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Jobs for Veterans

OSDTN partners with a number of employers in Tennessee. These jobs range from immediate to delayed hire. Our Career Services team works with these employers to find suitable employment for Veterans, regardless of their education or experience.

Applying for a job can be difficult. Our team can help you translate your military skills, fine-tune your resume, give you interview tips, provide suitable clothing for your interview, and connect you with veteran-friendly employers.

Below are a list of jobs OSDTN can help you apply for. If you are interested in one of these jobs contact our Career Services team:

Metro Nashville Area Jobs
Tim Pearsall
Career Services Coordinator
615-248-1981 ext. 125
[email protected]

Clarksville/Fort Campbell Area Jobs
Frank Ketcham
Career Services Specialist
[email protected]


Metro Nashville Area Jobs

Global company with its North America Headquarters in Lebanon, TN is seeking:

Shipping Clerk
[Four 10-hour shifts (Mon–Thu 6:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.) with some Fridays as needed w/overtime pay]
Responsible for coordinating, maintaining, and controlling all functions relevant to shipping and receiving.  Under general supervision, coordinates a variety of shipping and receiving tasks. Compares identifying information on incoming or outgoing shipments with purchase orders, invoices, or other documents. Prepares shipments for postal or commercial; determines most economical and efficient shipping method; selects appropriate shipping container wrap; packs items to ensure safe delivery. Operates powered industrial truck equipment in order to move materials.

Electronic & Software Engineer
New product development and technical support of current products.  Education and or Experience – Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science Engineering or Electrical Engineering, or related area of study.  Three (3) + years of related work experience. Software Knowlede/Skills: C, C++, RTOS, embedded software design.

Supplier Quality Engineer
Drive the Process & Product Quality Performance among our supplier base thru early involvement in product development projects, as well as collaborating with the suppliers and product maintenance to find root causes, corrective and preventative actions to secure high quality and stable supply of company’s product components.  Education and/or Experience – Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical, Electrical, or Industrial Engineering, or equivalent.  6 Sigma Black Belt Certified. Five (5) + years’ experience in quality related operations or Industrial Engineering and proven record of systematic problem solving.

Sr. Software Developer
Healthcare industry services provider in Hendersonville, TN is looking for a Senior Software Developer who will build, test, and deploy innovative software. The team is small which means your contributions will have a big impact on the success of the company. You will work across the full stack from back-end to front-end. May serve as a technical lead and mentor other developers. After the first two weeks in the office, you may work from home as long as expectations are being met. You will still be required to come into the office for regularly scheduled weekly/bi-weekly team meetings. The “Right-Fit” candidate will be an ambitious problem-solver who values learning, keeps current on technology trends, and enjoys the accountability that is expected from team members. Candidates must have more than seven (7) years of experience deploying high quality, modern web applications

If you are interested in this positions, please email [email protected] or call at 615-248-1981.

A 5-star hotel, in Down Town Nashville, is seeking to fill the following positions. This hotel is ranked as one of the Top 10 in Nashville and one of the Top 15 in Tennessee.

(Posted 04-06-2018)

Director of Catering & Conference – Full-Time
Directs and coordinates the management-related activities of all catering and conference business throughout the hotel. Among its responsibilities are planning, organizing, directing, and coordinating all catering and conference operations; developing new menu’s and establishing policies and procedures for delivery of superior food and beverage product/service and events which exceed the guest expectations and hotel standards; selection, hiring, training of all catering and conference management personnel.

Access Sales Manager – Full-Time
This position is responsible for soliciting, negotiating and booking groups of 50 people or less with 15 sleeping rooms and under. In addition, this position coordinates and services the corporate catering as well as Mason’s Restaurant opportunities.

 Laundry Manager – Full-Time
The Laundry Manager oversees all laundry operations, to include the coordination of production and the preparation of reports to ensure adequate response to respective hotels needs for Guest Room linen/terry, Food and Beverage linen, employee uniforms and guest valet. The Laundry Manager is responsible for the adherence to established operational budgetary guidelines and federal, state, and locally mandated safety and environmental regulations.

 Housekeeping Room Attendant – Full-Time
Responsible for cleaning hotel guest rooms with a high level of quality as set by hotel standards. The Room Attendant must offer superb service to hotel guests by anticipating guests’ needs, demonstrating sensitivity and responsiveness while ensuring complete guest satisfaction.

 Engineer I & II – Full-Time
This person performs trade specific repair and maintenance operations within the specific area of expertise. General maintenance of buildings and grounds, completion of maintenance requests.

 Concierge – Part-Time
This person is responsible for fulfilling guest requests and assistance with utmost courtesy and professionalism while making local suggestions for dining, shopping, and entertainment. Our concierge will also assist guest in making reservations for the suggestions and follows up with the guest. Our concierge is also responsible for promoting the hotel’s food and beverage facilities.

Restaurant Host – Part-Time
The Host is a part of the hotel’s Restaurant Team. This person is responsible for greeting and seating guests, coordinates seating to balance workload among Servers, oversees dining room maintenance, and monitors service to ensure guest satisfaction.

Server – Full-Time (AM)
Responsible for providing prompt, efficient, courteous, and professional Food and Beverage service to the guests of the hotel and the dining and bar facilities. Performs all opening and closing assignments as assigned by management. Takes food and beverage orders accurately and in a timely fashion.

Barista – Part-Time
Responsible for providing exceptional food and beverage services to hotel guests in the Coffee Cart station. Performs all opening duties, sets up and prepares area for sales and service and closing duties; stocks and maintains par stock of coffee and supplies.

Bartender – Full-Time
Provides courteous, professional preparation of beverages for guests and Beverage Servers. Prepares high quality beverages, both alcoholic and non-alcoholic, to order, upon request. Takes orders and serves guests at bar according to company standards and all Local and State legal guidelines. Monitors guest to ensure safety.

Restaurant Cook I – Full-Time
Position requires two years cooking experience in fine dining, upscale, high volume hotel and freestanding restaurant or post-secondary culinary raining/certification as “Cook” from a recognized culinary training school and one year hands on experience. Thorough knowledge and understanding of Food Service Sanitation Standards, and standard kitchen equipment and its use required.

If you are interested in this positions, please email [email protected] or call at 615-248-1981.

A Fortune 500 company in the Gallatin area, and one of the largest producers of containerboard and corrugated packaging products in the U.S., is seeking to fill the following positions on the shifts noted for each shift.  The company only operates during two (2) shifts—1st shift (7A-3P), and 3rd shift (10:30P-6:30A). None of the jobs posted below pay less than $13.25/hour.  Please see the below job titles and brief descriptions (Posted 2018-04-11):

Production Helper – 3 Openings—(2) on 1st Shift & (1) on 3rd Shift:

Responsibilities:  Duties include but are not limited to, cutting straps, removing dunnage, washing print plates, and assist in feeding material.  All activities associated with stacking material, including the ability to read and follow instructions on factory cards. Follow all company safety rules and lock-out-tag-out procedures. Monitor quality of product and report any issues. Assist the Operator, which includes the proper placement of load tags and bands. Responsible for safely operating the machine. May be required to stack parts up to 50 lbs. for a period of up to 12 hours. Must be able to pre-employment background check and drug test.

Basic Qualifications:  High School Graduate or GED. Be passionate about maintaining a safe work environment. Able to pass pre-employment background check and drug test. Must be able to sit, stoop, and bend. Must be able to work overtime and weekends as needed.

Fulfillment Production Utility – 5 Openings—(1) on 1st Shift & (4) on 3rd Shift

Responsibilities:  Must read and follow specification (spec) book to accurately set up line, ensuring all needed materials, including but not limited to tape guns, strapper, bundler, crinkle machine, are present at the line in timely manner for efficient assembly.  Safely and efficiently operate forklift, and other power industrial equipment, to deliver product to line for production and assist in other areas as needed.

Qualifications, Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:  Must be qualified and able to obtain and maintain a company forklift license.  Have 6 months’ experience driving a forklift (preferably while in congested and fast paced production environment). Communicate with production on the placement of staging for lines, as well as communicate with clerks and crew members for staging and cycle counting.  Assist other forklift drivers with loading trailers and placing finished goods in proper location. Perform quality checks on incoming material, alerting appropriate personnel to any obvious defects of and ensure questionable units are be set aside for further inspection.  Must work on production line, as needed and work dictates. Assist with housekeeping duties and perform other duties as required and/or needed.  Comply with all work safety rules, company policies and procedures.

Converting Machine Operators – 3 Openings—both on 3rd Shift

Responsibilities:  All phases of setting up and operating machinery (flexo folder gluer, rotary die cutter). Set up, operate, and monitor machines to ensure proper quality, productivity output, and limit waste.  Act as the leader for the crew in training processes. Mount printing and cutting dies to cylinder/shaft.  Mix and adjust ink viscosity. Perform quality checks on each order.  Verify material based on customer requirements, prior to running.  Work with team to meet daily goals. Adhere to production schedule. Accurately record production data into computer daily.  Perform routing preventative maintenance and housekeeping. Knowledgeable in troubleshooting machinery. Follow all process and procedures in place with safety rules and regulations.

Qualifications, Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:  Candidates must have 2+ years’ experience as a machine operator.  Packaging or printing experience in Flexo Folder Gluer/Rotary Die Cutter. Comfortable working around large machinery. Strong safety background, good attendance record, be able to pass drug and background screening, and be an excellent team worker.

Assistant Operator – 4 Openings—(1) on 1st Shift & (3) on 3rd Shift

Responsibilities:  Work as part of a team in support of a manufacturing operation with a goal of increasing productivity; decreasing downtime and waste. Follow all company safety rules and lock-out tag-out procedures. Maintain shop and shop equipment per 5S Standards. Other duties as assigned. May be required to stack parts up to 30 lbs. for a period of up to 12 hours.

Qualifications, Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:  Be passionate about maintaining a safe work environment. Must be able to pass pre-employment background and drug test. Ability to sit, stoop, and bend. Ability to work overtime and weekends as needed. Must be willing to work closely on a day-to-day basis with other production personnel. Ability to share ideas with others to solve problems of essential importance. Thrive in a cross-functional team environment. Work with a sense of urgency to reduce downtime of machines. Have knowledge of Microsoft applications such as Word, Excel, and Access. Strong written and verbal communication skills. Ability to work in a fast paced environment and handle multiple requests simultaneously.


If you are interested in this positions, please email [email protected] or call at 615-248-1981.

Clarksville/Fort Campbell Area Jobs