1 edition of Military classifications in terms of civilian occupations found in the catalog.
Military classifications in terms of civilian occupations
Written in English
|LC Classifications||UB357 .E83|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| l., 3-639 p.|
|Number of Pages||639|
|LC Control Number||48000024|
The Military Guide is the sole source of information for all military courses and occupations evaluated by the American Council on Education (ACE) from to present. The Military Guide presents credit recommendations and detailed summaries for formal courses and occupations offered by all branches of the military. Military Occupations Related Civilian Jobs () [email protected] @CareerEdgeOrg @CareerEdgeOrg Career Edge Organization • Cyber Security Specialist • Policy Development Associate • Project Manager • .
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• A single asterisk (*) in this handbook indicates a published position classification standard or job grading standard exists for that series. Two asterisks (**) indicate a flysheet exists for that series. Three asterisks (***) indicate a published job family position classification standard exists for that series.
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Specific occupations found in the military services that have identifiable civilian job counterparts are classified according to the industrial designations of the appropriate civilian equivalent.
AEROSPACE PHYSIOLOGICAL TECHNICIAN AIRBORNE SENSOR SPECIALIST AIRCRAFT LAUNCH AND RECOVERY TECHNICIAN Use the translator tool below to convert your MOS/AFSC/Ratings code to a civilian occupation. Upon searching, you will be presented with a list of civilian occupation titles that match your military skill set.
From the results list, you can easily search in our abundant military friendly jobs database for jobs that match the civilian. Military Occupational Classification and Structure This new Department of the Army pamphlet--o Consolidates ARARand AR o Changes proponent agency references from the Deputy Chief of Staff for Plans (DCSPLANS) to the Deputy Chief of Staff for Operations (DCSOPS).
Search codes or titles from the Military Occupational Classification (MOC). Select a branch: Air Force (AFSC) Army (MOS) Coast Guard (Ratings) Marine Corps (MOS) Navy. Military to Civilian Occupation Index Military service members facing transition from the military may wonder, “Which occupations am I qualified for in the civilian world?” Many are surprised to learn that they possess the exclusive skills and expertise necessary to fill numerous civilian jobs within the U.S.
Fret no more. You can interpret those camouflaged acronyms, ranks, and course titles in a way that civilian employers will understand exactly what you have to offer.
The following common military-to-civilian-translations and tips can help you get your point across to just about : Janet Farley.
The U.S. military uses many unique items and concepts that civilians aren't exposed to. Because of this and the need for expedient, clear communication, service members are immersed in a linguistic world apart from the daily life of a civilian. Some are self-explanatory and others are completely cryptic.
Classification is the process of determining who is available for military service and who is deferred or exempted. Classifications are based on each individual registrant’s circumstances and beliefs. A classification program would go into effect when Congress and the President decide to resume a draft.
9 - Miscellaneous Occupations Glossary This is the complete Dictionary of Occupational Titles (DOT) revised fourth edition, as supplied electronically by the US Dept. of Labor, provided, as a public service, by ITA, makers of DOT and O*Net for Windows.
Military jobs in the Army, Navy, Marine Corps, and Air Force are listed and tabbed separately for each service. Highly related and substantially related civilian jobs are presented together with the military job descriptions in a 3-column format.
Included with each. job listing are: (1) the number of weeks required for entry level job. training, and (2). Civilian terms for military experience Change your military title and responsibilities into civilian-friendly terms.
Check your particular service’s personnel manual to see if it contains a list of military jobs and tasks, cross-coded to civilian occupational titles. The Army calls their enlisted jobs MOSs, or "Military Occupation Specialties." The Army has around MOSs available for enlisted Soldiers.
Similar specialties are divided into "branches" or "fields." Below are the Army enlisted job fields with the MOSs that fall under that : Rod Powers. MILITARY CLASSIFICATIONS.
For Draftees compiled by Anne Yoder, Archivist, Swarthmore College Peace Collection. WORLD WAR I [From Selective Service Regulations, (see Subject File: Conscientious Objection/Objectors -- Government Documents)] * Conscientious Objectors: any registrant found by his Local Board to be a member of any well-recognized religious sect or organization.
Military Skills Translator - Apply for jobs that match your skills, identify civilian terminology for your resume, hot career options for your specialty. A United States military occupation code, or a military occupational specialty code (MOS code), is a nine-character code used in the United States Army and United States Marine Corps to identify a specific job.
In the United States Air Force, a system of Air Force Specialty Codes (AFSC) is used. In the United States Navy, a system of naval ratings and designators are used along with the Navy.
The Military Occupations Index and Military to Civilian Occupations Crosswalk include both enlisted and officer occupations across the five military branches. If limited information was available on a specific MOC, it may have been excluded from either the Index or the Crosswalk.
If a MOC is not listed in the Military OccupationsFile Size: KB. With more thancivilian employees, Army Civilian Service is one of the largest, busiest and most successful elements within the Department of Defense.
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MNET data is based on the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) job-based specifications and Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC) list of civilian occupations, known as the NOC catalogue.