MOS 79 Recruiting & Retention NCOER Bullets

Leadership Bullets

o spearheaded the end of year push which led to the company being recognized as one of the top five companies within the brigade during 4th QTR, FY09

o led the Battalion Color Guard in duties which resulted in flawless ceremonies and multiple commendations from many VIPs who observed

o performed volunteer work at the local church; always sought opportunities to coach and mentor youth


Competence Bullets

o turned an underperforming recruiting district into a marketing powerhouse that exceeded all recruiting goals for 24 consecutive months

o overcame numerous operational and logistical challenges to ensure continued operations in LA district despite budget cuts

o had zero eronious enlistments during his MEPS assignment

o always willing to train and mentor recruiters and Station Commanders

o demonstrated exceptional knowledge in technical skills and abilities which led to his selection to compete for the FY09 3rd Brigade 1SG of Year

o ranked as the #1 recruiter in the West Coast Region for two consecutive years

o submitted 50 referrals to Cadet Command which exceeded the company's YTD special mission by 35 and increased synergy between Cadet Command and USAREC

o her recruiting district was ranked #1 of 26 nationwide for exceeding production goals

o achieved number two ranked company of seven in the battalion for mission success during 4th QTR, FY09

o teamed with local MBA students to conduct local market analysis to identify new, underdeveloped markets for Army recruiting

o improved marketing efficiency with hands-on management of an integrated, multi-platform marketing plan that included innovative internet advertising and data mining


First Sergeant

o achieved 175 percent Soldier retention by influencing seven Soldiers within the Company to reenlist, best in the Battalion

o achieved number two ranked company of seven in the battalion for mission success during 4th QTR, FY09

o achieved number two ranking out of seven companies in the battalion for combined mission achievement during FY09

o acted as company commander and command sergeant major during their absences which resulted in no degradation in operations or mission accomplishment

o coached one Soldier who was recognized as the 2nd QTR FY09 Battalion NCO of the Quarter

o commended by USAREC, brigade, and civilian VIPs for the flawless performance of the Battalion Color Guard during the Battalion Change of Command ceremony

o conducted impeccable company training which led to the company receiving a commendable rating in training during the Brigade Inspection

o conducted NCODP for company on NCOERs and professional development

o demonstrated exceptional knowledge in technical skills and abilities which led to his selection to compete for the FY09 3rd Brigade 1SG of Year

o during school year 2008, taught business college courses online to 244 students on off duty time

o emphasized laptop accountability which resulted in zero laptop losses within the company and assisted the brigade with the fewest laptop losses within USAREC

o encouraged career progression which resulted in 23 assigned Soldiers enrolled in continued education

o his leadership resulted in 80% of recruiters meeting or achieving their FY 09 mission, 20% higher than brigade average

o his mandated weekend safety briefings at all levels within the company resulted in zero loss or injury to Soldiers

o his safety enforcement resulted in only one government vehicle accident in the Company during FY 08, best in the Battalion

o increased Company enlistments by 181 in FY 2008 compared to FY 2007

o increased enlistments within company by 38% from 321 in FY08 to 445 in FY09

o inspired three outstanding Soldiers within the Company to convert to the rigorous and demanding MOS of 79R

o led company to Battalion Top Company 2nd QTR, FY09 by achieving 102% mission accomplishment

o led the Battalion Color Guard in duties which resulted in flawless ceremonies and multiple commendations from many VIPs who observed

o managed training program which resulted in two Soldiers earning the Gold Recruiter Ring and four Soldiers earning the Glen E. Morrell Order of Recruiting Excellence

o mentored one Soldier to compete in and win the FY 08 Battalion Soldier of the Year

o performed volunteer work at the local church; always sought opportunities to coach and mentor youth

o ranked number two out of seven companies in the battalion for combined mission achievement during 3rd and 4th Quarter Fiscal Year 2008

o relentless drive and ambition in achieving assigned goals

o selected as the Top First Sergeant in the brigade for 2nd Qtr, FY09; demonstrated outstanding technical abilities

o spearheaded the end of year push which led to the company being recognized as one of the top five companies within the brigade during 4th QTR, FY09

o stressed career development which resulted in successfully encouraging 17 Soldiers within the Company to enroll in college courses

o stressed safety and defensive driving on and off duty which resulted in zero POV accidents and zero GOV accidents within the company; best in the battalion

o stressed safety to Soldiers within company which resulted in zero government operated vehicle accidents in FY09, best in the battalion

o submitted 50 referrals to Cadet Command which exceeded the company's YTD special mission by 35 and increased synergy between Cadet Command and USAREC

o successfully trained three Station Commanders on numerous First Sergeant duties, which enabled Station Commanders to perform First Sergeant duties in his absence

o taught two college courses to undergraduate students during off duty time

o taught undergraduate level college courses during his off duty hours

o technical expertise was responsible for earning Top Medical Recruiting Company in the Medical Recruiting Brigade, exceeding 143% of the assigned mission

o trained five Soldiers on station commander tasks which resulted in all Soldiers graduating the USAREC Station Commader Course

o trained three detailed recruiters in Recruiting Station Commander duties; all three were first time GO graduates of the USAREC Station Commander Course

o urged Soldiers in the company to develop themselves personally and professionally which resulted in 13 Soldiers enrolling in college



Assistant Station Commander

o successfully assumed Station Commander duties commanding an On Production station for 11 months; awarded Top On Production station 1st QTR FY10

o effectively led the recruiting station in the absence of the Station Commander to exceed mission success


79S - Career Counselor (AD)

Career Counselor

o relentless pursuit of excellence resulted in 134% retention mission success by the 3rd Qtr of FY 09

o assisted Team 14 recruitment in sustaining and enlisting personnel into the Texas Army National Guard


79T - Recruiting And Retention NCO (ARNG)

79V - Retention And Transition NCO (Army Reserves)

Army Reserve Career Counselor (Ops NCO)


Competence:

o competency is unmatched; proven Operations NCO that is regarded as one of the best Operations NCO's in all of Division

o totally committed to making **BN one of the top units in **** Division; his/her drive has enabled this battalion to function with universal success

o performed his/her duties like a seasoned Master Sergeant with years of experience


Leadership:

o mentored over 100 new recruits in the Virginia Army National Guard and ensured that they were physically, mentally, and emotionally prepared to face the rigors of Basic Combat Training

o selected above peers to serve as acting Senior Operations NCOIC, an E-8 position, during 3 months of this rating period

o took a personal interest in developing and improving the reenlistment skill set of the BN; paid incredibly close attention to detail in ensuring the best performance

o set the example by firing expert on both the rifle and pistol ranges


Competence

o maintained the highest mission success rate and lowest Future Soldier loss rate in the battalion over a 24 month period

o exceptional support to applicants produced an outstanding 56% floor conversion rate

o extremely competent; performed all assigned duties and task above standards

o was diligent in seeking to accomplish the mission and inspired peers to do the same

o set high training and work task standards for himself and fellow soldiers

o gathered 110 leads of which 6 candidates continued into the military, a site record


Leadership block:

o Displayed professional demeanor which was instrumental in the Soldier Team development process and enabled the Area Leader to be more effective

o dedicated countless hours of his personal time in the pursuit of mission success

o organized the transition of Anniston Company into Small Unit Recruiting and assisted in combining three recruiting stations into one

o kept focused on objectives in the absence of leadership while maintaining a balance of mission accomplishment and Soldier welfare

o an engagement team member, assisted the center increase new enlistments by 43 contracts over previous period, finished #2 in battalion for FY 14


Training Block:

o Took advantage of opportunities of training and professional growth

o Assisted with non-existent training for the Sponsorship program resulting in a 25% increase in retention rates


Responsibility & Accountability block:

o demonstrated great concern for the security and accountability of all assigned equipment

o refused to communicate with leadership about intent to ETS and relocated without providing required contact information


Station Commander

o demonstrated exceptional knowledge in technical skills and abilities which was instrumental in her team achieving 134% mission accomplishment 4th QTR FY09

o ranked number two of 31 recruiting stations in the battalion for mission accomplishment during 4th QTR FY09

o submitted 33 referrals to Cadet Command which exceeded the company's YTD special mission by 18 and increased synergy between Cadet Command and USAREC

o led her recruiting station to achieve honors as Company Top Station 4th QTR FY09 and 1st QTR FY10

o spearheaded the end of year push which led to her station achieving 100% of its Regular Army and Army Reserve recruiting objective for FY09

o demonstrated leadership skills which enabled company first sergeant to employ and capitalize on her capabilities in his absence

o scored 100% on the Digital Training Management System exam which resulted in her selection as the company s primary DTMS administrator and trainer

o commended by the Brigade Family Advocacy Program Coordinator for the Victim Advocacy and POSH training she administered to the company

o trained three Soldiers which resulted in two Soldiers earning the Gold Recruiter Ring and one Soldier earning the Glenn E. Morrell Order of Recruiting Excellence

o achieved an 96% applicant processing efficiency rate while serving as the First Sergeant

o managed the largest unit fund budget within the battalion which enabled the company to have the most successful family holiday party in over six years

o encouraged Soldiers in the station to develop themselves personally and professionally which resulted in five Soldiers enrolling in college

o relentlessly enforced Recruiter prospecting techniques which resulted in the recruiting station increaseing SA production by 30%

o assisted the Company to acheive honors as Battalion Top USAR production Fiscal Year 2008

o extremely competent; performed all assigned duties above standards

o accomplished self-development refresher training during 1st QTR FY 09; training resulted in 113% combined volume for Army Reserve production

o uncanny ability to build strong, cohesive teams; unequalled work ethic and dedication to mission, Soldiers and their Families

o mentored the Future Soldier manager which resulted in a 94% retention rate

o trained Team Leaders on Market Penetration; resulted in an increase of GSA market from previous FY by 5%

o aggressively challenged Soldiers to perform to their potential; resulted in 3 recruiters earning the Recruiting Ring for recruiting excellence

o dynamic training techniques led to a floor conversion increase to 83% exceeding the USAREC standard

o encouraged 4 of 14 recruiters to attend college which resulted in 26 credit hours earned

o maintained 100% accountability of all assigned equipment, valued at over $350,000

o readily accepted responsibility for failure and gave attention of success to subordinates

o earned the Glenn E. Morrell Order of Recruiting Excellence, the highest award in recruiting

o attended college and earned 15 semester hours towards his Bachelors Degree with a 4.0 GPA

o technically proficient NCO; set the standard for his Soldiers to follow

o led his station to increase the Army s share of DOD enlistments from 44% 1ST QTR FY09 to 47% 1ST QTR FY10

o spearheaded the end of year push which led to his team to achieve 116% of its Regular Army and Army Reserve recruiting objective for FY09

o adapted exceptionally well in an ever-changing, highly stressful environment

o trained three Soldiers which resulted in one Soldier earning the Gold Recruiter Ring and two Soldiers earning the Glenn E. Morrell Order of Recruiting Excellence

o developed a station incentive awards program which motivated Soldiers

o contributed to the success of the company by sharing his knowledge and expertise whenever possible

o encouraged nine of ten Soldiers to enroll in college, resulting in 96 semester hours earned

o stressed laptop accountability to his Soldiers in station which resulted in assisting the 3rd Brigade with leading USAREC with the fewest laptop losses

o stressed safety to Soldiers within station which resulted in zero government operated vehicle accidents in FY09


BATTERY REENLISTMENT NCO

o CITED AS FIRST TO MEET AND ULTIMATELY EXCEED 2-17 FIELD ARTILLERY RETENTION OBJECTIVES FOR FISCAL YEAR 2012


MEPS GUIDANCE COUNSELOR

o ACHIEVED 2ND PLACE IN A NATIONAL RANKING OF ALL MEPS LOCATIONS FOR SHIP RATE QUALITY CONTROL

o ATTENTION TO DETAIL AND CONTINUOUS SUPPORT OF APPLICANTS ENABLED A TOP 55% FLOOR CONVERSION RATE

o PROVIDED SOUND SUPPORT TO RTC SITES ACROSS THE STATE BY BRIEFING WARRIORS ON SHIPPER EXPECTATIONS


Detailed Recruiter

o motivated his Future Soldiers with outstanding mentorship and guidance, resulting in three accelerated promotions prior to initial entry training

o delivered 7 HPSP applicants and led the Houston Center in HPSP applicants processed

o tracked all RSP Soldiers, ensuring Soldier readiness and 100% ship rate

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