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1 Code 10 Navy Workforce Classification Department

2 2 Overview Navy Enlisted Occupation Classification System (NEOCS) & Navy Officer Classification System (NOOCS) processes are methods used to identify skills, education, training, experience, and capabilities related to both enlisted and officer personnel. Classify the Navy’s Work

3 3 Overview NEOCS/NOOCS governance: OPNAV N13 chairs routine NEOCS/NOOCS Board and Flag-level Executive Committee. EXCOM voting members include: N12, N13, N15, NETC COO, BUPERS- 3, PERS-4, & USFF NAVMAC serves as Executive Secretary for N13. Duties include: Assist in policy guidance and system control. Oversee proposal process. Review all proposals; make recommendations or approve administrative actions as appropriate. Conduct monthly NEOCS/NOOCS Working Group (NNWG) Coordinate and facilitate EXCOMs, as needed Routinely coordinates with Navy Total Force Members (e.g. BUPERS-3, PMO, NETC, etc.) Managed via NEOCS/NOOCS WG

4 4 Overview NEOCS Occupational Standards (to include Naval Standards) Ratings Navy Enlisted Classification (NEC) Codes Navy Enlisted Billet Classification (NEBC) Codes NOOCS Billet and Officer Designator Codes Subspecialty (SSP) Codes Additional Qualification (AQD) Codes Navy Officer Billet Classification (NOBC) Codes

5 5 Overview Department divided into two divisions (by process) NEOCS/NOOCS Division Occupational Standards Division

6 6 NEOCS/NOOCS Division Naval Enlisted Classifications (NEC) Codes Identify specialized qualifications or experience ~950 published Teaming with NETC and Human Performance Requirements Review (HPRR) participants to review NEC for currency and plan NECs for new equipment/platforms (Review ~33% yearly) Ratings Broad enlisted career fields that identify occupational specialties ~80 published Requests for establishment/disestablishment are managed through the NEOCS/NOOCS process Navy Enlisted Billet Classification (NEBC) Brief description to identify an enlisted position. ~300 published Achieving FIT

7 7 NEOCS/NOOCS Division Designators Identifies primary and specialty qualifications, associated legal specialty categories and competitive categories for promotion. (~140 published) Designator proposals are routed to NAVMAC via BUPERS-3 (OCM’s) Naval Officer Billet Classifications (NOBC) Codes Provide general description of billet (position) duties (~700 published) Additional Qualification Designations (AQD) Codes Identify specialized qualifications or experience (~1500 published) Teaming with Officer Community Managers to verify Sub-Specialty Specifications (SSP) Establishes criteria for advanced education, functional training, and significant experience in fields and disciplines (~225 published) SSP proposals are routed to NAVMAC via OPNAV N15

8 8 Occupational Standards Division Occupational Standards Navy’s work in terms of minimum Tasks, Skills, and Abilities required of an individual in a particular rating and at a particular payrade. ~80 published Naval Standards Core Navy knowledge relevant to Sailors by pay grade (E2-E9) Last update: 2012 Manpower requirements, training, & advancement

9 9 References Governing Instructions/Manuals Enlisted OPNAVINST Series (NEOCS Instruction) NAVPERS Series (NEOCS Manual) Officer OPNAVINST Series (NOOCS Instruction) NAVPERS Series (NOOCS Manual)


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