb wind turbine towers up to 300 feet in height, up to 3 times a day.

Qualifications:

To perform the job successfully, the individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required:

  • Familiarity with Direct Current Electricity, Alternating Current Electricity and Electronics.
  • Familiarity with Voltage Testers, Multimeters, Amp Clamps, Oscilloscopes, Meghommeters, Infrared Testers, Voltage Test Procedures, Lock Out Tag Out, Electric Static Discharge (ESD), Hydraulics, Accumulator Charging, Crane Hand Signals, Soldering, Fasteners, Torquing, Hytorques, Fiber Optics, First Aid. 
  • Must have clean DMV record and ability to operate service trucks as required. 
  • Ability to train other employees in operations, maintenance & repair procedures. 
  • Ability to read, analyze, and interpret general business periodicals, professional journals, technical procedures, or governmental regulations. 
  • Ability to write reports, business correspondence, and procedure manuals. 
  • Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of managers, clients, customers, and the general public. 
  • Ability to define problems, collects data, establishes facts, and draw valid conclusions. 
  • Ability to interpret an extensive variety of technical instructions in mathematical or diagram form and deal with several abstract and concrete variables.

Click here to learn more.

Want to know more about Gemini? Connect with them online on Facebook, LinkedIn, & Twitter!

Technical Careers with Phillips 66


Orion is recruiting for a large number of technical positions with Phillips 66, an advantaged downstream energy company. This opportunity is brought to military veterans exclusively through Orion. Phillips 66 seeks strong former Military candidates with great leadership, solid education, great technical skills and relatable experience.

We are recruiting for the following positions at the San Francisco Refinery in Rodeo, CA:

  • Electrician
  • Machinist
  • Instrument Technician
  • Pipefitter

Please click here for more information.

Route Sales Representative Careers with Nestle Waters


Orion is recruiting for Route Sales Representatives with Nestle Waters, a bottled water division of the Nestle Group, a multinational food and beverage company. This is your chance to begin your civilian career with globally recognized company in the food and beverage industry.

These positions are located in Phoenix, AZ; Framingham, MA; Houston, TX; Dallas, TX; Lanham, MD; Dracut, MA; Syosset, NY; San Francisco, CA; Long Island City, NY; Oakland, CA; Elmsford, NY; Pennsauken, NJ; Jersey City, NJ; and Kearny, NJ.

We will be holding interviews for Route Sales Representative positions on the following dates:

  • Syosset, NY
    • November 21st, with field rides occurring on November 22nd
    • December 12th, with field rides occurring on December 13th
  • Long Island City, NY
    • December 5th, with field rides occurring on December 6th
  • Lanham, MD
    • November 21st, with field rides occurring on November 22nd
  • Woodridge, IL
    • November 21st, with field rides occurring on November 22nd

Click here to learn more.

Technical Positions with Honeywell


Orion is currently recruiting for a large volume of technical, engineering, operations, sales and project management positions for Honeywell within the U.S.

Technical Positions

  • Technician Support Specialist - Louisville, KY
  • Field Service Supervisor - Omaha, NE
  • Technical Opportunities - Nationwide

Interviews will be held in Minneapolis, MN on December 3rd for Field Service Supervisor & in Cincinnati on December 9th for Technician Support Specialist.

Click here to learn more.

Data Center Technician Careers with a Leading Global Provider of Online Services

Orion is currently recruiting for a large number of Data Center Technicians for a leading global provider of online services. This is your chance to begin your career with one of the world’s most recognized and respected companies.

As a Data Center Technician, you will be responsible for designing and operating some of the most sophisticated electrical and HVAC systems in the world. Responsibilities Include:

  • Operating, monitoring and supporting all facilities activity at the data centers
  • Taking ownership of the operation and maintenance of water pumps and treatment systems, HVAC, UPS, generators, electrical distribution and control and monitoring systems
  • Implementing best-in-class environmental practices
  • Bringing the ideas of the Data Center Engineers to life and developing creative approaches to reducing operational costs while improving efficiencies
  • Ensuring that problems are identified and repaired quickly, that contractors deliver quality services and preventive maintenance, and that safety measures are being performed
  • Responding to data center performance issues and outages to minimize recovery time from failures in emergency situations or abnormal conditions
  • Helping inspect, maintain and repair various data center systems (e.g., piping, cooling, and non-critical electrical system components)
  • Providing daily assistance to senior technicians by reading blueprints/schematics, conducting tours of systems and assessing their working order

Position Locations: Caldwell County, NC; Mayes County, OK; Council Bluffs, IA; The Dalles, OR; Berkeley County, SC. Learn more about position locations.

Salary: $55k-$65k, depending on experience.

Benefits: Full benefits, including potential bonus and stock grants.

Position Requirements:

  • Associate's degree, trade school certification or other verifiable training in a relevant technical field (in lieu of degree, 2 years of relevant work experience).
  • 2 years’ experience at journeyman or technician level in a critical environment, or 2 years of equivalent military related experience.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Universal Refrigerant Handler’s certification is preferred for mechanical applicants.
  • Data center, hospital or power plant experience is preferred.
  • Knowledge of the electrical and mechanical systems used in a data center environment, including: Feeders, Transformers, Generators, Switchgear, UPS systems, ATS/STS units, PDU/PMM units, Chillers, Air handling units and CRAC units.
  • Ability to communicate intelligently and effectively with contractors who perform maintenance or upgrade work on these systems.
  • Ability to learn quickly and address issues as they arise during normal working hours or when on-call.

Click here to learn more or apply.

Maintenance Positions with The Hershey Company

Orion has partnered with The Hershey Company, the #1 Chocolate Maker in the country, to offer outstanding career opportunities to Technicians seeking a rewarding career after the military. We are currently recruiting transitioning  Military Technicians for Maintenance Technician  and Maintenance Supervisor positions.

  • Maintenance Technicians install, maintain, diagnose, troubleshoot, repair, remove, and balance various mechanical and electrical equipment along with their associated utilities.
  • Maintenance Supervisors will independently propose, plan, and execute projects to eliminate the root cause of manufacturing problems; independently execute projects of extremely high complexity which have a large impact on the on the company's current and/or future business interests; handle projects dealing with software, hardware, or procedural nature relating to processes, equipment or people.

To learn more about these positions, please click here.

Careers with PCC Forged Products

Orion is currently recruiting for PCC Forged Products. Under its Forged Products division, PCC is the world-leading producer of complex forgings and high-performance nickel-based alloys and super alloys for aerospace, power generation, and general industrial applications.

Positions:

  • Maintenance Supervisor (Click here for more info.)
  • Operations Supervisor (Click here for more info.)

We are currently recruiting for positions in these locations:

  • Houston, TX
  • Grafton, MA
  • Monroe, NC
  • Huntington, WV
  • Los Angeles, CA

To learn more, please click here.

Careers with Polaris Industries

Orion is currently recruiting for careers with Polaris Industries, an American manufacturer of snowmobiles, ATV, and neighborhood electric vehicles. This is an outstanding opportunity for transitioning and former military to begin your civilian career with a leading manufacturer of recreational vehicles, dedicated to continually improving the recreational riding experience.

We are currently recruiting for the following positions:

  • Electrician
  • Plant Planner
  • Production Supervisor
  • Warehouse Supervisor

Click here to learn more or apply.

Manufacturing Careers in Dallas/Fort-Worth for Combat Veterans

Orion International is currently recruiting talented combat veterans for manufacturing positions with a leading plastics manufacturer in the Dallas/Fort Worth, TX, area. These are temporary-to-permanent positions, where you will be an Orion employee for the first 120 days with the expectation of becoming a permanent employee of our client after good performance during the first 120 days. In these positions, you will work seven out of 14 days on a rotating shift alternating between days and nights.

Positions include:

  • Production Lead
  • Maintenance Technician
  • Machine Technician
  • Machine Operator

Requirements:

  • Recently and Honorably discharged veterans, no exceptions.
  • OIF and OEF combat veterans preferred.
  • Open to all MOSs and Branches but must possess strong mechanical acumen and proven mechanical aptitude.
  • Must be open to working a rotating shift - must be available to work a non-traditional schedule that includes days, nights and weekends, no exceptions.
  • Must be able to start work NLT 18 October 2013.
  • NO RELOCATION ASSISTANCE AVAILABLE for this position. Must be a local candidate or able to readily self relocate, no exceptions.

Click here to learn more or apply.

According to your Peers

Tony Hoffman was my recruiter. He was upfront with me from the start and stated that Orion may not have a many opportunities for me because of my specific MOS as a Search and Rescue Swimmer. I really didn't think I would ever get a call from him, but he called me three months before I was due to get out and said he may have something for me.

I'm now a Product Support Specialist with Stanley Black & Decker. Not only did Orion get me into a very good paying job, but they also got me back on the West Coast where I wanted to be. I tried to get in with two other companies like Orion, and they said no because I didn't have the background that their clients were looking for. And while Tony told me it would be tough, he did say he’d take my name and keep an eye for something that might be a good fit. The fact that he made just a little effort for me means the entire world.” – Jerard Cook, Product Support Specialist

“Orion was above and beyond the competition. One of the other recruiters I was working with didn't want to do anything until I was in my 90-day window. Luckily, Orion was ahead of the competition and had me a job offer before my 100-day window.

Working with Orion was a wonderful experience. By finding me a job after the military, they made my transition from a military lifestyle to a civilian career a smooth process. It also calmed my nerves knowing that my wife and two children will still be taken care of. Thank you, Orion!” – Kenneth Miller, Machinist

“Jay Koranda was incredible. His experience and tenure clearly help him stand out. Matt Clingon and Tony Hoffman displayed unbridled energy with a clear direction and goals that, when working together, was inspiring and motivating. Overall, Orion is an amazing company with a clear value added and strong business principles projected by all the employees I worked with.

There was a strong moral compass driving the team that let me relax as much as a job seeker can and trust the process. I did not even look into working with the competition. I had no need to. The people, systems, and support exceeded my expectations and left me comfortable and confident in the process.” – Guy Mortimer, Building Engineer Level II

Upcoming Hiring Conferences

 

If you will be separating from the military and preparing to begin your civilian career within the next 90 days, be sure to attend one of our hiring conferences. After a full day of preparation, you’ll interview with hiring authorities for only those positions that are a match with your needs and preferences.
 
Click on any of the conference dates to request more information on the conference you’d like to attend!
 
 
Northeast  

Philadelphia, PA

Northern NJ

Norfolk, VA (Midwest positions)

Midwest  

Cincinnati, OH

Chicago, IL

December 8 - 9

January 19 - 20

Southeast  

Raleigh, NC

Atlanta, GA

December 8 - 9

January 20 - 21

South Central  

Houston, TX

Houston, TX

December 8 - 9

January 19 - 20

West  

San Diego, CA

Seattle, WA

San Diego, CA

December 8 - 9

January 9 - 10

January 23 - 24

Upcoming Base Visits

 

When our Recruiters visit a location near you, it’s a chance to get a jump start on your career search, regardless of your ETS date. Our Recruiters will discuss your goals and preferences with you and present a realistic picture of what to expect in your search. You’ll get resume advice, interview preparation tips, and much more!  Click here or on any of the base visits to receive more information about the base visit you are interested in attending.
 
 

Ballston Spa

San Diego

San Diego

NSB New London

San Diego

San Diego

November 21 - 22

November 25

December 2

December 5 - 6

December 9

December 16

Senior Non-Commissioned Officer Workshop - December 18

Sultan Camp, an Orion Candidate Recruiter, will be hosting a Senior NCO Workshop designed to help you draft an effective transition and career strategy that is current with the major trends for recruiting, employment and HR tech for 2013/2014. This workshop is tailored specifically for E-7 – E-9 Non-Commissioned Officers

No matter how far in advance your separation from the Navy may be, it's never too early to begin planning for your transition!

Date/Time: December 18, 8:00 am – 2:30 pm

Location:

4525 South Boulevard, Suite 203
Virginia Beach, VA 23452

What you'll learn:

  • Why a resume alone won't cut it anymore: sometimes a resume isn't your best tool in your job search/networking efforts.
  • How to actually find a job while on active duty: six steps to effectively draft your job search strategy while in the uniform.
  • How to effectively leverage recruiters in your job search: learn why recruiters are an essential part of your professional network.
  • Advanced LinkedIn strategies for the military professional: tips and tools to ensure you experience great results from LinkedIn.

Click here to register.

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