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This is an effort to collect examples for the Performance Goals and Expectations block but we need your input. Examples received will be listed below.
o enroll Master Leader Course (MLC)
I strive to be the best Culinary NCOIC I can be in the 10th ESC HHC, by setting and achieving goals of self-improvement and professional development with exceeding standards. Within the unit I support, advise the commander, 1SG, and other unit leadership on Food Service Operations as the unit's Culinary NCOIC. I support the Commander's policies and the unit, by participating in all activities and mission event requirements; I maintain continuous communication with chain of command and subordinates to increase unit morale. I continuously make on the spot corrections to eliminate deficiencies in the DFAC, from equipment to personnel, to promote a safe working environment. I provide guidance and support to all my culinary specialist team members on providing high quality meals and providing the resources required to set my team up for success.
As an Administrative NCO, I am expected to exceed the standards for:
Accept responsibility for shortcomings and follow up with Soldiers to identify areas needing improvement. Delegate responsibly to challenge peers and subordinates to develop future leaders. Support the Commander's policies and the Unit. Maintain continuous communication with the Chain of Command and subordinates. Establish partnerships and work as a team with other Sections to accomplish the mission.
Brigade SHARP Victim Advocate (VA)
As the Brigade SHARP Victim Advocate (VA) I need to enhance Army readiness and the Brigade SHARP program through education, outreach, and advocacy. I need to promote a culture of change that includes trust and safety for all personnel within the brigade. I will ensure the SHARP program is actively conducting outreach events and activities throughout the year. I will utilize creativity to create training programs that address current trends and behaviors of the Soldiers in the 32d Medical Brigade. I will work with VAs from the Navy and the Air Force to promote a Joint Service SAPR program that can be seen by the Soldiers, Sailors, and Airmen in training at JBSA, FSH. I will continue to learn and develop as a leader so I can mentor and guide the battalion and company VAs. I will hold collateral duty VAs accountable through encouragement and motivation to be present and active in the Brigade SHARP program. I will maintain systems to track VA training and certifications. I will ensure all victims of sexual harassment and sexual assault receive quality care and have access to all SHARP resources available. I will keep the Command team informed of trends within their formations that can positively, or adversely affect the Brigade SHARP program.
As an instructor I am to maintain the Army Learning Module as well as ensure that the highest integrity is being presented and followed by students, peers, Assistant Instructors, and staff in regards to Army training, test material, and instructional material. I am to present clearly defined sets of goals and requirements for both the student expectations and the instructional materials, ensure that the flow of the lesson material is consistent and structured consistently throughout the course. Ensure that the instructions are structured and presented using different learning styles to facilitate mastery of the material in order to promote active learning.
- delegate responsibly to challenge junior Soldiers and develop future leaders
Strive to become the best Career Counselor I can be in 5th BN by setting and achieving goals of self-improvement and professional development. Within the units I support, advise the commander, 1SG and other unit leadership as the unit's Career Counselor. Assist and guide the development of all NCOs using the S.T.E.P (Select Train Educate Promote) system. Improve area 2's functionality through mentoring and training for all AGR and TPU career counselors. Provide unmatched support to the team, BN, ARCD and the US Army Reserve. Recruit and promote the 79V career field to all Soldiers who are passionate about soldier care and development.
Strive to become the best First Sergeant I can be in 330th Movement Control Battalion by setting and achieving goals of self-improvement, and professional development. Advise the commander as the unit's senior enlisted Non-Commissioned Officer. Develop all NCOs using the S.T.E.P (Select Train Educate Promote) system. Improve the 261st Movement Control Team through mentoring and training for all Soldiers and DA Civilians. Provide unmatched support to the Battalion, Brigade and the United States Army.
Information Technology Operations
Sustain unit information technology operations systems and processes; Enable subordinates to achieve commander's physical fitness goals of an APFT average of 250; Develop MOS Proficiency Program; Mentor junior leaders through supervising counseling development program; enable the GC3T to achieve G-6 objectives through accomplishment of key collective tasks; support Army SHARP and EO programs while creating and enforcing a non-hostile environment for all Soldiers and Civilians.
As the ranking NCO, I am expected to set the example by demonstrating discipline, maintaining a professional working environment, staying in top physical condition, and observing and enforcing Army standards. Accept responsibility for mission and follow up with supported units to identify areas needing improvement. Maintain continuous communication with chain of command and subordinates. Ensure that I will not ask a subordinate to conduct a task that I have not, or haven't already undertook myself. Lead from the front.
As Platoon Leader, you are expected to meet or exceed the standards for:
As a member of the section, you are expected to meet or exceed the standards described for a 25U10 Soldier:
Install, operate, and maintain radio and data distribution systems. Maintain selected electronic devices. Perform Signal support functions to include providing technical assistance and training for user owned and operated automation and communications equipment. Prepare maintenance and supply requests for unit level Signal support. Operate and perform PMCS on assigned vehicles. Install, operate, and perform PMCS on power generators.
As a Signal Support Specialist, you are expected to become competent in your assigned duties and to advance in your troubleshooting and repair capabilities; strive for 100% qualification on METL within 1 year of arrival; look for opportunities to learn; identify task qualification shortages and become qualified in them.
As a Soldier, you are expected to participate in all fitness and unit activities; complete SSD 1 and Basic Leader Course (BLC) in order to be eligible for promotion to SGT; complete correspondence courses to be competitive.
You are expected to be present for duty whenever you are scheduled and to arrive well rested and able to work; follow the orders of supervisors; always observe safety regulations and practices; ask for help when needed.