Submitted by Hanscom Air Force Base
Hanscom Air Force Base is looking to fill more than 400 civilian positions in a variety of career fields during an Air Force Civilian Service Hiring Event from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Tuesday, May 23 at the Boston Marriott Burlington, 1 Burlington Mall Rd., Burlington.
The event is free to attend and open to personnel interested in working for the federal government, including college students and recent graduates, active-duty military personnel transitioning out of service, military spouses, and veterans.
Officials will be on hand to discuss open positions available in the fields of engineering, program management, computer sciences, contracting, logistics, financial management, intelligence, security, human resources, skilled trades, childcare, and many others.
Hanscom AFB is located in Bedford, Lexington, and Lincoln and bordering Concord. Hanscom is approximately 20 miles northwest of Boston and 25 miles south of Nashua, N.H. Civilian employees receive a range of benefits, such as competitive salaries, health insurance, retirement plans, and opportunities for advancement.
“We have everything from entry level positions to executive level,” said Vouionette Burns-Harris, chief of Civilian Personnel at Hanscom AFB.
Those interested in attending should register at https://www.aflcmc.af.mil/CAREERS/aflcmc-hiring/ to receive updates on the event.
While U.S. Air Force civilian employees have no military service obligations, they work alongside those in uniform to support their nation. At Hanscom AFB, the civilian workforce plays a vital role enabling the Air Force to acquire critical technology systems for the Air Force and our sister services.
“We are excited to bring Air Force Civilian Service to Massachusetts to host this hiring event and connect civilian job seekers to rewarding careers at Hanscom Air Force Base,” said Col. Taona Enriquez, installation commander. “We are committed to hiring the very best civilian talent and believe this event will provide an excellent opportunity for us to hire top candidates from various backgrounds.”