The Hurlburt Field Force Support Squadron is responsible for providing the best quality of life programs for military personnel and their family members assigned to Hurlburt Field, home of the Hurlburt Field Special Operation Wing. Our programs include activities as diverse and challenging as membership clubs, golf courses, bowling centers, family care facilities (youth, infant, and child), lodging, mortuary affairs, honor guard, dining facilities, skills center and a variety of outdoor recreation activities to name just a few.
The Hurlburt Field FSS Non-Appropriated Funds (NAF) Human Resources Office Services is always looking for friendly people to work in its many facilities. Positions range from recreation aid/assistants, child development program assistants, and accounting technician to food services workers, cooks and wait staff etc. We provide an upbeat friendly work environment where employees are given exciting challenges and opportunities to make a positive difference. NAF's major resource is its people and our goal is to provide an environment where people are happy, enjoy working and feel respected and appreciated.
The Non-Appropriated Funds (NAF) Human Resources Office at Hurlburt Field services 20 Morale Welfare Recreation (MWR) activities on base. Our office staffs, processes and supports over 300 NAF Federal Employees working on base in these facilities by offering support in staffing, background checks, in processing, employee relations and employee benefits. To contact our office, please send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 850-884-6464 during normal business hours. The Non-Appropriated Funds (NAF) Human Resources Office at Hurlburt Field services 20 Morale Welfare Recreation (MWR) activities on base. Our office staffs, processes and supports over 300 NAF Federal Employees working on base in these facilities by offering support in staffing, background checks, in processing, employee relations and employee benefits. To contact our office, please send an e-mail to email@example.com or call 850-884-6464 during normal business hours.FAQ
NAF employment is considered federal employment. It is, however, different from federal civil service employment because the monies used to pay the salaries of NAF employees come from a different source. Civil service positions are paid for by money appropriated by Congress. NAF money, on the other hand, is self-generated by Air Force clubs, bowling centers, golf courses, and other activities that use NAF employees.
We have two types of NAF positions: "flexible" and "regular." Flexible employees have work schedules that depend on the needs of the activity. These employees may work a minimum of zero hours to a maximum of 40 hours per week, and do not receive benefits. Regular employees work between 20 and 40 hours a week. Please visit our on-base and off-base locations to find the job that's right for you!
Applicants DO NOT need to be currently affiliated with the U.S. armed forces or Department of Defense to apply.
Any individual who is a U.S. citizen or has a valid work permit may apply for employment.
Applicants must be at least 16 years of age and at least 18 to handle alcoholic beverages.
Applicants must be 18 years of age to work in the Child Development Center and with Youth Programs.
Military spouses may be eligible to apply for employment preference for DoD NAF positions in conjunction with their military sponsor's transfer to a new duty station. Spouse preference eligibility begins 30 days before the military sponsor's reporting date to the new duty location. A military spouse preference eligible is a military spouse who entered into marriage with the military member prior to relocating because of service under a statutory tour. Military spouses may apply for any position in all employment categories in pay band NF-III and below, CC positions, and equivalent hourly paid crafts and trades positions. However, preference applies only when the grade/pay band for which the spouse has applied is no higher than that previously held in the federal service. (Changed effective 7 Oct 2004) Spouse preference eligibility is terminated upon placement or declination (whichever occurs first) of a continuing position (APF or NAF) for which application is made. A continuing position is defined as "regular" position and does not include "flexible" or "temporary" positions. Military Spouses will be referred using Military Spouse P reference until such time as they accept a continuing position. Military Spouse Preference will not be lost if the military spouse declines an offer of employment in a non-continuing position ( flexible or temporary).
Documents Required To Claim Spouse Preference: Documents depicting proof of military spouse preference eligibility are the sponsor's permanent change of station (PCS) orders where the spouse is named as the husband or wife of the military member, or a copy of the commander's letter of approval of command sponsorship together with a copy of the sponsor's PCS orders. To apply using spouse preference you must provide us with a copy of these documents. The military sponsor must be an active duty military member of the Armed Forces, including the U.S. Coast Guard, relocating because of service under a statutory tour. Military spouse preference does not apply when the military member sponsor's move is a PCS in conjunction with retirement or separation. Transition Hiring Preference: Certain categories of involuntarily separated military members, and in some cases, their family members, are to be provided benefits and services to ease the transition process from military to civilian life. Transition Hiring Preference (THP) became available with the 1991 National Defense Authorization Act (Public Law 101-510). Preference may be used for any NAF job open to competition according to merit practices, at CC, NF-III and below and crafts and trades positions. THP is terminated upon placement in, or declination of, any NAF position (whichever occurs first) for which a THP-eligible has applied.
If you ever served in any branch of the armed forces you may be eligible for Veterans' Preference. By law, veterans who are disabled or who served on active duty in the Armed Forces during certain specified time periods or in military campaigns are entitled to preference over non veterans.
Documents Required To Claim Veteran's Preference: To be considered for Veterans' Preference you need to send us member copy 4 of your last DD Form 214. Not everybody who served in the Armed Forces is eligible for this preference. There are strict guidelines used in determining Veterans' Preference and not all will qualify.
Documents Required To Claim Transition Hiring Preference: To apply using THP, you must provide us with a copy of your transition assistance identification card and a copy of the orders showing that you or your spouse were involuntarily separated. You will receive this preference only if you are fully qualified for the position. You may receive THP only once. That means if we offer a position to you, you lose your THP whether you accept or not.
Yes, NAF employees are Federal employees. It differs from Federal Civil Service (APF, GS positions) in that the monies used to pay salaries of NAF employees come from a different source. Civil Service is paid by money appropriated by Congress. NAF monies are self-generated by activities that use NAF employees.
All NAF positions are eligible for the following benefits: performance awards, overtime pay, shift differential, Tuition Assistance*, Parental Leave*, Base Facility Access and BX Shopping Privileges.
Select, Regular NAF positions are eligible for the above benefits and also Leave Accrual (Sick and Annual), 401(k) w/ Employer Match, Health Insurance, Dental Insurance, Life Insurance and NAF Retirement Plan*. *Requires 1 year Federal Service to be eligible.
No, you do not have to have any military or Department of Defense affiliation to be a NAF employee. Basic requirements are US Citizen or have a valid work permit. Additional, specific requirements for vacancies are listed in each job announcement.