TRAC depends on and seeks individuals with strong intellect, science and engineering
credentials, initiative and personal courage, and the potential to lead others in challenging
pursuits. TRAC values diversity in its workforce culture and thinking, and is an equal opportunity
Federal employer. If you qualify, TRAC will offer you a competitive package of salary, benefits,
and bonus as well as a rewarding job. As a TRAC employee, you will enjoy many career development
opportunities, to include graduate school, overseas postings, job training, and special
assignments. With TRAC, you design your own professional career.
Professional Career Programs.
Our Army places the highest priority on its people, and is unmatched as an institution in its
commitment to the professional development of human resources, military and civilian. Specific
programs exist to manage and foster the careers of individuals in the field of operations
analysis. TRAC has an active role in managing these programs. For Army civilians, there is
Career Program 36 (CP36) Analysis, Modeling and Simulation. For Army officers, there is
Functional Area 49, Operations Research/Systems Analysis Program.
TRAC has a wide variety of civilian positions in the Civil Service grades of GS-4 through
GS-15 and Senior Executive Service (SES). Those career positions for which we are currently
seeking applicants are listed at Current Job Openings.
In addition, TRAC operates a part-time and summer intern program for students enrolled in college
(Student Intern Program), as well as a full-time
apprenticeship program for those who have their undergraduate degrees
(Department of the Army Intern Program).
TRAC has numerous positions for officers in the grades of Captain through Colonel.
For information about potential assignment opportunities with TRAC, contact the
TRAC Adjutant or the
FA49 Proponency Office