FY-19(AY-19/20) JUNIOR PERMANENT MILITARY PROFESSOR SELECTION BOARD:
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NARR/REF A IS OPNAVINST 1520.40B, PERMANENT MILITARY PROFESSOR PROGRAM.
REF B IS OPNAVINST 1520.23C (CH-1), GRADUATE EDUCATION.//
RMKS/1. Pursuant to references (a) and (b) this NAVADMIN announces the
Junior Permanent Military Professor (JPMP) Board for November 2018. The JPMP
Program seeks active-duty, unrestricted line or Information Warfare Community
officers, selected for or serving in the permanent grade of lieutenant
commander (LCDR) (O-4), preferably with teaching experience, to join the
faculty at the United States Naval Academy (USNA). Warfare-qualified 120X,
144X, 146X, 15XX, 1710, and 510X applicants may also be considered in
addition to the designators listed in reference (a). Selection for
assignment to the JPMP program is made by an institutional screening panel.
2. In addition to the eligibility requirements specified in reference (a),
the following apply:
a. Officers must be available to report to USNA no later than
31 July 2019.
b. Paygrade requirements may not be waived. Officers who failed to
select to commander (O-5) two or more times are not eligible to apply.
Officers already selected to O-5 are not eligible. Officers selected to O-5
during the FY-20 promotion cycle will no longer be eligible.
3. Officers must have a relevant masters degree to serve as JPMPs.
For those applicants who do not have a relevant masters degree at the time of
application, the JPMP program will send a limited number to the Naval
Postgraduate School for relevant science, technology, engineering and
mathematics disciplines or to a USNA-approved civilian institution in the
Baltimore, MD or Washington, DC area for approximately 24 months of graduate
education. Attendance at a civilian institution is subject to length and
academic suitability of degree program and available funding from USNA.
Graduate education will be directly followed by a teaching assignment to USNA
as JPMP until statutory retirement or selection to O-5.
4. Officer community managers (OCM) will identify year groups (YG) eligible
within designators from which a limited number of applicants may be selected.
OCMs will also review all applicant records to ensure compliance with
a. All applicants should seek a written endorsement from their OCM to be
included with the application package.
b. YG and designator waivers will be considered on a case-by- case basis
and will be adjudicated by the Deputy Chief of Naval Operations (Manpower,
Personnel, Training & Education) (OPNAV N1).
5. The Nuclear Propulsion Program Manager (OPNAV N133) must release nuclear-
trained submarine and surface officers prior to consideration by the board.
a. Submarine warfare officers must have completed a department head tour
or be senior to those currently assigned as department heads.
b. Surface warfare officers (Nuclear) must have completed a tour in a
LCDR-grade nuclear billet aboard a nuclear-powered ship or be senior to those
currently assigned as department heads.
c. All nuclear-trained applicants should seek written endorsement from
their OCM to be included with the application package.
6. The FY-19 JPMP Selection Board may select up to 10 applicants at USNA
from the following fields:
a. Aerospace Engineering
b. Electrical or Computer Engineering
c. Mechanical or Nuclear Engineering
d. Naval Architecture or Ocean Engineering
e. Control Systems or Robotics Engineering
g. Computer Science
h. Mathematics, Statistics, or Operations Research
l. Foreign Language (French, Russian, or Chinese)
n. Political Science
o. Leadership (ethics, classical philosophy, psychology, or
7. Applicants must review references (a) and (b) for additional information
on the JPMP program. In addition to JPMP application template in reference
(a), an official photo, Performance Summary Record, Officer Summary Record,
and copies of the last five fitness reports must be included in the
application package. Also, for information regarding available disciplines
and graduate schools, visit the USNA JPMP website located at
Opportunities.php (case sensitive).
8. The application deadline is 14 September 2018. Send scanned applications
via encrypted e-mail to PERS- firstname.lastname@example.org, or mail to the
Navy Personnel Command
5720 Integrity Drive
Millington, TN 38055
9. For the plan of the day/week, the following draft note:
The Navy is seeking warfare-qualified, post-department head Lieutenant
Commanders to join the faculty of the United States Naval Academy (USNA) as
Junior Permanent Military Professors (JPMP).
Successful applicants will have demonstrated sustained superior performance
in their current designators. Though not required, those with successful
teaching experience will be viewed favorably during the selection process.
Officers selected will provide full- time instructional support and serve as
uniformed role models and mentors for USNA Midshipmen. The deadline for
applications is 14 September 2018. Selected officers must report to USNA no
later than 31 July 2019.
10. Point of contact is LCDR Kevin Yost, PERS-443B, at (901) 874- 3996/DSN
882 or at email@example.com.
11. This NAVADMIN will remain in effect until superseded or canceled,
whichever occurs first.
12. Released by Vice Admiral R. P. Burke, N1.//