Quantcast Administrative Actions for CRF Deficiencies/Infractions

Click Here to
Order this information in Print

Click Here to
Order this information on CD-ROM

Click Here to
Download this information in PDF Format

 

Click here to make tpub.com your Home Page

Page Title: Administrative Actions for CRF Deficiencies/Infractions
Back | Up | Next

Click here for a printable version

Google


Web
www.tpub.com

Home

   
Information Categories
.... Administration
Advancement
Aerographer
Automotive
Aviation
Combat
Construction
Diving
Draftsman
Engineering
Electronics
Food and Cooking
Math
Medical
Music
Nuclear Fundamentals
Photography
Religion
USMC
   
Products
  Educational CD-ROM's
Printed Manuals
Downloadable Books

   


 

Share on Google+Share on FacebookShare on LinkedInShare on TwitterShare on DiggShare on Stumble Upon
Back
CRF Assignment and Management
Up
Navy Counselor 1 & C (Recruiter) - Military manual for recruiting
Next
Recruiter Suitability Boards
Any   disciplinary   actions   should   be   concluded,   if possible,  before  final  recommendation  is  forwarded  to COMNAVCRUITCOM. Performance deficiencies are to be formally reported to BUPERS (PERS-83). Any necessary  PCS  moves  will  be  coordinated  on  a case-by-case  basis  with  COMNAVCRUITCOM. CRF  Termination Personnel  selected  or  serving  in  the  CRF  are expected  to  do  so  for  the  remainder  of  their  Navy careers. Reversion to prior rating for personnel who have  served  in  recruiting  for  a  total  of  less  than  5 consecutive  years  and  who  have  no  less  than  12 months  nor  more  than  36  months  since  CRF designation may be recommended by the NRD CO. If the Area commander agrees with the recommendation,  a  CRF  evaluation  board  will  be convened. Membership  is  the  same  as  a  ZSEB. Board recommendations to revert members to their former rating are forwarded to COMNAVCRUITCOM. Administrative Actions for CRF Deficiencies/Infractions Members  who  have  over  36  months  in  CRF  or more than 5 consecutive years in recruiting since CRF designation  may  not  be  recommended  for  termination from   CRF   and   rating   reversion   or   conversion. Members who demonstrate lack of integrity, create disciplinary  problems,  or  fail  to  perform  at  a  level commensurate  with  the  leadership  and  technical expectations  of  a  CRF  of  their  paygrade  will  be subject to the following actions: l   Relief   from   a   position   of   responsibility. Where necessary, proximity or out of proximity moves should be coordinated with CNRC (Code 11) to place such  members  in  a  position  where  they  may  be employed  in  a  supervised  environment. l Termination of SDAP. In instances where an individual is no longer performing the job for which SDAP   is   designated, it   must   be   immediately terminated. l Documentation of performance deficiencies in periodic  or  special  evaluations  and  by  report  to BUPERS. ACTIVE DUTY FOR SPECIAL WORK/ONE  YEAR  RECALL PROGRAM CNRC  is  authorized  to  recall  members  of  the Naval Reserve to the ADSW/OYR Program to assist in the recruiting mission. ADSW/OYR is not a career program and continuation on active duty beyond the period  of  the  orders  issued  or  until  Fleet  Reserve eligibility  is  not  implied  or  guaranteed.  The  NRC uses two types of ADSW/OYR billets–recruiter and support. Eligibility for ADSW/OYR Applicants must be a Ready Reservist at time of recall. Six months must elapse since the applicant’s last  release  from  extended  active  duty  (USN,  TAR,  or USNR 24-month general assignment). Waivers of this requirement  will  be  considered  on  a  case-by-case basis. However, a minimum of 31 days must elapse since the last release from active duty for recall to ADSW. Fleet Reservists and enlisted personnel who were  previously  transferred  to  the  Retired  List  of  the United  States  Navy  are  not  eligible  for  recall  to ADSW. Applicants and ADSW/OYR members must maintain quality control standards and must be eligible for  retention  according  to  the  high  year  tenure  (HYT) restrictions.   Applicants   must   meet   physical requirements   for   recall   to   active   duty.   Physical standards encompass Navy body fat/fitness standards, as  well  as  general  good  health.  A  negative  HIV screen within the past 6 months must be annotated in the  member’s  health  record.  Pregnant  applicants  will not  be  accepted  during  the  pregnancy.  Applicants  will be in permanent paygrades E4 through E-6 at time of recall.  E4  candidates  must  demonstrate  the  financial solvency  to  be  assigned  away  from  major  military concentrations  and  the  CO’s  endorsement  must  contain a  statement  regarding  maturity  and  capability  to perform in the assignment requested. Additional ADSW/OYR Requirements and Information Additional   requirements   and   application procedures  are  contained  in  the  latest  edition  of Administration   of   COMNAVCRUITCOM   Military Personnel, COMNAVCRUITCOMINST  1300.3.  The initial term of ADSW/OYR will be from the date of recall to 30 September of the fiscal year. Approval of subsequent orders to ADSW/OYR are contingent upon 3-28

Privacy Statement - Press Release - Copyright Information. - Contact Us - Support Integrated Publishing

Integrated Publishing, Inc.