The Arizona Department of Veterans Services is actively working to ensure every Veteran and Service Member comes home to a job. Whether you're wishing to work for an established employer or start your own business, the Arizona Department of Veterans Services is compiling the tools and information to help you secure your economic well being.
Employers Seeking Veterans
If you would like to post employment positions within your organization, the sample resources below provide you with the ability to post open positions. The Arizona Department of Veterans’ Services does not have a dedicated employment website; however, ADVS provides many resources and benefits to our state’s veteran population as well as...READ MORE
Arizona is home to more than 625,000 service members and veterans from all branches and eras of service. These individuals and their families have proven to be a valuable asset to our state and our workforce.
The Arizona Roadmap to Veteran Employment, developed in partnership by the Arizona Department of Veterans Services, Arizona Coalition for Military Families, and many public and...READ MORE
The primary objective of the Veterans Program is to develop and support programs that increase opportunities for veterans to obtain employment and job training in Arizona. Eligible veterans are entitled to receive priority services in job referrals and training by DES staff, as well as other employment-related services.
As part of our services, we will provide Unemployment Insurance...READ MORE
DES operates two programs throughout Arizona to assist veterans in finding employment:
Disabled Veterans Outreach Program (DVOP): DVOP specialists provide intensive services to meet the employment needs of special disabled veterans, disabled veterans, veterans and eligible persons. DVOP specialist are actively involved in outreach efforts to increase program participation among those...READ MORE
A product for Army and Navy Service members, Credentialing Opportunities On-Line (COOL) defines civilian credentials which best map to their Military Occupational Specialties, ratings, jobs, designators, and collateral duties/assignments. It outlines the path, work, training and experience required to achieve them. COOL also provides "how to" instructions for pursuing credentials, links to...READ MORE
- Military Skills Translator – Translates your service’s MOS, AFSC or Rating skill set and...