Enlisted personnel have a wide choice of administrative careers in the Army. The work in finance, human resources, assist the chaplains, take care of all the supplies and much more. All of them require extra training and can lead to well paying jobs in civilian life.
Chaplain Assistant . A Chaplain Assistant in the Army is the organizer of the Chaplain Corps. They co-ordinate operations, operate the vehicles, communications and handle the paperwork. They also proved crisis intervention. To become a Chaplain Assistant, you need to complete the basic 9 week basic training course and then an additional 7 weeks of training in the speciality.
Financial Management Technician A Financial Management Technician handles budgeting, disburses funds for travel and vendors, solders pay and civilian employees. The candidate goes through 9 weeks of basic training followed by 9 weeks of classroom instruction in Accounting principles and procedures, Preparation and maintenance of financial reports and budgets, Statistical and Computation of pay and deductions
Human Resource Information System Management Specialis t A Human Resource Information System Management Specialist in the Army is responsible for information systems for field personal and trains as well as assists others who use the system. A candidate needs to complete the 9 week basic training followed by 8 weeks of classroom instruction where they learn Basic typing, General office skills, How to prepare military correspondence and forms, How to manage personnel records and Computer update and retrieval procedures
Human Resources Specialist A Human Resources Specialist in the Army helps other soldiers with their careers and provides personnel support to all divisions. Candidates must complete the 9 week basic training followed by 8 weeks of individual training and on the job instruction in Basic typing skills, How to prepare Army correspondence and forms and How to manage personnel records and computer update and retrieval procedures
Combat Documentation/Production Specialist A Combat Documentation/Production Specialist help produce Army training films. They are responsible for documenting both combat and non- combat operations. The candidates must pass the 9 week basic training course followed by 26 weeks of individual triaining and on the job instruction where they learn Motion picture equipment operation, Audio recording Scripting and special effects techniques and Maintenance of public address sound equipment
Shower/Laundry and Clothing Repair Specialist A Shower/Laundry and Clothing Repair Specialist in the Army is responsible for seeing to it that their unit’s laundry is organized, operate mobile laundry system, shower units, light duty sewing machine and associated equipment and alter size, repair uniforms, and zippers. A candidate must pass the 9 week basic training course followed by 8 weeks of individual training and on the job experience.
Unit Supply Specialist A Unit Supply Specialist in the Army is responsible for seeing to it that their unit gets the supplies it needs when it needs them. That includes food, medicines, ammunition, spare parts and other supplies. They are also responsible for the units small arms. A candidate must pass the 9 week basic training course followed by 8 weeks of individual training where they learn Stock control and accounting procedures, Procedures for shipping, receiving, storing and issuing stock, Procedures for handling medical and food supplies and Movement, storage and maintenance of ammunition