Fort Wainwright Civilian Career Opportunities
We’re so glad that you’re interested in a career on Fort Wainwright as a Department of Army Civilian! We have wonderful career opportunities at every level – whether you’re just entering the workforce or are a seasoned professional. There are more than 1,000 civilians with incredibly varied backgrounds working on Fort Wainwright in all sorts of professions in both full-time and part-time rolls. If you share our vision to provide service and support excellence to America’s Arctic Warriors, we look forward to welcoming you to our team soon! The link provided below will take you to a current listing of available positions on Fort Wainwright. All applicants need to apply through the USAJOBS site, where the link will take you.
Current Job Openings
Tips for using USAJOBS
Alaska Civilian Personnel Advisory Center
If you have questions about a specific vacancy you have applied for, please email the contact listed on the announcement. For general questions, please contact the Alaska Civilian Personnel Advisory Center at (907) 353-6356 for Non-appropriated Fund (NAF) positions or (907) 384-1374 for Appropriated Fund (AF) positions.
Location: Murphy Hall, building 1046.
Office Hours: Mon-Fri, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Employment Readiness Program
Additionally, for DoD ID card holders, The Employment Readiness Program (ERP) offers resources for employment and volunteer opportunities throughout the Fort Wainwright Community. Services are designed to give you the competitive edge necessary to secure employment and advance your career. Individual and group sessions on federal job searching, resume writing, and interview skills are just a few of the many resources provided. For more information, please call (907) 353-4337.
Ft. Huachuca is always looking for great people to join the team! Please visit the following sites to see what opportunities are available now!
USAJOBS is the U.S. Government’s official system/program for Federal jobs and employment information. USAJOBS delivers a service by which Federal agencies meet their legal obligation (5 USC 3327 and 5 USC 3330) providing public notice of Federal employment opportunities to Federal employees and U.S. citizens.
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