Splunk

Splunk was founded to pursue a disruptive new vision: make machine data accessible, usable and valuable to everyone.

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At Splunk, our culture is defined by five words—innovative, passionate, disruptive, open and fun. These values are central to our business and continue to be the driving force behind our unique culture and technology.

As a global organization with nearly 3000 employees, we know that to perform at our best, our employees must feel free to be their authentic selves. We celebrate diversity, encourage different perspectives and believe we are made stronger by our individual uniqueness. And it's this exceptional culture that serves as the foundation for every milestone in our journey.

We are dedicated to investing in military talent, supporting military-related non-profits and building a veteran-friendly workplace. A good example of our dedication in action is our recent partnership with Team Rubicon. Through our $100 million Splunk Pledge, Team Rubicon and Splunk use data to match the skills of military veterans with first responders in order to rapidly deploy emergency response teams during environmental and humanitarian crises. Learn more about our partnership here.

We're looking for action-oriented team players to join our company and help us tackle important problems. With your unique work experience, as well our shared passion for serving the community, we invite you to help us make a big difference with big data!

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Meet our veterans

Heidi

Sales Recruiter
U.S. Army - Captain, Healthcare Administrator
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John

Customer Success Officer
U.S. Army - Captain, Engineer Officer
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John
Customer Success Officer
U.S. Army - Captain, Engineer Officer
About
John

I am responsible for our Splunk's Customer Success organization, which assists our customers in adopting Splunk's technology. We work to ensure that we help our customers achieve their desired outcomes and digital transformations within their organization.Over time we hope our actions will assist in developing long-termcustomerrelationships that promote retention and loyalty. Wework closely withcustomersevery day to ensure they are satisfied with the services and technology they receive from Splunk.

John
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Ensure your resume and LinkedIn profile reflect what you did in the military, but in civilian terms. Among many things, this means updating your photo from your camouflage or dress uniform to something that is more representative of what you might wear in the industry you are pursuing. Establish your professional network, then set up calls and meet with others who have professional experiences that you want to learn more about. Quickly determine what are your interests and vest your time accordingly in pursuit of them and understand if there are pre-requisites or experiences needed for a given role. If you do not have the designated pre-requisites for a given role, consider taking courses to achieve them. Also, be prepared to take a different role with the ability to grow into the desired role. Finally, many you encounter won't understand your experiences. Take this opportunity to clearly articulate what you did and how it relates to the positions you are pursuing. Good luck!

Ish

Account Executive
U.S. Marine Corps - Captain, Infantry Officer
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Ish
Account Executive
U.S. Marine Corps - Captain, Infantry Officer
About
Ish

As the account executive (or RSM), I am the lead externally-facing Splunk employee in charge of a given account/territory/region. In this role, my primary responsibility is carrying a sales quota pertaining to that account/territory/region. In this capacity, I function as the “quarterback�? for the account. Therefore, I need to understand the customer's business objectives and vision and then leverage the resources around me to help them achieve their goals. This oftentimes means coordinating with various divisions in Splunk to ensure the customer is positioned for success and present all of our capabilities. In this role, you have to be able to work with and lead others and not lose focus on your sales quota. This requires advocating for your customer, their vision and even guiding your colleagues and how they can best support the project. It can be both exciting and challenging and is a great way to holistically learn about our business.

Ish
's Advice

Ensure your resume and LinkedIn profile reflect what you did in the military, but in civilian terms. Among many things, this means updating your photo from your camouflage or dress uniform to something that is more representative of what you might wear in the industry you are pursuing. Establish your professional network, then set up calls and meet with others who have professional experiences that you want to learn more about. Quickly determine what are your interests and vest your time accordingly in pursuit of them and understand if there are pre-requisites or experiences needed for a given role. If you do not have the designated pre-requisites for a given role, consider taking courses to achieve them. Also, be prepared to take a different role with the ability to grow into the desired role. Finally, many you encounter won't understand your experiences. Take this opportunity to clearly articulate what you did and how it relates to the positions you are pursuing. Good luck!

U.S. Marine Corps
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Army National Guard, 25C
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