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Veterans & Service Members

Proudly supporting those who have served

We appreciate the extraordinary contributions and sacrifices made in defense of our democracies and way of life by service members and their families.

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We’re committed to developing our pipeline for veterans and service members who bring technical skills, diverse perspectives, a strong work ethic and unique experiences that help strengthen our company culture. No matter where or how you served, we’re deeply grateful. 

Dedicated Employee Resource Group

Veterans@Splunk plays a critical role in informing our holistic approach to service member representation and belonging, and amplifying the perspectives they bring. The group introduces processes, programming and experiences aimed at ensuring our veterans and service members feel supported and thrive. 

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Easing the transition to civilian life

Splunk’s SkillBridge HireMilitary Internship Program offers transitioning service members an opportunity to gain relevant, technical experience in preparation for post-military careers. Interns have access to formal training opportunities, skills development resources and support from our veteran community. Reach out to us at

Transitioning from service to technology

TechVets is a UK-based nonprofit that helps service members navigate the transition out of the military and into new civilian careers in technology. Funding and free technical training through our workforce development program enable TechVets to provide no-cost access to Splunk courses and certifications.

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Decked out in tactical gear inside an aircraft, Splunk Partner Technical Manager and veteran Vivian Richards is excited and ready for her next mission.

Vivian Richards

Partner Technical Manager

Serving 20 years, Vivian is an Army combat veteran. Vivian retired as a Sergeant Major, the most senior enlisted rank and is a proud paratrooper and jumpmaster for Airborne Operations.

It’s been amazing to see who at Splunk, internationally, has served and continues to serve. My military service informs so much of my leadership, teamwork and professional ethic. It’s been awesome to share stories and fellowship across the Veterans ERG and its allies!

Free Splunk education

The Splunk $100 million pledge includes free eLearning courses through our workforce development program to teach veterans how to use our technology and connect them with Splunk customers.

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Paid military leave

As part of our commitment to supporting service members, Splunk also offers paid military leave for up to 20 days.

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Ben Lovley

Staff Sales Engineer

As a staff strategic solutions engineer for the UK Public Sector, with a special focus on Aerospace, Defence and Other Government Departments (OGD), Ben is also a long-term Splunk user and spends his downtime creating things like the Splunk Motorcycle and a recent Hackathon series.

There is no better feeling than knowing I’m able to help some of the nation’s most important resources to ensure they are safe and secure from nefarious actors. Knowing that I’m helping the greater good is such a great feeling. And of course, doing it in a friendly, fun and exciting workplace is second to none.

Veteran and Staff Sales Engineer Ben Lovley holds his daughter to his side while on a walk in the woods.

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Splunk’s Hiring Practices

We value diversity, equity and inclusion at Splunk and are an equal employment opportunity employer. Qualified applicants receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, ancestry, sex, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, marital status, age, physical or mental disability or medical condition, genetic information, veteran status or any other consideration made unlawful by federal, state or local laws. We consider qualified applicants with criminal histories, consistent with legal requirements. Click here to review the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s Know Your Rights notice. Please click here to review Splunk’s Equal Employment Opportunity Policy Statement. If you need assistance or an accommodation to apply or during the hiring process, please let us know by completing our Accommodation Request form.
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