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You probably know all about our mission to give back to the military community. As a nationally recognized brand with a culturally strong mission, we understand the difficulty that a military transition brings to a family because one in every five employees at USAA has experienced it firsthand. Making sure your talents are translated into a career at USAA is an important first step in the job search process.

Because we understand and value your talents, we have provided state-of-the-art technology to apply your skills and experience to our current openings, giving you a better chance at landing the job. The more detail you provide, the better job alignment you’ll see. Let’s get started by clicking one of the buttons below.

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Tips to find and land a job

  1. 1. Identify your passion

    Ask yourself what type of role/industry will I be professionally and personally gratified by pursuing in my next career".

  2. 2. Build your personal brand

    Sometimes veterans can get lost in their identity when they transition from the service. Don't let this happen to you. Know what you want to be (or at least what you want to do), seek education that supports your goals (degree, certifications, licenses, ets.), and research the industry.

  3. 3. Develop a personal strategy

    Be targeted in your approach to find your next career. Actively pursue any opportunity to engage with company employees and ensure that you are able to "tell your story" in person and on social networking platforms.

  4. 4. Build Professional relationships

    Seek out current employees and conduct informational interviews. Your goal should be to have the company know your name before they know your resume. Popular job boards are resourceful tools.

  5. 5. Identify Support Organizations

    There are many support organizations that offer support at the local, regional, and national level. Several options are Veterati, USO, Hiring Our Heroes, etc.

  6. 6. Dedicated Time to Prepare

    The famous saying is "finding a job is the hardest job you will ever have". Don't put off or wait until the last minute to conduct research about the company. Understand the company's history and culture, retention rates, development opportunities, employee satisfaction, etc.

  7. 7. Join the talent network

    Complete your profile and sign up to receive job alerts for the job families that interest you.

  8. 8. Identify career opportunities

    Use the job alignment tool on this page to identify job opportunities that match your skills, experience, and interests.

  9. 9. TARGET YOUR RESUME

    Provide an easy to understand overview of your knowledge, skills and abilities using key language found in the description and requirements of the job posting.

  10. 10. APPLY EARLY

    Depending on the position, hundreds of candidates could be applying for the same job. Try to get your application in within the first day or two of the job being posted.

Helping veterans and spouses go further

Our commitment doesn't stop at hiring veterans and spouses. We've developed programs aimed at mentorship and skill development to help you successfully transition.

Veteran Transition Leadership Development (VetsLeaD)

Newly hired veterans can participate in this one-year program focused on the personal, transitional and business skills needed to succeed in a corporate career. You'll get the chance to connect with senior leaders and experts across our company for mentorship and help with your transition.

VETNET

This employee resource group (ERG) is made just for veterans and military spouses. All across USAA, VETNET is fostering appreciation, understanding and respect for military culture and our members.

A unique way to build a career

Hiring Our Heroes (HoH) Corporate Fellowship Program (CFP)

During the last six months of your military service, you can join the CFP in a host city around the country to start prepping for your next step. This 12-week program gives transitioning service members the skills needed to succeed in the civilian workforce.

Learn more

Hiring Our Heroes (HoH) Military Spouse Fellowship Program (MSFP)

HoH is helping military spouses quickly build their networks and gain localized job experience. Over this six-week paid course, you’ll get key professional training, networking and hands-on experience.

Learn more

Partnerships that make all the difference

We’ve teamed up with organizations that share our appreciation for the values, skills and experiences of the military community. Below are just some of our collaborators. Note that their appearances do not imply endorsement or investment on the part of USAA.

  • Wiring Our Heroes Badge
  • IVMF Badge
  • Military Spouse Employment Partnership Badge
  • Veterati Badge
  • American Corporate Partners Badge

Recognizing our teams

We’re proud of what we do for the military community – inside and outside our workplaces. Here’s just some of the applause we’ve received as a military employer.

  • Military Friendly 2021 Bronze Employer Award
  • Military Friendly 2020 Gold Top 10 Company
  • Military Friendly 2020 Spouse Employer
  • Forbes: Best Employer for Vets 2020
  • Military Times Best for Vets 2020

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