The U.S. Army integrates the talents and skills of its military and civilian members to form a total Army by providing a diverse workplace with opportunities for growth and development where people are respected and valued. Those wanting to work with the Command have numerous options...
The first step in becoming an officer with the U.S. Army Medical Research and Development Command is to talk with an Army Health Care Recruiter who will answer questions about the application process, help you understand the responsibilities and privileges of an Officer, and impart, from personal and professional experience, important information about the Army way of life. Once your recruiter has met with you and determined your eligibility, you will be interviewed and your application will be reviewed by a board who will determine if you will be offered a position.
Contact the Army recruiting office nearest you for more information on available enlisted careers.
To learn more about careers in Army Health Care, go to the "Go Army" Web Site.
Government Civilian job opportunities are posted primarily on two Web sites:
- The Army's career Web site, Army Civilian Service, lists vacancy announcements
- The Office of Personnel Management's employment listings are available on the USA Jobs web site