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Enlisted distribution by ron dodge

  1. 1. ENLISTED DISTRIBUTION PERS-40Mr. Ron DodgeDeputy Director (PERS 40B)Enlisted Distribution Division
  2. 2. Agenda PERS-40 Organization and Mission Detailing timeline/challenges What Detailers Can/Cant Do Sailor Role Voluntary Sea Duty Program (VSDP) NAVADMIN 230/12 2
  3. 3. PERS-40 ORGANIZATIONAL CHART DIRECTOR ENLISTED DISTRIBUTION DIVISION CAPT MILLER SENIOR PERS-40 ENLISTED ADVISOR CSCM MARSHALL PERS-40G DEPUTY ADMIN DIRECTOR OFFICER MR. DODGE USE NAE LT Wall NECC SWE PERS-40B NIDE FRE LCDR LCDR LCDR CDR LCDR PERS-40AO MR. Campbell Sattler McDonald Glancey Hocutt BARBIER SEABEE/SEAL SURFACE NUC POWER ADMIN/SUPPLY COMBAT MEDICAL CRYPTOLOGIC SEA SPECIAL SHORE SPECIAL FULL TIME ENLISTED NAVY MUSIC SPECIAL AVIATION SYSTEMS PROGRAMS PROGRAMS SUPPORT PROGRAM SWCC/EOD ENGINEERING SUBMARINE DECK/SECURITY ASSIGNMENTS ASSIGNMENTS READINESS ASSISTANTS BRANCH ASSIGNMENTS ASSIGNMENTS ASSIGNMENTS ASSIGNMENTS ASSIGNMENTS BRANCH BRANCH BRANCH ASSIGNMENTS BRANCH BRANCH BRANCH BRANCH PERS-404 SECTION BRANCH BRANCH BRANCH BRANCH PERS-401 PERS-402 PERS-403 SECTION PERS-407 PERS-408 PERS-4013 PERS-4015 PERS-405 PERS-406 PERS-409 PERS-4010 PERS-4012 PERS-4014 SEABEE ENGINEERING AVIONICS ASSIGNMENTS ASSIGNMENTS ASSIGNMENTS RECRUITER READINESS ENTITLEMENTS PRECOM ASSIGNMENTS SECTION SECTION SECTION PERS-4013B PERS-40CC PERS-409D BRANCH PERS-401C PERS-403C PERS-404C PERS-4010C AD, AZ, AB, AC, SWCC/SEAL/EOD WEAPONS AG, AS, PR RDC, MEPS, 9999 INCENTIVE PAY ASSIGNMENTS ASSIGNMENTS SUPPORT ASSIGNMENTS LCS ASSOGNMENTS PROGRAMS SECTION SECTION PERS-4013C SECTION PERS-409CD BRANCH PERS-40DD PERS-401D PERS-403D PERS-404D PERS-4010D NAVOPS/COB AW, AM, AME OSA DC PLACEMENT CMDCM ASSIGNMENTS ASSIGNMENTS ASSIGNMENT LCAC ASSIGNMENTS ASSIGNMENTS SECTION SECTION BRANCH PERS-409CD4 BRANCH PERS-40FF PERS-403E PERS-404E PERS-4013GS PERS-4010F TRAINING JOINT, NATO AVAILABILITY ASSIGNMENTS RIVERON ASSIGNMENTS MANAGEMENT SECTION PERS-409CD9 BRANCH PERS-40GG PERS-403F PERS-4010G32 Officers DECOM A SCHOOL MANAGEMENT HUMANITARIAN ASSIGNMENTS307 Enlisted PERS-409DC SECTION PERS-40HH PERS-4010S -- 247 Detailers -- 44 Placement and Readiness -- 16 Special Assistants and Admin Support69 Civilians 3
  4. 4. PERS-40’s Missions• Detailers – the Sailors’ advocate • Negotiate assignments • Process personnel action requests • Make CMS/ID selections • Schedule enroute training ,when required by the requsition • Issue orders• Placement – the commands’ advocate and MCAs’ agent • Take action on TYCOM and MCA requests to attain desired personnel readiness levels • Place requisitions on CMS/ID for Sailor applications and detailer actions in accordance with MCAs’ priorities • Review and approve orders that do not meet order edits • Assign LIMDU and pregnant Sailors from sea duty (0054 NEC) • Provide solutions to manning issues and answer manning inquiries • Assist commands with personnel (EDVR) management Balance of Power 4
  5. 5. Enlisted Distribution System Overview CMS/ID 4013 -Monitors Enlisted Personnel Readiness -Generates Prioritized Requisitions -Represents MCAs for personnel readiness PLACEMENT MCA -Establishes PrioritiesSAILOR TYCOM-Review record at 12-15 ISICmonths prior to PRD to ASSIGNMENTSensure data is accurate;update preferences-9-7 months view availablereqs and apply UNITCCC NPC Detailers-Review CMS/ID w/Sailors -Make selections-Assist sailor with -Release ordersCMS/ID Negotiations -Negotiate special cases 9
  6. 6. Why CMS/ID? Developed to support Sailor Advocacy – Supports retention and QOL initiatives – Builds trust between Sailors and detailers – Sailor plays major role in shaping own career Supports personnel readiness – Placement loads TYCOM/MCA priority requisitions – 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 Sailors manage their careers. 6
  7. 7. CMS-ID Changes NAVADMIN 226/12Based on fleet feedback regarding manning deficiencies andFIT/FILL, the CMS/ID order negotiation process haschanged to provide greater predictability on future manningand reduce short notice manning actions, including crossdecks and diverts Removed “Red Zone” requisitions Modified the number of requisitions displayed in order to change Green Zone requisitions to “mandatory fills” each cycle Sailors may be assigned to a job without application at anytime during their negotiation window Increases predictability of future manning 7
  8. 8. 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 before Sailors who are at the start of their negotiation window. Encourage Sailors to apply aggressively 8
  9. 9. Detailing Time Line Sailor is about to Sailor in negotiation Sailor Detailed as enter negotiation window Needs of the Navy window12 mos prior 9 mos prior 7 mos prior PRD Sailor, Career Sailor applies in If not selected for orders Retention Team, and CMS/ID via CCC via CMS/ID, needs of the Detailer Engagement or Sailor Navy orders are issued Communication is the key 10
  10. 10. Detailing Challenges PCS cost PTS Evals EFM PRT/BCA Training cost Requisition Gender Priority Billet gap PRD School quotaSailor’s availability desire PRD rollers Career Enhancement Sea/shore Special flow ScreeningCommand Input Needs of Spouse the Navy Pay grade Collocation AvailableRequisitions Time on HYT Station Assignment Decision 11
  11. 11. Detailers Can... Counsel and advise Sailors Make assignments to valid requisitions Adjust PRDs (NAVPERS 1306/7 required) Coordinate spouse collocations (1306/7 required from both Sailors 12 months prior to PRD / not always approved) 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-Comms Sailors must be released by their rating detailer to apply for special programs 11
  12. 12. Detailers Dont… Adjust PRDs to facilitate negotiation (shopping early/late) Make paygrade substitutions without PERS-4013 approval Make assignments to non-existent requisitions Change manning demand signal (BA or NMP) Approve “by name” requests without proper documentation Transfer Sailors to open up EP Eval/Fitrep spots Send Sailors to schools that are not required on the requisition Break PRD more than -3/+4 Months without approved 1306/7 Extend EAOS Issue orders to Sailors approaching PRD/EAOS without PTS approval (Sailors MUST be PTS approved prior to applying for orders) 12
  13. 13. Sailor Role 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 Address medical issues early – Enroll in or update Exceptional Family Member (EFM) Program Ensure OBLISERV and required screenings are completed within 30 days of receiving orders (this MUST happen) CMS/ID quick start guide found at http://www.npc.navy.mil/Enlisted/CMS/ 13
  14. 14. How to help your Sailors and Yourself Apply for PTS (regardless of career intentions) 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 14
  15. 15. Special Programs OSA Recruit Division Commander Recruiting Duty Command Chief / Senior Chief / Master Chief White House Camp David PRECOM LCS MEPS 20
  16. 16. Recruit Division Commanders• Eligible to E-5 and above with at least 6 yrs. TIS (E-5 also need 2 yrs. TIR).• 36 month tour with CO recommendation and also pg. 13 entries from CMC, DAPA, CMEO & FAP.• Last three PRIMS report (while there, must do 1.5 mile run, no alternatives). Most recent or mock PFA must be a run (good or higher).• Earn 9502 Instructor NEC and 9508 RDC NEC. Favorably viewed during selection boards. Reasons orders are delayed – Screening packages not received in a timely manner – Packages that are received are incomplete – Most recent PFA was an alternative method (bike), and must perform a run. See MILPERSMAN 1306-954 for additional screening info 16
  17. 17. Voluntary Sea Duty Program NAVADMIN 043/12 & 229/12The Navy created the Voluntary Sea Duty Program to return highlytrained and motivated Sailors back to Sea Duty in support of ourGlobal Mission – Volunteers are encouraged to Extend their enlistment at their current sea duty billet beyond their Prescribed Sea Tour (PST). – Terminate Shore Duty early. – Accept Back-to-Back (B2B) Sea Duty beyond their Normal Sea/Shore Flow limits. – Requests are reviewed to ensure early transfers do not significantly impact the Sailor’s current command. Total Received: 710 Approved: 353 Disapproved: 55 Ineligible: 209 17
  18. 18. Voluntary Sea Duty Program NAVADMIN 043/12 & 229/12NAVADMIN 229/12, in conjunction with the latest CMS-IDbusiness rules, further enhance the Voluntary Sea Duty program • Extends Voluntary Sea Duty program through September 2013 Benefits • PTS DEFERMENT - Sailors will not require a PTS quota to execute a shore term extension in order to accept orders, or extend in place under the Voluntary Sea Duty Program provided they meet eligibility requirements. • GEOGRAPHIC STABILITY - Volunteers may be assigned to sea duty within the same geographic location as the current shore duty command, if available and requested. • HYT WAIVERS (E7-E9) - Depending on rating, sea duty manning and the impact to future advancements, HYT waivers will be considered on a case-by-case basis. • SDIP - If eligible, Sea Duty Incentive Pay (SDIP) can be collected in conjunction with VSDP. 18
  19. 19. Chief Petty Officer Early Return to Sea NAVADMIN 230/12 The CPO Early Return to Sea Program focuses 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. 19
  20. 20. Chief Petty Officer Early Return to Sea NAVADMIN 230-10 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 Impact on the shore duty commands mission will be evaluated. E8/9 Sailors may be chosen to fill vacant E7/8/9 billets and E7 Sailors may be chosen to fill vacant E7/8 billets. 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. 20
  21. 21. QUESTIONS?NPC Customer Service1-866-U-ASK-NPC1-866-827-5672DSN 882-5672 21

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