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Brian R. Luppino–Regional Operations Manager
Military Branch: United States Marine Corps
Years Served: 4 years
Highest pay grade: E-4 Corporal
Military Occupational Skill/ Career Field: MOS 0331 Marine Machine Gunner
Roles & Responsibilities of last position in the military: Machine Gun Squad Leader – Responsible for the tactical deployment of light, medium or heavy weight machine gun squad to support the mission at hand. Machine guns provide direct fire support to infantry riflemen squads and platoons.
What is your job role at HomeServe?
Responsible for the companies contractor network performance in the Southeast Region.
What was the biggest transition headache?
The hardest part of transitioning from the military to civilian life is finding a way to translate the skills you learned in the military into meaningful civilian employment.
What skills did you bring with you?
The marines taught me the following skills: Leadership, accountability, ethics, high work ethic, chain of command, setting a good example and confidence to complete the mission at hand.
What made you want to become part of this new team?
I chose HomeServe because of the company’s culture and growth while having extreme focus on the customer’s experience.
How did you research your options?
I used the internet and word of mouth through friends and associations.
What advice would you give to other transitioning military members?
Understand that the skills and disciplines you have learned in the military are very valued by employers. HomeServe is a great place to work or you can find meaningful employment in the trades with one of our network contractors. Tradesman like, electricians, HVAC technicians and plumbers are secure ways to build a career and are in high demand throughout the United States.