Air Force

June 20, 2013

Air Force removes six career fields from constrained list

Debbie Gildea
Air Force Personnel Center Public Affairs

JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-RANDOLPH, Texas (AFNS) – Six enlisted career fields will be removed from the career job reservation constrained list, while 17 others will see lower quotas, beginning June 15, Air Force Personnel Center officials said June 13.

The career job reservation program enables the Air Force to manage the number of first-term Airmen who reenlist in career fields where projected manning levels exceed Air Force needs, said Mike McLaughlin, the AFPC reenlistments chief.

“All first term Airmen must have a career job reservation to reenlist,” McLaughlin said. “Removing an AFSC from the constrained list is good news for Airmen on the waiting list.”

Career fields slated for removal:

1N2X1C, Signals intelligence analyst-communication

2G0X1, Logistics plans

2R0X1, Maintenance management analysis

3D0X1, Knowledge operations management

3D1X1, Client systems

4J0X2, Physical medicine

Airmen who are on the CJR waiting list when those fields come off the constrained list will receive their CJR. Of the 18 fields still on the constrained list, one remains unchanged and quotas will decrease for each of the other 17.

CJR quota decrease list: 

2P0X1, Precision measurement equipment laboratory

2S0X1, Material management

2T1X1, Vehicle operations

2T3X2C, Special vehicle maintenance-material handling equipment

2T3X7, Vehicle management and analysis

3D1X3, Radio frequency transmission systems

3D1X5, Ground radar systems

3D1X6, Airfield systems

3E0X1, Electrical systems

3E0X2, Electrical power production

3E1X1, Heating ventilation, air conditioning, and refrigeration

3M0X1, Services

3P0X1, Security forces

4D0X1, Diet therapy

4R0X1, Diagnostic imaging

4Y0X1, Dental sssistant

6F0X1, Financial management and comptroller

The 18 career fields below remain on the constrained list as of June 15.

CJR Constrained List:

2P0X1, Precision measurement equipment laboratory

2S0X1, Material management

2T1X1, Vehicle operations

2T3X2C, Special vehicle maintenance-material handling equipment

2T3X7, Vehicle management and analysis

3D1X3, Radio frequency transmission systems

3D1X5, Ground radar systems

3D1X6, Airfield systems

3E0X1, Electrical systems

3E0X2, Electrical power production

3E1X1, Heating ventilation, air conditioning, and refrigeration

3M0X1, Services

3P0X1, Security forces

4A1X1, Medical materiel

4D0X1, Diet therapy

4R0X1, Diagnostic imaging

4Y0X1, Dental assistant

6F0X1, Financial management and comptroller

 

For more information about CJRs and other personnel issues, visit the myPers website at https://mypers.af.mil.




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