Company Description

BufferSprings is a 100% service-disabled, veteran-owned, and operated company that helps other companies create effective and sustainable military talent programs. We specialize in empowering companies to create robust veteran hiring programs and elevating veterans to achieve their career goals.

Read more about our SkillBridge program and philosophy here!

Job Description

Our partners at Outsolve are the industry leaders in affirmative action services, workforce analytics, and compensation analysis. Started in 1998, OutSolve has grown to be an industry‐leading consulting firm supporting over 1,500 companies and more than 15,000 AAPs annually. OutSolve’s experienced consultants and staff are dedicated to unmatched customer service and offer
year‐round Affirmative Action and related consulting.

If you’re interested in a career in Human Resources or compliance, this is an incredible SkillBridge opportunity for you!

Key Skills

Outsolve has an incredible training plan to build SkillBridge interns into efficient and knowledgable HR professionals. To get started, these are the skills they’re looking for:

  • Ability to learn software and regulations pertaining to the affirmative action program
  • Ability to establish and maintain positive client relationships
  • Good Critical Thinking Skills to help identify issues with client’s data
  • Excellent written and oral communication
  • Ability to be Independently motivated
  • Strong Organizational skills
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Excel and Microsoft Word
  • Good Time Management and Multitasking Skills
  • Ability to work well with others and contributes to the overall success of the organization

Program Location 

Most opportunities are remote/WFH and may also involve on-site work with your employer host in a location aligned with your needs.

Program Duration

3-6 months


Open to all qualified transitioning active-duty U.S. service members, both officer and enlisted, of any rank and branch.

Must have 180 days of active duty service remaining before the date of separation and have obtained approval or be in the approval process from the unit/command.

Note: As published in Department of Defense Instruction 1322.291 and as outlined in the U.S. Department of Labor’s Fact Sheet #712 of January 2018, Servicemembers participating in a SkillBridge program are participating in a capstone training experience at the end of the military career and are NOT eligible for wages or other benefits from industry partners since the program is supported by the Department of Defense which will continue to cover the salaries and benefits of the participating members.