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  • Question about national gaurd job I seen online.

    I have been looking for a job and I came across a human resources job at the national guard in my state. I was wondering what the qualification are for the job? What do I need to do to apply for the job? I have never been in the military. Will that be a problem?

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    Re: Question about national gaurd job I seen online.

    Does the job list the requirements? There may be some civilian positions being advertised as support, but generally speaking, it should state whether enlisting is a requirement or not.

    Now, to your question about enlisting, take a look at the National Guard website under Eligibility. That will give you a general idea of how it works. Let me know if you have any specific questions once you've looked at this.

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    • #3
      Re: Question about national gaurd job I seen online.

      Originally posted by sammysue89 View Post
      I have been looking for a job and I came across a human resources job at the national guard in my state. I was wondering what the qualification are for the job? What do I need to do to apply for the job? I have never been in the military. Will that be a problem?
      Post a link to what you saw.

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      • #4
        Re: Question about national gaurd job I seen online.

        Was the job listed for the state/Public Defense site or the national guard/veterans affairs site? One is a state job, not requiring enlistment. The other will....and will likely be filled within the next 2 weeks tops.

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        • #5
          Re: Question about national gaurd job I seen online.

          It did mention 10 weeks of basic training and 5 weeks of advanced individual training and on the job instuction. I do have two questions. When going through MEPS what are things they test there? What is the minimum weight requirement for women? Here's the website I saw today http://www.employmentguide.com/jobde...=jobstocareers

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          • #6
            Re: Question about national gaurd job I seen online.

            Originally posted by sammysue89 View Post
            It did mention 10 weeks of basic training and 5 weeks of advanced individual training and on the job instuction. I do have two questions. When going through MEPS what are things they test there? What is the minimum weight requirement for women? Here's the website I saw today http://www.employmentguide.com/jobde...=jobstocareers
            Job Description:


            Like any globe-spanning organization, the Army National
            Guard needs to keep the right personnel in the right positions and make sure
            that their records are accurately maintained. Human Resources (HR) Specialists
            are vital to this process. As an HR Specialist, you will primarily help Soldiers
            develop their Army careers and provide personnel support and assistance to all
            divisions of the Army.

            Responsibilities of the HR Specialist may
            include: organizing, maintaining, and reviewing personnel records; data entry
            and retrieval; processing recommendations; arranging awards ceremonies;
            preparing, updating, and coordinating requests for evaluations; preparing and
            monitoring Soldier requests for ID cards and tags, leaves of absence, and
            passes; ordering and maintaining office supplies; and maintaining filing
            systems.

            Plus, you'll be building a better future. In civilian life, an
            HR Specialist could work in any business that requires personnel or human
            resources experience. The payroll, timekeeping, and human resources departments
            of most companies require the kinds of skills acquired as an HR Specialist in
            the National Guard.

            Earn while you learn
            Get paid to learn! Join the
            National Guard and you will learn valuable job skills while earning a regular
            paycheck and qualifying for tuition assistance.

            Job training requires 10
            weeks of Basic Training, where you'll learn basic Soldiering skills, and five
            weeks of Advanced Individual Training and on-the-job instruction, where you will
            learn basic typing skills, how to prepare Army correspondence and forms, how to
            manage personnel records, and computer update and retrieval procedures.


            Applicants must meet minimum qualifications. Actual MOS assignment may
            depend on MOS availability. Benefits subject to change
            .


            You will have to be a member of the Guard to join. Watch the movie Private Benjamin and it is the same time of enticement. Similar to my AKO e-mails on being a part of the best in Civil Affiars or Communications when it is simply a Special Forces tryout plug!

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            • #7
              Re: Question about national gaurd job I seen online.

              Originally posted by fmcityslicker View Post
              Job Description:


              Like any globe-spanning organization, the Army National
              Guard needs to keep the right personnel in the right positions and make sure
              that their records are accurately maintained. Human Resources (HR) Specialists
              are vital to this process. As an HR Specialist, you will primarily help Soldiers
              develop their Army careers and provide personnel support and assistance to all
              divisions of the Army.

              Responsibilities of the HR Specialist may
              include: organizing, maintaining, and reviewing personnel records; data entry
              and retrieval; processing recommendations; arranging awards ceremonies;
              preparing, updating, and coordinating requests for evaluations; preparing and
              monitoring Soldier requests for ID cards and tags, leaves of absence, and
              passes; ordering and maintaining office supplies; and maintaining filing
              systems.

              Plus, you'll be building a better future. In civilian life, an
              HR Specialist could work in any business that requires personnel or human
              resources experience. The payroll, timekeeping, and human resources departments
              of most companies require the kinds of skills acquired as an HR Specialist in
              the National Guard.

              Earn while you learn
              Get paid to learn! Join the
              National Guard and you will learn valuable job skills while earning a regular
              paycheck and qualifying for tuition assistance.

              Job training requires 10
              weeks of Basic Training, where you'll learn basic Soldiering skills, and five
              weeks of Advanced Individual Training and on-the-job instruction, where you will
              learn basic typing skills, how to prepare Army correspondence and forms, how to
              manage personnel records, and computer update and retrieval procedures.


              Applicants must meet minimum qualifications. Actual MOS assignment may
              depend on MOS availability. Benefits subject to change
              .


              You will have to be a member of the Guard to join. Watch the movie Private Benjamin and it is the same time of enticement. Similar to my AKO e-mails on being a part of the best in Civil Affiars or Communications when it is simply a Special Forces tryout plug!
              Thank you so much that's what I needed to know

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              • #8
                Re: Question about national gaurd job I seen online.

                That's just a regular ad for a regular part time position in the guard that a recruiter put up. They do the same thing on Craigslist and they do it for every MOS.

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