The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has approximately 37,000 dedicated Civilians and Soldiers delivering engineering services to customers in more than 130 countries worldwide. Our disciplined Corps team is working diligently to strengthen our nation’s security by building and maintaining America’s infrastructure and providing military facilities where our service members train, work and live.
The Southwestern Division has approximately 2,700 civilians and soldiers across the Region. We continue focusing our efforts on employees and ensuring we recruit the best and brightest that will assume critical positions. We offer challenging professional, technical and administrative assignments and continue hiring talented and motivated US citizens in our offices. We also offer educational opportunities, certificate programs, professional and leadership development as well as mentoring programs. We support and nurture the growth of our employees and provide the tools to ensure superior performance in all our missions.
At the Corps, your opportunities are limitless. Current job openings can be found on OPM's USAJOBS website.
Open positions may include the following mission critical occupations:
- General Natural Resources Management and Biological Sciences series (0401)
- Engineering Technical series (0802)
- Construction Control Technical series (0809)
- Civil Engineering series (0810)
- Mechanical Engineering series (0830)
- Electrical Engineering series (0850)
- Contract Specialist series (1102)
- Realty series (1170)
- Lock and Dam Operating series (5426)
In addition to the basic recruitment needs, SWD focuses on developing individuals just beginning their career with the SWD family. We offer an excellent mentorship program along with various developmental opportunities to ensure our workforce has the right tools to be successful.
SWD has two distinct Human Resources Offices that play a critical role in helping to manage our workforce by providing HR oversight and develop, distribute, and manage HR policies for the SWD region.