1. Do you have to be an engineer to work for USACE? No, our workforce includes park rangers, biologists, architects, lock and dam operators, scientists and much more. Together everyone plays a valuable role within our organization.
2. Do you have to be a Soldier, or in the Army, to work for USACE? No, USACE currently employs more than 33,000 civilians and 800 military personnel.
3. Does USACE only build things? No, we are proud to have contributed to some of the nation's great landmarks including the Washington Monument and the Capitol Dome, but our missions also extends to other areas such as research and development, recreation, and support to emergency responses.
4. What kind of benefits are available? You can learn about our benefits here. We also have 11 paid federal holidays, annual and sick leave, retirement benefits, thrift savings plans, alternate work schedules, telework opportunities and more.