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Fleet engagement brief NPC (15 aug 2013) DETAILERS

Fleet engagement brief NPC (15 aug 2013) DETAILERS

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  • 1. NAVY BUPERS 3 1 Fleet Engagement (NAVREG MID-ATLANTIC 27-28 AUG 2013) CSCM(SW/AW) Paul Marshall PERS-40 Senior Enlisted Advisor Email: paul.marshall1@navy.mil Tel: COMM: 901-874-3539 DSN 882-3539 FCCS(SW) Jason Brock PERS 4013 Enlisted Placement Email: jason.brock@navy.mil Tel: COMM: 901-874-4548 DSN 882-4548
  • 2. NAVY BUPERS 3 2 Enlisted Placement and Distribution PERS-40
  • 3. NAVY BUPERS 3 3 Agenda • PERS-40 Organization Chart • PERS-4013 Mission • NAVADMIN 226/12 • CMS-ID Overview • CPO Early Return to Sea Program • Detailing timeline/challenges • What Detailer's Can/Can't Do • Spouse Collocation • Failure to OBLISERV • Sailor Role • Special Assistants / Special Programs
  • 4. NAVY BUPERS 3 4 PERS-40 ORGANIZATIONAL CHART DIRECTOR ENLISTED DISTRIBUTION DIVISION CAPT ALLMON PERS-40 DEPUTY DIRECTOR MR. DODGE PERS-40B SEABEE/SEAL SWCC/EOD BRANCH PERS-401 SEABEE ASSIGNMENTS SECTION PERS-401C SWCC/SEAL/EOD ASSIGNMENTS SECTION PERS-401D SURFACE ENGINEERING BRANCH PERS-402 NUC POWER SUBMARINE BRANCH PERS-403 ENGINEERING ASSIGNMENTS SECTION PERS-403C WEAPONS ASSIGNMENTS SECTION PERS-403D NAVOPS/COB ASSIGNMENTS SECTION PERS-403E TRAINING ASSIGNMENTS SECTION PERS-403F AVIATION BRANCH PERS-404 AVIONICS ASSIGNMENTS SECTION PERS-404C AD, AZ, AB, AC, A G, AS, PR ASSIGNMENTS SECTION PERS-404D AW, AM, AME ASSIGNMENTS SECTION PERS-404E ADMIN/SUPPLY DECK/SECURITY ASSIGNMENTS SECTION PERS-405 COMBAT SYSTEMS ASSIGNMENTS SECTION PERS-406 MEDICAL ASSIGNMENTS BRANCH PERS-407 CRYPTOLOGIC ASSIGNMENTS BRANCH PERS-408 SEA SPECIAL PROGRAMS ASSIGNMENTS BRANCH PERS-409 PRECOM PERS-409D LCS PERS-409CD LCAC PERS-409CD4 RIVERON PERS-409CD9 DECOM PERS-409DC SHORE SPECIAL PROGRAMS ASSIGNMENTS BRANCH PERS-4010 RECRUITER ASSIGNMENTS BRANCH PERS-4010C RDC, MEPS, 9999 ASSOGNMENTS BRANCH PERS-4010D DC PLACEMENT ASSIGNMENTS BRANCH PERS-4010F JOINT, NATO ASSIGNMENTS BRANCH PERS-4010G A SCHOOL MANAGEMENT SECTION PERS-4010S FULL TIME SUPPORT ASSIGNMENTS BRANCH PERS-4012 ENLISTED READINESS BRANCH PERS-4013 DISTRIBUTION SUPPORT PERS-4013DS PLACEMENT SUPPORT PERS-4013PS RATING CONTINGENCY SUPPORT PERS-4013RS NAVY MUSIC PROGRAM ASSIGNMENTS BRANCH PERS-4014 SPECIAL ASSISTANTS BRANCH PERS-4015 ENTITLEMENTS PERS-40CC INCENTIVE PAY PROGRAMS PERS-40DD CMDCM ASSIGNMENTS PERS-40FF AVAILABILITY MANAGEMENT PERS-40GG HUMANITARIAN ASSIGNMENTS PERS-40HH SENIOR ENLISTED ADVISOR CSCM MARSHALL PERS-40G ADMIN OFFICER LTJG POLK PERS-40AO NECC LCDR CAMPBELL USE CDR SISCO NAE LCDR MCDONALD SWE CDR GLANCEY NIDE LCDR HOCUTT FRE MR. BARBIER 34 Officers 336 Enlisted -- 248 Detailers -- 73 Placement and Readiness -- 20 Special Assistants and Admin Support 62Civilians
  • 5. NAVY BUPERS 3 5 • Perform the enlisted placement function for all E3 through E9 personnel and reviewing and approving proposed orders to their next assignment. Function is performed by placing requisitions on CMS/ID and reviewing orders that do not meet order edits. • Assignment of LIMDU and 0055/0054 (Pregnant from Sea-duty) • Take management action in conjunction with the appropriate Type Commander to attain Manning Control Authority (USFF) desired level of personnel readiness for surge and deployment. • Provide solutions on manning issues to the Major Manpower Claimant, Type Commander, and MCA’s. • Help improve the accuracy of command personnel data base (EDVR). - Tools used: PERSMARS, EDVR/NEC/DNEC Scrubs PERS-4013 Mission
  • 6. NAVY BUPERS 3 6 CMS-ID Changes NAVADMIN 226/12 Based on fleet feedback regarding manning deficiencies and FIT/FILL, the order negotiation process using CMS/ID has changed to provide greater predictability in future manning and reduce shore notice manning actions including crossdecks and diverts. • Removed “Red Zone” requisitions • Modified the number of requisitions displayed to advertise priority fill billets only • Changed green zone requisitions to “mandatory fills” • Sailors may be assigned to a job without application at anytime during their negotiation window
  • 7. NAVY BUPERS 3 7 Detailing Impact • Sailor negotiation window remains 3 months (P-9 to P-7) • Sailors continue to be able to submit a maximum of 5 applications per month • Needs of the Navy window remains at P-6 • Sailors nearing the end of their negotiation window will generally be chosen first to fill assignments they did not apply for over Sailors who are at the start of their negotiation window ENCOURAGES SAILORS TO “APPLY” IN A MORE AGGRESSIVE AND TIMELY MANNER
  • 8. NAVY BUPERS 3 8 • Developed to support Sailor Advocacy. – Supports retention and QOL initiatives. – Builds trust with detailers. – Sailor plays major role in shaping own career. • Supports personnel readiness. – Placement function loads requisitions for detailers to fill. – Sailors can chose, but only from the highest priority requisitions. – Provides Sailors with visibility of other priorities not normally considered, which makes the detailers’ job easier. • Instructor billets, overseas assignments. CMS/ID developed to help Sailor manage career. Why CMS/ID?
  • 9. NAVY BUPERS 3 9 Chief Petty Officer Early Return to Sea NAVADMIN 230-12 • The CPO Early Return to Sea Program is focus on the Longer term and is intended to remain in place as a means of maintaining the required level of critical Senior Leadership at Sea • Applies to Senior Enlisted Leaders (E7-E9) Sailors in all ratings • Involuntary curtailment of shore duty will only be used when there are no available CPO’s in the PRD window and there are no excess personnel on Sea duty within the geographic area who can be reassigned. • Only Sailors who have completed at least 24 months of shore duty at the time of transfer will be considered for early return to sea
  • 10. NAVY BUPERS 3 10 • Candidates will be selected based on various factors which include: - Length of time on Shore Duty - Recent Advancement - Fleet experience - NEC/Skills held - Type of previous sea duty - Remaining OBLISERV • Requests to transfer to the Fleet Reserve, submitted subsequent to selection for early return to sea by CPO’s with more than one year of contract time remaining may be disapproved • High Year Tenure (HYT) waiver requests for CPO’s chosen for early return to sea will receive favorable consideration Chief Petty Officer Early Return to Sea NAVADMIN 230-12
  • 11. NAVY BUPERS 3 11 Enlisted Distribution System Overview TYCOM MCA -Establishes Priorities ISIC 4013 -Monitors Enlisted Personnel Readiness -Generates Prioritized Requisitions -Represents MCAs for personnel readiness NPC Detailers -Make selections -Release orders -Negotiate special cases ASSIGNMENTS UNIT CMS/ID SAILOR -Review record at 12-15 months prior to PRD to ensure data is accurate; update preferences -9-7 months view available reqs and apply CCC -Review CMS/ID w/Sailors -Assist sailor with CMS/ID Negotiations PLACEMENT
  • 12. NAVY BUPERS 3 12 If not selected for orders via CMS/ID, needs of the Navy orders are issued 7 mos prior Sailor, Career Retention Team, and Detailer Engagement Sailor is about to enter negotiation window Sailor applies in CMS/ID via CCC or Sailor Sailor in negotiation window PRD9 mos prior12 mos prior Sailor Detailed as Needs of the Navy Detailing Time Line COMMUNICATION IS THE KEY
  • 13. NAVY BUPERS 3 13 Detailing Challenges PCS cost Requisition Priority Sailor’s desire Needs of the Navy Spouse Collocation School quota availability Training costEFM C-WAY Career Enhancement Evals PRT/BCA Special Screening Command Input PRD Gender Sea/shore flow Pay grade Billet gap PRD rollers Assignment Decision Available Requisitions HYTTime on Station
  • 14. NAVY BUPERS 3 14 Detailer's Can... • Counsel and advise Sailors as their advocate • Make assignments to valid billets within negotiation window (9-7 months prior to PRD) • Adjust PRD (NAVPERS 1306/7 required) • Transfer Sailors up to three months before through four months after PRD (Per MILPERSMAN 1306-100) • Support special programs to include: – Camp David, White House, SEAL Support, Recruiting, Recruit Division Commander, EO Advisor, SARP, Brig Duty, Instructor Duty, Pre-Comm – Sailors will not be released to a special program detailer without rating detailer consent.
  • 15. NAVY BUPERS 3 15 Detailer's Can... • Coordinate spouse collocations (1306/7 required from both Sailors 12 months prior to PRD / not always approved). • Make assignments for Sailors returning to full duty from Limited Duty. • Issue "Non-Voluntary" orders to Sailors who enter the Needs of the Navy window.
  • 16. NAVY BUPERS 3 16 Detailer's Don't… • Adjust PRD’s to facilitate negotiation of orders “shopping early/late” • Make pay grade substitutions without PERS 4013 approval • Make assignments to non-existent requisitions • Change manning demand signal (BA or NMP) • Allow “by name” request assignments (not fair to other Sailors)
  • 17. NAVY BUPERS 3 17 Detailer's Don't… • Transfer Sailors to open up EP Eval/Fitrep spots • Transfer Sailors early to fix personality or leadership issues • Send Sailors to schools en route that are not required on the requisition • Break PRD more than -3/+4 Months without approved 1306/7 • Extend EAOS
  • 18. NAVY BUPERS 3 18 Spouse Collocation • Assignments will normally be made to fill valid Navy requirements, considering the needs of the military family as well as the manning of the losing and gaining activities. Collocation may not always be possible. • Both people desiring collocation must each submit a request with command endorsement, noting their military couple status and including the name, rank/rate, service of spouse, and number of current dependents. Using NAVPERS 1306/7, Enlisted Personnel Action Request. • Each member must submit a copy of their spouse’s request with their request. Both members must be in agreement that collocation is desired. If not in agreement, each member will be detailed independently of their spouse.
  • 19. NAVY BUPERS 3 19 Spouse Collocation (Continued) • When both members are eligible for sea duty, the spouse with the least amount of sea duty will normally be assigned to sea duty. • Military couples comprised of two first-term members may be involuntarily assigned to simultaneous sea duty. • Collocation and Training. Members requesting training may not be eligible for spouse collocation in conjunction during the training assignment, and should request collocation at the conclusion of training. • Members completing training will be assigned to an appropriate tour for the newly acquired skills, which may preclude spouse collocation for the duration of this post-training assignment. 1300-1000 Military Couple and Single Parent Assignment Policy
  • 20. NAVY BUPERS 3 20 Failure to OBLISERV MILPERSMAN 1306-106 What is Failure to OBLISERV? • It means a Sailor has not obligated sufficient service required to accept and/or execute PCS orders. • Sailors who fail to OBLISERV and those who submit a 1306/7 to match PRD to EAOS with intent to separate will have their record Flagged by PERS-40BB. A Sailor with a flagged record who decides to reenlist will be issued “Needs of the Navy” orders without further negotiation. What is the command’s responsibility? • Send failure to OBLISERV messages IAW MILPERSMAN Article 1306-106.
  • 21. NAVY BUPERS 3 21 • Sailor Apply • Have realistic expectations; communicate with detailer about options • Submit multiple CMS/ID job applications (up to five) each month of negotiation window • Apply for career enhancing jobs instead of focusing on location • Plan for high year tenure (HYT), retirement, and twilight tour (if eligible) • Request PRD adjustment and/or spouse collocation via 1306/7 12 months prior to PRD Sailor Role
  • 22. NAVY BUPERS 3 22 Sailor Role (Cont) • Enroll in or update Exceptional Family Member (EFM) Program • Ensure OBLISERV and required screening are completed within 30 days of receiving orders (this MUST happen) • Address medical issues early • Sailor CMS/ID quick start guide found at http://www.npc.navy.mil/Enlisted/CMS/
  • 23. NAVY BUPERS 3 23 • Conduct Career Development Boards NLT 12 months prior to PRD/EAOS – Allows time for member to submit a request to extend – Provides the Sailor with the tools and information to make timely career decisions • Follow the Navy’s Physical Fitness Guidelines • Scrub your EDVR – Ensure Sailors are reflecting accurately in your command’s EDVR – Accurately reflect NEC’s held • Express your manning concerns to your ISIC/TYCOM/USFF – EMIR/PERSMAR • Review CMS/ID – Know what billets for your command are being advertised on CMS/ID – Rank applicants applying to your command during CMS/ID cycle • Help shape your Sailors and their expectations How To Help Your Sailors and Yourself
  • 24. NAVY BUPERS 3 24 Special Assistants Branch (PERS-4015) • Humanitarian Reassignments • Early Returns from Overseas • Enlisted PCS Budget • Operational Unsuitability Determination • Incentive Pays (AIP/SDIP) • Enlisted PCS Entitlements • Enlisted Availabilities • Command Master Chief / Command Senior Chief Detailing • Twilight tours
  • 25. NAVY BUPERS 3 25 Special Programs • OSA • Recruit Division Commander • Recruiting Duty • Command Chief / Senior Chief / Master Chief • White House • Camp David • PRECOM • LCS • MEPS
  • 26. NAVY BUPERS 3 26 QUESTIONS? NPC Customer Service 1-866-U-ASK-NPC 1-866-827-5672 DSN 882-5672