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NAVFAC Pacific announces more than 700 job openings

Updated: Apr 5

By Pacific Island Times News Staff

Naval Facilities Engineering Systems Command Pacific today announced more than 700 job openings for various civilian positions in professional disciplines for large-scale projects.

NAVFAC will host an exclusive job fair on April 30 at Ala Moana Hotel’s Garden Lanai in Honolulu, Hawaii, from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. to fill positions in its offices in Hawaii, Guam, Far East, California and Washington.

Available job positions include engineers, architects, biologists, National Environmental Protection Agency planners, construction managers, financial analysts, information technology specialists, contract specialists, facilities maintenance, transportation utilities workers, engineering technicians, and interns.


“NAVFAC is unique in that civilian employees have significant choices in their career path and opportunities to work in some of the most desirable locations in the world,” said Mary Muranaka, NAVFAC Pacific human resources director.


“There is an array of exciting, large-scale projects you can be a part of, so come and speak directly with NAVFAC leaders and hiring managers to learn about our organization, mission and benefits of a federal civilian position," she added.


Prospective candidates are encouraged to submit their resumes to for job matching and to get pre-qualified for an interview at the job fair. 


"I’m always inspired by the expertise, professionalism and dedication of the men and women at NAVFAC,” said Marc Wong, NAVFAC Pacific chief engineer.

“If you want to find true inspiration, NAVFAC has exciting opportunities to join our outstanding team and be a part of the historic build-up and delivery of shore facility capabilities across the Pacific.  Join me at the job fair where we can start designing your career with NAVFAC," he added.

NAVFAC provides engineering and acquisition expertise spanning the Indo-Pacific region through the $3.4 billion Shipyard Infrastructure Optimization Program, which is vital for national defense by performing maintenance and modernizing equipment at the Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard and Intermediate Maintenance Facility.

In addition, NAVFAC serves as the execution agent for the newly created Camp Blaz base on Guam, which will house 5,000 Marines from Japan later this year.


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