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Apply your skills and training to a rewarding career at U.S Bank. U.S. Bank is committed to supporting veterans, and that commitment starts with our leaders.


"Having recently retired as a colonel from the U.S. Air Force reserves, I have a keen view into just how special the outstanding support, advocacy and care U.S. Bank provides in supporting our military members. The dedication and support U.S. Bank provides to its employees supports the individual service member and her/his family as well as honors the service of our military veteran employees. As a reserve officer for more than 15 years and having worked at other financial service firms, U.S. Bank is truly unique and stands out among its peers." Michael Ott, president, The Private Client Reserve


Common U.S. Bank jobs for enlisted and officer service members:




  •  Account Processor
  •  Account Specialist
  •  Administrative Assistant
  •  Business Operations Analyst
  •  Collector
  •  Communications Rep
  •  Compliance Rep
  •  Credit Assistant
  •  Customer Service Rep.
  •  Executive Assistant
  •  Financial Analyst
  •  General Clerk
  •  Instructional Designer
  •  Loan Documentation Specialist
  •  Machine Operator
  •  Marketing Assistant
  •  Quality Analyst
  •  Quality Control Specialist
  •  Risk Analyst
  •  Transaction Processor
  •  Work Coordinator




  • Account Sales Rep
  • Accountant
  • Accounting Manager
  • Auditor
  • Communications Rep
  • Compliance Manager
  • Credit Analyst
  • Customer Service Manager
  • Financial Advisor
  • Financial Analyst
  • Industrial Engineer
  • Instructional Designer
  • Investigative Analyst
  • Market Research Analyst
  • Marketing Generalist
  • Operations Manager
  • Performance Consultant
  • Process Integration Analyst
  • Product Manager
  • Project Manager
  • Proposal Writer
  • Relationship Manager
  • Risk Manager
  • Sales Manager
  • Trainer



Not sure how to write a resume with your military experience? Check out these samples:


Enlisted Sample Resume


Jane A. Roberts

PO Box 1234 · Ashville, NC 00801

478-555-5555 (cell)


Four years' experience in electronics, specializing in avionic instrument and flight control systems and equipment evaluation, troubleshooting, repair, maintenance and training.

Knowledgeable of electronic, gyro, synchronal and mechanical principles, theory and application, the factors involved in radio and radar transmission and reception and digital computer logic.

Skillful using and interpreting testing and measuring devices, applying electronic principles and the application of maintenance practices.

Achieved 98% sign-off for upgrade to Avionics Systems Level 7.


F-15 Avionic Instrument and Flight Control Systems Journeyman, US AIR FORCE, Elgin AFB, FL 01/2003 – Present

Inspect, troubleshoot and test F-15 integrated avionics systems to isolate and repair malfunctions.


  •  Operate integrated avionics systems to determine     operational condition and interpret equipment             operation to isolate attack control, instrument,
    flight control, communications, navigation and      penetration aids systems problems.
  •  Interpret inspection findings, determine corrective action adequacy, recommend methods to improve equipment performance and maintenance procedures and maintain inspection and maintenance records.
  •  Adjust and replace defective and improperly functioning circuitry and electronic components.
  • Assisted with pre-tests of 21 aircraft in support of the Electronic Warfare Assessment Program repairing 130 pilot reported deficiencies and enabling 249 training flights for a mission capability rate of 89%.
  • Recognized on several occasions for superb troubleshooting of aircraft avionics and weapons systems and for performing swift and accurate repairs of discrepant systems placing aircraft back into service in record time.

F-15 Avionic Instrument and Flight Control Systems Apprentice, US AIR FORCE, Elgin AFB, FL 05/2001 – 01/2003

Participated in hands-on training to perform inspection, troubleshooting and repair of F-15 integrated avionics systems.


  • Assisted in the performance of operational checks of avionics equipment and systems, monitor system performance and received instruction and guidance while performing appropriate modifications.
  • Participated in the removal, installation and alignment of integrated avionics system components to perform scheduled maintenance or detect and correct malfunctions.
  • Personally selected for deployment to Nellis Air Force Base NV in support of Fighter Weapons Instructor Course, responded to and resolved several aircraft problems ensuring successful training exercises.
  • Assisted with Aircraft Structural Integrity Program study monitoring system integrity, inventory and program status for six aircraft achievement of aircraft structural integrity requirements.



Bachelor of Science in Aerospace Management, University of Maryland


Electronic Principals Course, F-15 Avionic Instrument and Flight Control Systems Apprentice Course and Integrated Avionic System Maintenance Course



National Defense Service Medal, Air Force Training Ribbon, Specialist of the Quarter Award and (2) Sharp Troop of the Month Awards

Officer Sample Resume


John M. Doe

1 Main Street

Hinesville, GA 88888

Home: 912-555-5555; Cell: 912-555-6666; Work: 912-777-7777



BS, Systems Engineering. United States Military Academy at West Point, 2002, GPA: 3.1

Lettered in Lightweight Football, selected to serve as a cadet counselor, and competed on the West Point Martial Arts Team.



Captain, Special Forces, United States Army

Special Forces Detachment Commander

FT Campbell, KY

September 2004- Present

Responsible for the command, control, training, administration, operations, logistics, and combat readiness of a 12-man Special Forces detachment. Responsible for training, advising, and assisting an up to battalion-sized indigenous or coalition force in all operations. Maintained and accounted for $1.75 million in weapons and equipment without loss.


  • Supervised the maintenance, security, and operation of a 4.4 square kilometer compound with a 60-person indigenous staff and a $412,000 operational budget; trusted to operate independently at a remote location in Iraq.
  • Rated as top Captain in my company and in the top 5% of my Special Forces battalion; earned two Bronze Star medals for my achievements.
  • Supervised the tracking of over 130 insurgent leaders and networks, developed 58 target packets to interdict higher-level terrorist leaders, and collected intelligence on a 350 square kilometer area.

Special Forces Battalion S-4

FT Campbell, KY

February 2004-August 2004

Senior logistical officer in the battalion; responsible for planning, coordinating, and execution of supply services, maintenance, transportation, and budget matters for a 386-man Special Forces battalion. Supervised over $1.8 million in annual funds to support garrison operations and tactical deployments. Supervised the financial assets of the battalion during deployment to combat in Operation Iraqi Freedom II.

  • Secured over $1 million of force protection funds to improve the security of vulnerable out stations.
  • Managed 20 paying agents with accounts in excess of $1.2 million and personally oversaw the expenditure of $310,000 in operational funds.
  • Managed $500,000 in funds for battalion's base construction project.

Special Forces Qualification Course

FT Bragg, NC

February 2002- January 2004

Learned and practiced planning and leading Special Forces missions across the operational spectrum. The course stressed detailed planning for long-term operations in denied territory and comprehensive contingency preparations.

  • Selected for the Commandant's list in Special Operations Language Course for my performance and scores in the Arabic curriculum.
  • Successfully completed the Survival Evasion Resistance Escape Course that trained personnel how to avoid or survive enemy capture.
  • Completed the Army Combined Arms Command and Staff School that trained personnel on briefing senior commanders, analytical problem solving, and operating as part of a large unit's staff.

Airborne Rifle Platoon Leader

FT Bragg, NC

June 2002-March 2004


Responsible for training, maintenance, health, welfare, and discipline of a 38-man Airborne Infantry Platoon. Responsible for ensuring the platoon readiness to deploy anywhere in the world within 18 hours, conduct an Airborne Assault, and conduct future operations.


    Deployed to Haiti as part of Operation Uphold Democracy; supervised the security of a US compound and the exercises to test its readiness.

    Developed training lane to validate platoon's reaction to hostile situations; Brigade Commander lauded the project for its effectiveness.

    valuated as one of the two best Rifle Platoon Leaders in the battalion and platoon was rated as top in the company.




Fluent in German; Certified diver; Mountain biker.


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