We are a Navy at war, right?
We are short of money to have the Reserves support the warfighter, right?
ADSW money is hard to come by .... especially for, say, 334 days - right?
Did you catch that?From: ADSW, ADT, MOB officer opportunities on behalf of [redacted], KedrickPS2 CNRFC, N3
Sent: Mon 9/20/2010 [redacted] AM
Subject: Navy City Outreach Coordinator
1. Supported Command Point of Contact: CAPT Ken [redacted], ken.[redacted]@navy.mil, (703) 695-[redacted]; Ms. Stephanie [redacted], stephanie.p.[redacted]@navy.mil, (703) 695-[redacted]
2. Advertised Position Title: Navy City Outreach Coordinator - Los Angeles
3. Supported Command/Location: CHNAVPERS, Washington, D.C.
4. Rank/Rate: Lieutenant Commander (O-4), any designator.
5. Number of Positions: 1
6. Start Date: 01 NOV 10
7. Number of days: 334 days
8. Clearance Required: None
9. Type of Orders: ADSW
11. Description of the Requirements or Tasks to be performed: The Navy City Outreach Officer is responsible for all Navy outreach efforts for Chief of Navy Personnel (CNP) Diversity Directorate. The officer will build positive awareness of the organization and its scholarship programs within local communities, especially within the education community and among community and business leaders. Responsibilities will include:
* Manage CNP Diversity Directorate, education community partnerships.
* Build enduring and lasting relationships with local high schools, community colleges, community-based organizations, and other groups that work with potential Navy accessions candidates.
* Identify and attend college and career fairs, visit community and business leaders, and school districts in designated diversity market.
* Plan, coordinate, and conduct offsite information sessions for prospective NROTC candidates at various venues (self initiated and by invitation).
* Assist the Diversity Directorate to plan, coordinate, and organize the Navy's participation in local professional and affinity group events such as conferences, seminars, festivals and national holy days. Coordinate senior officer visits to these events.
* Provide general information about Naval Service Training Command, scholarship programs, and admission requirements and distribute marketing and application materials to prospective students or referral sources.
* Set up and staff information tables at high schools, community colleges, businesses and other select venues.
* Build and maintain a strong pool of qualified prospective NROTC candidates.
* Build and maintain a Navy Network team (consisting of local Naval Academy representatives, Blue Gold Officers, Recruiting Districts, NROTC units, Navy Operational Support Centers, and various Navy Enterprise Diversity Officers) to develop and implement targeted recruitment strategies to increase diversity candidates for scholarship program.
* Contribute to the overall success of CNP's Diversity Directorate by participating in the development of the accessions plan, actively participating in Diversity Directorate meetings and by representing Chief of Naval Personnel in the local community.
* Collect and analyze statistical data in order to enhance outreach activities and yield strategies and provide weekly, monthly, and quarterly reports of actual performance versus targets.
* Position involves heavy Flag and SES-level interaction.
12. Special Travel Considerations or Conditions: Member must be a resident of the Los Angeles area and have an established network of business, community and academic leaders.
13. Additional Remarks: Member should contact POC immediately as this requirement needs to be filled ASAP.
Read para 12 again.
If there was ever a case of narrow-casting and ADSW job discription for a single individual, this has to be one. What is the fraud, waste and abuse hotline again?
Oh, there it is.