According to Fusion Cell, “The name FUSION CELL was spawned in the early part of the Global War on Terror. In the early days, uniquely qualified and skilled personnel from different services and DoD agencies were blended together in very successful groups known as Cross Functional Teams (CFT). Later, when strategic leadership ran into poor interoperability issues between DoD agencies charged with providing crucial time sensitive information, they knew something had to change. Harkening back to the success of CFTs, leadership came up with a plan that called for putting the right Subject Matter Experts together into a “cell”, flattening their lines of authority, and centralizing the chain of command – Fusion Cell.
FUSION CELL today wants to flatten the transitioning slope veterans face when trying to enter corporate America. Fuse a civilian workforce relationship with someone who better understands the professional opportunities and upward progression of those serving. Why not know who or what companies are interested in hiring YOU now or even before completion of your service commitment?”
|Active Military, Veterans
|Administration, Customer Service, Human Resources, Operations
|Full-Time, Part-Time, Remote, Combination Remote and Office, Permanent
|Military or Veteran Focus?
|Veteran or Spouse-Owned?
|Where do they place people?
|Job board and One-on-one career support
Military & Veteran Focus
Who would Fusion Cell be best for?
Fusion Cell would be good for veterans, or active duty that will soon be transitioning out of the military.
Does Fusion Cell offer specialized service(s) to veterans, transitioning military or military spouses?
Yes, their mission is to help veterans navigate the journey back into the civilian workforce where their military values, experience, and work ethic can shine. They help bring talent to top companies from startups to Fortune 500.
Their team works with you before, during, and after separation to ensure your career is on track. The program is open to those who are currently serving, those who plan to separate from service within 24 months, or those beginning or advancing their careers.
Does Fusion Cell offer discounts to military or veterans?
Their services are free of charge.
Is Fusion Cell veteran-owned?
Yes, it does appear that Fusion Cell is veteran-owned.
Job Types & Locations
What areas of the country do they place people?
They place people in jobs in these states as well as Romania:
- New York
- New Hampshire
- New Jersey
- New York
- North Carolina
What kinds of jobs do they recruit for?
They recruit for jobs in these categories:
- Business Development
- Customer Success
What types of jobs does Fusion Cell place people in?
What companies does Fusion Cell work with?
They work with a variety of companies from the U.S Government to startups to Fortune 500 companies.
Unique Services & Programs
Fusion Cell also offers resources such as webinars, white papers, case studies, videos, and podcasts.
Where is Fusion Cell located?
Their headquarters are in Windham, NH.
Do they have offices around the country?
No, they do not appear to have offices around the country.
Fusion Cell Review
Fusion Cell has a good website. There don’t seem to be as many details as found on similar websites. They do have a job listing section where you can scan the list of available jobs. At the moment they have 108 jobs listed throughout the country and Romania as well as some remote.
Fusion Cell Testimonials
There does not appear to be any public reviews at this time.