To defend the nation and its interests by providing expeditionary land forces wherever and whenever they are required. The Army's strategic function is to provide trained and ready forces to support the combatant commanders.
The Army is one of the three military departments that reports to the Department of Defense. It is divided into two distinct components: the active component and the reserve component, comprised of the U.S. Army Reserve and the Army National Guard. A sample of Army’s offices are listed below, but be sure to check out their organizational structure to learn more about all offices and subcomponents.
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To search for jobs at the Department of the Army, use the new Advanced Search feature on USAJOBS. First, select Department of Defense—Department of the Army under the "Department and Agency" additional search option, then refine your search by selecting each office that most interests you. From there, you can further refine your search by pay grade, location, occupation or type of work. This will allow you to find positions you are interested in and qualified for within Army.
The Best Places to Work rankings measure employee satisfaction and commitment and draws on responses from nearly 376,000 federal employees across 371 federal agencies and subcomponents. In the 2013 edition, the Department of the Army ranked 11th out of 19 large agencies for Effective Leadership: Empowerment.Learn more