The Human Resources Community (120X) is one of the Department of the Navy’s most strategic and critical assets in the provision of manpower, personnel, training, and education (MPTE) expertise in support of DoN mission accomplishment. It has been charged with “delivering HR expertise to define, recruit, develop, assign, and retain a highly-skilled workforce for the Navy Total Force mission.”
The Active Component HR designator 1200 was established in October 2001 to respond to the growing demands for specialized skills in human resource strategy and analysis. Total Force integration required harnessing expertise from all components--active, reserve, civilian, and contractor. In February 2007, the Reserve Component HR designators 1205/1207 were established. For further information about the Reserve Component HR designators 1205/1207 please contact the Reserve HR Officer Community Managers.
HR Commissioning Program
Program Authorization (PA) 109 has been approved for the Active Duty HR Community, listed below under Prospective HR Information. This opens a pathway to a commission in the Active Component (AC) Human Resource Officer community for active-duty enlisted personnel who meet eligibility criteria.
The HR ISPP PA-109 revision has been signed into effect, please verify that you are eligible for the program based on the new requirements. No waivers are authorized.
FY24 PROREC Board timeline:
Application submissions window: August 7th - September 29th, 2023
NRC conducts eligibility checks: October 2nd - December 15th, 2023
HR Interview appraisal window: January 8th - February 9th, 2024 (OCM will coordinate scheduling)
PROREC Board Preps: February 19-23rd, 2024
PROREC Board: March 4-8th, 2024
For TAR personnel interested in HR, please visit the TAR In-Service Procurement website.
For the HR Active (1200) Component, there are three distinct career tracks that are aligned to the MyNavy HR lines of effort. The three HR career tracks provide formal career paths to deliberately develop HR Officers with distinct HR competency expertise.
Force Development (FD): Talent Acquisition and Accessions, Initial, and Fleet Training
Force Management (FM): Career Management, Service Delivery, Pay & Personnel Management, N1/J1
Force Requirements and Resourcing (FR2): Operations Analysis, Financial Management, Requirements, Business Optimization, Enterprise Support
Expertise is gained by attaining advanced education as well as through a series of leadership and staff tours in the three HR career tracks. A complete list of HR billets, duty stations, and the associated core competencies can be found in the HR Billet List on the HR Detailer website.
For further information, please contact the HR Officer Community Manager.
Career Track/Career Development CT/CD worksheet
HR Officers will be contacted by the PERS-44 detailing shop and provided their CT/CD worksheet to complete. Those 1200 HR Officers ready to be assigned a HR Career Track should review the current business rules and contact their HR Detailer to obtain a worksheet and have their record updated.
Prospective HR Information
Active Duty Lateral Transfer/Redesignation
HR Beacon 23-02 FY24 Indef Recall Opportunity
PA-109 HR In-Service Procurement Program
HR Promotion Information
FY24-FY26 Promotion Zone Projections
HR Promotion Planning Brief
Career Track Information
Career Track/Career Development Business Rules
HR Beacon 20-02 2025 HR Strategic Plan
HR Beacon 20-03 HR AC Career Tracks
HR Beacon 21-03 HR AC Career Track Rollout
HR Career Track PQS
Force Development Career Track Lead: CAPT Dave Webber
Force Management Career Track Lead: CAPT Steve Friloux
Force Requirements and Resourcing Career Track Lead: CAPT Christy Sibley
HR Career Track PQS Qualifiers
HR Community Health Brief
HR Officer Command Leadership Sea and Milestone Billets
AC/RC HR FY24 INDEF Recall Opportunity
INDEF Recall Application Template
SELRES HR DCO Information
SELRES HR Program Authorization (PA) 230