FY-22 Active Duty Staff Corps Community Brief Disclaimer

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FY-22 Active Duty Staff Corps Community Brief Disclaimer
This community brief has been generated by the community leaders, including detailers and community managers. It has been vetted by Navy Personnel Command and OJAG for statutory compliance and
approved by SECNAV.
Community leaders have provided these slides to community members for career planning purposes; however, strict adherence to the career progressions depicted in the slides is not a prerequisite for
promotion.
ONLY MATERIAL APPROVED BY THE SECRETARY OF THE NAVY WILL BE PRESENTED TO STATUTORY SELECTION BOARDS. THIS BRIEF HAS BEEN APPROVED BY SECNAV FOR USE BY THE FY-22
STATUTORY SELECTION BOARDS.

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Medical Corps
Career Progression

Example Assignments NMRTC/U FLEET

Intent: The Navy Medical Corps Officer career path will deliberately develop the clinical, operational, and leadership skillsets required to lead Navy Medicine in positions of progressively increasing scope and responsibility.

Expectations: Officers who are competitive for promotion will have accrued both the operational and clinical experience necessary to serve in billets that are commensurate with the next rank.

- Selection for residency

Recommended Medical and Professional Development Path

- Board certification - Operational Experience

- Executive Operational tour - JPME I/II

- Advanced Leadership or Business Degree

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12

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Platform Assignments TAH Deployment EMF/IA Deployment Fleet Surgical Team Staff MedBN Specialty Staff GHE/Alternative Billet
Intern Resident Fellow Junior Staff Physician

Operational Tours Battalion Surgeon (FMFQO) LSD/LPD SMO (SWMDO) Undersea Medical Officer Flight Surgeon (FS) General Medical Officer
Resident/Fellow Division/Department Head SMO/Medical Director Assistant Program Director MEC Member

Executive Operational Tour LHA/LHD/CVN SMO Group UMO, Senior FS Regimental / MAG Surgeon FST OIC / CATF Surgeon GHE/HQ/PERS/Alternative Staff

Senior Executive Tour TYCOM/Fleet Surgeon Division/Group/Wing Sgn Senior HQ/PERS Senior GHE Billet Alternative Senior Billet

Chief Medical Officer (CMO) Director/Large Department Head Assistant Specialty Leader Program Director MEC Chair

Large NMRTC CMO Large NMRTC Director Specialty Leader DIO/GME Director XO/CO

Flag Track COCOM Surgeon PACFLT Surgeon FLTFOR Surgeon MEF Surgeon MARFOR Surgeon Deputy TMO Senior HQ Director MEDCEN Director

• Operational (or ‘blue-box’) experience is defined as occurring outside of the NMRTC/U construct. It is essential to the development of Medical Corps Officers and prepares them for service in the next rank.
• NMRTC/U (or ‘gray-box) experience is essential to maintaining clinical competency, developing the unique managerial skillsets required in medicine, and ensuring the development/training of others.
• The most qualified Medical Officers will have accrued experience in each box along their career path.

Abbreviation Legend DIO - Designated Institutional Official FST - Fleet Surgical Team GHE - Global Health Engagement JPME - Joint Professional
Military Education MEC - Medical Executive Committee MedBN - Medical Battalion OIC - Officer in Charge SMO - Senior Medical Officer TMO - The Medical Officer, USMC UMO - Undersea Medical Officer

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Medical Corps
Community Values

 People
• Achieve and maintain board certification • Maintain current clinical competency and active clinical practice in their specialty • Education outside GME (JPME I/I, MHA, MPH, MBA, etc) valued

 Platforms
• Operational experience is required to provide subject matter expertise for senior line leaders
• Contributions in the operational or deployed setting are expected throughout a career

 Performance
• Officers are expected to have diverse careers that balance clinical skills sustainment and operational experience, using experience gained by this diversity to improve the support provided to our warfighters
• Expected to assume increased leadership responsibility as they progress

 Power
• Navy or DoD-wide impact that allows Navy Medicine to project medical power is highly

valued

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Dental Corps
Career Progression

Career Path

PGY1/ Credential

Competence

OPERATIONAL UTILIZATION

RESIDENCY

Character

Connection

SPECIALTY UTILIZATION
BOARD CERT

SENIOR OPERATIONAL, JUNIOR ACADEMIC, SENIOR STAFF
JPME 1

SENIOR ACADEMIC, ADV CLINICIAN, SENIOR LEADER, SPECIALTY LEADER
JPME 2, eMBA

STAFF/ACADEMIC/OPERATIONAL SEA/CONUS/SEABEES/OVERSEAS/USMC

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4

6

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Typical Billets

P

FLEET, FMF DEN BN, SEABEES,

G

NMRTC, DIVO, AMPHIB DH,

Y

RESIDENCY, STAFF SPECIALIST

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PGY1 – Post-Graduate Year -1

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DH CVN, FMF OIC, NMRTU OIC, BUMED, NMRTC, DIRECTOR DENTAL SERVICES,
DETAILER, CLINIC DIRECTOR, GRAD DEN PRGM, SENIOR CLINICIAN, PGRAD JR STAFF / PRGM DIRECTOR, NPDS ASSOC DEAN, PGY-1 DIRECTOR

XO, CO – FMF DEN BN, NMRTC, FLEET DEN OFFICER, DEN OFFICER OF THE USMC, DIRECTOR DENTAL SERVICES CMD/REGION,
SR EXEC STAFF, PGRAD SR STAFF, SR EXECUTIVE MEDICINE, NPDS DEAN, DHA

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Dental Corps
Community Values
 Clinical performance
• Officers successfully demonstrated excellence in their clinical specialty
 Specialty career path
• Officers serving in senior clinical leadership positions provide seasoned subject area expertise
• Serve as educators for postgraduate training programs
 Leadership
• All levels are expected to serve as mentors to junior personnel • Selected individuals participate in leadership of Navy Medicine
 Career diversity
• Officers should aspire to assume key roles within the clinical, academic, research, operational and/or executive medicine domains

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Nurse Corps
Career Progression

LEADERSHIP COURSE GUIDE

Using the tenets of the Professional Practice Model: Professional Development, Operational Readiness/Jointness and Transformational Leadership - The Navy Nurse Corps Officer career path will develop the operational and leadership skillsets required to lead Navy Medicine in positions of progressively increasing scope and responsibility. Well-rounded nurses demonstrate sustained superior performance, diversity of assignment as well as clinical/leadership progression.

ENS/LTJG

LT

LCDR

CDR

CAPT

BROC Clinic Manager Course DIVOLC C4

ILC

C4

HMC

JMPT

JMOC-Basic

BROC Completed

Clinic Manager Course

AROC

JMPT

JPME I

ILC

MedEx

HCM

JMOC-Basic

JMOC-Advanced

SLC

SLLC

MedEx

MSLP JSMLC

TFMEP

JPME I and II

JMOC- Advanced

AROC Completed

MedEx IFFHCE NSLS IFFHCE PCO/XO

SLLC MSLP NSLS JMESI

GRADUATE DEGREE OR >
Sample Career Paths: Demonstrates increasing levels of clinical and leadership spheres of influence.

ENS/LTJG
Med BN Operational Deploy GHE/Humanitarian IA/GSA

LT/LCDR

Fleet Surgical Team Carrier Nurse Med BN Company XO GHE/Humanitarian

ERC Nurse Training OIC

CDR
Senior Nurse OIC Med BN CNO Force Nurse

CAPT
Senior Nurse XO CO Fleet Forces

OPERATIONAL

NMRTC/U

Nurse Resident Staff Nurse Charge Nurse Team Leader Assistant DIVO

Charge Nurse Team Leader DIVO Instructor Faculty Member Nurse Researcher Assist Director

Clinic Manager Recruiter CNS/NP EA Asst Spec Leader Detailer

CNS

OIC

DH

Director

Specialty Leader Detailer

OPNAV/BUPERS

BUMED Staff

USMC/TMO/SME/SNE

Nurse Researcher/Program Dir

XO CO Post-Command Asst Deputy Chief Deputy Chief Fleet Surgeon/Force Surgeon Nurse Researcher/Program Dir

Additional Resources: Navy Medicine Course Catalog, NC Operational (Green/Blue) Planning Guides, Navy Nurse Corps Leadership Library, Career Development Boards, Detailing conference call/record review.

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Nurse Corps
Community Values

 Valued achievements prior to LIEUTENANT COMMANDER
• Sustained Superior Performance

• Assignments
─ Assume roles of increased responsibility in 3 domains of Professional Practice Model (PPM) (Professional Development, Operational Readiness, Transformational Leadership)
─ Diversity in duty station location, scope, complexity and mission (CONUS, OCONUS, Small-large MTF, HQ, Branch Clinic, Academia, deployment/operational experience)
─ Clinical Expert – attained certification/recognized SME, maintains and grows operational skill sets at all times. Applies Evidence-Based Practice Principles in clinical and managerial environments

 Valued achievements prior to COMMANDER
• Sustained Superior Performance

• Assignments
─ Assume roles of increased responsibility in 3 domains of PPM commensurate with rank, active leader in clinical community of practice and measureable command contributions in and out of specialty/work area. Maintains operational skill sets at all times
─ Diversity in duty station location, scope, complexity and mission (as above) ─ Advanced degree attained or enrolled and actively pursuing, maintains certifications and clinical competency. Uses,
applies and encourages juniors to utilize Evidenced-Based Practice Principles in clinical and managerial environments ─ Active mentor, develops others, promotes recruitment and retention of qualified officers.
 Valued achievements prior to CAPTAIN
• Sustained Superior Performance

• Assignments
─ Assume roles of increased responsibility/active leader in all aspects of Navy Medicine ─ Diversity in duty station location, scope, complexity, and mission ─ Achieved advanced degree, and maintains clinical competency ─ Models PPM principles (Professional Development, Operational Readiness, Transformational Leadership)

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Medical Service Corps
Career Progression

Three distinct specialty areas within the Medical Service Corps: Health Care Administration (HCA); Health Care Scientists (HCS); and Health Care Clinicians (HCC). Career paths within these areas may include: Clinical, Operational, Academic, Research, and/or Administrative.

Competence

Character

Connection

Junior Officer (O1-O3)

Mid-Grade Officer (O4-O5)

Senior Officer (O5-O6)

• Specialty Proficiency Maturation • Officer Development • Leadership Training and Experience • Develop and Mentor Subordinates

• Demonstrated Specialty Proficiency
• Advanced Leadership and Professional Growth
• Develop and Mentor Subordinates
• JPME 1

• Expanded Leadership Scope • Demonstrated Professional Advancement • Develop and Mentor Subordinates • JPME 2

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Typical Assignments

Large CONUS NMRTC Initial Fleet/USMC General Staff Officer Staff Clinician DIVO/Asst DH Entry Research Fellowship/DUINS
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Mid-Size NMRTC/Clinic OCONUS NMRTC Fleet/USMC Staff Officer Department Head (Small) Fellowship/DUINS Research Command

Milestone Mid-Size NMRTC OCONUS NMRTC Operational Staff Headquarters (HQ) Staff Department Head (Large) Associate Director Research Command Assistant Specialty Leader

Milestone/XO Senior NMRTC Leadership OCONUS NMRTC Director COCOM/TYCOM Staff HQ (OPNAV/BUMED/PERS/OSD) Detailer, Community Manager Specialty Leader Research Program Leader

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CO/XO/Director Chief of Staff DHA Fleet/USMC Surgeon Operational Staff HQ Senior Staff Program Manager
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Medical Service Corps
Community Values

Leadership through Service

 Lead with Integrity
• Demonstrated impactful and ethical leadership, cross-organizational teamwork and program process improvement
• Established track record of ongoing success in community-unique leadership positions with increasing scope/responsibility/staff/budget
• Successfully held positions that espouse the ability to demonstrate unique subject matter expertise
 Commitment to Excellence
• Sustained outstanding performance in sub-specialty; “be the best version of yourself” • Pursuit of life-long learning and ongoing specialty-specific & professional education • Focused contributions as administrator, clinician or scientist that translates to quantifiable impact on
the Navy’s primary mission of operational readiness • Proven performance during organizational change

 Honor Our Heritage
• Serve as educator/mentor within area of professional specialization • Develop future leaders of competence and character; enrich community culture by incorporating
customs and traditions of our Navy and our Corps. • Exhibit career diversity through the ability to excel across a variety of assignments

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Judge Advocate General’s Corps
Career Progression

The timeline represents years of service for a typical
judge advocate. Exact timing may
vary to accommodate community needs especially during
periods of community growth
and/or personal needs of the officer.
Typical Billets

FTJA RLSO/ DSO

IA: 7-12 months GTMO/HOA/AFGHANISTAN/IRAQ/AFPAKHANDS

LEP On Ramp/FTJA

Milestone Screening: Trial/Appellate Judge Milestone Screening: Command

Career Status Board (CSB)

Post-graduate School (LL.M) War College Junior Course

War College Senior Course

AJAG Board

AJAG
CJCS LC
Flag Screening

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SJA: General Military Law (1201)/ National Security (1203)/ Environmental (1207)

RLSO/DSO/VLC, OJAG, CVN/PHIBRON, OMC, Other

RLSO/DSO/VLC, OJAG, CVN/ESG/CSG, OMC, OLA, NJS,
NPC, PG School, Region/ TYCOM, OPNAV Staff, Other

RLSO/DSO/VLC, NJS, OJAG, Fleet, Joint, GCMCA, OLA, NPC, OMC, Region/TYCOM, OPNAV Staff, Other

RLSO/DSO/VLC, NJS, OJAG, OPNAV/Major Staff/COCOM, OMC

First Tour Judge
Advocate

Staff Attorney at sea/shore legal Office, Victims’ Legal Counsel (VLC), NLSC Commands, OJAG Codes, Office of Military Commissions (OMC), Independent/SPCMCA SJA

SJA/staff at GCMCA or Ech. 3 or 4 (sea/shore), NLSC mid-level leadership (DH, OIC, Senior VLC, Or PDO), NJS Instructor, OJAG Codes, NWC/PG School (LL.M), REC/DREC, Dep Flt. Env. Counsel

XO/OIC, OJAG Code Deputy, SJA/Staff for Ech. 2 or 3, Joint Command, OSD, or CJCS, NWC or NDU, REC, Flt. Env. Counsel, NJS /War College Instructor

CO/OJAG Div Dir., Echelon 1 or 2 SJA, NLSC Chief of Staff

AJAG CJCS LC

Typical Billets

Military Justice Litigation Career Track (1202)

RLSO/DSO/VLC, CVN/PHIBRON, OJAG Code
20/45/46, OMC

RLSO/DSO/VLC, CVN, TCAP/DCAP, NJS, OMC, OJAG
Code 20/45/46, PG School, Region/TYCOM

RLSO/DSO, TCAP/DCAP NMCTJ, NMCCA, OMC, OJAG Code 20/45/46, Region/TYCOM

RLSO/DSO, NMCTJ, OMC, NMCCA, OJAG Code 20/45

First Tour Judge
Advocate

TC/DC, OJAG Codes, Appellate Govt or Defense, Victims’ Legal Counsel (VLC), Office of Military Commissions (OMC), or SJA

NLSC mid-level leadership (DH, OIC, PDO, Asst. Senior TC/DC, Senior VLC), SJA, NJS Instructor, OJAG Codes, PG School (LL.M), or Rotational Assignment with US Attorney / Fed. Public Defenders

XO/OIC, Senior/Asst. TC/DC, Trial or Appellate Judge, TCAP/ DCAP, NJS Instructor, OJAG Code Deputy, or SJA

CO/OJAG Div Dir., SJA, Trial or Appellate Judge (Circuit or Chief Judge), TC/DC (Complex Case), or NLSC Chief of Staff

AJAG

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