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Working on software’s cutting edge makes venturing to the razor’s edge of the impossible possible

There’s not a force on or off the planet more adept, agile, or sophisticated than the U.S. Department of the Air Force. We routinely operate in environments and conditions where other nations dare not tread and are asked to do the seemingly impossible as a matter of routine. But why not? Next to impossible is where we work best.

The quantum leaps you make here translate into even greater advances in the battlespace

A key component of the Air Force and Space Force’s adaptability and agility is the versatility and ingenuity of the civilian employees of AFLCMC's Digital Directorate, Software Enterprise. They are responsible for creating, implementing, and enhancing the advanced software and cyber solutions at the heart of the Air Force’s aircraft and war fighting systems.

Tasked with bringing advanced, highly adaptive, and resilient cyber and software capability to any battlespace within hours or minutes instead of days, weeks, or months, typical just a short time ago, each factory represents a collection of some of the brightest minds the country has to offer, men and women who not only give the Department of the Air Force a competitive advantage, but a decisive one, too.

From computer scientists and IT professionals to cybersecurity experts, software engineers, and program managers, civilians like you are working shoulder to shoulder with our men and women in the military and private sector’s sharpest minds to envision and deliver the digital innovation that gives the Air Force its decisive edge and ensures it remains as sharp as it can be.

If that sounds like you, your job prospects are looking up. AFLCMC Software Enterprise is now hiring for the positions and software factories listed below.

AFLCMC Software Enterprise — Not just blurring the boundaries of what’s possible but obliterating them altogether

AFLCMC Software Enterprise is a conglomerate of software factories, teams of software engineers, cyber security specialists, programmers, and more, all aimed at securing our nation’s cyberspace environment.

Now hiring mid to senior-level professionals in the following career fields (click for position description):

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The deadline to submit applications is Monday, April 29, 2024, at 11:59 p.m. CT.

All resumes will be reviewed by hiring officials to fill immediate and future positions.

Applicants are requested to upload the following documents:

Resume (must include name and contact information)

Unofficial/Official Transcripts

Copies of your most recent SF-50 (if applicable)

DD214 (member 2 or 4 copy) (if applicable)

Some of these positions are covered by the Defense Civilian Intelligence Personnel Systems (DCIPS). You can find more information about the positions to include a brief job description by clicking here.

For additional information about DCIPS, click here.
Recruitment and Relocation incentives may be authorized.
Telework options may be available for some positions

If ensuring the nation’s security wasn’t incentive enough, there are also the benefits

A career with Air Force Civilian Service provides an opportunity to play a key part in the defense of our nation as a civilian. The benefits are far greater than just the satisfaction of a job well done. They also include a healthy work-life balance, competitive pay, and retirement benefits that stay with you over your lifetime.

Paid time off: 11 federal holidays, 13 days of annual sick leave, and 13 to 26 days earned annual leave

Insurance for you and your family: Health, dental, vision, life, long-term care

Federal employment retirement system in addition to Social Security

Work schedules built to accommodate work-life balance

We’re AFCS, going above and beyond is what we do best

There’s not a force on the planet that can compete with the U.S. Air Force in air, space, or cyberspace. One reason for its superiority is the dedication and professionalism of people like you who comprise the 170,000-strong Air Force Civilian Service. Whether it’s caring for the health and well-being of airmen and their families, maintaining the equipment and infrastructure that allows the Air Force to be ready at a moment’s notice, or helping pilots sharpen their edge, behind every Airman, achievement, and milestone, there is someone like you. Forces. Joined.

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Equal Opportunity Employer. U.S. citizenship is required. Must be of legal working age. Some positions may require a security clearance.

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