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  • DHA Announcement - Electronic Industrial Controls Mechanic - XF-2606-12, Grugett, Operations Division

    Opening and Closing Dates:  05/17/21 – 05/21/21 Position Title:  Electronic Industrial Controls Mechanic Series/Grade:  Electronic Industrial Controls Mechanic, XF-2606-12 Full Performance Level:  XF-12 Duty Location:  Official Duty Station is Ensley Engineer Yard, Memphis, Tennessee.  Position requires TDY travel with the Grugett, shift work, and mandatory overtime.   Hourly Salary Range: $29.05 - $33.91 Work Schedule:  Full-Time Appointment Type:  Permanent Travel Requirement:   Temporary Duty Travel is over 50% of the time Who May Apply:  U.S. Citizens
  • Final levee system project on horizon as MVM completes preliminary projects

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Memphis District, in partnership with the Fulton County Board of Levee Commissioners (FCBLC), is nearing completion of two maintenance projects, the Island 8 Parcel 1 Relief Well Ditch Restoration Project and the Lake No. 9 Collector Ditch Erosion Repair Project, both located along the Mississippi River Mainline Levee south of Hickman, Kentucky. More importantly, after these projects are done, the district will be that much closer to executing the last and final project needed to finish the entire levee system.
  • Smith appointed new Memphis District Project Management Branch Chief

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Memphis District recently selected Derrick Smith to be the new Chief of the Project Management Branch. Highlights from Smith’s many years of service and achievements make clear how he earned this respectable position.
  • Smith nominated for 2020 Program Manager of the Year Award

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Memphis District recently nominated Program Manager Derrick Smith as the Program Manager of the Year. Every year the district selects an Army civilian program manager to recognize their outstanding contributions and support of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the regiment, including civil works, leadership, and achievements.
  • Stroupe nominated for 2020 Project Manager of the Year Award

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Memphis District recently nominated Jairus Stroupe as the Project Manager of the Year. Every year the district selects an Army civilian engineer to recognize their outstanding contributions and support of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the regiment, including civil works, leadership, and local achievements.