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14 occupations have tasks related to the 1 task from your current occupation, Air Traffic Controllers.

  • Issue landing and take-off authorizations or instructions.
53-2022.00 Airfield Operations Specialists   Bright Outlook Bright Outlook  
  • Coordinate communications between air traffic control and maintenance personnel.
  • Provide aircrews with information and services needed for airfield management and flight planning.
  • Maintain air-to-ground and point-to-point radio contact with aircraft commanders.
  • Relay departure, arrival, delay, aircraft and airfield status, and other pertinent information to upline controlling agencies.
  • Receive and post weather information and flight plan data, such as air routes or arrival and departure times.
  • Receive, transmit, and control message traffic.
  • Post visual display boards and status boards.
53-2011.00 Airline Pilots, Copilots, and Flight Engineers
  • Contact control towers for takeoff clearances, arrival instructions, and other information, using radio equipment.
  • Confer with flight dispatchers and weather forecasters to keep abreast of flight conditions.
  • File instrument flight plans with air traffic control to ensure that flights are coordinated with other air traffic.
53-2012.00 Commercial Pilots Bright Outlook
  • Contact control towers for takeoff clearances, arrival instructions, and other information, using radio equipment.
  • File instrument flight plans with air traffic control so that flights can be coordinated with other air traffic.
  • Request changes in altitudes or routes as circumstances dictate.
53-4013.00 Rail Yard Engineers, Dinkey Operators, and Hostlers
  • Confer with conductors and other workers via radiotelephones or computers to exchange switching information.
  • Report arrival and departure times, train delays, work order completion, and time on duty.
53-6032.00 Aircraft Service Attendants
  • Guide aircraft to designated areas using hand signals, batons, or other methods.
  • Radio to flight dispatchers or other personnel to discuss incoming or outgoing aircraft.
33-9094.00 School Bus Monitors
  • Guide the driver when the bus is moving in reverse gear.
  • Monitor for trains at railroad crossings and signal the bus driver when it is safe to proceed.
53-4011.00 Locomotive Engineers
  • Confer with conductors or traffic control center personnel via radiophones to issue or receive information concerning stops, delays, or oncoming trains.
53-4031.00 Railroad Conductors and Yardmasters
  • Confer with engineers regarding train routes, timetables, and cargoes, and to discuss alternative routes when there are rail defects or obstructions.
53-3054.00 Taxi Drivers Bright Outlook
  • Communicate with dispatchers by radio, telephone, or computer to exchange information and receive requests for passenger service.
53-3053.00 Shuttle Drivers and Chauffeurs Bright Outlook
  • Communicate with dispatchers by radio, telephone, or computer to exchange information and receive requests for passenger service.
47-5044.00 Loading and Moving Machine Operators, Underground Mining
  • Notify switching departments to deliver specific types of cars.
53-5031.00 Ship Engineers
  • Act as a liaison between a ship's captain and shore personnel to ensure that schedules and budgets are maintained and that the ship is operated safely and efficiently.
53-6051.00 Transportation Inspectors
  • Notify workers of any special treatment required for shipments.
17-2121.00 Marine Engineers and Naval Architects
  • Act as liaisons between ships' captains and shore personnel to ensure that schedules and budgets are maintained, and that ships are operated safely and efficiently.