The NCO Coordination and Liaison (Coordination of Government Activities in the Territories) includes civilian coordination, consultation on palestinian affairs, security coordination, international organizations and foreign relations, and many others.
The coordinator of government activities in the Territories is responsible for the implementation of Israeli government policy in Judea, Samaria and the Gaza Strip.
What are the admission requirements?
Profile 64 and above.
KBA (quality group level) - Men 51 and for women 47 (and above).
Yom Hame'a scores (for girls only):
Human relations- 3 and above.
Management and Organization- 3 and above.
What does the role include?
Basic training (02) and advanced training of 5 weeks.
Where will I be placed?
In the Civil Administration units at the various border crossings.
The placement as a Mashakit (NCO) is determined by a number of factors that are taken into account: your personal index and preferences as well as the Military's needs. There may be changes in the admission requirements mentioned above and additional considerations that are reflected in the status of your candidacy on this role. Those who are qualified will be given the option to proceed towards training courses, command and officer courses.