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Seeking leaders

We need your skills at HP. Technical talent, leadership, dedication, and teamwork - as a veteran joining our company, you’ll draw on those strengths and more, to help our customers get the best we have to offer.

We’re dedicated to matching veterans with the right opportunity at HP, with a veteran recruiter for every business unit. Once onboard, we have a veteran mentoring program, Veteran Employee Resource Network (VERN), and, as part of the benefits package, HP provides VetAdvisor Services for veterans and their families.

We hope you will consider starting your next career with HP!

What are you looking for?

What our Veterans are saying

  • Carl Gayles, 21 years in the U.S. Army.

    HP gave me the first chance to use the skills and leadership attributes I gained in the military.  HP is a veteran friendly company and I was easily able to translate my military skillset into usable talent.  I started as a contractor and applied for a full time position within ten months.  After eighteen months as the Program Manager for the Global Employment Screening Team, a promotional opportunity presented itself into my current role as the Talent Acquisition Operations Lead.

    My advice for veterans is to take the time to accurately translate their military skills into understandable language on their resume - with special emphasis on intangible abilities like integrity, leadership, service and excellence. Stay away from mentioning acronyms either in written form or in conversation. Learn how to incorporate your military mission goals into corporate vernacular. When you talk about mission effectiveness in corporate terms, it speaks of being part of a bigger team and how your individual talents contribute to the success of the company.

    Jeff Schultz served 20 years in the U.S. Air Force Highest Rank: E-7/Master Sergeant Current Role: Global Talent Acquisition/Americas Operations Lead
  • Carl Gayles, 21 years in the U.S. Army.

    HP offers abundant opportunity to grow personally and professionally; delivering leading-edge, value-added IT hardware, software, services and solutions to clients on a global scale.

    Choose HP if you want to leverage your military experience and offer your unique leadership to engaged employees that change the world every day.

    Todd Ross served 26 years in the U.S. Navy Highest Rank: Captain Current Role: Account Executive, Consulting and Intelligence
  • HP is a great company that has given me an opportunity to remain engaged and useful while staying in the game!

    This is a really solid company, HP Enterprise Services especially understands former military folks and works hard to place them and utilize the skills and experiences they have had – be yourself! Don’t sell yourself short – your skills will add to your value.

    John Felker served 30 years in the U.S. Coast Guard Highest Rank: Captain Current Role: Cyber and Intelligence Strategist
  • EDS was a very veteran-friendly company and since HP bought EDS, I have found HP is as well, and both had a reputation in the market place and offered a lot of room for growth in your career.  I started here as an Administrative Assistant and have held roles as a Business Analyst, Project/Program Manager, Technical Delivery Team Leader, People-care Leader, etc.

    The same holds true today as was true in 1988, when I started with the company. There are a LOT of opportunities for growth in a large company. I’ve had several ‘careers’ in my 20+ years here. So, my advice is to ‘dig in’, apply yourself, do more than is required, fill gaps, and keep the company’s best interests in the forefront of your thoughts. By doing that, you can and will succeed and be rewarded for those successes.

    Melissa James served 4 years in the U.S. Air Force Highest Rank: Sergeant Current Role: World Wide Asset Management Process & Audit Leader for Enterprise Services and Asset Data Drives Decisions (D3)Program Leader

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