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The Army Corps of Engineers, Army Medical Command, and Department of Defense are looking for civilians to support key relief and rebuilding efforts
ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS
Seeking to hire civilians to assist in rebuilding Iraq and Afghanistan
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) continues to play a key role in defense operations as well as responding to natural disasters, both at home and abroad. Civilian employees have deployed in support of military operations throughout history. USACE civilians have been used in the past to support military operations, humanitarian relief, peace support operations, conflicts and war. USACE civilians will continue to be needed to support these types of operations in the future and must be prepared to provide support for these endeavors.
The Corps has an ongoing mission, one unprecedented in size and scope, to assist in rebuilding Iraq's infrastructure. There is also a similar, though smaller, mission in Afghanistan. Civilian employees are needed and are critical to the success of our missions. The Corps' objective is to ensure that qualified Army civilian employees are available in adequate numbers with skills to meet worldwide mission requirements during periods of national emergency, mobilization, war, military crisis or other contingencies.
The Army COE has a current critical need for the following types of positions:
For more information, please visit: http://cpolwapp.belvoir.army.mil/coe-gwot/.
- Program and Project Managers GS-13/14
- Project Engineers GS-12/13
- Engineers with Administrative Contracting Officer Warrants GS-12-14
- Financial Managers GS-13/14
- Budget Analysts GS-11-13
- Accountants and Systems Accountants GS-11/12
- Information Technology Specialists GS-11-14
- Logistics Specialists GS-11-14
- Engineers - Civil, Electrical, Mechanical, Structural, General GS-11-14
The Department of the Army is seeking to hire highly skilled and deeply motivated U.S. citizens to work as civilians assisting the Iraq Project and Contracting Office deliver services, supplies and infrastructure identified within the Iraqi Relief and Reconstruction Fund. This is a unique opportunity to serve our country.
People who submit a resume need to understand that conditions may be harsh, primitive and hazardous. Conversely, there may be few opportunities in life to make such a lasting contribution to world peace. Prior experience in the military should be a big help in adapting to the mission. For more information, please visit our website at: http://cpolwapp.belvoir.army.mil/iraq-pco .
Global War On Terrorism
The U.S. Army Medical Command (MEDCOM) needs your services in the global war on terrorism (GWOT). MEDCOM is hiring a variety of highly skilled healthcare providers and medical support personnel. Civilian employment opportunities exist for temporary, term and permanent positions. For more information, please visit: http://cpolwapp.belvoir.army.mil/medcom-gwot/.