Human Resource Modelling in Support of the Establishment of a New Military Occupation: Tactical Acoustic Sensor Operator

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Authors
  1. Kerzner, L.F.
  2. Jesion, A.
Corporate Authors
Operational Research Div, Ottawa ONT (CAN) Director Operational Research (Corporate, Air & Maritime)
Abstract
As a result of Canadian Forces re-engineering, new military occupations (MOCs) are being proposed and approved at an unusual pace and modelling such proposals has become a major activity within the Personnel Operational Research Team (PORT). PORT has developed a family of human resouce models to examine the long-term demographic trends that might affect the viability of new MOCs. One such MOC is Tactical Acoustic Sensor Operator (TAS OP), formed by amalgamating the Naval Acoustic Operator and Oceanographic Operator occupations. This work was carried out in support of the Chief of Maritime Staff and the TAS OP Occupational Structure Implementation Plan (OSIP). Modelling results suggest that the new TAS OP MOC will be viable despite a scheduled staff reduction.
Keywords
Military career planning;Military occupations;Military personnel modelling;Military personnel policy;Operational Research Models;Personnel Operational Research;Downsizing
Report Number
ORD-DOR(CAM-RN-9909) — Research Note
Date of publication
01 May 1999
Number of Pages
30
DSTKIM No
99-00992
CANDIS No
510905
Format(s):
Hardcopy;Document Image stored on Optical Disk

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