What to expect when applying for an Army recruiting position: The job description includes detailed descriptions of how to find work, what qualifications to apply for, and the types of jobs to consider.
If you don’t know the job description, you can look it up on a website or on a recruiter’s resume.
Some recruiters use a Google search engine to find jobs.
You can also call the Army recruiting station at 888-927-2226.
Know the job titles and requirements You can apply to fill a variety of jobs in the military.
You might want to include a summary of your military experience, which could help you get a better job search.
The Army offers job descriptions and training videos for all branches of the military, so be sure to check that box if you’re looking for an infantry, artillery, aviation, or marine recruiter.
Military-related websites may also offer job descriptions.
Know what you want to do In the Army’s recruiting website, there are a few different categories of jobs available, ranging from “military officer,” to “army recruiter,” to a variety that include some positions that are not specifically related to the military (for example, for a computer operator, you may want to look for a sales job).
To find out what type of job you might be qualified for, check the job title on the recruiter website.
You’ll also want to make sure you understand the requirements, and whether you need to have some experience in the field.
For example, you could be qualified to work in a software development or sales position.
For more information about military jobs, visit the Army website.
Apply on-line If you’re not sure how to apply, or you don and can’t find a recruitor who matches your skills, you’ll have to apply online, either by phone or by mail.
You may also have to fill out a resume online.
The online application form will ask you questions about your work experience and qualifications, and you can upload your resume and cover letter online.
If there are multiple jobs available and you don, you won’t be able to apply at the same time.
Choose a recrucer When you’re ready to apply to the Army recruiting station, you need a recruitable resume that includes at least one line about the positions you’re interested in.
If that job description doesn’t include specific information about the job you want, you might want the Army to send you an email or a call to ask for more information.
If your recruiter is a civilian, you should ask for their rank and title, but you can also ask for your name, rank, and date of birth, which is important to the recruitor.
If the recrucer doesn’t know you, ask if you can ask him or her to contact you.
You don’t need to give your full name, but it helps the recruiting agency know if you’ve been through a background check.
If a recruiting agent isn’t able to contact the individual, you also can ask to speak to the individual or call them.
If it’s not possible to talk to the person, the recruiser may not be able find you.
When you fill out the online form, you will also be asked to give a brief bio about yourself.
This is a sample you can fill out and send to the recruiter.
It should list your name and your rank, which can help the recruister find you when you apply.
Prepare your resume This is where you get to really know your recruiting experience and what you should expect when you meet with the recruited.
Be sure to read the recruitable recruiter information sheet, as well as the job descriptions, before you submit your resume.
Make sure to keep your resume organized and keep it short and to the point.
There are some important things to remember when you submit a resume, such as what job titles you should use and how to format your resume for easy review.
Be aware that you can’t get a job by just writing down your resume in an online form.
For information about how to prepare a resume that’s easier to read, check out the Army recruitment website.