Instrumentation Career Ladder AFSC 316X3
Occupational survey rept.
AIR FORCE OCCUPATIONAL MEASUREMENT SQUADRON RANDOLPH AFB TX
Pagination or Media Count:
This is a report of an occupational survey of the Instrumentation AFSC 316X3 career ladder completed by the USAF Occupational Measurement Squadron in December 1990. The present study was initiated to provide information needed for appropriate agencies to evaluate training for the career ladder. The AFR 39-1 Specialty Descriptions state that 3- and 5-skill level AFSC 316X3 personnel assemble, install, and operate instrumentation and telemetry equipment repair, overhaul, and maintain instrumentation packages and test and modify instrument components. Seven-skill level members perform the same technical tasks as 3- and 5-skill level members, but have additional malfunction analysis, supervisory, and quality control responsibilities. Nine-skill level and CEM members manage the career ladder by planning and organizing instrumentation activities, directing test vehicle and ground support activities, inspecting and evaluating instrumentation activities, and providing technical guidance.
- Personnel Management and Labor Relations