After being a casual observer of the pages of Arrse for a while and paying particular note to recruitment related posts (and cringing at some of the ill advice given â more than often quite innocently) I thought Iâd take the plunge and add my two penny worth to the discussions. So what gives me the right to do so? Well Iâm currently in a position where I have all the right answers (or can get them) as Iâm working within that field. Now I donât profess to be a know-it-all but I believe that if anyone has a query that canât be answered by their own AFCO/ACIO then Iâm willing to say it as it is. I apologise now if Arrse has itâs own resident Recruiting Staff on itâs books already and Iâve no intention of treading on anyoneâs toes. Also Iâm not on a one man mission to put right the wrongs of the recruiting process. Iâm a firm believer that the right person should be put into the right job from the outset and not just to fulfill pinchpoint or hard to recruit posts (donât tell my boss that otherwise Iâd get the sack!). Iâve no need either to âsuckâ up to my own Corps (a technical one) and provide them with the numbers they so need and require as Iâm on an E1 post (You can't touch me now!). Anyway enough of my drivel â let the questions roll in. Full marks and congratulations to the first reply to call me a REMF, tree hugger, do-gooder that should be out there doing a âproperâ job rather than relishing in the warm confines of the recruiting office within touching distance of the kettle. How I miss the banter of the field force! Just for the record Iâve never worked harder and achieved so much job satisfaction in the 17 years that Iâve been in as I have now.