We are thrilled that you are contemplating employment with our organization, the most outstanding organization of its kind in the Department of Defense (DOD). If you are a highly motivated individual that would like the opportunity to provide an invaluable service to Marines and their families then MCCS is the organization for you!! We serve Marine Corps Installations all over the world and are in need of dedicated customer service orientated individuals who are willing to serve a great cause by providing support through mission, career, and life events. Take a look at some of the benefits you get to enjoy while working at MCCS:

To see a full list of benefits and benefit programs please select the Benefits tab at the top of the page.

  • Stability of Federal Civilian Service
  • People with passion for doing work that matters
  • Marine Corps Exchange and Base Facility Privileges
  • Competitive Pay
  • Comprehensive Benefit Packages
  • Quality of Work Life Balance

Positions may be available in the following areas:

  • Administrative Support
  • Accounting
  • Behavioral Health
  • Children, Youth & Teen Services
  • Construction
  • Contracting
  • Education & Career Services
  • Finance
  • Fitness & Health Promotion
  • Food & Hospitality
  • Human Resources
  • Information & Referral
  • Information Technology
  • Libraries
  • Management
  • Marketing
  • Warehouse Support
  • Recreation
  • Relocation Assistance
  • Retail

Spouse Preference Program

  • This is a Department of Defense program instituted to lessen the adverse impact on the career paths of spouses of Active Duty Service members. The program grants eligible spouses, who are among the best qualified for positions graded NF-3 and below and equivalent hourly paid positions, a special preference in the selection process. If you are the spouse of an active duty service member ask us if you qualify for Spouse Preference.

    Spouse Preference requires a copy of the active duty member's orders with the spouse's name listed. Effective 7 Oct 04, Spousal Preference applicants hired in a flexible position will not lose their spousal preference eligibility until transferred or hired into a regular Full-Time or Part-Time position.

    There is no limit to the number of times spousal preference may be applied to referral and selection for non-continuing positions. Spouses may be simultaneously referred for continuing and non-continuing positions. Eligibility terminates due to acceptance or declination of an offer of a continuing Full-Time or Part-Time position.

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Transition Assistance Employment Preference

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Veterans' Priority Consideration

  • The veterans' hiring preference laws are not applicable to Non-Appropriated Fund (NAF) employment. Veterans applying for NAF jobs may be given priority consideration at time of hire only. For purposes of this priority consideration, "veteran" shall be defined the same as the term "preference eligible" in 5 U.S. Code 2108 (3) - (4); however, this is priority consideration only and not a selection preference. To receive priority consideration, veterans must submit a copy of their DD 214 at the time of application.

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