Programs and Work Control Career Ladder (BCE) AFSCs 55530, 55570, and 55590.
Occupational survey rept.
AIR FORCE OCCUPATIONAL MEASUREMENT CENTER RANDOLPH AFB TX
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Survey results are based on responses from 1,008 or 74 percent of the 1,356 incumbents assigned to the 555X0 specialty. Eighty-nine percent of all survey respondents were identified in nine major functional areas which realistically reflected the major jobs performed by survey respondents as directed by AFR 85-1, AFR 85-10, and Test Regulation TR 85-X. Specialized job groups and contrasting TR 85-X and non-TR 85-X groups within specific functional areas are reported. Potential problems in the Service CallCustomer Service area might exist, based upon responses to job satisfaction and related items. As skill level and time in the career field increased, respondents performed more total tasks and more supervisory tasks. Many 3-skill level respondents dominated the production control activities of IWP programming and work authorization, scheduling, and service callscustomer service while 60 percent of all 7- and 9-skill level respondents performed in inspection and analysis, planning, and supervisory functional areas.
- Personnel Management and Labor Relations