Skill Level 4 Prospects for leads. Prepares a prospect card. Refines leads. Conducts a school program. Determines basic enlistment eligibility. Prequalifies an individual for enlistment. Determines eligibility for extension or immediate reenlistment. Conducts enlistment, attrition management, and retention interviews. Explains the selected reserve incentive program and the Montgomery GI Bill, initial entry training (IET) requirements, test results, enlistment options/programs/obligations, non-regular service retirement, employer support, and reemployment rights. Evaluates unit sponsorship program. Briefs applicant on MEPS processing. Prepares and completes an enlistment packet. Counsels an applicant. Operates Guard Accession Information Network System. Establishes media contacts. Conducts direct mail campaigns. Evaluates the unit’s retention environment. Explains strength maintenance recognition programs. Conduct a strength maintenance interview and briefing. Develops a time management work plan. Trains unit first line leaders on career planning. Reviews request for separation/transfer/discharge. Reviews extension/immediate reenlistment procedures. Identifies alternatives to separation/transfer/discharge. Evaluates retention data, forms and files. Analyzes unit pay and performance data. Initiates security for family assistance operations. Explains the National Guard Family Program. Identifies resources for family assistance. Provides referral services for family members. Prepares DD Form 1172 (Application for Uniformed Services Identification Card–DEERS) for DEERS enrollment, issues ID cards for family members during mobilization. Develops a state marketing plan. Prepares and advertising budget. Determines regulatory requirements for advertising. Writes recruiting and retention advertising copy and script.
Skill Level 5 Performs duties from previous skill level and provides technical guidance to lower grade soldiers in the performance of all tasks. Determines strength maintenance objectives. Evaluates strength maintenance activities. Conducts Recruiting and Retention NCO training and orientation. Develops Recruiting and Retention NCO incentive program. Prepares Recruiting and Retention NCO training program. Reviews and approves a state marketing plan. Compiles and maintains production data. Analyzes production management reports. Supervises Recruiting and Retention NCOs. Organizes and coordinates strength maintenance programs. Assigns duties and evaluates performance of subordinates. Inspects strength maintenance activities. Identifies, investigates, and takes corrective action in problem areas. Plans and conducts a strength maintenance seminars and conferences. Develops and directs training programs to assist Recruiting and Retention NCOs.