New AREVA Initiative Seeks to Employ US Veterans | AREVA North America: Next Energy Blog


AREVA Inc. recently launched an initiative and website to recruit U.S. military veterans for jobs in our nuclear and renewable energy businesses in North America.

In our experience, U.S. military veterans have the skills and leadership qualities necessary to help us respond to the world’s increasing demand for more clean energy.

We’re seeking a diverse range of talented veterans—from technicians to management officers—to become engineers, project managers, and strong leaders with potential to grow with the company into senior roles.

The new AREVA North America veterans career website helps U.S. veterans match their job skills to positions in AREVA, connects veterans to AREVA employment opportunities, provides stories from veterans now working at AREVA, and compiles resources to help transition to the corporate environment. On a personal level, when a veteran joins AREVA, he or she will be matched with a mentor who is also a military veteran to help the new team member complete the transition into the corporate environment and energy industry. The site’s skill-matching includes Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, and Coast Guard positions.

Jobs posted to AREVA’s careers page can be sorted based on title, key words, location, etc. Job candidates should be sure to identify themselves as U.S. military veterans. While we do not post jobs limited only to veterans, we will closely review their resumes for filling current openings.

As shown in yesterday’s announcement by the U.S. NAVY and the Nuclear Energy Institute (NEI), the job skill parallels between the military and the civilian nuclear energy industry enable a former soldier to apply service experience into a rewarding commercial career and advancement.

U.S. military veterans are a unique population of job seekers, and we want to ensure we’re providing them with the information they need to consider AREVA as an employer.

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