Air Force has openings for civilian aircraft maintainers

By Kat Bailey

Air Force Personnel Center Public Affairs

JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-RANDOLPH, Texas – The Air Force is looking for qualified civilian aircraft maintainers to fill vital positions within the Air Force Civilian Service.

Unique skills such as installation, modification, testing, repair and other critical areas are integral to ensuring the safety of Airmen around the world and the continued dominance of the Air Force in the global theater.

At locations across the country, aircraft maintainers work alongside uniformed maintainers on the most advanced fleet of aircraft in the world. They overhaul, repair, inspect and modify a variety of aircraft using some of the world’s most advanced technology.

There are civilian opportunities in the highly technical aerospace field, open to mechanics interested in the airframe, engine, electronic and fabrication fields and other aircraft-related specialties. The Air Force team also offers civilian opportunities for experienced supervisors in the field. Air Force civilians receive competitive pay, ongoing education and training, opportunities to advance and work-life balance.

For more information about applying for civilian aircraft maintenance positions with the Air Force, go to the AF Civilian Careers website.

Air Force civilian job opportunities are listed at http://www.airforce.usajobs.gov.

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