Air Force Administrative Enlisted Job Categories
The Air Force offers two enlistment options for new recruits. The first one is "guaranteed job," where the applicant has a specific job guaranteed in their enlistment contract. The second option is the "guaranteed aptitude area," where applicants are guaranteed to receive a job in a specific aptitude area, but won't actually find out what the job is until they are in basic training.
The following are the Air Force enlisted jobs which fall into the "Administrative" aptitude area.
This is not an entry-level position. The duties of this job are similar to the civilian job of the same name; they look after the needs of passengers on Air Force flights. A top-secret Department of Defense security clearance is required, and a composite score of A-32 is required on the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) tests.
You need to be eligible for a secret security clearance from the DoD and have a composite score of A-45 on the ASVAB tests. These airmen are responsible for coordinating with aircrews, air traffic control and base agencies that make sure aircraft are safe on the airfield.
This job is primarily responsible for overseeing parachutes, parachutists, and all the related resources and equipment. A secret security clearance is required, along with a score of 41 on the ASVAB. After Airmen's Week, you'll train for 28 days at Keesler Air Force Base in Biloxi, Mississippi.
These airmen manage communications and information management. A composite score of 28 on the ASVAB is required,
Radio Communications Systems 3C1X1
In this job, you'll operate and supervise operations of radio systems, computer interfaces, secure voice encryption equipment; data link equipment, radio relay equipment recording equipment, and communications equipment.
These airmen have duties similar to a human resources managers at a civilian company. They counsel airmen on career goals, promotions, training programs, and handle retention programs.
This isn't an entry-level job. It's responsible for supervising and managing military equal opportunity (MEO) and human relations education programs.
To qualify for this job, you'll need a 45 on the administrative area of the ASVAB and a 43 on the general area.
The primary responsibilities of this job are part of the Air Force Chaplain Service's core mission: Providing religious observances, pastoral care, and spiritual and moral guidance to Air Force personnel. These airmen are non-denominational and counsel Air Force personnel of any faith.
You'll need a 43 on the general segment of the ASVAB and a 40 on the administrative segment.
Note: AFSCs (Jobs) with more than one score area listed require a qualifying score in both areas. For example, in order to qualify for 5R0X1, Chaplain Service Support, one would need to score at least 43 in the "General" area of the Air Force ASVAB Composite Scores, and at least a 40 in the "Administrative" area of the Air Force ASVAB Composite Scores.