$47,598 / Per Year

Civilian employees serve a vital role in supporting the Army mission. They provide the skills that are not readily available in the military, but crucial to support military operations. The Army integ...

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$52,893 / Per Year

About the Position:This position is located at Army Contracting Command - Tooele Army Depot (TEAD), Utah.The mission of the Army Contracting Command is to oversee more than $85 billion in contracts an...

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U.S. Army Medical Command - Multiple Schedules
$320,000 / Per Year

Civilian employees serve a vital role in supporting the Army mission. They provide the skills that are not readily available in the military, but crucial to support military operations. The Army integ...

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$10.58 / Per Hour

The Area of Consideration for this vacancy announcement is open to all United States (US) and Non US citizens within 80 miles of Dugway Proving Grounds. Military Spouse Preference (MSP) and Involuntar...

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$12.01 / Per Hour

The Area of Consideration for this vacancy announcement is open for all US and Non US Citizens within 80 miles of Dugway Proving Grounds. Military Spouse Preference (MSP) and Involuntarily Separated M...

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The Tooele Army Depot (TEAD) is where training ammunition is held for the United States Army and is named for its location in Tooele County, Utah. Among the capabilities of its primarily-civilian workforce is to test explosives, offer logistical support, provide repairs and assembly.

While that workforce has few members of the U.S. Army among it, the commander is a full colonel in the service. The Depot is situated on more than 23,000 acres and has the capacity to store items on nearly 2.5 million square feet of land.

While TEAD was established in 1942 to handle war supplies and construction of facilities were completed the following year, it wasn't until 1962 that it earned the name it uses today. A change in the Depot's overall operations in 1993 eliminated missions that focused on storage, maintenance, distribution and troop support. That specific shift took place over the next two years.