Navy Reserve Recruiter – The Responsibilities

Do you have the desire to help take the Navy Reserve to the next level? Do you enjoy helping men and women achieve all their goals? If so, you should think about becoming a Navy Reserve recruiter. This is a great job for those with past military experience who enjoy helping others.

To become a Navy Reserve recruiter, you must be an enlisted sailor or office serving active duty, or currently part of the Individual Ready Reserve or Selected Reserve.

On the surface, recruiting for the Navy may sound like a simple task. However, this is a challenging job that is sure to keep you working hard day after day – especially if you want to do your best for your country. Although there is a lot

a Navy Reserve recruiter you have many responsibilities. As you continue to work in this capacity, you will realize just how rewarding it can be.

3 Responses to "Navy Reserve Recruiter – The Responsibilities"

  1. josue  March 31, 2012 at 1:27 pm

    Hi, I would love to join the navy but as I can do to be part of such, I am Panamanian , please leave me a message in my mail, thanks in advance

  2. Francisco  April 1, 2012 at 3:43 pm

    Would like more info regarding USNR Recruiting Position

  3. Dylon  July 31, 2012 at 8:45 pm

    i would love to join the NAVY and make a difference, but i broke my leg a year ago and they put a metal rod in it, would this make me not able to join? thanks!!

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