This USAJobs link takes you directly to all currently available USCG jobs. You can sort by hiring path, job series and pay grade.
Civilian Career Opportunities (CAC Required)
Search a job type to find the best Coast Guard position for you.
DHS Detail Opportunities Library (CAC Access Required) (CAC Access Required)
Details allow employees to experience diverse mission areas through hands-on assignments for a temporary period of time.
USAJobs Open Opportunities
Open opportunities are like “mini-details,” where you work up to 20 hours for another team.
DHS Volunteer Force
The DHS Volunteer Force staffs and deploys a cadre of volunteers who assist in non-Stafford Act incidents.
DHS Surge Capacity Force (CAC Access Required)
The Surge Capacity Force provides volunteers to support areas throughout the country in greatest need after natural disasters, acts of terrorism, and other catastrophic events.
DHS Rotational Assignments Program (CAC Required)
The Homeland Security Rotation Program enables employees to participate in cross-component rotational assignments. (Site accessible from USCG workstations only).
DHS Joint Duty Program
The Joint Duty Program offers civilian personnel assignments on cross-cutting DHS and federal-wide for GS-13 through GS-15 employees.
The Employee Assistance Program, called CG SUPRT, offers career and education counseling in addition to many other resources. Call 1-1-855-CGSUPRT (247-8778) or visit their site.
The Federal Resume Guide
This comprehensive guide, published by the National Archives and Records Administration, contains everything you need to know to create a successful resume. Also, here are tips from the Department of Labor for writing a federal resume.
Employee Assistance Program
WebTA Job Aids
Thrift Savings Plan
Electronic Official Personnel Folder
Employee Personal Page (MyEPP)
Coast Guard Travel
Purchase and Travel Charge Cards
Office of Civilian Human Resources
Direct Access (for managing military members)