Proud to Be Military Friendly!

Ameren continues to look to former U.S. military personnel to find highly-qualified, motivated individuals to fill key positions throughout our company. View video.

Our long and proud history of hiring military veterans and seeking individuals transitioning to civilian life earns us recognition from organizations and publications, such as G.I. Jobs Magazine, who have again listed us among their top 100 military friendly employers.

If you expect to transition out of the military within the next six months to two years, we invite you to contact us. We would like to learn more about your career interests to determine where you might best fit with Ameren.
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Ameren is Recipient of Employer Support Freedom Award
Ameren is the recipient of the department of defense's “Employer Support Freedom Award,” the U.S. government’s highest recognition awarded to employers for supporting their employees in the National Guard or Army, Navy, Air Force or Coast Guard Reserve. (more)

What Military Friendly Means at Ameren
  • Recognition as a "Top 100 Military Friendly Employer" (fourth consecutive year)
  • Identification as a "Show Me Hero Supporting Business"
  • Recognition for our "Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve"
  • Provision of a corporate military leave policy
  • Provision of excellent employee benefits, including tuition reimbursement
  • Provision for relocation assistance for specific positions

Letter from Warner Baxter

President & CEO, Ameren

Ameren is proud of its long history of hiring military veterans, who are interested in working for one of the largest utilities in the Midwest. Service members bring valuable experience to our company and have the skills for specific positions needed in the industry, including nuclear and technical knowledge.

Ameren’s military recruiting strategy includes conducting or attending nationwide events, from base visits to career fairs. Ameren also uses multiple online resources to reach out to veterans. In addition, we provide security and support to our employed reservists and their families, through continued benefits when they are called to active duty.

Because of our offerings, we are ranked as a Top 100 military-friendly employer by G.I. Jobs, a nationally-recognized magazine that helps provide training and career opportunities for veterans.

More than 350 of Ameren's 8,500 employees have served in the military, and we’ve pledged to hire 200 more through the White House’s Joining Forces initiative. I would like to acknowledge the strength and bravery of all veterans throughout our company. All of us at Ameren thank them for their dedicated service not only to our country, but to our customers as well.

Warner L Baxter, President and CEO, Ameren Corporation

Military Recruitment Process

Military Recruitment Process
Search for a career with Ameren and view our job postings.

If you are three months or less from separation date:
  • Initiate the application process by applying for positions within your skill area and interest. Remember to include your separation date in your application.

If you are three or more months from separation date, or no current positions fit your career objectives:
  • Log in and upload your resume.
  • Create a Job Alert to be notified by email as new positions become available.
  • Continue to apply for opportunities that interest you as you receive the alert email messages.
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If you are a veteran, or military spouse and would like to learn more about a potential career at Ameren, please contact us.

Employee Testimonials

Ameren's Veterans speak...

Tony Estrada       Patrick Owens       Aubrey Pickard
Tony Estrada - Security Shift
Assistant Supervisor,
Callaway Nuclear Plant 
  Patrick Owens - Supervisor,
Meter Shops
  Aubrey Picard - Supervisor,
Customer Service 
Tony served in the U.S. Air
Force as a Law Enforcement
Specialist, and also worked in
the Investigations Section for a
short time while stationed in the

He is currently performing
duties as a Security Shift
Assistant Supervisor,
after being assigned to the
Security Training Department
for approximately seven years.

Tony receives "great
satisfaction from being able to
assist all plant personnel, to
work in a safe and cheerful

Tony has been at Callaway
Plant for almost 28 years, and
has always committed his job
performance to be at the
highest level of performance
possible, everyday.

Patrick currently serves in the
U.S. Army Reserves (34 years),
and is a Lieutenant Colonel,
Infantry Officer serving in the
80 Infantry Regiment out
of Indianapolis, Indiana.

He is presently an AMI Meter
Lead. Patrick finds that he
draws on leadership,
organizational and people skills
learned while serving, to help
accomplish his duties.

During his tenure, he has found
support from co-workers within
Ameren, from supervisors and
managers who have supported
his peace time training and war
time deployment, to co-workers
giving Patrick their personal
phone numbers, so they could
assist his wife and family
while he was deployed.

Patrick appreciates their
generosity. "What great
people!" he said.
Additionally, his co-workers
sent many packages overseas
for him to share with fellow
soldiers and local Guardsmen.

Aubrey served in the U.S. Navy
for four years as a Yeoman 3rd
Class, and was stationed
at Pearl Harbor, where she
worked as an office manager
for the Water Transportation

She currently works as a
Customer Care Associate
where she finds a high level of
job satisfaction know that she's
directly impacting the
company's customer service

Her Naval tour taught her
strong organizational skills, and
a high level of attention to
detail, which are utilized daily
in her current position. Aubrey
stated, "The military instills a
quality work ethic in an
individual, that companies like
Ameren find very desirable
in employees.

Ameren is a company whose
mission and values are top
notch, just like those of our
country's military. In addition,
the pay and benefits offered
are very attractive, and more
than comparable to other
job opportunities."


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