Apply for jobs at U.S. Navy air stations by locating listings on national job hunting sites such as Navy.mil and USAJobs.gov or regional sites such as DiscoverMWR.com or NavyLifePW.com and following the instructions to submit an online application or fill out a paper form. Some jobs may require submitting a resume and cover letter, visiting the base for an in-person interview, or submitting to other tests and checks.Continue Reading
Begin the search for a job at a Naval air base by determining the region where you wish to work, as some areas of the country feature websites designed for bases in that location. For example, NavyLifePW.com focuses on the naval bases in the Pacific Northwest region and thus includes job opportunities for civilian contractors living in states such as Washington and Oregon. Similarly, USAJobs.gov, the official site for all federal job openings, allows you to search for opportunities in any location and limit results to only those available from the Department of the Navy or one of its subsidiaries.
After searching for jobs in your ideal area, read through the descriptions to understand the requirements and locate the instructions for application. Some sites allow you to apply electronically, creating an account with the site so that you can upload your resume and other documents to a profile and submit them to the hiring manager for the position. Other sites may list separate instructions, such as emailing an application to a specific person or applying through another website.Learn more about Applying & Interviewing