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Brigade HR NCOIC/Enlisted Strength Manager/42A5O
Senior HR NCO of a Force Entry Combat Aviation Brigade (CAB) consisting of six battalions and a Headquarters Company with approximately 2900 Soldiers; serves as the Brigade strength manager and advisor to the Brigade S1, the Brigade Command Group, and subordinate unit S1 personnel on all strength management issues; actively involved in the daily operations of the Brigade S1; leads and mentors a deployed HR Management Center consisting of three NCOs and four junior enlisted Soldiers in performing their HR duties in a combat theater.
NCOIC, Enlisted Strength Management/42A4P2S
Performed duties as the Enlisted Strength Management NCOIC, for the XVIII Airborne Corps G1, Strength Management Division (SMD) comprising of over 107,000 Soldiers across four divisions, eight separate brigades and a special troops battalions located on six different installations. Manages requisitions, allocations, assignments, diversions, intra-post transfers (IPT) and orders for over 40,000 Fort Bragg and tenant units Soldiers; coordinates with Human Resources Command (HRC) for Soldiers reassignments, issues, deferments and deletions; and coordinate stop-move request for all units within XVIII Airborne Corps. Assists the Corps Command Group with processing and distribution of senior enlisted promotions selection board results.
42A4O JRU/IMA PERSONNEL STAFF NCO
Manage and oversee the day-to-day operation of more than 150 officers and senior NCOs assigned as Drilling Individual Mobilization Augmentee (DIMA) and Army Reserve Element (ARE) members to an active duty joint combatant command; serve as the primary interface between U.S. Pacific Command and Human Resource Command (HRC) Fort Knox; manage development and implementation of programs, policies, and procedures for IMA/ARE Soldiers; process and coordinate orders for active duty training and mobilization for operations and emergent requirements in the HQ USPACOM AOR; supervise three Soldiers.
42A5Q Equal Opportunity Advisor
Serves as an Equal Opportunity NCOIC for a Combined Joint Task Force deployed to Kandahar Afganistan; assists in the implementation of the EO program; receives and processes complaints; conducts staff assistance visits to subordinate Task Forces and Sustainment commands; disseminates EO policies and guidance to over 17,400 Soldier, Sailors, Airmen, and civilians; coordinates and instructs a 40 hour Equal Opportunity Leaders and a 20 hour Unit Victim Advocate Course; plans, coordinates, and implements ethnic observances to include requesting guest speakers; quarterly collects, organizes, and interprets demographic EO data in a CJTF.
42A5O Senior Personnel Sergeant
Serves as Chief of Staff to Political Advisor serve as assistant to the three Deputy Political Advisors and liaison with US Aide for the USN SE civil affairs office in Pristina, Kosovo, Yugoslavia; As Chief of Staff serve as liaison assistant with the Yugoslav people and US on special events to include coordination with national support units within NATO Multilateral and Regional Affairs Office; Worked closely with such as the notably EU and the WEU, to include dealing with NATO Foreign Ministers on the local level.
42A3OE3 EXECUTIVE ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT
Serves as the principal advisor for the Area Support Group-Kuwait (ASG-KU) Command Group on all administrative matters; directly responsible for one NCO and one civilian in the distribution and supervision of general administrative duties and transportation require-ments for the command group; plans and organizes office operations to include calendar maintenance, travel itineraries and reservations for the ASG-KU Commander, Deputy Commander, Command Sergeant Major, Garrison Commander and Garrison Sergeant Major; reviews and edits all correspondence prior to submission for Commander's signature; responsible for equipment valued in excess of $250K.
42A40 BN S-1 NCOIC
Serves as the Senior Human Resourses Sergeant for the 4th Brigade Support Battalion (BSB), 1/4 ID, consisting of 400 personnel; responsible for planning, directing, and managing all HR competencies; supervises and manages the processing and tracking of all Personnel Actions, Awards, NCOERs, Promotions, Suspension of Favorable Actions, Leaves and Passes, and Military Pay; responsible for timely Personnel Accounting and Strength Reporting; resonsible for the Accountability and readiness of all assigned and attached personnel, to include direct supervision of one NCO and over eleven Soldiers.
42A4O Casualty Operations NCO
Monitors and manages the Army Casualty Program, one of the Army's most sensitive programs; provides guidance and assistance to 34 Casualty Assistance Centers (CAC); coordinates, synthesizes, and confirms facts surrounding the death, injury or serious illness of Soldiers, Family members and civilians worldwide; makes quick decisions that have lasting effects on Family members; provides Soldier's medical status and updates to distraught Family members, and communicates with senior military officials in the event of an Army casualty.
42A40 PERSONNAL SERVICE COURSE MANAGER
Serves as the 42A School Course Manager for the 80th TTC Support Battalion, consisting training 1500 personnel; responsible for planning, directing, and managing all PS Course competencies; supervises and manages the processing and tracking of all Students at the school, Suspension of Favorable Actions, Leaves and Passes, and responsible for timely Personnel Accounting and Strength Reporting; resonsible for the Accountability and readiness of all assigned and attached personnel, to include direct supervision of eight Instructors/NCO's.
42A Administration Sergeant
Administration Sergeant for a worldwide deployable, thirty-seven personnel Battle Command Training Program (BCTP) team; responsible for coordination, supervision and preparation of daily status reports, all officer and enlisted evaluations, daily status and PERSTEMPO reports, awards, mail distribution, all leaves and passes, appointment orders, TDY orders, flight arrangements, unit alert and social rosters, and any additional personnel service support required of the team.
42A4SF4QB Postal Platoon Sergeant
Served as the Platoon Sergeant for the 2nd Platoon, 48th Human Resouces Company; responsible for the health and welfare of 20 Soldiers and their families; responsible for providing postal support to the military communities of City, serving over 25000 Soldiers, retiress, civilians and their families; responsible for Soldier's training and readiness; and the accountability and maintenance of of over $1,850,00 of MTOE and United States Postal Service equipment; manages all Soldiers technical and tactical training.
42A20 BDE Intel Admin NCO
Serve as Personal Security NCO at brigade level maintaining over 750 clearances, report issues and resolutions to command and staff bi-weekly, Maintains the brigade's security control access roster (SCAR). Assist NCOIC with developing and executing Intel training, prepare Language and Country Culture plan of instructions for more than 1,200 PRT and COIN troops in support of Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF). Responsible for over $200,000.00 worth of facilities and equipment used to administer OEF Language/Country Culture Training. Perform random urinalysis at the commander's request. In/out process personnel.
42A Theater IG SGM
Assist in assessing the state of efficiency, discipline, morale, and readiness of the command; maintain liason with MACOM and subordinate brigade unit SGM to accomplish mission; resolves complaints and requests for assistance from Soldiers, Family members, civilians, and retirees for a community of 12,000 personnel; assist in conducting inquiries and investigations into alleged improprieties; conducts inspections; provides career development and professional guidance to three NCOs and a soldier; responsible for an fiscal budget of $25,000.
42A Duty Description
Responsible for personnel and administrative support to over 20 Soldiers; processes, reviews, and coordinates all actions pertaining to actions, and military awards; screens and updates promotion packets for Semi-centralized Promotion Boards; establishes and maintains unit Alert Rosters; coordinates and schedules APFT, weapon qualifications and required training for Soldiers in the Postal Platoon.
42A Duty Description
Reviews soldier in-processing, out-processing, birth month audits, maintains military personnel files, medical and dental records; types all correspondence in draft and final form; prepares and process evaluations, all personnel requests for promotions, OCS, awards and decorations; posts changes to Army regulations and other publications