ENLISTED PROGRAMS OFFICER. The EPO,
department head for the enlisted programs department,
ensures attainment of enlisted recruiting goals. Some
NRDs may also have an AEPO.
Director, Navy Recruiting Processing Station. The
DNRPS organizes and supervises the efforts of the
support personnel assigned to the processing station to
ensure the efficient and proper processing of applicants
for enlistment in the United States Navy.
Enlisted Processing Division Supervisor. The
EPDS manages and supervises the processing of
qualified applicants for enlistment in the U.S. Navy.
l Classifier. The classifier counsels all applicants
on Navy options
available based on personal
The classifier uses the Personalized
Recruiting for Immediate or Delayed Enlistment
(PRIDE) system to reserve school seats and coordinates
the placement of applicants in enlistment programs to
meet district goals.
l Enlisted processing assistant. The enlisted
processing assistant (EPA) reviews preenlistment kits,
associated paper work, and processes applicants for
l Military entrance and processing station (MEPS)
liaison petty officer. The MEPS liaison petty officer
(MLPO) coordinates prequalification processing and is
the final quality control checkpoint of applicants before
l Enlisted programs statistician. The statistician
(STATS) assists the EPO, ensuring proper collection,
evaluation, and administration of data and statistics.
l Waiver coordinator. The waiver coordinator
(WC) is responsible for the quality control, review,
tracking, and processing of all applicant waivers for the
Youth Programs Petty Officer. The youth
programs petty officer (YPPO) coordinates and assists
recruiters in liaisoning with youths in the 15- to
17-year-old age group to develop awareness and
Chief Recruiter. The CR trains the ZSs, DTs,
delayed entry program (DEP) coordinator, and special
program recruiters. The CR manages, supervises, and
coordinates the use of all NRD resources, training, and
systems to attain enlisted goals. The CR is the primary
advisor to the CO in enlisted recruiting matters.
l Zone supervisor. The ZS trains RINCs and helps
the RINCs in training zone personnel, as required. The
ZS supervises, manages, and coordinates the use of all
zone resources to provide qualified applicants for
enlistment into the U.S. Navy.
The RINC trains the
recruiters assigned to the NRS. Through leadership, the
RINC provides supervision of NRS resources to provide
qualified applicants for enlistment into the U.S. Navy.
l Enlisted recruiters. The enlisted recruiters (ERs)
provide qualified applicants for enlistment into the U.S.
l District trainer. The DT is responsible for
developing and carrying out a comprehensive and
vigorous enlisted field training program on a districtwide
basis. The DT provides one-on-one OJT to ERs to
improve prospecting, sales, and processing techniques.
l 6-year obligor/nuclear field (NUC) recruiter
(6YONF). The 6YONF manages and coordinates the use
of Navy recruiting resources to provide qualified
applicants for all 6-year obligor and nuclear field
l R/Z recruiter. The R/Z recruiter manages and
coordinates the use of Navy recruiting resources to
provide qualified applicants for all prior service
PUBLIC AFFAIRS OFFICER. The public affairs
officer (PAO) is the principal advisor to the CO on all
public affairs activities and media relations. The PAO
ensures DEP and newly reported personnel news
releases are prepared and submitted. The PAO also
advises on the proper use of Navy bands, vans, and
exhibits, and liaisons with Navy information offices.
SYSTEMS ADMINISTRATOR. The systems
administrator (SYSAD) ensures the efficient and proper
use of all microcomputer equipment and software.
ADP SECURITY OFFICER. The ADP security
officer (ADPSO) plans, implements, and monitors the
command ADP security program to ensure an adequate
level of protection for the activitys hardware, software,