Recruiter As an ambassador for the Army in the community, the recruiter’s role involves various tasks. They recruit individuals, assess the eligibility of applicants for enlistment, provide guidance on enlistment programs and options, complete enlistment applications, and facilitate the enlistment process for qualified applicants. Additionally, they are responsible for preparing and organizing Future Soldiers for their initial entry training. The recruiter also carries out Army awareness programs across a 73-square-mile area with a population of 300,000. They establish connections with influential figures such as parents, educators, and community officials in two high schools and two colleges. Moreover, recruiters are accountable for managing $50,000 worth of Government equipment.
Team Recruiting Duty Descriptions:
The Recruiter Prospector focuses on analyzing, planning, and executing lead generation activities to support the annual recruiting mission. They are responsible for meeting the quantitative enlistment objectives assigned by the Department of the Army (DA). This involves daily prospecting efforts, including telephone outreach, area canvassing, referrals, and internet-based lead generation. They establish and maintain close relationships with high school, college, and community officials to implement a wide range of Army recruiting and awareness programs. The Recruiter Prospector also takes the lead in community relations programs, setting a high standard for adhering to Army values.
The Recruiter Counselor plays a crucial role in preparing and conducting Army interviews, contributing to the fulfillment of the annual recruiting mission. They effectively communicate the various opportunities available in military service to prospects and applicants, ensuring they are well-informed. The Recruiter Counselor continuously develops their knowledge in areas such as human behavior, Army programs, recruiting fundamentals, and Soldier skills. Effective time management skills are employed to ensure interviews are conducted efficiently. They also prioritize timely follow-up, employ troubleshooting techniques, initiate quality control measures, and actively participate in community relations programs while exemplifying the Army values.
With a focus on preparing and processing applicants for enlistment, the Recruiter Processor ensures a smooth transition for individuals entering the Army. They receive training on Department of Defense (DoD) regulations, as well as federal, state, and local laws pertaining to the application process, recruiting fundamentals, and Soldier skills. It is their responsibility to enlist physically, mentally, and morally qualified personnel in a timely manner. The Recruiter Processor validates and schedules applicant processing, follows up on tasks promptly, troubleshoots issues, implements quality control measures, and coordinates handoffs to the Future Soldier Team Leader as appropriate.
FUTURE SOLDIER TEAM LEADER
The Future Soldier Team Leader holds the responsibility of training, developing, and guiding future Soldiers. They plan and execute training programs that cover physical fitness, basic combat training tasks, and Soldier skills. Simultaneously, they emphasize team building and instill warrior confidence, while engaging in lead generation, public awareness campaigns, and target saturation missions. The Future Soldier Team Leader prepares future Soldiers for their transition into the Army, instilling commitment and dedication. They actively participate in community relations programs and serve as an exemplary role model, upholding the Army values.
The Recruiter Prospector/Counselor plays a multifaceted role, working towards achieving the DA-assigned quantitative enlistment objectives. They are responsible for meeting daily, weekly, and monthly prospecting requirements through various means, including telephone outreach, area canvassing, referrals, and internet lead generation. Additionally, they conduct Army interviews to support the annual recruiting mission. The Recruiter Prospector/Counselor establishes and maintains close coordination with high school, college, and community officials to implement a diverse range of Army recruiting and awareness programs. Furthermore, they assume responsibility for managing a significant amount of equipment valued at $_____.
The Station Commander holds a leadership role in an Army recruiting station comprised of _____ Active Army, Army Reserve, and newly enlisted Soldiers. They are accountable for the professional development of subordinates and the overall well-being of the Soldiers under their command. The Station Commander implements and maintains a comprehensive recruiting station management system. They maintain strict control and accountability over government property valued at _____.
RECRUITER TEAM LEADER
As a Recruiter Team Leader, the individual assumes a leadership position in an Army recruiting team consisting of both Active Army and Army Reserve Soldiers. They are responsible for the professional growth and development of their team members and ensure their morale, health, and welfare. The Recruiter Team Leader develops and implements prospecting plans through diligent intelligence preparation of the battlefield. They oversee the scheduling of Army interviews and applicant processing. The Recruiter Team Leader bears the responsibility of achieving the recruiting mission’s success on a monthly basis for both the active and reserve components. Additionally, they maintain control and accountability of government property valued at _____.
The First Sergeant plays a crucial role in supporting the unit mission by assisting the commander in planning, coordinating, and supervising all activities. They prioritize the health, welfare, morale, and training of _____ station commanders and _____ recruiters within a company spread over _____ square miles. The First Sergeant sets and enforces high standards of conduct, training, professional development, and operations. They are responsible for organizing and executing a battle-focused Noncommissioned Officer Development Program (NCODP). The First Sergeant actively promotes community understanding and support for the Army’s recruiting goals. They oversee the prospecting, processing, and sustainment of applicants entering the Army and Army Reserves.
LARGE STATION COMMANDER
As the Large Station Commander, you will assume the leadership and direction of an Army recruiting station that comprises _____ Active Army, Army Reserve, and newly enlisted Soldiers. Your primary responsibilities will include the professional development of your subordinates and the overall morale, health, welfare, and discipline of the Soldiers under your command. You will implement and maintain the recruiting station management system, ensuring efficient operations and accountability. Additionally, you will be entrusted with the control and responsible handling of government property valued at _____.
SMALL STATION COMMANDER
In the role of Small Station Commander, you will lead an Army recruiting station consisting of _____ Active Army, Army Reserve, and newly enlisted Soldiers. Your key responsibilities will encompass the professional growth and development of your subordinates, as well as the well-being and discipline of the Soldiers under your leadership. You will effectively implement and maintain the recruiting station management system, ensuring smooth operations. Moreover, as the Small Station Commander, you will be responsible for recruiting _____ new Soldiers annually for both the active and reserve components. Additionally, you will be accountable for the control and proper management of government property valued at _____.
HEALTHCARE RECRUITING STATION COMMANDER
As the Station Commander of a Medical Recruiting Station, your role will involve overseeing a team of _Soldiers and ___ civilians in an area spanning , square miles. You will assume responsibility for managing __ government vehicles and equipment valued at ___k. In this position, you will be accountable for all administrative, logistical, and maintenance requirements of the recruiting station. Additionally, you will coordinate and oversee all recruiting activities in ___ colleges and ___ hospital programs. Mentoring, motivating, and training all Soldiers towards the successful accomplishment of the mission will be integral to your role. Meeting all assigned recruiting objectives will also be part of your responsibilities.
RA HEALTH CARE RECRUITER
As an RA Health Care Recruiter, your primary objective will be to conduct recruiting operations within an area covering _____ square miles. Your role will involve procuring qualified health care professionals for the US Army. You will be responsible for contacting, interviewing, and counseling health care specialists on the benefits of serving as commissioned officers in the Army. Coordinating recruiting activities in ____ college and ____ hospital programs will be part of your duties. Additionally, you will be responsible for government equipment valued at ____k. Promoting a positive image of the Army Medical Department, you will attend national, state, and local medical conventions. Training, mentoring, and ensuring the accountability of all Future Officers awaiting entry onto active duty will be essential. Meeting all assigned recruiting objectives will also be among your responsibilities.
As an Overseas Recruiter, you will represent the US Army Recruiting Command in unique environments such as Europe, Guam, Korea, or Japan. Your daily responsibilities will encompass executing recruiting operations and providing guidance counseling functions. This will involve prospecting, contracting, interviewing, and processing qualified applicants for Army enlistment. You will ensure accurate and timely PCS (Permanent Change of Station) orders and coordinate travel arrangements for departing Future Soldiers. Additionally, you will engage in promotional activities and maintain working relationships with military communities, educational institutions, US Embassies, Consulates, and NATO Headquarters throughout your assigned area of operation.
As a First Sergeant, you will play a critical role in promoting community understanding and support for the Army and its recruiting goals. You will be responsible for overseeing the prospecting, processing, and sustainment of applicants entering the US Army and US Army Reserves. Your leadership and guidance will ensure that the unit maintains high standards and effectively fulfills its mission. With your expertise and dedication, you will contribute to the success of the recruiting process and the overall readiness of the Army.
MEDICAL RECRUITING COMPANY FIRST SERGEANT
As a Medical Recruiting Company First Sergeant, your responsibilities will extend to the health, welfare, morale, and training of _____ station commanders, ____ DA Civilian employees, and _____ recruiters within a company dispersed over _____ square miles. You will serve as the primary advisor to the Company Commander on all matters related to Soldiers, morale, and recruiting. It will be your duty to oversee all administrative, logistical, and maintenance requirements of the company. You will coordinate and account for all recruiting activities in ___ colleges and ____ hospital programs. Your leadership, mentorship, and motivation of the assigned Soldiers will be instrumental in accomplishing the mission successfully. Meeting all assigned recruiting objectives will also be part of your role.
In the position of Guidance Counselor, your main responsibility will be to interview and process qualified applicants for enlistment while upholding the Army Values. You will play a crucial role in presenting, counseling, and recommending specific enlistment options as viable career paths. This will involve discussing individual goals related to training, education, and promotional opportunities. Utilizing your extensive technical knowledge of regulations, automated systems, and advanced techniques, you will have a significant influence on prospective enlistees. Ensuring quality control for all electronic paperwork, enlistment security screenings, and reserve accessions procedures will be an integral part of your duties.
AR GUIDANCE COUNSELOR
As an AR Guidance Counselor, you will serve as a guidance counselor at a Military Entrance Processing Station (MEPS). Your role will be to match enlistee qualifications with Regular Army and Army Reserve job and training requirements. You will review enlistment packets for quality and accuracy, ensuring minimal errors. Building a partnership and a comprehensive understanding of military occupational specialties (MOS) and options with prospective enlistees will be crucial. Additionally, you will be responsible for ensuring the accuracy and completeness of enlistment paperwork for recruits shipping to basic training.
SENIOR GUIDANCE COUNSELOR
As a Senior Guidance Counselor, you will supervise the Army Liaison Office in a Military Entrance Processing Station (MEPS) that serves applicants from _____ recruiting stations. Your role will involve reviewing the mental, moral, and physical qualifications of each applicant to ensure they meet recruiting standards. Selecting the optimal military occupational specialty for enlistment based on the Army’s needs and the applicant’s interests will be one of your responsibilities. You will also be involved in finalizing enlistment contracts for new enlistees and incentive contracts of up to $_____ per qualified enlistee. Additionally, you will collaborate with various commands, including HQDA, TRADOC, OCAR, USARC, and USAREC, to coordinate processing procedures and request exceptions to policy for enlistment.
As an Operations NCO, you will serve as the primary coordinator for the _____ Battalion, ensuring effective communication and the flow of detailed information to support the battalion’s mission accomplishment. You will assist the Senior Operations NCO in monitoring production indicators and statistics, supervise administrative processes, and manage the processing of moral and medical waivers. Your role will also involve analyzing regulatory guidance and preparing staff recommendations to support the smooth operation of the battalion.
AR OPERATIONS NCO
In the role of an AR Operations NCO, you will serve as the operations and management advisor for ____ First Sergeants, ____ USAR Guidance Counselors, and over _____ Regular Army and Army Reserve recruiters. Your responsibilities will include providing clear and concise information and instruction on current regulation eligibility and enlistment standards for applicants processing for the United States Army Reserve’s diverse range of training program options. This will include programs such as the Reserve Officers Training Corps/Simultaneous Membership Program (ROTC/SMP) and the Army Civilian Acquired Skills Program (ACASP). Your expertise will be critical in ensuring that applicants are well-informed and can make informed decisions regarding their enlistment options.
SORB FIRST SERGEANT
As a First Sergeant in the Special Operations Recruiting Battalion (SORB), you will take the lead in training, supervising, and guiding one of the four Army Special Operations Forces (ARSOF) Recruiting Companies. Your responsibilities will include validating mission planning and execution for all annual in-service ARSOF recruiting missions, both for enlisted and officer volunteers. You will have command and control over the budget, facilities, equipment, and vehicles assigned to your company, which are valued at an excess of _____. Additionally, you will be responsible for the overall mission success, health, welfare, safety, and professional development of _____ assigned Soldiers.
SORB STATION COMMANDER
In the role of a Station Commander within the Special Operations Recruiting Battalion (SORB), you will lead and manage recruiters in an Army Special Operations Forces Recruiting station (ARSOF) with a global mission to recruit in-service officer and enlisted ARSOF volunteers. Your responsibilities will include detailed market analysis, mission planning, and developing advertising and marketing strategies to accomplish all assigned missions. You will ensure the quality control of all applications and verify that qualified candidates report for training. Additionally, you will provide stewardship of the station budget, which exceeds $_____, while planning and executing global ARSOF recruiting campaigns.
As a Recruiter in the Special Operations Recruiting Battalion (SORB), your primary focus will be planning and executing a global Army Special Operations Forces (ARSOF) recruiting campaign to attract qualified in-service Special Forces officer and enlisted volunteers. You will be responsible for executing installation-level advertising and marketing programs tailored to specific markets. Utilizing state-of-the-art multimedia and information systems, you will conduct individual and large group presentations to educate potential candidates about career opportunities within ARSOF. Your role will also involve leading, training, and counseling future candidates throughout the processing cycle to ensure they are mentally and physically prepared for the rigors of training.
BATTALION COMMAND SERGEANT MAJOR
As the Battalion Command Sergeant Major, you will serve as the senior enlisted advisor to the Battalion Commander of the ________ recruiting battalion. Your responsibilities will encompass the implementation of tactics, techniques, and procedures that focus on shaping and sustaining the recruiting force and mission. You will establish the tone for NCO leadership throughout the battalion, providing guidance and mentorship to _____ NCOs. Additionally, you will play a vital role in training _____ Company Commanders, overseeing all enlisted personnel actions, and ensuring the viability of the Battalion Sponsorship Program. Upholding Soldier and organizational standards will be central to your role.
MEDICAL RECRUITING BATTALION COMMAND SERGEANT MAJOR
As the Command Sergeant Major of a Medical Recruiting Battalion, your role will be to serve as the senior NCO and primary enlisted advisor to the Battalion Commander. You will provide guidance on all Soldier-related matters, morale, and recruiting issues. Your responsibilities will extend to overseeing all aspects of recruiting production, including mission planning, prospecting, and the processing of applicants applying to serve as commissioned officers in the Army Medical Department. Additionally, you will be responsible for the training and professional development of ___ Soldiers and ___ DA civilians serving in ___ Medical Recruiting Stations, covering a vast ____ square mile area in ___ states in the (Northeast) United States.
BRIGADE COMMAND SERGEANT MAJOR
As the Brigade Command Sergeant Major, you will serve as the senior enlisted advisor to the Brigade Commander for the _______ recruiting brigade. This brigade covers __ states and is comprised of _____ Soldiers and civilians. Your responsibilities will involve developing tactics, techniques, and procedures that focus on shaping and sustaining the recruiting force and mission. You will set high standards and enforce policies, regulations, and directives throughout the brigade. By mentoring and developing subordinates to become independent leaders, you will ensure the successful accomplishment of the recruiting mission. Additionally, you will serve as the primary enlisted advisor on all Soldier-related matters, morale, and recruiting issues. Your strategic input regarding current and future operations will be crucial, as you enforce consistent transformation within the brigade.
MEDICAL RECRUITING BRIGADE COMMAND SERGEANT MAJOR
As the Command Sergeant Major of a Medical Recruiting Brigade, you will hold the senior NCO position. You will be responsible for the training and professional development of ___ Soldiers and ___ DA civilians serving in 5 Battalions, 16 Companies, and 75 Medical Recruiting Stations spread throughout the United States, Puerto Rico, and Europe. Serving as the primary enlisted advisor to the Brigade Commander, you will provide guidance on all Soldier-related matters, morale, and recruiting issues. You will monitor and influence all aspects of recruiting production, including mission planning, prospecting, and the processing of applicants applying to serve as commissioned officers in the Army Medical Department.
COMPANY OPERATIONS AND TRAINING NCO (COT)
In the role of a Company Operations and Training NCO (COT), you will serve as the primary trainer for the Station Commanders. Your responsibilities will include assessing, planning, conducting, and evaluating the training of station commanders and recruiters. You will identify training deficiencies and develop a needs-based company training plan in coordination with company leadership. Additionally, you will conduct primary training on policy, doctrine, and new information management systems and technology changes originating from HQ, USAREC. Your expertise and guidance will contribute to the continuous development and improvement of the company’s training programs.
MASTER TRAINER (BATTALION LEVEL)
As the Master Trainer at the battalion level, you will serve as the primary trainer for the Company Operations and Training NCO (COT). Your role will involve assessing, planning, conducting, and evaluating the training of COT NCOs and First Sergeants. You will identify training deficiencies and develop a needs-based battalion training plan in collaboration with battalion leadership. Additionally, you will coordinate and conduct primary training on policy, doctrine, and new information management systems and technology changes received from HQ, USAREC. Your expertise will ensure that training programs align with the command’s objectives and contribute to the overall readiness of the battalion.
BRIGADE SENIOR MASTER TRAINER
In the position of Brigade Senior Master Trainer, you will lead and train the Brigade Mobile Recruiter Training Team (MRTT). Your responsibilities will include assisting in the training of battalion Master Trainers and determining battalion training needs. You will supervise all brigade training events, including field training assistance visits and follow-up assessments. You will conduct assessments and After Action Reviews (AARs) for training and MRTT events, providing valuable insights for improvement. As the subject matter expert for all brigade training initiatives, you will develop and implement new training programs to enhance the effectiveness of the brigade’s recruiting efforts. Additionally, you will serve on the brigade targeting cell, contributing to the strategic planning and execution of recruiting operations.
BRIGADE MASTER TRAINER
As a Brigade Master Trainer, you will be a subject matter expert responsible for supporting training initiatives within the brigade. You will assist battalions in identifying training needs through the Command Inspection Program, field training assistance visits, and follow-ups. Conducting training at brigade-level functions, you will ensure that recruiters and personnel receive comprehensive and up-to-date training on policy, doctrine, and information management systems. Analyzing training data from battalions, you will provide recommendations to the brigade senior master trainer to improve the command’s training plans and guidance. Your expertise will contribute to the overall effectiveness and readiness of the brigade’s recruiting force.
USAREC SENIOR MASTER TRAINER
In the role of USAREC Senior Master Trainer, you will lead and supervise the USAREC Mobile Recruiter Training Team (MRTT). You will be responsible for training brigade senior master trainers and serving as the subject matter expert for all training initiatives within USAREC. Your duties will include assisting brigades in identifying training needs through the Command Inspection Program, field training assistance visits, and follow-ups. You will review pre-deployment assessments to determine training priorities and coordinate and conduct primary training on policy, doctrine, information management systems, and technology changes. Additionally, you will play a key role in the development, design, and fielding of new management systems and training programs within USAREC.
USAREC MASTER TRAINER
As a USAREC Master Trainer, you will be a subject matter expert responsible for supporting training initiatives across USAREC. You will assist brigades in identifying training needs, analyze training data, and provide recommendations for training plans and guidance. Conducting training at USAREC functions, you will ensure that recruiters and personnel receive comprehensive training on policy, doctrine, and information management systems. As a member of the USAREC Mobile Recruiter Training Team, you will contribute to the integration of new technology and advancements in training. Your expertise and guidance will help shape the training programs and readiness of the recruiting force.
WARRANT OFFICER RECRUITER (BOARDS NCOIC)
As a Warrant Officer Recruiter in the role of Boards NCOIC, you will manage, supervise, and provide guidance to _____ civilians. Your responsibilities will include the receipt of all Warrant Officer applications and conducting an initial quality control check. You will verify that all eligible applicants are in Board Ready status for each Warrant Officer board and ensure that all board members are prepared and execute their duties effectively through briefings and direct interaction. Additionally, you will prepare selection board results for MILPER message release and address any packet issues that arise during the board process.
AR WARRANT OFFICER RECRUITER
As an AR Warrant Officer Recruiter, your primary role will be to serve as an in-service enlisted recruiter for Army Reserve Warrant Officer candidates in 44 specialty fields. Your responsibilities will include planning, organizing, and executing visits to Army Reserve units to identify potential candidates. You will establish and maintain lead refinement lists, assist potential candidates with packet applications, and review and update the Enlisted Records Brief (ERB) according to current regulatory guidance. Preparing candidates for Warrant Officer Candidate (WOC) training courses and placement into U.S. Army Reserve units will be a key aspect of your role. By providing guidance and support, you will help qualified candidates navigate the enlistment process and ensure their successful entry into the Army Reserve as Warrant Officers.
As a Recruiter, your main responsibility will be to recruit individuals, assess their eligibility for enlistment, and provide counseling on various enlistment programs and options in the Army and Army Reserve. You will play a vital role in preparing enlistment applications and processing qualified applicants for enlistment. Additionally, you will be responsible for the accountability and preparation of Future Soldiers for their initial entry training. Your role will also involve implementing Army awareness programs and maintaining a network of influencers, including parents, educators, and community officials. Furthermore, you will be responsible for the proper management of $30,000 worth of government equipment.