A Full Time Equivalent for this position equates to 1880 hours per year, however other than normal working hours, to include evening, weekends, and holidays may be required in support of R&S requirements. The contractor shall ensure any absence (including leave, medical emergencies, etc.) lasting more than 10 consecutive work days are back-filled with a qualified candidate for the duration of the absence or until permanently filled.
The contractor personnel shall provide support and have a complete understanding of all Marine Corps Forces Manpower issues related to Total Force Structure in order to manage the complexity of large pools of qualified working applicants. The daily use of the Recruiting Information System (RIS) database shall be required to manage applicant information prior to an applicant’s attendance at A&S. The contractor shall utilize the Systemic Approach to Recruiting in order to gain new working applicants, through telephone calls, emails and unit canvassing of potential prospects that meet the prescribed MARSOC application standards. The contractor shall be responsible for tracking applicant’s completion of the Naval Special Warfare (NSW) Physical prior to the applicant’s attendance at A&S. The contractor shall have an understanding of Marine Corps Orders and Directives that govern the Marine Corps Recruiting Program. The contractor must possess a working knowledge of MARSOC and the associated missions applicable to the Critical Skills Operators and Special Officer Operators. Contractor personnel will be assigned a minimum number of potential applicants that shall be contacted on a daily basis, and shall monitor an assigned minimum number or working applicants per month who have been assigned to upcoming or future A&S Classes. In addition, applicant contacts and working applicant information will be reported in concert with the weekly, monthly and quarterly reports to be provided by the Recruiting Training and Operations Officer. Contractor personnel shall be required to travel to CONUS and OCONUS locations in support of the R&S mission. Recruiters shall be required to speak in public forums, as well as, interact directly with individual applicants. Recruiters shall work extensively with the Microsoft Office suite of tools, and must be proficient in the use of Work, Outlook, Powerpoint, and Excel. The contractor shall be responsible for other administrative duties in support of the R&A mission.