Some of the services offered include: labor-management relations, employee-management relations, affirmative employment programs, employee development and training.
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NAF offers an exciting opportunity to work and get paid for hobbies that you enjoy every day. NAF employment is paid by self-generated services at Air Force installation clubs, bowling centers, golf courses, and other activities to pay the salaries of NAF employees. Congress does not appropriate any funds. NAF offers regular or flexible employment. Regular employees work between 20 and 40 hours a week depending on the position requirements, and are entitled to receive benefits. Flexible employees may work a minimum of zero hours to a maximum of 40 hours per week based on the needs of the installation activity, and do not receive any benefits.
The Force Support Squadron provides Morale, Welfare, and Recreation services to the base workforce in a variety of ways. A small sample of these services are childcare centers, recreation centers such as the Bowling Center, Golf Courses, Tennis Club, and Food Services such as Base Restaurants, the Club and Banquet Center. Services mostly consist of Nonappropriated Funds (NAF) employees.
NAF employment is considered federal employment. It is, however, different from federal civil service employment because the monies used to pay the salaries of NAF employees come from a different source. Civil service positions are paid for by money appropriated by Congress. NAF money, on the other hand, is self-generated revenue by Air Force clubs, bowling centers, golf courses, and other activities that utilize NAF employees.
We have two types of NAF positions: "flexible" and "regular." Flexible employees have work schedules that depend on the needs of the activity. These employees may work a minimum of zero hours to a maximum of 40 hours per week, and do not receive benefits. Regular employees work between 20 and 40 hours a week depending on position requirements, and are entitled to receive benefits. Regular employees are entitled to benefits such as health and life insurance, 401(k) savings plan, NAF retirement plan, and accrual of annual and sick leave and paid Federal holidays.
FSS operations serve to support the military community and better the lives of military families. Providing service with a smile and great customer care is mission essential!
FSS employes are the backbone of many of the fun activies, special events and family support services offered on the base - we could not do it without you!
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