united states coast guard

27 JUN 18

UNCLAS //N01300//
ALCGRSV 031/18
A.  Command Senior Enlisted Leader Program,
    COMDTINST 1306.1 (series)
B.  Military Assignments and Authorized Absences,
    COMDTINST M1000.8 (series)
1.  This message solicits MCPOs, SCPOs, and CPOs desiring an AY19
assignment as a Gold Badge Reserve Command Master Chief (RCMC) or
Silver Badge Reserve Command Master Chief/Senior Chief/Chief
(RCMC/RCSC/RCC).  Gold and Silver Badges uphold the highest
standards and traditions of the United States Coast Guard, and these
assignments are reserved for outstanding individuals whose careers
have displayed excellence in mission execution, adherence to core
values, and a keen understanding of Coast Guard and Coast Guard
Reserve policies.
2.  Gold Badges are key to successful mission execution, maintaining
positive command environments, and must possess the communication
skills necessary to push ground truth feedback up and down the chain
of command.  These skills are critical for building and maintaining
a strong and effective command cadre as well as enhancing a positive
command climate.
3.  Silver Badges actively promote communication between unit
commanders and the enlisted workforce and are cognizant of resources
that support personnel and their families.
4.  Eligibility:  Reserve MCPOs, SCPOs, and CPOs who meet the
minimum qualifications set forth in REFs A and B are highly
encouraged to apply.  Current Gold and Silver Badges that desire to
compete in AY19 are required to submit a complete application
package.  A consecutive tour or extension is not guaranteed.
Reserve MCPOs, SCPOs, and CPOs who believe they possess the
qualities required of a Gold/Silver Badge but do not meet
eligibility requirements, may still apply for AY19 Reserve
Gold/Silver Badge assignment opportunities but must submit a waiver
request as part of the application package.  Waivers will be
considered based on needs of the Service.
5.  MCPOs, SCPOs, and CPOs who have approved retirement requests on
file, or, if applicable, not selected for continued service through
the Reserve High Year Tenure (R-HYT) are not eligible to apply.
6.  Only MCPOs, SCPOs, and CPOs who successfully screen will be
considered for AY19 Gold or Silver Badge positions, even positions
that materialize after the panel adjourns.
7.  Applications are due to PSC-RPM NLT 10 Sep 2018.
8.  All application packages will be screened by the Reserve Gold/
Silver Badge Panel, which convenes on 09 Oct 2018.  Application
package contents, CO endorsement requirements, email instructions,
waiver templates, professional resume example, and the AY19 Gold/
Silver Badge shopping lists are available on the PSC-RPM website at:
Management-PSC-RPM/RPM-2/Assignments/.  Application package
requirements for the Reserve Gold and Silver Badge programs are
identical, and members do not need to submit more than one package
if applying for both programs.  Members will communicate their
preference for Reserve Gold and/or Silver Badge positions via their
e-Resume following the results of the screening panel.
9.  E-Resume deadlines will be announced following the release of
the Reserve Gold/Silver Badge Panel results.
10.  POC INFO:
     a.  MCPO-CGR is the Program Manager. Reserve POC is: MCPO George
Williamson, MCPOCGR, (202) 475-4530 or
     b.  Reserve Gold/Silver Badge Assignment Manager, LT Tracy
LaCorte, (202) 795-6529 or
     c.  Reserve Gold/Silver Badge Assignment Officer, YNCM Andray
James, (202) 795-6531 or
11.  CAPT Michael Wampler, Chief, CG PSC-RPM, sends.
12.  Internet release authorized.