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DynCorp International Named to Military Times 2016 Best for Vets: Employer List

2016_BFV_EMPLOYERS (1)For the fifth consecutive year, DynCorp International (DI) has been recognized by Military Times on their 2016 Best for Vets: Employers List. Committed to recruiting and hiring veterans, the DI team values their veteran teammates.

“Veterans have played a critical role at DI throughout our seven decades,” said CEO Lou Von Thaer. “More than half of our company and its affiliates are comprised of either former service members or current reservists, and these essential team members bring the skills, dedication, values and perseverance needed to serve our customers with excellence every day.”

Methodology

Companies from across the U.S. completed a nearly 90-question survey about their efforts to recruit employees connected to the military, their company policies related to veterans, reservists and their families and the organization’s culture. Not all companies that completed the survey were included in the rankings.

The 2016 Best for Vets: Employers List is an editorially independent news project that evaluates the many factors that make a company a good fit for military veterans and spouses. The rankings are published in full in the print editions of Army Times, Navy Times, Air Force Times and Marine Corps Times on newsstands the week of March 21; and online at MilitaryTimes.com as well as ArmyTimes.com, NavyTimes.com, AirForceTimes.com and MarineCorpsTimes.com.

Military Times’ series of Best for Vets survey-based rankings includes: Colleges, Career & Technical Colleges, Business Schools, Franchises, Employers and Law Enforcement.

Reader Interactions

Comments

  1. I am interested in the world of difference to work with potential people who wants me to go forward …!!

  2. I applied to multiple openings with DynCorp so just out of curiosity I wanted to ask if the HR Department would send out rejection e-mails if they feel you are not a good match for the position being applied to. I have not received any such e-mail so I am wondering if I should consider it a good thing. Thanks!

    • Hi Todd, from my understanding you would only get correspondence if a recruiter has selected you. But you might be able to log into your account to see if the position is still open or not and hopefully that will let you know the status of your application.

  3. I am looking for information on how this company’s jobs are. Are the jobs contracted out for certain amount of time? If you apply for a job overseas are they contracted out or does your family go with you? Just looking for information. Thank you.

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