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Personnel Management NCO

Developmental counseling statement sample covering Personnel Management NCO

Possible topics to discuss during counseling:

  • Close out last quarter’s counseling (Assessment Section of DA Form 4856)
  • Performs duties on a communications electronic team for a U.S. Army Reserve Personnel Center
  • Manage all administrative and finance correspondence
  • Manage all promotion data
  • Manage all personnel accountability reports
  • Manage and coordinate all in/out processing
  • Manage the sponsorship program
  • Manage and advise the commander on family care plans
  • Manage the non-deployable report
  • Manage and process all UCMJ action paperwork
  • Manage and advise the commander on Army Family Team Building Program
  • Provides advice and technical assistance to subordinates and commanders
  • Disseminates operation information to subordinates to ensure C2 communications connectivity
  • Request and ensures appropriate logistical support is available at all times
  • Assimilates and reports personnel statistics
  • Develops and implements training programs for personnel
  • Uses automated data processing equipment (desktop computer) to process operational and administrative information
  • Write or interpret operation orders, policy letters and standing operating procedures
  • Manages the day to day operations and duties of the personnel center
  • Prepares and submits TDY orders for approval
  • Ensure compliance with security regulations governing equipment and automated data processing (ADP) equipment used
  • Participates in community/post activities
  • Encourages subordinates to enroll in college courses
  • Cross-trains soldiers on all section tasks to promote efficiency and achieve section missions
  • Proficient on all tactical and technical skills
  • Prepares the section for unit inspections
  • Looks for better ways to accomplish the mission
  • Develops challenging training to encourage the development of all soldiers
  • Responsible for the accountability, training, health, welfare and morale of subordinate personnel
  • Enforce and maintain standards on established Army and unit training programs–APFT, CTT, weapons qualification, weight control, etc
  • Enforce and maintain Army Value standards
  • Counsel subordinates on professional growth and performance counseling
  • Additional or appointed duties

Short Term Goal:

  • College Courses
  • Promotion-update DA Photo and personnel records
  • Obtain ASI 2S, Battle Staff Operations
  • Upcoming exercises/missions, unit inspections

Long Term Goals:

  • First Sergeant
  • Battalion Operations Sergeant
  • Sergeant Major

Below is a space for you to list additional topics that may apply uniquely to your situation:

Possible Plan of Action: (Person counseled develops plan with counselor’s guidance.)

  • Inspect administrative procedures to ensure the section can accomplish its mission
  • Develop a SOP for all personnel actions
  • Establish continuity books on all task that the section is responsible for
  • Review and counsel subordinates as required
  • Maintain accurate logs on all administrative and finance actions
  • Maintain leader book on subordinate personnel

Possible Leader’s Responsibilities: (This is only an example for you to use as a guide.)

  • Provide soldier with philosophy and goals expected
  • Talk daily about what is going right and what is going wrong
  • Provide soldier with a copy of all SOPs and policy letters
  • Provide soldier with short/long term calendars
  • Provide soldier with required resources to conduct training and operations
  • Inspect operation and management of the personnel administrative section
  • Provide sample of required leader book items

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