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DynCorp International Named to Military Times 2015 Best for Vets: Employer List

2015_BFV_EMPLOYERSFor the fourth consecutive year, DynCorp International has been recognized by Military Times on their 2015 Best for Vets: Employers List. Committed to recruiting and hiring veterans, the DI team values their veteran teammates.

“So many of our hires are former military personnel – almost 70 percent in 2014,” said Jim Geisler, DynCorp International chief executive officer. “Veterans are critical to our success. DI would be irrevocably impaired without the important skills, dedication, values and culture that veterans bring to our company.”

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 2015 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 will be published in full in the April 20, 2015, issue of Best for Vets, a section of all four Military Times publications, 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 work dyncorp for 3 years and i m looking for job now if you are hiring please 0792655149.i was in military

  2. I live in Cocoa Beach, FL and I visit Patric Airforce Base. I retired from the Air Force as a fighter pilot and
    served 8 years in the Navy as a carrier pilot and my last year as an A4 advance instructor. My last job was
    a Captain on the B767. With over 30,000 flight hours , a Masters degree and more, I am physically in perfect
    condition and feel that I am wasting all my experience and awards that can be useful.
    Respectfully. Retired Major, Alfredo Ramos

  3. Good day to your staff. It give’s me pleasure to read your DynCorp report. Because I’d like to think that it was us electrician’s who had made DynCorp Int, LLC. it’s professional reputation overseas abroad. Now, I’ve been having some difficulties applying for a job with DynCorp. Could someone please help me with this issue?
    Respectfully, Louis O. Celestial, former Air Force.
    louis76castillo@gmail.com

  4. I have been in the Navy for 14 years and I would like to work with dyncorp. I was a logistics specialist. Once I filled out the choice of job that I’m applying for. What is the next step in seeing the status of my application?

  5. Infantry Marine here looking to apply skill sets again. Waiting on HR response, you have my application on file. Wiling and ready when you are!

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