Coordinates the logistics for weekend and annual training. Plans and establishes priorities; assigns, distributes, and reviews work of subordinate unit sections and personnel. Maintains liaison with local Army recruiting personnel to coordinate unit recruiting requirements and refer applicants for enlistment.
Interviews and counsels prospective reservists and re-enlistees. Accomplishes supply transaction, maintenance of unit property records, and overall property accountability.
Counsels and advises unit personnel on availability of courses, and discusses the nature of courses required for specific MOS attainment. Insures that subsistence is available for unit training assemblies.
Gathers information for and prepares various training and status reports for the commander and higher headquarters review. Supervises and directs the work of lower graded full-time civilian and military employees.
Incumbent of this position must be able to obtain and retain a Secret Security Clearance. Maintaining the unit property book, documenting Unit303tech cert, and supporting document files; conducting inventories, requisitioning necessary supplies and equipment; preparing relief from responsibility documents; maintaining a library of supply publications; and assuring pick-up and turn-in of supply items.
Receives staff supervision guidance from civilian technicians of higher echelon normally located at the same facility or geographic location who are available to provide assistance as requested.
Operates a motor vehicle in the performance of these duties. Insures that required preventive maintenance is scheduled and performed.
If the unit is a U. Selects new personnel into the unit based on unit needs and requirements. This responsibility requires an in-depth knowledge of a variety of regulations concerning the overall operations of the unit, to include knowledge of the functional aspects of the unit mission, as well as those related to administration, training, supply, military personnel and pay administration, security, retention, equipment maintenance, public affairs, etc.
Insures that equipment needed to support training and unit operations is ready and available when needed. As the day-to-day administrator of the organization, and top full-time civilian Army Reserve Technician in the unit to which assigned, assists the Commander in exercising the functions of command.
Prepares for official inspections, annual training, weapons qualification, and training exercises and prepares reports as necessary. Maintains liaison with higher headquarters speaking for the Commander in clarifying administrative matters, explaining views, or explaining implications of pending problems and programs involving the unit.
Resolves scheduling, transportation, feeding, and billeting considerations. Army infantry unit with specific gender requirements, only male applicants will be considered for this position.
Exercises appropriate management responsibility primary duty over a recognized organizational unit with a continuing function, AND b. As part of the retention program counsels Reservists on career development, i. Serves as unit coordinator for personnel and payroll related activities. Acts for the commander in coordinating unit preparation for official inspections, Command Staff visits, and similar activities.
When unit is involved in events, coordinates with appropriate officials concerning unit responsibilities. Takes necessary action such as submitting work requests to supporting maintenance facility to have maintenance and repair of equipment accomplished. Assists Army recruiters with school or civic activities by representing the unit.
Customarily and regularly directs 2 or more employees, AND c. Assures that adequate repair parts and cleaning material are on hand to support unit maintenance operations. Coordinates maintenance and repair of unit equipment. Accomplishes assignments independently to include making necessary contacts, committing services and providing authoritative explanation of rules, regulations, and procedures.
Based on knowledge of training requirements for the unit, prepares requests for Army Service Schools, courses, and correspondence courses. Gathers facts for and prepares a variety of recurring and one-time reports.
Coordination may involve contacts with labor unions, city, county, or state officials. Briefs commander and staff on changes in appropriate publications. Foreign Exemption - Note: Participates in the program planning process. Occasionally performs minor cleaning and adjusting of equipment.
Manages the supply program for the unit.Chief, National Guard Bureau Official: GEORGE R. BROCK Chief, Plans and Policy Division History. This printing supersedes NGR /ANGIdated 31 March Summary. This regulation prescribes the policies, procedures, and responsibilities governing National Guard military technician compatibility criteria.
Applicability. Unit Principles of diversity, equality and inclusion in adult social care settings 46 (TECH CERT) Level 3 Level 3 Level 2 (England, Wales and 8 Level 2 and 3 Certificate in Preparing to Work in Adult Social Care ( /03). The Certificate in Preparing to work in Adult Social Care is part of the Health and Social Care Apprenticeship Framework.
These qualifications are aimed at anyone interested in or starting out in a career in adult social care in England. TechCERT is Sri Lanka’s first and largest Computer Emergency Readiness Team (CERT).
TechCERT was originally formed as a pioneering project of the LK Domain Registry and its academic partners, as a way of providing a safety net for large and small organizations against cyber-attacks and emergency situations.
Level 3 Technical Certificate in Business and Administration Principles of Managing Information and Producing Documents in a Business Environment This assignment comprises the assessment for the Unit of the Certificate in Principles of Business Administration.
Wear on your collar or above your pocket. Available in gold or silver. Generic insignia; A.C.O. Animal Control Officer, C.E.T.
Certified Euthanasia Technician, A.S.O.Download