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Old 02-24-2011, 12:40 PM   #1
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Navy Counselor (NC)
NCC = Career
NCR = Recruiter

Navy Counselors offer vocational guidance to Navy personnel — individually and in groups — aboard ships and at shore facilities. They assess the interests, aptitudes, abilities and personalities of individuals and assist them in reaching their full potential. They are responsible directly to the command triumvirate (CO, XO, CMC) and report on many items such as retention, attrition, advancement, testing and various other facets of the career development program. Additionally, it is their keen eye and attention to detail that ensure personnel throughout the command are updated on current Navy policies in regards to career management, off duty education and administrative procedures, among various other responsibilities.

The Navy Counselor (NC) rating is not open to the incoming recruit. This rating requires a thorough knowledge of the Navy organization, including personnel and administrative procedures and policies. Because the NC rating accepts only petty officers first and second class, it is not open to first-term enlistees. A Navy person who intends to apply for this rating must have experienced the total environment of the Navy. The individual's background must clearly indicate familiarity with shipboard life; first hand knowledge of varied aspects of Navy life and duties gained through participation in a wide range of activities and assignment; and a high level of leadership as well as comprehension of diverse assigned duties. Navy counselors offer career guidance to Navy people aboard ships and at shore facilities, and to civilians who are considering enlistment in the Navy. They assist commands in organizing and implementing an aggressive enlisted career information program; evaluates enlisted career information program within own command and/or subordinate commands as applicable; supervises and coordinates interviewing and counseling efforts; counsels individuals and gives presentations to civic groups, naval personnel and their family members on the advantages of career opportunities and professional development in the Navy; establishes and maintains liaison with local media; serves as Transition Assistance Program Managers; provide counseling on veteran benefits and relocation programs.


Navy Counselors:
  • interview personnel;
  • career development - for Active and Reserve programs;
  • prepare and deliver talks;
  • organize, train, motivate and manage an aggressive career information program;
  • establish and maintain liaison with local media;
  • recruit civilian personnel into the Navy.
Working Environment
Counseling duties are usually performed in an office environment. NCs work closely with others, but sometimes work independently with little supervision. Most of their work is mental.

A-School (Job School) Information
Program development training is available in this rating during later stages of career development.
"C" Technical School San Diego or Norfolk, Va. 4 weeks
Personnel and office administration, Navy rights and benefits, methods and dynamics of counseling Group and individualized instruction, and labs.
Rinc, Zone Supervisor,and Chief Recruiter School Pensacola, Fla. 2 Weeks,3 Weeks,and 2 Weeks
NCs wishing to become Navy recruiters attend a specialized 5-week course in Pensacola, Fla.

Security Clearance Requirement: None Required

Other Requirements
Candidates for the Navy counselor rating are selected from petty officers first class, and petty officers second class eligible for advancement to first class.



Sea/Shore Rotation for This Rating
  • First Sea Tour: N/A
  • First Shore Tour: N/A
  • Second Sea Tour: 48 months
  • Second Shore Tour: 48 months
  • Third Sea Tour: 36 months
  • Third Shore Tour: 36 months
  • Fourth Sea Tour: 36 months
  • Forth Shore Tour: 36 months
Note: Sea tours and shore tours for sailors that have completed four sea tours will be 36 months at sea followed by 36 months ashore until retirement.
Navy Career Counselors transition to the NC rating after completing at least one sea tour in their initial rating. After transition, the length of the first sea tour will be determined on a case-by-case basis depending upon the individual's sea tour experience. Career Recruiters have no sea duty billets.
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