Marine Corps Installations Command - Pacific

Civilian Human Resources Office
Okinawa, Japan

           

Under Construction

Customer Service Hours

Monday to Thursday:  (0730 - 1200), (1300 - 1530)

Friday:  (1300 - 1530)

Your Responsibilities: Your First Day (Onboarding Phase 2)

"Entrance on Duty (EOD) refers to the automated utilization and distribution of information required as part of the new employee hiring process. An EOD system automates the initial employment information and is a component of the greater employee hiring process. The hiring process also includes new employee socialization, orientation, and training. A comprehensive EOD solution leverages system interoperability and workflow to include all of the necessary steps between applicant selection and reporting for duty."

- Office of Personnel Management (OPM)

Phase Two of the Onboarding process focuses on reporting for dugy: the day of your transition into your new position. There are a number of specific steps that you will need to take ahead of time to ensure that your transition will be an easy one. Your Entrance on Duty (EOD) day will include signing you in to the building, introducing you to your Onboarding Sponsor, providing you with a formal introduction to the organization, administering the Oath of Office to you, giving you a tour of your office facilities, introducing you to your co-workers, setting you up in your new workspace, and providing you with an opportunity to meet with your new Supervisor.
Reporting for Duty

The night before your first day is the crucial time to prepare items of necessity.
◾Prepare yourself for the unexpected like your alarm not going off, accidentally sleeping in, or your vehicle not starting.
◾Know in advance where you are going and how you will get there.
◾Pick out the clothes that you will wear, Have them cleaned, ironed, and ready to throw on, and have them laid out.

When reporting for duty, you should try to arrive early, as this usually will make the whole day better. Be cheerful and friendly with people that you meet. Be yourself and be comfortable with who you are, as this is the best route to go to make friends at work.
◾You will not be able to report without proof of citizenship; therefore, you must bring a government-issued picture ID, proof of employment eligibility, and proof of military service (consult the list to your right).
◾Call your contact person (usually your onboarding Sponsor) upon arrival at your facility, as you may need to be escorted through security. Your Sponsor will welcome you and lead you to the training room where your orientation will take place.

● Please be sure to click on "Phase 2: Your First Day" from the menu to your right to learn about the items in the checklist below.

Documentation Required for EOD

A Picture ID (Government-issued)
Proof ofEmployment Eligibility  (one of the following) ◾Social Security Card
◾US Passport (current or expired)
◾Certificate of US Citizenship (CIS Form N-550 or N-561)
◾Certificate of Naturalization (CIS Form N-550 or N-570)
◾Certificate of Birth Abroad (FS-545 or DS-1350)
◾Original or certified copy of Birth Certificate

Certificate of Release or Discharge from Active Duty (DD-214) [Retired Military Only]