Administration Eval Examples
If the duty title isn't provided, admin inputs will be listed below:
*** MY l of 21 FCPOs and FY-21 JIOCEUR 0366 SAILOR OF THE YEAR! ***
SUPERB DECKPLATE LEADER: Directly responsible for leading 30 FCPOs and 64 junior Sailors. His quality leadership and dedication to Sailors resulted in 9 advancements, 5 personal awards, 8 nominations for JSOQ/BJOQ, and 5 Intelligence Foundation Prof Certifications earned, further empowering the command's success in the Great Power Competition.
TECHNICAL EXPERT: Led 7 Nl personnel, generating 88 pieces of correspondence, 95 FITREP, and EVALS, and maintained a 95-personnel alpha roster, enabling the command's comms network to act swiftly. Ensured 100% evaluation coverage for all members, contributing to the command's nomination as the O'Connel Large Unit of the Year. Additionally, he filled a critical gap as the SharePoint manager and authored 3 products, 14 site modifications, updated the access list, and e-mail distro, ensuring seamless access to information.
DEVOTED MENTOR: Revived the unit's Sailor 360 program, trained, and mentored 3 co-facilitators to deliver 2 Sailor 360 training sessions, 2 Laying the Keel, and Brilliant on the Basics classes for 100 junior Sailors. Tirelessly led 22 mid-term counseling sessions, 16 eval debriefs, and assisted the CCC in conducting 27 CDBs, resulting in increased retention, morale, and engagement. PSG RSCA: 3.67
*** SUSTAINED SUPERIOR PERFORMER IN ALL ASPECTS; PROMOTE TO CPO NOW! ***
MISSION ORIENTED. Directly responsible for the accurate and timely processing of administrative and disbursing care for over 150 service members, including 355 pay and personnel transactions, 46 gains, 42 transfer/separations and accurate payments of Career Sea Pay Premium to 150 sailors. Procured off-ship lodging valued at more than $54,000 for over 50 sailors. Also submitted 13 BAH chits which resulted in the members making a quick and easy transition into their new homes.
Led 10 sailors in the administrative processing of 19 awards, 39 evaluation, and 530 correspondence.
Every task that she is given she completes swiftly and with accuracy with zero supervision.
She successfully tracked and processed 107 pieces of division correspondence and 176 mail parcels for sailor and marines, ensuring 100% accountability.
-EXCEPTIONAL PROGRAM MANAGER. As the Command's PRP Monitor and Security Clerk, she initiated, tracked and maintained XXX security clearances, XX restricted area badges and XXX PRP records which resulted in ZERO discrepancies during both a DOD-level and Wing inspection.
While serving with Manpower Information Division, provided support to the Service Treatment Record Veterans Affairs Backlog Team, rectified and verified missing medical and dental records for 39,000 Marines that have separated and retired from active duty. Located and uploaded medical and dental records to HAIMS and AHLTA for 9,000 Marines that had active veterans' benefits claims allowing them to receive benefits and proper medical and dental care. These efforts resulted in all delinquent files updated and process by HQMC.
In the absence of the Personnel Officer, superbly managed all INSERT COMMAND daily personnel functions. Solely released over XXX TOPS transaction, ensuring the timely and accurate process of over XXX gains/losses and over $$$$ in pay transactions.
PETTY OFFICER MENDOZA METICULOUSLY PROCESSED 250 PAY TRANSACTIONS, 137 GAINS, 91 REENLISTMENTS, 90 TRANSFERS, 14 FLEET RESERVE REQUESTS, 11 SEPARATIONS, 5 CAREER STATUS REENLISTMENT BONUSES AND WAS SOLELY RESPONSIBLE FOR CORRECTING BONUS DISCREPANCIES RECOUPING $67,829.88.
Responsible for administration support of 28 Active/FTS personnel and 330 Selective Reserve. Serialization of 380 documents for the NOSC San Jose. Have completed 10 ADSEPS, and 4 Administration Boards for ADSEPS. Organize and update Instructions and Notices for the NOSC San Jose. Process and input awards for Active/FTS and Selective Reserve. Postal Clerk, Legal Clerk, Admin Clerk.
FINANCIAL EXPERT - As the Financial Manager he ensured the ship's OPTAR valued at over $4 million dollars was properly executed in accordance with TYCOM directives. As the single Subject Matter Expert, he was instrumental to the flawless financial closeout of Fiscal Year 2011 while playing a vital role in supply's 1.4 Afloat Training Team inspections resulting in a passing grade of %85.