Service members in military finance jobs are involved with managing budgets and payroll, and other related financial matters for the Services.

There are 3 military careers in this industry

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Military Accountants and Auditors

Accountants and auditors record and manage military financial records subject to audit. They also advise leaders on financial and accounting matters.

  • Average Salary:$80,020
  • Most Common Education: Not available

Military Financial Managers

Financial managers direct and coordinate financial management functions and serve as advisors to leadership in all matters pertaining to programming/budgeting, finance and accounting, and cost analysis. They perform managerial operations, including the establishment of performance standards and priorities for personnel, and security requirements for safeguarding assets. They are responsible for the management of financial operations and for providing advice on the effective use and redistribution of resources within fund limitations.

  • Average Salary:$102,055
  • Most Common Education: Bachelor's degree

Military Investigations Specialists

Investigations specialists are primarily responsible for investigating any criminal allegations and offenses that threaten the safety of military personnel, property, resources, or facilities. Specialties may include narcotics, economic crimes, cyber crimes, armed robbery, and death, among others.

  • Average Salary:$93,555
  • Most Common Education: Bachelor's degree