Duty Summary: (Note: This is a special duty assignment
job. It is not available to new enlistees). Counsels all airmen attending
technical school on training or personal problems, military bearing, standards,
and behavior; and schedules and conducts military training functions for
students. Related DoD Occupational Subgroup: 012.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Advises and counsels students. Establishes and conducts incoming, outgoing,
and student entry briefings. Conducts individual and group interviews.
Motivates personnel to develop military attitudes, effective human relations,
and social skills for improving interpersonal and military relations.
Assists students in their personal adjustment to military life. Establishes
and maintains liaison with the School of Applied Aerospace Sciences in
order to keep up to date on student activities and identify student status
such as problem or exceptional (honor) students. Applies counseling techniques
and military experience to counsel airmen with training, military bearing,
and behavior problems. Refers students to the appropriate staff agency.
Identifies airmen unfit or unsuitable for retention in the Air Force.
Plans, organizes, and directs military education instruction. Monitors
and conducts military training within the unit. Determines appropriate
instruction methods considering the group size and subject matter. Conducts
instruction using demonstration-performance and lecture methods. Maintains
thorough knowledge of and instructs personnel in drill, parades, retreats,
and reviews. Provides supplemental military training.
Ensures students maintain military standards. Guides and assists in selecting,
training, and evaluating student leaders. Monitors safety in formations,
dormitories, and sports. Ensures students maintain personal appearance
and order in military formations. Monitors and controls grounds maintenance
assigned to unit. Maintains duty rosters and forms, and assures fatigue
and squadron details are distributed fairly. Ensures students maintain
discipline and Air Force standards in dormitories. Ensures students comply
Prepares and maintains files and records on military education and counseling
matters. Prepares statistical reports and records about student accountability.
Accounts for assigned students and maintains general military training
Special Duty Qualifications:
Knowledge. Knowledge of military training learning processes, counseling
methods, and techniques is mandatory.
Education. Not used.
Completion of the Military Training Leader course is mandatory.
Completion of a basic Counseling Course is mandatory.
Experience. Not used.
Physical qualification for worldwide duty is mandatory.
Ability to speak clearly is mandatory.
Possession of high standards of military appearance and conduct.
Recommendation by unit commander or supervisor for student training advisor
duty is mandatory.
Strength Req: G
Physical Profile 121221
Appitude Score: G-48
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