Bewertung für U.S. Army als Operations Associate
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Work-life balanceWork-life balance at U.S. Army is definitely more work heavy.Pay & benefitsMy pay and benefits at U.S. Army are very good. 30 days paid leave per year, health benefits for whole family immediately. Education benefits.Job security and advancementIn terms of job security at U.S. Army, I think if you work hard, you can stay in to retire.ManagementIn general, managers at U.S. Army competent leaders.CultureCollaboration with my colleagues at U.S. Army is usually very easy and productive.OverallMy experience working at U.S. Army overall very positive.
12 hour days at least. Very high demands for the position. You really can only do this job for one year. The working culture is very stressful. It is expected to work well beyond the required time to work.
Long Exhausting Work hours
You will learn the proper way to lead, supervise and work with other people across the spectrum of the United States. I learned to appreciate more and complain less. After 30 years, I would do it all over again in regards to a career minus the professional and personal mistakes that I made along the way..
Zero defect mentality
Being a Soldier gives you the opportunity to complete the mission and make a difference in the world. You will also gain leadership experience, as well as a work-life balance that enables you to pursue your personal and professional goals. You will be part of a global family, and you will be provided all of the community amenities you need to raise your family and enjoy life.
The military provides structure and guidance. There are so many job opportunities within the military. They provide medical and college courses if your position permits you the time. You will be faced with challenges you never thought you could overcome and become a stronger individual; mentally and physically.
I am responsible for disseminating information to the JOC Director; obtaining SITREP's from components; bldg manager and SSR for Joint Operations Center. responsible for access requests submitted to SSO for review. I normally work shift work 12/hr shifts, sometimes 8/hr shifts. The workplace environment is comfortable with combination of military and civilian counterparts. The hardest part of my job is the amount of hours that I work on a continuous basis. What I like about my job is responsibility, working together as a team, and mission success.
working together as a team to ensure mission success
manned hours are long
The military lifestyle isn't for everyone, takes special individuals to be apart of the is occupation. Great life experience training for someone that needs structure.
Benefits and travel
Spending a significant time away from family
I have been with the US Army for 28+ years. The Warrant Officer program has been incredible and you have a great ability to effect the organization. The overall balance always depends on your current unit since you move every 3-4 years. I enjoyed the housing and education benefits. The larger bases have great medical.
days consisted of weapons and equipment maintenance, counter terrorism training, learned the value of depending on the person to your left and right when in battle
not being able to participate in Oktoberfest due to deployments
The recruiters and commercial show a proud team of soldiers that watch out for one another. That's what brainwashed me into joining. When I got through basic training and finally stationed, it is a whole different world. Everyone has to watch their own backs, be careful of your choice of alliances, and grow tough skin and a character mask to protect yourself.
A good life experience, shows you the toughness of reality
Recruiters only tell you the pretty things, not the whole truth.
I learned a lot of about loyalty and honor, duty and respect. I was the shop chief for the avionics shop and while deployed I was the Colonel and Command Sgt. Majors driver. Also I worked in Aviation Operations where I scheduled flights, prepared reports and scheduled training, and incoming personnel.