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Our mission is to develop and administer comprehensive civilian human resources services to facilitate the attainment of MCIPAC strategic goals and program objectives. Provides regional human resources services for III MEF and MCIPAC subordinate installations in Japan and Korea, including Marine Corps Base Camp Smedley D. Butler (MCBB); Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS) Iwakuni; MCAS Futenma; Combined Arms Training Center, Camp Fuji, and Camp Mujuk. Provides supervision and/or functional oversight of the Human Resources Offices located at Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS) Iwakuni and Marine Corps Base (MCB) Hawaii.
(DSN prefix 315) (Commercial 011-81-98-970-****)
|U.S. Employment Unit
|U.S. Classification Unit
|U.S. Employee & Labor Relations/Benefits Unit
|Workforce Development Unit (Training)
|JN Employment Unit
|JN Classification Unit
|JN Employee/Labor Relations Unit
Come join the adventure on beautiful Okinawa! Beaches, tropical fish and coral reef — we have it all! Okinawa, a subtropical island, is the largest of the Ryukyu Islands in southern Japan. MCB Camp S. D. Butler is located 300 miles due south of mainland Japan on Okinawa.
Okinawa’s climate ranges from mild winters to warm, pleasant summers. Okinawa has affordable travel services with low-cost airline carriers, ferries and cruise lines that service tourist destinations throughout Asia. Travel and cultural destinations are a short distance away! Also, enjoy outdoor activities such as biking, hiking, swimming, snorkeling, diving, fishing, kayaking, ocean parasailing and whale watching, or take in a sunrise or sunset on the beach!
This position comes with employee benefits such as the use of world class base services including access to the brand new US Naval Hospital, Department of Defense Education Activity (DoDEA) schools, gymnasiums, Post Exchanges and commissaries.
All this and more is here in the Pacific. Cost of living is low and the quality of life is high!
Please visit Camp Butler's Electronic Welcome Aboard Package and video.
To learn more about the living and working condition at this military installation go to: https://installations.militaryonesource.mil
"Welcome to the Pacific" magazine link: https://www.stripes.com/special-publications/welcome-to-the-pacific