AGC Career choices

#1
Hi All,

Apologies if this has already been asked, I couldn't find anything on the search function.

I am currently looking at joining up as a Clerk, obviously I need to put down 3 career choices, does anyone have any advise on other choices to pick?

Many Thanks,

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#2
Doesn't matter if you want to go AGC (SPS). Just put down two others your BARB score allows you to do and chin them off when you go to Recruit Selection Centre.
 
#3
Thanks SuperC - I can't really put everything down tho!

I will look on the MOD site and see what else there is in AGC etc.

Cheers

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nark

Old-Salt
#4
Hi Star,

Clerks are now known as "COMBAT HUMAN RESCOURCES SPECIALISTS" to define their roles in supporting the Field Force.

Military Clerk is obsolete as it is to dull and office sounding. It's a brilliant job choice within the Army with plenty of scope for travel and promotion.
 
#6
nark said:
Hi Star,

Clerks are now known as "COMBAT HUMAN RESCOURCES SPECIALISTS" to define their roles in supporting the Field Force.

Military Clerk is obsolete as it is to dull and office sounding. It's a brilliant job choice within the Army with plenty of scope for travel and promotion.
So a Combat Human Rescources Specialist is not a clerk? Does that mean I have to re-make one of the parking signs I made yesterday to read - 'Chief Combat Human Rescources Specialist'??

Who 'clerks' for the army nowadays in areas where we have no civilian support? I only ask as in a brief I received recently from a SPS Sgt, he said that we would have two SPS 'clerks' (I use his words not mine) when we deploy.

And yes, clerk is dull and office sounding, it does suit those who choose to 'clerk' though don't you think?
 
#7
Zorro247 said:
And yes, clerk is dull and office sounding, it does suit those who choose to 'clerk' though don't you think?
We know it, you know it, the rest of the Army know it, the people choosing our job title live in a strange strange world. I can't keep up it changes so often lately.

I honest to god don't see what the problem with being called a clerk is, I mean "COMBAT HUMAN RESCOURCES SPECIALISTS" WTF is that shit!.

Even Star says " I want to join as a Clerk" and (S)he's not in yet.

just ridiculous.

/end rant.
 
#8
jt9563 said:
Zorro247 said:
And yes, clerk is dull and office sounding, it does suit those who choose to 'clerk' though don't you think?
We know it, you know it, the rest of the Army know it, the people choosing our job title live in a strange strange world. I can't keep up it changes so often lately.

I honest to god don't see what the problem with being called a clerk is, I mean "COMBAT HUMAN RESCOURCES SPECIALISTS" WTF is that s***!.

Even Star says " I want to join as a Clerk" and he's not in yet.

just ridiculous.

/end rant.


My bold!! - She's not in yet!!! :p
 

B_AND_T

MIA
Book Reviewer
#9
I'm a clerk!!!!!!!

But I'm also a bit of a cunt!!
 
#10
How did you get that naughty word through the filter......
 
#11
STAR123 said:
My bold!! - She's not in yet!!! :p
In my defence, you never said you were a split Arrse :wink:
 
#13
are you flirting with me :blowkiss:
 

B_AND_T

MIA
Book Reviewer
#14
To be fair JT, how many blokes would have a user name of star?
 
#15
I'm a star.......
 
#17
Damn it!
 
#19
STAR123 said:
Hi All,

Apologies if this has already been asked, I couldn't find anything on the search function.

I am currently looking at joining up as a Clerk, obviously I need to put down 3 career choices, does anyone have any advise on other choices to pick?

Many Thanks,

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Hi Star, the AGC is comprised of four branches which are:


Staff and Personnel Support Branch (SPS)
The Staff & Personnel Support (SPS) Branch is the largest branch of the Adjutant General's Corps (AGC) and provides specialist HR / Personnel/ Business Administration, Finance, Accounting and IT support to the British Army, during peacetime and on operations. Its personnel serve alongside and administer every unit in the British Army.


Provost Branch
The Provost Branch of the Adjutant General's Corps includes 3 distinct organisations, the Royal Military Police, the Military Provost Staff and the Military Provost Guard Service.


Educational and Training Services Branch
Educational and Training Services (ETS) officers provide learning and development opportunities for serving personnel wherever they are around the world.


Army Legal Services Branch
The Army Legal Services Branch of the Adjutant Gerneral's Corps is a specialist all officer Branch, who are professionally qualified as solicitors, barrsters or Scottish advocates before joining. The role of the ALS is the provision of legal support to the Army.


I hope this helps.
 

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