Recruiter

Recruiter

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Best parts of holding this position

Living in a civilian community. Helping people fulfil there desires of enlistment.  Making mission. Being looked upon as the ambassador of the Army within your community. 
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Worst parts of holding this position

Being away from the Military support chain, in some cases.  Having to work after hours and weekends to make your mission. Constant driving some recruiting areas are huge. Up early and stay late. Cold repetitive phone calls .  
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Advice on how to prepare for this position

Be a self-starter, motivation is important. Confident communication skills will go a long way when speaking with applicants and speaking with career counselors in schools .  Be financially  secure.  Know the Army Enlistment Programs  AR 601-210. Good phone skills are a must recruiters work from school listings, cold calls.  Know your recruiting area demographics. Some typing skills are necessary.  Have good driving skills.  Be able to do your job under pressure!  You will know what I talking about when you attend Recruiting School "RECX" kills several students each course. Be the best at LISTENING, applicants will indirectly tell you what will cause them to enlist.

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