Civilian Personnel Flight (CPF)
The Civilian Personnel Flight (CPF) is a human resource entity which handles all recruitment and advisory services for a diversified civilian workforce comprised of Appropriated Fund (APF) and Non-Appropriated Fund (NAF) employees assigned throughout Davis-Monthan AFB.
APF Civilian Personnel Office
The APF Civilian Personnel Office is divided into two sections; Staffing and Labor/Employee Management Relations (L/EMR) providing a full range of services which include, advisory service to commanders/senior leadership, managers, supervisors, and employees on civilian personnel management, resources, staffing and recruitment, leave and absences, hours of work, awards, supervisory records, labor relations, conduct and performance, reasonable accommodation and disseminates changes in policy.
Non-Appropiated Funds (NAF)
NAF Human Resources Office
The NAF Human Resources Office administers the NAF personnel system and offers a variety of employment opportunities to our community from fitness, food service, childcare, recreation and administrative support. NAF describes federal employment that is available not only at U.S. Air Force bases around the world but with other services as well. Although NAF positions are federal jobs, they differ from federal civil service positions, as NAF employees are paid from self-generated funds by Air Force clubs and other activities and locations where NAF employee work.
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Davis Monthan AFB is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer