The Financial Management OccFld encompasses the functions of auditing, finance, and fiscal/budget which are developed to ensure the continuing quality of the financial management process and to safeguard public funds, both appropriated and non-appropriated. Personnel serving in the OccFld assist and support the commander in the execution of the responsibilities, both command and legal, that relate to financial administration. Qualifications required include skills involving the disbursement of public funds, budget development and execution, managerial accounting, reporting, resource evaluation and analysis, and auditing. Formal schooling is provided to Marines entering the CccFld as Finance and Fiscal/Budget Technicians. Types of entry-level jobs available include work in finance, managerial accounting, and comptroller offices in the operating forces and the post and station activities. They perform routine duties incident to the preparation of financial records, travel vouchers, processing of public vouchers for payment and the maintenance of internal controls. Entry level as audit technicians is normally at the grade of sergeant with job assignments with non-appropriated fund instrumentality audit office at post and station activities.
Below are the Marine Corps Enlisted Military Occupation Specialties which are organized under this occupational field:
3432 --Finance Technician
3441 --NAF Audit Technician
3451 --Financial Management Resource Analyst