Figure 1-1.The Career Recruiting Force member must be a
leader, trainer, and manager.
RECRUITERS-IN-CHARGE OF LARGE
CRF selectees must have already exhibited
leadership in a RINC position. E-6 and E-7 CRF
members should be able to effectively run stations with
three to four recruiters assigned.
RINCs are required to complete RINC recruiter
qualification standards (RQS) and to attend a RINC
course conducted by the Navy Recruiting Area (NRA).
ZSs train RINCs and coordinate all functions of the
recruiting stations assigned. They are responsible for
using all assets to meet assigned goals.
CRF personnel in paygrades E-7 and E-8 should be
able to effectively lead a zone. ZSs must be graduates of
the CRF Academy, complete ZS RQS, and have
successful RINC experience.
Chief recruiters (CRS) train ZSs, special program
recruiters, and district trainers (DTs). They are
responsible for using all assets to meet the NRD goals.
CR candidates must be E-8s or E-9s and be
recommended for the position by their NRD
commanding officer (CO) and area commander (AC).
They must have a minimum of 3 years of experience as
a ZS or a combination of 3 years as a ZS, Area trainer,
NORU instructor, Mobile Inspection Training Team
(MITT) inspector, or CNRC staffer. They must graduate
from the CRF Academy and successfully complete the
CR course at NORU. Candidates must spend 10 working
days at their current NRD headquarters (or closest NRD
headquarters for off-production personnel) for hands-on
training and experience before their certification board.
The 10 days do not have to be consecutive, but should
be on days where they may participate in evolutions
outside their normal scope of responsibility. A CR board
will determine their final qualification. Upon
certification by the board, members are eligible for
assignment to a CR billet. Those not certified by the
board must wait a minimum of 3 months to re-board.
E-9 selectees must attend the CR course within 2 years
of their selection date.
AREA COMMAND MASTER CHIEFS
Area command master chiefs (ACMCs) must be
E-9s and have CR experience.
CNRC COMMAND MASTER CHIEF
The CNRC command master chief (CMC) is
selected personally by COMNAVCRUITCOM.
The CMC at NORU must be an E-9 with ACMC
experience. The MITT chief inspector must be an E-9
with CR experience. Instructor billets at NORU are for
E-7 through E-9 members with ZS experience.
OTHER CRF BILLETS
Other billets available to the CRF community
include the following:
Director of the Exhibit Center, an E-9 billet
CNRC staff billets for E-7 through E-9 with ZS
Directors of Navy recruiting processing stations
The exam and TRAMAN writer at the Naval
Education and Training Program Management
Support Activity (NETPMSA) for an E-8 or E-9
with ZS experience