CALL FOR APPLICATIONS FOR ASSIGNMENT TO PRESIDENTIAL FOOD SERVICE:
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SUBJ/CALL FOR APPLICATIONS FOR ASSIGNMENT TO PRESIDENTIAL FOOD SERVICE//
NARR/REF A IS MILPERSMAN 1306-937, CULINARY SPECIALIST EXECUTIVE SERVICES
REF B IS DOD DIRECTIVE 5210.55, DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE PRESIDENTIAL SUPPORT
REF C IS DOD INSTRUCTION 5210.87, SELECTION OF DOD MILITARY AND CIVILIAN
PERSONNEL AND CONTRACTOR EMPLOYEES FOR ASSIGNMENT TO PRESIDENTIAL SUPPORT
RMKS/1. This NAVADMIN announces the requirements and solicits motivated
enlisted Service Members for duty with Presidential Food Service (PFS) at the
White House. There are open billets within the following Navy ratings: CSCM,
CSCS, CSC, CSSC, CS1, CSS1, CS2 and CSS2. Interested volunteers who meet the
criteria of references (a) through (c), are eligible to apply for billets as
early as 18 months from their projected rotation date.
2. Located in Washington, D.C., the primary mission of PFS is providing
worldwide food service, security, and personalized services to the President
of the United States. They are charged with managing a fully operational
executive dining facility in the West Wing, logistics operations, catering
service, and operating the Navy Mess Gift Shop. PFS has been comprised of
elite Navy Culinary Specialists who have had the honor of fortifying the U.S.
Navy legacy in the White House by directly supporting Presidents since 1951.
3. Eligibility. Candidates must always operate with maturity, tact and be
an exceptional and disciplined representative of the U.S. Navy at the White
House serving throughout the United States and abroad while both on and off-
duty. They must meet the following requirements listed below to be
considered for this assignment.
a. No non-judicial punishment or courts-martial convictions in the last
b. No alcohol-related incidents (civil or military) in the last
36 months. Driving under the influence or driving while intoxicated
convictions within the last 5 years are disqualifying.
c. No excessive debt, financial instability or command directed
counseling in the last 36 months. Applicants must be eligible for a
government credit card.
d. Must be a U.S. citizen, non-dual citizenship and hold a minimum of
valid secret clearance.
e. No evaluation trait below 3.0 for the past 36 months.
f. High standard of physical fitness. No PFA failure in the last 36
months. Personnel who have had medical waivers in the last 24 months are
considered on a case-by-case basis.
4. Interested candidates meeting the above requirements must submit a fully
completed Enlisted Personnel Action Request (NAVPERS 1306/7) and Special
Program Screening Form (NAVPERS 1306/92) to Culinary Specialists Executive
Services Program (PERS-44ES) as directed in reference (a). After receiving
preliminary acceptance from PERS-44ES candidates must provide and complete
a. Personnel Service Record/Electronic Service Record.
b. Physical Readiness Information Management System Data.
c. Standard Form 86.
d. White House Military Office Personnel Data Sheet.
e. White House Military Office Certificate of Medical Officer.
f. Full length photo in Service Dress Blue Uniform.
g. Photos of any visible tattoos.
h. Last five evaluations.
i. Presidential Food Service Interview Sheet.
j. Official United States Navy Biography.
k. Face-to-face interview at the White House.
5. For questions or additional information, please contact PERS-44ES at
(901) 874-4614 or PFS at firstname.lastname@example.org.
6. This NAVADMIN will remain in effect until superseded or canceled.
7. Released by Rear Admiral J. P. Waters, Acting N1B.//