Just thought I would take the time to explain the application process for the Joint Chief of Fleet Ops position a little more.
To start with, you would email the applications email address (firstname.lastname@example.org) stating that you wish to apply. In this email you would state why you want the position, why we should give it to you, and past experiences. If it doesn't make it too long, you can add anything else you wish to add that may persuade us to appoint you the new Chief of Fleet Operations.
Next you will have to attend an interview so the applications officer can get to know you a little better, your reasons for applying, etc.
After that, there should only be two, maybe three officers remaining the candidates pool, these officers will now attempt to win the general member base over with a Q&A and member vote, this will last only 3 days.
That's still not the end. If there were more than two, that vote will have caused the candidates pool to drop down to only two. If not, it will aid the senior staff in appointing the correct person, after this last phase. These two will now go head to head. The department heads and the rest of the senior staff will work closely during this phase. Each candidate will be given one day as the Chief of Fleet Ops, during this day the senior staff and department heads will throw situations at them, these may be easy, they may be hard, but they will all be fake, involving real members who will be playing a role.
After that stage, the senior staff will take up to a week discussing the candidates and voting on who to appoint, this vote will be unanimous.
The very last phase, I suppose, is the candidates pool only having one person left in it, meaning they get hired.