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									     STAFFING




National Training Department
  WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

Appointment of Flotilla Staff Officers (FSOs)
The recruiting process – internal and
external functions
Mentoring and training
Developing FSOs
Personnel Security Investigation



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    APPOINTMENT OF STAFF

Every unit’s senior elected officer appoints
staff officers.
To be successful, elected officers must
make certain that staff officers are well
briefed on their duties and responsibilities.
An elected officer’s delegation of authority
to a staff officer does not relieve the
elected officer from any responsibility.
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   APPOINTMENT OF STAFF

Staff officers are appointed and serve at the
elected officer’s pleasure.
Normally, new members are not offered staff
officer appointments during their first
membership year.
Staff officers are not barred from holding
simultaneous elected office or another staff
office.
Elected unit leaders may designate a Lay
Leader to serve at their pleasure.
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STAFF APPOINTMENTS

To carry out the Auxiliary program, FCs
appoint staff officers, as needed, up to
16 flotilla staff officers (FSOs) from the
group listed below.
  Operations (OP)
  Publications (PB)
  Materials (MA)
  Vessel Examination (VE)
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   STAFF APPOINTMENTS

Secretary/Records (SR)
Personnel Services (PS)
Member Training (MT)
Communications (CM)
Marine Safety & Environmental Protection
(MS)
Public Affairs (PA)
Finance (FN)
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   STAFF APPOINTMENTS

Navigation Services (NS)
Information and Communication Services
(IS)
Program Visitor (PV)
Public Education (PE)
Communications Services (CS)



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  STAFF APPOINTMENTS

The Flotilla Commander (FC) is to appoint
an FSO in each of the internal functions.
Additionally, an FSO is to be appointed in
at least one external program.
No staff officer need be appointed to a
program not supported by the flotilla.



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   STAFF APPOINTMENTS

A flotilla member may hold more than one
appointed staff office concurrently at
various unit levels or within the same unit
level.
Functions and programs may be combined
and, if so, do not require separate staff
appointments.


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      RECRUITING STAFF

The positions that your flotilla NEEDS to
accomplish your goals
Internal Functions (Member to Member)
External Functions (Member to Public)
Mentor
Selective recruiting



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   SELECTING THE STAFF

What position do you need to fill?
What qualifications are you looking for?
Who do you know with those quals?
What organizations are formed around
these interests?
How complicated is the position? Could an
assistant help?
  INTERVIEWING THE STAFF

What is the level of interest?
Has the member completed the Patriot
Readiness form?
What is the prospective member looking for
... Social or Service?
Be sure to outline 'The next step’!
  DEVELOPING THE STAFF

Do not hand FSOs their job descriptions
and expect them to take off!
Explain the job
Discuss the expectations
Explain the paperwork
Explain the goals
Help them get the training needed
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