Non-Commissioned Officers and Technicians

Our military transition candidates represent the very best that the U.S. military has to offer the civilian workforce. In order to provide a better understanding of who they are and the skill sets they possess, we provide the following summary of their talents.

Non-Commissioned Officers and Technicians are high-potential, hands-on and skilled leaders. They have many of the same qualities you have come to expect from their Junior Military Officer counterparts, such as strong work ethics, excellent people skills, integrity, and team-building abilities. In addition, they have expert hands-on technical training in areas such as electronics, machining, control systems, communications, and computer technology.

With diverse skill sets, they are strong candidates for manufacturing organizations, field engineering forces, technical service groups, research facilities, and training departments.

Non-Commissioned Officers are tremendous candidates for many positions, including:

  • Manufacturing / Quality / Process Engineer
  • Distribution Transportation Supervisor
  • Maintenance Supervisor
  • Operations / Manufacturing Supervisor
  • Power Plant Operator and SRO
  • Training Coordinator

Military Technicians are leading candidates for the following positions:

  • Electrical Technician
  • Electronics Technician
  • Facilities Maintenance
  • Field Service Technician
  • Maintenance Mechanics
  • Planner / Scheduler
  • Test Technician

Learn more about other military professionals, including Junior Military Officers, Senior Military Officers, and Veterans with Corporate Experience.