Show Pride for Your Country By Serving in the US Army
US Army is recruiting Connecticut residents for part-time and full-time positions. As an active-duty soldier, you’ll have access to the US Army for jobs in science, intelligence, combat, aviation, engineering, law and more. If you’re looking for the opportunity to travel and want to find pride in what you do, serving your country is a great way to do so. The US Army also offers paid job training in your career field of choice.
Full-time Positions Available:
- Air and Missile Defense Crewmember - As a member of the Army’s air defense artillery team, you’ll have the important task of operating and maintaining three of the Army’s surface-to-air advanced weapons systems, which provide vital mobile, short-range air defense protection against cruise missiles and other threats.
- Human Intelligence Collector - Collect intelligence about an adversary’s intentions, strengths, vulnerabilities and capabilities. This position shares this critical information to help Army leaders better understand the enemy.
- Signals Intelligence Voice Interceptor - Responsible for identifying, categorizing, translating, and summarizing foreign language communications from an assigned geographic area.
- Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear Specialist - Protect the country against the threat of CBRN weapons of mass destruction. Decontaminate hazardous material spills or accidents.
Part-time Positions Available:
- Nodal Network Systems Operator-Maintainer - Part of the telecommunications team
- Geospatial Intelligence Imagery Analyst- Analyzes visual data to provide Army leadership with critical information about enemy forces, potential battle areas, and mission support.
- Horizontal Construction Engineer - Operate heavy construction equipment like bulldozers, tractors, backhoes, cranes, excavators, and road graders to help pave the way for fellow Soldiers and to make room for construction projects.
- Geospatial Engineer - Provide invaluable visualization of the land and battlefield in advance of sending troops into unfamiliar terrain.
- Automated Logistical Specialist - Perform maintenance management and warehouse functions in order to maintain equipment records.
- Medical Laboratory Specialist - Responsible for caring for and aiding in the diagnosis and treatment of the Soldiers.
If you are unsure what position might be a good fit for you, the US Army also offers a quiz to help better gauge what might interest you. Don’t wait to make a difference in your country, get started by taking the quiz today by visiting the Army Career Match website.
If you do end up applying for a position and it doesn’t directly fit with your experience, you may qualify for other jobs available. The US Army will help you find a stable job serving your country.