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Productive and Challenging Place to work
Logistical Management Specialist (Former Employee), Kansas City, MOMarch 7, 2015
Pros: challenge, benefits, and travel
Cons: n/a
Typical day of work as a civilian working for the Army is in an office setting. Doing daily functions with military systems and dealing local companies procuring logistical support to help meet operations. Dealing with internal down trace units on Brigade size organizational chart to ensure that there needs are met, that they are able to provide the logistical support necessary and are able to accomplish missions as planned.
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Potential Growth
Automated Logistical Specialist (Current Employee), Shelby, MSOctober 5, 2014
Pros: progression in rank
Cons: constant change in leadership
Each day I learn something new, which increases my chances of being successful with future employment and opportunities. The knowledge I gain from the Army allows me to share with other to help make my team stronger. I enjoy being apart of a team and being the leader of the my team. Taking care of soldiers and completing the mission is priority for our organization.
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Human Resource Manager/Program Manager
Human Resource Assistant/Program Manager (Current Employee), Fort Bragg, NCOctober 8, 2013
• Creates and briefs Senior Level Staff Officers on existing and changing military awards regulations and policies (3 Star/GS15 and below)
• Researches and develops statistical information for executive decisions
• Created new procedures to streamline the processing of military recommendations
• Manages the timely processing and presentation of military award recommendations of 22 subordinate commands and 9 USARC staff sections to include OCAR and USARC Command Groups; uses ARSAPTS to ensure proper preparation and staffing of actions
• Conducts Staff Assistance Visits to verify the proper implementation of Army policy, procedures and congressional legislation and brief 1 and 2 Star Commands on the results and improvements needed
• Prepares formal and informal correspondence for congressional inquiries, Senior Staff and General Officer requests for information
• Writes policy and precedence on procedures and coordinates the implementation of these procedures; fields inquiries regarding previous actions, past case decisions and handles sensitive case information and other non-routine requests for guidance of current policies
• Planning and creating a web database that will track the location of award recommendations from start to finish thus reducing the time needed to complete requests
• Assisted in the drafting of the USARC Awards policy published Mar 12, 2013; provided information for changes to be implemented in the next revision of the Military Awards Regulation
• Provides training, guidance, interpretation of regulations and briefing to subordinate commands, peers and senior staff officers
• Formally recognized by the USARC Command Sergeant Major, the Commanding General of the 75th Training Division(Battle Command) and Commander of Army Reserve Careers Division for my customer service and training provided
• Works hand in hand with outside contractors developing new databases that track and assist in the approval process of awards.
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Something new everyday
Human Resources Specialist (Former Employee), KYAugust 23, 2013
Pros: variety
Cons: personal time
Learned how team work actually is facilitated; loved the people and the variety in tasks.
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quantity driven work environment
TOOL MANAGER / MOBILE EQUIPMENT REPAIRER (Former Employee), Fort Bliss, TXOctober 22, 2012
Pros: paid holidays, benefits
Cons: management, budget, short lunch break, lack of innovation
-10 hour shift, two 15 min breaks, 30 min lunch, slow internet, low morale
-excell spread sheets, tool room management unofficially, the importance of ethics and values, basic mechanics, how to operate various Army equipment
- poor management, lack of leadership skills, competence, courage, and empathy, a yes-man
-mostly older than myself, low morale, like to talk about how things could be better
-staying motivated, dealing with managemnt, lack of resources and facilitation, struggling to meet unrealistic deadlines, lack of quality
-receiving pay, going home, holidays and weekends

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