CAREERS

CIVILIAN CAREERS at FRCSW

The FRCSW team offers innovative, exciting and meaningful work linking military and civilian talents to achieve our mission and safeguard our freedoms. The Department of the Navy provides competitive salaries, comprehensive benefits, extensive professional development and training. At FRCSW, we hire a number of different positions from sheet metal mechanics to engineers. Our careers and opportunities to make a difference are endless!

The FRCSW mission is to produce quality airframes, engines, components and support equipment, as well as providing service that meets the Naval Aviation Enterprise's (NAE) aircraft ready-for-tasking goals with improved effectiveness and efficiency. We need your experiences and skills to provide mission-critical maintenance and repair services for our Sailors and Marines.

FRCSW supplies the skills, processes and facilities needed to accomplish the maintenance, repair and overhaul of aviation assets to keep the NAE ready to train, fight and win. Employing a mix of military, civilian and contractor aviation maintenance professionals FRCSW delivers safe and effective airborne platforms and ground equipment to the Sailors and Marines who defend our national interests around the globe.

FRCSW directly supports the mission of the United States Navy - to maintain, train and equip combat-ready Naval forces capable of winning wars, deterring aggression and maintaining freedom of the seas. In accordance with the values of Honor, Courage and Commitment, we keep our promises to our customers, remain resolute in the face of complex challenges and relentlessly pursue mission accomplishment.

What do we do at FRCSW? Check out THIS YouTube video

HOW TO APPLY

The below will provide you with some useful information to assist with the application process.

The Department of the Navy uses a fully automated process to fill its positions. This system is called USAJOBS.

You must create a USAJOBS account, build/upload a resume (detailed, long-hand resumes are preferred), as well as other relevant supporting documentation to your profile. Then go to the FRCSW job announcement you are interested in and apply directly for that position - it's that simple! Please be sure to read the announcement and all requirements associated with the position carefully. Below is a quick factsheet from USAJOBS that will help you navigate the site. We've also included links to other important hiring information, resources, and tips for your review.

1. Quick Fact Sheet

2.Write a resume

3. Register with USAJobs

4. Find job openings

5. Apply

6. After you apply

7. Interview

8. Offer of employment

9. Need help?

OCHR Benefits Program

Employment Benefits Information System (EBIS)

Information for New Federal Employees (pdf)

 

JOBS FOR VETERANS

RCSW has a commitment to those who have served and those who are serving. We're proud to provide solutions and services that advance the strength and security of America and its allies, and we offer an environment where veterans and reservists can continue doing mission-centered work. For additional information on the special hiring authorities for Veterans such as Veterans' Recruitment Authority, Veterans Employment Opportunity Act, and 30% or More Disabled Veterans hiring Veterans, please visit https://www.fedshirevets.gov/job/shav/index.aspx.

For Veteran job seekers interested in employment with FRCSW, please submit the following information to [email protected]:

1. A detailed, long-hand resume in chronological format (i.e. USAJOBS resume format);
2. A copy of your DD-214, Member 4 Copy;
3. A copy of your VA Disability Rating Letter (if applicable); and
4. A copy of your SF-15 (if applicable).

Veteran job seekers are still strongly encouraged to apply through USAJOBS for FRCSW positions as well.

Please see the instructions for Non-Veteran job seekers under the "How to Apply" section of our webpage.