How We Hire

Process

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Explore

Do you want to learn more about how your military background and skillset can crossover to roles with FedEx? Joining our talent community, following us on Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter will give you real-time updates on company activity, our culture, and employment opportunities.

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Connect with us

Interested in FedEx, but not ready to apply or having a hard time finding your ideal position? Join our talent network while you explore. We are looking forward to learning more about you.

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Apply

You will be able to browse jobs at your convenience right here. Once you enter your military occupation code, you'll see a list of search results that align in many ways with your background, and are considered to have crossover responsibilities. These opportunities vary across different functions, though as you review the job descriptions you can determine what you personally feel may be more ideal roles for you based on your own criteria.

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Interview

For some, interviewing can be a stressful experience. If you are invited to interview with us, below are some helpful suggestions on how best to prepare so you show us your very best self.

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Offer

If you are selected to join us, you will receive a job offer, including compensation and benefits, on the condition that you successfully complete our required background checks and drug test. When you start your career at FedEx, you will be welcomed and guided by your manager through on- the-job training and introductory courses and tools.

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Prepare

Transitioning to a civilian work life may include some unfamiliar territory. During your service, you learned to adapt to change, and to make the most of the opportunities in new situations. You’ve developed skills and grown tremendously, personally and professionally. At FedEx, we understand this transition, and your experience. As an organization, we are committed to supporting you through the job search and interview process to help uncover where you might find a place to grow your career.

Please reference the resources below for some assistance and helpful hints with resume and interview preparation.

Vets.gov serves America's veterans and separating service members by preparing them for meaningful careers, providing employment resources and expertise, and protecting their employment rights.

Learn More

As part of its Transition Assistance Program, The United States Department of Labor has produced this document, “Transition from Military to Civilian Workforce” guide. Click below to download the pdf.

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HELPFUL TIPS

When creating resume think about transferrable skills and try and create verbiage that matches up to the job description.

Be aware during interview process that not everyone understands military jargon.

Follow up after an interview with a thank you note.

Play up your strengths of being ex-military (what do you bring to the table that a civilian candidate would not).

Share stories about your military assignments and how those experiences will enable you to contribute to an employer's success.

Share stories about your military assignments and how those experiences will enable you to contribute to an employer's success.

FAQs

What are the growth and development opportunities?

What is the culture or environment?

How do I explain what I did in the military during an interview for a civilian to understand?

I don't want to work in a related field to my military occupation code, how do I look for transferable skills?

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