Analysis of Competencies for Civilian Leadership Positions of Commander, Naval Installations Command (CNIC) Headquarters
Wood, Frank R. "Chip"
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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: Commander, Naval Installations Command (CNIC) is in the process of developing a comprehensive strategy to attract, develop, and sustain a motivated and diverse civilian workforce to meet current and future operational requirements. CNIC has hired a contractor, Concurrent Technologies Corporation (CTC), to review the workforce development of the entire organization. This capstone project focuses on the Headquarters Deputy N-Code positions in order to identify which of these positions would require additional continuity planning and to identify the critical skills and training needed for these positions. The data gathered revealed several significant observations with respect to the Deputy positions: All Deputy positions require additional continuity planning with the exception of the N4B and N8B positions, which already have well defined requirements. Education: Bachelors Degree required, Masters would be beneficial. Professional Training: Formal Budget Training (PPBE) required. Experience: Most felt that Regional or Installation level CNIC experience was required prior to taking the Deputy position. During our review and discussions with the N8 personnel, we were provided a copy of their “Professional Development Guide” which is a thoroughly detailed training plan for all levels. Our team concludes that this training plan, combined with the competencies we have identified, could be modified to serve as a framework for the workforce development efforts of the Deputy level positions at CNIC Headquarters.
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