Military-to-Contractor Resumes with Just the Right Amount of “Demilitarization”
A Smooth Military Transition with Targeted Military Resumes
Transitioning from a career in the military to a government contractor job has become very popular among veterans. Sometimes, in the military, you are performing the exact same job as a military contractor, so transitioning to a government contractor job is less stressful than landing a corporate or federal position after time spent in the Army, Air Force, Marine Corps, or Coast Guard.
The “Demilitarizing” Factor
CareerProPlus.com has been successfully developing military transition resumes for more than two decades. Should you write your resume entirely in “military speak?” Should you “demilitarize” your resume so Human Resources (HR) can better understand the experience you bring? Do you struggle with crafting a targeted military resume? We can help you with all that and more.
Our Master Military Resume Writers know exactly how to develop a targeted military contracting resume, drilling down hundreds of pages of military performance evaluations and writing the perfect balance of content that will catch the contractor’s eye.
Online and Job Board-Friendly Military Contractor Resumes
Most Department of Defense contractors require resume submission through online systems. Our military transition resumes are built with important keywords and acronyms targeted to specialized equipment, systems, training, projects, names of programs, or missions that will cross over to contracting job requirements.
CareerProPlus.com has in-house secure servers, systems, and databases that arm our writers with the most current career tools and resources to help you get a military contracting job. Our Master Military Resume Writers stay on top of the trends and know how to craft a military to contractor resume that’s sure to get you noticed.
Land a Government Contracting Job Overseas
Not done traveling the world? Ex-military contractor jobs are available in Afghanistan, Africa, Kuwait, Iraq, Korea, Germany, Guam, and a number of other countries. Contractors are always looking for great talent, both at home and abroad.
Overseas military contracting jobs are abundant, and if you desire to work for a military contractor abroad, we have developed the perfect military transition resume strategy—linking your balance of experience, skills, training, and security clearances for government contractors around the world.
Professional Military Format Resume
Our Master Military Resume Writers have 30+ years of experience writing interviewing-winning military to contractor resumes with thousands of our clients getting hired every year. But you don’t have to just take our word for it. Here’s a review from one of our many happy clients:
“I have a solid federal and civilian resume to pursue a new career after retiring from the USAF. I am very impressed with the results. Thanks!” –Pete
Our military to contractor resume services have a 99.6% customer satisfaction rate. A recent monthly survey found that 85% of our clients land interviews leading to job offers for coveted ex-military government contractor jobs.
Below is a list of the Top 100 Government Contractors for 2016. Browse through this list and send us any jobs of interest or companies for which you wish to develop a Military Transition Resume.
|Rank||Last Year’s Rank||Company||Country||2015 Defense Revenue* (in millions)|
|1||1||Lockheed Martin 1 2||US||40,596.00|
|8||9||Leonardo Spa 3||Italy||9,318.45|
|12||13||Huntington Ingalls Industries||US||6,879.60|
|13||8||United Technologies Corporation 2||US||6,780.00|
|16||14||United Aircraft Corporation 4||Russia||4,643.76|
|20||25||Babcock International 1||UK||3,357.41|
|25||23||Russian Helicopters 3||Russia||3,193.99|
|26||29||Elbit Systems Ltd.||Israel||3,108.00|
|29||32||Israel Aerospace Industries||Israel||2,776.00|
|33||19||Booz Allen Hamilton 18||US||2,600.00|
|36||36||Mitsubishi Heavy Industries 7||Japan||2,395.12|
|37||31||Tactical Missiles Corporation, JSC||Russia||2,387.78|
|38||53||Hanwha Group 8||South Korea||2,374.74|
|41||45||Rafael Advanced Defense Systems||Israel||2,016.17|
|44||46||Kawasaki Heavy Industries 7||Japan||1,740.83|
|47||61||Korea Aerospace Industries||South Korea||1,678.86|
|48||NR||JSC Concern Radio-Electronic Technologies||Russia||1,678.41|
|51||59||LIG Nex1||South Korea||1,528.67|
|54||57||Nexter Systems 10||France||1,187.70|
|63||68||Ultra Electronics 1||UK||943.32|
|64||48||Oshkosh Defense 12||US||939.80|
|72||78||Turkish Aerospace Industries||Turkey||886.55|
|77||72||ANA Holdings 7||Japan||844.48|
|81||77||Mitsubishi Electric 7||Japan||784.42|
|88||91||IHI Corporation 7||Japan||563.29|
|89||95||Day & Zimmermann||US||559.36|
|90||99||Israel Military Industries||Israel||511.00|
|94||90||Diehl Defence Holding||Germany||449.55|
|100||NR||Komatsu Ltd. 7||Japan||308.49|
- Data for the Top 100 list comes from information Defense News solicited from companies, from companies’ annual reports and from Defense News staff research.
- Companies were contacted by Defense News and asked to fill out a survey reporting their total annual revenue and revenue derived from Defense, Homeland Security, and other national security contracts.
- Currency conversions for non-U.S. firms were calculated using average market conversion rates over each firm’s Fiscal Year, when available, to mitigate the effects of currency fluctuations.