ACC Recruiting Recent College Grads in Rapid-Fire Hiring Campaign

By September 19, 2012May 26th, 2014Career Development
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Recent college graduates looking for a career in Army contracting should keep an eye on for a series of rapid-fire job announcements, according to U.S. Army Contracting Command’s (ACC’s) human capital director.

ACC will be hiring up to 150 recent college graduates to fill entry-level positions at a number of U.S. locations, said Bill Baxter, ACC Deputy Chief of Staff, Human Capital/G-1. The jobs will be posted on, the command’s civilian employee recruiting website. A number of hiring authorities will be used to make tentative job offers quickly, he said.

“We’re looking for the brightest and most talented people to join our team of world-class contracting professionals to help transform the way the Army buys its goods and services,” Baxter said.

He said the entry-level positions will be available at the GS-7 pay grade. Selected applicants will be assigned to the contract specialist career field.

Baxter confirmed that ACC is still in the midst of a command-wide hiring pause for most of its civilian vacancies, but he explained that the entry-level positions are being funded by Headquarters Army Civilian Training, Education, and Development System to help manage future attrition in the contracting career field.

Applicants must have a current copy of their college transcripts and an up-to-date résumé at They will also be required to complete an online assessment.


Applicants should be “energetic and highly motivated graduates,” Baxter said, with strong math, analytic, and communication skills. They must meet the following requirements:
• Have a bachelor’s degree.
• Be a U.S. citizen.
• Have a cumulative GPA of 2.95 or higher.
• Be able to obtain and maintain a secret security clearance.
• Have a minimum of 24 academic hours in business-related disciplines such as accounting, finance, economics, or marketing.

For more information and to review job postings, go to


  • —ACC Public Affairs

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