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Department of the Treasury

The Department of the Treasury’s mission is to maintain a strong economy and create economic and job opportunities by promoting the conditions that enable economic growth and stability at home and abroad, strengthen national security by combating threats and protecting the integrity of the financial system, and manage the U.S. Government’s finances and resources effectively.

Throughout the Treasury and its bureaus, our employees work in more than 250 types of jobs. Although Treasury employees can include accountants, economists, revenue agents, and financial analysts, there are a host of other professional and exciting job opportunities.

Some exciting job opportunities throughout the bureaus may include:  Chemists, who modify the Bureau of Engraving and Printing’s currency and document production processes. Information technology specialists develop electronic solutions for data processed by the Bureau of Fiscal Service. Criminal investigators at the Office of Inspector General prevent and detect fraud and abuse. Marketing specialists promote commemorative coins for the United States Mint.

The Department of the Treasury is organized into two major components:

  • Departmental Offices are primarily responsible for the Treasury’s formulation of policy and overall management.
  • Treasury Bureaus make up 98% of the Treasury work force and are responsible for carrying out specific operations assigned to Treasury.

To learn more about opportunities at Treasury, visit Careers at Treasury.

Treasury’s Veterans Employment Program Office (VEPO) is committed to providing you with the best service possible during your job search. The VEPO is available to answer your veteran employment-related questions and provide you with tools to navigate the Federal application process such as the Military Skills Translator and information on special hiring authorities, eligibility requirements, Veterans Preferences, etc. The VEPO also provides Tips for Building an Effective Resume and how to identify the required documentation and forms.

 

Recruiting for:

  • 0510 Accountants
  • 0905 Attorneys
  • 0930 Appeals Officer
  • 0511 Auditor
  • 0560 Budget Analysts
  • 0962 Customer Service/Contact Representative
  • 1102 Contract Specialist
  • 0110 Economists/International Economists
  • 0801Engineer
  • 0260 Equal Employment Opportunity Specialists
  • 1160 Financial Analysts
  • 0570 Financial Institution Examiner
  • 0501 Financial Administrator
  • 0306 Government Information Specialist
  • 0201 Human Resources Specialist
  • 2210 Information Technology Specialists
  • 0132 Intelligence Specialists
  • 0343 Management Analyst and Program Analyst
  • 0083 Police Officer
  • 0340 Program Manager
  • 0512 Revenue Agent
  • 1169 Revenue Officer
  • 1811 Special Agent
  • 0592 Tax Examiner
  • 0987 Tax Law Specialist
  • 0526 Tax Specialist