Navy Counselor (NC) Eval Inputs
Executed 25 reenlistments accruing over $130,000 in bonuses. Processed over 150 CDB's and 70 CWAY submissions.
Conducted annual CIPR with ISIC which resulted in a grade of 97% which is well above the Navy's standard.
Performs at a level that regularly exceeds job and rank requirements.
Demonstrates a high level of initiative.
Command Involvement. Provided valuable command indoctrination training to 50 senior Sailors and Officers. Additionally, she coordinated 50 executive CDBs resulting in 12 OTEIP approvals, 14 retirement ceremonies, and 21 reenlistments/extensions. Her efforts contributed to the command's 85 percent retention rate and the 2014 Retention Excellence Golden Anchor Award.
DEMONSTRATED OUTSTANDING LEADERSHIP AND ADMINISTRATIVE ACUMEN THROUGH HER EXPERT TRACKING OF ADMINISTRATIVE REQUIREMENTS, RESERVE PAY, COMMAND SPONSORSHIP, AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT REQUIREMENTS, ENABLING RESERVE TRAINING AND HELPING ALIGN COMMAND PERSONNEL WITH THE NEEDS OF THE PARENT COMMAND. SHE SINGLEHANDEDLY OVERHAULED THE UNIT'S COMMAND CAREER COUNSELOR PROCESS, DRIVING 100% RETENTION, MOBILIZATION READINESS, AND CAREER DEVELOPMENT BOARD COMPLETION.
A uniquely talented and self-motivated Sailor. An invaluable asset to Division 10 and NRD Miami.
Masterful Leader. Under her tutelage, the Command Development Team performed 392 CDBs, 50 reenlistments, 25 retirements, 10 conditional releases and 5 Active Duty recalls. She was instrumental in bringing the Reserve Career Information Course to Hawaii, which saved the Navy $70,000 in travel funds and trained 25 new Reserve Career Counselors.
Unsurpassed technical knowledge-Provides training for 16 unit counselors and leadership. Her training allowed leadership and unit counselors to have the proper information to help their Sailors resulting in 85% retention for reserves and 100% percent retention for Active Duty.
She possessed and demonstrated a single-minded focus on her goal to organize, instruct, and develop a diverse and inexperienced group of personnel into a highly professional and motivated team of recruiting experts.
A hands-on mentor, his lead-from-the-front style ensured his Counselors had the necessary tools to reach their professional and personal goals.
Petty Officer Peters' bold leadership, wise judgement and complete dedication to duty made him the go to recruiter for a struggling recruiting station.
She mentored, coached and led both junior enlisted, junior chiefs and junior officers (SDOs) and set the example for a higher standard in all major evolutions required of the enlisted staff.
She single-handedly trained and led 11 command and squadron counselors supporting over 2,300 Sailors in educating members on the Navy's constantly evolving career information policies to maintain the squadrons' retention, mission, and readiness.
Her efforts served to improve not only the efficiency of the Zone 3 EPO department, but the entire command.
Served in 6 recruiting stations, mentored hundreds of future sailors as well as many junior sailors.
His efforts as COMHELSEACOMBATWINGPAC ISIC Counselor increased the skill and knowledge of individual Career Counselors, improving their career counseling management programs and resulting in 24 quarterly Honor Roll Excellence recognitions and 11 annual Retention Excellence Golden Anchor awards.
He conducted 124 career development boards, processed 40 Perform to Serve applications, and executed 42 reenlistments accruing over 235,000 dollars in bonuses.
Processed over 400 PTS applications, 100 career development boards, and 25 reenlistments.
Worked in three recruiting districts: Area Central, Navy Recruiting District Indianapolis, and Navy Recruiting District Ohio, for over ten years.
His exemplary performance positively impacted 2 command and 10 squadron career management programs.
Her relentless preparation and assessment was the driving force behind the success of the Wing's Command Assessment Visit inspection program.