The best way to view current job openings at Ship Repair Facility and Japan Regional Maintenance Center (SRF-JRMC), Yokosuka, SRF-JRMC Detachment Sasebo, and Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, and Intermediate Maintenance Facility (PSNS&IMF) Detachment Yokosuka in USAJOBS is to have the actual Vacancy Announcement number. These can be obtained from this website, the SRF-JRMC Facebook page, or by requesting e-mail notification at firstname.lastname@example.org.
USAJOBS.gov offers you a variety of ways to search the database of current job openings. The easiest way to look through this database is to perform a broad keyword search, and then refine your results according to your preferences.
No matter how you search, you can refine your results in a variety of ways. Once you have determined your work priorities, you will likely have very specific preferences in mind. Refine your search using that criteria through the “refine your results” box or through the “advanced search” feature.
A normal “Search” for Jobs in Japan should include the following:
And, the most important part: Check “Federal Employees.” Typically, SRF-JRMC and PSNS Det jobs are not available to ALL US CITIZENS. The typical area of consideration for SRF-JRMC and PSNS&IMF Det job openings is current Department of Navy (DoN) employees, reinstatement eligible former DoN employees, and veterans worldwide. You will not see these vacancy announcements unless you check “Federal Employees”.
Go to the Go Government website to learn how to refine your search results:
Current Federal Employees and Veterans may also try using the geographic-based job searches pre-constructed by Human Resources Office (HRO), Navy Region Japan found at this
(Download the PDF document if it doesn't display in the webpage for you. Once you have opened the PDF document, click on the link for current job openings in Yokosuka or Sasebo and then search for the SRF-JRMC or PSNS Det job openings in Sasebo and/or Yokosuka.
(Note that for Yokosuka positions, you should also check the Yokohama search as Yokosuka job openings may also listed there.)
So, you found the job you want. And, it's with the Federal Government. Better yet, it’s in Japan with SRF-JRMC in Yokosuka or Sasebo or PSNS&IMF Det Yokosuka! Congratulations! You're embarking on an exciting journey with dynamic opportunities that Federal jobs overseas, and especially in Japan, provide. You're also competing for these highly desirable jobs with some of the best candidates around. How do you know you've shown future employers your worth?
First, read the job announcement carefully and acquaint yourself with what the Federal agency is seeking. SRF-JRMC and PSNS&IMF Det Yokosuka often have unique requirements, so read the Vacancy Announcement carefully.
Next, capture how your experience matches the qualifications for that job and tailor your resume to the job to which you are replying – that’s why you can have up to five resumes in USAJobs! Remember: Federal agencies base their decisions on merit so, follow the 10 tips available at the link below carefully when describing your experience and skills.