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Sailor Career Toolbox Information Sheet (13 pages of career tool resources)


                Navy Career Tools
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Sailor Career Toolbox - Information Sheet

               Get Started
               Log in to NKO at https://www.nko.navy...
Sailor Career Toolbox - Information Sheet

                Get Started
                Go to Navy COOL at https://www.cool...
Sailor Career Toolbox - Information Sheet

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                Go to USMAP at https://usmap.cnet.n...
Sailor Career Toolbox - Information Sheet

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                Log in to SMART at https://smart.na...
Sailor Career Toolbox - Information Sheet

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              Log in to SMART at https://smart.navy.m...
Sailor Career Toolbox - Information Sheet

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                Go to Navy Standard Integrated Pers...
Sailor Career Toolbox - Information Sheet

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                Log in to NKO at https://www.nko.na...
Sailor Career Toolbox - Information Sheet

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               Log in to BUPERS OnLine (BOL) at
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Sailor Career Toolbox - Information Sheet

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Sailor Career Toolbox - Information Sheet

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Sailor Career Toolbox - Information Sheet

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Sailor Career Toolbox - Information Sheet

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  1. 1. Sailor Career Toolbox Information Sheet (13 pages of career tool resources) Navy Career Tools Enhance Professional and Personnel Growth Use these web sites to enhance your knowledge, skills, education, and career opportunities: Sailor  Navy eLearning (NeL) Career  Navy Credentialing Opportunities On-Line (Navy COOL) Toolbox  United Services Military Apprenticeship Program (USMAP)  Sailor/Marine American Council on Education Description and Actions You Should Take Registry Transcript (SMART)  Sailor/Marine Online Academic Advisor Get the most from your Navy career … (SMOLAA) Force Stabilization initiatives, such as Perform To Serve and Senior Enlisted Validate Personnel Information Continuation Boards, demand that your take an active role in your professional Use these web sites to verify your Navy career and development and career management. The Sailor Career Toolbox identifies the personnel data: 12 online applications you need to know. If you do not routinely use all of the applications listed on the left, you will miss the opportunities and advantages  Electronic Service Record (ESR) provided to support and enhance your Navy career.  Electronic Training Jacket (ETJ) Recommended Actions  Official Military Personnel File (OMPF) Use applications identified in the Sailor Career Toolbox to develop and manage  Web Enabled Record Review (WERR) your career.  Physical Readiness Information Management  Use professional development applications to support and enhance your System (PRIMS) competitive efforts for advancement and retention.  Navy Department Awards Web Service  It is your responsibility to verify that Navy records document all your (NDAWS) achievements. Monitor your personnel records regularly to ensure your career achievements are documented properly and available when Explore Career Opportunities reviewed for advancement, selection for retention or special programs, or Use this web site to explore career options and assignment to desired jobs. Be proactive and take all necessary actions to submit job applications: verify that your personnel data is current, accurate and complete.  Career Management System / Interactive NOTE: You may download this information sheet from the Navy Personnel Command Detailing (CMS/ID) web site at www.npc.navy.mil/careerinfo/staynavy/careertoolbox/. Navy Career Tools for Sailors This product by the OPNAV N16 Fleet Introduction Team is current as of 21 October 2009. Please address comments and feedback to Mr. Alex Watt, alexander.watt@navy.mil
  2. 2. Sailor Career Toolbox - Information Sheet Get Started Log in to NKO at https://www.nko.navy.mil. Click CAREER MANAGEMENT. Click Navy Career Tools. Navy  Launch “Navy Career Tools - Tutorials” and complete the NeL module. eLearning Log in to NeL via NKO. On the LEARNING tab, click Navy e-Learning > Online courses. (NeL)  Under the Get Started heading, click Take the Tutorial. Find Information Online Additional information and resources can be found on the following web sites:  Log in to NeL via NKO. On the “My E-Learning” tab find “Welcome to Navy eLearning”. Description and Actions You Should Take  Log in to NeL via NKO. Under the Get Started heading, click FAQs. Navy eLearning (NeL) Find Assistance in Your Command NeL delivers thousands of courses designed to enhance your professional and personal growth.  Training Officer (TRAINO)  The NeL catalog contains thousands of courses in the connected environment provided by the Internet and in the disconnected environment Ask for Help provided by the shipboard NIAPS server. Contact the Global Distance Support Center  In the Internet environment, the NeL home page links to mandatory training  Call 877-418-6824, Option 3, Option 4 (such as GMT, Information Assurance Awareness, etc.), thus providing a DSN 510-428-6824, Option 3, Option 4 listing and direct access to courses you are required to complete.  Send email to help@anchordesk.navy.mil  On the afloat NIAPS server, the NeL home page provides lists of courses available (or not available) on the ship or submarine. Contact the Enterprise Customer Support Center  Call 877-253-7122, Option 2, then Option 3 Recommended Actions DSN 922-1001, Option 1, then Option 3  Complete eLearning to enhance your professional knowledge, skills and  Complete the Problem Report form (click Navy abilities. E-Learning Help Desk) on the NeL Help tab.  Verify course completions are documented in your ETJ. Navy Career Tools for Sailors This product by the OPNAV N16 Fleet Introduction Team is current as of 21 October 2009. Please address comments and feedback to Mr. Alex Watt, alexander.watt@navy.mil
  3. 3. Sailor Career Toolbox - Information Sheet Get Started Go to Navy COOL at https://www.cool.navy.mil.  Review COOL Overview, Credentialing Basics, Navy and information provided in the Must Read FAQ. Alternately, log in to NKO at COOL https://www.nko.navy.mil. On the LEARNING tab, click Navy COOL. Find Information Online Additional information and resources can be found on the following web sites:  Go to Navy COOL at https://www.cool.navy.mil.  Go to USMAP at https://usmap.cnet.navy.mil.  Go to NKO at http://www.nko.navy.mil. Click Career Management > Advancement. Look for “Certifications and Qualifications”. Description and Actions You Should Take Find Assistance in Your Command Navy Credentialing Opportunities On-Line (Navy COOL)  Command Career Counselor (CCC) Navy COOL explains how you can meet civilian certification and licensure requirements related to your rating, job, designator and occupation. Navy COOL  Education Services Officer (ESO) provides the ability to accomplish the following:  Training Officer (TRAINO)  Get background information about civilian licensure and certification.  Learn how to fill gaps between Navy training and experience and civilian Ask for Help credentialing requirements. Contact the Global Distance Support Center  Learn about resources available that can help you gain civilian job  Call 877-418-6824, Option 3, Option 0 credentials. DSN 510-428-6824, Option 3, Option 0  Identify resources available to fund for credentialing exams, such as the  Send email to help@anchordesk.navy.mil Navy-funded credentialing program, GI Bill, and DANTES. Contact the Credentialing Program Office Recommended Actions  Call 850-452-6683  Identify and earn national certification, and/or federal and state licensure. DSN 922-6683  Identify apprenticeship trades related to your rating, then enroll in USMAP  Send email to crry_cqcredentials@navy.mil to earn a nationally recognized “Certificate of Completion” from the U.S. Department of Labor. Navy Career Tools for Sailors This product by the OPNAV N16 Fleet Introduction Team is current as of 21 October 2009. Please address comments and feedback to Mr. Alex Watt, alexander.watt@navy.mil
  4. 4. Sailor Career Toolbox - Information Sheet Get Started Go to USMAP at https://usmap.cnet.navy.mil.  Review information on the USMAP Welcome United page, including What is USMAP?.  Review FAQs located on the USMAP Help tab. Services Find Information Online Military Additional information and resources can be found on the following web sites: Apprentice-  Go to Navy COOL at https://www.cool.navy.mil. ship Find Assistance in Your Command  Command Career Counselor (CCC) Program  Education Services Officer (ESO) Description and Actions You Should Take (USMAP) Ask for Help Contact USMAP United Services Military Apprenticeship Program (USMAP)  Call 850-452-1001, Option 3, ext 2096 / 2222 / USMAP is a formal military training program that provides you the opportunity 2204 / 2092 / 2093 / 2097 to improve your job skills and to complete your civilian apprenticeship DSN 922-1001, Option 3, ext 2096 / 2222 / requirements while on active duty. 2204 / 2092 / 2093 / 2097  USMAP is free, requires no off-duty hours and can grant up to one half of  Send email to netpdtc.usmap@navy.mil the required on-the-job training hours for military experience.  Upon completion of the program, you become a registered apprentice with the U.S. Department of Labor. Recommended Actions  Identify and earn national certification, and/or federal and state licensure.  Identify apprenticeship trades related to your rating and earn a nationally recognized “Certificate of Completion” from the U.S. Department of Labor.  Verify certificates and achievements are documented in your ETJ, ESR, SMART, and WERR. Navy Career Tools for Sailors This product by the OPNAV N16 Fleet Introduction Team is current as of 21 October 2009. Please address comments and feedback to Mr. Alex Watt, alexander.watt@navy.mil
  5. 5. Sailor Career Toolbox - Information Sheet Get Started Log in to SMART at https://smart.navy.mil. Alternately, log in to NKO at Sailor / https://www.nko.navy.mil. On the LEARNING tab, click SMART Transcripts. Log in to SMART. Marine Find Information Online American Additional information and resources can be found on the following web sites: Council on  Go to Navy College at https://www.navycollege.navy.mil. Click SMART College Credit. Click My Transcript (SMART). Education  Go to Navy College at https://www.navycollege.navy.mil. Click links to Registry SMART FAQs and What’s New.  View the Guide to the Evaluation of Educational Description and Actions You Should Take Transcript Experiences in the Armed Services at http://www.militaryguides.acenet.edu. Sailor/Marine American Council on Education Registry (SMART) Find Assistance in Your Command Transcript (SMART)  SMART documents college courses, degrees and certifications completed  Education Services Officer (ESO) on active duty through Tuition Assistance or the Navy College Program  Command Career Counselor (CCC) for Afloat College Education (NCPACE), and all other college courses completed at institutions accredited by a regional, national or professional Ask for Help accrediting agency recommended by the U.S. Department of Education. Contact the Navy College Center  SMART provides recommended college credit for your military occupational experience and training. Recommendations are made by the American  Call 877-253-7122, Option 1 Council on Education (ACE). DSN 922-1828, Option 1 Recommended Actions  Send email to ncc@navy.mil  Review your SMART to verify data accurately reflects your training and Contact your local Navy College Office education.  Take all necessary actions to ensure your SMART is current, accurate and complete.  Use correction procedures identified on the SMART Welcome page (see SMART Correction Procedures (Navy)).  Use your SMART to facilitate degree planning. Navy Career Tools for Sailors This product by the OPNAV N16 Fleet Introduction Team is current as of 21 October 2009. Please address comments and feedback to Mr. Alex Watt, alexander.watt@navy.mil
  6. 6. Sailor Career Toolbox - Information Sheet Get Started Log in to SMART at https://smart.navy.mil. On the Welcome page, click Degree Shop / SMOLAA. Sailor / Alternately, log in to NKO at https://www.nko.navy.mil. On the LEARNING tab, click SMART Transcripts. Log in to SMART. On the Marine Welcome page, click Degree Shop / SMOLAA. Online Find Information Online Additional information and resources can be found Academic on the following web sites:  Go to Navy College at Advisor https://www.navycollege.navy.mil. View links to SMART FAQs, What’s New, and SMART (SMOLAA) College Credit. Description and Actions You Should Take Find Assistance in Your Command  Education Services Officer (ESO) Sailor/Marine Online Academic Advisor (SMOLAA)  Command Career Counselor (CCC)  SMOLAA is an online tool that works in conjunction with SMART to help you explore options for earning a college degree. Ask for Help  Using SMOLAA, you can access your academic history – as recorded in Contact the Navy College Center SMART – and then apply all applicable college and military courses to  Call 877-253-7122, Option 1 degree plans offered by various colleges and universities. DSN 922-1828, Option 1  Depending on the college degree plan selected, SMOLAA will indicate the  Send email to ncc@navy.mil total credit hours you must complete to earn that degree. Contact your local Navy College Office Recommended Actions  Discuss future plans, create your educational  Use SMOLAA to identify all rating-related degree plans available to you. plan, enroll in courses or a degree plan  Use SMOLAA to determine credits that may be earned through Academic  Select CLEP test(s) to be taken Testing Programs.  Select course(s) to be taken  Apply for Tuition Assistance (TA) Navy Career Tools for Sailors This product by the OPNAV N16 Fleet Introduction Team is current as of 21 October 2009. Please address comments and feedback to Mr. Alex Watt, alexander.watt@navy.mil
  7. 7. Sailor Career Toolbox - Information Sheet Get Started Go to Navy Standard Integrated Personnel System (NSIPS) at https://nsips.nmci.navy.mil. (NSIPS is the portal to your ESR). Electronic  Click ESR Self Service Access. Service If you have not established your mandatory ESR account (see NAVADMIN 043/09), do so by using the steps provided in the Recommended Actions Record listed on the right. (ESR) Find Information Online Additional information and resources can be found on the following web sites:  Go to NKO at https://www.nko.navy.mil. Click Navy Career Tools.  Go to NPC at http://www.npc.navy.mil. Click Description and Actions You Should Take Career Info > Records Management > Military Personnel Records >Electronic Service Record. Electronic Service Record (ESR)  See NAVADMIN 043/09, “Mandatory Use of the The ESR is an online version of your service record and replaces the paper Navy Standard Integrated Personnel System service record used in the past. (NSIPS) Electronic Service Record (ESR)” Recommended Actions Find Assistance in Your Command  Review ESR pages, then work with your personnel office to ensure data  Personnel Officer accurately reflects your personal and professional achievements.  Command Pass Coordinator (CPC)  Take all necessary actions to ensure your ESR is current, accurate and complete.  Command Career Counselor (CCC)  If necessary, establish your ESR account via the following steps: Ask for Help 1. Using CAC and CAC-enabled computer, navigate to https://nsips.nmci.navy.mil. 2. Click New Users (ESR Self Service). Contact the NSIPS help desk 3. Enter your SSN. Your name should be filled in. Use the “Tab” key to navigate the form and fill in your email address (.mil or .gov only) and phone number.  Call 877-589-5991, Option 2 4. Enter your own user ID or click on the “lightening bolt” graphic to have one DSN 647-5442, Option 2 generated for you. The user ID is case sensitive.  Send email to nsipshelpdesk@navy.mil 5. Enter your password and confirm it. The password is case sensitive. 6. Click Validate and Create Self Service Account. 7. Once your account is created, scroll to the top of the page and look for a message announcing that your account was successfully created. 8. Return to the NSIPS login page and log in to your ESR. Navy Career Tools for Sailors This product by the OPNAV N16 Fleet Introduction Team is current as of 21 October 2009. Please address comments and feedback to Mr. Alex Watt, alexander.watt@navy.mil
  8. 8. Sailor Career Toolbox - Information Sheet Get Started Log in to NKO at https://www.nko.navy.mil. Click CAREER MANAGEMENT. Click Navy Career Tools. Electronic  Launch “Navy Career Tools - Tutorials” and complete the ETJ module. Training Log in to your ETJ via NKO. On the LEARNING tab, click Electronic Training Jacket. Jacket Find Information Online (ETJ) Additional information and resources can be found on the following web sites:  Go to NKO at https://www.nko.navy.mil. Click Navy Career Tools. Find Assistance in Your Command Description and Actions You Should Take  Training Officer (TRAINO)  Command Career Counselor (CCC) Electronic Training Jacket (ETJ) The ETJ provides a view of career information documented in Navy personnel Ask for Help databases, such as training and education (including Navy eLearning, NECs and college courses), qualifications and certifications, career history, Contact the Global Distance Support Center advancement status, and awards.  Call 877-418-6824, Option 3, Option 5 DSN 510-428-6824, Option 3, Option 5 Recommended Actions  Review ETJ pages to verify data accurately reflects your personal and  Send email to help@anchordesk.navy.mil professional achievements. Contact the NTMPS Support Office  Take all necessary actions to ensure your ETJ is current, accurate and  Call 866-438-2898, Option 1 complete.  Send email to support@ntmpshelp.com  Click Problems With Your Data? (at the bottom of ETJ pages) for resources and points of contact that will help you correct discrepancies in the information displayed. Navy Career Tools for Sailors This product by the OPNAV N16 Fleet Introduction Team is current as of 21 October 2009. Please address comments and feedback to Mr. Alex Watt, alexander.watt@navy.mil
  9. 9. Sailor Career Toolbox - Information Sheet Get Started Log in to BUPERS OnLine (BOL) at https://www.bol.navy.mil. Official  Click ODC, OSR, PSR, ESR to review your Performance Summary Record (PSR). Military  Click Web Enabled Record Review to review official documents. Personnel Find Information Online File Additional information and resources can be found on the following web sites: (OMPF)  Go to NPC http://www.npc.navy.mil. Click Career Info > Records Management > Military Personnel Records.  Review Document Submission  Review FAQ Description and Actions You Should Take  Review Ordering and Reviewing Your OMPF Official Military Personnel File (OMPF)  Review Selection Board Record Review The OMPF includes documents stored in the Electronic Military Personnel  Review Your OMPF on CD-ROM Record System (EMPRS). The OMPF consist of documents that reflect your  Review Web Enabled Record Review fitness for service, performance of duties and entitlements. These documents NOTE: WERR provides access to your record and is affect or influence your career and benefits, and include information about the preferred method for obtaining OMPF information. your accession, training, education, performance, discipline, decorations and However, you should periodically order and retain a CD awards, assignments, duties, casualty status, and separation/retirement from for emergency situations (such as backup for document the Navy. loss due to system-file corruption). The CD should be kept IMPORTANT: After documents are scanned to the OMPF they are destroyed, so in a safe and secured place. you should maintain copies of all official documents. Recommended Actions Find Assistance in Your Command  At lease six months prior to any Selection Board, your should review your  Personnel Officer OMPF, either through WERR or by ordering a CD.  Take all necessary actions to ensure your OMPF is current, accurate and Ask for Help complete.  For current contact information, go to NPC at  Use correction procedures provided at NPC > Career Info > Records http://www.npc.navy.mil. Click Career Info > Management > Military Personnel Records > Corrections and Submissions. Records Management > Military Personnel Records > Contact Us. NOTE: BUPERS OnLine (BOL) requires CAC and CAC-enabled computer. Navy Career Tools for Sailors This product by the OPNAV N16 Fleet Introduction Team is current as of 21 October 2009. Please address comments and feedback to Mr. Alex Watt, alexander.watt@navy.mil
  10. 10. Sailor Career Toolbox - Information Sheet Get Started Log in to BUPERS OnLine (BOL) at https://www.bol.navy.mil. Web  Click Web Enabled Record Review. Find Information Online Enabled Additional information and resources can be found Record on the following web sites:  Go to NPC at http://www.npc.navy.mil. Click Review Career Info > Records Management > Military Personnel Records > Web Enabled Record Review WERR. (WERR)  Go to NPC at http://www.npc.navy.mil. Click Career Info > Records Management > Military Personnel Records > Personnel Records. View information displayed under the heading Description and Actions You Should Take “Record Maintenance Agency”. Find Assistance in Your Command Web Enabled Record Review (WERR)  WERR allows review of documents in your official military personnel file  Personnel Officer (OMPF). These are the same documents reviewed by selection board  Command Pass Coordinator (CPC) members when considering candidates for advancement and special programs. Ask for Help  WERR also provides the ability to download and print service-record Contact the NPC Customer Service Center documents for personal and professional use.  Call 866-827-5672 Recommended Actions DSN 882-5672  Review WERR to verify your personnel file is accurate and complete.  Send email to cscmailbox@navy.mil  Ensure WERR does not include documents that belong to someone else. Contact the BUPERS OnLine help desk  Take all necessary actions to correct and/or update your files.  Call 800-951-NAVY, Option 3  Use correction procedures identified via the WERR FAQ hyperlink.  Send email to mill_legacyhelpdesk@navy.mil  Send requests for corrective actions and authoritative documents to mill_ompf-chg@navy.mil. NOTE: BUPERS OnLine (BOL) requires CAC and CAC-enabled computer. Navy Career Tools for Sailors This product by the OPNAV N16 Fleet Introduction Team is current as of 21 October 2009. Please address comments and feedback to Mr. Alex Watt, alexander.watt@navy.mil
  11. 11. Sailor Career Toolbox - Information Sheet Get Started Log in to BUPERS OnLine (BOL) at https://www.bol.navy.mil. Physical  Click PRIMS 2008. Find Information Online Readiness Additional information and resources can be found Information on the following web sites:  Go to NPC at http://www.npc.navy.mil. Click Management Support & Services > Physical Readiness > Physical Readiness Links. System  Go to NKO at https://www.nko.navy.mil. On the PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT tab, click Health and Wellness. (PRIMS) Find Assistance in Your Command Description and Actions You Should Take  Command Fitness Leader (CFL) Physical Readiness Information Management System (PRIMS) Ask for Help PRIMS allows you to view current and historical results of your semi-annual Contact the NPC Customer Service Center Physical Fitness Assessment (PFA).  Call 866-827-5672 Recommended Actions DSN 882-5672  Verify PRIMS data, which is reviewed as part of the advancement,  Send email to cscmailbox@navy.mil promotion, and detailing process. Contact the PRIMS help desk  See your Command Fitness Leader to update PRIMS data.  Call 901-874-2229, Option 2 (commercial) NOTE: PRIMS requires CAC and CAC-enabled computer. DSN 882-2229, Option 2  Send email to mil_prims@navy.mil Contact the BUPERS Online help desk  Call 800-951-NAVY, Option 3  Send email to mill_legacyhelpdesk@navy.mil Navy Career Tools for Sailors This product by the OPNAV N16 Fleet Introduction Team is current as of 21 October 2009. Please address comments and feedback to Mr. Alex Watt, alexander.watt@navy.mil
  12. 12. Sailor Career Toolbox - Information Sheet Get Started Go to NDAWS at https://awards.navy.mil. Conduct an Awards Query: Navy  Go to NDAWS > Personal Awards > Query Awards History. Department  Go to NDAWS > Unit Awards > Query Unit Awards. Awards Find Information Online Web Additional information and resources can be found on the following web sites: Service  Go to NDAWS at https://awards.navy.mil. On the HOME page, click FAQs. (NDAWS)  Go to NPC at http://www.npc.navy.mil. Click Career Info > Records Management > Awards / Decorations / Medals. Description and Actions You Should Take Find Assistance in Your Command Navy Department Awards Web Service (NDAWS)  Personnel Officer NDAWS provides online access to Navy awards information and help. The web site is divided into four separate sections, Home, Personal, Unit, and Veteran Awards. Ask for Help Contact the Navy Department Awards Web Service Recommended Actions  Call 202-685-1770 (commercial)  Conduct Personal Awards Query to verify all your awards are present. DSN 325-1770  Conduct Unit Awards Query to identify unit awards you may have received.  Take all necessary actions to ensure NDAWS is current, accurate and complete.  Use correction procedures provided. Go to NDAWS. Under the REFERENCE ITEMS heading, click Updating Personal Awards. Navy Career Tools for Sailors This product by the OPNAV N16 Fleet Introduction Team is current as of 21 October 2009. Please address comments and feedback to Mr. Alex Watt, alexander.watt@navy.mil
  13. 13. Sailor Career Toolbox - Information Sheet Get Started Log in to NKO at https://www.nko.navy.mil. On the CAREER MANAGEMENT tab, click Navy Career Tools. Career  Download the following user aids: Management  CMS/ID Essentials  CMS/ID QuickStart for Sailor Role System /  Countdown - Sailor Detailing Timeline  Launch “Navy Career Tools - Tutorials” (also Interactive available from the CMS/ID Help tab). Complete the CMS/ID modules for Enlisted Sailor. Detailing Log in to CMS/ID at https://www.cmsid.navy.mil. Alternately, on the NKO CAREER MANAGEMENT (CMS/ID) tab, click CMS - Interactive Detailing. Description and Actions You Should Take Find Information Online Additional information and resources can be found Career Management System/Interactive Detailing (CMS/ID) on the following web sites: CMS/ID provides you the ability to explore Navy job opportunities, identify  Go to NKO at https://www.nko.navy.mil. On the career-enhancing jobs that meet your professional and personal goals, identify CAREER MANAGEMENT tab, click Navy the specific skills and abilities required to perform the jobs you desire, and Career Tools. submit job applications when ready.  Go to NPC at http://www.npc.navy.mil. Click Recommended Actions Career Info > Perform to Serve.  Review personnel data. 18 months prior to your Projected Rotation Date (PRD), review information displayed on the CMS/ID Personnel tab and on Find Assistance in Your Command the Sailor History page. (Prospective commands will see this information  Command Career Counselor (CCC) when reviewing your job application, and Detailers will use this information  Mentors and Chain of Command to determine whether or not you are detailed to the job you desire.) Take all necessary actions to ensure your personnel and career data is current, accurate and complete. Ask for Help  Use your CCC, chain of command, and mentors for career advice prior to Contact the Global Distance Support Center submitting job applications.  Call 877-418-6824, Option 3, Option 2  Submit PTS applications 15 months prior to PRD and/or EAOS to receive DSN 510-428-6824, Option 3, Option 2 first look at 12 months. Active Component Sailors in Zones A, B and C must  Send email to help@anchordesk.navy.mil submit a PTS request, regardless of reenlistment intentions. Your CCC will provide career information and counseling, then submit your application. NOTE: CMS/ID requires CAC and CAC-enabled computer. Navy Career Tools for Sailors This product by the OPNAV N16 Fleet Introduction Team is current as of 21 October 2009. Please address comments and feedback to Mr. Alex Watt, alexander.watt@navy.mil

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