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Military Careers

At Schneider Electric, we’re building a culture in our US operations that embraces and empowers veterans, and in turn, is enriched by their experience, perspective, and capabilities. We know people with a military background possess numerous attributes, including loyalty, leadership ability, respect, integrity, duty, reliability, and working as team members. We value those attributes in our employees at Schneider Electric!

Transitioning military & veterans also possess a unique set of skills that Schneider Electric desires. We can utilize and further develop these skills as you embark on the next stage of your career outside of the military. In addition to our standard benefits package of medical, dental, vision, 401(k) + match, and others, we offer perks our employee veterans and their spouses especially enjoy.

  • We’re Enriched by the Skills of our Employee Veterans Having a military friendly employer culture is our commitment at Schneider Electric.
  • We have a Culture and Commitment to Hire Military Veterans Transitioning military jobs and Schneider Electric careers go hand in hand.

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  • Military Friendly® Employer 2019

    We’re proud and honored to earn the status of 2019 Military Friendly® Employer! More than 250,000 U.S. military members leave the service every year. Currently more than 500,000 veterans are unemployed or underemployed in the United States. Schneider is enriched by the experience, perspective, and capabilities of our employee veterans. Transitioning military and veterans possess a unique set of skills that Schneider Electric desires. Our culture and commitment to hiring military veterans are a few of the reasons we earned Military Friendly® Employer status.

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  • Transitioning from the Military to A Corporate Career

    “Since the corporate world was new to me, I was asking dozens of questions daily and everyone was so helpful. These personal interactions helped make me feel welcome at Schneider Electric and played a large role in making my transition [from the Army] a success." – Victor Kareh, Project Manager blogs about his experience.

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  • Hire a Vet? You bet!

    “I feel privileged to be working for a company that recognizes the value that military experience can bring to the civilian world. Personally, I have seen firsthand how my experience and training with aviation electronics in the USAF prepared me for the career I enjoy today.” Hear from Michael Crowley, one of our #SEGreatPeople, about how our company recognizes employee veterans and empowers them to grow in their career.

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  • My Journey from the US Army, Prime Power, to Square D/Schneider Electric

    “The training and experience I acquired in the military gave me the confidence and skills I needed.” Now with Schneider Electric over 20 years, Elvis Colon, Power Services Manager, shares about his experience transitioning and developing his career from the military to management as a civilian in his blog.

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    • A smooth transition

      "Throughout New Hire training and even just the first few days on the job, it became evident that Schneider Electric preferred to hire from the military. Even with varied backgrounds between technicians, the base knowledge and training [from the military] provided the best starting foundation for the job. Since there are so many of us that are prior military, the style and habits in the way we work made a good transition to learning the new policies as well as blending it with the practices we had already learned.”

      Shannon Tomaszewski
      Field Service Engineer
      Information Technology Business
      US Navy, Retired
      Boston, MA

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    • Do it right and do it well.

      " I like knowing that my work is meaningful in adding value to both Schneider and our customers. I'm able to influence and control my projects in order to make a difference and have a direct impact on its success. "

      Brandon Blair
      Power Monitoring and Controls Division
      Project Manager
      USAFR Major
      LaVergne, TN USA

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    • VETS Business Resource Group

      Implemented in 2016, Schneider Electric offers employees the opportunity to join our VETS (Voice of Employees That Served) Business Resource Group. A BRG is a group of people with similar backgrounds, experiences or characteristics who share a common interest in professional development, improving corporate culture and business results. The goal of VETS is to facilitate the development and retention of veterans through outreach, empowering, mentoring and networking.

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