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Victory Media Lists DynCorp International as Top Military-Friendly Employer

dyncorp intl top military friendly For the seventh consecutive year, DynCorp International has been recognized as a Military Friendly Employer® list by Victory Media, publisher of G.I. Jobs and Military Spouse. This year DI ranked 18th.

“Service members are an essential part of the DI team,” said Steve Gaffney, DynCorp International chairman and chief executive officer. “Not only is their experience and knowledge of our customers an important asset to our business, but they also embrace and help promote our values-based culture.”

This year’s selection process was the most competitive yet, with a record number of companies competing for this elite title. Companies competed for the Military Friendly Employer ® title via a data-driven survey of more than 5,000 companies with data independently tested by Ernst & Young LLP based upon the weightings and methodology established by Victory Media. Criteria for the survey included a benchmark score across key programs and policies such as the strength of company military recruiting efforts, the percentage of new hires with prior military service, retention programs and company policies on National Guard and Reserve service.

“The 2014 Military Friendly Employers® represent the preeminent tier of companies with strong military recruitment programs and meaningful job opportunities for transitioning service members and spouses seeking civilian employment,” said Sean Collins, vice president for Victory Media and a nine-year Navy veteran.  “Our Military Friendly Employers® constitute the group of companies actually moving the needle and hiring from the military community.”

Now in it’s 11th year, Military Friendly Employers® media is the premier resource for transitioning service members and spouses seeking civilian employment.  Each year companies taking the survey are held to a higher standard than the previous year via improved methodology, criteria and weightings developed with the assistance of an advisory board consisting of leaders in the military recruitment community.

About Victory Media

Victory Media is a service-disabled, veteran-owned small business, serving the military community since 2001.  Military Friendly® lists and methodology can be found at MilitaryFriendly.com. Their data-driven lists are published in G.I. Jobs, Military Spouse, Vetrepreneur magazines, republished in periodicals like USA Today, Wall Street Journal, Fortune, Forbes and Bloomberg Business Week, and are frequently cited on national TV programs such as CNN, CNBC, NBC, Fox News and others.

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  1. RANDY O. CARTER
    152 West Branch Road, Ridgeland, SC 29936  h: 843.726.2116  c: 240.577.2116  ROCarter64@gmail.com

    April 29, 2014

    Dyn Corp
    N. Charleston, SC

    Dear Dyn Corp,

    As a project/program manager with expertise in directing full lifecycles, including driving the RFI/RFP process to win new business, I am writing in response to your search for a Project Manager. I feel confident my experience and success leading high-visibility, complex initiatives with multimillion-dollar budgets will be an asset to your company.

    I have proven an ability to work with changing deliverables and timelines, develop processes and standards for activities such as logistical support and change requests, and institute formal review processes. I recently held Logistics Analyst IV and requirements manager/project manager roles at SAIC. I honorably retired from the Marine Corps after 29-years and I previously held a primary military occupation as an Avionics Officer and secondary specialty as an Acquisition Specialist/Officer.

    I am known for providing motivational, hands-on leadership and expertly coordinating the work of multiple resources to meet the requirements of major projects/programs. My credentials include MA and BS degrees, Lean and Six Sigma training, DAWIA Program Management Level III Certification (PMP), DAWIA Life Cycle Logistics Level III Certification and Top Secret security clearance. I welcome an opportunity to speak with you and hope to hear from you soon. Please refer to my resume and profile, which has been submitted to Dyn Corp for available positions in Charleston, SC area. Thank you for your time and consideration.

    Sincerely,

    Randy O. Carter

  2. hi
    i have good expercience in afgnistan did the work with u s army i am driving ,Escorting i have drem i do the work with dyn corp i am more time listen about dyncorpation and more time search your office in Bagram air field but unfort you are not available there

  3. I’m a dissabled Veteran and retiring from the Army in December and I’ve submitted a job application on line for the job below. It was successfully received on Jul 28 2014. Can I please receive a status on my application?

    position(s):
    Logistics Supervisor-1404510 at DynCorp International LLC

    V/R

    Joseph D. Mendez
    SFC, USA
    G-3 Operations NCO
    US Army Combat Readiness Center
    Fort Rucker, AL
    O: (334) 255-2660
    BB: 334-379-2848


  4. I am a US vet. that is interested in working in the middle east in the supply field. please contact asap if you have any opening. Thank you.

  5. hello my name is vince lipscomb im a U.S vet and I’m looking for a job in the middle east or in the states my m.o.s is transportation. And the last job I had was in the security field as a security officer please contact me if you have an opening. Thank you.

  6. Hello my name is eric beene, i’m an Army Vet, MOS 25b, worked overseas before i got out, would like to get a job as electrician (shipboard) or information systems analyst/computer repair. Thank you

  7. Hi im from Grecee and non US citizen and im vet from the operation Enduring Freedom in Persian Gulf 11 years ago. After that i study and get my flight lisense (commercial) CPL ATPL (theory ) with MCC JAA.
    Im interesting to fly in any operation everywhere
    sincerely
    Stefanos Kouris

  8. I am looking for employment, where can I go on the website to apply for ANY position. I am a retired vet of 22yrs in the US Army and I live in Fayetteville, N.C. please help…need a job bad. my wife passed away 3 months ago and I was by her side for 2yrs until the man upstairs took the love of my life away. I am ready to work conus or oconus

  9. Im looking for a career I did almost 10 years been to both Iraq and Afghanistan. I was an infantry soldier open for all job positions please contact me.
    Thank You,
    Martin Gamboa

  10. I’m looking for an overseas assignment.
    I spent 23 years in the Infantry ( Retired SFC) Ranger, Drill Sergeant, MFT, Instructor
    I am also a class 1 Deputy Sheriff with 12 years Law Enforcement Experience, Immediately available.

  11. To whom it concerns, I served 12 years as an field Artillery cannon crew member and have done many tours in Afghanistan and Iraq. I currently work in the security field as a civilian and looking for employment overseas

  12. Sir or Ma’am, I am looking for a position in security or intelligence. I spent 15 years in the Marine Corps serving all over the world and training hundreds of Marines and indigenous forces. In peace time or war my record speaks for itself never losing a man. “Can’t” is not in my vocabulary.

  13. I am looking for a position in building maintenance/repair.I am currently employed as a Trades Spec.IV and I also served in the 82nd Airborne Division and in Korea.

  14. I served in the Army for 6 years and now I’m a military veteran looking in to work overseas my MOS was 92 foxtrot short for Fueler/ petroleum truck driver please contact me at the email above or at *******@yahoo.com thank you and God bless.

  15. I am retired military, with a background both in law enforcement and services. I am looking for employment overseas.

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