We want you to do amazing things. We want you to make an impact on the world. We want you to do all that and more working on our team.
A career with AFCS offers everything you could want in a job: quality of life, career growth opportunities, competitive compensation and benefits, an award winning workplace, and perhaps most importantly, personal satisfaction.
With thousands of employment opportunities at more than 80 domestic and overseas locations, we’re sure there’s a place for you on our team.
We get it. We know who you are and what you can offer. Our future depends on you. We need you on our team. That’s why we offer awesome programs for qualifying current students and recent college graduates that make AFCS a really attractive place to get started. Things like paid internships, scholarships, tuition payments, student loan repayments, paid post-graduate studies, and even sign-on bonuses.
We are the Air Force Civilian Service (AFCS). At 170,000 strong, we’re pretty impressive. We sustain and equip the U.S. Air Force and help keep the world’s most powerful air force and its impressive fleet of aircraft flying and ready for anything.
We also support a mission in space with every kind of satellite, with launch vehicles and rockets, and with highly sophisticated equipment that helps keep us safe and benefits everyone. Take GPS—yeah, that’s us—our team put it in place and the apps you use every day rely on it.
Then there’s cyberspace. That’s where really challenging things are happening. We lead the way on the cyber front, engaged in incredible, complicated, and frankly, super-secret work. So enough said!
Bottom line, we can’t continue our success without you. We need smart, talented, creative, and ambitious people like you to help us make a difference in air, space, and cyberspace.
AFCS uses Pathways Recent Graduates appointments to fill positions in the COPPER CAP Program (COP), which focuses on Contract Specialists, and the PALACE Acquire Program (PAQ), which fills positions in many career fields. These programs have educational requirements and may also require a minimum grade-point average or a willingness to relocate.