CoServ is a great place for veterans to work
★ The service and logistics coordinator who keeps track of CoServ’s equipment and projects.
★ The engineer who designs the electrical infrastructure that brings power to your home.
★ Several of the linemen and gas technicians who help keep energy flowing to your home 24 hours a day.
★ The director of job training and safety who ensures everyone works safely and makes it home to their families every day.
★ The IT manager who keeps CoServ’s technology working properly.
What do they all have in common?
They all served in the U.S. military and are putting the skills they learned to work at CoServ.
CoServ proudly employs 36 veterans from multiple branches of service who work a variety of different jobs companywide. With Veterans Day this month, CoServ wants to recognize and thank those Employees for their service and dedication to our country.
Gas Operations Field Supervisor Craig Lay served in the Navy from 2010 to 2016 as an aviation rescue swimmer and crew chief on an MH-60 helicopter. He did three deployments, including two where he was stationed in Bahrain and supported the fleet in the Arabian Gulf.
When asked about working at CoServ as a veteran, Craig said, “I think a lot of the leadership skills I learned translate to this job. CoServ is a good place for veterans to work because it is a place that values veterans, has veterans organization within the company and has a number of events to thank them throughout the year like FC Dallas games and luncheons.”
We also want to wish a happy Veterans Day to all our Members and Customers who served and thank them for their service.
CoServ is always hiring so if you’re a veteran looking for a new career, visit CoServ.com/Careers to see the latest job postings.