Information on the Army and its Soldiers and Officers needs to be very organized and properly documented. It's the Human Resources Information System Management Specialist's job to keep it that way. The Human Resources Information System Management Specialist operates and manages the information systems for field personnel, as well as trains and assists all system users.
Some of your duties as a Human Resources Information System Management Specialist may include:
Receive, review, analyze, process, distribute and maintain personnel information files and supporting documentation
Prepare update cycle control documents and input and transmits to servicing data processing facility
Maintain authorized strength levels, organizational and systems control files
Execute and monitor automated interface with other automated systems
Monitor status of unresolved errors and initiates required corrective action
Monitor process of feedback from HQDA and takes necessary corrective action
Monitor performance of systems users
Identify problems and discrepancies
Provide assistance or refer resolution to superiors
Prepare correspondence and forms in draft and final copy
Post changes to Army regulations and other publications
Related Civilian Jobs
In civilian life, a Human Resources Information System Management 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 that you'll acquire as a Human Resources Information System Management Specialist.
Also Free College Courses the entire time you are in the service.
Up to $129,020 to go to College while serving.
Up to $86,536 to go to college AFTER the military with your rent covered by the Military for 3 full years.
Up to $40,000 dollar sign on bonus.
Student Loan repayment of up to $50,000.
Free Medical and Dental.
30 days paid vacation.
And many, many more
You must be:
No Major Law Violations (Sexual Misconducts, Domestics..)
No Major Medical issues (Missing Limbs, Mental Health Issues..)
Be a US Citizen or Hold at least a green card (I-551)
High School Diploma/GED holder
New York, NY
Thu, 13 Apr 2017 11:50:42 PDT