How do I hire on an ex-navy electrician electronics technician?

I work at a marine electrical and electronics company and we are primarily operated by ex-navy. The standards that are met in the navy transition quite well with the quality of work that we insist on giving our customers. That said, I find it tough to find good employees through veterans of unemployment. Is there another option to find a good naval electrical (motor control and generator paralleling) or electronics (radar & sonar troubleshooting)?

Asked By: - 7/29/2009
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Yes their is a way, how I'm not sure. I have been targeted by potential employers based soley on my job (Submarine Sonar Technician) and I'm still over 1 year from my EAOS (when I could get out). I would contact the DoD or DVA to start to see how to go about that path.
Answered By: Submariner 1 - 8/1/2009
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I would search for blogs or social network groups that the people you're looking for may frequent... More
Answered By: LLynn - 7/30/2009
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