Overview

Nearly 4,000 former military professionals found us to be their employer of choice. You will, too. Whether you are a transitioning military professional or an active reservist, you view serving America as an honor, protecting her citizens and society at large, and helping make the world safer.

As you learn more about SAIC and our business areas, we invite you to explore our areas of opportunity to see where the skills you have acquired fit best. During your interview preparation, we encourage you to outline your military experience and share with us how it relates to the position you are seeking. Here, you will discover the many compelling reasons to start your private sector career at SAIC.

  • As a military professional, you are used to assuming challenging work in areas of national security. At SAIC, you could continue to have a vital role in our customers' ongoing missions.

  • The skills you developed in the service—from intelligence to logistics to space and earth sciences—are all easily transferable to what we do.

  • We offer a corporate culture of respect, accountability, close teamwork, and the highest ethical conduct.

  • You will have a wide spectrum of positions and business areas to choose from.

  • We serve all branches of the U.S. military, defense agencies, the intelligence community, homeland security needs, and other government agencies.

  • Or you can explore a wide range of opportunities in our other employment areas of energy, environment, critical infrastructures, and health.

 

Career Opportunities at Military Bases

We invite you to explore our featured career opportunities at the following military bases:


Around the Globe

With approximately 15,000 employees worldwide, we can honestly say we offer a world of opportunities. Learn more.

Educational Resources

  • Tuition reimbursement available to full-time employees and based upon management approval.
  • Relationships with academic institutions to earn undergraduate or graduate degrees.
  • Onsite graduate degree programs in business and systems engineering.
  • SAIC University whose features include degree program curriculum, online book libraries, and a full range of training resources and programs.
  • Onsite learning centers where topics involve key company functions and the critical skills and knowledge needed at varying points in your career.
  • e-Learning lets you work on certifications, academic degrees, or needed skills for current and future job success.

Learn more about the Educational Resources we offer.

Pay and Benefits

  • Your benefits start immediately upon hire for all plans. There is no waiting period.
  • There are no pre-existing conditions/exclusions for our medical plans.
  • We structure our comprehensive pay and benefits program to be market competitive, reward your skills and growth, recognize your contributions, and ensure fairness.

Learn more about our Pay and Benefits.

Career Opportunities

We invite you to explore our careers site and find the job that's right for you. Search all jobs

 

Supporting Military Spouses

At SAIC, we are committed to supporting our nation's warfighters and their families. We recognize the many benefits of opening our doors to the talented pool of military spouses and keeping them on the SAIC team when they relocate to their next duty station.

Assisting Service Members and Families

SAIC is proud to support our service members and their families with the Military Child Education Coalition, Operation HomefrontThe Mission Continues, and the USO of Metropolitan Washington-Baltimore.

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Career Search Assistance

Over 4,000 former military professionals found us to be their employer of choice. You will too. Whether you are a transitioning military professional or an active reservist, you view serving America as an honor, protecting her citizens and society at large, and helping make the world safer.


Military Career Search Assistance

Your transition from the military to a career in the private sector represents both a personal adjustment and a professional change. We want you to know that SAIC has proven expertise in supporting veterans who wish to pursue challenging and rewarding careers within our many business areas.

Recruiting Events

Some of the transitioning military recruiting events and career fairs we attend include the following:

  • Corporate Gray
  • Hiring Heroes
  • Military.com/Non-Commissioned Officers Association (NCOA)
  • Military Officers Association of America (MOAA)
  • RecruitMilitary
  • Service Academy Career Conference (SACC)
  • Transition Career
  • West Point Job Fair

Make the Most of Your Civilian Career Search

To help make your military transition and career search as easy and as effective as possible, we offer some information based on our experience in hiring candidates from the military and reserves.

  • A good time to begin your search for a civilian career is about three months in advance of your separation date.

  • Check job postings on our web site on a regular basis, as we are adding new positions daily.

Getting Your Resume Noticed

Hint: The most universally accepted format for soft-copy resumes is a Microsoft Word document.

  • Provide contact information on your resume and profile that will remain consistent for several months.

  • Be sure to note your date of availability. If you are an officer, list both your terminal leave and actual retirement date.

  • Listing your military experience in reverse chronological order is ideal. Include pertinent information such as: all military acronyms, MOSs, NECs, equipment, nomenclature, commands, responsibilities, and position titles.

  • Make yourself more attractive to recruiters and hiring managers by widening the choice of locations in which you would be willing to work. It may help to list specific cities you would relocate to.

  • When listing each command you served, make sure to include the dates, jobs, and responsibilities.

  • Check your DD-214 for details about any other information that may be valuable such as: your education, military training/schools attended, any certifications or degrees, special training, or any honors and awards.

  • List clearly any security clearances you may hold. It may also help to check with your SSO before your service departure to learn the active, expiration, and other pertinent dates of your clearance(s). Please ensure that your resume does not include any information regarding "sensitive" work or materials.