Serving in the Navy as a human resources specialist is a job specialty that is very rewarding. You get the opportunity to assist other sailors and Navy airmen with personal and career issues, and you can lend a hand in helping make a difference. There are many different types of career opportunities, educational and training options, advanced training chances, as well as other issues that you can be a part of making come true for different Navy personnel. The human resources enlisted specialist helps Navy personnel find answers and assists the Navy as well to make sure that the Navy has the personnel and people it needs to maintain operational and military readiness.
The United States Navy Forces are projected to grow over several thousand people in the next 2 to 4 years, and as such the need for trained Navy Human Resource specialists will increase. The Navy uses its Human Resources Specialists to manage and operate over 380 thousand diverse and different personnel. With hundreds of different job specialties, and thousands of new recruits each year, helping to make the correct matchups make the position of Human Resources Specialist a crucial one for the Navy. Finding the right people to fill key positions for an ongoing basis is the position of the Navy Human Resources Specialist.
It can be finding the right advanced educational opportunities for a particular sailor, or matching up a job specialty with the right candidate. But there are a lot of different issues that a Navy Human Resources Specialist can help untangle. It is often confusing for Navy personnel with all of the different areas, programs and opportunities available to the enlisted Navy person. But one of the people who are trained to clear up the confusion for Navy personnel is the Human Resources Specialist. They can help a person make sound choices and wise decisions in dealing with the Navy enlisted world.
As you grow and learn in the field of Human Resources, you will work to provide career and personal guidance to enlisted personnel. You will interview and establish a liaison working relationship with Navy Personnel issues and work to solve various Navy staffing issues. You will be assigned to Navy stations or bases that supervise Navy personnel, from the smallest duty stations to large military multinational stations.