US Army Corps of Engineers
Transatlantic Division

USACE Employees

Current USACE employees interested in Afghanistan or OIR deployments at the same grade level as their current position should contact their MSC/Center Deployment Coordination Administrator (DCA). For information on your local DCA, contact your Emergency Operations Center or e-mail DLL-DCA found in the USACE global e-mail address book.

USACE employees interested in applying for a deployment assignment on temporary promotion should apply though www.usajobs.gov. Information on how to apply through USAJOBS can be found here.

For a list of current USACE vacancies in Afghanistan, click here. 

For a list of current USACE vacancies in support of OIR, click here.

Other Federal Employees

Other federal employees not employed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, must submit their application for Afghanistan and OIR deployments through www.usajobs.gov. Information on how to apply through USAJOBS can be found here.

For a list of current USACE vacancies in Afghanistan, click here.

For a list of current USACE vacancies in support of OIR, click here.

Non-Federal Employees

Individuals not currently working for the federal government should apply for Afghanistan and OIR deployments through www.usajobs.gov. Information on how to apply through USAJOBS, can be found here.

Interested candidates who may be eligible for consideration as a 30% compensable Veteran, reinstatement eligible, or through the Veterans Readjustment Act may e-mail: TAD.inquiries@usace.army.mil.

For a list of current USACE vacancies in Afghanistan, click here.

For a list of current USACE vacancies in support of OIR, click here.

Military

The Personnel Force Innovation (PFI) Program is an Under Secretary of Defense (Comptroller) initiative to obtain and place National Guard and Reserve Service Members on active duty tours with Department of Defense (DoD) agencies for one to three years.

PFI fills critical manpower needs in DoD working capital fund (WCF) activities by providing highly-skilled National Guard or Reserve Service Members on a reimbursable and fee-for-service basis. When active duty personnel are not available to perform Department of Defense (DoD) agency duties, National Guard or Reserve Service Members are more cost-effective than civilian employees or contractor support personnel.

All Service Members on PFI active duty tours are volunteers who may use either civilian or military skills (or both) in their active duty tour assignments. PFI recruits the service members from a pool of almost 1.5 million volunteers from all service components. Participating National Guard or Reserve Service Members voluntarily apply for positions to serve on fee-for-service tours. Visit http://pfi.dod.mil/ to apply.