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Find a Career in the OO-ALC

Ogden Air Logistics Complex (OO-ALC) Opportunities

Our Mission
Provide sustainment and logistics readiness to deliver combat power for America

Vision
Professional Airmen delivering globally integrated, agile logistics and sustainment

The Ogden Air Logistics Complex (OO-ALC) is the largest tenant of Hill AFB, located in Ogden, Utah.  OO-ALC utilizes  Direct/Expedited Hire Authority (DHA/EHA) to recruit and hire applicants. Other positions not covered by a DHA/EHA authority will still be announced on USA Jobs.  Even though your resume was received, remember to continue to apply for positions on USA Jobs. 

In the spirit of providing the same assistance to all candidates, your resume should describe all experience and training you possess related to the occupation(s) for which you are applying.

Key resume information includes:

*Job title and employer

*Starting and ending dates for each job listed on your resume

*Average hours worked per week

*Detailed information about the work performed

*References with phone numbers (supervisors, college instructors) to contact each reference

Hands on experience that is gained from technical training program, volunteer activities, hobbies, or unpaid work situations are acceptable but only if enough detail is provided about how tasks were performed

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Find your fit in the OO-ALC and apply for positions at any of the sites below:

https://www.usajobs.gov/
https://afciviliancareers.com/ 

Additional Career Paths

Veterans Hiring Information

The Ogden Air Logistics Complex (OO-ALC) is, and has always been, committed to hiring veterans. While there are Federal laws providing hiring preference and special appointing authorities for veterans, more than ever, OO-ALC recognizes that hiring veterans just makes sense. By actively recruiting veterans, the OO-ALC gains the value of their experience and provides them with a means to continue their service to our country. To meet veterans' employment information needs, the US Office of Personnel Management created a website to act as the preeminent source for Federal employment information for Veterans. Visit FedsHireVets.gov for post-military career information.

Veterans’ Recruitment Appointment (VRA)
VRA is an excepted hiring authority that allows OO-ALC to hire eligible veterans without competition, who meet any of the following requirements:
Served on active duty and received a campaign badge for service during a war or in a campaign or expedition
Served on active duty and received an Armed Forces Service Medal for participation in a military operation
Have recently separated (within the last three years), and separated under honorable conditions (an honorable or general discharge)
Are disabled
Veterans can be given an excepted service appointment under this authority at any grade level up to and including a GS-11 or equivalent. After an individual successfully completes two years of service, that individual will be converted noncompetitively to a career-conditional or career appointment in the competitive service.
Veterans Employment Opportunities Act (VEOA)
VEOA gives eligible veterans access to jobs that otherwise would have been available only to current competitive civil service (status) employees. Veterans are not accorded preference as a factor in the application process, but they are allowed to compete for job opportunities that are being filled under internal merit promotion procedures—they are not available to the general public. A VEOA-eligible who has competed under Air Force merit promotion announcements open to status individuals outside the AF workforce, and who is selected, will be given a career or career-conditional appointment. To be eligible for a VEOA appointment, a veteran’s latest discharge must be issued under honorable conditions (an honorable or general discharge), and the veteran must be either a preference eligible OR have substantially completed three or more years of continuous active service.

Veterans Opportunity to Work (VOW)
Under the VOW to Hire Heroes Act, active duty service members are treated as veterans and given preference-eligible status (when applicable) for purposes of appointment in the competitive service for up to 120 days prior to their actual discharge/release from active duty service. Along with the job application, a service member in this situation submits a “certification,” which is any written document from the armed forces that certifies he or she is expected to be discharged or released from active duty service in the armed forces under honorable conditions not later than 120 days after the date the certification is submitted.

30 Percent or More Disabled Veterans
This hiring authority can be used to make appointments of eligible candidates to any position for which they are qualified, without competition. Unlike the VRA there are no grade-level limitations. Initial appointments are time-limited, lasting more than 60 days; however, the veteran can be converted to permanent status at any time during the time-limited appointment without competition.

Eligibility applies to the following categories of veterans:
Disabled veterans who were retired from active military service with a disability rating of 30 percent or more; and
Disabled veterans rated by the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) as having a compensable service-connected disability of 30 percent or more.
180-day Waiver
The 180-day waiver to appoint retired military members to civilian positions is back in effect as of December 23, 2016, when President Obama signed into law the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) of fiscal year (FY) 2017. This does not mean retired military members cannot apply for federal positions. In fact, we highly encourage retired military members to seek employment with us. By law, retired military members have the right to seek and be considered for federal civilian employment to include our disabled veterans. This statute simply is in place to mandate documentation to show the superiority of the military members qualifications to other referred candidates.

Additionally, consideration must be in compliance with merit system principles. Which require selection and advancement predicated solely on the basis of relative ability, knowledge, and skills after fair and open competition, thus ensuring all applicants receive equal opportunity.

Military members coming up on retirement or just recently retired bring to the table a work ready wealth of knowledge and experience that we want to capitalize on and retain for continuity and to proactively assure the success of our mission capabilities. They have displayed years of dedication, professionalism, outstanding work ethic and have embodied the team player orientation to cement our total Air Force concept.

As they transition from active duty to the private sector, they can take comfort in knowing that their past experience can easily transform to the many disciplines utilized in civil service today. Conversely, they can realistically vie for compensation commensurate with their military benefits and earnings.

They have served their country with pride and distinction and they need to know that they are still a valuable asset to our great nation and we gladly welcome them into continued service with federal employment opportunities!

Additional tips can also be found on USA Jobs

Thank you again for your interest in a career within OO-ALC.

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Individuals With a Disability

The Schedule A authority, specifically Schedule A 5 CFR 213.3102(u), enables AFCS to hire an eligible person in a more direct and stream-lined manner. To be eligible for Schedule A, you must provide a "proof of disability" letter stating that you have an intellectual disability, severe physical disability or psychiatric disability. You can get this letter from your doctor, a licensed medical professional, a licensed vocational rehabilitation specialist, or any federal, state, or local agency that issues or provides disability benefits. Click here to see sample letters.

In addition to having the “proof of disability” letter, you must meet the qualification requirements, and must be able to perform the essential duties of the job with or without reasonable accommodation. You will need to provide a resume, transcripts if your education qualifies you for the position(s) you’re seeking, and a statement identifying the occupational areas and Air Force installations in which you’re interested.

When you have the appropriate documentation, you should contact the Air Force Selective Placement Program Coordinator (SPPC) at AFPC.EO.SELECTIVEPLACEMENT@us.af.mil to receive employment assistance and help with the application process. The SPPC will contact and provide your documents to the Disability Program Manager (DPM) or Civilian Personnel Section (CPS) at the local AF installations in which you’re interested. The SPPC will give you the contact information for the local DPM or CPS so you can work more directly with the local officials as they determine if opportunities are available for which they opt to use the Schedule A hiring authority.

If you are hired under the Schedule A authority, you may be converted to the competitive service after two years of successful job performance.

If you would like to learn more about the Schedule A appointing authority, you can click here and view "The ABCs of Schedule A for Applicants with Disabilities” or visit Office of Personnel Management (OPM) website.

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