Enlisted opportunity opens in MEO
By Senior Airman Kayla McWalter, N.H. Air National Guard Joint Force Headquarters
/ Published June 13, 2015
PEASE AIR NATIONAL GUARD BASE, N.H. -- The Military Equal Opportunity (MEO) office has opened a traditional, enlisted position for current members of the 157th Air Refueling Wing as well as any other qualified military members.
MEO officials are looking for a motivated Airman, who has a desire to help educate members and ensure that the 157 ARW remains a safe and comfortable unit.
What is MEO? Formally, the enlisted member develops equal opportunity and other related human relations education programs and enhances the Air Force mission by promoting an environment of equity, dignity and respect through positive human relations and teamwork. In addition, this position is responsible for providing advice, consultation, education, alternative dispute resolution (ADR), and referral services to commanders and supervisors to help enhance mission effectiveness.
According to Master Sgt. Anita Larose, MEO is a critical position and part of the mission here and ensures the safety and happiness of the members.
"We are dedicated to the base and the members, we arm each squadron with the tools to remain sensitive of discrimination and harassment," said Larose, who is an EO specialist.
For those who are interested in the position must meet the following minimum requirements:
· Have an ASVAB score of 41 in the 'Administrative' category or a 44 in the 'General' category
· Qualified in primary Air Force Specialty Code and possess at least a 5-skill level
· Must be ready to sew on staff sergeant
· Inquire for further physical requirements
For any further questions or to express interest in the position contact the recruiting office at 603-430-2435.