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Worked in different communities to gather and analyze information on social and cultural behavior, artifacts, language and biology of the groups and societies which they are studying.
Collected, identified, dated, protected and preserved native artifacts, material possessions and other objects of anthropological interest.
Examined and interpreted fossil remains, and studied sites once inhabited by older civilizations, to try to trace the history of former inhabitants.
Able to make detailed observations.
Able to work independently.
Possess well-developed communication skills.
Looked for and recorded archaeological sites.
Organized and carried out field excavations, also known as `digs', or surface collections.
Cleaned, repaired, reconstructed and displayed materials found at archaeological sites.
Photographed or drew articles both on-site and at base.
Analyzed the finds and their context, through a variety of means including physical and chemical techniques.
Documented the information obtained from the findings.
Advised individuals and groups on heritage matters including conservation options and legal provisions.
Prepared material for publication which may involve the use of computers.
Possess an aptitude for research.
Able to work as a member of a team.
Prepared to endure rough living conditions for set periods while involved in field work.
Able to remain objective.
Surveyed records held by organizations and individuals.
Assessed records and arranged for their destruction or retention for historical, research, administrative, legal and other purposes.
Insured that vital records necessary for the ongoing operations of an organization are identified and preserved.
Surveyed records held by client agencies and individuals in order to arrange for their transfer to archival custody.
Collected records in accordance with an acquisitions policy.
Established and managed administrative systems to document and control records and archives, and compiled guides, inventories and indices to assist reference and research.
Provided access to records for research, administrative, legal and other purposes.
Assisted users by explaining how to retrieve information from the records.
Selected documents and arranged for their reproduction including microfilming and publication.
Insured that the maintenance of the right environmental conditions for the storage and conservation of records is carried out according to scientific methods.
Undertook preservation microfilming where necessary.
Advised on the creation, maintenance and use of current records, as well as on records management issues.
Inputted data to, and provided advice on, computerized archival and records management systems.
Possess an aptitude for research and analysis.
Able to undertake highly detailed work.
Examined and evaluated the condition of objects and confirmed their identification and authenticity.
Organized systematic inspection of collections and prepared written reports.
Advised on the optimum storage and display conditions for the objects in their care.
Advised on the correct methods for handling and transporting works of art and artifacts.
Conducted research into the material or technological nature of collections and of materials and techniques critical to their preservation or conservation.
Undertook intensive research into deterioration problems within collections.
Undertook conservation and restoration procedures to correct damage or control deterioration and record details of measures taken.
Possess a responsible attitude and a high standard of professional ethics.
Examined, assessed and interpreted evidence of past events by consulting and studying the work of other historians and researchers, and by using primary sources of information such as diaries, office reports, statistics, artifacts, letters and newspaper files, and by interviewing people.
Organized the information, checked it for accuracy, interpreted and verified details, and suggested theories and conclusions.
Presented findings and conclusions by such avenues as reports, media, journal articles, books, lectures and museum exhibitions.
Acted as adviser or consultant to government, commercial and private organizations, societies, Churches and individuals.
Performed research and/or taught at institutions such as universities and schools.
Possess a meticulous approach to research and problem solving.
Provided simultaneous dialogue interpreting, that is, in two languages for two parties, either individuals or groups.
Interpreted what a person has just said before they speak again.
Interpreted consecutive conversations or a speech.
Provided ongoing interpreting of a speaker's words, to ensure that a listener who does not understand the speaker's language is instantly aware of what is being said.
Orally translated written texts.
Possess an excellent command of English and at least one other language.
Able to work accurately and objectively.
Possess good powers of concentration.
Able to maintain confidentiality.
Analyzed and met the information needs of library or information system users.
Developed policies and services to better serve user needs.
Provided advice and assistance such as inter-library loans, to users including the retrieval of information from external computer systems.
Created and maintained databases.
Searched other computerized data banks for information.
Selected, catalogued, classified and indexed library and information resources.
Developed and managed collections.
Promoted collections and resources of the library using marketing techniques.
Answered personal, written and telephone inquiries from the public.
Involved in the planning and selection of suitable computer systems for use within the library.
Supervised the work of other staff.
Trained other staff.
Prepared bibliographies, which contain sources of information on particular subjects.
Assisted with identifying or interpreting information for users.
Designed and conducted reader education courses.
Possess a sound knowledge of information technology including databases.
Ordered, checked and sorted new library materials.
Searched and checked information on materials to be catalogued.
Maintained library records and circulation systems by entering data into computerized databases and editing computer records.
Assisted librarians to answer loan and reference queries at the counter or via the telephone.
Operated audiovisual and photocopying equipment.
Assisted in the simple maintenance of audiovisual and photocopying equipment.
Produced display and publicity material.
Arranged loans to and from other libraries.
Conducted library tours and reader education.
Established and operated a video booking system.
Organized the binding of magazine titles.
Military Test Plans Analyst
Provides advice in coordination with the test project officers regarding test methodology and procedures and as to what information can or cannot be developed through testing.
Advises on background of various types of material.
Analyses and processes Letters of Execution, Test Incident Reports, minutes of conferences, and research documents.
Provides comments on required operational capability documents, coordinated test plans, evaluation input, TSPs, and other documentation related to RDT.
Monitors testing to insure that it is conducted as planned; that data collected is valid and meaningful; and that tactics, training, test variables, etc., are as envisioned during the test design phase.
Develops and presents briefings on related subjects as required by attendance at conferences/ meetings.
Involved in test planning, execution and reporting, and coordinating the test workload as required for the specific test.
Analyzes completed test reports to ensure they are complete and methodologically and technically correct.
Checks test results to determine adequacy, worth and logic.
Makes sure suggested changes are coordinated with test officer.
Integrates the technical assistance provided to the test on Operations Research Systems Analysis, Statistics, Human Factors, Reliability/Maintainability, Technical Review and Automatic Data Processing.
Provides input to the test's final review of plans and reports for systems being tested.
Must remain aware of new developments as they relate to the test's mission.
Participate in problem definition, concept formulation, and evaluation of findings.
Performs investigations, analysis and evaluations on various activities associated with the testing and evaluation of Army material.
Performs various test management functions for the test project.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Acquired items for the collections in their care.
Examined items to determine condition and authenticity.
Identified and classified specimens and arranged for conservation and restoration work.
Kept and maintained records about all items in the collection.
Organized and prepared displays, which may include traveling or arranging for loan exhibitions.
Initiated and maintained research programs, and assisted other professionals on request.
Lectured and wrote about the collections and answered public inquiries.
Supervised support staff and organized administrative duties associated with the use and care of the collection.
Possess an appreciation and knowledge of history, the environment, and the arts.
Able to pay attention to detail.
Cleaned fossil specimens, molded and restored skeletal parts, constructed skeletal mounts, re-assembled fragmented specimens and made substitute pieces.
Constructed models and made castings or molds of artifacts and objects for display purposes.
Mounted and prepared objects for display.
Designed and arranged display cases and areas.
Received, shipped, packed and unpacked exhibits.
Maintained museum files.
Supervised and assisted other workers in the cleaning, cataloguing, labeling and storing of specimens.
Able to pay attention to detail.
Conducted research into fields such as political philosophy, the theory and practice of political systems and institutions, public administration, political party systems, the development of public opinion, international relations, and relations between government and business.
Assembled research data by consulting and studying the works of others and observing the workings of contemporary political institutions and practices.
Presented findings and conclusions in a form suitable for publication or use by government, political parties, international institutions and non-governmental organizations.
Planned and directed public opinion surveys and interpreted results.
Wrote articles for daily papers and journals to inform the public.
Presented political information on radio and television.
Possess strong analytical and research abilities.
Observed and investigated social groups and subjects such as the family, the community, education, industrial relations, crime, politics, minority and ethnic relations, poverty and mass communications.
Researched, collected and analyzed data, often using computers.
Recorded and interpreted facts and figures and wrote reports.
Undertook systematic interviews of selected individuals.
Lived in the community being studied to acquire a better understanding of the culture.
Carried out survey design and interviewing, and analyzed and interpreted the information collected, for example, to assist urban planners to assess people's views on the building of high rise flats or a new freeway.
Able to communicate effectively.
Able to carry out detailed research.
Developed, wrote, and edited materials for reports, manuals, briefs, proposals, instruction books, catalogs, and related technical and administrative publications.
Observed production, developmental, and experimental activities to determine operating procedure and detail.
Interviewed production and engineering personnel, and read journals, reports, and other material to become familiar with product technologies and production methods.
Reviewed manufacturer's and trade catalogs, drawings and other data relative to operation, maintenance and, service of equipment.
Organized material and completed writing assignments according to set standards regarding order, clarity, conciseness, style, and terminology.
Reviewed published materials and recommended revisions or changes in scope, format, content, and methods of reproduction and binding.
Specialized in writing material regarding work methods and procedures.
Test Data Collector
Demonstrates a professional working knowledge of data collection/reduction procedures to include collecting, reducing, and reporting of test data.
Accurately and efficiently collects and organizes raw data into a coherent, structured format that can be easily understood by others without further clarification.
Ensures that documents submitted as final contain no more than 5% of pages requiring correction.
Administers a variety of questionnaires.
Records and checks completed questionnaires for completeness, accuracy, and consistency.
Ensures that no more than 3% of documents submitted as final require clarification.
Demonstrates continuous quality control by observation, by reviewing the work of evaluators, and by checking completed documents before they are put into data bases.
Displays a pleasant, positive, and courteous demeanor when dealing with co-workers, visitors, callers, visiting test members.
Performs general office support procedures.
Produces, routes, and retrieves completed projects.
Ensures classified information is properly handled and protected in accordance with applicable regulations.
Performs other duties as assigned by Supervisor or Test Officer.
Studied original text to understand the meaning and converted it into another language to convey the original meaning.
Conveyed the original spirit and feeling of literary works in translation.
Used dictionaries and other sources to determine correct meanings of words and phrases.
Translated a wide range of written material, from business letters or application forms to very detailed scientific articles.
Insured that phraseology and terminology of legal, technical or scientific texts are accurately translated.
Translated foreign or ancient material into modern English or modern English into other dialect or language.
Supplied subtitles for foreign films and television programs.
Revised translations to improve them.
Used computers, word processors, facsimile machines and electronic mail services to write up and dispatch translated documents.
Possess an understanding and acceptance of different cultures.
Able to work accurately and objectively.
Chose themes or subjects for written work, conducted research into the subject, assembled background material and obtained other necessary data.
Planned and organized material and wrote the work.
Revised (or edited) the work, insuring coherence of style, proper development of theme, plot and characterization, and correct referencing.
Set out the original manuscript so that it is clear and legible and submitted the work to publishers.
Collaborated with other specialists such as scriptwriters, software developers, graphic designers and illustrators, to create multi-media works.
Possess an observant and inquisitive approach to people and their environment.
Able to think and write creatively and clearly.
Have an excellent understanding of English, particularly grammar and spelling.
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