JLBC CADET COMMANDER Synopsis
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JLBC Cadet command is the ultimate challenge for a cadet officer. It is an enormous test of leadership skills, especially one's ability to articulate a vision and point all cadets toward meaningful goals. JLBC Cadets The position stands at the epicenter of the squadron: The cadet commander is the most visible cadet, a role model for the entire cadet corps, and the liaison between the senior staff and the cadet staff. This position's nature depends on the cadet officers and NCOs in the squadron. JLBC Cadets, Therefore, the position description must be flexible. In small squadrons, the cadet commander may need to assume flight commander and even first sergeant duties. In large squadrons, the main task is to direct and coordinate cadet officers and NCOs team.
Immediate Supervisor Typical Grades
Squadron Cmdr. or Deputy C/Capt through C/Col
Set Goals for the Squadron. The vision for the cadet corps must stem from the cadet commander. Use your insight and experience to point the squadron toward exciting and meaningful goals. Survey cadets' interests to learn what activities they desire. Confer with the squadron commander or deputy and propose short-range (weekly), mid-range (quarterly), and long-range (yearly) goals for the squadron to achieve.
Establish Plans, Policies & Procedures. Keep the squadron focused on its goals by setting short-term training objectives for each weekly meeting and unique activity. Ensure all cadet activities are well planned and successful. Continually evaluate the effectiveness of the cadet staff's standard operating procedures.
Coordinate Cadet Staff Activities. Build a spirit of teamwork among the cadet staff—outline basic guidelines for how they will work together. Hone and clarify the various cadet staff position descriptions. Convene and chair cadet staff meetings regularly. Serve as the primary liaison between the senior member and cadet staff.