All employees are assigned to a project, usually on a team. We follow the Agile method at Software Engineering Group which includes bi-monthly sprint planning meetings and daily stand-up meetings.
If you value work life balance, good teamwork, opportunity for personal and professional development, abundant benefits, job security, and opportunities for advancement, then you will love working here.
In terms of work, you could be working with anything from aircraft to mission logs, from satellites to defense. With over 200 projects available, there's a place for everyone.LEARN MORE ABOUT PROJECTS
Our main focus is Computer Science, Software Assurance, Software Engineering, Cybersecurity, Electrical Engineering, and Computer Engineering.CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION
We welcome everyone to apply. We are committed to providing every person with an opportunity for a meaningful career.CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION
Most positions start out attending in person with the possibility of working remotely depending on the Supervisor and project.
Some positions are specific to certain locations. However, there are opportunities in numerous locations.CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION
There are many options to choose from when it comes to health, dental, vision, life insurance, and retirement plans. You will be able to select one that best meets your needs.CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION
Many of the facilities on base are open for civilians. Working here lets you make a difference with like minded Air Force civilians, and offers many opportunities for advancement including different projects and training courses available.
This is a civilian job with no military commitment. While you don't have to deploy or wear a uniform, you still get the benefit of being a federal employee.CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION
We offer internships as well as permanent positions.CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION
Interviews typically consist of general questions about your background and experience as well as basic information about Software Directorate Group. You will be asked to demonstrate your thought process with a sample question. You will be given the opportunity to ask questions. Insightful questions will leave a lasting and positive impression.
Applicants who meet the qualifications for the job are typically contacted for an interview -- within a few weeks. Those who do not meet the qualifications are encouraged to apply again once they do meet the qualifications.
All employees including interns must be a citizen of the United States before their first day of work.
If you get hired as a permanent full time employee, the Air Force can pay about 80% of a post-graduate program. There is also an internship program that will pay for a Master's degree in a STEM field, called the "PAQ Program".
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