Careers with USACE

  • Accountants/Financial Management
  • Administrative/Clerical
  • Architects
  • Archeologists
  • Attorneys
  • Biologists
  • Budget Analysts
  • Chemists
  • Civil Engineers
  • Construction Control Representatives
  • Contract Specialists
  • Economists
  • Electrical Engineers
  • Emergency Management Specialists
  • Engineering Technicians
  • Environmental Scientists and Engineers 
  • Fire Protection Engineers
  • General Engineers
  • Geographers
  • Geologists
  • Geotechnical Engineers
  • Hydrologists
  • Industrial Hygienists
  • Mechanical Engineers
  • Natural Resources Specialists/Park Rangers
  • Physical Scientists
  • Program Analysts
  • Project Engineers
  • Project Managers
  • Quality Assurance Representatives
  • Realty Specialists
  • Regulatory Specialist
  • Safety & Occupational Health Specialists
  • Security Officers
  • Structural Engineers
  • Student Trainee Opportunities
  • Surveying Specialists
  • Toxicologists

Join our Team!

We invite you to an exciting, adventurous career as a civilian with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers - Alaska District. With offices in Anchorage, Delta Junction, Fairbanks, Kenai and North Pole, the Alaska District is responsible for projects throughout the state, an area one-fifth the size of the Lower 48. The district has three main programs: military, civil works and environmental. The district also has a sizable function in contracting, operations and maintenance, real estate and regulatory activities.

To join our team, apply through USAJOBS.

Why Work for the Corps?

  • Wide range of stimulating opportunities worldwide
  • Travel
  • Excellent training programs
  • World-renowned engineering organization
  • Good salaries and benefits
  • Serve your country as a civil servant

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is an innovative, transformative organization providing engineering solutions to customers worldwide. Our civilian employees are delivering positive impacts for today and tomorrow. Working at USACE means making a direct contribution to war fighters and their families, supporting overseas contingency operations, developing technology and systems that save the lives of soldiers and civilians, providing disaster relief, and protecting and enhancing the environment and the national economy. We offer challenging professional, technical, and administrative opportunities in the U.S. and abroad—each building on a strong tradition of public service extending back more than 200 years.  

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What jobs are available?
    Search USAJOBS for the latest job announcements. The vacancy announcement will describe job duties, minimum qualifications, salary range and who can apply. The site is updated daily, so you are encouraged to visit regularly or create a search that sends automatic updates.
  • How do I apply?
    The Army uses the automated recruitment tool USAJOBS to advertise vacant positions, accept applications from job seekers, and evaluate the job seeker's eligibility and qualifications.
  • How do I submit a resume?
    It is recommended that you create a resume in USAJOBS at the beginning of your search. Once your resume is on file, you can easily apply for jobs from the announcement. You may update your resume at anytime.
  • How do I monitor my job search?
    Login to My Account in USAJOBS. Then click "Application Status."
  • Other employment topics and questions?
    You can explore other topics such as student employment, federal intern programs, federal salary and benefits at the USAJOBS Web site. USAJOBS is the federal government's official site for jobs and employment information provided by the Office of Personnel Management.
  • How do I file a reasonable accommodation request during the application process?
    If applicants require a reasonable accommodation request during any part of the application process, they can contact the Army Applicant Helpdesk. Additional information about the USAJOBS Reasonable Accommodation Policy can be found on their website as well.

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Office of Personnel Management

The Office of Personnel Management is the human resources agency for the entire federal government. Although you can find valuable information about working for the federal government on the OPM Web site, to apply for a job with the Alaska District, you should apply on the USAJOBS website.

Equal Employment Opportunity Office

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer. The Equal Employment Opportunity Office (EEO) manages the EEO complaints processing system to ensure compliance with regulatory requirements. The office monitors and assesses the climate of USACE activities to ensure that human resource management of civilians complies with EEO/affirmative employment principals and requirements.

For a general overview for federal employees and job applicants regarding laws that protect them against employment discrimination along with the EEO complaint process, please follow this link to the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.