Aircraft Control and Warning Radar Career Ladder, AFSCs 30332, 30352, 30372, and 30393.
Occupational survey rept.
AIR FORCE OCCUPATIONAL MEASUREMENT CENTER RANDOLPH AFB TX
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The Aircraft Control and Warning Radar career ladder job inventory was administered during the period October 1977 through February 1978. Survey results are based on responses from 1,732 of the 2,526 personnel assigned in the 303X293 career ladder. This represents 69 percent of all career ladder members. Two major job clusters were identified, and five smaller independent job type groups were identified within the career ladder. The two major job clusters were the Supervisors and Managers and the Radar Repairmen. The five remaining job type groups were Quality Controllers, Planners and Schedulers, Radar Evaluators, Job Controllers, and Instructors. In general, the ladder was fairly homogeneous, with the largest differences based on the proportion of management and supervision tasks performed the proportion of time in maintenance management tasks and the porportion of radar repair tasks performed by ADCOM or TACPACAFUSAF Repairmen. Generally, jobs performed by 5-skill level personnel were technical in nature with heavy emphasis on radar repair related tasks either in ADCOM or TACPACAFUSAFE. Seven-skill level respondents spent more than one-half of their time in Supervisory and Managerial and in Maintenance Control and Record Keeping. Nine-skill level incumbents were primarily managers with very few technical task requirements.
- Personnel Management and Labor Relations