ALABAMA ARMY NATIONAL GUARD
ACTIVE GUARD/RESERVE (AGR) VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT
8 March 2013
9 April 2013
& Retention NCO
SPC/E-4 Ė SSG/E-6
UNIT/LOCATION:† 22nd †Rec & Ret BN, Athens, AL
NOMINATING OFFICIAL:†† AGR Selection Board
TOUR LENGTH:††† Three (3) Years
***********************Onboard AGRs encouraged to apply***********************
Open to members of the Regular Army, Army Reserves, and Army National Guard.
This is a 3-year stabilized tour, which may or may not be extended based on the needs of the service. Relocation may be required. Selected soldiers will be assigned to station location based on the needs of the service.
Area of Consideration:
First Area:† current title 32 AGR† personnel assigned to the Alabama Army National Guard
Second Area:† all others
Must meet medical standards IAW AR 40-501, chapter 3 or 4. A physical profile of 132221
Must have a 110 GT score or we can request only one of the following waivers:
a. If you are an E-4, you must have a 110 and have completed WLC.
b. E-5 and above who donít have a minimum score of 110 in aptitude area GT can receive a wavier with a 100 GT and 96 or above in aptitude area ST on ASVAB.
High school diploma graduates or has completed one (1) year of college with a GED (no waiver).
Meet† selection criteria in National Guard Regulations 601-1, 600-200, 600-5, 600-10, 601-280, and AR 135-18 as applicable. No record of conviction by special or general courts-martial or civilian courts of offenses listed in AR 27-10 (Military Justice), chapter 24, or otherwise required to register as a sexual offender under AR 27-10, chapter 24.
Must complete Recruiting & Retention NCO course at the National Guard Professional Education Center within the initial 180 days of the AGR tour.
JOB DESCRIPTION:Recruiting & Retention NCOs must conform to the highest moral and ethical responsibilities required of a NCO. RRNCOs are responsible for managing their own time and often work long and erratic hours to accomplish assigned missions. Must maintain compliance with applicable strength maintenance regulations, policies, procedures, and State guidance, including the 5-1-2-1 and 1 principle. Specific tasks, duties and responsibilities include the following:
1. Establishes and maintains contacts in designated recruiting area in order to generate interest, leads and enlistment into the AL ARNG. Conducts telephone prospecting, area canvassing and other lead generation activities.
Application Procedures and Checklist: To ensure you have included the required documents with your application, please mark the following blocks (1-11).
Example:†††† †x Signed NGB FORM 34-1.
_____1.† Form 34-1 dated Feb 2010† and application must be signed.†
_____ 2. Copy of MEDPROS IMR Report.
_____ 3.† A current height/weight statement from Commander, which includes your height/weight.† Also if you exceed the MAW, you must submit a DA Form 5500-R, Body Fat Content Worksheet.
_____ 4.† Enlisted Record Brief (ERB) with ASVAB scores posted.
_____ 5.† Copies of all DD Form 214s and a copy of current RPAM Statement.
__≠___ 6.† Copy of current DA Form 705 (APFT Scorecard) with last two record APFT.
_____ 7.† If your current grade exceeds the maximum grade of this announcement, you must submit a statement indicating willingness to accept an administrative reduction.
_____ 8.† Official military photograph
††††††††† †††9.† Copies of last 3 NCOERs if applicable.
_____10. Favorable Action Statement: This document must be signed by your Commander or their designated representative within the last 30 days, identifying that the service member is not / should not be under a current suspension of favorable personnel action.† AL ARNG Soldiers flagged in RCAS as of the closing date of the announcement will be disqualified.
_____ 11.† Letter of Acknowledgement (current on boards AGR only) Letter from your current full time supervisor acknowledging that you are applying for a different full time position. †
Application packet must be received NLT COB on 9 Apr 2013.† Send to: JFHQ, ATTN: AL-HRO-MDM, 1720 Congressman W.L. Dickinson Drive, Montgomery, AL 36109-0711.† Any questions concerning this announcement contact SFC Rush (334) 213-7722.
FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH THESE PROCEDURES WILL RESULT IN RETURN OF APPLICATION WITHOUT ACTION. INCOMPLETE APPLICATION PACKETS WILL NOT BE PROCESSED.† APPLICATIONS RECEIVED AFTER CLOSING DATE WILL NOT BE PROCESSED.
Individuals must attend all periods
of IDT/AT with unit of assignment without additional compensation as directed
by the commander
Job announcement and NGB 34-1 are on the HRO web site @ www.al.ngb.army.mil/careers/HRO
1.† Must be able to become a Federally recognized member of the Army National Guard of Alabama.
2.† Must be able to serve at least 3 years in an active military status prior to:† (a) Completing 18-years of active Federal service, or (b) The date of mandatory removal (without any extension under any provision of law or regulation from Ready Reserve status based on age or service as prescribed by current directives).
3.† Meet medical standards as prescribed by AR 40-501, chapter† 3, 4 or 5.
4.† Must meet physical standards prescribed by AR 600-9.
5.† Must not be under current suspension of favorable personnel actions.
6.† Applicants who voluntarily separate from the AGR program for one or more days are not eligible to reenter the program for one year from date of separation.
7.† Applicants must not be entitled to receive Federal military retired or retainer pay, receive Federal civil service annuities, or be eligible for immediate Federal civil service annuities.
8.† Individuals who voluntarily resign from the AGR program in lieu of adverse personnel actions are not eligible to reenter the program.
9.† Individuals who have been separated from other military services for cause, unsuitability, or unfitness for military service (other than temporary medical disability) are ineligible to enter the AGR program.
10. Individuals who would attain 18 or more years of active military service during their initial tour period of AGR duty are ineligible to enter the AGR program.
11. Individuals involuntarily separated from the AGR program are not eligible to reenter the program.
12. Eligibility of females will be consistent with existing Department of the Army Combat Exclusion policies.† Selection and nomination will be made from those applicants determined best qualified in terms principally involving experience, demonstrated ability, performance, training and education.
13. Must be eligible for AGR service IAW AR 135-18.
14. Possess a Secret level security clearance (or interim).† Security clearance cannot be suspended or denied.
1.† Applicants are subject to personal interview upon notification of time and place.
2.† Selection and nomination will be made without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, gender, political affiliation, or age.