THE DETAILING PROCESS
For many of you, this will be your first detailing experience since graduating from NSCS. The first qualified officer in their "detailing window" who requests a job and is committed to serving in that billet will be selected; however, some commands require screening and approval. Your billet selection or preferences must align with your PRD (-1/+3 months). Ideally, we should finalize your orders 4-6 months prior to your EDD. If you do not have orders 3 months from your PRD, you will be considered a "needs of the Navy" detail.
Your "detailing window" begins 10 months from your PRD if coming from an overseas assignment and 8 months from your PRD if coming from a CONUS assignment.
All billets are posted 10 months from their projected rotation date and can be viewed via the eSUPPO app as well as the link at the top of this page.
***Note: Your transfer will depend on completion of a minimum 24-30 month operational tour, achievement of a warfare qualification, COC approval if rotating earlier than PRD, and a proper relief.***
SECOND OP TOUR LTs not attending Post Graduate School should first contact the LCDR Shore detailer.
Most will complete an overseas tour at least once in their career. These tours offer exceptional personal and professional development opportunities. There is a wide range of billets and locations available. Completing this milestone early in your career is often more ideal. If you have not yet been stationed overseas, and you are waiting for a department head ride, this is your most likely detail.
Internships are a great opportunity for junior officers to gain experience in a valued Supply Corps competency. For more information, see the Internship Page.
Nominative billets include NSCS Instructor Duty, Flag Aide, Presidential, Naval Reactor, and the Personnel Exchange Program (PEP). These options provide unique and challenging opportunities that provide benefits long after tour completion. If you are interested in one of these opportunities, you must submit, via email, an application package to be considered for one of these positions. See the Nominative Billets page for specific details.
CAREER GUIDANCE 101
IT'S YOUR CAREER. I strongly recommend each officer read "IT'S YOUR CAREER" when formulating detailing plans and your career progression. This is an excellent resource covering all the important topics, milestones and career hurdles such as Internships, Subspecialties, Post Graduate education, Joint Qualifications, etc. Review "IT'S YOUR CAREER" online at http://www.public.navy.mil/bupers-npc/officer/Detailing/rlstaffcorps/supply/Pages/CareerCounselor.aspx.
Check out the website Records Management at http://www.public.navy.mil/bupers-npc/officer/Detailing/rlstaffcorps/supply/Pages/CareerCounselor.aspx and http://www.public.navy.mil/bupers-npc/career/recordsmanagement/Pages/default.aspx. You can review your ODC, OSR, and PSR's, submit changes and view updates all online!
Need your APC calculated? Apply here: http://www.nps.edu/Academics/GeneralCatalog/206.htm#o208
EARNED YOUR WARFARE PIN
Congratulations! Now, ensure we have your warfare designation on record. Forward a copy of your warfare designation letter or certificate to the Career Counselor via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or fax to the following number 901-874-2684 or DSN 882-2684.
For questions regarding the detailing process, general career guidance, and/or your record, please contact myself or the Career Counselor.