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Join Us in Serving Those Who Serve!

Fleet and Family Support Programs (FFSP) is hiring!  We are looking for dedicated professionals who enjoy helping military personnel, reservists, retirees, and their families.  Make a difference and serve your country by serving those who serve!  

Our services are confidential and at no cost to the service member and their family.  We play a vital role in helping our clients achieve their personal and professional goals, adapt to the military environment, and connect with the array of helping agencies and networks to ensure they thrive.

Our diverse and inclusive team values innovation, flexibility, resourcefulness, and commitment to serving others.  We are honored to serve our clients and strive to ensure our programs are accessible, relevant, and customer-focused. 



Why Choose Us?

Fleet and Family Readiness offer innovative, exciting, and meaningful work linking military and civilian talents to achieve our mission and safeguard our freedoms; competitive salaries, comprehensive benefits, and extensive professional development and training.

  • Paid federal holidays
  • Subsidized Childcare for Child & Youth Program Employees
  • Free Gym Access
  • Discounted tickets for area tours, attractions, museums, amusement parks, movie theaters, ski lift passes, and more!
  • Access to discounted items at all Navy Exchanges, such as food, gas, haircuts, and car care (except at commissaries)
  • Access to Military Lodging Facilities World-Wide in locations such as Orlando, Honolulu, Tokyo, Seoul, and Germany
  • Access to MWR Theaters
  • Access to Discounted Travel through American Forces Travel
  • Access to MWR Water Sports Rentals and Classes through Outdoor Recreation
  • Access to Discounted Bowling and Golf

Full-Time and Part-Time Employees are also eligible for:

  • Medical and Dental
  • Paid vacation and sick leave
  • Long-term disability*
  • Life insuranc
  • Retirement plan
  • Up to 3% company match 401K

* Only full-time staff are eligible for this benefit.


Our Fleet and Family Support Centers (FFSCs) can be found at various locations throughout Navy Region Southwest (NRSW), including:

San Diego, CA:

Other California and Nevada Locations:

Job Descriptions 

At our various FFSC locations, we offer federal government and contract positions in these five core areas:

Work and Family Life (WFL) Programs:
We directly support mission readiness and personal resiliency by empowering service members and their families to meet the challenges of the military lifestyle.  Our WFL team members provide deployment readiness support, Ombudsman Program support, career services through Transition Assistance and Family Employment, Personal Financial Management, Relocation assistance, Life Skills workshops, resource referrals, Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP) Support for Families with Special Needs, and more.  

The WFL team primarily delivers services through individualized consultations and facilitated training (via in-person and webinar sessions), as well as conducting outreach.  

Our WFL team includes:
  • Work and Family Life Consultants (WFLCs)
  • Education Services Facilitators (ESFs)
  • EFMP Case Managers
  • Personal Financial Managers/Accredited Financial Counselors

Counseling, Advocacy and Prevention (CAP): 
CAP staff provide individual, group, and family counseling, Family Advocacy Program (FAP) intervention for incidents of domestic violence and child abuse/neglect, assessment and treatment for Problematic Sexual Behavior in Children and Youth (PSB-CY), Sailor Assistance and Intercept for Life (SAIL) case management in response to suicide-related behavior, FAP victim advocacy, New Parent Support home visits, and related prevention, education, and awareness programs.  CAP team members include:

  • Clinical Counselors:  Our fully-licensed counselors provide non-medical clinical counseling, case management, and treatment.  These positions require a Master’s degree or doctorate in a counseling-related field and a current clinical state license to practice independently in any US State.

  • Family Advocacy Program (FAP) Victim Advocates (VAs):  FAP VAs provide victim advocacy, safety planning, and resources to adult and child victims of domestic violence.  

  • Deployed Resiliency Counselors (DRCs):  DRCs are clinical counselors that enjoy adventure!  DRCs deploy onboard a large Navy ship and provide clinical services while traveling the world.

  • New Parent Support (NPS) Home Visitors:  Our NPS Home Visitors provide new parent education and outreach to military families.

Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Program (SAPR) Team:
Our SAPR team consists of Sexual Assault Response Coordinators (SARCs) and SAPR Victim Advocates (VAs).  This team provides sexual assault awareness and prevention education, victim advocacy, response coordination, case management and incident data collection to active-duty personnel, adult family members and commands.

Navy Gold Star Program (NGSP): 
The Navy Gold Star Program is the Navy's official program for providing long-term survivor assistance to the surviving families of all service members who pass away while on active duty.  Our installation Navy Gold Star Coordinators provide case management, resource referrals, information on benefits, and special events to recognize and support surviving families.

Integrated Prevention Workforce (IPW):  Our IPW focuses on primary prevention.  This includes Embedded Integrated Prevention Coordinators (EIPCs) that deploy on ships to provide primary prevention and WFL/SAPR programs while deployed, and support the deployable platforms while at home.

Current Job Openings

Lead Counselor
Current Job Location: FFSC Monterey in Monterey, CA
Application Deadline: 12/31/22
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New Parent Support Home Visitor
Current Job Location: FFSC Monterey in Monterey, CA
Application Deadline: 12/31/22
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Deployed Resiliency Counselor (DRC)
Current Job Location: Naval Base San Diego in San Diego, CA
Application Deadline: Ongoing
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Deployed Resiliency Counselor (DRC)
Current Job Locaiton: Naval Base Coronado in San Diego, CA
Application Deadline: Ongoing
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Generalist Counselor/Family Advocacy Program Case Manager
Current Job Location: Naval Base San Diego in San Diego, CA
Application Deadline: Ongoing
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Clinical Counselor
Current Job Location: Naval Base San Diego in San Diego, CA
Application Deadline: Ongoing
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Child Counselor
Current Job Location: Naval Base San Diego in San Diego, CA
Application Deadline: Ongoing
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Sexual Assault Prevention & Response Victim Advocate (SAPR VA)
Current Job Location: Naval Base San Diego in San Diego, CA
Application Deadline: Ongoing
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