SolarCity has hired over 300 veterans and we're not slowing down. A new solar customer joins our family every minute. We need passionate, committed people to help us keep the solar revolution moving forward and invite you to serve a new cause with SolarCity.
"There’s something special about being part of something bigger than yourself, that your children can understand and respect, and you can be truly proud of. It’s not dissimilar to being in the military. I came to SolarCity to help ensure our children have a future; each day I come back because of the people I work with."
"Every day at SolarCity I wake up knowing that I am going to do good, meaningful work. The best part about being a Field Energy Specialist is that even though the job is challenging, you can go as far as you want in the company depending on how hard you work, and that is why Veterans thrive at SolarCity."
"With SolarCity’s founders' singular focus on the mission and continuous improvement toward accomplishing that mission, SolarCity is able to optimize the tremendous collective intellect and passion of our employees to continuously innovate, and it is exciting to be a part of."
It is never too early to start considering your career after military service. With 12 months before you transition out of the military, now is the time to start researching the resources available to transitioning military personnel.
At this point, it is time to ramp up your preparation to exit the military. Create a compelling resume featuring your skills, experience and accomplishments. A resume is a marketing tool that sells who you are and what you are capable of doing in your career.
At 90 days out, you have entered the window when most civilian employers will start considering you for employment. Within this timeframe you should begin sending your resume to employers and applying to jobs.
Now is the time to ensure everything that needs to be completed before exiting your military career is done. Remember to schedule a final physical before leaving the military. Request a copy of your medical records as well as your personnel records.