(ARNG M-DAY/TRADITIONAL) SWVA# 20-027 HHD 146th Medical BN 68W4O Operations Sergeant

Job Number: 20.027

Wage/Grade: 68W4O

Location: Ypsilanti

Opening Date: 20191120

Closing Date: 20191220

Additional Information:

MIARNG SGT-MSG Statewide Vacancy Announcement Request

 

Vacancy Information: 2 VACANCIES

  • Advertisement number: 20-027
  • Closing date: 20 December 2019
  • Address, city, state, ZIP: 7400 S. Huron River Dr., Ypsilanti, MI 48197
  • Unit name, PRN, and UIC: HHD 146 MMB, 666, P36AA
  • Para/Lin: 119/03 and 107-05
  • MOS: 68W4O
  • Duty title: OPERATIONS SERGEANT
  • Position rank or grade: E7 / SFC
  • Minimum rank to apply: E6 / SSG
  • Send packets to: SSG Greytok, Ryan – 7400 S. Huron River Dr., Ypsilanti, MI 48197
  • Point of contact: SSG Greytok, ryan.e.greytok.mil@mail.mil@mail.mil 734-896-4606

 

MOS Qualification: Soldiers do not have to be MOS qualified to apply; however, must be able to be awarded the MOS in accordance with DA PAM 611-21.

    • Physical demands rating: Significant (Gray)
    • OPAT level: Physical demands rating: A minimum OPAT score of Standing Long Jump (LJ) – 0140 cm, Seated Power Throw (PT) – 0400 cm, Strength Deadlift (SD) – 0140 lbs., and Interval Aerobic Run (IR) – 0040 shuttles in Physical Demand Category in “Significant” (Gray).
    • PULHES: 111121
  • No aversion to blood
  • Must possess finger dexterity in both hands
  • Vision: Red Green
  • ASVAB score requirements: Qualifying Scores. (a) A minimum score of 105 in aptitude area ST and 110 in aptitude area GT in Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) tests administered prior to 2 January 2002.(c) A minimum score of 101 in aptitude area ST and 107 in aptitude area GT on ASVAB tests administered on and after 1 July 2004. (b) A minimum score of 102 in aptitude area ST and 110 in aptitude area GT on ASVAB tests administered on and after 2 January 2002 and prior to 1 July.
  • Security clearance: Per AR 600-8-19, promotion to MSG and SGM requires an interim eligibility clearance or higher.
  • Civilian Education: Have a high school diploma or GED equivalency.
  • Other requirements: No history of alcoholism, drug addiction, indiscriminate use of habit-forming or dangerous drugs.

 

 

  1. No history of a felony conviction

(2)  No history of conviction of crimes involving:

(a) An out of hospital patient or a patient or resident of a medical care facility.

(b) Financial exploitation of a person entrusted to the care of the applicant.

(c) Any weapons/ammunition/explosives/arson charges.

(d) Any drug activity involving illegal possession, buying, selling, or distribution (dealing) of controlled substances or synthetics.

(e) Violence against persons, animals or property.

(f) Sexual misconduct.

(3) No record of conviction by special or general courts-martial or civilian courts of offenses listed in AR 27-10 (Military Justice) chapter 24 or otherwise required to register as a sexual offender under AR 27-10, chapter 24.

General Criteria:

  • Applicants cannot be under suspension of favorable actions, must have a current, valid record APFT and current weigh-in IAW Army body composition standards. Applicants must meet the position security clearance requirement. Soldiers without a current PHA may apply but, if selected, will not be promoted until the PHA is current.
  • CLASP: Refer to current MIARNG CLASP Policy to determine whether a waiver is needed. Further CLASP information (including technician compatibility information) is available from the MIARNG HRO office. If a waiver is required, blank forms and memo templates are posted to SharePoint under Enlisted Promotion Management -> SWVA -> CLASP templates. Promotion, lateral appointment, and reassignment are contingent on approval of the CLASP waiver. The effective date of promotion, lateral appointment, and reassignment will be the date the CLASP waiver is approved.
  • Formal Training: Completion of MOS 68W course conducted under auspices of Army Medical Department Center and School) mandatory; or completion of the Exportable 68W1O Course conducted by reserve component (RC) unit approved by the AMEDDC&S; or meet the ACASP criteria per paragraph 9-5b(7)(b) of this pamphlet and below in paragraph (a) for combat medic specialist MOSC 68W1O as outlined below.(b) Critical Care Flight Paramedic (MOSC 68WxxF2): Possess a current certification as a Nationally Registered Paramedic.2. Must possess a current and qualified Class 3 Flight Physical Examination.
  • 3. Must complete Course #081-300-F2, Critical Care Paramedic Course.
  • 1. Must complete 68W training under the auspices of the AMEDDC&S and be awarded MOS 68W prior to being assigned as a MOSC 68WxxF2.
  • (a) Combat Medic Specialist (MOSC 68W1O): Soldiers will be accelerated to the Army specific portion of the course (Limited Primary Care) if they hold: (1) One of the following certifications with the National Registry Emergency Medical Technician (NREMT); EMT, Advanced EMT, or Paramedic. (2) Current American Red Cross certification for Basic Life Support (BLS) for Healthcare Providers. Depending on determination of their certification expiration date/s, Soldiers will be accelerated to the next available class beginning in the Limited Primary Care Module.
  1. Must complete Course #871-300-F3, Aviation Crewmember Course.
  • All prior MOS 68W Soldiers serving in another MOS reclassifying back into MOS 68W, will be reviewed for validation of skills, by the proponent, during the reclassification process.

 

To apply, assemble a packet with the following documents:

  • Copy of the SWVA for which applying
  • Memorandum to the President of the Board
  • Letter of endorsement from current commander (unless currently on the promotion list)
  • GPVS-1790 Individual personnel qualification record
  • Enlisted record brief
  • Last three years’ worth of DA Form 705 or DTMS APFT history screenshot
  • DA Form 3349 Profile (if applicable)
  • DA Form 5500/5501 if exceeded screening table weight or DTMS weigh-in history screenshot.
  • DA Form 4187 waiving normal commuting distance (if applicable)
  • Last three NCOER’s
  • Current DA Photo
  • Proof of OPAT level MODERATE (DA 1059 moderate level MOS, DD 214, or OPAT scorecard)