Civil Service Employment - Fort Liberty (formerly Ft Bragg) U.S. Army, North Carolina

Fort Bragg (U.S. Army)


Civil Service Jobs & Employment - Fort Liberty (formerly Fort Bragg) U.S. Army North Carolina. There are numerous civilian employment opportunities at Fort Liberty. These civil service jobs provide support for U.S. Army operations, training programs, and military personnel.

Applications from the public are being accepted. 

Civilian job opportunities exist across a broad spectrum of skills and duties. Qualified job candidates are encouraged to apply. 

  • This is an essential guidebook for correctly navigating the federal hiring process and getting selected. 

 Guidebook: How to Get a Civil Service Job at a Military Base

Some of the many federal organizations and U.S. Army units now hiring (or expected to begin hiring in the near future) at Fort Liberty include: 

  • Headquarters, U.S. Army Forces Command (FORSCOM) 
  • Defense Logistics Agency  (DLA) 
  • U.S. Special Operations Command (USASOC) 
  • Headquarters, U.S. Army Reserve Command (USARC)
  • Civil Affairs and Psychological Operations Command 
  • Installation Management Command  
  • Medical facilities and clinics (on-base)
  • Nonappropriated Funds (NAF) positions base-wide
    • Defense Commissary Agency (DeCA)   
    • Army & Air Force Exchange Service (AAFES) 

Fort Liberty has a large military and support workforce.  It is home to over 48,000 military personnel and nearly 9,500 civilian and contractor employees. On an annual basis, Fort Liberty awards and administers approximately $1 billion in contracts for base support, equipment, supplies, materiel, and services.


Seven Keys to Getting Hired for a Federal Civil Service Position:  

  1. Knowing how to find those position vacancies for which you are best qualified and most likely to be hired. 
  2. Understanding how the federal civil service application and hiring process works (you must know the rules of the game!) 
  3. Correctly setting up your own personal USAJOBS employment account. 
  4. Knowing how to create a "high-scoring" federal resume (federal resumes are very different from corporate resumes.)
  5. Knowing which "Key Words" to use in your resume and application package.
  6. Knowing how to correctly answer "Supplemental Questions" required for many position applications. 
  7. Knowing how to "ace" a federal job interview - it helps to know what to expect and how to prepare so you outshine the other candidates.   


Categories of Federal Civil Service Occupations


 USAJOBS Website 


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