The Air Force Civilian Service (AFCS) is a worldwide organization employing over 180,000 men and women across a broad array of positions. We are the civilian support component of the United States Air Force, providing everything from human resources to engineering and childcare to contract management. We are not active duty military, but we work side by side with airmen and officers to support the defense of our nation.
A career with AFCS really does offer everything you could want in a job: quality of life, competitive compensation and excellent benefits, and perhaps most important, personal satisfaction. With all that, you might want to stay a while. Fortunately, our professional opportunities will let you grow, move, and even change jobs altogether, setting you up for a long, varied, and deeply satisfying career. Join us!
For employment information with AFCS, internal (current permanent Air Force employees) and external (not currently employed by the Air Force to include VRA, VEOA, 30% disabled veterans, non-appropriated funds conversions, reinstatement eligible, military spouse preference eligible and the general public).
Applicants for Federal employment should never pay any business or organization for seeking Federal employment. All information for Federal employment is free and readily available at the sites and number above.
Davis Monthan AFB is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer
NAF Human Resources
NAF employment is considered federal employment. It is, however, different from federal civil service employment because the monies used to pay the salaries of NAF employees come from a different source. Civil service positions are paid for by money appropriated by Congress. NAF money, on the other hand, is self-generated by Air Force clubs, bowling centers, golf courses, and other activities that use NAF employees. We have two types of NAF positions: "flexible" and "regular." Flexible employees have work schedules that depend on the needs of the activity. These employees may work a minimum of zero hours to a maximum of 40 hours per week, and do not receive benefits. Regular employees work between 20 and 40 hours a week depending on position requirements, and are entitled to receive benefits.
Human Resource Office Activity Scope
Services over 25,000 NAF positions at Air Force Installations worldwide.
- Counsels and provides staffing, position classification, labor and employee relations services to supervisors of NAF employees
- Counsels and provides assistance to NAF employees
- Manages training program for all Division military members and employees
- Develops and schedules military ancillary training, home station training, and OJT program; monitors civilian ancillary training
Employees with regular appointments are eligible for the following benefits and compensation: Health and life insurance, awards, retirement plan, 401(k), annual leave, sick leave, military leave, administrative leave, maternity leave, paternity leave, and court leave, overtime pay, holiday pay, Sunday premium pay, shift differential, workers' compensation, and unemployment compensation. Employees with flexible appointments are eligible for the following benefits and compensation: Overtime pay, shift differential, awards, workers' compensation, and unemployment compensation. Other Benefits: Generally, all Services programs (except dining facilities) may be used by individuals who contribute to the Air Force mission. Listed are some of the programs that may be available to you as an employee.
- Bowling Center
- Ticket and Tour Office
- Base Recreation Area: Outdoor Rec Parks and Pools
- Auto Skills Center
- Art Crafts
- Fitness Centers
- Youth Center SAP, open rec areas preteens and teens
- Outdoor Rec Equipment Rental
- Eaters, FSS and Exchange
- Child Development Center
- Family Child Care
- Club Ironwood
- Base Movies