Employment Opportunities

About Fort Hunter Liggett


Fort Hunter Liggett has a mission to provide training for Combat Support (CS) and Combat Service Support (CSS) units and to become the best training center in the United States. With over 165,000 acres of varied unencroached terrain with mountains, valleys, rivers, plains, and forests Fort Hunter Liggett is the largest U.S. Army Reserve funded installation in the nation. It provides ideal maneuver areas to meet currently dedicated to training U.S. Army, U.S. Army Reserve, Department of Defense and other government agency personnel and to meet today’s CS and CSS training requirements.

Our model for success is to be viewed in the same light as the National Training Center at Fort Irwin, Calif., and the Joint Readiness Training Center at Fort Polk, La. We are for CS and CSS units what NTC is for the active Army combat maneuver units. We provide resources, capabilities and the customer service necessary to increase our interaction with the other services. We regularly train with the Air Force, Navy, Marines and Coast Guard.

As an installation, our infrastructure and training areas are improving to meet the needs of our military forces to provide battalion and larger sized formations a combat training center-like experience.

Fort Hunter Liggett’s central location opens the doors to many recreational, educational and cultural interests. Within the span of a weekend, an individual at Fort Hunter Liggett can experience surfing at the beach, snowboarding in the mountains, hunting wild game, fishing either in the ocean, lakes or rivers, learn about the process of wine making, shopping, and visiting cultural and ecological venues.

There are several options to find employment with Fort Hunter Liggett just see all the options below.


Employment Opportunities


FEDERAL EMPLOYMENT

(Click here >> http://www.armycivilianservice.com ) Click on Army Job Search on left hand side. Fill in the necessary information and click on search for jobs. At the top click on How to Apply.

(Click here >> www.usajobs.com) See above explanation.


FAMILY, MORALE, WELFARE AND RECREATION

There are two locations to look for positions in the Family, Morale, Welfare and Recreation Department on Fort Hunter Liggett. Army Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation is a comprehensive network of quality support and leisure services that enhances the lives of Soldiers, Civilians, Families, military retirees and other eligible participants.

Family and MWR's vision is to be the driving force for programs and services that provide the foundation for the Army’s home by:

  • Increasing Soldier and Family resiliency
  • Restoring balance
  • Enhancing recruitment, readiness and retention for Soldiers and Families Their mission is to support Army Force Generation by enabling all Commanders and Directors to provide Family and MWR programs and services that result in a quality of life to Soldiers and Families commensurate with their sacrifice and service.



(Click here >> http://www.armycivilianservice.com ) Select the location Search (Monterey County) and Agency Search (Family, Morale, Welfare and Recreation Command (FMWRC). Click “Search for jobs" at the bottom of page. This will locate the current open positions.

(Click here >> www.usajobs.com) The top left box (What: (Keywords) are for job titles. The top right box (Where: (U.S. City, State or zip code) is where you would put Fort Hunter Liggett, Calif. You will need to create an account and build your resume to have it ready for any position you want to apply for. Each position will guide you through the application process.


AAFES

(Click here >> http://odin.aafes.com/employment/default.asp ) Click search openings, choose the necessary information and scroll down and click search. Follow the prompts from there.


COMMISSARY

(Click here >> www.commissaries.com) Applicants interested in commissary positions located on Army, Air Force and Navy installations in Europe and the Far East may search and apply for jobs at (Click here >> www.usajobs.com). When submitting your application on USA Jobs, you will be re-directed to http://www.armycivilianservice.com to create a resume and profile. You may also contact store management directly at any commissary where you desire employment.


VOLUNTEER

The ACS Volunteer Program is a program that consists of Army spouses and family members that volunteer within various ACS areas. These areas include programs such as; Finance (Consumer Advocates), Victim Advocacy, Army Family Team Building (AFTB), Army Family Action Plan (AFAP), Family Advocacy - Baby Bundles, Nurturing, New Parent Support Program (NPSP) and many, many more.

Volunteering within ACS provide spouses with the opportunity to develop a vast array of job skills, networking, self-discovery and is a fantastic venue for meeting people within the community, as well as developing new friendships. We are a group of people that enjoy helping others. To be eligible to volunteer at Fort Hunter Liggett through this program you must be a have authorization to access the installation such as current employees and family members. Please call for more information to see if you qualify or if you are interested in joining our team of professionals, please stop by the Bldg. 196 or call (831) 386-2386.

Register and apply online (Click here >> https://www.myarmyonesource.com/default.aspx)

To register, click on the box that asks if you are a member yet.

  • Click here to register now.
  • Fill out all the information under “site registration."
  • Click continue.
  • Verify your information and click register at the bottom right hand corner.
  • The screen will show “Registration Complete."
  • Thank you for registering. You have been pre-approved and are logged into the site.
  • Click “continue". This returns you to the home page.
  • Click on Volunteer Tools located in the upper corner of the page.
  • First time volunteers click on the state you are living in / those who have volunteer before click on box that says click here under “Already a Volunteer."
  • Upon reaching the page “Volunteer Opportunities," fill in the drop down boxes by selecting the community “Combat Support Training Center – CA" located under IMCOM West Region.
  • Select an Organization Group or “ALL."
  • Select an Organization or “ALL."
  • Select State/Region.
  • Type your postal code.
  • Click Search. Scroll down to see your results.
  • Click on the position title that you are interested in.
  • A position description will come up with all the information about it. Once you decide which position you would like to volunteer for, click “apply" located at the top right of the page.
  • Fill in the application and click “submit" when you are finished.


* If you DO NOT have an email address, see the AVC Coordinator to register as a non-user.


Page last updated Monday January 12th, 2015