The Pennsylvania National Guard is one of the top ten employers in the commonwealth. About 3,000 of our members serve full-time; the remaining 16,000 are Drill Status Guard members who train on a part-time basis while pursuing a civilian education or career, in the true spirit of the Airman-citizen. So, can you be a full-time employee in the Guard?
Yes. The Guard has several types of full-time employees.
Within each state there are full-time personnel who manage the day-to-day operations of the units in their state known as "Title 32," which refers to the section of the U.S. Code that they are governed by. In addition to their full-time positions, these members serve with a unit in a traditional status (drilling on weekends) as well.
There is also a federal active-duty force, which is centrally managed by National Guard Bureau. These members serve in a "Title 10" status and participate in drills as part of their normal work schedules.
Those interested in applying for a full-time position with the Pennsylvania National Guard can click below for more information.
Available full-time job listing with the Pennsylvania National Guard, click here
Pa. Dept. of Military and Veterans Affairs Human Resources Office, click here
Employment information, click here
Pa. National Guard (full-time) technician resources, click here