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What is world class?

image of people standing in a groupWhat do you think of when you think of world class? An expensive, luxury automobile? A fine wine? An athlete’s record-breaking accomplishment? An organization in the Federal Government? No? Perhaps we can change your mind…

A career with the Department of the Treasury means working everyday for an organization that helps people and ensures the legacy of the world’s most open trade regime. Treasury employees are dedicated to the preservation of the economy and curtailing illegal activities. We do not shy away from challenges – in fact, we welcome them because it keeps us on our toes and it makes our jobs more interesting.

With the dramatic expansion of trade in recent decades, the world economy is more connected than ever before. Successfully managing our economy is as important to the rest of the world as their success is to us. As the Chief Financial Officer of the Federal Government, the Secretary of the Treasury manages a diverse team of over 100,000 employees by promoting values that enrich our work environment and foster our pride in the work that we do. These values are what set us apart and truly make us world class.

Benefits of working for the Federal Government


There are many good reasons to work for the Federal Government.
  • Challenging work, opportunities for advancement, good pay, bonuses and incentive awards;
  • An excellent benefits package, including health and life insurance, annual and sick leave that can be transferred between government agencies, eleven paid holidays a year;
  • Employee Assistance Programs;
  • A generous 401(k)-type plan.
Treasury employees may receive additional benefits, such as flexible work schedules, health and fitness clubs memberships, emergency childcare, and tuition assistance, just to name a few.

Employment Opportunities at Treasury


Learn more about exciting career opportunities in Washington, DC, across the United States, or around the world by visiting the Treasury Bureau HR Offices' web sites. All jobs open to the public are announced on Office of Personnel Management's USAJOBS. You are encouraged to register for email notifications under USAJOBS. Where appropriate, you can use the Department's automated recruitment system, CareerConnector, to apply online. CareerConnector will be deployed at the Treasury Bureaus in a phased implementation and at certain former Treasury bureaus (the Secret Service and Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms).

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CareerConnector


Use CareerConnector, the Department’s automated recruitment system, to search for jobs and apply online. Register in CareerConnector to be notified by email of new job postings throughout the Department of the Treasury. For more information about the federal hiring process and tips on using CareerConnector, view the General Information page before getting started.

 
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