See the endless learning opportunities this human resources specialist has taken advantage of to become well rounded in every field. For information on how to become a human resources specialist in the Army, visit http://bit.ly/1EFnv6s.
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Join the Army National Guard and become a Human Resources Specialist, no experience needed and we pay you to train. Most soldiers work 1 weekend a month and 2 weeks during the summer. To join the California Army National Guard call Staff Sergeant Brito at 562.900.0575 or visit http://www.iguardcalifornia.com For TIPS TO SURVIVE BASIC TRAINING visit http://www.howtosurvivebasictraining.blogspot.com **MOS 42A Human Resources Specialist Job Description** A Human Resources Specialists primarily helps Soldiers develop their Army National Guard careers, but also provides personnel support and assistance to all divisions of the Army National Guard Duties performed by Soldiers in this MOS include: Prepares and processes recommendations for awards and decorations and arranges for awards ceremony. Pre pares, updates, and coordinates requests for evaluations, to include responding to evaluation inquiries. Prepares and monitors requests for promotions and arranges for promotion ceremony, to include promotion declinations, reconsideration for promotions, and arrange for reduction and removal boards for soldiers on local promotion standing lists. Prepares and monitors requests for reductions, trans fers, and discharges. Prepares and monitors requests for identifica tion cards and tags, leaves, and passes, line of duty determination, MILPER data and information management, orders for temporary duty and travel, personnel processing, personnel Security Clearances, training and reassignment, retention, military and special pay pro grams, personnel accounting and strength management, transition processing, legal, meal cards, training soldier support file, and unit administration. Evaluates personnel qualifications for special assignment. Prepares and processes requests for transfer or reassignment. Processes centralized and decentralized promotions and reduction actions. Processes classiflcationlreclassiflcation actions. Prepares or ders and request for orders. Prepares and maintains officer and enlisted personnel records. Prepares and reviews personnel casualty documents. Monitors suspense actions. Initiates, monitors, processes personnel evaluations. Transfers records. Processes personnel for separation and retirement. Processes and executes Personnel Service Center SIDPERS level procedures and actions. Processes applica tions for OCS, warrant officer flight training, or other training. Processes recommendations for awards and decorations, Processes bars to reenlistment, suspension of favorable personnel actions. Ini tiates action for pass ports and visas. Training Information 8 weeks, 2 days at at Fort Jackson, SC ASVAB Score Required: 95 in aptitude area CL Security Clearance: None Required Strength Requirement: moderately heavy Physical Profile Requirement: 323222 Other Requirements The ability to type at a minimum speed of 20 net words per minute Similar Civilian Occupations Executive Secretaries and Administrative Assistants First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Office and Administrative Support Workers Human Resources Assistants, Except Payroll and Timekeeping Office Clerks, General Word Processors and Typists
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Watch this interview for an in-depth view on life as a Human Resources Specialist in the United States Army! Are you ready to live life to the fullest, jump out of airplanes as a Paratrooper or serve among the elite as an Army Ranger? Did you know you could do those things as a 42A? Watch the entire interview to find out how!
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Discover how Private Churchill joined the Army as a 17 year old with no experience, quickly gained valuable qualifications and now has many different career options ahead of her. To learn more about becoming an Administration Clerk visit: http://goo.gl/FFBpv Not sure if the Army is for you but willing to give it a try visit: http://goo.gl/zQuQy To meet more female serving personnel visit: http://goo.gl/FtN8H
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United States Army Human Resources Command Top # 9 Facts
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The office radio is too loud and Phillip wants to complain. This is how a civilian human resources department reacts and how a Drill Sergeant actually fixes the problem. http://gruntstyle.com/
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Each week we feature a one of our Recruits or Soldiers as they tell their own #MyGuardStory. This week, Staff Sergeant Paolo Ficara tells us about life as a Human Resources Specialist in the Massachusetts Army National Guard. Learn about your opportunities in the National Guard at https://www.nationalguard.com/MAyoutube
Hans goes behind the scenes to find out what being a Human Resource Officer entails. Check out more information about a career in Human Resources here: https://studentedge.org/career-life/find-a-career/human-resources-officer Want to see more career videos from Student Edge? ↓ Click here http://s-edg.com/careervideos G'day, Hans here. Now look there are two types of people in this world, those that organize things and the rest of us are just kind of do what they say but if you think you're good with people and you like organizing things maybe human resources could be a career for you. We're here at the Department of Mines to find out what it's all about. You hear the term human resources all the time but it's a pretty obscure and confusing job title. All i know is that it involves dealing with lots of people which is why I'm here at one of the biggest people machines in WA, the Department of Mines and Petroleum to find out exactly what a human resources officer does. Great to meet you Alyce. Well let's start with everything, I need to know if you're working in Human Resources what do you do? So pretty much we work with the employees right through from application to retirement and that could be anything from looking after their safety to training to providing wellness programs or diversity events. So you follow someone's career basically from the beginning right through the end. Yeah while they're in that specific organization. Sure and ok well let's start at the beginning how you came to be in the job. What was your particular path? Where did you study how are you here today? I studied the ECU I studied a bachelor of business and I did a major in human resource management and from that I engaged in lots of different work experience, internship placements I put my name on the templates here at this department and they asked me to come back and work on my initial project. Okay, talk me through a day a typical day of yours when you turn up what do you get up to? First thing I do is look at my emails to make sure there's no employees that are concerned about any issues. That's the first thing you need to get to you need to reply to them quickly. I also because I'm the wellness coordinator I do a lot of events and presentations so i might be one day I might be booking in a presentation I'm checking that staff have RSVP'd properly that kind of thing. We also organize occupational safety and health inductions for new staff so i might be sending out invites. Okay, it's time for you to give us the edge. Can you do that? Absolutely question number one, just quickly from school to what you do now what's the process? Definitely finish high school and an excellent way to increase your opportunities then enroll in either a human resource management course at there's a number of different institutions that offer it or you could do a degree in business and get a a major in human resources or even a psychology degree. Question 2 if I want to be really successful in human resources what characteristics do i need? Definitely a good people person, you need to love working with people, also excellent communication skills that's a big one you need to always be talking with people and also being able to say the same thing to everybody being consistent with your advice to give throughout the organization. And question number three, if you could have done one thing differently but still end up exactly where you are today what would you have done there? Good question i'm quite happy with the path I took but I will say definitely being a little bit more comfortable about asking questions and seeking advice. Well Alyce, thank you so much for talking me through it I now know what it means to work in human resources. Thank you very much it's been really fun. Well there you go that's just the tip of the iceberg of what it means to work in human resources. If you want to get involved you want more info you gotta get onto https://studentedge.org and don't forget if you really keen about it get out there network and meet people.
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The story of one man's journey through from Citizen to Soldier
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A small Flash banner created while I worked at USHRC-St Louis that helped advertise their COOP (Continuity of Operations)
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HRC's Human Resources Service Center fields close to 1,400 Human Resource inquiries every day. Nearly 70 human resource specialists are standing by Monday thru Friday, from 8 a.m. until 6 p.m. eastern time to assist you with all of your personnel needs. Find out more by going to www.hrc.army.mil.
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This video, Assignment Satisfaction Key, is produced by the Enlisted Personnel Management Directorate at the U.S. Army Human Resources Command. ASK is an enlisted Soldier program that provides Soldiers the capability to view and update assignment preferences, volunteer information, and other personal information.
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Sam Goodell, a U.S. Army Europe civilian from USAG Grafenwoehr, talks about Army Values and what that means to him.
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Bryan McGhee, a U.S. Army Europe civilian from USAG Grafenwoehr, talks about Army Values and what that means to him.
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This video is about Army G1, Civilian Human Resources Board of Directors
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Just one of many Military occupations that CAN transfer to the civilian world. 42Foxtrot/Human Resource Informations Systems Specialist.
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Sometimes, events happen in Soldier's lives that require special assignments for humanitarian reasons and not readiness or career enhancement reasons. This video is designed to give you an overview of the compassionate actions process and assist you if you are in need of a compassionate reassignment.
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Photography and audio by Ashlee Rezin www.AshleeRezin.com
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Silver Scimitar 2012, the largest theater-level human resources exercise in the U.S. Army, kicked off on Jan. 21, with hands-on training to challenge Soldiers from over 20 units around the country. The two-week exercise tailors training to Soldiers who take care of pay, mail, and other critical services. Soldiers put to practice what they learn, taking part in various scenarios that recreate the stress of a battlefield environment
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Members of U.S. Army Human Resources Command conducted noncommissioned officer evaluation report training for all Soldier and civilian supervisors at Fort Eustis, Virginia, July 16, 2015. The training covered the forms' evaluation policy updates, maintaining and forecasting senior rater profiles and use of the Entry Evaluation System, or EES, that captures the changes.
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HRC enlisted live Facebook event features HRC Command Sgt. Maj. Wardell Jefferson, HRC Armor Branch Sgt. Maj. Dennis Bellinger and Military Schools Branch Mr. Jesse Bailey discussing the ins and outs of the assignment process and STEP requirements, March 7, 2017.
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Full video of U.S. Army Human Resources Command Live Facebook Town Hall focusing on the Centralized Promotions process and Board File preparation. The event was conducted May 16, 2017, and features presentations by SGM Michael Haycraft, Evaluations, Selections and Promotions Division Sergeant Major; and CPT Mike Hebert, Department of Army Secretariat for Selection Boards executive officer. The event was hosted by SGM Raymond Rodriguez, The Adjutant General Directorate Sergeant Major, and features in-depth subject matter presentations and responses to questions from the field.
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Army MOS 42F Human Resources Information System Management Specialist
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U.S. Army Human Resources Command and Brigadier General David MacEwen, the 59th Adjutant General of the Army will conduct a live Virtual Town Hall after action review on the roll out of the new Officer Evaluation Report Thursday, May 15. The town hall session will be from 11a.m. - noon EDT using the HRC Facebook page, https://www.facebook.com/ArmyHRC.
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STSAProducts: http://bit.ly/STSA-AMZ If you’re missing points, did you know you can still get a good year? https://www.hrc.army.mil NGB FORM 23A, 23B At the end of last video, I discussed the bare minimum points you can earn from attending regularly scheduled drills as follows: 48 - BA (MAX) 14 - AT 15 - Participation 77 - TOTAL - Cycle starts on your PEBD - You need a minimum of 50 points/year to have a good year. - Multiply a good year x 20 and you can retire and collect at retirement age. - For Active Duty Service, you can earn 365 points/anniversary year (PEBD) - Deployments - ATs - ADTs (schools, etc) - For Inactive Duty Training (IDT), you can earn additional points - Not exceed a total 365 when combined with Active Service - Not during Active Service - BA, RMA (readiness management assembly), ATA (additional training assembly) - Also non-paid military work completed (with proof and prior approval) - AR 600-8-104 - Maximum point allowed for retirement from IDT - 1996 - 75 I 2000 - 90 I 2007 - 130 - There are 21 rules regarding awarding retirement points with and without pay - See link AR 140-184, table 2. - Ex. - At drill - Did not take PHA during drill - Completed PHA outside of drill weekend on non-paid status for 1 point - Other services such as - Electronic Based Distance Learning (EBDL) - Preparing for or giving instructions - All must be pre-approved by commander - If your points don’t add up, provide your unit with appropriate documentation - PHA documentation - Certificate of completion of EBDL - Instruction material - Acceptable documents covered in AR 600-8-104 - In the event you check your NGB FORM 23 as I suggested earlier in the video, and - your points do not add up - And the issue is more than 12 months old - Take it upon yourself to contact the Human Resource Management for TPU soldiers by following the link below and ask specifically what steps you need to take to correct your records. - By doing so you are taking full control of your retirement and able to give your AGR guidance on how to forward your documentation along with appropriate forms IRR/IMA/TPU PAB, AHRC-EPR-J All PMOS’ Email: [email protected] I Phone: (502) 613-5977 ------------------ - Click on the link below to find the regs. Scroll to the bottom of the page and click on the page number until you get to the regulation you’re looking for. - http://bit.ly/Army-Pubs-AR - AR 600-8-104 - AR 140-185 - AR 140-1 - AR 140-483 - AR 135-91 - Regulation I just explained on the video plus HRC contact on the second link. http://myarmybenefits.us.army.mil/Home/Benefit_Library/Federal_Benefits_Page/Retired_Pay.html?serv=243 https://www.hrc.army.mil/tagd/earning%20retirement%20points - To request old LESs https://corpweb1.dfas.mil/askDFAS/ticketInput.action?subCategoryID=10044 Don't forget, PartTime1SG.com
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This video will guide you through understanding (1) how board members are chosen; (2) what a DA selection board is; (3) a Memorandum of Instruction (MOI); (4) the types of NCO selection boards; (5) the Army Selection Board System (ASBS); (6) board file composition; (7) DA Photo, ERB and evaluations; (8) the selection board process – mission, enlisted word picture and voting and voter philosophy; (9) how to prepare for your next board; (10) a Mock Board -- a chance for the viewer to put themselves in the shoes of a board member and rate four NCOs for themselves. There are printable training aids available for the mock board portion. They can be found at: http://go.usa.gov/xYGkF Some other useful links: Regular Army and Reserve Component NCO email address (always confirm the address with the appropriate MILPER): [email protected] Example Field AAR (2015 SFC PSB): https://www.hrc.army.mil/site/protect/assets/directorate/tagd/fy15%20sfc%20psb%20field%20aar.pdf Board Preparation Checklist: https://www.hrc.army.mil/TAGD/Selection%20Boards MILPER messages: https://www.hrc.army.mil/Milper HRC Website: https://www.hrc.army.mil/ Board Information: https://www.hrc.army.mil/TAGD/Enlisted%20Promotions Officer Mock Board LPD: https://www.hrc.army.mil/TAGD/Selection%20Boards Army Publishing Directorate: http://www.apd.army.mil/
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U.S. Army Human Resources Command will conduct a Live Facebook Town Hall May 16 at 13:00 Eastern to discuss Centralized Promotions and Board File Preparation. Submit questions at @ArmyHRC and tune in for the most up-to-date, accurate information from The Adjutant General Directorate and Department of Army Secretariat for Selection Boards experts. Join us to Get It Right @ArmyHRC.
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Spec. Jonathan Loperena, a Postal Clerk at the 271st Human Resources Detachment, US Army Reserve-Puerto Rico, shares his experiences working in a deployed environment, currently in Afghanistan.
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