Personal Duties Essay

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Input required Soldier personnel data accurately and in a timely fashion in the HR system of record, currently e-MILPO for AC and deployed RC units, soon to be DIMHRS for all Soldiers of all components. Ensure subordinate battalions input required Soldier personnel data accurately and in a timely fashion in the HR system of record.
 Execute error reconciliation for the Soldier HR database of record. Prepare personnel estimates and appendices to OPLANs/OPORDs.
 Ensure HR concept of support compliments tactical plans, their branches and sequels, and the commander’s desired end-state.
 Execute required EPS actions to include awards, evaluations, personnel actions, promotion boards, and the management of semi-centralized promotion actions.
 Manage the personnel strength of the BDE/BCT and subordinate units; manage the assigned DMSL. Execute oversight on personnel readiness reporting, to include ASRU, conducted by subordinate BN S-1 sections.
 Execute oversight on PASR reporting, to include DTAS daily updating, conducted by subordinate BN S-1 sections.
 Execute BDE/BCT replacement operations.
 Provide oversight for internal ARIMS compliance. Perform Personnel Automation Systems (PAS) management for the BDE/BCT.
 Serve as the personnel records custodian for the MPF.
 Prepare casualty reports in compliance with local, theater, and Army policies. Provide or coordinate forms and publications management, Privacy Act and Freedom of Information Act inquiries, and manage CIs within the brigade headquarters and subordinate units.
 Establish and document BDE/BCT personnel policies and SOPs. Coordinate with the HROC of the supporting Sustainment Brigade to obtain external HR support for the brigade.
 Ensure compliance with command responsibility for casualty correspondence (e.g. letters of condolence and sympathy).
 Coordinate command interests programs as directed (e.g. MWR, Voting Assistance Program, CFC, AER, Community Support Programs, Protocol, etc).
 Coordinate legal support of certain personnel activities to include service transfers and discharges, LOD investigations, conscientious objector processing, summary court officer appointments, and military justice.
 Perform limited HR support functions subordinate S-1 sections cannot perform such as records management, casualty information processing, data reconciliation, systems administration, strength management, and production of CACs/ID Tags.
 Perform Adjutant duties
During the deployment and reception, staging, onward movement, and integration (RSO&I) phase, commanders must thoroughly plan for sustainment operations and theater movement. Although S-1scontinue to focus on manning core competencies, they now begin to execute casualty operations and R5operations. R5 operations, and ensuring the establishment and accuracy of the initial BDE/BCT and BN portions of the DTAS deployed database, are critical during this phase. Prior to early entry operations or deployment execution, HR support should be on deployment from home station to the Aerial or Sea Port of debarkation (APOD or SPOD) and arrival into the area of responsibility (AOR). Critical HR tasks include maintaining personnel accountability, creating passenger manifests, and managing the personnel readiness data and personnel information on all deploying personnel. Key to the success of personnel information reliability and accuracy is ensuring that a sufficient number of HR personnel are included as part of the early entry element or theater opening package. Upon arrival in the AOR, the S-1 ensures arriving personnel are integrated into the deployed personnel…