Founded in the now-triumphant city of Cleveland, Ohio, (Go Cavs!) back in 1914, Eaton Corporation started with the manufacture of the patented internal-gear truck axle by Torbensen. With this idea, the company expanded into the diversified sector that focuses on energy-efficient solutions across several platforms.
Ever wonder how they make all that lovely aircraft refueling equipment? No? I’m sorry, that’s not the correct answer. Yes? Good, you learn fast. Eaton Corporation is one of the leading companies that design and manufacture this stuff. They even make parts for the aerospace industry, including aircraft engines and “components to build fuel conveyance and delivery sub-systems from the tank to the engine.” Whoa, mind blown. Have a background in aircraft maintenance? Check out the veteran opportunities at Eaton Corporation.
Our world runs on electronics, and if you have a military background in it (shout-out to all the electrician’s mates out there) Eaton can be your bae. (I know, I know, I went there.) Specializing in the assessment of customer power needs and subsequently designing and delivering these systems, Eaton looks to provide a product that is not only smart but energy efficient. This is beyond general positive versus negative nubs on your AAA batteries. If you are interested in the electrical theory and how to provide efficient solutions, take a look at some of the incredible stuff Eaton’s been coming up with, including the WaveStream LED design. Nukes, I know you guys are all over this.
If you not only enjoy fixing up cars but wondered about the creation of parts, perhaps even pondered about how these should be designed, Eaton might have a place for you. As one of the premier manufacturers of transmissions, clutches among so many other fine vehicle parts, Eaton focuses on the creation of vehicle “overall efficiency, performance and power.” Those of you who have a military background with vehicle repair may find your skills very useful with Eaton. Among the rich variety that Eaton offers are focuses in industrial filtration and plastic extrusion. From designing products and problem-solving to technical application, you can be part of the ground-up creation and installation of these products.
Eaton really puts action into the claim of being “Military Friendly®,” something I particularly value. Not all employers go to such lengths to recruit, welcome and value their veterans. You can see it from their efforts to focus on veteran applicants. Their career department includes specialized military recruiters who encourage connection with potential applicants. If Eaton piques your curiosity but you’re unsure where to start, I highly recommend contacting their military recruiters. You may be surprised how they could use your military experience.
In addition, their career page includes veteran employee testimonials, as well as “featured jobs” that include positions of field service engineer/technician, production supervisor/technician and material handler. The company holds positions in locations throughout the U.S., as well as overseas, making it further accessible to those who are transitioning from active duty.
I encourage you to take a look at Eaton and their outstanding veteran opportunities!
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