We offer a number of job training and placement opportunities for our veterans and wounded warriors. Below are some of the fields in which we work to place our veterans and warriors.
EagleForce Warrior Foundation is proud to partner with Merrill Lynch to provide Veterans with two opportunities to enrich their Financial Management careers.
Client Associates - The Client Associate (CA) role is a sales support position, typically providing dedicated operational and sales support to multiple Financial Advisors (FA's). Incumbents may also on a regular basis support office initiatives, in addition to the businesses of particular FA's. For established clients, the CA will often serve as the most frequent point of contact with Merrill Lynch.
Practice Management Development (PMD) participant - a structured and disciplined 43-month training program designed for those who want to make a career transition and follow their passion to become a Merrill Lynch financial advisor. Through the program, you’ll receive what we believe to be the most professional and client-focused sales, investment and business management training in the industry, all while focusing on developing long-lasting client relationships. The PMD program firmly demonstrates our ongoing commitment to the growth and progress of our financial advisors.
Analytics - Investigate facts, figures, and other data to help research trends, make predictions, and evaluate information.
Construction - Work with installation and other building materials in construction of houses, buildings, and more.
Criminal Justice - Uphold your civic duty by focusing on a career in law enforcement or other opportunities within the legal field.
Electronic Engineering - Create, design, and develop hardware devices for everyday use.
Financial Management - Provide financial peace of mind whether in accounting, cash management, risk management, or fund management.
Information Security - Build and maintain sets of electronic processes that serve to protect electronic data from external threats.
Infrastructure - Shape transportation, electric systems, roadways, and more in an area that serves as the framework for national growth and development.
Manufacturing - Prepare raw materials such as food and textiles, for consumer use.
Mechanical Engineering - Design both small components and devices to larger, more complex functioning systems.