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Hill AFB Announces Engineer and Scientist Hiring Surge

Article Published 02/09/2015

Hill Air Force Base is accepting resumes directly for professional ENGINEERS and SCIENTISTS in order to fill 200+ vacancies in the next 9 months. Interested engineer and scientist candidates should email resume and transcripts to AFSC.ENRW.EngineeringHiring@us.af.mil.

Attached is information about an INVITATION-ONLY interview session on Thursday, 5 March at the Hill Aerospace Museum.  This is not a job fair. The general public is NOT invited - only those ENGINEER and SCIENTIST candidates who submit a resume to AFSC.ENRW.EngineeringHiring@us.af.miland are pre-vetted for eligibility will be issued a personal invitation.

This interviewing event is for those seeking full-time,permanent employment as a civilian (non-military) ENGINEER or SCIENTIST.  Students graduating by December 2015 should definitely apply, as we can make conditional offers prior to graduation. 

Hill AFB accepts resumes directly for engineers and scientists such as:

- Electrical/Electronics Engineer

- Computer Scientist

- Computer Engineer

- Aerospace Engineer

- Mechanical Engineer

- General (Multi-Disciplinary) Engineer

- Industrial Engineer

- Chemical Engineer

- Operations Research Analyst

Applications cannot be accepted directly for engineering technicians or student interns. Second attachment explains how to search and apply for federal job opportunities in Utah and elsewhere, regardless of occupation. 

For more information, contact Joyce Peters

AFSC/ENRW OL-Hill

Workforce Strategic Planning & Partnerships Air ForceSustainment Center Engineering & Technical Mgt Directorate Hill Air ForceBase, Utah joyce.peters@us.af.mil  

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