November 16, 2012 to January 17, 2014

Posted in Military Performance Evaluations

EVALUATION REPORT
11/16/12 to 1/17/14

Peter R. Leo, CDR, USN
Navy Recruiting District Los Angeles


  • Paygrade: E6
  • Professional knowledge: 5
  • Quality of work: 5
  • Equal opportunity: 4
  • Military bearing / Character: 4
  • Personal job accomplishment / Initiative: 4
  • Teamwork: 4
  • Leadership: 4
  • Individual trait average: 4.29
  • Promotion recommendation: Early Promote

Recruit high quality officer and enlisted applicants for Active and Reserve Navy service in seven Southern California counties, the State of Hawaii, Pacific Island territories, and the Far East.

PRI: NRS Leading Petty Officer-12. Leads four other recruiters at Recruiting Station Palmdale, CA. Responsible for canvassing, placement, testing, and processing qualified applicants for Naval Service.

COLL: Division Career Counselor-12; Divisional Training PO-12. DEPCO DIV-2.


*** MY 6 OF 35 FLEET RECRUITERS AND 19 OF 79 COMMAND E6 – PERFORMING AT THE CPO LEVEL ***

• Deckplate leader. He led three recruiters to a consistent monthly production of 147% New Contract Objective, 100% New Accession Training (NAT), 100% Nuke Field, 160% Total Test Category Upper, 109% Female Test Category Upper, 200% NSO/NSW, 104% Shipping and 100% NAT Shipping. His teamwork and motivation resulted in Division Two being selected for Navy Recruiting District Los Angeles Division of the Year for FY13!

• Unmatched mentor. His genuine concern for his Sailors’ personal and professional development is apparent at every turn. In addition, he helped train four recruiters to qualify LPO. 66% of his Sailors including himself earned their Military Outstanding Volunteer Service Medal and three of his Sailors are enrolled in college. In January 2013, as a result of his outstanding leadership, one of his Sailors was advanced and selected as Junior Sailor of the Year for FY12.

• Superior recruiting asset. Petty Officer Osterday is the leader that thinks and acts far above his paygrade. In addition to the success he brings to others, he also continues to focus on CNRC’s top priorities. His station led my command in Special Operations production as well as Nuclear Power Programs and NROTC scholarship applicants.

HE HAS MY HIGHEST POSSIBLE RECOMMENDATION FOR SELECTION AND ADVANCEMENT TO CHIEF!


Education: 45 credits at University of Oklahoma; TESC Workforce Career Coach

Certifications: USMAP Counselor; Global Career Development Facilitator GCDF

Awards: MOVSM; Gold Wreaths (10th – 12th)