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42A PERSONNEL ADMIN SERGEANT NCOER EXAMPLE


PART III - DUTY DESCRIPTION ( Rater )

  a. PRINCIPAL DUTY TITLE
    PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATIVE SERGEANT

  b. DUTY MOSC
    42A2O

  c. DAILY DUTIES AND SCOPE   (to include, as appropriate, people, equipment, facilities and dollars)
    Responsible for Strength Management section for the Regimental Support Squadron and Rear Detachment of the 7th Armored Cavalry Regiment which consists of more than 750 officers, warrant, and enlisted personnel; responsible for the health, welfare, and training of four soldiers; responsible for submission and processing of transactions into E-MILPO; ensures daily status reports are submitted in a timely manner; enters PERSTEMPO data; notifies soldiers of movements and promotions.
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  d. AREAS OF SPECIAL EMPHASIS
    Unit Strength Report (USR); Unit Manning Report (UMR); PERSTEMPO; Personnel Asset Inventory (PAI); In/Out processing.
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  e. APPOINTED DUTIES
   
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  f. COUNSELING DATES
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PART IV - ARMY VALUES/ ATTRIBUTES/ SKILLS/ ACTIONS ( Rater )
  a. ARMY VALUES.   Check Either YES or NO. (Comments are mandatory for "No" entries; optional for "Yes" entries.)

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               A
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                        L
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                                                  S
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  1   LOYALTY: Bears true faith and allegiance to the US constitution, the Army, the unit, and other soldiers.
  2   DUTY: Fulfills their obligations
  3   RESPECT/EO/EEO: Treats people as they should be treated.
  4   SELFLESS SERVICE: Puts the welfare of the nation, the Army, and subordinates before their own.
  5   HONOR: Lives up to all the Army values.
  6   INTEGRITY: Does what is right --legally and morally.
  7   PERSONAL COURAGE: Faces fear, danger, or adversity (physical and moral).

  Bullet Comments
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    o multi-faceted NCO committed to 100% mission accomplishment; sacrifices personal time and efforts for overall success of the unit
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    o demonstrated self reliance and resourcefulness
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    o maintained high standard of personal conduct on and off duty
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  DA FORM 2166-8, OCT 2001                         REPLACES DA FORM 2166-7, SEP 87, WHICH IS OBSOLETE
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  b. COMPETENCE
        o Duty Proficiency; MOS Competency
        o Technical & Tactical; Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
        o Sound Judgement
        o Seeking Self-improvement; Always Learning
        o Accomplishing Tasks to the Fullest Capacity
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    o completed the Squadron’s monthly Unit Strength Report requirement for four months with zero defects
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    o successfully completed the Army World Wide Property Asset Inventory with outstanding results
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    o possessed outstanding technical skills; maximized the use of limited resources to accomplish the mission with excellent result
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  c. PHYSICAL FITNESS & MILITARY BEARING
        o Mental and Physical Toughness
        o Endurance and Stamina to go the Distance
        o Displaying Confidence and Enthusiasm;
            Looks Like a Soldier
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    o energetic personality, positive "can do" attitude and deep pride in job accomplishment
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    o scored 300+ on the Army Physical Fitness Test
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    o maintains a superior standard of military bearing
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  d. LEADERSHIP
        o Mission First
        o Genuine Concern for the Soldiers
        o Instilling the Spirit to Achieve and Win
        o Setting the Example; Be, Know, Do
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    o a "leader by example" who obtains results
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    o promotes harmony and team work
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    o demonstrates understanding and genuine concern for health and welfare of soldiers
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  e. TRAINING
        o Individual and Team
        o Mission Focused; Performance Oriented
        o Teaching Soldiers How; Common Tasks,
            Duty-related Skills
        o Sharing Knowledge and Experience to Fight,
            Survive and Win
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    o passed Joint Admin Course and taught subordinates Navy and Air Force administrative processes
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    o trained three newly assigned soldiers to process and record fitness results and fitness program management
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    o actively looked for best practices used by other units to supplement own efficient and thorough methods
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  f. RESPONSIBILITY & ACCOUNTABILITY
        o Care and Maintenance of Equipment/Facilities
        o Soldier and Equipment Safety
        o Conservation of Supplies and Funds
        o Encouraging Soldiers to Learn and Grow
        o Responsible for Good, Bad, Right & Wrong
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    o maintained 100% accountability of $90,000 worth of office automation equipment during three month combat rotations to Iraq and Afghanistan
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    o maintained error-free personnel records and ensured all promotion announcements and orders delivered on time
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    o responsible for researching, tracking deployment training requirements for unit personnel
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PART V - OVERALL PERFORMANCE AND POTENTIAL

  a. RATER. Overall Potential for Promotion and/or
        Service in Positions of Greater Responsibility
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  e. SENIOR RATER BULLET COMMENTS

   
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  b. RATER. List three positions in which the rated
        NCO could best serve the Army at his/her
        current or next higher grade
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