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USAWOCC Assignments

A successful cadre assignment to the Warrant Officer Career College (WOCC) is facilitated by a warrant officer’s possession of an appropriate combination of skills, knowledge, behavior, and experience. In addition, they must be physically fit, possess outstanding military bearing, appearance, demonstrate excellent communication skills, and be fully dedicated to the privilege of serving as a steward of the Army Profession. Selected warrant officers must possess a genuine desire to cultivate, encourage, inspire, and stimulate young and experienced minds alike. Most positions are open to any WO MOS. A normal tour at the WOCC is three years.


If you believe you're mentally and physically qualified and genuinely desire to be uniquely challenged, contact your HRC Career Manager. For additional information or questions contact the USAWOCC Deputy Commandant at DSN 558-9031 (Comm: (334)255-9031) or email us at usarmy.rucker.cac.mbx.atsw-za@mail.mil.


COMPANY COMMANDER - Positions are very competitive. There are two CW4 command positions, one at HHC and one at 1st Warrant Officer Company.

 

WARRANT OFFICER CANDIDATE SCHOOL (WOCS) - WOCS Training Teams consist of Training, Advising, and Counseling (TAC) Officers, Academic Facilitators (Instructors), and Academic Advisors / Senior Class Mentors.

 

TAC OFFICER - Trains, advises and counsels Warrant Officer Candidates. A TAC Officer will normally be a senior CW2 or a CW3. This is a challenging assignment that often involves extended duty days. TAC Officer qualifications & duties (You will need Adobe Reader ®)

 

ACADEMIC FACILITATORS (Instructors) - Assist in assessing candidates, but are primarily responsible for academic instruction. An Academic Facilitator will normally be a senior CW3 or above, have completed (or be slated for) their Advanced Course, and have a bachelor’s degree or higher (Master’s Degree is preferred). As part of the candidate training team, they too experience long duty days. Academic Facilitators (Instructors) teach students in the Warrant Officer Candidate School (WOCS), Warrant Officer Staff Course (WOSC), and the Warrant Officer Senior Staff Course (WOSSC). WOSC Facilitators will normally be CW3(P) or CW4, and WOSSC Facilitators will normally be CW4 or CW5. WOSC and WOSSC faculty members must possess a bachelor's degree or higher (Master’s Degree is preferred).

 

ACADEMIC ADVISORS / SENIOR CLASS MENTORS - WOCS Academic Advisors / Senior Class Mentors are assigned to classes on a rotational basis by the Chief, Academic Instruction Division. Academic Advisors / Senior Class Mentors are part of a collective effort to keep students advised on their academic progress, and enforce discipline and safety standards within the class at all times.



 

Last Reviewed: December 19, 2013

 
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