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Hanscom civilian hiring event to provide meaningful career opportunities

  • Published
  • By Mark Wyatt
  • 66th Air Base Group Public Affairs

HANSCOM AIR FORCE BASE, Mass. – Air Force officials will host an in-person hiring event May 23 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Sheraton Boston Needham Hotel, 100 Cabot Street, Needham, Massachusetts, to fill more than 130 positions at Hanscom Air Force Base, Mass.

The event will provide an opportunity for those interested in federal employment at Hanscom AFB to meet one-on-one with hiring officials and apply for career opportunities in government service.

“Join our dedicated team, where you’ll have the opportunity to make a meaningful impact supporting our nation’s defense, advancing technological innovation, and serving our community, all while being part of a dynamic and rewarding mission,” said Col. Taona Enriquez, installation commander.

Officials encourage those interested to pre-register to receive updates tailored to interests, career fields of choice, background, and preferred location. For specific information related to Hanscom AFB, choose “MA-Boston area” from the location tab.

The hiring event is open to all those interested in civilian positions with the U.S. Air Force, including recent college graduates, experienced professionals, veterans, military spouses, and anyone interested in a career working to support our servicemen and women.

“At Hanscom Air Force Base, we offer more than just a job – we provide a fulfilling career with unparalleled opportunities for professional growth and development,” said Mel McGuire, Hanscom AFB Civilian Personnel Officer.

The federal government has been actively recruiting for a variety of positions in recent years. The demand for child care workers, cybersecurity experts, and other professionals, has increased, and the federal government is looking to fill these critical roles.

Positions offer a range of benefits, including competitive salaries, health insurance, retirement plans, and opportunities for advancement. In addition, government work provides the chance to serve your country and make a difference.

“Joining the federal government workforce at Hanscom means becoming a part of a supportive community dedicated to excellence, innovation, and serving our nation,” said McGuire. “Discover the numerous benefits of working here and contribute to something greater than yourself.”

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