FCI values the “can do” attitude of veterans and knows that as members of our military transitioning into a civilian career and that they are seeking fresh, new opportunities that allow them to continue to make valuable, mission critical, contributions. FCI has been that next career step for many people. In fact, we are proud to say that 65% of our staff are veterans. With the hope that we can continue to offer rewarding “next step” career opportunities, we have provided this section to address some of the questions unique to the transitioning soldier, sailor, airman, or marine.
Members of the Guard or Reserve
FCI provides a paid military leave benefit to full time employees who, as “citizen soldiers”, maintain both a part time position in the Guard or Reserves as well as a civilian career. The purpose of this benefit is to ensure there is no loss of pay due to military service for employees who are also members of the Reserves or National Guard. When serving on temporary active duty, these employees are entitled to a maximum of ten work days of paid military leave per calendar year, less the gross pay received from the Government.
Service related disabilities
Applicants who have difficulty navigating our site due to any type of disability incurred during their time in the service and who require any type of disability accommodations should contact us utilizing the alternative methods we have provided.
Since 2017 FCI has been a proud partner of the Military Spouse Employment Partnership (MSEP). Established in 2011, MSEP is an employment and career partnership connecting military spouses with more than 300+ partners who have committed to recruit, hire, promote and retain military spouses in portal careers. Overall, the program’s partners have hired more than 105,000 military spouses! FCI is committed to supporting and honoring members of the military, their spouses and families, and our nation’s veterans.
Here are some resources that our veteran applicants may find beneficial:
- Looking to marry your military experience to a degree? Click here to visit the GI Bill home page to see how the post 9/11 GI Bill can help you pay for that education! http://www.gibill.va.gov
- The US Department of Labor – Veterans Employment and Training Service (VETS) division “Provides resources and expertise to assist and prepare (veterans) to obtain meaningful careers, maximize their employment opportunities, and protect their employment rights” – http://www.dol.gov/vets