MOS 42A Human Resources Specialist NCOER Bullets

Human Resource Specialist operating in the field


HUMAN RESOURCES NCO

o self reliant in the absence of orders; able to plan and execute HR core functions and meet all suspense dates from NGB and MI

o proactively resolved TRICARE, pay and benefits for Soldiers and their families impacting thousands; MI was #3 in the 54

o led processing of over 2200 assignment updates in preparation for MTOE changes; MI increased standing in multiple metrics

o functioned at the organizational level as an E-7; performed in an outstanding manner as the NCOIC in his extended absence

o entrusted to distribute workload and priority of HR actions to her team for a population of more than 8,300 Soldiers

o her inherent resilience allowed her to quickly resolve any barrier to achieving tasks whether personal or professional


Human Resources Sergeant

o earned commendable ratings and laudatory comments from evaluators for FY19 and FY20 OIP

o communicated with staff and cadre to accomplish tasks and missions while demonstrating the ability to multi-task to complete objectives

o trained her soldiers to conduct PRT correctly for over 19 organized PT sessions during her rated period; resulted in successful sessions for the sections

o completed 60 volunteer hours for the community; enhanced the relationship between the military and civilian agencies

o revised 100% of S1 trackers in her area of responsibility that were used by her replacement for the accomplishment of the unit's mission

o technical expertise was continually sought by subordinates, peers and senior leaders; continuously shared HR knowledge with others

o demonstrated superior knowledge of HR techniques and trained soldiers to become more efficient

o spearheaded over 25 low density training sessions during this rating period; ensured soldiers were proficient and competent in their assigned HR areas

o mentored and groomed her soldiers' professional development: resulted in soldier graduating Basic Leader Course and getting promoted to Sergeant

o promoted a positive work environment for soldiers; approachable and empathetic leader for both personal and professional matters

o trusted professional within the unit; built impeccable internal and external relationships within the organization and with the local MPD

o natural leader; possessed the ability to balance her soldiers' needs with missions and tasks without failure

o prioritized the commander's goals and expectations on personal readiness; ensured the completion of 100% for all PRR in a three week period

o ensured that her soldiers enrolled in college courses; a total of 40 college credit hours were completed

o maintained strict accountability and serviceability of the arms room equipment valued at over $500,000 with no loss


Senior Human Resources SGT

o served with distinction as HR NCO in the battalion and oversaw the day to day operations of the human Resources section

o committed to quality of awards, ePAT actions; met a 100% timeliness and processing rate utilizing her vast expertise

o trained and mentored four new AGR S-1 Soldiers on evaluations, ePAT actions, promotions, awards, and pay actions

o competence and close attention to detail proved to be an asset in cross-level training increasing the S1's effectiveness by 25%

o created and enforced a strict accountability of all administrative actions within the S1, ensuring prompt and reliable service

o coordinated with First Sergeants within the battalions to ensure readiness; honest and dedicated selfless leader

o effectively managed the evaluations for the battalion, improving the overall overdue percentage from a 16.0% to a 1.8% or lower

o used all available resources to accomplish all missions assigned; a no-nonsense NCO who produced concrete results

o unparalleled ability to multitask and achieve outstanding results medical percentage increased from 75% to 86.5%

o her leadership, expertise and high standards had a profound impact on the HQ ability to function effectively over this period

o trained staff and unit members on Human Resources programs resulting in a significant increase in efficiency and productivity

o was the subject matter expert during monthly USR's; taught and mentored six AGR S-1's how to properly conduct USR


Human Resources NCO

o developed and implemented an awards program that saw thousands of overdue service awards properly added to the records of every eligible Soldier

o provided excellent support to the Squadron's sponsorship program by assigning 100% of all incoming Soldiers to a sponsor


Human Resources Sergeant

o recognized twice by FORSCOM for contributing to the BDEs recognition as the Best S1 DD93/SGLV; above 99.85

o created job aids, tools, and other materials to train Soldiers in the use of new forms, reports, and procedures disseminated from Human Resource Command Headquarters

o trained his Soldiers on casualty operation during NTC completing over 200 Casualty Packets without error; instilled confidence in them for deployment

o corrected and processed over 165 NCOERs with a 100% on-time rating to HRC; resulted in being the only unit in the brigade without 1 late NCOER

o conducted weekly Unit Manning Report scrubs with six troop 1SGs; enabled the unit to effectively request and fill MOS shortages prior to deployment

o reviewed and processed over 1300 pay transactions, 100 personnel actions (RECLASS, Bonus, transfers, RET, Separations, DNR, promotions)

o task oriented and detail minded; completes assignments to the fullest while staying focused to make sound and thoughtful decisions


Executive Assistant

o flawlessly executed a $400K directorate travel budget; provided leadership invaluable fiscal flexibility


Human Resources Specialist

o trained staff and unit members on Sidpers and iPerms resulting in a significant increase in effiency and productivity of processing actions

o provided customer service to 18 TDA units and 5 PSDR units, one of the largest customer service bases in USAREUR with over 22,800 customers including USAREUR and V Corps Headquarters

o served with distinction as HRNCO in Headquarters Platoon and oversaw the day to day operations of the human Resources section for the 308th Military Police Company

o helped develop and implement a unit wide sick call and tracking system which is now a Task Force standard

o as the unit S-1 NCOIC, utilized external resources to enhance and improve the overall effectiveness of the Rest and Recouperation (R & R) tracking system to include each of the 308th housing units within the Detention Facility In Parwan (DFIP)

o always ready on short notice to assist in Common Task Training, weapon qualification, driver and escort train-up and Sergeants Time Training

o his improved R&R tracking system enabled each housing unit to track their soldiers leave departures and returns so that they could plan accordingly and for see any shortages ahead of schedule

o effectively managed all HHC orderly room operations, directly impacting the company's readiness and ability to accomplish the mission

o assisted in the creation of the NCO evaluation report, medical, award, and promotion tracking modules

o developed and implemented a plan that successfully transitioned the Mail Distribution Center to NCRCC without missing a delivery

o developed tracking modules that made it possible to easily transfer current posture to our relief

o key to the creation of the only leave by housing unit tracker that exists on the LSA which allowed the Guard Force Commanders to manipulate their DA-6 in real time in accordance with daily manning changes

o personally ensured each one of his Soldiers were intimately familiar with the purpose, employment, and operation of all Data Systems within the HR Arena

o competence and close attention to detail proved to be an asset in cross-level training for each soldier increasing the S1's effectiveness by 50%

o productively ensured the completion of over 453 Family Separation Requests while deployed with zero deficiencies

o created and enforced a strict accountability of all administrative documents within the S1, ensuring prompt and reliable service for over 800 Soldiers in the Battalion



Administrative NCOIC

o organized and prepared the unit for redeployment and reintegration into central region upon completion of their 15 month deployment with zero loss of accountability

o coordinated and pushed the daily status report and the JPERSTAT with excellent accuracy

o maintained administrative data for 76 soldiers assigned to Delta Battery from 3 different services

o refused mid-tour leave and contributed hundreds of hours of off-duty time to ensure all tasks were accomplished on time

o selected as Financial Obligation Officer, ensured all funds accounted for and spent in accordence with regulation

o served as acting Battalion Senior Human Resource NCO, trained 4 new Battery Admin NCOs and ensured battalion operations countinued

o processed 120 Red Cross Messages in support of deployed members

o Kept the Commander up to date with Personnel Accountability

o pushed 355 troops forward, fully equipped and administratively prepared



Schools NCO

o established the Brigade's first Schools and DTMS programs

o managed the Master Cooperative Agreement Program in addition to his regular duties

o developed, implemented, and monitored a comprehensive Brigade schools allocation table

o successsfully executed WLT, Seargeant's Time Training, and EFMB task training leading to 10 soldiers with WLT qualification and 4 earning EFMB

o scrutinized available slots and accomplished 120% utilization of available MACOM allocations

o planned and executed assignment of all schools, weapon ranges, and pre-deployment training requirements for 3 subordinate units within the Battalion

o placed over 3,000 Soldiers into over 100 different Army schools

o worked closely with the Chain of Command and Barracks Management to ensure all Soldiers had adequate billeting immediately upon arrival


Human Resources Specialist

o coordinated and pushed the daily status report and the JPERSTAT with unprecedented accuracy

o stepped up to take on extra responsibility and duties; helped office meet their goals as a team

o put in long hours, and, although junior in rank, continues to manage our most critical programs

o reviewed more than 3,000 Medical Evaluation Board packets, led section with the highest number of reviewed packets, while maintaining accuracy

o learned required payroll systems and processed three pay documents generating high unit morale

o transferred all the Battalion's 201 files to iPERM filing system within 30 days of arrival; increased productivity

o diligently processed required all administrative paperwork in a timely manner, facilitated the promotion of her fellow Soldiers

o exceeded her responsibility for accounting and reporting for 93 Soldiers, twice daily

o completed 100% accurate alert roster for the unit; improved accountability of Soldiers exponentially

o trained and mentored a Soldier to assist with unit personnel and administrative actions to support the mobilizations of five units

o deployed to Iraq in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom and 222d Broadcast Operations Detachment

o compiled and maintained 100% accountablility of all member's personnel records including cross-leveled Soldiers as the unit prepared for deployment

o selected over 9 of his peers to act as Bn mail room clerk, a duty outside his MOS, maintained 100% accountability

o supervised the Company's efforts to get all its Soldiers through the Kuwait gateway and in and out of Iraq

o assisted in the DEMOB of 22 UICs; equipment evaluated, repaired, and stored, ready for immediate redeployment

o tracked and processed all unit leaves while maintaining a 90% manning rate

o coordinated with active and Reserve component agencies to achieve great success

o completed 5 Mobile Postal Missions to austere locations, across unsecured terrain, resulting in 100% mission completion

o completed over 75 additional duty memorandums

o prepared for and assisted in inspections of S-1 section so that they were in compliance with regualtions



Mail Clerk

o spearheaded numerous post office improvements, reducing manual labor by two hours mail load; commended by Battalion CSM for his contributions to the post office

o oversaw Arifjan mail program; secured, maintained and distributed over 5,000 packages boosting the morale of 5,000 Soldiers

o helped with the distribution of over 3K pieces of mail to the unit during Operation Iraqi Freedom

o developed and implemented a plan that successfully transitioned the Mail Distribution Center to NCRCC without missing a delivery

o devoted Soldier support; worked during personal time to ensure Soldiers on night shift received their mail

o maintained discreet and private mail service to all unit members

o managed postal volunteer program and trained 25 Soldiers and family members reducing wait times by 50%

o processed 10,000 pounds of bulk mail; made available to patrons within 24 hours; surpassed DoD standard by 70%

o supervised self-inspection; reviewed 60 checklist items and corrected 12 discrepancies; poised for 2014 inspection

o relocated the DoD's largest post office in less than 24 hours, noving 30,000 pounds of mail and packages, maintained 100% accountability

o assigned to take over mail room supervision due to his bulletproof integrity; lost and undelivered mail rate immediately reduced by 50%

o identified opportunities for theft and eliminated them; increased mail delivery rate to 95%

o constructed and implemented an effective detachment-level mail storage facility, which significantly increased the unit's ability to maintain accountability of and manage distribution of the Soldiers' personal mail and parcels

o supervised Battalion mail room for 900 Soldiers

o coordinated and distributed over 12,000 pallets of mail over the holidays, ensured every Soldier received their mail, which improved morale in the Bn

o established a MOA between two services; briefed officials within the Air Force and the Navy



Human Resources Specialist

While serving as a Human Resources Specialist, SGT Young mastered JPERSTAT accounting for over 2,800 personnel and often trained the subordinate battalion S1s on how to accurately report their personnel. SGT Young was directly responsible for the reception and distribution of the IRR Soldiers that arrived in theater.

o maintained the Colonel's schedule and speaking engagements at three Public Affairs Symposiums

o developed agendas, position papers, and assisted the Colonel in representing Reserve Public Affairs at three Public Affairs Leadership Meetings

o developed and presented presentations supporting the change of Reserve public affairs IA deployments from 12 months to six months

o deployed to Iraq in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom and 222d Broadcast Operations Detachment

o compiled and maintained 100% accountablility of all member's personnel records including cross-leveled Soldiers as the unit prepared for deployment

o selected over 9 of his peers to act as Bn mail room clerk, a duty outside his MOS, maintained 100% accountability

o supervised the Company's efforts to get all its Soldiers through the Kuwait gateway and in and out of Iraq

o assisted in the DEMOB of 22 UICs; equipment evaluated, repaired, and stored, ready for immediate redeployment

o tracked and processed all unit leaves while maintaining a 90% manning rate

o coordinated with active and Reserve component agencies to achieve great success

o completed 5 Mobile Postal Missions to austere locations, across unsecured terrain, resulting in 100% mission completion

o organized and provided Public Affair coverage for multiple Brigade-level Change of Command ceremonies and 3 major command events

o established the Pass and Leave program within the BCT, coordinating the flow of Soldiers in and out of theater

o processed over 1,000 End of Tour awards for all of DSTB and attached units, meeting 95% on time

o devoted over 500 hours to checking DCS checklists for all units, ensured accuracy of over 3000 DCS checklists

o embodied the Warrior Ethos by placing the mission first at all times and completing all admin requirements prior to deployment

o put in long hours with few days off, and although junior in rank, continues to manage our most critical projects

o cleared 275 Soldiers through the Soldier Readiness Center

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