Contractor (Current Employee) – Vienna, VA – April 3, 2018
FinCEN, department of treasury help desk is a good place to start as a beginner. But if you are seeking for a career advancement, at certain point you have to go and find something better related to your field. Other than that excellent people and managers. Decent benefits. I will definitely recommend this place for work.
Department Manager (Former Employee) – Nashville, TN – February 10, 2019
A typical day at work for me was: ensuring my employees arrived to work and signed onto the system timely, schedule leave, write evaluative reviews, monitor incoming calls for accuracy and courteous interactions, discussions with employees on improving in their job, employee counseling, handling elevated calls, handled suicide threat calls, created work schedules/leave schedules/break/lunch schedules attend Managerial meetings, conduct team meetings, work with Union Officials to resolve issues and instruct new hire classes.
Small Business Tax Examiner (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – February 6, 2019
Providing excellent customer service was what drove our department. The taxpayer's rights and needs were always our focus. We were ultimately understaffed which made the job much more stressful than it needed to be.
Internal Revenue Agent (Current Employee) – Springfield, MO – January 18, 2019
The federal government had always been an excellent employer, until recent years when Congress repeated failed to timely fund its operations. This has resulted in a number of lengthy, stressful shutdowns and employees being prohibited from working until Congress did its job.
Intern (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – January 8, 2019
The Treasury Department provided a solid internship experience for me. The work was generally meaningful and important to the office I worked in. Working here allows you to make connections with important people throughout the department.
Revenue Officer (Former Employee) – Oakland, CA – November 4, 2018
Good people, but it just was not for me. Internal policies and procedures were everchanging and very frustrating to navigate at times. If you don't care about anything more than your paycheck then you will like it.
Contact Service Rep (Former Employee) – Dallas, TX – October 12, 2018
Overall Management failure. No employee value shown. A lot of families and friends work there. There are too many clicks nepotism. A lot of money wasted but no real training. Most of all poor work ethics.
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – October 2, 2018
Awesome to work for the US Department of Treasury, It was my first big job ever and loved to work for them. It was a lot to do as administrative here. A little bit of multi task, but more independently.
Clerk (Former Employee) – Guaynabo, PR – October 1, 2018
IRS was a fantastic place to work. I do think that employee's day to day experience depending heavily on their direct report and attitude. Overtime is not allowed so the schedule was very routine. Customer Service all the time.
Amazing culture, great benefits, great pay, good opportunity to learn and awesome people and management.
Resident Budget Advisor (Current Employee) – Washington, DC – September 4, 2018
OTA hires experienced professionals in the budget and financial field particularly from state and local governments. The positions are contract -oriented for full-time (resident) or part-time (intermittent) assignments. The majority of the positions are located in foreign countries. This will require a significant commitment to relocate family and household to the designated country. Housing and security are provided at no expense for the employee if selected for a resident assignment.
Great salary and benefits
Relocation to a foreign country and may need to learn a foreign language