Veteran Hiring Initiative
Working Heroes is a nationwide initiative to help experienced veterans and transitioning service members find rewarding employment opportunities with highly regarded LAUNCH customers. We know the important value veterans bring to a tightening aviation maintenance labor market. That’s why we partner with commercial and government MROs and manufacturers who share our deep commitment to military veterans, to provide an environment that helps them reach their full potential.
Why hire veterans?
With an industry wide shortage of aviation maintenance personnel, transitioning veterans are quality workers, have leadership experience, discipline, a proven work ethic, and are excellent team players. Experienced veterans increase your productivity and enable completion of projects on time. They are a source of future maintenance leadership.
Why partner with LAUNCH?
We know the recruiting dynamics of our customers and will customize this initiative to meet your requirements. We have been recognized multiple times as a “military friendly” company and have demonstrated ability to recruit high quality veterans, locally and nationally.
How does the program work?
Experienced veterans have become a valuable asset when augmenting an existing workforce. LAUNCH has built an extensive database of military vets with aviation maintenance experience. We have a dedicated military recruiting team that speaks their language, understands their unique skill sets, and knows best where to place them in civilian jobs.
We understand that every customer is different. That’s why we carefully customize each Working Heroes initiative to meet the specific goals and needs of our customer. We’ll take a listen-first approach and work together to determine how experienced veterans can successfully integrate into your existing workforce.
|POSITION||Launch Job Division||LOCATION||JOB ID|
|Avionics Technician||Avionics Technician||Greensboro, North Carolina||2019-13804|
|Aircraft Mechanic||Aircraft Mechanic||Greensboro, North Carolina||2019-13803|
|Apprentice Mechanic||Aircraft Mechanic||Oklahoma City, Oklahoma||2019-13176|
|Structures Mechanic||Structures Mechanic||Indianapolis, Indiana||2019-13154|
|Avionics Technician||Avionics Technician||Indianapolis, Indiana||2019-13153|
|Aircraft Mechanic||Aircraft Mechanic||Indianapolis, Indiana||2019-13152|
|Heavy Equipment Mechanic||Shakopee, Minnesota||2018-12818|
|Heavy Equipment Mechanic||Des Moines, Iowa||2018-12816|
|Heavy Equipment Mechanic||Rosemunt, Minnesota||2018-12815|
|Structures Mechanic||Structures Mechanic||Wilmington, Ohio||2018-12664|
|Avionics Technician||Avionics Technician||Wilmington, Ohio||2018-12663|
|Aircraft Mechanic||Aircraft Mechanic||Wilmington, Ohio||2018-12662|
|Structures Mechanic||Structures Mechanic||Lake City, Florida||2018-11709|
|Avionics Technician||Avionics Technician||Lake City, Florida||2018-11708|
|APG Mechanic||Aircraft Mechanic||Lake City, Florida||2018-11707|
|Structures Mechanic||Avionics Technician||Oklahoma City, Oklahoma||2018-11269|
|Avionics Technician||Avionics Technician||Oklahoma City, Oklahoma||2018-11124|
|Aircraft Mechanic||Aircraft Mechanic||Oklahoma City, Oklahoma||2018-11126|
|Non-licensed A&P Tech||A&P Mechanic||Rockford, Illinois||2018-11105|
|Structures Mechanic||Structures Mechanic||Rockford, Illinois||2018-11108|
|Avionics Technician||Avionics Technician||Rockford, Illinois||2018-11103|