Since 1776, the U.S. Army has relied on civilians to fill crucial roles that are essential to mission success. From the battlefield to the office, the Army strives to work with those that are ready to be challenged and empowered within their career, be a contributing member to one of the largest teams in the world and embrace the opportunity to serve their country. 

At the U.S. Army Financial Management Command, we are looking for outstanding candidates to join our team and support the mission.


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The Department of the Army is the second largest federal employer with jobs in every single state. This allows for many civilian career paths that permit you to choose the best work-life balance for you.

A career in the federal government offers the opportunity to grow both personally and professionally with training on several levels.

Throughout your career as a federal employee you will be able to develop and hone your professional and leadership skills through seminars, conferences and on-the-job training.


  • The Federal Health Insurance Program is a nationally recognized model that offers choice and flexibility with substantial employer contribution to premiums.
  • Leave policy provides ample time off to take care of your personal, recreational or health care needs.
  • Federal agencies offer a wide range of options for your work/life balance such as flexible work schedules, teleworking, retirement savings plans and employee assistance programs. 


USAFMCOM civilians provide financial support and liaison to numerous commands within the Army. Our goal is to resource America's Army through sound financial management and comptrollership, from budget formulation to auditable financial statements. Here's a quick glance at the various ways you can serve Soldiers at USAFMCOM:

Army Financial Services

AFS oversees enterprise-wide finance support to expeditionary and garrison finance and comptroller organizations, sustains electronic commerce and banking capabilities, provides technical training and evaluation of financial management units, and provides oversight and support to Army classified finance and accounting operations. The directorate also maintains oversight of the Army’s disbursing and entitling operations, as well as manages the Army network of civilian pay customer service representatives, Improper Payments Elimination and Recovery Program, and Army Mass Transportation Benefits Program. Additionally, AFS serves as the lead activity on all external and Army-wide finance operational audits.

Audit Response Center

ARC executes and implements financed and comptroller audit policies, providing oversight and evaluation of enterprise compliance preparedness for audit-of-business processes through discovery, testing and training. By doing so, ARC helps the Army navigate the annual financial statement audit through operational initiatives aimed at planning, preparing and reporting.

Business Process Modernization

BPM’s role is to provide end-to-end standardized process maps and documentation, field implementation support, and conduct compliance validation for the Army’s business processes that have a financial impact. BPM drives continuous process improvement by leveraging the Army’s E2E business process standards to address external findings and identify process deficiencies as well as maximize Army time, resources and manpower for readiness, reform and modernization.

Systems Support Operations

SSO’s mission is to provide headquarters-level finance and comptroller domain systems support, user support and governance of the Army’s modernized and deployed FC domain ERP systems. This ensures technological capabilities, maturation and evolution align with Army and FC domain objectives. This mission is carried out by providing Tier 2 help desk support for both the General Funds Enterprise Business System, GFEBS, and the Global Combat Support System-Army, GCSS-A, facilitating governance over FM requirements impacting GFEBS, and shepherding functional improvements through the system development and deployment process in conjunction with the GFEBS and GSCC-A Project Management Offices.

Military Pay Operations

Military Pay Operations performs the installation level military support for the Army across the United States and Japan. The MPO headquarters in Indianapolis manages 35 Army Military Pay Offices, formerly known as Defense Military Pay Offices, and 14 satellite offices at 49 locations. The AMPOs perform the full range of military pay services to include in and out-processing, input of transactions generated by orders and forms from Army units and activities, and separations.

Contributing at USAFMCOM is a strong option for a successful career for those motivated by challenge and looking to develop their skills. If you're ready to embrace the opportunity, join USAFMCOM today!

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