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U.S. Marine Corps Forces Special Operations Command

 

U.S. Marine Corps Forces Special Operations Command

Camp Lejeune, NC

Civilian Employment Opportunities

MARSOC civilian employment positions offer opportunities to work in a challenging, fast-paced environment and support our Marines, Sailors, and families. 

While you cannot use this MARSOC website to apply directly for a position, please click on the vacancies listed below to view a brief description of the position.   

For Active Duty Military and/or Reservists, please review the Veteran's Preference information posted on the USAJOBS website.  Most Active Duty Military and/or Reservists are considered 'VEOA' for a 5-point veteran preference eligibility.

USAJOBS has an Applicant Checklist to help candidates submit all of the documents required for a vacancy.  Be sure to read and follow the instructions carefully.  Failure to submit a complete application package may result in an ineligible rating and loss of consideration for a position.  Click here for the Applicant Checklist.  Appllicants must submit transcripts, SF-50's, and copies of licenses, etc if applicable.  

Beginning on 1 May 2019, all applicants, regardless of whether they are applying to internal or external vacancy announcements, will be required to submit both eligibility and qualification supporting documents at the time of application.  The Department of Navy Operations Centers will begin verification of applicant eligibility at the time of referral vice the time of tentative offer.  At the time of application, employees applying for any DON vacancy announcement will need to submit copies of SF-50's, unofficial transcripts, licenses and other documents required to verify eligibility and qualifications.  Applicants who fail to provide substantiating documents will not be referred on the certificate.  There may be specific SF-50 requirements to support a given action that require submission of multiple SF-50s (i.e. proof of time-in-grade for promotions, etc.).  Therefore, applicants should pay close attention to the requirements outlined in the announcement.  All DON announcements will identify the required documents and applicants must provide supporting documentation when they submit their application.  SF-50s can be downloaded from DCPDS MyBiz+ or eOPF and documents loaded to USAJOBSs once can be reused.  Operations Centers will not accept documents after the closing date of the announcement.  It is the responsibility of the applicant to make sure that correct documentation is submitted at the time of application. 

Veterans must provide a legible copy/copies of their DD-214 mbr copy 4 showing all of the dates of service, as well as characterization of service.  In lieu of a DD-214, a Statement of Service (SOS) must be submitted.  The SOS must include all of the dates of service, the approved date of discharge, terminal leave dates, and the anticipated characterization of service (Honorable, General, etc.).

Appointments of retired members of the armed forces to positions within the Department of Defense will now need a waiver in order to start employment during the period of 180 days immediately after retirement.  Click here to review the Office of Civilian Human Resources (OCHR) Fact Sheet on 180 day retirement waivers.         

If you have questions regarding civilian job opportunities at MARSOC, please email marsoc.cpm@socom.mil.

 

Vacancies

 

Telecommunications Specialist, MRTC (GS-0391-09) - This USAJOBS announcement closed at midnight on Wednesday, July 31st.       

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Health System Specialist, Health Service Support (GS-0671-11) - This USAJOBS announcement closed at midnight on Monday, July 29th.  

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MARSOC Command Historian (GS-0170-12) - The USAJOBS announcement for this position is pending.  The link to the announcement will be posted once this vacancy is announced. 

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As more positions become available, this page of the MARSOC website will be updated.  Please continue to monitor this Civilian Employment page for updates. 


Updated:  17 September 2019 

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