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Regimental Administrative Warrant Officer (11959)

Vacancy summary

Army
1853684
OR-8 - WO2
Warrant Officer 2

07/03/2024, 17:00 

April 2024
36 MTHS
prembahadur.ale237@mod.gov.uk
Army
AGC
Any
Bristol UOTC
Bristol
United Kingdom
FTRS - Home Commitment

Vacancy detail

Domestic Considerations: Whilst the ability to commute and work in Bristol is desirable much of the tasks required of the RAWO can be conducted remotely. Work is focused on Mon-Fri during the Academic Term with the university recesses offering greater opportunity for flexible working and personal leave opportunities. This post can be adapted around child caring responsibilities.
This is a FTRS (HC) post and the only travel / nights out of bed required would be in order to conduct any role specific training that is required once assigned.

Responsibilities: 
1. Manage, supervise and train unit administrative staff; comprised of civilian Admin Officer and Admin Assistance, and two Reserve JNCO HR administrators.
2. Operate unit public funds, including cash, COM and EPC.
3. Support the Adjt/RAO to manage the Unit in accordance with the UAM, including management reports, postal, travel, pay and allowances, personal documents.
4. Lead on all Reserve pay issues including RAPS assurance, issue resolution and bounty payment.
5. Champion the Army Leadership Code and unit Supervisory Care Directive.
6. Provide G1 technical advice and support to the unit CoC.
7. Act as Unit A/RCMO (Systems Administrator including 8005 administration), Information Support Officer (iHub and SharePoint Administrator) and Assistant UWO (including PAPMIS/WISMIS Administrator), PIRM and PVRO.
AABB,  SSA, COM operator
MODNET, PVRO, PIRM, Reserve RCMO
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BrUOTC delivers a leadership, military and adventure training to university students.  The pace peaks at the start of the autumn term and in the run up to the annual summer exercise, that each bookend the weekly training nights and 7 training weekends.  To balance the busy period; activities are forecasted and rarely move, and there are quieter periods during the holiday and exam periods.  

This opportunity is closed to applications.