Public Affairs Chief (Derzeitiger Mitarbeiter) – Germany – 10. Oktober 2019
The United States Army is not an easy job but it can be rewarding. You have toe be willing to fight for your country in austere environments but the military can also set you up for success later in life.
First Sergeant (Department Manager) (Ehemaliger Mitarbeiter) – Ansbach, Germany – 9. Oktober 2019
Rewarding but hazardous job. You need to ensure you are physically and mentally fit. This job is not fr the lazy and weak. Must know how t work well with others. Talk to a recruiter and travel the world
Sergeant in Charge Reconnaissance NCOIC (Ehemaliger Mitarbeiter) – Ansbach, Germany – 29. September 2019
Get over yourself be part of something that matters. It took a little while but I finally got it. You can do anything that you want in the Army. But you have to be committed to the Army first. Find out who you are. Find out what you're made of.
Inspection Team Trainer (Derzeitiger Mitarbeiter) – Hessen – 26. September 2019
In the Army you learn a multitude of skills that translate to Civilian life. Leadership, Management, Team building, Communication, Organization effectiveness all gear you to be able to work in a multi faceted environment either locally or globally.
Operations Manager (Ehemaliger Mitarbeiter) – Rheinland-Pfalz – 24. September 2019
I managed the school logs and database for all schools within NATO and trained the subordinates in ATRRS and DTMS. While assigned to the unit, we inspected the units to ensure all were in compliance with regulatory guidance.
Paid leave and medical time off
Frequent travels on business away from family and activities.
Human Resource Supervisor (Ehemaliger Mitarbeiter) – Stuttgart. Germany – 21. September 2019
I enjoyed traveling to different countries and all over the United States. Even though the job was very difficult at times, it was very rewarding. I loved the camaraderie that the military instills. The hardest part of the job was being away from family during deployment, but I loved that I was able to serve my country.
Plans and Operations Manager (Ehemaliger Mitarbeiter) – Sembach,Germany – 12. September 2019
Managed and orchestrated training and oversaw training schedules for USANATO Brigade. Maintained an ATRRS account for accountable school slots throughout the brigade for civilian and military personnel.
Soldier (Ehemaliger Mitarbeiter) – Vilseck, Germany – 4. August 2019
Wake up at 0530 mon-friday to report at 0630. Do physical training from 0630-0800. Recieve daily task at 0800- 0810. Breakfast 0810-0930. Show up to work at the right time, right uniform, right place to perform daily task. work from 0930-1130 then go off to lunch. Come back from lunch at 1300 to finsh where we left off. Until task was complete we would get released. Hardest part about this job was dealing with people who did not care about the job and would not take it serious. Most enjoyable part of the job at the end of the night were the stuff that would happen throughout the day and the friendships you make.