Lexmark International, Inc.

Industry: Information Technology

About Lexmark International, Inc.

Lexmark International is a global technology leader creating enterprise software, hardware and services that remove the inefficiencies of information silos and disconnected processes. Lexmark combines our innovative technology with deep industry expertise to automate information-driven processes in retail, financial services, healthcare, manufacturing, education, government and more. These solutions bridge crucial gaps between your core systems and the information outside their control - simplifying and completing the processes that run your business. By applying exceptional customer engagement to understand our customer's complex challenges, we connect people to the precise information they need at the moment they need it.

STATUS: Military Friendly®

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Why Work at the Company?

Lexmark appreciates your service. We also know that your service comes with skills and experiences that we value at Lexmark, such as leadership, teamwork and adaptability. We actively seek out veterans for our available positions. We post all of our openings on job boards and with groups that cater to transitioning military, and each year we attend many recruiting events geared toward veterans. Once on board, veterans at Lexmark can take advantage of our progressive military leave policies and variety of employee engagement and development opportunities our company offers.

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