Now Hiring! Career opportunities available at Misawa BX

Now Hiring! Career opportunities available at Misawa BX

by Satsuki Iwasawa
Army & Air Force Exchange Service Public Affairs

MISAWA AB – The Exchange is where heroes work, and the Misawa Exchange is looking to expand its ranks at the main store, Dunkin Donuts in the food court and Anthony’s Pizza.

“The BX offers training, competitive pay and great benefits, as well as a rewarding atmosphere,” said Misawa Exchange General Manager Michickia Carter. “The Exchange is family serving family, and we are looking forward to growing that family with those who have a passion for serving Airmen and the Misawa community.”

Benefits for regular full-time and part-time Exchange associates include paid vacation and sick leave. Additionally, the Exchange’s associate transfer program helps military spouses retain employment during PCS’s, allowing them to keep their benefits and build toward retirement.

The team’s deep passion for serving sets the Exchange apart. Associates share a special bond with service members—85% have a military connection. They have served in the Armed Forces or are the parent, spouse or extended family member of someone who is wearing or has worn the country’s uniform. 

At the Exchange, 45% of the U.S. workforce is made up of Veterans, military spouses or dependents, and the Exchange is closing in on its goal of hiring 50,000 Veterans and military spouses. 

Anyone interested in an exciting career with the Exchange can visit or contact the Misawa Exchange Human Resources office at 226-4407 to find out more.

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