Careers for Veterans at AmerisourceBergen

We value your leadership

You have changed lives for the better, prevailed in the face of difficult challenges and been a first-rate leader. Your impact spreads far and wide, and to AmerisourceBergen, you possess rare and inspiring qualities. Let us help you continue to develop your skills and impact our customers’, and their patients’ lives. At AmerisourceBergen, we are patient-minded first. We believe in providing the utmost in products, services and innovation for our customers. Whether your passion is distribution, consulting, customer service, sales, clinical, technology, global sourcing, logistics or a variety of other fields, let our collaborative environment help you transition into the corporate world and support your professional growth and development. 

Veteran Success Stories

Learn more about our veterans, their history and their roles at AmerisourceBergen.

Kechia Eutsey, Inventory Control Clerk II 

Rank: E4 Branch: Air Force/Army National Guard  I served time in both the Air Force and the Army National Guard. After working for a few companies, I was fortunate to eventually join the Oncology Supply team in 2009 as a Warehouse Packer. A little over a year later, I was promoted to Inventory Control. Advice: Computer skills are a basic necessity in today’s workforce. Research companies in the area you plan to live in once you leave the military, then decide how you want to move forward in your career. Work hard, do what's right and always represent your company in a manner that will make others ask how they can become a part of the team. Dream big and love what you do. My service years taught me how to be a true team player. The military gave me structure. I work hard and I appreciate every opportunity given to me in order for me to succeed and advance.

Cesare Gambone, Manager, Endpoint Support Northeast/International

Rank/Rate: CTR2 | Branch: U.S. Navy I spent time in the Navy learning signals and communication as it related to military intelligence had several opportunities to go to sea, completing one 6-month deployment to the Mediterranean and Adriatic seas aboard the U.S.S. Saipan. Advice: With help from the G.I. Bill, earning my bachelor’s degree and MBA gave me the foundation to build a career. I would also say that anyone transitioning out of the armed forces should network as much as you can and always list your status as a veteran. You never know when there will be someone like me on the other side of the hiring desk who also happens to be a veteran and knows what high level of skills you bring with you to the workforce.
Program spotlight

Veterans in Action 

Veterans in Action is an employee group that encourages dialogue and networking among servicemembers at AmerisourceBergen. The group supports our efforts to connect veterans across the company. We partner with military placement organizations to assist servicemembers with transitioning into full-time jobs across our network.
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