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Above are some of the wonderful new employees that have joined the Marine Corps Community Services (MCCS) team.
|Human Resources News
|Peoplesoft Down Time (10 Jul 14)
The PeopleSoft HRMS system, including the Careers site, will be down on Thursday, 31 July 2014, from approximately 0500 to 0700 EDT in order to apply regulatory tax updates AND on Saturday, 2 August 2014, from approximately 0600 to 1300 EDT in order to validate our disaster recovery process in the event of a natural disaster (please note this is only a test).
|Live Webinar for Employees - Importance of a Positive Outlook (2 Jul 14)
You are invited to join Magellan's live interactive webinar on Wednesday, 9 July 2014 fron 1pm (1300) to 2pm (1400) Central Time. This webinar will focus on the importance of having a positive outlook in life. Be sure to join as space is limited so register today.
|Civilian of the Quarter Program (1 Jul 14)
To All Managers and Supervisors: We have elected to participate in the MCAS Beaufort Civilian of the Quarter Program. There will be two selections for Civilian of the Quarter, one from the Appropriated Side and one from the Nonappropriated Fund Side. The award is open to all nonappropriated fund employees including managers and supervisors. The selected employee will receive $500.00 and two days off (TA). Your submissions need to be addressed to the Labor/Management Committee and sent to the MCCS Human Resource Director by E-mail:Click Here. Nominations can be submitted via email or on a word document. Please provide in submission nominee’s name, billet description, and narrative describing their achievements that are deserving of this recognition. Only nominations submitted to the listed mailbox will be accepted. Nominations will be accepted until COB 14 Jul 14. The Labor/Management Committee will selected the nonappropriated fund Civilian of the Quarter. Awards will be presented at the Quarterly Civilian Marine Assembly on MCAS Beaufort. It is a great opportunity to recognize your employees.
|Farewell to Sandra Black (25 Jun 14)
Sandra Black our Human Resource Specialist has elected to retire at the end of this month, after 32 years of service with Marine Corps Community Services. Her support and loyalty she has given Human Resources and our organization can never be repaid and will never be forgotten. We are richer for working with her.
Sandra first day of work was on 30 November 1981 at MCAS Beaufort. She spent approximately 10 years with the Billeting Fund and then 17 years with in our Accounting Department. In 2008 Sandra made the choice to join the Human Resource Team. I might say the right choice.
Sandra has worked at both bases, where she heard the sound of freedom and the forming of Marines. Her dedication and professionalism over the years has been inspiring and HR has been blessed to know her. We wish her all the happiness that she truly deserves and bid farewell to a dear friend to all.
|Interviews Scheduled For This Week (23 Jun 14)
Wednesday, 25 June 2014 - Marine Expeditionary Forces (MEF) Prevention Specialist – 6 applicants to be interviewed.
|VERA and VSIP Update (20 Jun 14)
The results of the recent employee survey have been reviewed by MR. A study is underway looking at the possibility of increasing the severance pay/VSIP calculations. The study is projected to take several months. Will provide updates as received.
|What is a Reassignment? (19 Jun 14)
A reassignment is a permanent change of position. The employee is reassigned from one position to another at the same grade. Employee will sign a copy of the new position description and the action will be entered in people soft. Pay adjustment will only occur if the new position is in a different tier or sub-band of the same grade.
|Reassignments Due to Budget Reductions (18 Jun 14)
Through collaborative planning we are committed to identifying and increasing efficiencies in all non-appropriated fund activities. Our Child Development Centers at Parris Island and MCAS Beaufort are operating under capacity. These facilities were designed and built to handle many more children then are presently enrolled. Therefore, the decision was made to close the oldest and smallest center (Laurel Bay Child Development Center) and offer the parents the opportunity to place their children in the CDC at MCAS Beaufort or Parris Island. Effective 28 July 2014 the Children Youth & Teen Program Assistants at the Laurel Bay Child Development Center will be reassigned to either the CDC at MCAS Beaufort or Parris Island. The administrative staff and management personnel will be reassigned to similar duties.
|Reminder - Unauthorized Uses of NAFI Owned and Leased Vehicles (13 Jun 14)
Marine Corps Order 4651.4 Change 1 mandates a 30 day suspension without pay for any willful misuse of a government vehicle by a civilian employee. Unauthorized vehicle use includes any of the following:
a. Conducting personal business or the personal use by an employee of a NAFI.
b. Transporting employees to and from their place of personal residence.
c. Traveling to and from or stopping at eating establishments, commercial retail business, or recreational facilities whether on or off the installation, unless specifically required as part of official duties, such as an MCCS supervisor inspecting the Marine Mart, or if authorized while on official travel orders.
d. Will not use intoxicants, tobacco products, a personal digital assistant (PDA) , or communication devices, such as a cell phone, Smartphone, or BlackBerry while operating the vehicle.
e. Family members or other unofficial passengers may not use or be trsnported by NAF vehicles, unless they are passengers participating in an MCCS sponsored event or activity.
Jamie Hartseil, BHB
Kayla Mendoza, BHB
Venessa Colmenares, Billeting PI
Shanay Alston, Billeting PI
Kirsten Beausoleil, Bowling Center MCAS
Mabrena Moore, CDC PI
Misty Singleton, CDC PI
Yajaira Surrett, Engraving Shop
Rickey Skanes, MCX PI
Marion Robinson, MCX PI
Tisha Young, Recruit Sales
Cynthia Pearson, School Age Care LB
Kevin Dugan, School Age Care PI
Darline Blyden-Noland, School Age Care PI
Laura Robinson, School Age Care PI
Kelly Bedoya, Traditions
Sandra Black worked for Marine Corps Community Services (MCCS) and retired with 32 years of service. The link below has photos of the Retirement ceremony at Traditions, MCRD Parris Island to celebrate this wonderful achievement.
Length of Service
Claude McElveen, Food & Hospitality
Nelli Miles, MCX MCAS
Ronald Ray, Visitor’s Center
May Murray, Traditions
Neil Avery, Warehouse PI
Georgetta Jenkins, CDC PI
Sandra McDonald, Recruit Sales
Karla Cortes, Education
Sharon Cooper, Library MCAS
Dorothy Sullivan, TLF
Barry Radeka, IT
Virginia Black, CDC MCAS