Civilian Careers Spotlight

From groundbreaking innovations to tackling global challenges, DOD has a place and position for you. Here, we highlight trending roles, showcase cutting-edge fields, and connect talent with opportunities.Where will you find your fit?




Become Part of NAVFAC: Shaping the Future of Naval Infrastructure

The Naval Facilities Engineering Systems Command (NAVFAC) is dedicated to planning, building, and maintaining sustainable facilities for the Navy. Our mission includes delivering environmental and utility services, as well as managing expeditionary combat force systems and equipment.

Discover a range of professional development programs within the LIFE tab on our LinkedIn page. NAVFAC offers opportunities such as the New Professionals Program, internships, and scholarships like the DoD SMART Scholar Program, all designed to foster talent and advance careers in science, engineering, and research.

Be sure to check out our video for an inside look at NAVFAC’s career opportunities and dynamic work environment!

Join the Mission to Secure Our Skies: Explore Career Opportunities with the USSF in Space Systems Acquisitions and More!

The Department of Defense relies on satellites and advanced space-based technology for secure communications, navigation, real-time reconnaissance, precision targeting on the battlefield, early warning of potential missile launches, and even weather forecasting. Guardians and civilians of the USSF are challenged every day to reach new heights in protecting and amplifying these space-based capabilities and defending our way of life by maintaining our edge in space. We have opportunities across a multitude of different career fields from Financial Management, Engineering, Program Management, Logistics, Human Resources, IT, Telecommunications, and Contracting.

If you are interested in supporting space systems acquisitions, working with contractors to ensure our space systems perform as intended, making decisions that drive critical space capabilities for the nation, and helping develop new space capabilities, the USSF is a great place to work.

Explore our career openings and join us:

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It’s not just a job—together, we support the mission!

The Naval Acquisition Development Program (NADP) is a two to three year leadership and development program designed to support the mission of the Department of Defense (DoD) in the Acquisition Workforce (AWF) for the Department of the Navy (DON).  The NADP is managed by the Naval Acquisition Career Center (NACC) in a joint effort with naval commands to replenish and sustain the acquisition workforce in 25 different job series across the country, to include Hawaii and Guam.  Positions are full time civilian career opportunities that start at the entry level GS-7 or GS-9, depending upon education and job series requirements, with promotion potential to the GS-12 level upon graduation of the program.  If you’re interested in starting a career with the Department of the Navy and supporting our warfighter, consider the opportunities offered by NADP!

For more information about the NADP, visit our webpage and follow us on our LinkedIn.

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Unveiling USAJOBS Branded Search Pages: Your Pathway to STEM and National Security/Foreign Policy Roles

Exciting news! The Department of Defense is thrilled to announce the unveiling of two new USAJOBS branded search pages for STEM and National Security/Foreign Policy enthusiasts. Say goodbye to tedious job searches on multiple websites; your dream career is now just a click away. Join the league of innovators, protectors, and difference-makers who've discovered their calling through USAJOBS.

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Join the Prevention Workforce and Make a Difference!

This team is dedicated to reducing the prevalence of sexual assault, harassment, suicide, retaliation, domestic abuse, and child abuse. We work with leaders to build safer communities and promote Service member wellbeing by addressing the shared risk and protective factors that affect these behaviors. Our workforce offers diverse opportunities for people with backgrounds in public health, social science, behavioral health, communication, social work, or community health.

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If you are interested in exploring the many other career opportunities in the Department of Defense, visit our Civilian Careers Page.


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