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Student Intern

Location: Naval Station Everett (Note: Indicate on resume location and term interested in.) Pay Grade: NF-0199-02 Open to currently enrolled College or University Students. Accepting Applications for Fall, Winter, Spring, Summer Terms Join the Navy Region Northwest Fleet & Family Readiness Program Team – One of the most spectacular living areas – the beautiful Pacific Northwest! BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES: The Navy Fleet and Family Readiness (FFR) Intern...

Food Service Worker/Dishwasher

Location: Naval Base Kitsap Food & Beverage Program Pay Grade: NA-7408-02/03 Employee privileges include access to base facilities such as gyms, recreation centers, restaurants, and discount tickets to sporting and entertainment events. Summary of Duties: Performs tasks with several steps or sequence of tasks such as: sets up food service counters, steam tables, dining room tables, and side service stands with hot and cold food, including meats, vegetables, salads, desserts, bread, butter...

Child & Youth Program Assistants

Location: Naval Station Everett Child Development Center Pay Grade: CY-1702-01/02 This position provides quality care for children ages 6 weeks to 5 years. Employee privileges include access to base facilities such as gyms, recreation centers, restaurants, and discount tickets to sporting and entertainment events. Brief Description of Duties: Incumbent provides appropriate developmental care and instructions for children by attending to their physical, social, emotional, and intellectual need...

Child & Youth Program Assistants

Location: Naval Base Kitsap Child & Youth Programs Pay Grade: CY-1702-01/02 (GSE 02/03/04) Employee privileges include access to base facilities such as gyms, recreation centers, restaurants, and discount tickets to sporting and entertainment events. Brief Description of Duties: Incumbent provides appropriate developmental care and instructions for children by attending to their physical, social, emotional, and intellectual needs. Duties may include assisting in the child’s arrival...

Sports Coordinator

Location: Naval Base Kitsap Intramural Sports Pay Grade: NF-0188-03 Employee privileges include access to base facilities such as gyms, recreation centers, restaurants, and discount tickets to sporting and entertainment events. Summary of Duties: Incumbent will act as sports leader who administers, plan and organizes comprehensive sports programs and related special events to military community in Naval Base Kitsap. Organizes a comprehensive Captain’s Cup program, extramural and intramu...

Chalk It Up For Awareness

Chalk it Up for Awareness is a sidewalk chalk art competition held during the month of April to raise awareness of Sexual Assault. Teams can be created from any Command (NOSC, RCC, USS Shoup, USS Momsen, USS Gridley, USS Kidd, USS Sampson, NRD, Housing, Barracks, Commons, FFSC, etc.). All art must be SAPR related.  Registration begins March 11. Photo Submission dates are April 1-19. Registration forms are available at NSE.SAPR@NAVY.MIL. Complete the form and email back to the same address....

Earth Day Clean-Up

Do your good deed for the earth! Volunteer by helping Jim Creek prepare for the summer by planting flowers and cleaning up trails! Details: April 20 7-9 pm, FREE Jim Creek Navy Community Recreation Area Register by April 16, 425-304-3580 Open to Junior Service Members only (E6 and below). LIBERTY-eligible patrons may bring a guest, 18 years or older, on any of the trips. For more information, please call 425-304-3580.

Parent Support

Becoming a parent can be joyous and stressful, and the Fleet & Family Support Center has New Parent Support (NPS) representatives ready to assist you in your new role as a parent. Whether you are a brand new parent or have children already, FFSC has something for you. FFSC staff give classes on parenting as well as have an in-home program to assist you at every level. Contact Fleet & Family Support at 425-304-3367 or ffsp.cnrnw@navy.mil. For general information and support: www.ffsp.nav...

Family Violence Victim Advocacy

Long deployments, frequent moves, and the demands of mission readiness impose many stresses on military families, which sometimes leads to dating, marital and/or parent-child conflict. Concern for the welfare of Navy families and the effects of family violence on military performance prompted the establishment of the Family Advocacy Program. Fleet & Family Support Centers offer prevention, identification, treatment and follow up regarding incidents of Family Violence. All efforts are geared...

Financial Management

A key contributor to fleet and family readiness is having a solid financial plan in place. Fleet & Family Support has a number of resources that can help you manage your money and inform you and your command about scams and policies that might affect your financial health. The negative effects of poor financial health include diminished operational readiness, loss of security clearance, decreased choice of duty locations, administrative discharge, anxiety, stress, domestic violence, and was...

Eligibility

Public/Private Venture (PPV) provides preferential housing for Qualified Military Families. Consult your local Housing Service Center for specific information on PPV referrals. Qualified Military Family A Qualified Military Family is an active duty member of the Uniformed Services, including National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, U.S. Public Health Services and Active Guard Reserve (AGR), with accompanying dependents. Accompanying dependents are considered those dependents that will...

Resident Energy Conservation (RECP)

The Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD) originally established the policy for the payment of utilities in Public Private Venture (PPV) housing to encourage energy efficiency. The Resident Energy Conservation Program (RECP) is in alignment with the Department of Defense and the Department of the Navy's energy conservation initiatives to reduce dependence on foreign oil and over-use of electricity and to encourage good stewardship of our nation's resources. Some of the features are:...

Child Care Registration & Wait List

Navy Region Northwest Child & Youth Programs (CYP) offers developmental child care for eligible children, 6 weeks to 12 years of age, and has many options available from center-based and home care to school-age care. Child Development Centers (CDC) - Ages 6 weeks - 5 years Child Development Homes (CDH) - Ages 6 weeks - 12 years School-Age Care (SAC) - Ages 6 years - 12 years Hourly Child Care - Ages 6 weeks - 12 years MilitaryChildCare.com MilitaryChildCare.com (MCC) is a Depar...

Family Support

The Ombudsman Program and Family Readiness Groups (FRG) promote healthy, self-reliant families, and Fleet & Family Support is here to assist by providing Ombudsman and Family Readiness Group training and guidance. Fleet & Family Support Centers offer Ombudsman Basic Training and FRG training regularly. Both FRGs and Ombudsmen provide support to families before, during, and after a deployment and are essential to a well-balanced Navy. When family members have the resources they need to su...

Hourly Child Care

The Navy Hourly Care program is designed to support families need for short-term, intermittent child care. Hourly child care is available to eligible patrons who include, active duty military, DoD Civilian, reservists and DoD Contractors. Reserve hourly child care for: Tending to personal needs, such as lunch with friends Attending doctor visits Obtaining relief from daily stressors Tending to emergency situations Reservations can be made up to 30 days in advance. Space is limited and r...

Family Employment

With over half of today's military spouses working, the Family Employment Readiness Program is a valuable resource. Each Fleet & Family Support Center has a Career Resource Center equipped with computers, a printer, and a full resource library with current job postings to assist spouses and family members in finding employment. The Family Employment Readiness Program enables family members who wish to gain employment a place to come for resume review, interviewing skills, and more. Our...

Applying for Housing

  Receive Housing Information Faster! Navy Housing has developed HEAT to assist service members and their families in applying for housing Navy-wide. HEAT allows you to apply for housing at one or more installations online before or after you receive PCS orders. Learn more → You will still need to submit your application package for Public/Private Venture Housing (PPV) or Military Family Housing (MFH), whether you use HEAT or the traditional application process. Your application wil...

Support Webinars

Attend live workshops from the comfort and convenience of your home computer! Navy Region Northwest Fleet & Family Support provides a convenient way for customers to attend support workshops. All you need is a computer and a phone or speakers with a microphone! For questions, call (866) 854-0638 or ffsp.cnrnw@navy.mil. Webinars are subject to cancellation if there are too few participants registered. If the webinar is cancelled, please call 1-866-854-0638 to schedule an individualized app...

Exceptional Family Member Program

The Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP) is a mandatory program for spouses, children, and dependent family members who are on a service member’s Page 2 and enrolled in DEERS who have been diagnosed with a special need. The EFM program is dedicated to serving those with medical, psychological, or educational special needs that have been recognized and diagnosed by a professional. Enrollment in the EFM program is mandatory upon identification of a special need. Once diagnosed, EFMP pap...

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