Admin Duty NCOER Bullets

S1 Clerk

o taught 4 NCOPD classes on Awards Writing; this created greater accuracy for all units

o completed 300 hours of professional development courses on Army Leadership and HR Readiness

o instructed and trained company-level S1 personnel on a regular, continuous basis

o SME in awards for the entire brigade; expertise was sought out by peers and senior leaders alike

o filled in as AFSBn-Qatar S1 for 6 months, filling an E7 postion

o processed all administrative actions for the Battalion within time limits

o supported 8 award ceremonies, a promotion, and a change of command

o stayed abreast of deployment updates by attending all leadership meetings and kept Soldiers apprised on changes; guaranteed section was ahead of schedule

o assumed duties as Detachment-12's administrator; ensured all Soldiers' DTS was completed properly, that they were paid correctly and that all promotion packets were checked and sent to home station for mailing

o performed S1 duties during CPOF operations; controlled the situation while under a great amount of pressure

o expanded her knowledge of CPOF operations: took a class on CPOF machines to prepare for operations and helped other Soldiers who were struggling on the machines

o helped other Soldiers prepare for AT: supervised rucksack packing and evaluated equipment for serviceability, helped replace missing items

o provided extra physical fitness training every morning before work, as well as whenever time permitted and raised his section's PT scores by 20% in the past 60 days

Human Resource (RCDS)

o reviewed Army regulations, Detachment property book to ensure material no longer required or outdated was properly disposed of in accordance with Army Regulations and policies

o overhauled three supply rooms; facilitated two seamless change of command inventories with no FLIPL actions required

o demonstrated his dedication to the unit's administrative demands, addressing them with speed and efficiency, facilitating the out-processing and separation of seven Soldiers and a more accurate manning report

Speechwriter, Headquarters, Maneuver Support Center of Excellence

o prepared for CG and CSM transition activities; wrote dozens of farewell, retirement, and change of command speeches that positively portrayed the Army, Fort Leonard Wood, and the senior leaders transitioning

o designed, developed, and produced two personalized professional quality "yearbooks" for the CG and CSM

Mission Support Team Member

o performed the administrative and leadership duties of several positions including the Chief, Deputy Chief and Administrative Officer simultaneously during a 6-month absence of all other leadership

o provided daily admin support at the highest standards; demonstrated unwavering professionalism and excellent leadership in a challenging climate with 23 civilian staff members

o excelled in positions of higher responsibility and demonstrated unquestionable dedication to duty; up to date on all personnel actions despite manning shortage

o established commercial WiFi across the Poland area of operation for all MWR facilities; expanded wifi connectivity for forward deployed Soldiers and saved over $30K in costs

o was instrumental in the daily strength accounting and management of over 1,200 initial entry soldiers

o provided training to new team members as well as supported units; instrumental to qualification in less than 30 days

o undertook additional training with J6 to add to his knowledge of all emergency mission functional areas; restored entire site after power outage

o performed in a professional manner in managing expectations in a multi-service environment

o served in two capacities: as the battalion S-1 Forward and the 385th administrative clerk for overseeing, maintaining, and ensuring that all awards, NCOERs, and Flags are processed in a timely manner.

Graduate School of Business and Public Policy (GSBPP) Team Member

As a responsive Graduate School of Business and Public Policy (GSBPP) team member, completed training and gained experience on the NPS Life Ray system. The web presence facilitated the goal of GSBPP to enable prospective students to search for timely and accurate information on enrollment deadlines and other knowledge and is also important when recruiting for new faculty. This effort increases the GSBPP graduate program's effectiveness.


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