Accession Number:

ADA094499

Title:

Telecommunications Systems Career Ladder, AFSC 307XO.

Descriptive Note:

Occupational survey rept.

Corporate Author:

AIR FORCE OCCUPATIONAL MEASUREMENT CENTER RANDOLPH AFB TX

Personal Author(s):

Report Date:

1981-01-01

Pagination or Media Count:

175.0

Abstract:

Inventory booklets were administered to Telecommunications Systems Control AFSC 307XO personnel worldwide. Survey results are based on the responses from 1,289 AFS 307XO incumbents 86 percent of assigned. A majority of the incumbents surveyed were assigned to AFCC. DAFSC 307XO personnel were found to be performing a wide variety of jobs. These jobs can be loosely grouped together into two functional areas 1 Circuit Monitoring and Analysis and 2 Supervision, Training, and Administration. Personnel in the Circuit Monitoring and Analysis functional are make up approximately 69 percent of the total sample. Navigational Aids Communication Management Office NCMO Personnel and Circuit Analysis NCOs, perform a narrow job and have very low job satisfaction indicators. Technical telecommunications tasks, such as performing circuit monitoring and analysis and maintaining telecommunications services, are indicative of 3073050 personnel. Seven-skill level personnel are supervisors-technicians, spending approximately half of their job time on technical telecommunications tasks, and the remainder on supervisory tasks. DAFSC 30790 and CEM Code 30700 personnel are the supervisors and managers of the career ladder. These incumbents tasks, and spend very little time performing technical telecommunications tasks.

Subject Categories:

  • Humanities and History
  • Non-Radio Communications

Distribution Statement:

APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE