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Medical Corps Duty Description

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68A Biomedical Equipment Specialist

Performs maintenance services and repairs on all medical equipment, medical systems, medically related equipment and medically related systems.

20 Level

Establishes and maintains procedures to ensure an effective preventive maintenance program. Performs quality control and acceptance inspections (does not include Center for Devices and Radiological Health-CDRH compliance testing or acceptance of Imaging Systems) on medical equipment and medically related equipment. Provides medical maintenance advice to units not authorized 68A3O/4O/5O personnel. Contribute to the development of medical maintenance Standard Operating Procedures (SOP). Supervises, advises and assists in the training of subordinate personnel and may serve as Team Leader for maintenance operations.

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30 Level

Troubleshoot malfunctioning or defective discrete electronic components and/or boards on 3 phase radiological systems, lasers, and other complex integrated medical and medically related systems. Effect repairs by replacing malfunctioning or defective discrete electronic components and/or boards on 3 phase radiological systems, lasers, other complex integrated medical systems and medically related systems. Performs quality control and acceptance functions (to include Center for Devices and Radiological Health (CDRH) compliance testing or acceptance of Imaging Systems), at all levels of medical maintenance to include depot. Rebuilds and overhauls medical equipment and medical systems. Perform quality control functions relevant to the performance of medical maintenance operations. Participates in the planning of power and space requirements for installation medical equipment and medical systems and installs units to manufacturer’s specifications. Supervises contract equipment installations and performs acceptance inspections of contract compliance. Develops medical maintenance SOPs. Conducts training of subordinate maintenance personnel. Prepares and conducts In-Service PMCS training programs for medical equipment operators. Serve as advisor to senior personnel on medical maintenance operations in medical facilities and medical TO&E units.

Supervises the performance of preventive maintenance checks and services (i.e., test, operates, lubricates, adjusts, tightens, and cleans) of medical equipment. Troubleshoots to isolate and repair malfunctioning or defective components and/or boards on medically related equipment. Participates in planning power and space requirements for the installation of medical equipment and supervises the installation to manufacturer’s specifications. Prepares and submits medical equipment reports. Contributes to the development of medical maintenance Standing Operating Procedures. Performs quality control functions at all levels of medical maintenance. Supervises and advises subordinate personnel.

Medical Equipment Repair Sergeant: Serves as the Medical Equipment Repair NCO, responsible for the health, welfare, professional development and the accountability of three junior Equipment Maintenance Branch Soldiers; coordinates acceptance technical inspections and/or performs periodic scheduled and unscheduled installations, modifications, preventive maintenance on medical equipment valued in excess of $________ in support of a 172 bed medical center with 22,000 beneficiaries, 22 satellite medical and dental clinics, and all TO&E medical assets on Fort Bragg; ensured compliance with shop polices and safety regulations.

Biomedical Equipment Sergeant: Serves as the Biomedical Equipment Sergeant for a deployed Brigade Medical Supply Office in support of OEF XII; provides medical maintenace support to over 23 dispersed medical units on six Forward Operating Bases; responsible for servicing and maintaining all medical equipment both scheduled and unscheduled throughout the 3BCT AOR; responsible for organizing maintenance, workflow, efficiency, troubleshooting, repairing and inspections of more than 600 pieces of medical equipment; ensures the maintenance and accountability of medical equipment valued over $__________, directly responsible for one Soldier.

Biomedical Equipment Specialist: Schedules and perform PMCS on medical equipment; performs electrical safety inspection tests, calibrations, and certification services with USAMMA during Annual calibrations; replaces unserviceable components, modules, and assemblies as authorized by the Maintenance Allocation Charts; maintains a technical library for medical equipment; performs technical inspections of new or transferred medical equipment in accordance with AR 40-61; maintains required manual equipment files; inspects, verifies serviceability, and reports items rendered unserviceable to command.

40 Level

Supervise medical maintenance operations. Supervise quality control functions relevant to the performance of medical maintenance operations. Supervise the requisitioning and stocking of maintenance repair parts and supplies. Determines need for and schedules personnel for attendance at specialized manufacturer courses. Organizes and supervises inspections and maintenance teams. Review installation and acceptance procedures for all types of medical equipment and medical systems. Develops and supervises technical and administrative training to military and civilian personnel. Perform duties as Contracting Officer Representative. Advises and assists in administrative fiscal, personnel, Medical Care Support Equipment (MEDCASE)/Capital Expenditure Equipment Program (CEEP) and supply matters. Advises procurement personnel of functional and safety aspects of medical equipment and medical systems. Advise commanders on specific medical systems, to include requirements for utilities and advantages and disadvantages of contract versus in-house maintenance. Serve as advisor on medical maintenance operations, to senior personnel in Medical Activities, Medical Centers and Medical TO&E units.

50 Level

Performs technical and administrative management, coordination, control, and operational duties as the principal medical maintenance NCO. Review quality control procedures relevant to the performance of medical maintenance operations. Reviews MOD Technical training procedures and advises subordinates on technical training issues. Writes, develops, and coordinates command-wide regulations and policies relating to Army Medical Department Logistical Material Maintenance Programs. Serve as advisor on medical maintenance operations to senior personnel in Major Commands, Medical Activities, Medical Centers, and Medical TO&E units.

68B Orthopedic Specialist

Assists with the management of an orthopedic clinic, or assists in the treatment of patients with orthopedic conditions and injuries. Orthopedic Specialists works under the supervision of an orthopedic physician, orthopedic physician assistant, or podiatrist.

20 Level

Utilizes a team approach while providing patient and family-centered care in accordance with professional, hospital, and section standards, assists in the training and provision of administrative support for military and civilian personnel; assists in the accountability and tracking of all office and medical equipment assigned to section on department hand receipt, responsible for education, training and mentoring of all junior enlisted Soldiers and civilian staff for their professional development and career progression.

Serves as the NCOIC of the Orthopedic Clinic serving ______ beneficiary population with an average of ____ visits monthly; responsible for the welfare, training, and supervisor of two noncommissioned officers, six civilian health technicians, three medical support assistance's, two radiology technicians; assists seven Orthopedic Surgeons, one Physician Assistant, and two Podiatrist in the treatment of Orthopedic injuries and minor surgical procedures; responsible for the accountability and serviceability of medical and office equipment values at over $__________.

30 Level

Supervises contract equipment installations and performs acceptance inspections of contract compliance. Develops medical maintenance SOPs. Conducts training of subordinate maintenance personnel. Prepares and conducts In-Service PMCS training programs for medical equipment operators. Serve as advisor to senior personnel on medical maintenance operations in medical facilities and medical TO&E units.

Performs quality control and acceptance functions (to include Center for Devices and Radiological Health (CDRH) compliance testing or acceptance of Imaging Systems), at all levels of medical maintenance to include depot. Rebuilds and overhauls medical equipment and medical systems. Perform quality control functions relevant to the performance of medical maintenance operations. Participates in the planning of power and space requirements for installation medical equipment and medical systems and installs units to manufacturer’s specifications.

Troubleshoot malfunctioning or defective discrete electronic components and/or boards on 3 phase radiological systems, lasers, and other complex integrated medical and medically related systems. Effect repairs by replacing malfunctioning or defective discrete electronic components and/or boards on 3 phase radiological systems, lasers, other complex integrated medical systems and medically related systems.

40 Level

Supervise medical maintenance operations. Supervise quality control functions relevant to the performance of medical maintenance operations. Supervise the requisitioning and stocking of maintenance repair parts and supplies. Determines need for and schedules personnel for attendance at specialized manufacturer courses. Organizes and supervises inspections and maintenance teams. Review installation and acceptance procedures for all types of medical equipment and medical systems.

Develops and supervises technical and administrative training to military and civilian personnel. Perform duties as Contracting Officer Representative. Advises and assists in administrative fiscal, personnel, Medical Care Support Equipment (MEDCASE)/Capital Expenditure Equipment Program (CEEP) and supply matters. Advises procurement personnel of functional and safety aspects of medical equipment and medical systems.

Advise commanders on specific medical systems, to include requirements for utilities and advantages and disadvantages of contract versus in-house maintenance. Serve as advisor on medical maintenance operations, to senior personnel in Medical Activities, Medical Centers and Medical TO&E units.

Serves as the NCOIC of the Orthopedic Services at a Level II hospital, which consists of four separate clinics: Orthopedic, Podiatry, Castroom, and Orthotics and Prosthetics clinics. Counsels, mentors, and supervises _ NCO and _ civilian employees, while supporting _ military Orthopedic physicians, ___ military Podiatrist, ___ military Physician Assistant, ___ civilian orthopedic physician and ___ civilian Physician Assistant. Maintains a hand receipt valued over $_________ and managed a budget valued at $________.

50 Level

Performs technical and administrative management, coordination, control, and operational duties as the principal medical maintenance NCO. Review quality control procedures relevant to the performance of medical maintenance operations. Reviews MOD Technical training procedures and advises subordinates on technical training issues. Writes, develops, and coordinates command-wide regulations and policies relating to Army Medical Department Logistical Material Maintenance Programs. Serve as advisor on medical maintenance operations to senior personnel in Major Commands, Medical Activities, Medical Centers, and Medical TO&E units.

68C Practical Nursing Specialist

Supervises or performs preventive, therapeutic and emergency nursing care procedures. The Practical Nursing Specialist works under the direct supervision of a physician, nurse or an experienced Noncommissioned Officer.

20 Level

Establishes and maintains procedures to ensure an effective preventive maintenance program. Performs quality control and acceptance inspections (does not include Center for Devices and Radio-logical Health-CDRH compliance testing or acceptance of Imaging Systems) on medical equipment and medically related equipment. Provides medical maintenance advice to units not authorized 68A3O/4O/5O personnel. Contribute to the development of medical maintenance Standard Operating Procedures (SOP). Supervises, advises and assists in the training of subordinate personnel and may serve as Team Leader for maintenance operations.

Serves as the Orthopedic Castroom SGT in support of _ Orthopedic Surgeons, _ Orthopedic Physician Assistants that cares for over ______ beneficiaries located in and around _____. Oversees the day to day operations of the castroom to include: quality patient care, booking appointments for patients, and the supervision of _ civilian orthopedic technicians. Custodian of 3 organizational Hand Receipts totaling $_______.

Serves as a Nurse Case Manager at SRP site; coordinates and ensures that Active/Guard/Reserve Soldiers referred during the SRP/RSRP/MOB/DEMOB process receive timely medical care; drafts CENTCOM, SOUTHCOM, PACOM, EUCOM and AFRICOM waivers, nursing care plans; ensures Guard/Reserve Solders are informed of available health care entitlements upon discharge from active duty status; maintains timely data entry into AHLTA and the nurse case management tracker; assists with facilitating requests and movement of Soldiers requiring care under Warrior in Transition Program.

30 Level

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68D Operating Room Specialist

Assists the nursing staff in preparing the patient and the operating room (OR) environment for surgery and for providing assistance to the medical staff during surgical procedures. They also operate the centralized material service (CMS) and are responsible for preparing and maintaining sterile medical supplies and special equipment for medical treatment facilities. The operating room specialist also assists in the management of operating room suites.

20 Level

Performs circulatory services under the direct supervision on an RN as required. Sets up, positions, and operates specialized and advanced operating room equipment. Supervises and advises subordinate personnel.

Assists in the management of a six suite operating room (OR) in a __ bed community hospital averaging ____ surgical cases per month; coordinates the daily room assignments for __ OR technicians and ensures all surgical suites are adequately staffed and all equipment is functioning properly; directly supervises, counsels and mentors four Soldiers; performs daily inspections of the OR to ensure a safe, clean, and organized environment for patients; assists with the maintenance and management of medical equipment valued over $________; conducts in-services and non-medical training for __ staff members.

30 Level

Supervises contract equipment installations and performs acceptance inspections of contract compliance. Develops medical maintenance SOPs. Conducts training of subordinate maintenance personnel. Prepares and conducts In-Service PMCS training programs for medical equipment operators. Serve as advisor to senior personnel on medical maintenance operations in medical facilities and medical TO&E units.

Performs quality control and acceptance functions (to include Center for Devices and Radiological Health (CDRH) compliance testing or acceptance of Imaging Systems), at all levels of medical maintenance to include depot. Rebuilds and overhauls medical equipment and medical systems. Perform quality control functions relevant to the performance of medical maintenance operations. Participates in the planning of power and space requirements for installation medical equipment and medical systems and installs units to manufacturer’s specifications.

Troubleshoot malfunctioning or defective discrete electronic components and/or boards on 3 phase radiological systems, lasers, and other complex integrated medical and medically related systems. Effect repairs by replacing malfunctioning or defective discrete electronic components and/or boards on 3 phase radiological systems, lasers, other complex integrated medical systems and medically related systems.

40 Level

Coordinate activities of the OR and CMS with other elements of the medical treatment facility. Develops, monitors, and evaluates training. Establishes policies for and monitors exposure levels of sterilization chemicals and anesthetic gases with the OR. Participates in the preparation of the OR and CMS budget. Supervises and advises subordinate personnel.

Serves as NCOIC of PeriOperative Nursing Services in the largest Department of Defense Military Medical Center; responsible for the professional development of ___ Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen, DoD civilian, and contract personnel performing 1000 surgical cases per month including wounded warriors and our nation's leaders; ensures quality patient care within the Operating Room, Sterile Processing Department, Ambulatory/Short Stay Unit, and Post Anesthesia Care Unit; advisor to the Deputy Commander of Nursing Leadership for PeriOperative regulatory healthcare and training standards, provides departmental and organizational guidance.

Serves as NCOIC, Perioperative Nursing Section in a___bed Level III trauma Army Medical Center; provides oversight for the Operating Room, Central Material Service, Post-Anesthesia Care Unit, and the Same Day Surgery Ward; manages __ enlisted Soldiers and civilian paraprofessionals; responsible for a hand receipt worth over $_________; disseminates information, interprets and enforces Army regulations and nursing policies relevant to section administration and military mission; guides, trains, counsels and develops subordinates; develops and evaluates training program; advises Chief, Perioperative Nursing Section.

Serves as the NCOIC of the PeriOperative Nursing Services; oversees the patient care activities within the OR, CMS, PACU/SDS providing care and services for over ___ beneficiaries per month; maintains compliance with regulatory healthcare standards and training standards through departmental and organizational guidance; advisor to the DCN and Chief Wardmaster on CMS and surgical technicial practices and standards; responsible for professional growth and develpment of ___ NCOs, ____ junior enlisted and ___ civilian staff members; exercises custodial responsibility over equipment and supplies in multiple sections valued over $_____.

68E Dental Specialist

Assists the dental officer in prevention, examination, and treatment of diseases of teeth and oral region, or assists with the management of dental treatment facilities.

20 Level

Assist dental officer in prevention, examination, and treatment of diseases of teeth and oral region. Assists and advises subordinate personnel on supply economy procedures. Supervise the packing, unpacking, loading, setting up and storage of dental unit field equipment and shelters. Assist in presentation of training programs. Prepare the site for field dental treatment facilities. Assist with technical and administrative management of dental treatment facilities under the supervision of a dental NCO.

Preventive Dentistry Specialist: removes soft and hard deposits from teeth, teaches patients how to practice good oral hygiene, and provide other preventive dental care. Preventive Dentistry Specialists examine patients teeth and gums, recording the presence of diseases or abnormalities. They remove calculus, stains, and plaque from teeth; take and develop dental x rays; and apply cavity-preventive agents such as fluorides and pit and fissure sealants.

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Dental Laboratory Technician: performs procedures in fabrication and repair of removable and fixed dental prosthodontic appliances based on consultation requests. The technician fabricates fixed and removable precision appliances; fabricates simple and complex orthodontic, pedodontic, periodontic and surgical appliances; assists in fabricating maxillofacial appliances; manages the operational maintenance of laboratory equipment; orders and receives supplies.

Supervises activities of dental team in a dental facility; provides technical guidance; determines personnel requirements, establishes work priorities, organizes work schedules and duty assignments; instructs subordinates in work techniques and procedures; evalutes personnel performance, counsels personnel, and prepares evaluation reports; prepares administration, technical, patient and manpower reports.

30 Level

Supervise activities of dental teams, sections, or clinics in small fixed or mobile dental facilities. Provide technical guidance. Ensure comfort, safety, and cleanliness of dental facilities. Determines personnel requirements, establishes work priorities, organizes work schedules and assigns duties. Instructs subordinates in work techniques and procedures. Evaluates personnel performance, counsels personnel and prepares evaluation reports.

Supervise movements and establishment of field dental units. Prepares unit NBC plans and supervises procedures. Prepare administrative, technical, patient and manpower reports. Establishes and monitors stock level for supplies and equipment. Requisitions and maintains dental supplies and equipment.

Serves as squad leader for the Area Support Platoon on an MTOE, Dental Company (Area Support) supervising three Soldiers; trains new Soldiers to operate dental equipment; provides counseling and mentorship to Soldiers on career progression; takes interest in health, welfare and morale of Soldiers; supports the commander's intent on all policies and guidelines for the unit maintenance program; conduct inventories to identify shortages and deficiencies of $350,000 worth of dental equipment and vehicles to ensure 100% readiness to accomplish the unit mission.

Supervises the set up of field dental clinic; assists in four-handed dentistry including exams, endodontics, oral surgery, extractions, and restorative procedures; performs instrument sterilization; exposes dental radiographs, performs charting; manages patients records; seats patients; schedules appointments.

Served as a Dental Specialist in a brigade support battalion medical company in the ___ Brigade Combat Team; provided Echelon II combat dental health support for Forward Operating Base ____ consisting of ____ Soldiers, coalition forces, Afghan National Army, and civilian contractors; directly responsible for the health, welfare, morale, and combat readiness of two Soldiers; supervised the daily maintenance, readiness, and accountability of medical equipment valued in excess of $_____.

40 Level

Supervise activities of dental sections, clinics, medium sized fixed or mobile dental facilities. Prepare periodic and special reports concerning personnel, patients, dental care and treatment operations. Supervises and plans training in general military and MOS specific subjects. Coordinates the administrative activities and prepares dental treatment facility SOP. Revises topography of selected operational site and advises on the location of field treatment and sanitation facilities. Plans, develops and supervises loading plans for dental field organizations. Perform staff, budget and advisory duties.

50 Level

Serve as principal NCO of staff section, large dental clinic, dental laboratory, or dental organization. Supervises general administrative functions and coordinates personnel assignments. Evaluate training programs and requirements. Assist Commander in the administrative and technical supervision of subordinate dental facilities. Assist in the planning, development and management of the command budget programs. Coordinates and supervises unit preventive maintenance and supply programs. Assist in the development of operational plans. Provide technical assistance in planning and staffing of facilities.

68G Patient Administration Specialist

Supervises or performs administrative duties in patient administration division of hospital or other medical activity.

20 Level

Performs medical administrative duties in various departments or services of hospitals to include: Posting administrative entries in medical records; Scheduling patients for medical board action; Monitoring long-term patient rosters; Maintaining patient workload data from subordinate services; Audits medical records for quality control based on the nature of care and treatment given; and Releases medical information, answers inquiries and provides information from medical records to requesting parties as authorized.

30 Level

Reviews completed correspondence, records, and forms for administrative and technical correctness. Counsels eligible beneficiaries concerning military health care benefits. Counsels patients on physical disability processing procedures. Provide guidance to professional staff on cases requiring medical board action. Coordinate administrative aspects of medical board processing. Coordinate requests for care from other federal and civilian hospitals. Supervise performance of patient administration duties.

40 Level

Advise hospital staff on Joint Commission on Accreditation of Hospital pertaining to Medical Services to include: documentation, confidentiality, quality assurance, utilization review, and risk management. Coordinate medical care for military members, civilian emergencies, and other eligible beneficiaries. Manage MTF Defense Eligibility Enrollment Reporting System (DEERS). Serve as alternate Physical Evaluation Board Liaison Officer (PEBLO). Supervise performance of patient administrative duties.

Serves as the Headquarters Platoon Sergeant for a high OPTEMPO Medical Troop in a Stryker Cavalry Regiment consisting of _____ Troopers; trains, supervises and manages __ Troopers assigned to six specialty areas; maintains accountability and serviceability for organizational equipment including eight tactical vehicles, communication equipment and facilities valued at $_______; coordinates through communication channels patient evacuation requests; oversees day to day operations of the Troop's Orderly and Training Rooms.

50 Level

Establishes and maintains coordination with other military/civilian medical treatment facilities. Coordinate patient administration activities in regional medical commands. Supervise performance of patient administration duties.

68H Optical Laboratory Specialist

Assembles spectacles utilizing presurfaced single vision lens; surfaces multi-vision lens and assembles multi-vision spectacles; repairs and fabricates spectacles and supervises optical laboratory personnel.

20 Level

Performs prescription related administration.

Description needed

30 Level

Provides technical guidance, inspects completed spectacles, and insures quality control standards. Develops stock levels, requisitions, stores and maintains optical supplies and equipment. Prepares and conducts training programs and instructs on preventive maintenance and safety procedures.

 

40 Level

Determines personnel requirements, establishes priorities and organizes work schedules. Plan layout of work areas. Prepares and conducts training programs. Inspect to ensure a safe, clean and orderly working environment. Supervise quality control procedures. Drafts and prepares budget estimates and monitors records of cost data and expenditures. Perform staff, budget and advisory duties. Prepare other technical, administrative and personnel reports. Coordinate activities of optical laboratory with medical treatment facilities.

68J Medical Logistics Specialist

Performs or supervises requisitioning, receipt, inventory management, storage, preservation, issue, salvage, destruction stock control, quality control, property management, repair parts management, inspection, packing and shipping, care, segregation and accounting of medical supplies and equipment.

20 Level

Performs receipt, packing and shipping, care, inspection, quality control, segregation, inventory control, requisitioning, storage, preservation, issue, salvage, destruction, repair parts management, distribution, supply management, property management and accounting of medical supplies and equipment.

30 Level

Supervise small sized logistics division, medical supply, stock control, property management or storage activity.

40 Level

Supervise small sized logistics division, medical supply, stock control, property management or storage activity.

50 Level

Supervises large sized logistics division medical supply, stock control, property management and storage activity. Manage the functional areas pertaining to the highly specialized and technical materiel and services utilized in support of the health care delivery system. Exercises staff responsibility for units engaged in medical supply and service operations and other logistical support. Serve as a focal point for medical property management and accountability procedures. Advise staff on matters regarding supply and services support and other medical logistical functions. As a materiel manager, develops, coordinates, and supervises the supply support portion of an integrated logistics support plan. Duties are performed in MTOE/TDA organizations, both CONUS and OCONUS.

68K Medical Laboratory Specialist

Performs blood banking procedures and elementary and advanced examinations of biological and environmental specimens to aid in the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of disease and other medical disorders. MOS 68K personnel require manual dexterity and no aversion to the sight of blood or needles.

20 Level

Perform elementary blood banking and clinical laboratory procedures in hematology, immunohematology, clinical chemistry, serology, bacteriology, parasitology and urinalysis. Collects blood specimens by venipuncture and capillary puncture. Packs, unpacks, inspects, stores and distributes blood and blood products. Assembles, disassembles and maintains laboratory equipment. Supervise laboratory sections in the performance of their duties. Performs and monitors Quality Control and Assurance.

30 Level

Perform elementary and advanced blood banking and clinical laboratory procedures in hematology, immunohematology, clinical chemistry, serology, bacteriology, virology, mycology, toxicology, parasitology and urinalysis. Collects blood specimens by venipuncture and capillary puncture. Packs, unpacks, inspects, stores and distributes blood and blood products. Assembles, disassembles and maintains laboratory equipment. Supervise technical and administrative functions for a small medical laboratory. Train lower skill levels in all elementary laboratory procedures and contributes to process improvement.

40 Level

Perform advanced blood banking and clinical laboratory procedures. Supervise the technical and administrative functions for a medium medical laboratory. Develops and manages budgets, supplies and training work schedules. Establishes and analyzes quality control and assurance programs. Reviews and makes appropriate recommendations on doctrine and training policies and procedures. Supervise personnel blood storage and distribution units.

50 Level

Serves as general supervisor for large medical laboratory activities. Develop budgets, training schedules and authorization documents. Provide technical and administrative management, coordination, control and operational duties as the senior medical laboratory NCO. Evaluates training programs, devises solutions and implements improvements to training. Participate in a wide variety of studies and reviews. Advises command in strategic planning, risk management, blood management and all matters concerning enlisted Soldiers. Participate in command review, inspection and approval of subordinate unit activities.

68M Nutrition Care Specialist

Serves as an extender to the AOC 65C (dietitian) by providing medical nutrition care therapy to patients and staff as well as in support of humanitarian missions in field and fixed hospitals.

20 Level

Performs and supervises basic clinical dietetics functions in the dietary management and treatment of patients in nutrition clinics, clinical dietetics branches, health promotion and wellness clinics. Perform nutritional assessments and screening of individual patients for nutritional risk. Prepares and serves modified and regular food items in the management of the normal nutrition needs of individuals across the life span, i.e., infants through geriatrics and a diversity of people, cultures, and religions in support of the mission, under the supervision of a dietitian or senior NCO.

30 Level

Supervises the clinical dietetics management aspects in nutrition clinics, clinical dietetic branches, health promotion and wellness clinics and production and service branches. Supervise the performance of basic clinical dietetics functions in the dietary management and treatment of patients and staff. Supervise the nutritional assessment and screening of individual patients. Supervise the preparation and service of modified and regular food items in the management of the normal nutrition needs of individuals across the life span, i.e., infants through geriatrics and a diversity of people, cultures, and religions in support of the mission, under the supervision of a dietitian.

40 Level

Supervises the clinical dietetics management aspects in nutrition clinics, clinical dietetic divisions, health promotion and wellness clinics and production and service divisions. Supervise the performance of basic clinical dietetics functions in the dietary management and treatment of patients and staff. Supervise the nutritional assessment and screening of individual patients. Supervise the preparation and service of modified and regular food items in the management of the normal nutrition needs of individuals across the life span, i.e., infants through geriatrics and a diversity of people, cultures, and religions in support of the mission, under the supervision of a dietitian.

50 Level

Supervises the Nutrition Care Division. Manage the day-to-day operations of the division. Ensure that all resources are available to the division. Serve as the primary hand-receipt holder and budget manager. Ensures training for all staff members is conducted and coordinated with the Combat Support Hospital (CSH) for Medical Proficiency Training (MPT) in accordance with FORSCOM Regulation 350-1, in support of the hospital’s mission essential task list (METL).

68P Radiology Specialist

Operates fixed and portable radiology equipment or supervises radiology activities. MOS 68P personnel require good eye hand coordination and manual dexterity, no aversion to the sight of blood and be able to stand for long periods of time.

20 Level

Operates fixed and portable radiology equipment. Performs duties shown in preceding level of skill and provides technical guidance to lower grade personnel in accomplishment of their duties. Disseminate radiographic reports. Assembles radiographs for reading. Perform body section, prenatal and pediatric radiographic procedures. Performs follow up radiographic examinations of the digestive, urogenital, respiratory, vascular and nervous systems. Assist with special radiographic and fluoroscopic procedures. Requisitions and maintains necessary levels of radiographic/medical supplies. Evaluate radiographic personnel performance. Supervises packing, loading, unpacking, assembly and dissembling of radiology equipment and shelters.

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30 Level

Supervises large radiology activity. Perform duties shown in preceding level of skill. Establishes work priorities and distributors workload. Reviews, consolidates and prepares technical, personnel and administrative reports. Coordinates and prepare sites for installation of radiographic equipment. Manage0 personnel affairs, supply economy procedures and fiscal matters. Prepare manpower survey reports. Prepare the operating budget for Department of Radiology. Review operations to ensure compliance with Joint Commission on Accreditation of Health Care Organizations (JCAHO) standards.

40 Level

Provides tactical and technical expertise to subordinates and superiors in aviation operations. Plans, coordinates and supervises activities pertaining to organization, training, combat operations and combat intelligence. Coordinates implementation of operations, training programs and communications activities.

50 Level

Supervises radiology activity in MEDCEN, large MEDDAC or Combat Support Hospital (CSH). Perform duties shown in preceding level of skill. Instruct in the procedures for developing and conducting training of military and civilian radiographic technicians. Monitor the use, requirement, maintenance and management of resources.

68Q Pharmacy Specialist

Prepares, controls and issues pharmaceutical products under the supervision of a pharmacist or physician, or supervises pharmacy activities. MOS 68Q personnel require finger dexterity in both hands.

20 Level

Provides technical guidance to lower grade personnel in accomplishment of these duties. Prepares, controls and issues pharmaceutical products to include chemotherapeutics. Evaluate sterile products and orders to include calculations, identification of drug interactions and drug compatibilities. Maintain pharmacy system database.

30 Level

Assists with or supervises pharmacy operations. Prescription handling and dispensing: Refers questionable drug orders or questions on basic formulation to appropriate professional for clarification. Prepare master formula cards and drug control ledgers. Reviews and updates compounding formula reference file. Supervise requisitioning of standard and nonstandard supplies. Establishes and maintains stock levels. Researches and interprets pharmaceutical supply catalogs. Dispose of unserviceable and outdated pharmaceuticals. Organizes work schedules, assigns duties and instructs subordinates in work techniques, procedures and evaluates pharmacy operations. Establishes work priorities and distributes work load. Inspect pharmacy area to ensure orderly, clean and safe environment. Supervise operational maintenance program of pharmacy equipment. Prepares and conducts training programs. Evaluates personnel performance, counsels personnel and prepares evaluation reports. Prepares and updates pharmacy Standard Operating Procedure (SOP).

40 Level

Ensures compliance with quality control methods and procedures. Assist in compiling information for Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee Meetings. Assist in revision and update of hospital formulary or drug list. Reviews work schedules. Establishes, reviews, evaluates and makes necessary revisions to training programs. Ensure compliance with Army and Federal rules, laws and regulations relative to pharmacy operations. Directs and supervises supply inventories. Reviews established stock levels to ensure compliance with command guidance. Reviews requisitions for standard and nonstandard items and emergency medications. Reviews, consolidates and prepares technical, personnel and administrative reports. Assists pharmacist in personnel matters. Prepare manpower survey reports. Coordinate pharmacy and personnel matters pertaining to pharmacy with other elements of medical treatment facility. Review operations to ensure compliance with Joint Commission Accreditation Hospital Organizations (JCAHO) standards.

50 Level

Supervises pharmacy activities within the Army Medical Department (AMEDD). Perform duties shown in preceding level of skill. Assist in establishment and operation of formal training programs for specialized areas. Ensure compliance with quality control standards for doctrinal material in formal training programs. Compile information for Pharmacy and Therapeutic Committee Meeting.

68R Veterinary Food Inspection Specialist

Supervises the inspection of, or inspects meat, poultry, water foods, eggs, dairy products, operational rations, fresh fruits and vegetables in depots, supply points, and on military installations to assure a safe, high quality food supply for DoD personnel in all environments with emphasis on the field wartime environment.

20 Level

Develops statistical sampling procedure. Collects, prepares, and transmits samples to laboratory for testing. Reviews laboratory test results and compares to product requirements. Records contractual deficiencies and initiates recommendations for corrective actions. Conducts subsistence quality assurance inspections in food handling establishments, evaluates and recommends corrective actions for unsanitary conditions. Prepares and maintains quality history record and product verification record and distributes as required. Perform pest management, monitoring of packaged water supplies, and field sanitation procedures. Conduct sanitary inspections in military and commercial facilities. Maintain MTOE and TDA organizational equipment.

30 Level

Develops and directs procurement quality assurance activities in contractor establishments. Supervises small food inspection or combined veterinary service unit. Supervises the food inspection equipment maintenance program, prepares and conducts technical training. Monitors subordinate personnel performance, performs counseling and prepares evaluation reports. Assist veterinarian in control of zoonotic diseases and other animal diseases of military concern and significance. Reviews, consolidates and analyzes food inspection reports. Conduct sanitary inspections in military and commercial facilities. Conducts NBC surveys and decontaminates subsistence supplies. Utilize as the subject matter expert and team leader for the food protection quality assurance program.

40 Level

Supervises medium sized or combined veterinary service unit. Coordinates transportation, administration, and logistical support of food inspectors and animal care specialists assigned to local activities and at remote sites. Develops, evaluates, and directs individual and collective training programs. Reviews, consolidates and prepares technical reports. Reviews and updates publications. Prepares and reviews correspondence. Serve as advisor to veterinary officer in developing food product quality assurance programs. Supports a variety of administrative and programs related ancillary duties associated with installation and MSC operations.

50 Level

Supervises large combined veterinary service units or serves on veterinary staff. Coordinate veterinary service activities with all elements of Department of Defense organizations, veterinary staff elements, and subordinate organizations. Participates in command review of subordinate unit activities, evaluates training programs, and provides recommendations for improvement. Develop budgets, training schedules, and authorization documents. Assists commander in strategic planning, risk management procedures, tactical communication plans, and advises commander on all issues involving enlisted soldiers.

68S Preventive Medicine Specialist

Conducts or assists with preventive medicine inspections, surveys, control operations and preventive medicine laboratory procedures, supervises preventive medicine facilities, or serves on preventive medicine staff.

20 Level

Conducts preventive medicine inspections, surveys and control operations and assists with preventive medicine laboratory procedures. Supervise subordinate personnel in the performance of their duties.

30 Level

Supervises small preventive medicine services or units. Organize water, food sanitation, hospital environment, entomological, epidemiological and environmental stress surveillance programs. Analyzes and evaluates collected data. Supervise technical and administrative functions of preventive medicine activities.

40 Level

Supervises medium size preventive medicine services or medical teams/detachments. Assist with development of unit defense plans and operational orders. Reviews and makes appropriate recommendations on doctrine and training literature. Maintain intelligence information and records. Establish quality control procedures for inspection programs and laboratory analysis. Develop community health education programs. Evaluates existing preventive medicine programs and modifies as necessary to meet the needs of the population served.

50 Level

Supervises large preventive medicine services or units, or serves on preventive medicine staff. Staff activities include writing, developing and coordinating command wide regulations and policies relating to preventive medicine services. Participate in command review and approval of subordinate unit activities. Assist in planning and placement of field medical units. Evaluates training programs and provides recommendations for improvement. Participate in studies and reviews. Maintain records of strength, location and employment of preventive medicine assets.

68T Animal Care Specialist

Supervises or provides the care, management, treatment, and sanitary conditions for animals, with a primary responsibility of prevention and control of diseases transmitted from animal to man and comprehensive care for government owned animals.

20 Level

Provides technical guidance, management, and training to junior personnel. Performs advanced emergency medical procedures on animals such as triage, tracheotomy, burn and poison management, venous cutdown, and insertion of stomach tubes. Operate mechanical respirators, heart monitors, and gas sterilizer apparatus. Supervises non-appropriated fund activities, day-to-day operations, supply management and patient administration procedures. Prepares budgets, trains handlers in emergency care of animals, and assists on research protocol teams. Maintain clinical and organizational equipment.

30 Level

Develops and establishes standard operating procedures for operations of veterinary treatment facilities. Assists in scheduling, conducting, and evaluating training of veterinary service enlisted personnel. Coordinate procurement of high dollar value equipment. Reviews, consolidates, and prepares technical reports. Perform as a liaison for the veterinary officer to interact with installation medical authorities, installation commanders, and civilian agencies.

40 Level

Schedules, monitors, and evaluates the unit training program and maintains unit/individual training records. Assist the commander in preparing, monitoring, and evaluating the unit operations plan. Compiles and evaluates management and personnel data. Review operations of veterinary service to ensure compliance with laws and regulations regarding humane care and treatment of animals. Monitors laboratory animal procurement procedures and serves on laboratory animal protocol boards. Provide technical assistance in planning, staffing, and modifying existing animal facilities. Supports a variety of administrative and program related ancillary duties associated with installation and Major Subordinate Command (MSC) operations.

68V Respiratory Specialist

Assists the physician in the care, examination and treatment of acute and chronic diseases of the respiratory and cardiac region or assists with the management of the respiratory care areas at both the general and intensive care areas.

20 Level

Receives orders on treatment requested by the physician. Gathers and checks equipment, takes history, and assesses the patient. Documents results on treatment, administers drugs as ordered, troubleshoot any problems that occur with patient during treatment. Place patient on continuous ventilator care if ordered. Adjust treatment to situation. Perform pulmonary functions, additional assessments (i.e. blood gases) as required, transports patients needing ventilator support by air and/or land. Perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation on both adults and infants. Calculates and runs blood gas machines. Draws up and calculates drug as ordered.

30 Level

Provides mechanical guidance, management and training to junior personnel. Performs and assists in advanced medical procedures such as thoracentesis, bronchoscopy and tracheal intubation. Operate sterilizing equipment and patient transport apparatus. Prepares budget, train other medical care personnel on respiratory support and assists in research on practical teams. Schedules, conducts and evaluates in-service training of respiratory care personnel. Reviews, consolidates, and prepares technical reports. Perform as a liaison for pulmonary care officer with installation medical authorities, commanders and crucial agencies.

40 Level

Schedules, monitors, and evaluates unit training. Maintain unit training records. Assists commander in preparing, maintaining and evaluates management and personnel data. Monitor departmental procedures to assure compliance with government regulations. Serve on disciplinary and specialty boards. Develops mobilization plans for superiors. Coordinate requests for care to outside agencies. Supervises home care programs. Coordinates proper short course and advanced training programs.

68W Health Care Specialist

Provides emergency medical treatment, limited primary care, force health protection, evacuation in a variety of operational and clinical settings from point of injury or illness through the continuum of military health care and, as a field combat medic, provides emergency medical care/treatment at point of wounding on the battlefield or to battle and non-battle casualties during wartime.

 

20 Level

Administers emergency and routine medical treatment to battle and non-battle casualties, assists with outpatient care and treatment and supervises field and clinical medical facilities under the supervision of a physician, nurse, or physician’s assistant.

Senior Company Medic: Senior Company Medic for a _#_ man SBCT Infantry Rifle Company preparing to deploy in support of Operation ________; responsible for the training of _#_ subordinate medics to include routine and advanced care and treatment of medical patients and combat casualties; responsible for Combat Lifesaver (CLS) training and re-certification within the Company; oversees routine sick call for the Company; assists the Company First Sergeant and Executive Officer in the planning and execution of casualty care and evacuation in support of operations; responsible for the maintenance and accountability of MTOE equipment valued at over $____#_____.

30 Level

Supervise activities of field, clinical and mobile treatment facilities.

40 Level

Supervise para-professional medical service activities in large fixed and mobile treatment facilities.

50 Level

Supervises and provides technical guidance within the Army Medical Department and Army Special Staff Activities.

68X Mental Health Specialist

Under the supervision of a psychiatrist, social worker, psychiatric nurse, psychologist, assists with the management and treatment in/out patient mental health activities, during peace time or mobilization; collects and records psychosocial and physical data; counsels and treats clients/patients with personal, behavioral or mental health problems.

20 Level

Collects and records psycho-social and physical data and assists with care and treatment of psychiatric and drug and alcohol patients and counsels clients/patients with personal, behavioral or psychological problems.

30 Level

Collects and records psychosocial and physical data and assists with direct treatment of psychiatric, drug and alcohol patients, with the management of psychiatric in/out patient settings, counsel clients/patients with personal, behavioral or psychological problems and assists with management of mental health activity.

40 Level

Assists professional staff with management and supervision of patient treatment in inpatient and outpatient mental health activities. Assists professional staff in the supervision of patient treatment programs, personnel matters, supply economy procedures, fiscal, technical and administrative matters.

Additional Duties

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