Cnrc nc symposium brief june 2011 weds-1045-am

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  • NRD Seattle – Most of Washington, Alaska, northern Idaho, and Montana NRD Portland – Oregon, northern California, southwest Idaho, northern Nevada NRD San Fransisco – Central California NRD Los Angeles – South central California, Hawaii, and recruiting stations in Guam, Japan NRD San Diego – Southern California, southern Nevada, southwest tip of Arizona NRD Denver – Almost all of Colorado, Wyoming, Utah, western Nebraska, western Kansas NRD Phoenix – Almost all of Arizona, New Mexico, western tip of Texas, southwest corner of Colorado NRD Minneapolis – Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, central and eastern Nebraska, Iowa, western Wisconsin, northwest tip of Illinois NRD St Louis – Missouri, central and eastern Kansas, central and southern Illinois, western tip of Kentucky NRD Dallas – Northern Texas, Oklahoma NRD San Antonio – Central and Southern Texas NRD Houston – Eastern Texas, southwest corner of Louisiana NRD Chicago – Northern Illinois, central and eastern Wisconsin, Upper Peninsula of Michigan NRD Michigan – Most of Michigan, most of Indiana NRD Ohio – , Southwest West Virginia, Northern and central Kentucky, western tip of Virginia NRD Nashville – Tennessee, Arkansas, southwest Kentucky, northern Alabama, northern Mississippi, northwest corner of Georgia NRD New Orleans – Most of Louisiana, southwest corner of Alabama, central and southern Mississippi, western tip of Florida NRD Atlanta – North and central Georgia, central Alabama NRD Jacksonville – Northern Florida, southern Georgia NRD New England – Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, eastern upstate New York, recruiting stations in Europe NRD Pittsburgh – Most of Pennsylvania, central and western upstate New York, western tip of Maryland, northern West Virginia NRD Richmond – Most of Virginia, Washington DC area NRD New York – New York City area NRD Philadelphia – Eastern edge of Pennsylvania, central and southern New Jersey, Delaware, most of Maryland NRD Raleigh – North Carolina, Southern Carolina, eastern edge of Georgia NRD Miami – South and central Florida
  • emphasis being placed on specific areas: In Non-traditional Ratings (Master-at-Arms and Seabees). Officer and Enlisted diversity, Medical officers, Chaplains, SEALs, Navy Special Warfare, Navy Special Operations, Special Warfare Combatant-Craft Crewmen, Explosive Ordnance Disposal, Diver, Hospital Corpsmen, Reserves, Women.
  • NORU Student Issues for May 2010 11 additional tattoo waivers sent 7 missing screenings 4 students placed on hold due to BCA 2 student with missing/exp. Drivers License 4 students reported with open civil pending i.e., traffic violations NORU Drops FYTD Financial Drops Student was not providing financial support to spouse. Was found not financially suitable at NORU screening Student was negative discretionary income upon NORU screening DUI Student admitted to DUI while on leave before reporting to NORU BCA Drop Member had a BCA failure in 2007, no waiver was ran prior to reporting onboard, member showed up at 35%, PERS disapproved waiver. NJP Drop Member didn’t have an NJP waiver ran from transferring command, reported out of BCA and failed MOD 1 Sales Lab two times. Disciplinary Drop Member caught cheating on the MOD I Sales Lab (Re-lab). 2.0 Drop Member had a 2.0 on eval and waiver had not been ran by previous command. Member had previous civil charges that weren’t on screening as well .
  • NORU Student Issues for May 2010 11 additional tattoo waivers sent 7 missing screenings 4 students placed on hold due to BCA 2 student with missing/exp. Drivers License 4 students reported with open civil pending i.e., traffic violations NORU Drops FYTD Financial Drops Student was not providing financial support to spouse. Was found not financially suitable at NORU screening Student was negative discretionary income upon NORU screening DUI Student admitted to DUI while on leave before reporting to NORU BCA Drop Member had a BCA failure in 2007, no waiver was ran prior to reporting onboard, member showed up at 35%, PERS disapproved waiver. NJP Drop Member didn’t have an NJP waiver ran from transferring command, reported out of BCA and failed MOD 1 Sales Lab two times. Disciplinary Drop Member caught cheating on the MOD I Sales Lab (Re-lab). 2.0 Drop Member had a 2.0 on eval and waiver had not been ran by previous command. Member had previous civil charges that weren’t on screening as well .
  • The Navy’s new branding and advertising campaign with it’s tagline “America’s Navy. A global force for good” not only brings a fresh look to the table, it speaks directly to the young men and women entering the Navy today who are called to put service before self and who have a broad understanding of how their service interacts in the global context.

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  • 1. Revised – 08 June 2011 FORCM(SW/AW) Earl Gray
  • 2. Navy Recruiting Command HQ Millington, TN
  • 3. Navy Recruiting Command
  • 4. Navy Recruiting Command Regions
  • 5. Navy Recruiting Command Stations
  • 6.
    • Increase the quality of the total force by aggressively seeking qualified Sailors for officer and enlisted, active and reserve.
    • NRC maintains a healthy pool of young men and women in the Delayed Entry Program (DEP). 
      • Management and mentorship of the Future Sailors in DEP is critical.
    • NRC continues to provide needed support to our great nation and Overseas Contingency Operations (OCO) demands by meeting the mission requirements for the other ratings that support NSW/NSO missions.
    Navy Recruiting Command Mission
  • 7.
    • Career Recruiting Force (CRF)
      • Active CRF
        • Personnel who are currently assigned to recruiting duty with Navy Enlisted Classification (NEC) codes 9585, 9586, 9587
        • previously completed a successful tour as a recruiter and desire to convert to Navy Counselor (Recruiter) rating NEC 2186
      • Reserve CRF
        • Open to personnel who are currently assigned to recruiting duty as a Canvasser Recruiter (CANREC) (NEC 9585)
          • Management CRF
          • Hometown CRF
    • Navy Reserve Canvasser Recruiter (CANREC)
      • NEC 9585
      • Voluntary recall from active reserves
      • Initial recall 2yrs
      • Must convert to Reserve CRF after 6 years
      • Bupers Instruction 1001.4B
    • Fleet Recruiter
      • Active Enlisted NEC 9585
    • Officer Programs Recruiter
      • Active Enlisted NEC 9587
    Five Types of Recruiters
  • 8. NRC Total Force Onboard 6,837
    • NRD Personnel (6,279 personnel)
    • A. Production Recruiters
      • Enlisted production (3,609 personnel)
      • 3,368 AC
      • 241 RC (CANREC)
      • Officer production (551 personnel)
        • 163 AC officers (Med/URL)
        • 149 AC enlisted (HM/9587)
        • 131 Officer CANRECs
        • 6 FTS
        • 102 CRF Officer Recruiters
      • CRF Manning (534 personnel)
        • 300 AC currently onboard
        • 234 RC currently onboard
    • B. Direct Support (1,585 personnel)
        • 531 Government employees
        • 142 Contractors
        • 76 Officer (CO/XO/EPO)
        • 230 Enlisted (CMC/CA/LSO/MC/Admin)
        • 195 Classifier (2612/9586/2186)
        • 411 CRF (CR/ACR/Zs/Train/DEPCO)
    • Support Staff (558 personnel)
      • Headquarters, Regions, NORU, and CARITs, RSU
        • Military
        • 89 Officer
        • 111 Enlisted
        • 87 CRF
        • 52 SELRES
        • 190 Government Employees
        • 29 Contractors
    • NORU: Navy Orientation Recruiting Unit (Recruiting Schoolhouse)
    • NRD: Navy Recruiting District
    • CANREC: Canvasser Recruiter (Reserve)
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  • 9.
    • 95% High School Diploma Graduates
    • 70% Above average score on the Armed Forces Qualification Test (AFQT)
    • 0% in CAT IV (30 or less on the AFQT)
    • Must meet additional standards for rating
    • Must pass Navy physical fitness and body fat standards
    • Must have no significant history of drug use
    • Must be drug free at time of enlistment
    • Must not have significant or offensive tattoos and no tattoos above the shirt collar
    • Must not have sole custody of dependents
    • Must have no significant legal issues and no issues outstanding
    Enlistment Policy
  • 10. Recruitable Population Two Thirds of Male Target Market Does Not Qualify For Navy Service 16M 17 – 24 Male Target Market 5.3M Qualified for Military Service 850,000 Propensed and Qualified It is not enough to just recruit those propensed ……. …… Navy Recruiters must interest the non-propensed Sources: W&P Pop Estimates 2009 RMIS Propensity JAMRS Youth Poll 2009
  • 11.
    • Career Enhancing, CNO Priority Billet
    • Only Shore Duty that is authorized Command Advancement (RCAP)
    • Hands-on in shaping / selecting our future Navy
    • Special Duty Assignment pay for all 9585 (Fleet Sailors)
    • National Recruiter of the Year is meritoriously advanced to next paygrade.
    • Recognition and awards for outstanding performance (NCM, NAM, Flag LOC’s)
    “ Why” Recruiting Duty
  • 12.
    • Negative Characteristics
      • Don’t feel comfortable speaking to groups, large or small
      • Can not maintain bodyfat / PRT standards
      • Not able to do the right thing when no one is looking
      • Personally irresponsible
    • What gets Recruiters in Trouble?
      • Fraternization with future Sailors
      • Improper recruiting practices
      • Misuse of government vehicles
      • DUI
    “ Why Not” Recruiting Duty
  • 13.
    • PERS-4010 communicates current openings with rating detailers
    • PERS-4010 requires Detailers to nominate 75 Sailors each month to meet NRC’s manning requirements
    • Sailor’s “posted” to available NRD
    • PERS-4010 releases Special Duty Screening (SDS) message
    • Commands required to return SDS results to PERS-4010 within 30 days
    • PERS-4010 review Sailor’s PRIMS results and evaluations
    Navy’s current Recruiter detailing process
  • 14.
    • If suitable, based on command SDS message, final orders released to NRD
    • Upon receipt of orders, NRD is required to forward Ultimate Duty assignment (UDA) message to Sailor’s command with a copy to NORU within 30 days
    • Commands are required to recertify Sailor’s suitability 5 days prior to detachment of command (documentation of recertification not required)
    • Sailor execute transfer to NORU under TEMDUINS orders for 5 weeks
    • Upon graduation and leave, Sailor (9585 Recruiter) reports to assigned NRD
    Navy’s current Recruiter detailing process (cont.)
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  • 18. Results of Improper Recruiter Screenings
    • Total Number of dropped students FY-08, 09, 10 and FY11 (to date): 114
    • FY-08: 45 drop students FY-09: 37 drop students FY-10: 12 drop students FY-11: 20 (drops to date)
    • No Drivers license: 0 No Drivers license: 1 No Drivers license: 0 No Drivers license: 0
    • Financial: 7 Financial: 7 Financial: 2 Financial: 2
    • Alcohol related incident: 0 Alcohol related incident: 0 Alcohol related incident: 0 Alcohol related incident: 2
    • *Disciplinary Reasons: 9 *Disciplinary Reasons: 9 *Disciplinary Reasons: 2 *Disciplinary Reasons: 2
    • Academics: 2 Academics: 2 Academics: 1 Academics: 1
    • Body Fat: 12 (one NRLA) Body Fat: 4 (one NRLA) Body Fat: 6 (two NRLA) Body Fat: 13
    • Medical Reasons: 1 Medical Reasons: 1 Medical Reasons: 0 Medical Reasons: 0
    • 2.0/1.0 Evals: 1 2.0/1.0 Evals: 2 2.0/1.0 Evals: 1 2.0/1.0 Evals: 0
    • FAP: 3 FAP: 4 FAP: 0 FAP: 0
    • OBLISERV: 1 OBLISERV: 1 OBLISERV: 0 OBLISERV: 0
    • Motivation/Bearing: 0 Motivation/Bearing: 0 Motivation/Bearing: 0 Motivation/Bearing: 0
    • Tattoos: 9 Tattoos: 6 Tattoos: 0 Tattoos: 0
    • HUMS: 0 HUMS: 0 HUMS: 0 HUMS: 0
    • PFA Waiver: 0 PFA Waiver: 3 PFA Waiver: 0 PFA Waiver: 0
    • *Disciplinary Reasons consist of: theft, larceny, false official statement, cheating, positive drug test,
    • assault, hit and run, UA, NJP, DUI, NJP waiver denied
  • 19.
    • ENRO throughput Average - 1,070 per year
    • Average PCS cost/potential recruiter - $12K approx
    • ENRO Drops (AVG) 29 per year (approx 25% execute PCS transfer prior to arrival at NORU)
    • Average cost of ENRO drops - $132K per year
    • Academic drops 4 of 4,279 or .09%
    • Non-academic drops - 110 of 4279 or 2.57%
    • Cost of non-academic drops - $120K per year
    • NRD Recruiter no-fault transfers - 15 per year
    • Cost of PCS orders reassigning no-fault transfers back to fleet -$180K
    Recruiter Tracking Statistics (FY08 – FY11 to date)
  • 20. PERS-4010 Screening
    • Since the beginning of FY11, PERS-4010 has screened 647 Sailors for recruiting duty. Of the 647, 117 were screened unsuitable for various reasons (i.e., BCA, NJP, tattoos, legal or medical issues) with the implementation of the revised detailing process.
  • 21. FY08-Faults/No-Faults/ADSEPs
    • FY08: 58 Faults, 17 No-Faults and 18 ADSEPs
    • Reasons for Faults :
      • DUI, Financials, Fraternizations, UA, Drunk-disorderly, Insubordinate behavior, Forgery, Fails urinalysis, Fraud, GOV misuse, Failure to obey
    • Reasons for ADSEPs :
      • Fraternization, Drugs, Rehab failure, Convenience of government, Serious offenses
  • 22. FY09-Faults/No-Faults/ADSEPs
    • FY09: 28 Faults, 13 No-Faults and 32 ADSEPs
    • Reasons for Faults :
      • DUI/Reckless op, Bribery, Fraternizations, UA, Unauthorized use of government property, Failure to obey
    • Reasons for ADSEPs :
      • Fraternization, Drugs, Rehab failure, PFA failure, Convenience of government, Serious offenses
  • 23. FY10-Faults/No-Faults/ADSEPs
    • FY10: 13 Faults, 4 No-Faults and 19 ADSEPs
    • Reasons for Faults :
      • DUI/Reckless op, Fraternizations, Misconduct, Failure to obey, False official statement
    • Reasons for ADSEPs :
      • Fraternization, Drugs, PFA failure, Serious offenses
  • 24. FY11-Faults/No-Faults/ADSEPs
    • FY11: 6 Faults, 5 No-Faults (1 disapproved) and 39 ADSEPs
    • Reasons for Fault :
      • DUI/Reckless op, Fraternizations, Misconduct, Failure to obey, False official statement
    • Reasons for ADSEPs :
      • Alcohol, Drugs, Fraternization, Medical, Parenthood, Performance, PFA failure, Serious offenses
  • 25. Fleet Inputs
    • Quality Recruiters are a result of quality screening
    • Body fat is the number ONE reason for drops
    • Ensure your Sailors have been PTS approved BEFORE applying for Recruiting duty
    • Quality Recruits are a result of quality Recruiters
  • 26.
    • Turnover TAP Class to local base CCCs and/or recruiters
    • CARIT transfers Professional Counseling Skills Training to CCC Schoolhouse
    • CARITs transfer Stand-Alone Briefs to base CCC
    • Final Disestablishment – 30 September 2011
    Disestablishment of CARIT Teams
  • 27. New Navy Brand Tagline
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    • FORCM(SW/AW) Earl Gray
    • Navy Recruiting Command, Bldg 784
    • 5722 Integrity Dr
    • Millington, TN 38054
    • Office: (901) 874-9006
    • Email: [email_address]
    • Navy Branding Products:
    • http://www.cnrc.navy.mil/
    • http://extensis.cnrc.navy.mil/
    Contact Information