US Army Corps of Engineers
Baltimore District Website

Regulatory Careers with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Baltimore District

The Corps of Engineers offers a work environment that promotes diversity, embraces change and innovation, and provides leadership opportunities to every team member. Baltimore District’s Regulatory Branch is on a fast track to hire highly qualified candidates and is seeking motivated recent graduates to join the team in downtown Baltimore. If you are looking for new challenges, meaningful work, and are passionate about public service and aquatic resource management, consider a career in Regulatory.

Civilian Occupations in Army Corps Regulatory Program

A sampling includes Biologists, Environmental Engineers, Archaeologists, Administrative Assistants, Program Managers and occupations in the physical science fields.

Benefits of Working for the Corps

Competitive annual salaries with cost of living increases, promotional opportunities, vacation and sick leave, health and life insurance, retirement plans, 401K with up to 5 percent matching, 10 paid federal holidays, flexible hours, telework capabilities and more.

Methods of Hiring

  • Send Resume directly to our Regulatory Branch

If you would like to be contacted when a job announcement is coming, please submit your resume to our branch email address -

  • Applying using USAJOBS
    • Click on "Search for Jobs" to search by specific Vacancy Announcement Number, Agency, job category, or geographical location.
    • Click on "Create Resume" to enter and maintain your resume data, or you may upload a resume and associated requested documents.

You must have a current resume in the USAJOBS database before you can apply for a position. 

  • Direct Hire Authority (DHA)

DHA is an appointing (hiring) authority that the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) can give to Federal agencies for filling vacancies when a critical hiring need or severe shortage of candidates exists. Please view the DHA fact sheet

  • Pathways and Recent Grads Program

Baltimore District participates in the Pathways Program (click to view more info) and offers Federal internship and employment opportunities for current students and recent graduates. There are three different paths available – Internships, Recent Graduates and Presidential Management Fellows Program.