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									COAST GUARD PERSONNEL
   SERVICE CENTER
  ENLISTED ASSIGNMENTS BRANCH

         CG PSC (epm-2)




     AY10 ROADSHOW
       CG PSC-epm Organization
                 CAPT Catherine Haines

              epm-1                      epm-2
        LCDR C. L. Gow            CDR G. T. Prestidge
•   Advancements            •   Assignments
•   Separations/RELADS      •   5 CACs
•   Extended active duty    •   28 AOs
•   Integrations            •   7 Non-rate/“A” School AOs
•   Retirements
CG PSC-epm-2 Responsibilities
• Manage assignments
   – Based on Service, Unit & Member needs
• Individual career counseling
• Provide input on retirement, separation, EAD, CIR,
  & integration requests
• Guidance on enlisted assignment policies
                   AY10 Timeline
                            ALCGENL 075/09

•   Jun – Aug 09                CG PSC-epm-2 road shows
•   15 Jun – 31 Aug 09          Commands validate PALs
•   15 Jun – 31 Aug 09          Career counseling available
•   16 Jun – 27 Aug 09          Command visits @ CG PSC
•   31 Aug 09                   Command concerns due
•   25 Sep 09                   Shopping lists published
•   25 Sep 09 – 23 Oct 09       Commands validate shopping list
•   27 Nov 09                   E-Resumés due
•   Mid October                 Special Assignments orders issued
•   Nov 09 – Mar 10             AOs develop slates/issue orders
             Special Assignments
• Members desiring a tour outside of their specialty should
consider Special Assignments (SA)
• The SA process is completely separate from the regular
assignment process
• Timeline (much EARLIER than other assignments)
   – AY2011 Tour complete personnel should be considering options now
   – E-Resumes with Command endorsement due in Spring 2010 for members
     tour complete in in AY2011
   – See SA website for specific program requirements and deadlines

• POC: CWO Steve Merchant (202) 493-1291
http://www.uscg.mil/epm/AO/SpecialAssignments.asp
Annual Special Assignments Timeline
Programs are CGIS, CMCs, Recruiting, CCs, CPOA/LAMs/MLEA Instructors, CPO
Barracks, CDA, EOAs, and PAL positions listed as MCPO, SCPO, CPO and POs.

• NLT 31 March:             All program ALCGENLs released
• May:                      Program panels convene & shopping List
                            released via ALCGENL
• Mid June:                 Program packages & e-resumes due.
• July – August:            Prioritize & select candidates; coordinate
                            reporting dates & issue orders
• Mid October:              All special assignments orders issued
Competing Concerns




     SERVICE
          Needs Of The Unit
• Maintain operational readiness & continuity of command
• Desire members with appropriate pre-arrival training
  & competencies
• Ensure timely assignment process with minimal gaps
• Maximize assignments to position/pay-grade matches
• Take command concerns into account when making
  assignment decisions
          Command Visits
•   Held at CG PSC from June through August
•   XOs should contact CG PSC-epm-2 to schedule
•   Command concerns shall be submitted to CG PSC-epm-2
    no later than 14 days prior to command visit
•   Command concerns may be submitted via message or
    e-mail to CG PSC-epm-2 POC by 31 Aug 09
    • ARL-DG-CGPC COMCONS@USCG.MIL
        Command Concerns
•   Should address the following (at a minimum)
    –   Unit’s PAL discrepancies
    –   Anticipated RELADs/discharges
    –   Projected retirements
    –   Pending medical issues
    –   Fleet-up opportunities
    –   Command endorsed extension requests
    –   Special competency & skill set requirements
     Concerns Of The Member
•   Leadership development
•   Geographic stability
•   Special needs
•   Educational opportunities
•   Spouse employment opportunities
•   Incentive/specialty pay
•   Job satisfaction
•   Equitable sea/shore rotation
•   Reliable/consistent/equitable assignment process
        Needs Of The Service
• Prioritize mission critical positions
• Ensure return on transfer & training investment
• Maintain effective assignment & advancement process
• Attract/develop/retain/deploy diverse, qualified workforce

•   Mission execution
            Overseas Assignments
                        Sec. 4.H, CG PERSMAN
•   Members should ensure they will screen successfully before
    listing overseas positions on e-Resumés
•   State in e-Resumés comments that the PERSMAN has been
    reviewed and mbr meets requirements.
•   Command endorsements shall address member’s suitability
    for overseas assignment
•   Commands must complete overseas screening within 10 Days
    of issuance of orders.
•   Per 4.A.5, CG PERSMAN, members may request 1-year tour
    increase. Requests must be submitted to EPM-2:
         – Prior to reporting to overseas unit, or
       – Within 12 months of reporting to overseas assignment
       – Tour length increases are not tour “extensions”
              Special Needs Program
                       COMDTINST 1754.7 (Series)
•   Provides support for members who have dependents w/ diagnosed
    & professionally documented long-term medical, physical,
    psychological, mental, and/or educational disabilities.
•   Enrollment is mandatory. Needs must be validated every 2 years.
•   AOs will “clear” assignment with Work Life prior to issuing
    orders.
• Recommend enrolling prior to submitting E-Resume
•   Enrollment does not guarantee a specific unit, nor does it
    preclude members being assigned to afloat units.
                    Co-Location
                    Art. 4.B.8, CG PERSMAN

•   Contact AOs early in assignment season
•   Tour lengths may be adjusted to effect transfers
•   Married Couples:
    – Will not be assigned to same ship, restricted unit, or unit
       with < 60 members
    – With Dependents will not normally be assigned to shipboard
       duty simultaneously
•   Needs of Service may preclude ability to co-locate members.
                  Assignment Priority
                           ART 4.B.4 CG PERSMAN

Assignment    Billets   Assignments per
  Priority   CG wide          Yr                                   Units

                                               Overseas Restricted Units; AVDET GTMO and
    1          190           190                         PATFORSWA AFLOAT



                                          Overseas Afloat; Polar Icebreakers, LORSTA Shoal Cove
    2         1070           650                         AK; PATFORSWA ashore
                                          Inconus Afloat; LEDETs, HITRON, MSSTs, Special Cmd
                                            Aides, Recruit CCs, Int'l Training Div, CG Recruiters,
                                            PSUs, Station Neah Bay, Sta Quillayute River, MSD
                                          American Samoa, qualified Surfmen, Dive Lockers, Nat'l
    3         7700           3900                               Strike Force

                                           Overseas Ashore; ATG riders, Area Training Teams,
                                          UTB/MLB STAN Teams, MLC Food Service Asst & Trng
                                            Teams, Int'l Ice Patrol, Comdt/Vice Comdt drivers,
    4         1800           600              STA Grand Isle, STA Eastport, STA Jonesport



    5        17,000          5000                             Inconus Ashore
              CREATING A
           REALISTIC E-RESUME
CONSIDER:

  (1)    Professional growth opportunities
        – Sea duty
        – Career diversity
           • Includes geographic diversity & different unit types/platforms
        – Qualifications you have or need for professional development

  (2) Your assignment priority

  (3)    The sea/shore rotation for your rating
        Assignment Factors
• Member desires            •   Advancement status
• Assignment policies       •   Performance
• Assignment priority       •   Willingness to obligate
• Command concerns          •   Competencies
• Time in geographic area   •   Physical condition
• Time at current unit      •   Security clearance
• CO’s recommendation       • Service Need
• Sea to shore ratio
The Assignment Process
•   Identify tour complete candidates
•   Receive & review COMCONs provided by commands
•   Identify potential fleet-ups
•   Shopping list promulgated
•   Members submit e-resumes
•   Identify & pool candidates
•   Assign members based on assignment factors
•   If no applicants, identify possible candidates
•   Issue orders
    Obligated Service Requirement
                    Art. 4.B.6, CG PERSMAN


•   Must obligate service (OBLISERV) prior to executing orders.
    Amount of required OBLISERV noted on PCS orders.
    • < 6 years active duty INCONUS; OBLISERV full tour
    • > 6 years active duty INCONUS; OBLISERV 1 year
    • OUTCONUS/Special Assignments; OBLISERV full tour

•   Commands must advise CG PSC-epm via message if members
    fail to OBLISERV.
                          SILO/RILO
   Separation In Lieu Of Orders              Retirement In Lieu Of Orders
         Art. 12.B.7, CG PERSMAN                   Art 12.C.11 CG PERSMAN


•Members on Indefinite Enlistment          •Retirement Eligible members in
(>10 but <20 years) in receipt of orders   receipt of orders
•Requests must be submitted to PSC-        •Requests must be submitted to PSC-
epm via message within 15 calendar         epm via message within 15 calendar
days of issuance of PCS orders             days of issuance of PCS orders
    – Effective date of SILO is                 – Effective date of RILO is 01
        normally within 90 days of                 September of current AY.
        orders issue date

•Considered on case-by-case basis; approved/disapproved based on Service
need
                    Retirement
                  Art. 12.C.11, CG PERSMAN

•   Submit requests to CG PSC-epm-1; 6-24 months prior to
    retirement date

•   Retirements normally approved Sep thru Dec
    • Minimizes gaps during summer transfer season

•   Command endorsement shall contain acknowledgement and
    acceptance of temporary position gap if retirement will occur
    outside of normal retirement window (Sep thru Dec)
                  PATFORSWA
           http://www.uscg.mil/psc/epm/PATFORSWA.asp

• 112 Afloat (only MONOMOY accommodates females); 80 Ashore
• 5 BM Middle East Training Team (METT): Deployed to certify Level II
Non-compliant Boarding Teams in CG & foreign military. Requires LE
experience at TACLET, MSST DSF, or MSRT; plus Instructor endorsement.
• 9 E-5 thru E-9 Redeployment Assistance & Inspection Detachment
(RAID): Will become PCS positions for AY10. Message to follow in Fall 09.

        BENEFITS:                NEW ASSIGNMENT CRITERIA:
        • Priority 1 or 2        • Overseas Screening
        • 15 days of R&R         • Secret Clearance
        • Additional pay         • BTM Physical Fitness test w/in past 6 months
        • Tax exemptions         • Meets COMDT’s Weight Standards
                                 • CO Endorsement for PATFORSWA
   Maritime Enforcement Specialist (ME) Rating
       http://www.uscg.mil/comdt/mcpocg/rate-force_notes/docs/ME.pdf

• ME Manpower Requirements Analysis completed:
   – Recommended Rating Size: 1095 Active & 1217 Reserve
• Unit Types
   – Stations, Sectors, DSF Units, Major Cutters, & CG Police Dept
• Remaining Timeline
   – JUL 2009: ME Lateral Solicitation Message
       • Lateral open to all CG Ratings
   – OCT/NOV 2009: ME Lateral Panel
       • Selection process w/established criteria
   – 01 JAN 2010: ME Rating Stand-Up
       • Personnel will transfer upon tour completion
                   New Initiatives
• Modernization:          AY09 Modernization positions are expected to be fully
  implemented and the AY10 process will contain fewer position changes than
  AY09. This will be reflected in the shopping list.
• LORAN:       Plans to terminate, continue, or expand the LORAN mission are
  currently undetermined; a decision is expected in September. Plans are being
  developed to have impacted personnel transfer in the normal AY10 process if
  LORAN units are closed.
• New MK EPO Screening Process: ALCGENL 066/09
  For MK1 thru MKCS EPO assignments, submit e-resume to request to screen
  for EPO by 10JUL09.
• Body Mass Index (BMI): ALCOAST 469/08 - Max allowable
  body fat will be reduced by 1% on 01OCT09. Non-compliance may have
       assignment impacts. See COMDTINST M1020.8G Art. 2.5.1.3.
             Questions?
             Call or e-Mail Us
• To Reach CG PSC-epm-2:
   • Main Phone: 202.493.1230
   • FAX: 202.493.1269
• Visit new CG PSC-epm-2 Web Site:
  http://www.uscg.mil/epm

								
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