Guide to the Evaluation of Educational Experiences in the Armed Services

Occupation Exhibit

NER-YN-004
YEOMAN
YN3
YN2
YN1
YNC
YNCS
YNCM

Exhibit Dates: 6/10--6/20.

Career Pattern
SN: Seaman (E-3). YN3: Yeoman, Third Class (E-4). YN2: Yeoman, Second Class (E-5). YN1: Yeoman, First Class (E-6). YNC: Chief Yeoman (E-7). YNCS: Senior Chief Yeoman (E-8). YNCM: Master Chief Yeoman (E-9).

Description
Summary: Performs clerical and personnel security and general administrative duties, including typing and filing; prepare and route correspondence and reports; maintain records, publications, and service records; counsel office personnel on administrative support for shipboard legal proceedings and maintain shipboard legal files; conduct reporting/detaching and required retention related interviews; prepare and maintain personnel security documents and perform other related functions; and serve as office managers. YN3: Disseminates incoming correspondence; drafts Naval messages; files administrative material and command directives case files; prepares correspondence and command muster reports; processes message traffic; counsels personnel on pay, allowances, and entitlements; distributes material to Defense Courier Service (DCS) stations; provides personnel assistance in completing security clearance paperwork; records disciplinary proceedings actions; inventories classified material; issues security badges; mails classified material; prepares classified for hand carry; processes security termination statement; verifies security badge system access requirements; maintains Leave Authorization Number (LAN) logs; prepares documents for personnel receipts; requests authorization for travel; services record entries; processes Single Scope Background Investigation (SSBI) documents; tracks classified mail; and prepares Permanent Change of Station (PCS) notification documents. YN2: Able to perform the duties required for YN3; maintains reports control systems; manages forms control programs; assists personnel with Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI) access ineligibility appeals; conducts Emergency Action Plan (EAP) training; implements physical security programs and security awareness programs; investigates security violations; updates Emergency Action Plans(EAP); manages command fitness report and evaluation programs; processes pay documents; reviews liquidation forms; verifies passengers reservation requests, receipts and transfer documents; manages form control programs; implements physical security and awareness programs; investigates security violations; processes area clearance requests; updates Emergency Action Plans (EAP); drafts clearance certifications, inadvertent disclosure oaths, and Security Access Eligibility Reports (SAER); manages command fitness report and evaluation programs; processes pay documents; updates Individual Personnel Temps (ITEMPS) records; reviews travels liquidation forms; and verifies passenger reservation requests, receipts, and transfer documents. YN1: Able to perform the duties required for YN2; drafts congressional inquiry replies; manages official mail control programs and recurring reports; prepares investigative reports and letters of reprimand or admonishment and executive speeches; implements Emergency Actions Plans (EAP); verifies classified correspondence receipt records, electronic personnel security questionnaires and security termination statements; certifies Special Duty Assignment Pay (SDAP); coordinates command ceremonies; maintains Activity Manpower Documents (AMD), travel card programs, classified material control programs, flag offices, personal administration of executive level personnel, and Temporary Additional Duty (TAD) programs; processes fitness reports and enlisted performance evaluations; verifies service record entries; manages Temporary Additional Duty Target (TADTAR) funding budgets; monitors Defense Travel System (DTS) programs; drafts congressional inquiry replies; manages official mail control programs; prepares investigative reports and letters of reprimand or admonishment; verifies classified correspondence receipt records, electronic personnel security questionnaires, and security termination statements; certifies Special Duty Assignment Pay (SDAP); manages classified material control programs, Defense Courier Service (DCS) Authorization Record (Form 10) programs and personal administration of executive level personnel; and processes fitness reports and enlisted performance evaluations. YNC: Able to perform the duties required for YN1; verifies administrative letter and documents; conducts security briefings; coordinates personnel access issues with external agencies and to resolve site physical security issues; executes Emergency Action Plans (EAP); verifies personnel security investigation requests, command muster reports, and enlisted advancement worksheets; monitors travel card programs; compiles command history inputs; verifies personnel security investigation requests; processes Navy-wide examination answer sheets; releases Naval messages; verifies administrative discharge correspondence; plans, directs, organizes, schedules, and evaluates training programs for personnel; prepares and review naval correspondence, instructions, and messages; reviews and coordinates work schedules; prioritize overall department work; coordinates and evaluates status and impact of department work; reviews, recommends, and monitors divisional programs (quality assurance, training, safety, etc); provides feedback on job performance; identifies and mediate inter-departmental differences, and assists, reviews, recommends, and monitors the implementation of policy statements, operation orders, and directives. YNCS: Able to perform the duties required for YNC; plans, directs, organizes, schedules, and evaluates training programs for personnel; prepares and reviews naval correspondence, instructions, and messages; reviews and coordinates work schedules; prioritizes overall department work; coordinates and evaluates status and impact of department work; reviews, recommends, and monitors divisional programs (quality assurance, training, safety, etc); provides feedback on job performance; identifies and mediates inter-departmental differences, and assists, reviews, recommends, and monitors the implementation of policy statements, operation orders, and directives. YNCM: Able to perform the duties required for YNCS; plans, directs, organizes, schedule, and evaluates training programs for personnel; prepares and reviews naval correspondence, instructions, and messages; reviews and coordinates work schedules; prioritizes overall department work; coordinates and evaluates status and impact of department work; reviews, recommends, and monitors divisional programs (quality assurance, training, safety, etc); provides feedback on job performance; identifies and mediates inter-departmental differences, and assists, reviews, recommends, and monitors the implementation of policy statements, operation orders, and directives.

Related Competencies
Computer applications topics include basic computer skills, data management, file management, MS Access, MS Excel, MS Outlook, MS PowerPoint, MS Word, and records management. Communications topics include briefing, oral communications, presentation skills, report writing, and reports. Office administration topics include administrative procedures, mail processing, telephone skills, time management, and travel and meeting arrangements. Supervision topics include appraisal, interpersonal communications, inventory control, personnel evaluation, scheduling, and training and development. Management topics include budget administration, controlling, leading, organizing, planning, policies and procedures, public relations, and scheduling. Leadership topics include conflict resolution, human resource utilization, mentoring, motivation and morale, on-the-job training, oral and written communications, situational leadership, team building, and training.

Recommendation, YN3
In the lower-division baccalaureate/associate degree category, 3 semester hours in computer applications, 3 in communications and 3 in office administration (6/10)(6/10).

Recommendation, YN2
In the lower-division baccalaureate/associate degree category, 3 semester hours in computer applications, 3 in communications and 3 in office administration (6/10)(6/10).

Recommendation, YN1
In the lower-division baccalaureate/associate degree category, 3 semester hours in computer applications, 3 in communications, 3 in supervision and 3 in office administration (6/10)(6/10).

Recommendation, YNC
In the lower-division baccalaureate/associate degree category, 3 semester hours in computer applications, 3 in communications, 3 in supervision and 3 in office administration. In the upper-division baccalaureate degree category, 3 semester hours in management and 3 in leadership (6/10)(6/10).

Recommendation, YNCS
In the lower-division baccalaureate/associate degree category, 3 semester hours in computer applications, 3 in communications, 3 in supervision and 3 in office administration. In the upper-division baccalaureate degree category, 3 semester hours in management and 3 in leadership (6/10)(6/10).

Recommendation, YNCM
In the lower-division baccalaureate/associate degree category, 3 semester hours in computer applications, 3 in communications, 3 in supervision and 3 in office administration. In the upper-division baccalaureate degree category, 3 semester hours in management and 3 in leadership (6/10)(6/10).

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