Station Commander Job Analysis and Preliminary Test Validation Results
Final rept. May 2001-Jan 2005
PERSONNEL DECISIONS RESEARCH INST INC TAMPA FL
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This report describes the important performance requirements of the Army recruiting station commander job and reviews the personal characteristics likely to predict station commander performance. This report identifies the knowledge, skills, abilities KSAs and other characteristics likely to be related to station commander performance the performance requirements of the Army station commander job and measures that may predict these performance requirements. Next, the report documents how measures of station commander performance, both at the individual and station level, were developed and combined into a composite criterion measure. Finally, the report describes preliminary validation research used to identify relationships among these KSAs and station commander performance measures. Two measures of station commander performance were developed the Station Commander Performance Rating Scales and the Station Mission Achievement Index. These two measures were used as criteria in a preliminary validation effort to predict station commander performance using personality, biodata, and other measures. This report describes the results of this effort and provides recommendations based on this preliminary validation work.
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