NAF employment is considered federal employment. It is, however, different from federal civil service employment because the monies used to pay the salaries of NAF employees come from a different source. Civil service positions are paid for by money appropriated by Congress. NAF money, on the other hand, is self-generated by Air Force clubs, bowling centers, golf courses, and other activities that use NAF employees.
We have two types of NAF positions: "flexible" and "regular." Flexible employees have work schedules that depend on the needs of the activity. These employees may work a minimum of zero hours to a maximum of 40 hours per week and do not receive benefits. Regular employees work between 20 and 40 hours a week depending on position requirements and are entitled to receive benefits.
Flexible: Employees have work schedules that depend on the needs of the activity. These employees may work a minimum of zero hours to a maximum of 40 hours per week and do not receive benefits.
Regular Part-Time: Employees work between 20 to 34 hours a week depending on position requirements and are entitled to receive benefits.
Regular Full-Time: Employees work between 35 and 40 hours a week depending on position requirements and are entitled to receive benefits.
We have something for everyone! We offer a variety of positions, with varying levels of experience. Our positions include (but are not limited to) Cook, Food Service Worker, Recreation Aid/Assistant, Sales Clerk, Accounting Technician, Cashier-Checker, Cashier, Laborer, Custodial Worker, Automotive Mechanic, Tools & Parts Attendant, Guest Services Representative, Bartender, Bar Assistant, Human Resources Assistant, Travel Agent, Child and Youth Program Assistant – just to name a few.
Positions are available in just about every FSS activity. We have positions available at the Eifel Lanes Bowling Center, Eifel Mountain Golf Course, Outdoor Recreation, Arts & Crafts, Auto Hobby Shop, Brick House, Saber Pet Lodge, Information, Tickets & Travel, Club Eifel, Child Development Center, Youth Programs, NAF Human Resources Office, NAF Accounting, Eifel Arms Inn Lodging, Marketing, and Fitness Center.
Regular category NAF employees enjoy benefits similar to GS employees, such as annual leave, sick leave, retirement, 401k, health and life insurance, workers compensation, overtime and holiday pay.
Applying is easy! Minimum age to work in most NAF positions is 16 years of age unless specifically stated in the vacancy announcement. Log on to USAjobs; create your profile, upload your resume and any supporting documents (i.e., PCS orders, marriage certificate, high school diploma, etc.). Open positions are advertised on USAjobs as requests to fill vacant positions are received from the manager and are open for a minimum of two weeks (14 calendar days). Positions will have an open and close date so be sure to watch for the closing date and be sure to apply before it closes.
Applications will remain on file for a period of 90 calendar days.
What? Military Spouse Preference is a benefit given to a qualified military spouse seeking employment within the Department of Defense, which includes Non appropriated Funds (NAF), Civil Service (GS/WG) and AAFES positions. MSP gives the spouse a higher priority for government positions.
- Relocation via a PCS move to sponsor’s new permanent duty station
- Married the military member PRIOR to his/her reporting date to new area
- Meets basic qualifications and is among the best qualified
- Meets all pre-employment criteria and is immediately appointable under applicable recruitment procedures
- Posses a copy of PCS orders identifying the sponsor, reporting date to new location and YOUR name is on the orders
Do I have to use my MSP to apply?
No, but if you are hired for, or are converted to a regular part-time/regular full-time position, your eligibility for this PCS move has not been used. A regular part-time/regular full-time position position is defined as positions which appointments are made without time limitation, and are required to have a fixed work schedule, i.e., part time or full time. NAF Flexible category positions are considered non-continuing and MSP eligibility remains intact if appointment for a flexible position only.
How is MSP Lost?
- Accepting or refusing a regular part-time/regular full-time in the Federal Service, whether or not preference was applied
- Refusal to participate in established recruitment procedures
- Loss of military spouse status due to divorce, death of sponsor, sponsor’s retirement, or separation from active duty
Other Important Information:
- MSP only applies to positions within the commuting area of the military sponsor’s permanent duty station
- MSP eligibility begins 30 days before the military sponsor’s reporting date at the new duty location
-Military spouses seeking preference with less than six months remaining in the area will not be eligible to use military spouse preference
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