About ART Jobs

An Air Reserve Technician (ART) carries dual status, working as a full-time Department of Defense civil service employee and as Reservist performing the same job in an Air Force Reserve Command unit.

ARTs are full-time civilian employees who are required to serve as members of the Air Force Reserve one weekend a month and at least 14 days a year of annual training. On these weekend Unit Training Assemblies (UTAs) and during their annual two-week tour of duty, ARTs train with fellow reservists.

During the normal five-day workweek, ARTs perform as civilians, maintaining and operating reserve facilities in direct support of their unit.

Becoming an ART

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Contact SEU

Air Force Reserve
Special Examining Unit (SEU)
Comm: (478) 327-0113 / DSN: 497
FAX: (478) 327-0112
EMAIL: SEU@afrc.af.mil

Job Opportunities

Air Reserve Technician job vacancies

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Current ART Opportunities

Air Reserve Technician vacancies on USAJobs.gov

Click on the image above to view the current listing of ART position vacancies listed on the USAJobs.gov website as well as information on qualification criteria, position details, required forms, and links to website with more pertinent information.

Man Day Tours

 Learn more about man-day tours
 

Personnel Force Innovation matches Guard and Reserve personnel with Department of Defense agencies for Man-Day tours from one to three years. Some positions are non-Air Force Specialty Code specific. Search and apply for positions at the PFI website.

 

Online Applications


Case Exams, Open Continuous Announcements (Standing Registers) and 90-day Registers

 

ART positions are announced through the Special Examining Unit (SEU) on USAJOBS as “case exams” and “standing registers”.  A case exam is a one-time announcement for a specific job at a specific location and is normally open for a 5 business day period.  Open continuous announcements (Standing Registers) are the exception to case exams.  They are established when there is a consistent need to maintain a pool of qualified applicants to fill possible various vacancies/locations.  The SEU has annually and quarterly announced Standing Registers.