Job Overview

Summary

Civilian employees serve a vital role in supporting the Army mission.  They provide the skills that are not readily available in the military, but crucial to support military operations.  The Army integrates the talents and skills of its military and civilian members to form a Total Army.

About the Position:
You could experience the best of two worlds by taking advantage of the opportunity to become a Citizen Soldier in the United States Army Reserve Military Technician Program.  As a Citizen Soldier, you are employed by the Department of Army as a civilian working a normal full-time workweek with all the benefits available to a Federal service employee to include health and life insurance, retirement and Thrift Savings Plan, and accrual of leave (annual, sick and military).  When duty calls, you can proudly put on the uniform as a military service member of the United States Army Reserve and receive the pay and benefits associated with the military assignment.  As a member of the United States Army Reserve, you are required to perform military duty one weekend a month and at least fourteen days a year of annual training. In your civilian position, you perform work in direct support of the US Army Reserve in an administrative, professional or maintenance related position.  As a US Army Reserve Military Technician, you are a vital link in the chain of command of the United States Army Reserve and civil service, working with professionals like yourself at locations around the world or as close as next door.  As a civilian Military Technician you are one of the most important keys to combat readiness; as an Army Reservist you have the opportunity to perform military duty to defend and to serve your country by performing military duty when needed.

This is a permanent position.

This position is located at: United States Joint and Special Troops Support Command, 154 Judge Advocate General (Legal Office Detachment), Legal Command, Alexandria, Virginia.

Description of the Working Environment: Work is primarily performed in an office setting.

Who May Apply:

  • US Citizens

Duties

Duties of the position include:

•Perform administrative functions, clerical tasks and supply work.

•Process personnel and military pay actions.

•Prepare and process supply actions, training schedules, unit attendance records and general correspondence.

•Compile information for recurring and one-time reports related to functions of the unit.

•Review all work for compliance with regulations, policies and procedures.

•Provide advice on procedures for enlisting or transferring to a unit.

•Assist in completing forms and make arrangements for physical exams.

•Answer general questions on eligibility for promotions, transfers, discharges, etc.

•Monitor key logistical areas that impact unit readiness, such as equipment serviceability and on-hand status of equipment.