Veterans and disabled veterans are entitled to preference over others in hiring for federal government positions. Visit the Veterans' Preference Advisor to determine your preference eligibility and the Feds Hire Vets website to identify your eligibility for appointment using special hiring authorities for veterans.
To see all vacancies, visit the USAJOBS.gov website.
- Narrow search by job category, location, and Treasury bureau
- Attach required documentation
Based on job vacancy and veteran status, include:
- DD-214: Certificate of Release or Discharge from Active Duty
- SF-15: Application for 10 Point Veteran’s Preference
- Civil Service Preference Letter (known as VA Letter)
- Treasury Veteran Employment Hotline (VEPO): (202) 927-VETS (8387)
- IRS Veteran Employment Hotline: (202) 317-3505
- Treasury VEPO E-mail: email@example.com
- IRS VEPO E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Non-Paid Internship Opportunities
The Department of the Treasury has non-paid internship opportunities to wounded warriors and veterans through the Operation Warfighter (OWF) and Non-Paid Work Experience (NPWE) programs.
- Operation Warfighter Information
- Department of Veterans Affairs, Vocational Rehabilitation & Employment Service
Leadership Education and Development (LEAD) Program
Eligible veterans can pursue the U.S. Office of Personnel Management’s (OPM) LEAD Certificate using their Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) educational benefits. The LEAD curriculum can help develop and enhance the critical leadership skills needed for current federal employees to contribute to the accomplishment of their organization’s mission and transition veterans from a military career to the civilian workplace. For more information, view the short YouTube video LEAD GI Bill or OPM’s LEAD Certificate Program – News for Veterans webinar.
Reduced Fare Program for People with Disabilities
Veterans who have been granted a 60% or greater disability rating by the VA qualify for the Reduced Fare Program for People with Disabilities (Metro Disability ID/SmarTrip® card). For more information, application details, and discounted rates, visit the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority. Veterans outside the Washington Metropolitan Area, visit your local transit authority websites for veteran benefits.
OPM & University of Maryland University College (UMUC) Alliance
On April 17, 2014, OPM announced an alliance with the UMUC to increase federal employees’ access to high quality, affordable education resources, to close skills gaps, and to make federal employment attractive to our nation’s top talent. UMUC offers a 25 percent discount on out-of-state tuition rates on courses, certificates, and degree programs, to all current federal employees, their spouses, and legal dependents.
Veterans Employee Resource Group
Treasury has a Veterans Employee Resources Group.
By law (Title 5 USC, Section 2108), many veterans with and without disabilities are entitled to preference over others in hiring from competitive lists of eligible applicants, and may be considered for special noncompetitive appointments for which they are eligible. If you are not sure of your preference eligibility, visit the Department of Labor's Veterans' Preference Advisor.
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) - Know your Rights Returning Service Members with Disabilities
Like all Treasury employees, Treasury veterans with a disability, as defined by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), can request an accommodation.