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MIL CLERK

Vacancy summary

Army
1161116
OR-2 - AB - Mne - Pte - AS2/AS1, OR-3 - LCpl - L/Cpl
Lance-Corporal, Private

30/09/2022, 23:55 

December 2022
36 months
Alisa.Scott101@mod.gov.uk
Army
AGC
Command Support, Reserves
QUEENS UOTC, Belfast
Antrim
United Kingdom
RSDs - Reserve Service Days

Vacancy detail

Domestic Considerations: Up to 44 RSDs per year that includes Reserve training weekends and 15-day Annual Deployment Exercise usually in May/Jun of each year.
Position Role: Mil Clerk required to develop the leadership potential of selected students and Army Reserve potential officers, and to promote the  Army's ethos and career opportunities in order to secure commitment to the Army, first as officers, but also as future leaders in their chosen profession who will champion the Army in society.
Responsibilities:
1.  The Reserve Military Clerk working alongside the RAWO is instrumental to the efficiency of the unit and must be skilled in all aspects of administration including recruiting and finance.
2.  Support the Adjt and RAWO with all aspects of unit administration both manually and electronically.
3.  Operate IT Systems - JPA/Churchill/RAPS/PPS/DRS and any other IT System not specified.
4.  Support the Adjt with the annual recruiting campaign, including all recruit administration from end-to-end in respect of the application process and guidance through DRS and/or create records on JPA. Then subsequent dispatch of enlistment documentation to APC Glasgow and retention of the AF B2026 and contents within the unit.
5.  Support the RAWO when preparing for G1A Inspections and produce monthly reports. Complete SOEASI checks and review of SMART data electronically and complete observations for action on COSMIC.
6.  Support training and other commitments.
7.  Undertake any other administrative tasks as directed.
IT Literacy (Word, Excel, MODNet, SharePoint, JPA, Churchill, RAPS, PPS)
SIPAC (R) - must be completed within 12 months of appointment.
iHub
Data Protection
Dvr Lic Cat B, C & D1

Army Appointment Board


Volunteer Reserve post employed on RSDs.
Must be an exemplar of the values and standards of the British Army & recommended for employment in a Basic Training establishment.

Applications should be submitted (ARes CV & Sldr PPP) to  Capt Alisa Scott, Adjt/RAO Queen's UOTC, Skype: 0300 1661690, alisa.scott101@mod.gov.uk

Further info available from WO2 Bernard Johnston RAWO QUOTC Skype: 0300 1601103

Bernard.Johnston167@mod.gov.uk

For more information about how to apply for this opportunity, please visit the Army Reserve webpage.

This opportunity is closed to applications.