This a list of current postings for Veterans that has been supplied to our office. Our office does not guarantee placement into a job, nor does it research any positions listed. Please apply at your own risk.
A U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs VetSuccess representative, Sean Burlile, is also available to assist in resume development and job placement assistance. Be sure to give him a call!
Did you know a Federal Application and a Federal Resume are very different than a civilian Resume? Get help on building your Federal Resume, so you don’t lose out on a job opportunity because you didn’t know what format they require.
Boise State University Careers–Employment Services at Boise State is available to assist individuals in the application process. Employment Services is located in the PAAW Building next to ILC, the entrance faces the Brady Garage. Contact Employment Services via email firstname.lastname@example.org or (208) 426-3648.
Those services include possible retraining with the Veterans Workforce Investment Program (VWIP), assisting veterans with real or perceived barriers to employment, such as a service connected disability, a criminal record, age, and any barrier that you may feel hinders you from gaining meaningful employment.
It is best if you make an appointment to visit with me due to the amount of veterans in your area, you can do this by email or phone. There is a lot of veteran’s information, including a Veterans Information Handbook, that might be of help to you that I could provide at that time, or you can just come by the McCall office to get a copy of the Handbook. Are you aware that a disabled veteran can open closed registers and apply for State jobs? Are you aware that those just getting out of the military have a 120-day window to do the same thing? If you qualify and are interested in opening these registers, contact your veterans representative or the Idaho Division of Human Resources.
There is also the Daily Job List, which is a listing of the new jobs for the day from the Boise, Meridian, Canyon County, Payette, Emmett, McCall and Mountain Home Labor offices. This listing is available at 4 P.M. each day from any of the offices. If you are interested in receiving this listing and other job information such as State Announcements, Federal Announcements, and many more by e-mail, let me know and I will add you to our email list.
The occupational codes you have listed on your registration allow us to email you regarding jobs in these occupations, you can list up to six different occupational codes. The more codes listed, the more opportunities for getting called on job openings. You can access your registration on-line at http://www.labor.idaho.gov or http://www.idahoworks.org.
If the need should arise, you may be asked to present a copy of your DD-214. If you do not have a copy of it, come in and we will order a copy from you military records. It will take 7 to 10 days to receive. Idaho Department of Labor Job search listings.
The list below is a work in progress, so if you have a listing you would like to have added to this please email us at VeteranServices@boisestate.edu. If you see something out of date, please also feel free to let us know so it can be corrected.