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Corps of Engineers Duty Description

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12C Bridge Crewmember

Supervise or serve as a member of a squad, section or platoon. They provide conventional and powered bridge and rafting support for wet and dry gap crossing operations.

2 Level

Supervises lower grade soldiers and provides technical guidance in the accomplishment of their mission. Direct construction of fighting positions and wire entanglements. Determine limiting slopes, curves, stream velocities, and gap width. Conducts engineer reconnaissance. Directs crew in the assembly and maintenance of military fixed and float bridges. Operate an Engineer Regulating Point (ERP). Direct crew in the installation of fixed bridge anchorage, shore guys, kedge anchorage system and the overhead anchorage systems. Operates and or supervises the use of bridge erection boats. Directs the placement of demolition, determines safe distance and clears demolition misfires.

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3 Level

Supervises lower grade soldiers and provides technical guidance in the accomplishment of their mission. Supervise personnel in the installation and removal of a hasty protective minefield. Collects data and calculates the demolition requirement for explosives and related materials. Conducts road, tunnel, ford, river, ferry and bridge reconnaissance. Directs the off loading and assembly of float and fixed bridges. Performs float and fixed bridge site layout. Supervise installation of an overhead cable anchorage system, kedge anchorage system, shore guys and fixed bridge anchorage. Supervises maintenance of fixed and float bridges. Direct rafting operations. Directs fixed and float bridge construction. Supervise preparation of ribbon bridge equipment for air transport. Determine requirements for Engineer Equipment Park (EEP) and Engineer Regulating Point (ERP). Direct construction of bunkers, shelters and fortifications. Determine logistical requirements for wire entanglements. Operate the chest pack for the Druge Support Bridge (DSB).

4 Level

Supervises lower grade soldiers and provides technical guidance in the accomplishment of their mission. Enforce safety standards, field sanitation, communication procedures, security and job specification. Determines logistical requirements for military fixed and float bridges. Determines anchorage requirements for fixed and float bridges. Calculate area requirements for airlift operations. Inspects fixed and float bridges. Determine requirements for float bridge protective devices. Supervise mine clearing and demolition missions. Determines logistical requirements for bunkers and supervises the construction of a defensive perimeter. Conducts platoon reconnaissance missions and calculates the Rapid Field Classification of fixed bridges. Coordinate a passage of lines.

12D Diver

Supervises or performs underwater reconnaissance, demolition, repair, and salvage.

2 Level

Perform operator through intermediate levels of maintenance on diving life support equipment. Perform as lead diver during underwater work. Prepare patching materials and pumps for salvage operations. Prepare explosives for placement. Prepare rigging and lifting devices for salvage of submerged objects. Assist diving supervisor in preparing equipment for diving operations. Perform as primary operator on air systems and underwater support equipment during diving and recompression chamber operations.

3 Level

Supervise operator through intermediate levels of maintenance on diving life support equipment. Performs as senior diver and supervises diving operations. Direct preparation and operation of diving equipment and water craft support platforms. Supervise calculation, training, and use of explosives. Supervise use of underwater hydraulic and electric power equipment and other special underwater tools. Supervises recompression chamber and life support equipment during diving and emergency operations.

4 Level

Supervise operator through intermediate levels of maintenance on diving life support equipment. Perform as a qualified Master Diver for lightweight diving teams. Supervise diving operations for dives deeper than 100 feet salt water. Supervises recompression therapy for diving injuries and coordinates medical support. Prepare detailed plans and reports for complex diving operations. Supervise use, training, and safety during demolitions missions. Assist the team leader during planning, scheduling, and execution of diving missions.

5 Level

Supervise operator through intermediate levels of maintenance on diving life support equipment. Performs as a qualified Master Diver for the control and support diving detachments and responsible for the command and control of assigned lightweight diving teams. Ensures all diving operations are conducted safely. Supervise deep sea diving missions and dives conducted deeper than 100 feet salt water. Formulate demolition plan for operational and training missions. Assist the commander in planning, scheduling, and executing training and operational missions. Provide expertise to staff planners and diving teams. Writes and develops doctrinal, regulatory, training, and safety material related to the accomplishment of diving missions.

12G Quarrying Specialist

Supervises or operates electric, pneumatic, and internal combustion powered machines used in drilling, crushing, grading, and cleaning gravel and rock, or detonates explosives to blast rock in quarries and at construction sites.

2 Level

Direct the erection of rock processing equipment. Determines screen sizes and crusher settings to produce aggregate to specifications. Directs quarry rock excavation to produce required sizes and tonnage of rock. Performs as blaster.

3 Level

Conducts and plan quarry reconnaissance and plant layout. Supervise the setup and calibration of a rock processing plant. Plans and supervises blasting operations. Supervise rock production operations. Directs combat engineering missions

12H Construction Engineering Supervisor

Supervises construction, repair, and utility services of buildings, warehouses, fixed bridges, port facilities, and petroleum pipelines, tanks, and related equipment.

3 Level

Reads and interprets construction drawings. Estimates material, time, equipment, and labor requirements. Supervises the construction and repair of wood frame, concrete, masonry or prefabricated structures. Supervises the installation and repair of utility systems. Inspects structures and facilities to ensure compliance with specifications. Directs operator maintenance on assigned vehicles and equipment. Directs combat engineering missions.

4 Level

Devises network flow diagrams such as the critical path method and coordinates work activities of supporting units. Provides supervision over all structural and utility construction projects. Inspects subordinate elements to ensure compliance with directives, construction drawings, and specifications. Plans and organizes for combat engineering missions.

 

12K Plumber

Installs and repairs pipe systems and fixtures, and petroleum pipeline systems.

2 Level

Reads and interprets drawings, plans, and specifications to determine layout and identify types and quantities of materials required. Installs and repairs pipe systems, plumbing fixtures and equipment. Conducts inspection of plumbing facilities and ensures employment of proper safety procedures.

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12M Firefighter

Supervises or performs firefighting, rescue, salvage and fire protection operations. Perform rescue and firefighting operations during structural fires, aircraft emergencies, vehicle emergencies and wildland fires. Perform emergency response duties during hazardous materials incidents. Operates and maintains firefighting equipment and vehicles during emergency and non emergency operations.

2 Level

Direct rescue and firefighting operations during structural fires, aircraft emergencies, vehicle emergencies, and wildland fires. Direct emergency response crews during hazardous materials incidents. Maintains records and reports on fire department operations.

3 Level

Supervise rescue and firefighting operations during structural fires, aircraft emergencies, vehicle emergencies and wildland fires. Supervise emergency response crews during hazardous materials incidents. Conducts fire prevention operations including inspections and pre fire planning.

4 Level

Exercises command and control during rescue and firefighting operations during structural fires, aircraft emergencies, vehicle emergencies and wildland fires. Exercises command and control of emergency response during hazardous materials incidents. Conducts fire prevention operations to include determining building classification and installation level inspections. Develops plans for hazardous materials emergencies. Conducts initial fire ground investigations.

12N Horizontal Construction Engineer

Supervise, inspects and performs aviation unit (AVUM), intermediate (AVIM) and depot maintenance and repairs on the OH-58D/ARH armament, electrical, and avionics systems to include the electrical, electronic, mechanical and Pneudraulics systems associated with those systems.

2 Level

Assigned as a Team Leader with duties to include; responsible for health, welfare and safety of over ___ Soldiers; ensures Soldiers meet standards in personal appearance; maintain accountability for the individual and unit equipment; teaches individual and collective training; develops unit cohesion; fosters the values of loyalty and commitment; builds spirit and confidence; evaluates training; coaches and counsels.

Advises the Squad Leader on all section equipment and heavy construction equipment; responsible for tracking of service and deadline; ensures maintenance reports are reported and troubleshot; responsible for the health, welfare, training, discipline, and morale of _ NCO and ___ Soldiers assigned to the Support Platoon Heavy Equipment Operator section; interacts with the unit's maintenance shop to maintain section equipment in excess of $_______ to support combat readiness.

3 Level

Supervises engineer projects; interprets information on grade stakes; critical path methods; overviews clearing, grubbing, stripping, excavating, backfilling, stockpiling, hauling, construction of ditches and other heavy equipment operations; performs route reconnaissance; responsible for the health, welfare and safety of over ___ Soldiers; ensures Soldiers meet standards in personal appearance; supervises level 10 maintenance; has accountability for their individual and unit's equipment and property; teaches individual and collective training; serves as instructor for construction equipment; develops unit cohesion, fosters the values of loyalty and commitment; builds spirit and confidence.

 

4 Level

Description needed

12P Prime Power Production Specialist

Performs electrical assessments, facilities maintenance, QA/QC operations: supervises, operates, installs and performs DS/GS level maintenance on electric power plants, consisting of prime power generator sets of 500 KW and higher; and associated auxiliary systems and equipment. Other duties include LNO and technical advisor to FEMA and other federal organizations.

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12Q Power Line Distribution Specialist

The powerline distribution specialist supervises or installs and maintains electrical distribution systems; performs duties as a member of a transmission and distribution team.

2 Level

Installs and maintains electrical transmission and distribution systems. Tests circuits and components to isolate malfunction and repair defects. Perform scheduled and emergency inspections and repairs of distribution systems and equipment. Assist in maintenance, repair, calibration, and tests of internal substation equipment.

3 Level

Supervise installation of underground and overhead electrical distribution systems. Supervise staging of material and construction and maintenance equipment. Maintains and uses special purpose safety equipment and tools employed for electrical construction and maintenance. Ensures proper safety and clearance procedures are followed.

 

4 Level

Plans and supervises construction and maintenance of electrical transmission and distribution systems. Estimate manpower, equipment, and material requirements for electrical construction. Advise on electrical construction and maintenance procedures and capabilities.

 

12R Interior Electrician

The interior electrician supervises or performs installation and maintenance of interior electrical systems and equipment.

2 Level

Supervise installation and maintenance of interior electrical systems. Plans electrical system layout using drawings, plans, specifications and wiring diagrams. Coordinates construction planning and advises on electrical construction. Uses test equipment to isolate malfunctions and repairs defects in systems and components. Inspect interior electrical systems/components for proper installation in accordance with National Electrical Code and local ordinances.

12T Technical Engineer

The technical engineer supervises or participates in construction site development to include technical investigation, surveying, drafting, development of construction plans, specifications, and performing quality control inspections.

2 Level

Perform field and laboratory testing on construction materials, construction surveys, and design drafting for military construction.

3 Level

Supervise technical engineering activities relating to construction surveying, drafting, and testing of construction materials. Compiles technical information and supervises subordinate personnel.

4 Level

Plans, directs, inspects, and performs technical site development activities. Supervises duties performed by subordinate personnel.

5 Level

Plans, organizes and manages ATC facilities. Serves as chief instructor in the ATC School. Serve as ATC operations NCO in ATC Battalion, Brigade, ATC School and as senior staff NCO at Brigade level or higher.

12V Concrete and Asphalt Equipment Operator

The concrete and asphalt equipment operator supervises or operates all equipment used in concrete and asphalt production and paving.

2 Level

Erects and operates asphalt plant for the production of hot mix asphalt. Sets up and operates asphalt laydown equipment to meet desired asphalt specifications.

3 Level

Directs employment of concrete mobile mixer. Plans and directs layout and erection of asphalt plant. Supervise production of hot mix asphalt. Directs asphalt laydown and rolling operations. Directs combat engineering missions.

12W Carpenty and Masonry Specialist

The carpentry and masonry specialist performs general heavy carpentry, structural steel, and masonry duties, to include fabrication, erection, maintenance, and repair of rigging devices, trusses, and other structural assemblies.

2 Level

Interpret construction drawings and blueprints. Prepares building layout. Constructs wooden or concrete foundation and
erects building framework. Install flooring, walls, partitions, siding, roofing, doors, windows, stairs, and interior finishing. Erect prefabricated and pre engineered metal structures. Apply proper concrete curing methods. Directs operational maintenance on assigned equipment. Reserve Components perform millwright, head saw operator, and edger functions during sawmill operations.

12X General Engineering Supervisor

2 Level

Supervises general engineering activities related to all construction and utility operations. Assists engineering officer in construction planning, scheduling, and material estimating. Assists in the preparation of operation orders, standing operating procedures, and contingency plans. Provides staff supervision and principal noncommissioned officer direction to units engaged in performing general engineering missions. Inspects construction and training activities. Supervises performance of combat engineering missions.

12Y Geospatial Engineer

Manage the enterprise geospatial database; compiled from all sources including National Geospatial Agency, Topographical Engineering Center and other services, coalition allies, as well as exploiting new collection and production from deployed Soldiers and sensors. Geospatial engineers manage the geospatial foundation of the Common Operating Picture (COP), synchronizing hard and soft copy products and are a necessary component of All Source Intelligence and Battle Command. Finish compilation of geospatial data into a printable map/product and prints (maps, overlays and special products) hardcopy geospatial information.

2 Level

Analyze collected military geographic information to produce tactical decision aids. Predict terrain and weather effects as applied to command, control, communication, computer and intelligence systems. Perform data base management for the storage of aerial photographs, maps, digital data bases and collateral source materials. Perform quality assurance during all stages of topographic operations to include finish compilation of geospatial data into printable map/products and printing of hardcopy geospatial information.

3 Level

Supervise topographic analysts at division, Corps and EAC topographic units to include maintenance of assigned equipment. Evaluate source materials for military geographic information analysis. Supervise quality assurance during all stages of topographic operations to include finish compilation of geospatial data into printable map/products and printing of hardcopy geospatial information. Ensures required administrative, intelligence, source data and reference files are maintained. Advise command and staff officers on all aspects of topographic operations and doctrine.

4 Level

Supervise topographic analysis activities at all levels. Coordinates and validates collection requirements. Supervise quality assurance program for all topographic operations to include finish compilation of geospatial data into printable map/products and printing of hardcopy geospatial information. Plans and coordinates activities pertaining to the organization, training and the tactical and technical operation of the assigned unit. Direct preparation for movement and operation of mobile/transportable work sections. Advise command and staff officers on all aspects of topographic operations and doctrine. Coordinate the planning and production of military geographic information. Supervise preparation of transportable/mobile work sections. Advise command and staff officers on all aspects of topographic operations and doctrine. Coordinates the planning and production of military geographic information.

5 Level

Assist in geospatial planning and control activities. Assist in determining requirements and providing technical supervision of topographic mapping and other military geographic intelligence programs, to include geodetic and topographic surveying activities. Assist in command supervision and coordination of map reproduction and topographic map supply programs. Provides staff supervision and principal noncommissioned officer direction to units engaged in performing topographic engineering missions.

12Z Combat Engineering Senior Sergeant

Inspects and advises on bridging, rafting, and river crossing operations. Formulates and maintains construction schedules. Assists in supervision of troops in assault operations. Performs ground and aerial reconnaissance. Advises engineer staff section personnel in matters involving combat engineer operations. Coordinates with staff agencies for engineer operational and tactical support. Coordinates employment of engineer elements operating with infantry and armored units. Inspects construction sites and enforces job specification and safety standards. Collects, interprets, analyzes, evaluates, and disseminates intelligence data.

Additional Duties

Description needed