Manpower LPO Eval Statements

-As Manpower Department LPO, she directly supervised 3 Sailors that contacted 45 IAP Sailors, 6 of which received billets as Surgemain Training Candidates (STC); resulting in greater shipyard support by contributing 480 man hours.

-While on AT she was hand selected by the shop supervisor to be the nuclear tool inventory manager. She inventoried 997 tools, which resulted in saving the Navy 80 man-hours with a cost avoidance to the shipyard of $9,760.

-Managed, organized, and planned two unit seasonal parties for 44 members, a valuable part of unit's high esprit de corps. Played a key role in launching the unit's first chili cook-off, resulting in establishing the unit's Captain Cup.

-She facilitated and delivered three face-to-face trainings to 32 Sailors, which resulted in the unit reaching 100% training completion, increasing mission readiness. Instructed one STC course for three Sailors that was instrumental to one member qualifying their STC-M JQR.

-Performed mid-year course correction for two junior Sailors whose careers were trending in a negative direction. This resulted in the Chiefs Mess noticing a difference in the member s military bearing, professionalism, and quality of work




HE SPENT OVER 70 HOURS ON A FORCE REDUCTION JUSTIFICATION PRESENTATION TO CUT THE NAVELSG FTN BY 100 PEOPLE. HIS EFFORTS WILL SAVE THE NAVY OVER 3 MILLION DOLLARS AND IMPROVE THE EFFICIENT USE OF EXISTING MANPOWER.


Developed a six-month manpower tracking system that illustrated previously unknown deficiencies, increasing team continuity of care in two different departments by 50%.


As the Manpower Leading Petty Officer and Educational Services Officer, she was directly responsible for 13 Sailor advancements, indoctrinating 52 new Sailors, and providing In-rate training to enlisted in various ratings resulting in improved test scores for 90 percent of attendees. Flawlessly managed over $900,000 in pay and allowances. As the DEERS/ID security manager, she provided oversight in the process and delivery of more than 1,500 CAC cards for Joint service active duty, retired, and family, ensuring data integrity at all times.


THE SOLE MANPOWER AND STAFF YEOMAN, HE PROCESSED OVER 70 PERSONNEL MOVE REQUESTS FOR ENLISTED/OFFICER RESERVISTS WHO WEREN'T ABLE TO UTILIZE JOAPPLY OR CMS-ID. SHE HELPED DEVELOP AND IMPLEMENT A DETAILED CMS-ID PRESENTATION TO ASSISTS RESERVISTS AND COMMANDS ON WHEN AND HOW TO USE CMS-ID.


Assistant Manpower Officer, Chief Carr managed the processing of 1200 DTS authorizations, 1134 DTS vouchers, 740 travel claims, 200 pay record reviews, and processed 770 IDT periods to ensure all SELRES were in compliance with the Navy Reserve annual requirements. He flawlessly oversaw the processing of 88 mobilizing and demobilizing Sailors to provide the foundation for mission accomplishment.


FLEET MANPOWER ADVOCATE. Assisted in the planning and execution of quarterly TRIAD meetings. Brought together various T/M/S Squadron Manpower Managers, NATEC, NAVPERS, and CNATT stakeholders to manage expectations, work out innovative solutions, and mitigate training deficiencies and Navy Enlisted Classification FIT gaps. His involvement facilitated the enrollment of 51 Sailors to fill available seats.


Highly instrumental in identifying and aligning manpower requirements necessary for the stand-up of the new EA-18G Fleet Replacement Squadron. Her extensive experience in the command was key to the successful integration of the new tactical platform.


He served as the Request for Forces (RFF) Manager and completely revised the RFF master database to accurately track arrival and departure dates, relief personnel information, and Force Tracking numbers for 1,900 Joint personnel and civilians assigned to CJTF-HOA. He meticulously maintained and updated the Joint Manning Document (JMD) and Electronic Joint Staff Manpower Accountability Personnel System (EJMAPS) for 388 personnel.


She reviewed all 279 billets on the Joint Manning Document (JMD) for alignment with meeting current and future goals.

She provided sound advice to higher and maintained continual communication with the Occupational field sponsor concerning enlisted manpower shortfalls. Where junior Marines were filling senior Marine billets, his direct leadership resulted in the successful operations and development of staff noncommissioned officers. His foresight and perseverance greatly enhanced this department's readiness for accreditation.

AS NAVY RESERVE ORDER WRITING SYSTEM CLERK, HE ASSISTED IN THE DISTRIBUTION OF (DOLLAR AMOUNT) RESULTING IN (NUMBER) DAYS OF RESERVISTS SUPPORT. HIS TECHNICAL ABILITIES AS THE MOBILIZATION PETTY OFFICER RESULTED IN THE MOBILIZATION OF 35 RESERVISTS IN SUPPORT OF NOBLE EAGLE OPERATIONS AND HSC-85 GUAM, THAILAND, AND PHILIPPINES OCONUS DETACHMENTS.




PROFESSIONAL ACHIEVEMENT AS MANPOWER LEADING PETTY OFFICER, FLEET READINESS CENTER WEST, FROM APRIL 2013 TO MAY 2016. PETTY OFFICER OHANISAIN PERFORMED HIS DEMANDING DUTIES IN AN EXEMPLARY AND HIGHLY PROFESSIONAL MANNER. DEMONSTRATING EXCEPTIONAL ADMINSTRATIVE EXPERTISE, HE WAS HEAVILY RELIED UPON IN MANAGING THE INDUCTION AND TRANSITIONS OF MORE THAN 1500 SAILORS. HIS KEEN ATTENTION TO DETAIL AND DEDICATION IMPROVED AND STREAMLINED THE COMMAND INDOCTRINATION PROCESS, GIVING NEW PERSONNEL THE BEST CHANCE FOR CAREER SUCCESS. ADDITIONALLY, HIS LEADERSHIP SKILLS AS MWR ASSOCIATE WERE INSTRUMENTAL IN THE RAISING OF MORE THAN $30,000 FOR THE COMMAND MWR FUND. BY HIS EXCEPTIONAL ABILITY, PERSONAL INITIATIVE AND TOTAL DEDICATION TO DUTY, PETTY OFFICER OHANISAIN REFLECTED GREAT CREDIT UPON HIMSELF AND UPHELD THE HIGHEST TRADITIONS OF THE UNITED STATES NAVAL SERVICE.

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