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Primary Factors Considered by Selection Boards
Requests   should   be   for   a   rating   that   is undermanned,  Career  Reenlistment  Objectives (CREO)  Category  1,  as  defined  in  the  most  current CREO  NAVADMIN  message.     Requests  from members serving in a rating that is undermanned, or who  possess  specialty  skills  or  Navy  Enlisted Classifications  (NECs)  that  are  in  short  supply,  will only be considered when unique circumstances exist. Commanding  officers  have  the  authority  to laterally  change  apprenticeships  in  paygrades  E-1, E-2, and E-3 within the Seaman, Fireman, and Airman apprenticeships.    For  example,  they  could  allow  a person to change from Seaman to Airman or Fireman to Seaman.   The commanding officer may authorize such changes only under the following conditions:    The member requests a change.    A   greater   need   exists   in   the   requested apprenticeship.    A valid billet exists within the command.    The  member  is  fully  qualified  for  the  new apprenticeship. All other administrative changes in rate or rating are authorized in one of the following ways: 1.   Under  special  conversion  programs  (such  as SCORE), through formal schools. 2.   By the Chief of Naval Personnel (PERS-815), through   a   person’s   direct   conversion   or successful competition in a Navy advancement exam cycle or by in-service training. A person who applies for a change in rating must meet the following requirements:    Be a PO1 or below.    Have less than 12 years of active naval service.    Request  a  rating  and  paygrade  that  needs additional  personnel  and  appears  on  the  open rating/skills list.    Must have served a minimum of 24 months in the present  rating  before  becoming  eligible  for conversion to another rating.   This requirement will  be  waived  for  those  first  term  personnel unable  to  receive  an  Enlisted  Navy  Career Options  for  Reenlistment  (ENCORE)  program quota in their present rating.    Satisfy all eligibility requirements for the rating requested  as  defined  in  the  Advancement Manual.    Meet the minimum Armed Services Vocational Aptitude  Battery  (ASVAB)  scores  required  for entry into the school for the rating requested.    Have no non-judicial punishment or convictions in  civilian  or  military  courts  for  the  past  18 months.    Be recommended by the commanding officer. Q6.   Commanding  officers  have  the  authority  to laterally  change  the  apprenticeships  of personnel in what paygrades? SELECTION BOARD ADVANCEMENTS A board meets in March to select MCPOs and then continues to select SCPOs.  A separate board meets in June to select new CPOs.  At those times, the selection board receives the records of candidates who have met all of the requirements for advancement and have been designated SELECTION BOARD ELIGIBLE (SBE). The selection board then selects those candidates who are the most qualified for advancement to CPO, SCPO, and MCPO. The  ESO  should  be  familiar  with  the  selection process  and  should  be  able  to  answer  the  questions candidates  ask. For  example,  candidates  may  ask: Why  wasn’t  I  selected?  What  are  they  looking  for? What  does  it  take  to  be  advanced?  or  How  can  I improve  my  chances  of  being  selected? The  ESO should  guide  candidates  in  their  efforts  to  make themselves SELECTION BOARD ELIGIBLE and to improve their opportunities for selection. Candidates  who  are  selected  can  be  justifiably proud.  At the same time, those not selected should not be discouraged.   Candidates should be encouraged to continue  to  improve  their  selection  chances  by determining their weakest traits and improving them. The  difference  between  being  selected  or  not  being selected  could  be  the  result  of  that  extra  course  the selectee  completed. It  could  also  be  the  result  of qualifying  as  an  enlisted  specialist  in  aviation, submarines, or surface warfare.  The selection board is responsible for selecting the well-rounded person, not the  person  who  concentrates  on  one  singular  area  of expertise. Composition of the E-7 and the E-8/9 Selection Boards Each  selection  board  consists  of  a  captain,  who serves  as  president,  a  junior  officer,  who  serves  as recorder, and officers and master chief petty officers, 5-7

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