DoD has relied on its civilian workforce to deploy in support of expeditionary requirements for as long as contingency operations have existed. DoD civilians are a critical part of the Total Force and essential to ensuring the readiness, capability, capacity, and lethality of our military forces. From 2001 to present, DoD civilians have provided significant support to military forces in Iraq, Afghanistan, and other locations throughout the world.
Primary Occupational Needs for Deployment
There are a broad range of occupations represented by the civilian workforce within our deployed locations. Available positions range from blue collar to white collar, to include senior executive deployment opportunities.
For more information regarding available expeditionary positions for your specific Service/Defense Agency, click on the Become an Expeditionary Civilian link to locate and contact your expeditionary civilian program team.
Army Expeditionary Civilian Workforce Positions
Department of the Army is seeking Army civilians to fill urgent deployable civilian requirements within the USCENTCOM Area of Responsibility. View the links below for a list of “Urgent Fills” and the Request for Deployment Form. Please forward the completed form to firstname.lastname@example.org. For additional information regarding other Army deployment opportunities, visit the Applying Now tab.
Ministry of Defense Advisors (MoDA) Available Positions
The MoDA Program is designed to forge long-term relationships that strengthen a partner country's defense or interior ministry. The program matches senior Department of Defense (DoD) civilians with ministry counterparts in similar functional areas. The chart below shows a list of mission critical positions available through the MODA program. Please click on "view the full duty description" for more details about the position. These positions do not constitute the entirety of open positions.