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Become A Non-Commissioned Officer

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Working As A Non-Commissioned Officer

  • Interacting With Computers
  • Getting Information
  • Making Decisions and Solving Problems
  • Communicating with Supervisors, Peers, or Subordinates
  • Processing Information
  • Deal with People

  • Mostly Sitting

  • $68,000

    Average Salary

Example Of What A Non-Commissioned Officer does

  • Reviewed flight file plan, 45 delegation/additional duty letters, Fuels Management Directives & Checklists for accuracy.
  • Performed as Platoon Sergeant for 32 Enlisted Platoon members while managing Repair and Maintenance shop.
  • Dispatch and maintain fuel logs for Government vehicles.
  • Advised each incoming recruit on personal and professional development to include finances and evaluation of college courses for career progression.
  • Supervised and ensured all Department of Defense (DOD) and federal regulations were established and followed.
  • Provided accountability for all members of a company of 180 people.
  • March 1998 Certificate of training for Weapons of Mass Destruction.
  • Appointed as the IEW Maintenance Fire Marshall; monitored safety policies.
  • Awarded Noncommissioned Officer of the Quarter, 109th Medical Battalion, Third Quarter 2003.
  • Provided technical, tactical, and logistical support to Iraqi counterparts.
  • Processed Soldier documents into I-Perms; maintains status reports and files.
  • Entrusted with Secret Security Clearance.
  • Supervised 12 marines and ensured combat readiness.
  • Awarded Good Conduct Medal every two years.
  • Supervised/managed five civilians and eight military personnel.
  • Supervised the completion of drills, duties, and brigade level events
  • Trained site personnel on in house equipment, fault isolation procedures, quality control testing.
  • Advised soldiers on community resources, made referrals and devised realistic treatment plans.
  • Managed, maintained and coordinated system updates of all EW equipment assigned to the BDE and subordinate units.
  • Upgraded squadron PC's with Windows 95, Microsoft Office 95 and later 97.

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Top Skills for A Non-Commissioned Officer

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Top Non-Commissioned Officer Skills

  1. Military Personnel
  2. Procedures
  3. Combat
You can check out examples of real life uses of top skills on resumes here:
  • Provided personnel security to senior military personnel, US and foreign government officials.
  • Ensured established procedures for prepared schedules and tracking compliance of all preventive maintenance requirements were complied with.
  • Instructed and supervised the training of soldiers during combat operations.
  • Reviewed the output from information retrieval requests, preventing any data inconsistencies.
  • Provided administrative and computer support to Clinic Commander and Dental Clinic.

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