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OAA Job Openings

Eligibility for job openings varies by position. Some positions may be open to U.S. citizens or may be restricted to current federal government employees.

Check each job opening Who May Be Considered and Who May Apply categories to determine your eligibility.


Employment Vacancies
AnnouncementPositionPay Schedule / Series / GradeAnnual SalaryLocationClosing Date
NCHT1737793085363 Audiovisual Production SpecialistGS 13 $94,796 to $123,234Arlington, VA12/13/2017
NCHT1713248210087050DEEqual Opportunity Assistant (OA) GS 5 $36,281 to $58,428Fort Belvoir, VA12/14/2017
NCMD174462442025714D Research PsychologistGS 12 - 13$79,720 to $123,234Fort Belvoir, VA12/11/2017
NCHT174125457479D VOLUNTEER SERVICES COORDINATOR GS 11 $66,510 to $86,460 Fort Belvoir, VA12/11/2017
NCDE174380481875IT Specialist (SYSANALYSIS)GS 12$72,651 to $94,449Overland, MO12/15/2017
NCHT1736178089164R Program Analyst GS 7 - 9$44,941 to $71,467Fort Belvoir, VA12/15/2017
NCDE174382152759 Inventory Management Specialist GS 9$50,098 to $65,130Overland, MO12/20/2017
NCHT174084992932 Equal Employment Opportunity SpecialistGS 12$79,720 to $103,639Fort Belvoir, VA12/18/2017





How to Apply

The U.S. Army has employed civilians since 1776 in support of men and women in uniform. The Department of Defense is America's oldest, largest, busiest and most successful "company". Today, with over 25,000 civilian employees, the Army is the Department of Defense's largest Federal employer. For more information, visit the Civilian Personnel On-Line (CPOL) website, the U.S. Office of Personnel Management website or USAJobs website.

Equal Employment Opportunity

The Department of the Army strives to ensure equal opportunity in all aspects of employment for Army civilian employees and applicants for employment. Equal employment opportunity policies for minorities, women, and handicapped individuals are implemented by aggressive affirmative action programs that are designed to meet locally established goals and objectives. Employment policies and practices in the Department of the Army are free from unlawful discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, or handicap. The basic principle of equal employment opportunity underlies all aspects of the civilian personnel management program in the Army.