Penske Offers Jobs for Veterans Nationwide

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Careers for Veterans

Penske Hires Veterans

Penske thanks military personnel and veterans for their service to the United States and for the sacrifices they have made to ensure our safety and freedom. We appreciate the values, work ethic and leadership skills veterans bring as associates to our teams.

Penske is actively recruiting and hiring veterans nationwide. We seek high-performance people with a deep passion for customer service and high ethical standards. Sound like you?

You can search for jobs using your MOS or MOC codes, as well as by keywords and geographic locations.

We promote employment opportunities in military publications, on veterans' job boards, and through exclusive partnerships with military-friendly organizations including ESGR, G.I. Jobs, RecruitMilitary, Military Officers Association of America, VetCentral, Bradley-Morris, Inc., Lucas Group, VRS Virtual Veteran Career Fairs, Hirepurpose and Hiring Our Heroes.

Penske has teamed up with Veteran Recruiting Services and other leading employers to support the White House Joining Forces Initiative to hire at least 50,000 veterans and military spouses by 2018. In 2015, 11 percent of Penske new-hires were veterans.

Penske Supports our Troops

Penske is proud to partner with and support military-friendly organizations, including: The Paralyzed Veterans of America’s Mission: ABLE campaign, Support Military Spouses, World T.E.A.M. Sports and Toys for Tots.

Our associates across America also regularly volunteer for organizations that support and honor our troops and veterans, such as Wreaths Across America and Penske Cares for our Troops.

Penske offers discounts on truck rentals for active military members and veterans when reserving one-way truck rentals online.

Veteran Awards and Recognition

Penske has been widely recognized for supporting veterans and veteran organizations.

We spotlight veterans on our “Move Ahead” blog who have found a rewarding career at Penske.