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COME WORK AT HILL AIR FORCE BASE!
We, here at the 75 Force Support Squadron, are the manpower behind the scenes taking care of those who take care of us. Our focus is to build a cohesive community while fortifying our inclusion efforts to support Airmen and their families.
This is a great way to initiate your career here at Hill Air Force Base within an exciting culture and in a fun environment!
For more information contact the NAF HR office at 801-777-1080 between 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.
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How does the application process work?
Direct hiring allows us to accept your application right here on this website. All we need from you is your First and Last name, phone number, email and your resume. Be sure to check the boxes for which positions you would like to be considered for.
How long will it take to receive an updated status?
It may take a few hours, after you submit your application, for the agency to update your status. You may also receive an email confirmation from the agency application system, but not all agencies send email confirmations.
The hiring agency will start reviewing applications once the job announcement closes. The hiring agency will review your application to make sure you’re eligible and meet the job qualifications, and will place qualified applicants into these categories:
- Minimally qualified
- Highest qualified
After the hiring agency reviews all applications, they will send the highest qualified applicants to the hiring official.
The hiring official will review the highest qualified applications and select applicants to interview based on agency policy. The hiring agency will contact applicants directly to schedule interviews.
Hiring officials can interview applicants using:
- A panel
There may be more than one interview round. For example, an applicant may have a phone interview and then an in-person interview.
How long will it take to schedule an interview?
It may take some time to schedule interviews, depending on the number of people being interviewed.
After the agency completes all interviews, they will select a candidate(s) and contact them to start the job offer process.
The hiring agency will extend a tentative job offer. Once this offer is accepted the agency will start the background investigation. The agency may require additional security checks for jobs that need a higher-level clearance.
When is the job offer final?
The job offer is final when the agency successfully completes the background investigation and any additional security checks. The hiring agency will contact the candidate(s) directly to set up a start date.