NCR Navy Counselor (Recruiter)
NCR stands for Navy Counselor (Recruiter). NCRs develop and implement recruiting plans, analyze market trends, and supervise recruiting activities.
Supervise and coordinate marketing, prospecting, interviewing, processing, classification, and onboarding activities
Provide guidance on recruiting qualified individuals for the United States Navy
To become an NCR, you must:
Serve at least four years in the Navy and achieve the rank of E-5 or above
Apply for the Navy Recruiter School, which is a six-week training program
Have a thorough knowledge of the Navy organization, including personnel and administrative procedures and policies
Have familiarity with shipboard life
Have first-hand knowledge of varied aspects of Navy life and duties
Have a high level of leadership
NCRs must be second class petty officers or above. They are not open to first-term enlistees.