Choose the area in which you would like to view current vacancies. Before applying for any vacancies you will need to register with your local GEO LEC HR Office. 

Dependant positions are open to candidates who meet the criteria laid down in Art I(1)(b) and (c) of the NATO SOFA, i.e. civilian personnel accompanying the British Forces and who are not stateless persons, nor nationals of any State which is not a party to the North Atlantic Treaty or the NATO Partnership for Peace, nor national of, nor ordinarily resident in Germany.

DEP Employment Vacancies

Sennelager

covering Sennelager
DEP Employment Vacancies

Moenchengladbach

covering Moenchengladbach/Ayrshire Barracks.
DEP Employment Vacancies

Ramstein

covering Ramstein.
SSAFA

SSAFA Vacancies

SSAFA are responsible for providing Health services for the Force in Germany.

 

For SSAFA vacancies use the application form provided on the job description page for that particular vacancy.

For all other DEP vacancies use the Registration and Application Forms provided either by your local office or available on this website. These forms are also available on the job details pages. CVs are not accepted. More information about the application process can be found on the Guide to Completing Your Registration & Application Form page.

All emailed Application and Registration forms will receive an automated receipt.

Please be aware that the working hours listed for the vacancies advertised below are not fixed and should not stop you from applying. Flexible working patterns are encouraged and, where the job will allow, we may be able to change the hours to suit your personal circumstances. If you see a job that interests you please apply through the usual channels, stating your availability

For vacancies requiring a Typing Test (this will be noted under the Job Title of a vacancy) please contact your local office to arrange a date and time for the test prior to the application closing date.

GEO LEC HR is fully committed to providing a working environment that is free from abuse and harm. We actively promote a free and safe culture, promoting the welfare of children and vulnerable persons within all of our work environments by clearly identifying and communicating the roles and responsibilities within the organisation and engaging with children, vulnerable persons and staff, in policy and practice development. Furthermore, we proactively encourage feedback and apply a zero tolerance to any form of abuse and harm.