> USAG ANSBACH WEEKLY JOB LISTING (U.S.)
The USAG Ansbach Army Community Service's Employment Readiness Program tracks available job listings in the USAG Ansbach footprint, to include installations at Katterbach, Urlas, Shipton, Bismark, Bleidorn, Barton, Franken, Oberdachstetten and Stork Kasernes. This list is aimed at helping community members identify job opportunities and find employment while in Ansbach.
> USAG ANSBACH WEEKLY JOB LISTING (LN)
Job announcements for local national (LN) employees in the USAG Ansbach footprint, to include installations at Katterbach, Urlas, Shipton, Bismarck, Bleidorn, Barton, Franken, Oberdachstetten and Storck Kasernes. For more, visit the Multi National Recruitment System (MNRS) page.
This handbook serves as a ready reference for relocating spouses and family members to USAG Ansbach.
USAjobs.gov provides a listing of available jobs in Ansbach. In the location search bar, the specific location, such as "Ansbach, Germany" to find jobs in the area. To learn how to use the site to your advantage, contact ARMY COMMUNITY SERVICES (ACS) and ask about their Employment Readiness Program.
The DeCA Commissary is located on Ulas Kaserne.
This site is intended to provide an opportunity for new applicants to express interest in positions available at the Exchange.
Search the bid board for available positions and for information on how to bid on a contract.
This section implemented measures to increase employment opportunities for spouses of members of the Armed Forces.
You may be eligible for a position in the German economy.
HOME BASED BUSINESS (HBB)
FOR INSTRUCTIONS ON HOW TO SUBMIT YOUR OWN HBB FOR APPROVAL:
- Ansbach — CLICK HERE
Military personnel, DOD civilian employees and their family members can operate home-based businesses (HBBs), and other commercial solicitation to provide goods and services to other U.S. forces members and affiliates.
Family members stationed in Europe may want to work out of their home and try their hand at starting a business in or out of their government quarters.
Examples of supported businesses and services are tutoring, singing and dancing lessons, photography, crafts, some cosmetic services, accounting and tax services, word processing and similar enterprises. In addition, multi-level sales activities (i.e. Avon, Tupperware and Mary Kay) are typical HBB activities. Family Childcare (FCC) providers and private organization fundraising activities are not considered HBBs.
Products and services that come into direct competition with on-post providers, such as Army and Air Force Exchange Service, Family and MWR, and other non-appropriated fund activities, are evaluated on a case-by-case basis and are generally not permitted. Additionally, the sale of goods and services against the morale and good order of the community are strictly prohibited.
Services involving hair styling, cutting and coloring; baking and food preparation; children; and party activities are heavily regulated by German law. Individuals interested in operating an HBB related to these activities must comply with host nation and local laws regarding licensure and work permits. Business owners may also be subject to host nation taxes and fees.
All HBB owners, regardless of business or location, are subject to in-person sanitation reviews conducted by the Army and the German government.
DOD-sponsored personnel who operate unauthorized HBBs or violate Army regulation may be face disciplinary action, loss of individual logistic support, denial of access to Army installations in Europe and removal from housing.
To report unauthorized businesses or commercial activities, contact the Customs Office: CIV. 0981-183-7842