Marine Corps Community Services (MCCS) is looking for the best and brightest to join our Team! MCCS is a comprehensive program that supports and enhances the quality of life for Marines, their families, and others in the Marine Corps Community.
We offer federal civilian employment opportunities, working in a team-oriented environment comprised of military personnel, civilian employees, contractors and volunteers who keep the organization functioning smoothly and effectively. As a service-oriented organization focused on serving those who serve, we never waver in our commitment to our Corps. MCCS has a wide variety of worldwide career paths for individuals from all backgrounds and experiences.
Explore the opportunities by selecting Prospective Employees or Current Employees.
Positions are available in a wide variety of areas at our Marine Corps Installations worldwide:
Numerous Benefits and Privileges come with working for the Federal Government.
All MCCS Employees are encouraged to enjoy the use of our facilities and take advantage of a variety of employee benefits. (Facilities do vary from base to base.) Samples include:
All of this in a secure, fast paced, professional, family oriented, working environment.
The employee benefits package is available to all regular full time and regular part time civilian Marine Corps nonappropriated fund (NAF) employees and includes the following:
Regular Full/ Part Time:
Spouse Preference Program, Transition Assistance Employment Preference, and Veterans’ Priority Consideration are offered by our Organization.Spouse Preference Program
This is a Department of Defense program instituted to lessen the adverse impact on the career paths of spouses of Active Duty Service members. The program grants eligible spouses, who are among the best qualified for positions graded NF-3 and below and equivalent hourly paid positions, a special preference in the selection process. If you are the spouse of an active duty service member ask us if you qualify for Spouse Preference.
Spouse Preference requires a copy of the active duty member's orders with the spouse's name listed. Effective 7 Oct 04, Spousal Preference applicants hired in a flexible position will not lose their spousal preference eligibility until transferred or hired into a regular Full-Time or Part-Time position.
There is no limit to the number of times spousal preference may be applied to referral and selection for non-continuing positions. Spouses may be simultaneously referred for continuing and non-continuing positions. Eligibility
terminates due to acceptance or declination of an offer of a continuing Full-Time or Part-Time position.
Spouse Preference Application Form
This is a Department of Defense program that provides a hiring preference for military service personnel and their family members that have been affected by the downsizing of our military forces. Transitional Assistance preference applies to positions graded as NF-3 and below and equivalent hourly paid positions. If you have been affected by the military downsizing you may qualify for this special preference in the selection process. Documentation is required for proof of eligibility.Veterans' Priority Consideration
The veterans' hiring preference laws are not applicable to Non-Appropriated Fund (NAF) employment. Veterans applying for NAF jobs may be given priority consideration at time of hire only. For purposes of this priority consideration, "veteran" shall be defined the same as the term "preference eligible" in 5 U.S. Code 2108 (3) - (4); however, this is priority consideration only and not a selection preference. To receive priority consideration, veterans must submit a copy of their DD 214 at the time of application.
As required by 29 Code of Federal Regulations (C.F.R.) § 1614.203(d)(5), a regulation implementing Section 501 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended, federal agencies are required to provide Personal Assistance Services (PAS), in addition to reasonable accommodation, during work hours and work-related travel to employees with targeted (severe) disabilities unless doing so would impose an undue hardship. The Department of the Navy (DON) affirms its commitment to providing PAS so that employees who cannot be at work without PAS may enjoy the opportunities and benefits of employment.
PAS allow individuals to perform activities of daily living that an individual would typically perform if he or she did not have a disability, such as assistance with removing and putting on clothing, eating, and using the restroom.
The procedures outlined below are to be used when a DON employee makes a request for PAS. Requests for reasonable accommodation (RA) and PAS can be made simultaneously, but must be processed separately using appropriate procedures.
Equal Employment Opportunity Policy Statement from Secretary of the Navy Richard Spencer.
"It is the DON's policy to provide equal employment opportunity (EEO) throughout all of its personnel/employment programs, management practices, and civilian workforce decisions, including, but not limited to, recruitment, hiring, appraisals, merit promotions, transfers, reassignments, training and career development, separations, benefits, and award and recognition programs."
"The DON ensures that EEO protections are in place for all civilian employees and applicants against all forms of discrimination, regardless of their race, religion, color, sex, national origin, age, genetic information (including family medical history) or disability. All DON employees are free to exercise their rights under the civil rights statutes. Reprisal for engagement in protected EEO activity will not be tolerated."
This is a statement from the Department of the Navy, Richard Spencer, on workplace Anti-Harassment.
"It is the policy of the Department of the Navy (DON) to ensure a work environment for all employees that is free from discrimination and harassment (Both sexual and non-sexual, and to take proactive steps to prevent any form of harassment in the workplace."