The Non-Appropriated Funds Civilian Personnel Office services all activities within the realm of Family and Morale, Welfare, and Recreation. Our activities include:
To find out more information about current vacancies visit www.usajobs.gov.
STEP 1: Go to www.usajobs.gov
STEP 2: Create a USAJOBs account (you must have a valid email address)
STEP 3: Upload or Create a new resume
STEP 4: Search for positions. Keyword: NAF, Location: El Paso, TX
STEP 5: Click “Apply Online” and follow the prompts
Spouse Employment Preference (SEP). The Military Spouse Preference Program applies to spouses of active duty military members of the U.S. Armed Forces who desire priority consideration for positions at DoD activities. To receive preference eligibility, the spouse must be married to the military sponsor before reporting to the new duty assignment. MSP applies only with-in the commuting area of the military sponsor's permanent duty station and if you are ranked among the "best qualified" for the vacancy for which you are applying. Military spouses will not lose MSP eligibility when accepting a temporary or limited tenure position or permanent position with a flexible work schedule (non-continuing positions). MSP eligibility is retained until the military spouse accepts or declines the offer of a permanent appointment to a full-time or part-time position with fixed work schedules (continuing positions). MSP can only be used once during a sponsor's tour. Once the spouse accepts or declines a continuing position, eligibility terminates whether or not the position was obtained through MSP. MSP eligibility is lost when the spouse accepts or declines an offer of a continuing position or declines a job interview for a continuing position. Once MSP is used, the spouse competes as either a current permanent Army NAF employee or as a family member without preference (overseas).
Non-Appropriated Funds Personnel Policy AR 215-3
Army NAF Employee Benefits NAF Benefits
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