Welcome to the U.S. Army Public Health Command’s (USAPHC) Career Opportunities.
USAPHC is responsible for providing worldwide public health and medical support to the Army. USAPHC has unique career development opportunities not available within the public sector. We offer a wide range of jobs in public health that work in current event issues that you may see reported in the news networks and publications. Some of these positions include, but are not limited to, epidemiologists, physical scientists, biologists, health physicists, chemists, engineers, toxicologists, industrial hygienists, microbiologists, public health educators, occupational health nurses, physicians, psychologists, behavioral health specialists and veterinarians. We also have technicians (physical and engineering) and a full complement of support positions such as human resource specialists, budget specialist, computer specialists, security positions, etc.
Our employees enjoy a flexible environment that promotes personal career growth and exploration. USAPHC is committed to anticipating, preparing, and shaping our tomorrow while responding to the challenges of today. Explore a career with the USAPHC and enjoy all of the great rewards of being a government employee. Rewards include meaningful, challenging work, flexible work schedules, career development opportunities, travel, job training, comprehensive health benefits, and generous vacation and leave benefits.
Current job opportunities command-wide (CONUS and OCONUS) are listed below. If you are interested in viewing the full text announcement, please follow these instructions:
-Select the link in the “Job Details” column
-Highlight, copy the job announcement number and paste the number in the “Keyword Search” field at the top of the page
-Select the “Applicant Eligibility” at the bottom of the page with either a “No” or a “Yes”. Carefully read the information under “Applicant Eligibility” or click on the page to determine your status.
You can view the job announcement, create a resume, and apply on-line to positions. You must have a resume on file in order to apply for a job. Once your resume is on file, you can easily nominate yourself for vacancies by clicking on the self-nomination button from the job announcement. You may update your resume at anytime; however, only the latest resume is active.
Army’s web page for job announcements is https://acpol.army.mil/employment
The Office of Personnel Management web site for job announcements is http://www.usajobs.gov
Please contact the G-1 if you have any questions at 410-436-2590.