U.S. soldiers will receive new transition training and services by implementing new requirements from the Army’s transition implementation plan and forming transition support teams to unit locations.
The company said it expects to hire 250 additional employees at locations worldwide to deliver these services.
Serco has provided these services for more than 22 years and will also work with the Army National Guard and Army Reserves, said Steve Sultan, president of the defense personnel services unit.
The company will update its automated resources suice, develop new instructional materials and establish a permanent career alumni program center in Kuwait.
Work will include face-to-face and help desk support at 53 locations throughout the U.S., Korea, Italy and Germany as well as a virtual counseling environment.
Serco is also hiring 70 more employees to help the U.S. military transition out of Afghanistan by closing bases and moving personnel.