Military Occupational Specialties (MOS)- Jobs for Officers only

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Looking for jobs in the US Army? Military Occupational Specialties (MOS) is the US Army's term for the various jobs available to those that enlist. Take a look at the job listing below and see if any of these jobs are of interest to you.
Click on the name of the job specialty to see additional details about that MOS and requirements to do the various jobs.

Specialty CMF Branch Major Duties
Air Defense Artillery Officer 14O Air Defense Artillery

The role of an Air Defense Artillery Officer is to be a leader in operations specific to the Air Defense Artillery Branch and to be an expert in the tactics, techniques and procedures for the employment of air defense systems. You will lead teams in protecting U.S. forces from aerial attack, missile attack and enemy surveillance.

Armor Officer 19O Armor

The role of an Armor Officer is to be a leader in operations specific to the Armor Branch and to lead others in many areas of combat operations. As an Armor Officer, you may either work with tank units that utilize the M1A1 and M1A2 Abrams Tanks, or cavalry units responsible for forward reconnaissance operations.

Aviation Officer 15O Aviation

An Officer within the Aviation Branch is first an expert aviator, but is also responsible for the coordination of Aviation operations from maintenance to control tower operations to tactical field missions. All Aviation Officers lead Soldiers and Aviation units and work with the following Army helicopters; OH-58 Kiowa, UH-60 Black Hawk, CH-47 Chinook, and AH-64 Apache.

Chaplain 56O Adjutant General's Corps

As an Army chaplain you will have the responsibility of caring for the spiritual well-being of Soldiers and their Families. An Army chaplain's flock can consist of over 1,500 people. For this reason, the Army chaplain is crucial to the success of the Army's mission. Providing spiritual leadership for the Army Family requires a special person with a unique calling.

Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) Officer 74O Chemical Corps

CBRN Officers command or serve as a Platoon Leader of a Chemical unit while employing the state-of-the-art CBRN defense systems. In a command and staff role the CBRN Officer, plans, coordinates, and directs CBRN operations and training within a command or activity to include CBRN vulnerability assessment; multi-spectral obscuration; sensitive site exploitation and assessment; CBRN reconnaissance; CBRN decontamination; CBRN force protection; and combating WMD, which includes nonproliferation, counter proliferation, and consequence management.

Civil Affairs Officer 38O Civil Affairs

Civil Affairs Officers are experts in acting as a liaison between the Army and civilian authorities and populations. Civil Affairs Officers many times must facilitate relationships between U.S. military forces and the people of the nation(s) in which those forces are operating.

Clinical Psychologist 73BO Medical Service Corps

As a clinical psychologist in the Army, you will promote effective mental health in our collaborative health care environment. As a clinical psychologist and an Officer on the U.S. Army Health Care Team, you'll have the opportunity to work with soldiers and their families - in a variety of settings.

Dental Corps Officer 63O Medical Service Corps

A Dental Corps officer is responsible for providing health care to soldiers, their families and others eligible to receive this care in the military community. During combat, the Dental Corps Officer assists in the emergency medical management of casualties; identifies casualties through dental records and makes sure Soldiers are combat ready when it comes to their health.

Engineer Officer 12O Corps of Engineers

An Officer in the Army Corps of Engineers is responsible for providing support in full spectrum of engineer duties. Engineer Officers help the Army in building structures, developing civil works program, working with natural resources as well as providing combat support on the battlefield.

Field Artillery Officer 13O Field Artillery

A Field Artillery Officer is to be a leader in operations specific to the Field Artillery Branch and to be an expert in the tactics, techniques and procedures for suppressing the enemy by cannon, rocket and missile fire and to help integrate all fire support assets into combined arms operations.

Field Artillery Targeting Technician 131A Field Artillery

The Field Artillery Targeting Technician is a warrant officer position which provides information to a commander and his staff about all aspects of the Army's targeting methodologies and equipment. This officer may also be involve in the planning and execution of operations as well as coordinating those operations across units.

Flight Surgeon 61NO Medical Service Corps

A Flight Surgeon serves as the liaison between the medical and aviation commands, and has both clinical and non-clinical duties. The clinical duties involve providing primary medical care to all aviation and support personnel, as well as reviewing medical care provided by others and reviewing its impact on the flight status upon an individual, and performing aeromedical and in-flight evaluations. The non-clinical duties involve providing 24-hour on call service, establishing procedures for grounding of crewmen, monitoring the physical and mental health of all aviation personnel, and participate in Flying Evaluation Board (FEB) to determine if personnel are able to perform aviation duties.

Human Resources Officer 42BO Adjutant General's Corps

As an Adjutant General Officer, you will be responsible for providing personnel support that affect Soldiers’ overall welfare and well being, while assisting commanders by accounting for and keeping Soldiers combat-ready.

Infantry Officer 11O Infantry

An Infantry Officer is to be a leader in operations specific to the Infantry and to lead others in all areas of land combat.

Information Operations Officer 30AO Functional Area

The Information Operations Officer is responsible for coordinating, planning and integrating both offensive and defensive Information Operations to gain information superiority in support of the commander's operational concept. Information Operations is integral to every phase of Army and joint planning and operations by linking operational security, psychological operations, deception, electronic warfare, and physical destruction with civil and public affairs capabilities.

Jag Corps Attorney 27O Adjutant General's Corps

As an Officer in the JAGC and a practicing attorney, your responsibilities will cover everything affecting military operations, focusing on the following areas: criminal law, legal assistance, civil and administrative law, labor and employment law, international and operational law, and contract and fiscal law.

Logistics Officer 90AO Functional Area

A Logistics Officer keeps a unit moving. They are responsible for planning, developing, and directing the logistical operations of a unit. This position also requires the officer to have experience in integrating the functions of supply, transportation, maintenance, aviation logistics, and medical service into a cohesive unit.

Medical Corps Officer 62O Medical Service Corps

As a Medical Service Corps officer, you will be responsible for providing health care to soldiers, their families and others eligible to receive this care in the military community. During combat, the Medical Corps Officer oversees the emergency medical management of casualties and makes sure Soldiers are combat ready when it comes to their overall health.

Medical Operations Officer 70H Medical Service Corps

A Medical Operations Officer plans and directs the activities of personnel and units responsible for inventory management of all Class VIII medical supplies. The Medical Operations Officer also directs and exercises staff supervision of units engaged in production, acquisition, storage, and distribution of medical equipment, repair parts, and supplies. The Medical Operations Officer also serves as an advisor to commanders and their staffs on the subject of supporting Health Services operations.

Medical Service Corps Officer 67O Medical Service Corps

Medical Service Corps Officers are essential in treating and helping the overall health of Soldiers and their families. They are also responsible for much of the medical research that takes place in the Army.

Medical Specialist Corps Officer 65O Medical Service Corps

Medical Specialist Corps Officers are essential in treating and helping the overall health of Soldiers and their families. From medical fields such as occupational therapy and physical therapy to dietician and physician assistant, the Army Medical Specialist Corps includes four areas of specialty:

Military Intelligence Officer 35O Military Intelligence

Military Intelligence Officers are always out front, providing essential intelligence and in many cases saving Soldiers who are fighting on the front lines.

Military Intelligence Officers also assess risks associated with friendly and enemy courses of action and act to counter or neutralize identified intelligence threats. The MI Officer also uses intelligence systems and data to reduce uncertainty of enemy, terrain and weather conditions for a commander.

Military Police Officer 31O Military Police Corps

As a Military Police Officer you will be charged with leading soldiers in the execution of offensive operations, defensive operations, stability operations, and civil support operations.

Nurse Corps Officer 66O Medical Service Corps

s an Officer in the Army Nurse Corps, you will lead a nursing team in caring for Soldiers and their families. You will be responsible for and address all aspects of patient care, including initiating and coordinating multidisciplinary care. You'll also identify and organize resources for patients and their families to help with inpatient, outpatient and home care.

Ordnance Officer 91O Ordnance Corps

Ordnance Officers are responsible for ensuring that all weapons systems, vehicles, and equipment are ready and available--and in perfect working order--at all times. An Ordnance Officer will also manage the developing, testing, fielding, handling, storage and disposal of munitions.

Quartermaster Officer 92O Quartermaster Corps

Quartermaster Officers are responsible for making sure equipment, materials and systems are available and functioning for soldiers and their mission.

Senior Human Resources Officer 42HO Adjutant General's Corps

The duties of a Senior Human Resources Officer are much the same as the duties of a Human Resources Officer, but MOS 42HO is for officers of the rank Major or above.

Signal Officer 25O Signal Corps

A Signal Corps Officer, then, must be an expert in planning, installing, integrating, operating and maintaining the Army's voice, data and information systems, services and resources. Signal Officers must be highly intelligent, forward-thinking and have a complete knowledge of these various technologies.

Simulations Operations Officer 57AO Functional Area

Simulations Operations Officers are tasked with planning and employing simulations systems in support of training, and combat rehearsal. They may also be responsible for developing doctrine and equipment for the FA57 operations, developing and operating the simulation technology, and assist with simulation systems development.

Special Forces Officer 18O Special Forces

A Special Forces Officer is responsible for what is typically organized as a 12-man team, known as an Operational Detachment Alpha (ODA).

ODAs are deployed around the world in rapid-response situations whether it's during peacetime, crisis or war. The Special Forces Officer is the team leader of an ODA, responsible for mission organization, outfitting the team and debriefing mission objectives.

Systems Automation Management Officer 53AO Functional Area

A Systems Automation Management Officer supervises information processing units as well as the installation and activities of those units. They also advise a commander and his staff on effective automation policy and implementation. In addition, they also formulate procedures for contingency operation during system emergencies, outages, or maintenance downtime.

Transportation Officer 88O Transportation Corps

Transportation Officers are responsible for moving supplies, troops and equipment anywhere on the globe. During war, the Transportation personnel utilizes trucks, boats and airplanes to provide extremely fast support to the combat teams on the front lines.

Veterinary Corps Officer 64O Veterinary Corps

Veterinary Corps officers are responsible for treating government-owned animals and the valued pets of service members and their families. Army Veterinary Corps Officers are also responsible for programs ensuring the safety and security of Department of Defense food supplies, both here and abroad.