In the U.S. Army, a Recruiter NCO is part of the Adjutant General's Corps. His or her duties are described as "Recruits qualified personnel for entry into the Army in accordance with applicable regulations, supervises recruiting and recruiting support activities."

Is there a clearance required?: No

Is this a combat or support MOS?: Support

Military Duties:

Recruiters may be skill level 3, 4, or 5. People working at skill level 3 are "on the ground," working directly with young people who are interested in an Army career. At higher levels, Army recruiters are developing recruitment plans, managing programs, and making presentations. At skill level 3, recruiters work directly with potential soldiers. They conduct interviews, counsel potential recruits, and determine whether potential recruits are qualified for the U.S. Army. At skill level 4, recruiters are one step away from working directly with recruits, though they may do so from time to time. Instead, they work directly with skill level 3 recruiters, providing training and analyzing results. At skill level 5, recruiters develop training programs and outreach programs. They also analyze statistics, manage publications, and prepare enlistment reports. They may also evaluate and report on the work of recruiters in the field.

Military Duties Translated:

Source candidates using a variety of search methods to build a robust candidate pipeline Screen candidates by reviewing resumes and job applications, and performing phone screenings Take ownership of candidate experience by designing and managing itDevelop job postings, job descriptions, and position requirements Perform reference checks as need Facilitate the offer process by extending the offer and negotiationg employment terms Manage onboarding and new hire process Stay abreast of recruiting trends and best practices Manage the overall interview, selection, and closing process Ensure all screening, hiring, and selection is done in accordance with employment laws and regulations

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