The US Army is looking to enlist highly qualified and motivated individuals to become Soldiers in the US Army.
We offer jobs in fields such as intelligence, health care, administrative support, law enforcement, legal, computers, and many more fields. As an active duty Soldier, you would receive medical, dental, housing, and meals provided during your enlistment. You also have access to the Thrift Savings Plan (TSP), the government version of a 401k. Other benefits include education assistance including tuition assistance and scholarship, low cost life insurance, and 30 days paid vacation earned per year while serving.
Whatever you're looking for from a career or even just a job, we can help you find that. Here are some of the military occupational specialties (MOS) you could apply for:
- 11X Infantryman - The infantry is the main land combat force and backbone of the Army. It's also the starting point for many advanced schools such as: Special Forces, Ranger School, Sniper School, and Pathfinder School.
- 68W Combat Medic Specialist - The combat medic specialist is primarily responsible for providing emergency medical treatment at point of wounding on the battlefield, limited primary care, and health protection and evacuation from a point of injury or illness.
- 31B Military Police - Military police protect the lives and property on Army installations by enforcing military laws and regulations. They also control traffic, prevent crime, and respond to all emergencies.
- 19D Cavalry Scout - The cavalry scout is responsible for being the eyes and ears of the commander during battle. They engage the enemy in the field, track and report their activity, and direct the employment of weapon systems to their locations.
- 92Y Unit Supply Specialist - The unit supply specialist is primarily responsible for supervising or performing tasks involving the general upkeep and maintenance of all Army supplies and equipment.
- 88M Motor Transportation Operator - Motor transport operators are primarily responsible for supervising or operating wheel vehicles to transport personnel and cargo. They are the backbone of the Army’s support and sustainment structure, providing advanced mobility on and off the battlefield.
- 91B Wheeled Vehicle Mechanic - The wheeled vehicle mechanic is primarily responsible for supervising and performing maintenance and recovery operations on wheeled vehicles and associated items, as well as heavy-wheeled vehicles and select armored vehicles.
- 92F Petroleum Supply Specialist - Petroleum supply specialists are primarily responsible for supervising and managing the reception, storage, and shipping of bulk or packaged petroleum-based products.
- 92G Culinary Specialist - The culinary specialist is primarily responsible for the preparation and service of food in field or garrison food service operations.
- 92A Automated Logistical Specialist - The automated logistical specialist is primarily responsible for supervising and performing management or warehouse functions in order to maintain equipment records and parts.
- US citizen or permanent resident
- 17 - 34 years of age
- Pass the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB)
- In physically good health, no major medical conditions
- No open law violations, no felonies
- High school diploma , GED, or at least 15 semester hours / 23 quarter hours 100 level or higher college classes; OR currently a senior in high school expected to graduate
Please contact us as soon as possible about your interest in becoming a Soldier and join the greatest team in America ... the ARMY TEAM!
WHY JOIN THE US ARMY?
The U.S. Army offers a you the opportunity to immediately train and work in an in-demand career field while earning a competitive salary and fringe benefits, including healthcare and money for college.
WHAT KINDS OF JOBS ARE AVAILABLE?
A common misconception about the Army is that Soldiers are trained only for combat situations, and are ill prepared for jobs in the civilian world. While it’s true that the Army prepares each and every Soldier with the tools and abilities to defend the country in times of need, it also prepares them for much more.
In fact, the U.S. Army is one of the most diverse career training institutions in the United States, with support for thousands of jobs in more than 150 career fields. Through the Army Medical Department alone, a Soldier could train to become a family doctor, a dentist, a nurse, a veterinarian, or a surgeon among a plethora of other medical specialties. Are you interested in law, computer programming, logistics, public affairs, aviation, or financial managing? The Army provides training for all of those careers and many, many more.
AFTER THE ARMY
Soldiers that have finished their service commitment in the Army will have many opportunities to further their civilian careers. The Army Partnership for Youth Success (PaYS) is a program that connects Soldiers with civilian employers who are interested in hiring individuals with military experience. Upon completion of their Army service, Soldiers participating in the PaYS program will be guaranteed a job interview with the PaYS partner company of their choice.
ARMY JOB SPECIALTIES:
- Intelligence & Combat Support
- Medical & Emergency
- Computers & Technology
- Legal & Law Enforcement
- Administrative Support
- Arts & Media
- Construction & Engineering
- Transportation & Aviation
CHOOSING A JOB
Just like a civilian college degree program, job placement in the U.S. Army is determined by how well a potential recruit has performed in school. This is determined through a standardized test called the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB).
The ASVAB tests recruits in 10 subject areas: general science, arithmetic reasoning, word knowledge, paragraph comprehension, mathematics, electronics, auto shop information practices, mechanical comprehension, and assembling objects. A recruit's performance on the test will help the Army determine which Military Occupational Specialties (MOS) he or she would be best suited to perform.
MOS placement is also determined by several other factors, including:
Current and anticipated needs of the Army
Skills and qualifications
Location/Region: Longview, WA (US)