Signal Center Officer (0220) Officer or Warrant Officer

Commands a large fixed signal center. Supervises the training of personnel including duty censors and operators telephone, telegraph, radio, telephoto, radiotype, and teletype equipment; directs and supervises the cryptographing and decryptographing of messages; determines the final disposition of all communications violating security regulations; supervises keeping of records and preparation of reports; coordinates activities of signal center with appropriate public utilities; supervises requisition of supplies; keeps commanding officer informed of the location and means available for the transmission of messages; prepares and revises operating procedures; uses both military and civilian methods of word count.
Must be thoroughly familiar with civilian communication practices and rates. Must be able to read maps and aerial photographs.
Cryptographic clearance essential.
Military experience essential.
Civilian supervisory experience in radio, telephone, or telegraph traffic analyses and in handling correspondence and messages desirable.
Training in business administration desirable.

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