Michigan Warrant Officer Vacancies
|1||631 TROOP COMD||Lansing||PROP ACCT TECH||920A|
|2||DET 1 MIARNG TNG CTR FT CUSTER||Battle Creek||PROPERTY BOOK OFF||920A|
|3||MIARNG TNG CTR CP GRAYLING||Grayling||CONSTRUCTION ENGR TECH||120A|
|4||JFHQ MI ARNG||Lansing||HUMAN RESOURCE OFCR||420A|
|5||JFHQ MI ARNG||Lansing||HUMAN RESOURCE OFCR||420A|
|6||JFHQ MI ARNG||Lansing||PROP ACCT OFCR||920A|
|7||JFHQ MI ARNG||Lansing||VICTIM ADVOCATE||011A|
|8||JFHQ MI ARNG||Lansing||PROP ACCT OFCR||920A|
|9||146TH MMB||Ypsilanti||AUTO MAINT WO||915A|
|10||146TH MMB||Ypsilanti||BATTALION MAINT OFF||670A|
|11||HHC 107 ENGR BN||Marquette||PROP ACCT TECH||920A|
|14||HHC 177 MP BDE (TAACOM)||Taylor||LEGAL ADMINISTRATOR||270A|
|15||HHD 210 MP BN||Taylor||AUTO MAINT WO||915A|
|16||1073 MAINT CO (NON DIV) (DS)||Greenville||EL SYS MNT WO||948B|
|17||1073 MAINT CO (NON DIV) (DS)||Greenville||AUTO MAINT WO||915A|
|18||CO B BSTB 37 BDE UA||Wyoming||IEW EQUIP TECH||353T|
|19||1434 EN CO (VERT)||Grayling||CONSTR ENGR TECH||120A|
|20||1434 EN CO (VERT)||Grayling||CONSTR ENGR TECH||120A|
|21||1430 EN CO (VERT)||Gladstone||CONSTR ENGR TECH||120A|
|22||1430 EN CO (VERT)||Gladstone||CONSTR ENGR TECH||120A|
|23||1071 MAINT CO (HVY EQUIP) (GS)||Grayling||ENGR EQUIP MAINT WO||919A|
|24||1071 MAINT CO (HVY EQUIP) (GS)||Grayling||SR ORD GROUND MAINT WO||915E|
|25||1071 MAINT CO (HVY EQUIP) (GS)||Grayling||IEW EQUIP TECH||353T|
|26||1463 TRANS CO||Wyoming||AUTO MAINT WO||915A|
|27||1072 MAINT CO (NONDIV) (DS)||Detroit||ENGR EQUIP MAINT WO||919A|
|28||1072 MAINT CO (NONDIV) (DS)||Detroit||AUTO MAINT WO||915A|
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- View the Proponent Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) Criteria to determine your eligibility in regards to basic and MOS qualifications.
- Contact the Michigan Army National Guard Warrant Officer Recruiter or state’s Command Chief Warrant Officer for information packet or view the information on the Warrant Officer home page.
- Click here for the Pre-determination Packet Checklist necessary for the Pre-determination Packet (PDP).
- Submit the Pre-determination packet (PDP) with recommendation memos from each level of command to the Michigan Army National Guard State Command Chief Warrant Officer who will review the packet. PDP’s judged to be complete and qualified are forwarded to Michigan Adjutant General’s Office. (THIS STEP CAN TAKE UP TO 30 DAYS)
- The State Command Chief Warrant Officer sends complete PDP’s to the National Guard Bureau for further review. (THIS STEP CAN TAKE UP TO 14 DAYS)
- NGB performs a review of basic qualifications and forwards PDP to the appropriate MOS proponent for evaluation. (THIS STEP CAN TAKE UP TO 30 DAYS)
- The appropriate MOS proponent reviews the PDP and either approves or disapproves the application. (THIS STEP CAN TAKE 30-45 DAYS)
- Approved and disapproved PDP’s are returned to the state through NGB. If approved, the CCWO and the Warrant Officer Recruiter will assist the candidate in completing an Application for Federal Recognition with associated supporting documents. The candidate will be required to personally appear in Class A uniform before the Federal Recognition Board conducted by the state’s Senior Army Advisor. Candidates are normally granted Warrant Officer Candidate (W.O.C) status by this board. (THIS PROCESS CAN TAKE UP TO 30-45 DAYS)
- Once a soldier becomes a W.O.C. as a result of board action, an application for Warrant Officer Candidate School (WOCS) is entered into the Army Training Requirements and Resource System. The W.O.C. is placed in a Modified Table of Organization and Equipment (MTOE) or Temporary Duty Assigned (TDA) warrant officer position, wears the W.O.C. brass and trains as a Warrant Officer Candidate. (THIS STEP CAN TAKE UP TO 60-120 DAYS DEPENDING ON SCHOOL AVAILABILITY AND PERSONAL SCHEDULES).
- The W.O.C. attends the rigorous 6 1/2 week WOCS course at Ft Rucker, Alabama and is appointed a Warrant Officer One upon successful completion unless candidate is seeking a certification of eligibility because of full-time employment issues or lack of a vacant position. (For E5 and Above with PLDC, the first 12 days may be exempted upon completion of a Distance Learning phase)
The entire process-application, review, approval, board action, training and appointment can take up to a year depending on individual qualifications and school date availability.