1 edition of Junior Surface Warfare Officer retention found in the catalog.
by Naval Postgraduate School, Available from National Technical Information Service in Monterey, Calif, Springfield, Va
Written in English
The purpose of this thesis is to identify factors that lead to resignation of Junior Surface Warfare Officers (SWO) and to develop an hedonic model of junior SWO turnover. The first source of data was a survey of active- duty, junior SWOs currently serving aboard ships. The second source of data was a survey of 0-3 SWOs who are currently drilling in the Naval Reserves. Results of the two surveys were compared to identify differing levels of satisfaction with the active-duty Navy. The reservists also compared their satisfaction between the active-duty Navy and their current civilian employment Civilian salary levels were obtained from the reservists and their spouses to determine the pay differential between the Navy and civilian jobs for former junior SWOs. A regression model found three factors to have significant power in explaining civilian pay: years since leaving active duty, employment status, and comparative work stress between civilian employment and the active-duty Navy. SWOs with full-time employment who experienced the greatest reductions in pay also experienced the greatest reduction in work Stress. Junior SWOs experienced, on average, a 20 percent pay cut after leaving active duty. Pay returned to its pre-departure level in 2 to three years.
|Statement||Robert B. du Mont, III|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 123 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||123|
Junior, majoring in ChemE, seeking to become a surface warfare officer upon graduation from college. ChemE GPA: Joining the Navy because I want to: travel the world and get REAL leadership experience to be a rock (Dating, Fatherhood, Friendship, Marriage, Relationships & Family) Becoming an SWO because I want to lead and manage a group of. Unless they have already been commissioned through the Naval Academy or ROTC, those pursuing a Surface Warfare Officer position are required to attend Officer Candidate School (OCS) in Newport, R.I. Newly commissioned SWOs can expect an advanced training process that includes comprehensive training at sea and ashore. Newly commissioned Surface Warfare Officers will be assigned to a surface.
The surface warfare officer badge is typically a prerequisite for tactical action officer (TAO) training. Junior officers, typically Ensigns, assigned to the surface warfare community are known as "unqualified" or "non-quals" until they receive qualification as a Surface Warfare Officer and receive the SWO pin. "Senior leaders within the U.S. Navy, with the cooperation of the Department of Defense and Congress, should take swift action through the use of targeted incentives and policy changes to help ensure the best, brightest, and most talented Naval personnel are retained for continued naval service and to ensure the 'wholeness' of Navy Manpower.".
MILLINGTON, Tenn. (NNS) -- The Surface Warfare Officer Department Head Retention Bonus (SWO DHRB) has been released for eligible active and Full Time Support (FTS) SWOs in NAVADMIN / ref c is navadmin /04 announcing navy's senior surface warfare officer critical skills retention bonus (csrb) program. rmks/1. a vital part of developing our total force strategy and maintaining combat readiness is to provide appropriate incentives to retain skilled personnel for critical surface warfare enterprise billets.
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The purpose of this thesis is to identify factors that lead to resignation of Junior Surface Warfare Officers (SWO) and to develop an hedonic model of junior SWO turnover.
The first source of data was a survey of active- duty, junior SWOs currently serving aboard : texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Junior Surface Warfare Officer retention by Du Mont, Robert B. Publication date TZ Topics National Security Internet Archive (NSIA) Additional Collections.
The surface warfare community is experiencing difficulty in meeting its retention goal of approximately junior officers (JOs) each year. Retention studies show that the goal was missed by 29 percent in FY79 and by 36 percent in FYFile Size: 1MB.
Enter the password to open this PDF file: Cancel OK. File name:. Approved for public release; distribution is unlimitedThe purpose of this thesis is to identify factors that lead to resignation of Junior Surface Warfare Officers (SWO) and to develop an hedonic model of junior SWO turnover.
The first source of data was a survey of active- duty, junior SWOs currently serving aboard : Robert B Du Mont. In short, what I endeavor to do here is to clearly identify the thoughts of new ensigns about to enter the surface fleet in an effort to provide a little-heard perspective—and hopefully contribute in a small way to ajunior-officer retention in the surface warfare community was 32 percen.
Listen to the J.O.'s: Why Retention Is a Problem By Rear Admiral John T. Natter, U.S. Naval Reserve (Retired), Lieutenant Alan Lopez and Lieutenant Doyle K. Hodges, U.S. Navy October SAN DIEGO – Commander Naval Surface Forces launched the Surface Warfare Officer (SWO) Pro Book, a comprehensive web-based proficiency management system designed to help document and track important elements of SWO training and qualification at a ceremony, May 20 at Naval Surface Force, U.S.
Pacific Fleet (SURFPAC) headquarters. PERS is now accepting applications for the new Department Head Retention Bonus (DHRB).
For those in YG12 and junior, DHRB will pay up to $, for those Officers who screen first look for Department Head and sign a contract before the next year’s Department Head Screening board. Junior officer dissatisfaction has less to do with our personnel system failing to put them in a better job and more to do with a crisis of bureaucratic dysfunction Author: Tim Mathews.
The purpose of this study is to document long-term retention behavior in the Surface Warfare Officer (SWO) community from data available in personnel files. The particular focus of the study is to better understand the problem of low female SWO retention and to identify retention patternsFile Size: KB.
A Statistical Analysis of Retention In The Surface Warfare Community [Jonathan C. Duffy] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This is a NAVAL POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL MONTEREY CA report procured by the Pentagon and made available for public release.
It has been reproduced in the best form available to the Pentagon. It is not spiral-bound. F Surface Warfare Officer (SWO) Engineering SURFACE WARFARE OFFICERS SCHOOL NEWPORT, RI 09/23/ F Surface Warfare Officer (Warfare/CICWO/OOD(U/W) SURFACE WARFARE OFFICERS SCHOOL NEWPORT, RI 05/01/ A Seabee Combat Warfare Officer (SCW)NCF Officer CENTER FOR SEABEES AND FACILITIES ENGINEERING PORT HUENEME, File Size: KB.
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Atlantic Fleet U.S. Naval U.S. REF D IS DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT REGULATIONVOLUME 7A, CHAPTER 2, REPAYMENT OF UNEARNED PORTION OF BONUSES AND OTHER BENEFITS.// RMKS/1.
This NAVADMIN announces the Surface Warfare Officer Department Head Retention Bonus (SWO DHRB) for eligible SWOs. Upon the commissioning date, the SWO must have a minimum of 4 years of active duty service plus 4 years inactive available on the commitment.
A Surface Warfare Officer must have correctable 20/20 vision although waivers are considered Author: Rod Powers. The FY 12 program eliminates the Senior CSRB for previously designated O5 and O6 billets and combines of the Surface Warfare Officer (SWO) Critical Skills Retention Bonus (CSRB) and Surface Warfare Officer Continuation Pay (SWOCP) programs into the Revised Junior CSRB Program.
The lieutenant commander SWO CSRB remains unchanged. An analysis of the effect of Surface Warfare Officer Continuation Pay (SWOCP) on the retention of quality officers by Jennifer L. Lorio | Jan 1, Paperback. q surface warfare junior officer retention: background and first sea tour factors as predictors of continuance beyond obligated service-ii approved for public release; distribution unlimited •- dtic;r electe feb 10 navy personnel research and development center san diego, califomi as os, oo $Author: Thomas M Cook, Robert P Morrison.
A comprehensive test of seamanship skills of junior surface warfare officers found an alarming lack of basic navigation and ship handling knowledge, according to a message sent from the head of U.S. Navy surface forces and obtained by USNI News. The Navy Surface Warfare Officer (SWO) community provides a vital, sophisticated capability to address increasingly dynamic and unpredictable threats around the world.
Effective performance in the SWO community requires a somewhat unique set of skills and capabilities, which center on life and work aboard ships at sea.INTERNATIONAL SURFACE WARFARE DIVISION OFFICER.
SPECIALTY OFFICER. MASL P Duration: 16 weeks ECL 70 Officer O-1 to O MASL P 2 classes per year (Apr & Aug) Prepares junior officers to execute watch station duties aboard surface warfare craft and ships by providing fleet oriented training.
Highlights shipboard organization, basic. In the aftermath of two fatal destroyer collisions inthe Navy set up a pilot Junior Officer of the Deck course at the Surface Warfare Officer Schools (SWOS) Command in .