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Your specialized skills belong with a military-friendly company

More than 1 in 10 of our employees are military veterans. We are a proud partner of the Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve and we have been named a Top 100 military-friendly employer for the past eight years.

Bring your military experience to Xcel Energy, where we'll give you our best – a purpose-driven career, solid job security, and challenging work.

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Translate Your Military Experience into a Career

A utility is a great place to transition your career. We work in a stable industry with job security that has a diverse supply of energy solutions. We provide our employees a high value benefits package along with career mobility and opportunities.

Veterans who become Xcel Energy employees can participate in our Military Ombudsmen for Veterans and Employees (MOVE) affinity group and take advantage of a tuition reimbursement program that can be combined with GI Bill benefits. We also provide additional ongoing support through your transition, including:

Learn more about translating your military experience into a career with Xcel Energy by visiting our military jobs page where you'll find:

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We are looking for people to fill entry level, field and skilled labor, and corporate positions. You may also apply to the Veteran General Interest posting to express your interest in a career with Xcel Energy, or you can email our military recruiter.

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Energy Saving Tip

Set your hot water heater to no higher than 120 degrees Fahrenheit. This isn't just energy smart—it's also safer, since it reduces the likelihood of accidental burns.

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Always call 811 before digging in your yard to avoid hitting buried gas or electric lines. Not only is it the safe thing to do, but it's the law.