See what individual Flotillas have planned for participating in the week long activity.
2013/14 District Commodore Elect: Michael Morris, Sitka Flotilla
2013/14 District Chief of Staff Elect: Bruce Jones, Petersburg Flotilla
2013 District Captain Elect: David Brubaker, Whittier Flotilla
2013 Division 1 Commander Elect: Ted Allio, Sitka Flotilla
2013 Division 1 Vice Commander Elect: Vern Craig, Ketchikan Flotilla
2013 Division 2 Commander Elect: Cathey Sterling, Whittier Flotilla
2013 Division 2 Vice Commander Elect: Alan Drake, Seward Flotilla
2013 Division 3 Commander Elect: Nanci Terencio, Anchorage Flotilla
2013 Division 3 Vice Commander elect: David Erickson, Anchorage Flotilla
The new AUXCHEF program is coming to Alaska. Here is some information regarding the program. Please find four documents below: AUXCHEF- Chair, AUXCHEF Performance Qualifications Standards Checklist and the AUXCHEF Training and Qualifications Guide and the downloadable AUXCHEF Performance Qualifications Standards Checklist
AuxChef – Chair
Duties of District 17 AuxChef – Chair
- AuxChef – Chair, appointed by the Commodore, in consultation with Auxiliary Sector Coordinators (ASC)’s, DIRAUX office and District Chief of Staff (DCOS) will be responsible for implementing and administrating the AUXCHEF Program from the Sector level.
- AuxChef – Chair, Sector Anchorage and AuxChef – Chair, Sector Juneau will work with their Sector ASC’s to disseminate information on the AUXCHEF Program to each unit under their Area of Responsibility (AOR).
- The Coast Guard unit will request assistance through their Sector AuxChef – Chair, who will then request AUXCHEF volunteers in their AOR and will make the assignment.
- An AuxChef – Chair, Sector Anchorage or Sector Juneau will consult with their Unit Officer in Charge (OIC), Commanding Officer (CO), Sector Commander (SC), or Air Station Commander Sitka (ASC-S) or Air Station Commander Kodiak (ASC-K) for assignment to duty.
- Duty time may range from one meal to several weeks depending on the nature and location of the duty and the needs of the unit.
- AUXCHEF’s assigned to duty must be physically able to handle the duty. An AuxChef - Chair after consulting with the DIRAUX office, OIC, CO, SC, or ASC unit will make a fit for duty determination.
- An AuxChef - Chair will be responsible for maintaining records on AUXCHEF’s such as completed PQS, Hepatitis Series vaccination completion, (Coast Guard clinics are authorized to provide the series of shots, however most members will need to look to their private health care provider for the series of shots as Coast Guard clinics are limited in D-17). An Annual Sanitation Class is required by the Coast Guard for all Food Service personnel and the 8-hour TCT ever two year. Member’s record will be sent to the DIRAUX office for inclusion into the Auxiliarist personnel file. Records will be maintained for each AUXCHEF by the AuxChef - Chair ensuring each member is always in compliance with all requirements.
- An AuxChef - Chair will work with the National Department of Human Resources to ensure the AUXCHEF program is current and all policies and regulations are adhered to.
- AUXCHEF Duty:
- Generally the required uniform for an AUXCHEF working at a Station or on a Vessel will be the ODU uniform, name tags and member device insignia. However, a Unit may prescribe a different uniform as the mission dedicates. Shoes, black: boots, tennis shoes or chef’s clogs. Safety shoes are best. Comfort is critical. Cap: Unit or Auxiliary ball cap with member devices.
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- For prep work: Same uniform as described above is acceptable.
- For Serving: White Chef’s Coat (long sleeve), with Black pants. The Chef’s Coat will be embroidered in navy blue or black script, with their name on the right chest and U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary on the left chest. A white t-shirt will be worn under the Chef’s coat, Shoes, black service dress leather or high gloss synthetic black shoes, Insignia Member Devices only on the coat collar. The uniform will not be provided by the Coast Guard.
- Reporting Time in AUXDATA will be on the 7030 (Mission Activity Report) use code 07D – CG Operational Support: Other Missions. Report no more than 19 hours/day for work at Station. On a cutter, you may record up to 24 hours, as you would always be on call
- Report travel time on 7029 (Member Activity Log) forms are submitted to their flotilla FSO-IS for entering into AUXDATA, Copies of any forms should be sent to the AuxChef – Chair, Sector Anchorage or Sector Juneau.
- Information reprinted from:
- U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary National Department of Human Resources
- AUXCHEF Training and Qualifications Guide
Approved by the Coast Guard and Coast Guard Auxiliary, February 23, 2010
AUXCHEF Training and Qualifications Guide
Coast Guard Authorization Act of 2010 signed by President Obama.