We hire from all five military branches (Marines, Army, Navy, Air-Force, Space Force). We also employ our brothers and sisters from the Coast Guard, Reserves, and National Guard. ROTC and first responders are encouraged to apply. We even hire those that have taken their oath at MEPPS, but are still awaiting shipment to boot camp/ basic/ OCS. Dependants are part of our family as well and we’ve got positions open and available.
We do make exceptions to our policies from time to time for exceptionally qualified candidates.
Our original HQ unit is located in Alexandria, Virginia.
Yes, if you’ve gone off active duty orders you’ll have a DD-214. Please bring with your resume to your interview. If you are on active duty you should already have your ID on you.
An honorable discharge is preferred. Integrity is at the cornerstone of everything we do at Two Marines Moving, and we rely upon it to be a cohesive team. However, we make exceptions to the strong preference for an honorable discharge. We also consider the severity of the infraction, the length of time since the infraction, and your record of character and work.
Not a problem. As long as it doesn’t prevent you from performing your job duties, you’re more than welcome to earn a spot on our team.
If you are applying for a mover position, business casual is the uniform of the day.
If you are applying for a management/office position it’s business professional.
They vary depending on the position and your type of employment. We have full time, part time, weekend only, and transitional positions open. Apply or ask one of our recruiters for more information.
Top 5 Reasons to Join Two Marines Moving
Yes. This is our 14th year in business, but we’re still growing. Opportunities for promotion are available for those that demonstrate proficiency in their current position, the right attitude, and desire to better themselves while meeting the companies missions, Good management is recognized. Good leadership is recognized.
That’s great! Scheduling for movers is very flexible. You actually pick the days you work for any given month, by completing your availability schedule no later than the 20th of the month prior. Example: Go to school MWF and work at Two marines Moving on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday. Go ahead and schedule yourself to work a little less during exam time, and a lot more during summer break.
How do I apply?