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Dominion, an award-winning military employer, recognizes and honors active military, veterans and retired military. We know you've worked hard to gain special knowledge and skills. We also know that a leap from a military career to a civilian job can be an adjustment.
At Dominion, we offer rewarding careers, not just another job. We offer challenging opportunities that demand technical and problem-solving skills, leadership abilities, craft skills and much more.
We need experienced team players to keep Dominion moving forward, such as technicians, operators, mechanics, engineers, communicators, and administrative support, to name a few.
Dominion understands navigating the tools and resources available to transitioning military and veterans can be overwhelming. We have included links to several useful resources.
On right: Devon McFadden, USMC veteran, was hired through the Troops for Energy Jobs program and highlighted in Dominion’s ‘Every Day’ ad campaign.
In addition to the information on this page, Dominion recommends locating and establishing contact with your Local Veterans’ Employment Representative (LVER) or Disabled Veteran Outreach Program representative (DVOP) using the DVOP/LVER locator.
These veteran representatives may help you with everything from veteran benefits, to educational opportunities, to employment opportunities, and more.
If you are interested in how your military skills might be put into action at Dominion, we offer two ways to explore sections based on your branch of the armed services.
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View our resume tips to learn the key factors that Dominion looks for in a resume, and tips for standing out. Use these suggestions when translating your military resume to our industry.
As a benefit to Dominion’s veteran employees, the company provides on-the-job training and apprenticeship programs that are G.I. Bill eligible through the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.
In order to be eligible to participate in these programs, you must first complete Dominion’s standard application, screening and selection process, and be offered a position with the company.
Are you interested in going to college or pursuing training that will help you earn a position in the Energy industry? Would you like to earn credit for the training you have completed in the military?
Here is some additional information that may help accelerate your educational pathway.
Dominion supports an inclusive culture and recognizes the importance of family, especially for our servicemen and women. We feel that it is important for military family members to also be well-informed about the benefits and resources that Dominion offers to its veterans.
For 2012, Dominion was recognized by Military Spouse magazine as a Top 20 Military Spouse Friendly Employer. In addition, Dominion co-signed a statement of support on October 10, 2011, for the Military Spouse Employment Partnership program with the Armed Forces to identify and promote career employment opportunities for military spouses.
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Dominion has been a longtime supporter of American troops serving abroad, including Dominion employees or family members in the National Guard or Reserve. The company’s Troop Support Program started out in 2006 as a volunteer program at Dominion Resources, Inc. in Richmond, Virginia. From 2006 to June 2012, Troop Support supported over 15 Battalions as well as the Craig Joint Theater Hospital in Afghanistan.
Due to the tremendous interest in the program from both Dominion employees and volunteers outside the company, a non-profit organization has been formed (Troop Support Program, Inc.).
The company's Troops Support and Soldier Adoption Programs have become models for others interested in holding troop support drives.
Project Healing Waters -- Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing works with military and Veterans Administration hospitals across the country to provide recreational, physical and mental therapy to wounded soldiers.
In the program, Dominion volunteers teach veterans fly-fishing techniques, such as rod and reel basics, casting and how to tie flies. (> Get more details.)
Dominion Energizing Communities -- In keeping with its long-standing history of military support, Dominion Virginia Power and its employees recognized Memorial Day a little early this year by participating in a one-day, 10-state volunteer effort to help improve the lives of active military troops, veterans, and their families.
On Wednesday, May 23, hundreds of employees took part in Dominion Energizing Communities, volunteering their time and skills to assist 26 nonprofit organizations that serve the military. (> Learn more.)