In comparison to other fellows, I have not had the time to consistently interact with you on the server, but I have had a decent amount to give my thoughts.
I think you do need a bit more time to develop both as an adviser and a person that can be relied on to settle two sides of a heated battle. I don't believe you have the proper willpower to appropriately disregard insults and give a fair lecture within a sit, even if it means you are being disrespected. A large factor in a sit is control. You are handling a sit well if you use this control to steer the sit towards a positive outcome for both players, and a ban as a last resort if it is deemed necessary as the only viable option or the deserving punishment for a player.
I believe you would be too rash, and your lack of control would influence your decisions to the point that regular players and the people you take to sits will lose respect for you. I also believe lectures, like a good school teacher, are a great part of a sit, both players learn something, and in turn, grant you respect of more people on the server. With the way you conduct yourself in OOC I believe this stage of the sit would pass your mind quite frequently, as the typical thought would be:
- Get person.
- Person did something wrong.
- ''Hey person, you did this wrong.''
Sits, although I am rambling on, are much more complex than that. This is just my personal opinion, and you and others may agree, but I don't think you are quite ready to take on this role that requires a lot of strain on patience and compassion with those who clearly don't deserve it.
I implore you to not only stick to making friends with staff and regulars, but also the new players. Learn about how easy it is to break a rule when you're new, encourage not punishment of rule-breaking, but the satisfaction of knowing you have helped a player in the knowledge and understanding of how they can avoid rule=breaking in the future, and even how that rule can help them in the future! I myself love new players, having their thanks after helping them understand the MOTD and whatnot.
Also, just a little peeve of mine, but I would suggest updating your application a little bit, I find it a little odd (and no offense to you), that you've talked more about yourself than why you deserve staff? That is a HUGE factor that should be taken into consideration a little more. I would recommend adding a few more sentences, but just my opinion. I'm sure people appreciate an attempt at standing out and not a generic: ''Staff are always busy, so I can help when they're not here!''.
All in all, I feel as if this was too long, but I felt as if you are worth the effort, by the looks of it you do have many people who respect you, but I would love to see you grow more myself.
Good luck to you. Neutral.