$26.23 / Per Hour

This National Guard position is for a SURFACE MAINTENANCE MECHANIC INSPECTOR, Position Description Number D1285 and is part of the AL UTES 1, National Guard. The National Guard is the oldest component...

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$78,270 / Per Year

When disaster strikes, America looks to the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). Now FEMA looks to you. Join our team and use your talent to support Americans in their times of greatest need. F...

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$97,825 / Per Year

Business Component: FAA offices nationwideDiversity is integral to achieving FAA's mission of ensuring safe and efficient travel across the nation and beyond. Our inclusive culture is defined by o...

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$52,893 / Per Year

This National Guard position is for a OPERATIONS AND PLANS SPECIALIST, Position Description Number D0398 and is part of the AL ARNG TRAINING SITE, National Guard. The National Guard is the oldest comp...

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$52,893 / Per Year

This National Guard position is for a OPERATIONS AND PLANS SPECIALIST, Position Description Number D0398 and is part of the AL ARNG TRAINING SITE, National Guard. The National Guard is the oldest comp...

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$150,830 / Per Year

AREA OF CONSIDERATION:  Current permanent SSA employees.Applications will be accepted from SSA employees serving under Schedule A, Reg. 213.3102(u), Veterans Recruitment Appointments, and ti...

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Fort McClellan was formerly a United States Army post located adjacent to the Alabama city of Anniston. Since shutting down in 1999, the site has been used as part of the Mountain Longleaf National Widelife Refuge.

The fort was named in honor of Major General George B. McClellan, a former General-in-Chief of the United States Army, as well as a former Governor of New Jersey. The fort flourished during World War II, as one of the countries largest Army installations. Fort McClellan was one of the few Army posts that trained soldiers in chemical warfare.

Fort McClellan typical housed around 10,000 people, while employing about 1,500 civilians. Even though the fort has been closed, portions of the site continue to be used by the Alabama National Guard for the purposes of field training exercises, as well as the Department of Homeland Security's Center for Domestic Preparedness.