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Army Offering Many Exciting Career Opportunities

Jobs available nationwide at Army facilities. Occupations range from Budget Analysts to Waiters.

The Army Civilian Service continues to hire in many occupations. Currently there are over 2,500 vacancies many of which are white collar.

Current Occupations
Recreation Aide (Lifeguard)
Motor Vehicle Operator
Budget Analyst
Engineering Technician
Program Manager
HR Specialist
Security Guard

Some Job Descriptions
A current vacancy announcement for Cook (WG-7404) describes the duties as follows:

"Performs a full range of simple cooking by preparing and cooking items that require little or no processing, such as pancakes, sausage, eggs, hamburgers, and fresh or canned vegetables. Prepares hot cereals and concentrated or dehydrated soups, sauces and gravies. Makes cold sandwich fillings. Sets up and replenishes salad bar."

A current vacancy announcement for Recreation Aide (Lifeguard) (GS-0189) describes the duties as follows:

"Employs safety rules for the protection of the pool guests. Responsible for lifeguarding guests in attendance at the assigned aquatics facility. Provides maximum pool area surveillance; responds to emergencies; rescues pool patrons; administers first aid as required. Assists in the conduct of aquatic swimming/water survival training and swim lessons. Adheres to Customer Service standards of the Installation."

A current vacancy announcement for Motor Vehicle Operator (WG-5703) describes the duties as follows:

"Drives a 14-passenger bus to transport children ranging from six through18 years of age to before and after school programs, summer care, and camps during school vacations."

A current vacancy announcement for Waiter (NA-7420) describes the duties as follows:

"Takes order placed by guest for alcoholic, non-alcoholic beverages and food items from menus. Required to be fully familiar with all food items available and all beverage items available for guest consumption. Orders drinks from bartender and delivers to guests. Maintains sales record, collects cash or payment by credit card from guests. Cleans, resets and arranges tables as required. Removes used glassware, china, and silverware to steward area for cleaning. Performs other duties as assigned."

A current vacancy announcement for Budget Analyst (GS-0560) describes the duties as follows:

"Recommends usage of budget and manpower guidelines and regulations issued by higher authority. Prepares Civil Works Automated Budget with supporting schedules for Civil Works appropriations covering budget year, current year and past year programs."

A current vacancy announcement for Engineering Technician (GS-0802) describes the duties as follows:

"Utilizes a vast and experienced background and knowledge of methods and procedures used in construction activities. Arrives at a solution to cross-discipline problems with other key engineers to include structural, mechanical, electrical, sanitary, and architectural."

A current vacancy announcement for Program Manager (GS-0340) describes the job duties as follows:

"Serves as Program Manager with responsibility for exercising management and operational control over assigned programs within the organization. Anticipate programming needs/problems and to provide timely, effective guidance to the Corps of Engineers and its clients on the management of assigned programs."

A current vacancy announcement for Human Resources Specialist (GS-0201) describes the duties as follows:

"Monitors and reviews assigned command-wide programs/areas and develops appropriate procedures and guidance. Provide staff advice and technical guidance in assigned program areas to the Commander, Command Group, Staff Directorates, managers, staff and subordinate commands and centers. Prepare command responses to inquiries from external organizations regarding command policies and practices."

A current vacancy announcement for Security Guard (GS-0085) describes the duties as follows:

"Performs security guard access control and patrol duties in accordance with appropriate regulations to detect and prevent theft, damage, accident, trespass, sabotage and espionage and to enforce the security regulations of the installation. Controls access of vehicles and pedestrians to installation. Verifies identification through use of identification cards, badges, automated records, vehicle decals, verbal questioning, and other means."

Application Procedures
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