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Enlisted Community Review. Updated 1000 27 Sep 2005. Table of Contents. What Seabee’s do Active Manpower Personnel Billet Analysis IA Functional Review SELRES Recommendations. No FTS for Seabees. Rating Scope – Seabees . Builder (BU) – carpenters, masons, woodworkers

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Enlisted Community Review

Updated 1000 27 Sep 2005


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Table of Contents

  • What Seabee’s do

  • Active

    • Manpower

    • Personnel

    • Billet Analysis

    • IA

    • Functional Review

  • SELRES

  • Recommendations

No FTS for Seabees


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Rating Scope – Seabees

  • Builder (BU) – carpenters, masons, woodworkers

  • Construction Electrician (CE) - electrical

  • Construction Mechanic (CM) – mechanics for automotive and construction equipment

  • Engineering Aide (EA) – surveyors, draftsmen, P&E

  • Equipment Operator (EO) – operate automotive and construction equipment

  • Steelworkers (SW) – fabricate and erect pre-engineered structures

  • Utilitiesman (UT) – plumbing, heating, compressed air, fuel storage, ACR, water treatment, septic

All Ratings perform tasks related to contingency ops and disaster preparedness. Seabees represent a large Navy contribution to the GWOT.

Source: Navy Enlisted Occupational Standards Manual


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Seabee Rating Compression

E3-E8E9

(E8 BA)

67

8 92

17

25

46

21

28

55

27

(E9 BA)

23

15

17

BU

EA

SW

CE

UT

CM

EO

CU

UC

EQ

Each grouping of ratings has 3 - 4 E8 billets feeding each E9 billet

CN (Students only)


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Active


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Seabee Paygrade Structures

Aug 05

Force Structure Billets

Aug 05

Force Structure Inventory

Sea

Inv/BA

Current Manning:

Total – 93.4%

Sea – 104.0%

Shore – 96.9%

IA -- 46.4%

Total Billets: 9634

Total Inventory: 9002

$566M/year

requirement

($3.7B FYDP)

73%

135%

96%

106%

106%

107%

98%

Total Sea Billets: 5367

Total Sea Inventory: 5583

Total Shore Inventory: 2759

Total Shore Billets: 2846

IA Inventory: 660

IA Billets: 1421

Source: Ministats

Source: Ministats


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Seabee vs. Navy Paygrade Structures

Seabee Aug 05

Force Structure Billets

Navywide FY05

Force Structure Billets

Total Sea Billets:

5367

Total Shore Billets:

2846

Total Sea Billets:

157351

Total Shore Billets:

109262

Top 2: 2.9% Top 3: 10.1% FS only

Top 2: 3.8% Top 3: 12.8% FS only

IA Billets –

1421

IA Billets - 37913

Source: Ministats

Source: Ministats


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Seabee vs. NavywideSea Shore Billet Ratio

Current Seabee Sea/Shore Tour Lengths:

E3 E4 E5 E6 E7 E8 E9

Sea 54 54 48 36 36 36 36

Shore 24 36 36 36 36 36 36

Despite widely varying sea/shore billet

ratios, Seabee sea and shore tour lengths

are standardized across all ratings.


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Seabee Recruiting and Retention

Reenlistment Rates – Zone A/B/C near Navy average

ZoneFY04FY05FY05 RangeFY05 GoalFY05 Navy Avg.

A 50.3% 54.5% 50.2 – 69.2% 54% 54.2%

B 71.1% 70.0% 58.6 -- 84.6% 70% 67.0%

C 85.9% 84.6% 77.1 – 100% 85% 84.4%

Attrition Rates – At or below Navy avg.

ZoneFY04FY05FY05 RangeFY05 Navy Avg.

A 6.8% 7.1% 5.1 – 8.7% 9.6%

B 3.5% 4.5% 2.9 – 7.1% 4.6%

C 1.8% 1.6% 0.9 – 4.0%1.4%

Recruiting – Under accessing

FY03FY04FY05 (YTD)FY06

Goal 860 988 1160 (1071) 1145

Shipped 749 903 (965)

Success 87% 91% (90%)

CREO Policy:

BU – 2/3/3

CE – 1/3/3

CM – 1/3/3

EA – 3/3/3

EO – 2/3/2

SW – 3/3/3

UT – 2/3/3

Striker policy (all ratings): “A” school required


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SeaBee Pays

SRB – significant increase in Feb 05:

SDAP – new pay for E9s at NMCBs $75 5932 Basic UCT (Diver) $150 5931 Adv UCT (Diver) $450 CBLC Seabee Line Comp Chiefs

EB - $1K for BU, EO, UT (FY05)

Sea Pay – none!

AIP - $750 max for E9s at NMCBs (starting May 05)

Green equals increase, red decrease


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Advancements Seabee vs. Navy Average

  • Seabee advancements appear to be driven less by the shape of the billet pyramid than other ratings. For example:

    • Rating Ratio E7:E8 billets E8 Advance Opp.

    • BU3.11 : 124.2%

    • CE3.13 : 121.5%

    • SW3.61 : 1 4.7%

    • EA4.00 : 1 0.0%

  • E9 advancements appear to be driven less by the shape of the billet pyramid than by the number of vacancies each year.


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Seabee LOS Diagram

  • Delta caused by:

  • FY03-FY05 underaccessions

  • excess EPA for CN (a E3 student-only EMC)

  • In the aggregate, Seabee LOS Inventory better than previously reviewed ratings.

  • No excess of LOS 18-20 inventory.

  • Modest number of E-6s approaching HYT.


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Where Seabee Billets Are – Sea (FY08)

(397)

(116)

(120)

(254)

(4050)

(354)

- Includes 139 Type 3 billets (Bahrain, DGAR, Souda Bay)

- No longer included as sea billets are:

- 262 Type 6 duty billets that were Type 3

- 91 Type 3 duty that are planned for transition to Type 6

Total Sea

Billets: 5291

Source: TFMMS – FY08


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Where Seabee Billets are – Shore (by function)

(496)

(856)

(209)

  • Recruiter 68

  • RDC 8

  • 20

  • DAPA 11

  • Self Help 11

  • Brig 29

  • Other 55

  • 209

(61)

(88)

(600)

(289)

(242)

Total Shore

Billets - 2841

Source: TFMMS – FY08


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Where Seabee billets are – Shore (by BSO)

(122)

(56)

(870)

(66)

(105)

(113)

(689)

(254)

(566)

Resource Sponsors:

N4 1985 N61 79

N00T 254 N76 74

N75 198 N1J 33

N1 107 N76 25

Other 86

Most BUPERS

billets are FAC G

Total Shore

Billets - 2841

Source: TFMMS – FY08


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Seabee Fleet Concentration Areas

FCASea BilletsShore Billets

in-rateFAC G

Pt Hueneme 2079 331 15

Gulfport 2036 277 5

Norfolk 419 279 18

San Diego 349 289 27

Washington DC 120 82 1

Sigonella 7 154 16 *

Type 3 (Bahrain/DGAR/Souda) 139 0 0

Other FCAs 86 419 22 *

Non-FCAs 56801105*

Total 5291 2632+209 = 2841

* Significantly excess to rotational needs in that homeport

Insufficient shore

duty in these FCAs

Large number of

FAC G shore billets

outside FCAs

Source: TFMMS – FY08


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Shore Billet Analysis Criteria

  • Sea Shore Rotation minimum requirements

    • 5 years sea/3 years shore, 4/3, 4/3, 3/3, 2/2

  • Career Progression

    • Billet pyramid requirements

    • Billets necessary to develop military skills

  • IGCA Coding (Military Essential) – next slide

  • Flt Concentration Areas/Homebasing

  • Billet Titles

  • Billet Funding (OSD, Joint, NWCF)

    • 202 non-navy funded billets for Seabee

Plus 72 facilities billets at Thurmont, MD

7.3% of shore billets

Functional requirement for billets not questioned


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Inherently Governmental-Commercial Activity (IG-CA) Coding

  • Eleven ratings completed: 3,435 enlisted billets, previously coded as “required” by N1, are no longer military essential

Assigned by CNP / N1

Assigned by Claimant

Military Essential

A: Military Operations

I: Military Augmentation (Backfill)

Military Essential

F: Military Unique Knowledge & Skills

Exempt from Review

D: Mobilization (Dual Status)

G:Esprit de Corps & Military Support

L: Law, Exec Order, Treaty

M:DoD Management Decision

Exempt from Review

B: Military Support to Operations

J:Military Rotation

K: Military Career Progression

Subject to Competition

R:Subject to Review

(CIVSUB/A-76 Competition/Elimination)

Excess military billets should be phased-out , and recruiting/training/PCS dollars reinvested


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Seabee FY08 Shore Billet CA Reason Codes

  • 49% of shore billets are coded for military requirements (A, B, F, etc.) or Career Progression (K)

  • 23% are coded for military rotation (J)

  • 7% are general purpose billets (FAC G/K)

  • 20% are candidates for review/civsub (R or E)


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Minimum Shore Billet Requirements – BU only

Total Potential

Billet Candidates:

740 (shore billets)

- 540 (min for SSR)

200(potential excess)

BU needs more E5 shore

billets than are available!

FY08 Shore Billets: 740

Minimum Shore Billets Required to support SSR: 540


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Seabee Rating Sea/Shore Billet Ratios vary widely

  • CM, EO, SW are sea intensive

    • No E5-E8 shore billets to spare

    • Even some E4 shore billets required for SSR

  • BU is more balanced

    • But has an excess of shore billets at E6-E8

  • CE, EA, UT are shore intensive

    • Excess shore billets at E5-E7 (but not E8)

  • Compressed ratings: only CU has an excess of E9 shore billets (in theory)


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Seabee Questionable CA Reason Codes

  • Claimant CA coding is generally consistent and reasonable

  • 7 “F” coded billets are questionable military unique skills

    • 6 facility maintenance billets at Bay St. Louis

    • 1 self-help billet at NAS Pax River

  • One RDC billet coded as “J” vice “F”

  • Five billets at 20th SRG coded as “B”, remainder as E/F/J/R

  • Billet coding for these billets will be reviewed in the FY05 IG&CA inventory

Billet by billet review of CA Reason Codes is a benefit of each ECR


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Final Proposed Seabee Shore Billet Coding

37 candidates

for ‘R’ coding

Represents 18% of Seabee

shore billets and 6.4% of total

Seabee sea and shore billets


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Seabee FAC G Billets

Required for Rotation 128

  • Retain within current rating

  • Includes 20 E4-E5 9545 billets that will transfer to MA

    Available for transfer 44

  • 36 E5-E6, 8 E7-E8 billets

  • RDC, Recruiter, Brig, CAAC, etc.

    Candidates for CA “R” 37

  • 29 E4-E5, 8 E6-E7 billets

  • Hazmat, Self-Help, MWR, etc.

  • Most already coded as “R”

  • Can also be transferred to other Seabee Ratings

    Total209


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Summary of Proposed Seabee IGCA J / R Coding

  • Shore Intensive Ratings:

    • CE: recode some E6/E7/E8 billets from ‘J’ to ‘R’

    • EA: recode some E5/E6/E8 billets from ‘J’ to ‘R’

    • UT: recode some E7/E8 billets from ‘J’ to ‘R’

  • Sea Intensive Ratings:

    • CM: recode all E5/E6/E7 billets from ‘R’ to ‘J’

    • EO: same

    • SW: same, plus E8 billets

  • Balanced Rating:

    • BU: recode some E5/E6/E7 billets from ‘R’ to ‘J’, but E8 billets from ‘J’ to ‘R’

These 3 ratings also need to retain a portion of E4 shore billets to support SSR


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Seabee Paygrade StructuresCurrent and Proposed billet structure

Force Structure Billets

Current FY08 plan

Force Structure Billets

Proposed FY09

Total Billets: 9414

Total Billets: 8845

Total Sea Billets: 5291

Total Shore Billets: 2841

IA Billets: 1282

Total Sea Billets: 5291

Total Shore Billets: 2319

IA Billets: 1235

Top 6 - 83.0%

Top 2 - 2.9%

Top 6 - 82.4%

Top 2 - 2.8%

Source: TFMMS

Source: TFMMS


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Seabee Student Execution

FY04 Avg Student Inv: 252

FY04 Student EPA: 837

FY05 Student EPA: 838

FY07 Student EPA: 772

Total Seabee Student Avg. Execution – 30%


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Seabee TPPH Execution

FY04 Avg TPPH Inv: 354

FY04 TPPH EPA: 219

FY05 TPPH EPA: 238

Seabee TPPH Avg.

Execution – 162%

MA IA imbalance may grow even larger

as MA EPA continues to increase


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M600 Student EMC

  • The purpose of EMC M600 should be to account for undesignated Seabees in RTC or “A” School

  • However, billets in the M600 EMC do not fully account for “A” school students

  • Even worse, an improper EMC logic results in the EMF accounting for only a few Seabee students

  • As a result, latest ministats shows only 15 inventory in an EMC with 347 billets

  • Trainee Working Group is working to correct this issue.


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E9 Sea Manning Challenge


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E9 Sea/Shore ManningCU Rating

  • Sea manning trending steadily downward; shore steady

Sea manning 25 - 88%

May 05 $750 AIP

Jun 05 $450 SDAP

Sea manning 110-150%

Inventory Sea – 7 Shore - 20

Sea and shore tour lengths steady at 36/36 during the entire period


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E9 Sea/Shore ManningEQ Rating

  • Sea manning trending steadily downward; shore steady

Sea manning 33 - 67%

Sea manning 80-110%

Inventory Sea – 4 Shore - 12

Sea and shore tour lengths steady at 36/36 during the entire period


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E9 Sea/Shore ManningUC Rating

  • Sea manning trending downward, with brief up tick; shore declining

100% !

Sea manning 75-100%

Sea manning 44 - 100%

Inventory Sea – 6 Shore - 7

Sea and shore tour lengths steady at 36/36 during the entire period


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Seabee Retirement Trends

As of 6 Jul 05

Will receive more

FRRAs FY 06


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E9 Sea Manning vs. E9 Sea/Shore Billet Ratio

E9 Sea

Manning

There is an (imperfect) correlation between E9 sea manning and E9 sea/shore billet ratios

CU E9 sea manning is well below the E9 manning trend line

E9 SSR

Source: Aug 05 Ministats


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E9 Seabee Billet Review

  • CUCM is very shore intensive, while EQ, UC are not

    • However, 4 E8 billets feed into each CUCM billet, but only about 3 E8 billets feed into EQ/UC

    • Accordingly, recommend against transferring billets from CUCM to the other two ratings

  • E9 IA EPA matches 12 month execution avg. means no change required

  • Bottom line – no obvious billet adjustments to fix E9 sea manning


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Summary of Active Duty Seabee Findings

  • Community is currently manned at 93% overall and 104% at sea.

    • E9 manned at 73% at sea and 122% ashore.

  • Ratings vary from sea intensive (CM, EO, SW) to shore intensive (CE, EA, UT).

    • FAC G billets can be reassigned within Seabee ratings to help balance sea shore billet ratio.

  • Relatively poor homebasing opportunity between sea and shore.

    • 78% of sea billets in Pt. Hueneme/Gulfport, but only 22% of shore billets

  • 474 shore billets identified as candidates for civilianization.

  • IA EPA severely out of balance, particularly for Students.


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SELRES


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Seabee Paygrade StructuresSELRES

FY05

Force Structure Billets

Aug 05

Force Structure Inventory

Total Billets - 10039

Total Inventory - 7731

Assigned to Billets: 7083

Assigned to IAP: 648 (8.4%)

Current Manning:

Total – 77.0%

IA Billets - 0

IA Inventory – 0


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Seabee SELRES Comments

  • 55% of Seabee force structure billets are SELRES

  • SELRES are assigned to twelve NMCBs, two Naval Const Regts, CBMUs, two Supply Support BNs, NAVSPECWAR OPSUP Tms, Naval Const Force Support Unit, PHIB CB, BMU, EODMU, 18 MIUWUs, etc.

  • BA will drop from 10039 in FY05 to 8718 in FY08 due to Reserve ZBR cuts

    • Chronic reserve Seabee vacancies drove the decision to cut billets to more executable levels


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Recommendations


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Seabee Recommendations

  • Review 437 in-rate and 37 FAC G billets as candidates for civilianization (mostly in CE, EA, UT ratings).

  • Transfer 44 FAC G billets to other Seabee ratings in need of shore billets.

  • Adjust Seabee IA billet allocation to reflect execution as part of a navywide IA billet review.

  • Correct M600 EMC billet/inventory allocation

  • Continue steps to improve E9 sea manning.

    • Change sea/shore tour lengths to 36/30

    • Monitor affects of SDAP and AIP increases


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Estimated Seabee Manpower Costs and Savings

  • The Seabee community is a ~$3.9B enterprise

  • Estimated grossMPN savings if 474 excess Seabee shore billets are civilianized:

No FTS

MPN Comp Rates

EDW

Net savings of $28.9M across the FYDP

(assumes 20% savings (100% IA))


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Seabee Skills Functional Review

  • HRCAT tool predicts that total costs for military are generally higher than GS, but less than contractors:


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Proposed PR-07 Billet Changes Affecting Seabee Ratings

  • Added sea billets for MK V SOC Dets (4 billets), EODGRU Mobile Comm Dets (2), Inshore Boat Units (6), and SOC GMV Maint Personnel (37).

  • Added shore billets for NAS Keflavik (30) and NAVSUPPFAC Thurmont (7).

  • Reduced shore billets due to CNI and NETWARCOM cuts, recruiting and NETC cuts, and 1NCD reductions.

  • Net reduction in Seabee endstrength:


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ECR Schedule

  • Completed ECRs (10): MR, HT, YN(SW), YN(SS), AS, ET(SW), QM, DK/PN, MM(SW), MN

  • ECRs in progress (3): AT, IT, Seabee

  • Future ECR candidates: JO/PH/LI/DM, AB, MA, TM,


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Back-up


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Construction Industry Trends

Construction Industry Hourly Earnings

Construction Industry Unemployment Rate


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Enlisted Community Reviews

  • “Vertical” look at individual enlisted communities

    • Focus first on manpower requirements (billet base)

      • Sea / Shore rotation; Career Progression; Home-basing

      • Challenge military essentiality

      • Review how rating’s function is delivered across Navy

    • Review community management issues

      • Advancement Opportunity; Retention; Accessions

      • Individuals Account; Special Pays & Bonuses

    • Develop actionable recommendations for N1 decision to deliver manpower savings

      • Time-phase changes over FYDP as required to support executability

Provide the Community Sponsor recommendations for their Human Capital Strategy


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Community Review Process

  • Establish initial working relationship with selected community sponsors and managers

    • Vision, background, data, core competencies, career paths, etc.

  • Review TFMMS Billet Base

    • Military essentiality & IGCA coding consistency across claimancies

    • Identify target billets for review

  • Review Personnel Inventories

    • Alignment of strength to authorizations

  • Assess Influencing and Executability Factors

    • Law, policy, costs, career expectations, community management issues

  • Develop Alternatives & Recommendations

    • Actionable and executable….Total Force & Human Capital perspective…

  • Conduct Decision Briefing

  • Sponsor/claimants submit program adjustments


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