You know unmanned. I know you.

At Unmannedpower we know that resumes don’t find great jobs, people do. You are more than a list of bullet points. We know you are passionate about opportunities in unmanned and robotics because we are, too! And we know sometimes you’d love some advice!


Your Career Coach

We’ll act as your career coach to help you reach and exceed your career goals. We will spend time getting to know you, understanding what you can do, and more importantly, what you want to do. Then, we will market you to the people who are looking for your skills and talent.

Industry Knowledge & Expertise

Unmanned is all we do–every employer, every job seeker, every conversation. We speak unmanned, and we have the experience and the contacts in the unmanned and robotics community to help you succeed.


We deeply appreciate the trust you place in us as we navigate your career search, and we take matters of confidentiality very seriously. Your information will not be released without your express permission.

Interview and Resume Coaching

We want you to be successful and will coach you through every step of the search process. We’ll provide targeted resume advice to ensure you make the best first impression possible. We will provide you with proven tools to prepare for your interviews. And we will coach you through accepting the offer. You aren’t alone!


We know what employers are paying for your skill sets in the unmanned and robotics space and can advise you on what you should expect or request for your dream opportunity. We’ll help you evaluate the ever present trade-offs among compensation, location, and job satisfaction. Try our Salary Calculator now.


Is your resume working for you? If not, then put your resume to work with the following five tips:

  • Condense. You don’t want to read more than one or two pages about yourself, and neither does your new manager.

  • Start strong. Lead with a summary or executive profile that highlights your big-picture accomplishments and clearly defines the value you provide to the employer.

  • Be selective. Consider whether the information included will persuade an employer to interview you.

  • Proofread. Proofread. Proofread. And then ask someone else to proofread.

  • Quantify. Providing information in numbers, percentages, and dollars help prove your case. 

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