The Davis-Monthan Military & Family Readiness Center has a team of employment and career experts that are ready to get you hired! We're here to assist individuals to reach their career goals, whatever they may be. Our team provides resources, counseling, resume review, interview tips, local job market information, and networking with local entities and Federal Employment opportunities.
This service is offered free-of-charge to spouses, veterans, and separating airmen.
The M&FRC Career Assistance team offers education for effective job search, identifying skills and interest, connecting with local employers, networking, resume building, and more. It is our primary objective to connect you with all relevant resources to ensure you find the perfect job.
Let the experts assist you with your resume prior to submission!
Whether it's a traditional resume or the more exhaustive Federal-style resume, we are familiar with them all and can assist you in showcasing your professional experience.
Increase your chances of nailing an interview by preparing for it with us!
We will go over how to highlight your skills and experience, explain any resume gaps, ask mock-questions, and provide constructive feedback so you are fully prepared and stand-out against the competitors.
Applying for a Federal Government job is a daunting process, but having gone through the process ourselves, we know exactly how to help.
During your appointment, we'll cover how to successfully navigate USAJobs, understand the job announcement and questionnaire, tailor your Federal resume to meet the specific qualifications, help you become a pro at SOAR statements, and increase your chances of getting referred.
Separating from the Air Force or simply looking for job placement in the private sector? Let us connect the dots for you!
The Tucson-area has tons of incredible employment opportunities, and we can help you find resources and referrals to make the job-hunting process as easy as possible. We'll also provide guidance to help you create a resume that will best capture your skills and abilities, as well as the preferred format/style to showcase your qualifications.
Did you know that military spouses get placement preference when applying for Federal jobs? This is a fantastic fact about yourself to highlight while looking for local job opportunities, and we can help increase your chances of landing a job by showcasing it! There are also local organizations in the private sector that place similar preference on military spouses that we can get you into touch with.
Don't know where to start in finding assistance or career resources available to military members/spouses? We've got you covered.
Our library of resources is extensive. Whether it be tuition assistance, license recognition/reimbursement/recertification, networking, career advancement opportunities, employment partnerships, or something else entirely, we will connect you with what you need to succeed.
Key Spouses are vital to their communities, providing support and information to their fellows
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Looking to get hired at Davis-Monthan? The base is always hiring for a variety of positions! NAF (Non-appropriated funds) positions, AAFES (Exchange), and the Commissary are great places to start looking, as well as contract positions through USAJobs. To see what's currently available in your area of expertise, please check out the site listings below.
The USAJOBS website is your portal to applying for almost any Federal Government position worldwide. Create an account, set-up your profile, and search for local vacancies by inputting "Tucson" or "Davis-Monthan AFB".
Job vacancies at AAFES include the Base Exchange, Shopette, Gas Station, Food Court, etc. Open positions can be viewed by accessing the AAFES website and following the step-by-step directions to locate openings at DMAFB.
Open civilian positions can be viewed by accessing the Commissary website. To apply, you will be redirected to the USAJOBS website. Jobs at the Commissary vary from store associates, sales checkers, supply techs, janitorial, department managers, and more!
If you are a military spouse looking for resources and benefits that help further your career, we are your directory! There are a number of programs available exclusively to military spouses with the goal of ensuring you obtain and maintain the career of your dreams. From networking groups and agencies to tuition assistance and licensing reimbursement/recognition, these resources are here to help you excel.
The Department of Defense has established a comprehensive, holistic, spouse-centered program called the Spouse Education and Career Opportunities (SECO) program. Program resources include the Military OneSource Spouse Career Center, where SECO career coaches provide free, comprehensive coaching services to all eligible military spouses. Whether it's resume review or a video mock interview, SECO career coaches are here to help spouses meet their career and education goals.
The My Career Advancement Account Scholarship is a workforce development program that provides up to $4,000 of tuition assistance to eligible military spouses. The scholarship assists military spouses in pursuing licenses, certifications, or associates degrees necessary to gain employment in an occupation or career field.
The Military Spouse Employment Partnership is a career partnership that connects military spouses with hundreds of partner employers who have committed to recruit, hire, promote, and retain military spouses.
If you are a military spouse with an occupational license, this is for you! Many states now have laws that require or encourage licensing boards to grant military spouses expedited applications, temporary licenses, or license recognition. To see the laws governing your specific state, check out the link below.
The CareerOneStop License Finder provides state-specific information about occupational licenses required, such as license names, descriptions of occupations, and issuing agency contact information.
While some states authorize reciprocity for certain types of occupational licenses, not all states do. This requires the spouse to update a license or certification according to the new state's requirements. In an effort to help with this, a new government program has been created to ease some of the financial burden-- up to $1,000 for each qualifying PCS or PCA-- and helps spouses continue their careers.
[email protected] is the statewide workforce development network that helps employers of all sizes and types recruit, develop, and retain the best employees for their needs. For job seekers throughout the state, we provide services and resources to pursue employment opportunities.
We would love to meet with you about any of the employment/career services that we provide! To set up a meeting, simply give us a call at the Military & Family Readiness Center and ask for the folks in Career Assistance.
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