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Ordnance Corps Duty description

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89A Ammunition Stock Control and Accounting Specialist

Operates the Standard Ammunition and Accounting System (SAAS) computer hardware and software/utilities manual records to perform stock control and accounting procedures.

20 Level

Supervises lower grade Soldiers, and provides technical guidance to the Soldiers in the accomplishment of their duties.

89B Ammunition Specialist

Receives, stores and issues conventional ammunition, guided missiles, large rockets and other ammunition related items; performs maintenance (unit, direct support and general support) modification, destruction and demilitarization on ammunition and explosive components.

20 Level

Supervises lower grade Soldiers and provides technical guidance to the Soldiers in the accomplishment of their duties. Assist in the preparation of transportation of ammunition, ammunition components and explosives.

30 Level

Supervises lower grade Soldiers and provides technical guidance to the Soldiers in the accomplishment of their duties. Prepares/reviews ammunition storage waivers. Prepare complex ammunition malfunction reports. Ensures ammunition quality assurance/quality control procedures are followed.

40 Level

Supervises lower grade Soldiers and provides technical guidance to the Soldiers in the accomplishment of their duties. Interprets technical data and instructs subordinates in the technical aspects of ammunition, missile and other explosive items receipt, storage, maintenance and supply. Technical advisor on ammunition surveillance and safety matters.

50 Level

Supervises lower grade Soldiers and provides technical guidance to the Soldiers in the accomplishment of their duties. Supervises and manages the SAAS-MOD at theater, theater Army, area command and Corps materiel management centers (CMMC). Assists in the survey and layout of areas allocated for the establishment of ammunition storage areas. Plans requirements for labor, equipment and supplies in preparation and application of plans, work policies and procedures.

89D Explosive Ordnance Disposal EOD Specialist

Locates, identifies, renders safe and disposes of foreign and domestic conventional, biological, chemical, or nuclear ordnance and improved explosive devices (IED); weapons of mass destruction and large vehicle bombs; conducts intelligence gathering operations of first seen foreign ordnance; supports VIP missions for the U.S. Secret Service, State Department and other Federal agencies.

20 Level

Supervises and provides technical guidance to less experience Soldiers. Perform radiological monitoring. Reads and interprets x-rays, diagrams, drawings and other technical information on explosive ordnance. Conduct formal instruction to military and civilian audiences. Assist with the administrative duties necessary to support unit operations. Assist in preparing technical intelligence and incident reports.

30 Level

Performs or supervises render safe and disposal procedures on conventional, biological, chemical and improvised explosive devices. Develops new render safe and disposal procedures where none exist or modifies existing procedures to adapt to new situations. Supervise transportation and storage of explosives and hazardous unexploded ordnance. Supervise operation of the ECCS and EPDS. Advises commanders on precautions and actions necessary when unexploded ordnance is located in their area of operation. Prepare technical intelligence and incident reports. Advise military and civilian agencies on disposition of hazardous unexploded ordnance and searching techniques for improvised explosive devices. Perform administrative and supervisory functions in maintenance, security, supply and training management. Procedure when none exists or modifies existing procedures to adapt to new situations. Supervise transportation and storage of explosives and unexploded ordnance.

40 Level

Directs and supervises EOD range and area access operations. Direct disposal operations for conventional and chemical munitions. Coordinate EOD operations with Chemical Accident/Incident Response Officer (CAIRO) and Nuclear Accident/Incident Response Officer (NAIRO). Performs and maintains liaison with supported units and civil and federal law enforcement agencies. Assist in planning, coordination and execution of unit operations and movements. Assist in preparation of operation orders and standing operating procedures. Consolidate, edits and reviews reports.

50 Level

Responsible for maintaining continuity of all unit operations and movements. Supervise coordination and deployment of EOD response teams over a wide geographical area. Supervise establishment and maintenance of situation maps, journals and technical intelligence reports. Technical advisor at staff levels. Supervise CONUS operations that support VIP missions for the U.S. Secret Service, State Department and other Federal agencies. Implement orders, policies and procedures. Perform personnel management operations at brigade/battalion level for assigned personnel.

91A M1 Abrams Tank System Maintainer

Supervises and performs field maintenance.

20 Level

Supervises junior grade Soldiers and provides technical guidance to the Soldiers in the accomplishment of their duties. Diagnoses and corrects malfunctions of various subsystems. Assist skill level 1 Soldiers with troubleshooting and maintenance tasks on the M1 tank.

30 Level

Supervises skill level 1 and 2 Soldiers and provides technical guidance to the Soldiers in the accomplishment of their duties, supervises recovery operations and performs battlefield damage assessment and repair (BDAR) on all systems.

40 Level

Supervises skill level 1 through 3 Soldiers and provides technical guidance to the Soldiers in the accomplishment of their duties. Supervise the inspection and troubleshooting of M1 Abrams automotive and armament systems.

91B Wheeled Vehicle Mechanic

Supervises and performs field and sustainment level maintenance and recovery operations on light and heavy wheeled vehicles, their associated trailers and material handling equipment (MHE).

20 Level

Supervises and provides technical guidance to lower grade Soldiers in the accomplishment of their duties. Conduct in-process inspection/troubleshooting procedures, during repairs and overhaul of engines, transmissions and power train major assemblies and components, hydraulic system and fuel system components. Supervise recovery team performance of wheeled vehicle recovery operations.

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30 Level

Supervises and provides technical guidance to lower grade Soldiers in the accomplishment of their duties. Supervise compliance with shop safety program and use, maintenance and security of hand and shop power tools. Supervises and performs diagnostic troubleshooting to determine maintenance repair criteria using Test Measurement Diagnostic Equipment (TMDE). Performs equipment classification inspections and annotate and submit appropriate forms and documents. Supervise wheeled vehicle recovery operations. Perform battlefield damage and assessment and repair (BDAR).

91C Utilities Equipment Repairer

Supervises and performs field and sustainment level maintenance to include utilities equipment and special purpose support systems.

20 Level

Supervises lower grade Soldiers and provides technical guidance to the Soldiers in the accomplishment of their duties.

30 Level

Performs quartermaster and chemical equipment repairer (MOS 91J) duties, supervises lower grade Soldiers and provides technical guidance to the Soldiers in the accomplishment of their duties. Inspects and troubleshoots petroleum, oil and lubrication equipment, smoke generators, laundry and bath units, chemical equipment, water purification equipment systems, portable forced air heaters,  bottle cleaning/charging station, air conditioner units, refrigeration units and fire extinguisher recharger. Perform maintenance management activities, including production and quality control.

91D Power Generation Equipment Repairer

Supervises and performs field and sustainment level maintenance functions, including overhaul, but not rebuild of power generation equipment, internal combustion engines and associated equipment up through 200KW (except for turbine engine driven generators).

20 Level

Supervises lower grade Soldiers and provides technical guidance to the Soldiers in the accomplishment of their duties. Repairs/overhauls starters, alternators, generators, fuel injectors, voltage regulators, switches, control circuits, etc.

30 Level

Supervises lower grade Soldiers and provides technical guidance to the Soldiers in the accomplishment of their duties. Supervise activities of a section performing field or sustainment maintenance on tactical utility, precise power generation sets, internal combustion engines and associated equipment. Apply maintenance management and quality control including production and quality control in maintenance activities.

91E Allied Trades Specialist (Machinist)

Supervises and performs the fabrication, repair and modifications of metallic and nonmetallic parts and supervises metalworking shop activities.

20 Level

Supervises lower grade Soldiers and provides technical guidance to the Soldiers in the accomplishment of their duties.

30 Level

Performs metal workers (MOS91F) duties, supervises lower grade Soldiers and provides technical guidance to the Soldiers in the accomplishment of their duties. Inspects completed work.

91F Small Arms / Artillery Repairer

Supervises and performs the fabrication, repair and modifications of metallic and nonmetallic parts and supervises metalworking shop activities.

20 Level

Supervises lower grade Soldiers and provides technical guidance to the Soldiers in the accomplishment of their duties.

30 Level

Performs metal workers (MOS91F) duties, supervises lower grade Soldiers and provides technical guidance to the Soldiers in the accomplishment of their duties. Inspects completed work.

91G Fire Control Repairer

Supervises, and performs sustainment support maintenance on combat vehicle, infantry and artillery fire control systems and equipment, and related test equipment.

20 Level

Supervises lower grade Soldiers and provides technical guidance to the Soldiers to diagnose and troubleshoot malfunctions in fire control systems and related equipment at the sustainment maintenance level.

91H Track Vehicle Repairer

Supervises and performs field or sustainment level maintenance on tracked vehicles (other than the M1, M2, and M109 family of vehicles).

20 Level

Supervises junior grade Soldiers and provides technical guidance to the Soldiers in the accomplishment of their duties.

30 Level

Supervises junior grade Soldiers, and provides technical guidance to the Soldiers in the accomplishment of their duties. Supervise the repair of fuel systems, fuel system components, electrical systems, electrical system components, diesel engines, cooling systems, transmissions, brake systems, steering systems, hydraulic systems, and auxiliary drives. Inspects and troubleshoots trackeded vehicle automotive systems and classifies equipment.

91J Quartermaster and Chemical Equipment Repairer

Supervises or performs unit and direct support and general support (DS/GS) maintenance on chemical equipment, quartermaster machinery, forced air-heaters, and special purpose equipment.

20 Level

Supervises lower grade Soldiers and provides technical guidance to the Soldiers in the accomplishment of their duties.

91K Armament Repairer

Supervises and performs field and sustainment level maintenance/repairs on the mechanisms/systems of tank turrets/weapons, fighting vehicles, towed/self-propelled artillery, small arms and other infantry weapons.

20 Level

Supervises lower grade Soldiers and provides technical guidance to the Soldiers in the accomplishment of their duties. Repair turret mechanisms and tank weapons. Troubleshoots and corrects malfunctions. Provides technical advice and assists in assembling and disassembling the mechanisms and systems of turrets, cupolas, tank weapons, and self-propelled artillery.

30 Level

 Performs small arms/artillery repairer (MOS 91F) duties, performs fire control repairer (MOS 91G) duties, supervises lower grade Soldiers and provides technical guidance to the Soldiers in the accomplishment of their duties. Inspects and troubleshoots fire control system components, towed artillery fire control systems, self-propelled artillery fire control systems, tank fire control systems, towed artillery armament systems, self-propelled artillery armament systems, fighting vehicle armament systems, tank armament systems, small arms weapons, classifies equipment.

40 Level

Supervises lower grade Soldiers and provides technical guidance to the Soldiers in the accomplishment of their duties. Perform as senior advisor and supervisor of ordnance maintenance and repair crews engaged in DS/GS and depot maintenance on all mechanisms and systems of armament/fire control turrets, artillery, and small arms.

91L Construction Equipment Repairer

Supervises and performs field or sustainment level maintenance on construction equipment which includes that used for earthmoving, grading, and compaction; lifting and loading; quarrying and rock crushing; asphalt and concrete mixing, and surfacing; water pumping; air compression and pneumatic tools; and powered bridging.

20 Level

Supervises lower grade Soldiers and provides technical guidance to the Soldiers in the accomplishment of their duties. Troubleshoot, repair and overhaul engines, final drives, power trains, hydraulic systems, and fuel system components. Perform welding and cutting to accomplish repairs.

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30 Level

Supervises lower grade Soldiers and provides technical guidance to the Soldiers in the accomplishment of their duties. Supervise and inspect maintenance of construction, powered bridging and associated equipment. Perform troubleshooting of engines, power trains, fuel and electrical systems, hydraulic systems, earth-moving components and pneumatic equipment.

91M Bradley Fighting Vehicle System Maintainer

Supervises and performs unit maintenance and select on-board direct support task i.e., major assembly and LRU replacement on the M2/M3 A1/A2 series Bradley fighting vehicle (BFV), M6 Linebacker, and M7 Bradley Fighting Infantry Support Team (BFIST) (hull and turret).

20 Level

Supervises Soldiers and provides technical guidance to the Soldiers in the accomplishment of their duties. Diagnoses and corrects malfunctions of various subsystems, performs on-board direct support tasks i.e., major assembly replacement. Assist skill level one Soldiers with troubleshooting and maintenance tasks.

30 Level

Supervises skill level 1 and 2 Soldiers and provides technical guidance to the Soldiers in the accomplishment of their duties, supervises recovery operations and performs BDAR on all systems.

40 Level

Supervise aircraft maintenance and technical inspection activities. Determines man hours, personnel, parts and facility requirements to repair aircraft and associated equipment. Plan aircraft maintenance areas, component repair, shops and facilities. Instructs subordinates in aircraft repair and technical inspection techniques and procedures according to directives, technical manuals, work standards, and operational policies. Maintains supply economy and discipline. Supervise the technical training program. Prepares evaluations, special reports, and records pertaining to aircraft maintenance repair and related activities. Recommends and administers plans and policies.

Serves as a Platoon Sergeant in a ___ Company; responsible for the health, welfare and training of nine Non-commissioned officers, ___ warrant officers and ___ Soldiers; supervises scheduled and unscheduled aircraft maintenance; provides technical guidance, diagnosis, and troubleshooting of aircraft and aircraft systems; coordinates mission scheduling of __ _________ Helicopters; supervises aircrew readiness level progressions and annual proficiency and readiness training evaluations; responsible for equipment valued in excess of $___________.

91P Artillery Mechanic

Supervises and performs unit maintenance and recovery of all self-propelled field artillery cannon weapon systems, including automotive, turret, carriage-mounted armament, associated fire control systems, and chemical protection subsystems thereof.

20 Level

Supervises lower grade Soldiers and provide technical guidance to the Soldiers in the accomplishment of their duties. Troubleshoots, inspects and corrects malfunctions in automotive systems, turret, carriage mounted armament, associated fire control systems and chemical protection subsystems of self-propelled field artillery weapon systems and supporting track vehicles.

30 Level

Supervises lower grade Soldiers and provide technical guidance to the Soldiers in the accomplishment of their duties. Perform battlefield damage assessment and repair (BDAR) of track vehicle armament/automotive systems. Inspects, troubleshoots and diagnoses faults in armament and automotive systems of the M109-series howitzer, M992 Field Artillery Ammunition Carrier (FAAC) and the M88A1 Medium Track Recovery Vehicle. Supervise recovery operations.

40 Level

Supervises lower grade Soldiers and provide technical guidance to the Soldiers in the accomplishment of their duties. Supervise the performance of battlefield damage assessment and repair (BDAR). Direct recovery operations.

91S Stryker Systems Maintainer

20 Level

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91Z Mechanical Maintenance Supervisor

Supervises, plans, coordinates, and directs the unit, direct support and general support (DS/GS) maintenance of all mechanical equipment.

Brigade Maintenance NCOIC for the ___________ Brigade an integrated, multi-component, Operations Brigade consisting of _#_ battalions _#_ Active Component and _#_ Reserve Components located across a _#_ state area operating from __Base___.  Serves as the senior enlisted advisor to the Brigade Maintenance Technician and the Brigade S4; responsible for the maintaining and accurate reporting of over _#_ pieces of equipment valued at over $___________; responsible for coordinating maintenance with external agencies and maintaining a _#_ vehicle GSA fleet valued in excess of $___________.

94A Land Combat Electronic Missile System Repairer

Supervises or performs direct support and general support (DS/GS) level maintenance on the TOW and Dragon missile systems, the Bradley Fighting Vehicle System (BFVS) and Javelin system.

20 Level

Provides technical guidance to lower grade personnel in the accomplishment of their duties. Perform quality control measures. Installs equipment modifications and provides technical assistance to supported units.

30 Level

Establishes workloads and repair priorities; organizes work schedules, assigns duties, instructs subordinates in work techniques, and procedures for receipt, storage, inspection, testing, and repair of equipment. Implements quality control/quality assurance measures and performs initial and final inspection of equipment maintenance. Performs administrative functions in establishing and maintaining maintenance records.

40 Level

Supervises and coordinates support maintenance on Tube-Launched, Optical Tracked, Wire Guided Missile (TOW), Dragon, BFVS, TOW Field Test Set (TFTS), Javelin and Multiple Launch Rocket System (MLRS) missile systems. Serves as section chief or platoon sergeant of detachment, platoon, company, or comparable unit.

94D Air Traffic Control Equipment Repairer

Performs or supervises field and sustainment level maintenance and installation of ATC communication systems, navigational aid systems (NAVAIDS), and landing systems.

20 Level

Performs maintenance duties that are more complex and beyond the scope and experience of those encountered by the skill level one repairer. Supervises and leads teams of ATC equipment repairers. Provides technical assistance to both subordinates and supported users. Supervises the operation and proper use of TMDE. Schedules and performs user maintenance on TMDE, tools, and special test equipment. Performs final or quality control inspection of repaired equipment and maintenance documents. Provides shop supervisor with equipment repair status, priorities, and necessity for bench stock resupply. Maintains maintenance facility technical library.

30 Level

Performs maintenance duties that are more complex and beyond the scope and experience of those encountered by the skill level two repairer. Supervises and leads sections of ATC equipment repairers. Establishes work load, work schedules, and repair priorities. Assigns priority of work for job requests. Supervises final or quality control inspection of repaired equipment and maintenance documents. Supervises calibration and shop safety programs. Serves as principal maintenance NCO in an ATC company, platoon or section.

40 Level

Manages maintenance facilities and leads platoons. Manages calibration, quality assurance, and quality control programs for maintenance facilities. Coordinates for maintenance and repair of ATC equipment. Provides input to unit systems status reports. Maintains applicable administrative and maintenance files and inspects TAMMS and repair parts records. Recommends Prescribed Load List (PLL), shop stock, and bench stock changes. Manages supply operations for maintenance facilities. Coordinates with organizations and contractors for maintenance support and assistance. Ensures regulatory compliance with Department of Defense (DoD) and national level directives governing Information Assurance (IA) policies and procedures. Prepares technical reports on ATC equipment.

50 Level

Manages and leads companies and major electronic maintenance, training, and logistic activities. Responsible for all aspects of maintenance and integration operations. Determines training, maintenance, and repair priorities based on personnel, equipment, supply resources, and unit requirements. When assigned to staff positions, prepares technical studies, special reports, correspondence, and records pertaining to maintenance and integration operations. Assists in planning, establishing, and maintaining the logistical support infrastructure of electronic systems and equipment during design, development, deployment, and sustainment. Advise senior leaders on maintenance concepts, requirements, and system life-cycle policies and procedures.

94E Radio and Communications Security (COMSEC) Repairer

Performs or supervises field and sustainment level maintenance on radio receivers, transmitters, COMSEC equipment, controlled cryptographic items (CCI), and associated equipment.

20 Level

Performs maintenance duties that are more complex and beyond the scope and experience of those encountered by the skill level one repairer. Provide technical assistance to both subordinates and supported users. Supervise the operation and proper use of TMDE. Schedules and performs user maintenance on TMDE, tools, and special test equipment. Perform final or quality control inspection of repaired equipment and maintenance documents. Provides shop supervisor with equipment repair status, priorities, and necessity for bench stock resupply. Maintain maintenance facility technical library. Ensures that National Security Agency (NSA) approved components are used in COMSEC/CCI repairs. Controls and accounts for COMSEC/CCI within the repair facility.

30 Level

Performs maintenance duties that are more complex and beyond the scope and experience of those encountered by the skill level two repairer. Supervises and leads sections or squads of electronic repairers. Establishes workload, work schedules, and repair priorities. Assign priority of work for job requests. Supervise final or quality control inspection of repaired equipment and maintenance documents. Supervise calibration and shop safety programs. Ensures repair functions comply with Army and NSA COMSEC/CCI specifications and policies.

94F Computer Detection Systems Repairer

Performs or supervises field and sustainment level maintenance and repair on microcomputers and electromechanical telecommunications equipment, Field Artillery (FA) digital devices, Global Positioning System (GPS) receivers, switchboards, telephones, associated wire instruments/equipment, night vision devices/equipment, laser and fiber optic systems, mine detection and dispensing systems, battlefield illumination devices, electronic azimuth determining devices, and nuclear, biological, and chemical (NBC) warning and measuring devices.

20 Level

Performs maintenance duties that are more complex and beyond the scope and experience of those encountered by the skill level one repairer. Provide technical assistance to both subordinates and supported users. Supervise the operation and proper use of TMDE. Schedules and performs user maintenance on TMDE, tools, and special test equipment. Perform final or quality control inspection of repaired equipment and maintenance documents. Provides shop supervisor with equipment repair status, priorities, and necessity for bench stock resupply. Maintains maintenance facility technical library.

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30 Level

Performs maintenance duties that are more complex and beyond the scope and experience of those encountered by the skill level two repairers. Supervises and leads sections or squads of electronic repairers. Establishes workload, work schedules, and repair priorities. Assign priority of work for job requests. Supervise final or quality control inspection of repaired equipment and maintenance documents. Supervise calibration and shop safety programs.

94H Test, Measurement, and Diagnostic Equipment (TMDE) Maintenance Support Specialist

Performs and supervises duties involving the calibration and repair of general purpose TMDE, selected special purpose TMDE, Radiation Detecting, Indicating, and Computing (RADIAC) equipment, calibration standards and accessories. Operate TMDE and calibration standards. Operates and performs preventive maintenance and checks and services (PMCS) on assigned vehicles and equipment. Installs, operates and performs PMCS on power generators.

20 Level

Provides technical assistance to skill level one. Performs cross checks of calibration standards through inter-comparison of team calibration standards. Perform Area TMDE Support Team (ATST) production control procedures. Receive, schedules and tracks equipment turned in for calibration or repair. Maintains maintenance records and files, and provides reports to supported units. Demonstrates proper maintenance and troubleshooting techniques to junior personnel. During split-based mode of operation: Supervises and establishes workload priorities within split section of an ATST; and coordinates with Sustainment Brigade and supported units for turn in and pick up of TMDE.

30 Level

Supervises and manages TMDE calibration and repair support field and sustainment level maintenance for all supported organizations. Maintains hand receipt for ATST. Develops and implements standard operating procedures related to shop safety and TMDE calibration and repair. Coordinates with Sustainment Brigade and supported units for turn in and pick up of TMDE. Direct procedures for receipt, storage, inspection, testing, and repair of items. Establishes priorities within the ATST and distributes workload to the team. Responsible for ensuring that re-certification of team calibration standards is accomplished by the Area Calibration Laboratory. Develops and directs the ATST quality assurance, quality control (QA/QC) program, performs duties as ATST QA/QC inspector, and implements quality control procedures. Oversees maintenance records and calibration reports within the ATST and provides reports to higher headquarters to include Sustainment Brigade and the U.S. Army TMDE Activity (USATA). Ensures all procedures and records pertaining to radiation safety, and the calibration program, are implemented and maintained in accordance with U.S. code, Federal, and Army regulations. Organizes and conducts on the job training (OJT) programs. Demonstrate proper maintenance and troubleshooting techniques. Enforce proper work practices. Prepares maintenance reports and develops load plans. Coordinates the movement of ATST radioactive source and supervises the calibration and repair support of RADIAC equipment. Acts as the local radiation protection officer (LRPO) and performs custodial duties for the unit's radioactive calibration source.  

40 Level

Oversees and plans TMDE program for division or Corps. As TMDE maintenance subject matter expert provides oversight and planning for TMDE calibration and repair program for all division or corps organizations supported by Sustainment Brigade. Develops, coordinates, and implements standard operating procedures for customer support between ATSTs and supported units. Receives calibration reports from ATST and provides statistical analysis on reports to commanders, Corps and below, concerning trends requiring command level decision. Oversees TMDE maintenance records for division or Corps, tracks critical TMDE, and provides reports to higher headquarters. Establishes TMDE maintenance priorities within division or Corps, plans and coordinates priority workload to the ATSTs. Plans and coordinates with higher headquarters, ATSTs, and supported units for split based operations. Ensures ATSTs are properly positioned to provide calibration and repair support and ensures supported units understand location and procedure for TMDE support. Advises and coordinates with commanders at all levels, Corps and below, on the execution and planning of the TMDE maintenance program. Develops division or corps level TMDE QA/QC procedures, directs, and implements the division or Corps TMDE QA/QC program.

94M Radar Repairer

Performs or supervises unit, direct support and general support (DS/GS) level maintenance on SENTINEL (Ground Based Sensor) and FIREFINDER radar electronic assemblies and associated equipment. Performs or supervises DS/GS level maintenance on ground surveillance radar, associated equipment and meteorological equipment.

20 Level

Provides technical guidance to lower grade personnel. Provides technical assistance to supported units. Install equipment modifications. Complete maintenance and supply forms. Perform initial and final checkout and inspection of designated system items, assemblies, and subassemblies. Calibrate radar, organizational maintenance, and antenna alignment test sets.

30 Level

Establishes workload and repair priorities. Recommend procedures for receipt, storage, inspection, testing, and repair of SENTINEL, FIREFINDER, Surveillance radar and associated equipment. Determines faulty work practices and demonstrates proper maintenance and trouble shooting techniques. Organizes and conducts OJT programs. Implement quality control measures. Supervise inspection and maintenance team. Establishes and maintains maintenance records. Prepare maintenance reports. Advise supervisors on operational and maintenance matters.

94P Multiple Launch Rocket System Repairer

Supervises or performs direct and general support (DS/GS) level maintenance on multiple launch rocket system (MLRS) M270, M270A1 and High Mobility Artillery Rocket System (HIMARS), self propelled launcher loader (SPLL) (less carrier), launcher pod/container (LP/C) trainer, and test support group.

20 Level

Supervises lower rank Soldiers and provides technical guidance to Soldiers in the accomplishment of their duties. Provides technical assistance to supported units.

30 Level

Supervises subordinate MLRS repairers engaged in support maintenance activities. Supervise inspection and maintenance teams. Perform as maintenance quality assurance and quality control (QA/QC) inspector, and implements quality control measures. Performs initial, work in process, final and on site technical and quality control inspections. Monitors activities associated with maintenance of MLRS for potential problem areas and recommends improved procedures, if required. Identifies faulty work practices and demonstrates proper maintenance techniques. Organizes and conducts OJT programs.

40 Level

Supervises and coordinates support maintenance on TOW, DRAGON, BFVS, TFTS and MLRS missile systems.

94R Avionic and Survivability Equipment Repairer

Performs field and sustainment level maintenance on avionic navigation flight control systems, stabilization systems, equipment which operates using radar principles, and aircraft survivability equipment.

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20 Level

Performs maintenance duties that are more complex and beyond the scope and experience of those encountered by the skill level one repairer. Provides technical assistance to both subordinates and supported users. Supervises the operation and proper use of TMDE. Schedules and performs user maintenance on TMDE, tools, and special test equipment. Performs final or quality control inspection of repaired equipment and maintenance documents. Provides shop supervisor with equipment repair status, priorities, and necessity for bench stock re-supply. Maintain maintenance facility technical library.

30 Level

Performs maintenance duties that are more complex and beyond the scope and experience of those encountered by the skill level two repairer. Supervises and leads sections or squads of electronic repairers. Establishes workload, work schedules, and repair priorities. Assigns priority of work for job requests. Supervises final or quality control inspection of repaired equipment and maintenance documents. Supervise calibration and shop safety programs.

40 Level

Supervises and coordinates support maintenance on TOW, DRAGON, BFVS, TFTS and MLRS missile systems.

94S Patriot System Repairer

Performs or supervises direct and general support (DS/GS) level maintenance on the Patriot missile system, associated equipment and trainers.

20 Level

Performs tests and adjusts components to specific tolerances and determines shortcomings and malfunctions in electronic assemblies, subassemblies, modules and circuit elements with common and system peculiar test equipment. Isolates malfunctions using automatic and semi automatic program maintenance diagnostic software, unit self test and built in test equipment (BITE). Develops specialized computer software tests to evaluate suspected faults. Isolates system interface malfunctions. Determines serviceability and disposition of defective assemblies, subassemblies, modules and circuit elements. Repairs unserviceable items by removing and replacing defective components. Operates and performs unit level maintenance on standard and system peculiar test equipment. Performs quality control measures and serves on maintenance and inspection teams. Completes maintenance and supply forms. Provides technical assistance to supported units.

30 Level

Provides technical guidance to lower grade personnel in the performance of their duties. Performs initial, in process and final type inspections of designated system items and their assemblies, subassemblies, modules and circuit elements. Performs as maintenance technical inspector.

40 Level

Performs and supervises duties performed at preceding levels of skill. Implements quality control measures, determines faulty work practices and demonstrates proper maintenance and troubleshooting techniques. Establishes workloads and repair priorities. Establishes and maintains maintenance records. Supervises maintenance and inspection teams. Instructs lower ranking personnel in the technical aspects of the Patriot system. Prepares maintenance and supply forms.

50 Level

Performs and supervises duties performed at preceding levels of skill. Recommends procedures for receipt, storage, inspection, testing and repair of items. Organizes maintenance teams. Prepares maintenance reports.

94T Avenger System Repairer

Supervises, performs and inspects unit level, direct support and general support maintenance on Avenger system and associated components (less carrier and communications).

20 Level

Supervises lower rank Soldiers, and provides technical guidance to the Soldiers in the accomplishment of their duties. Provides technical assistance to supported units. Install equipment modifications.

30 Level

Supervises lower rank Soldiers, and provides technical guidance to the Soldiers in the accomplishment of their duties. Establish workload and repair priorities. Recommend procedures for receipt, storage, inspection, testing, and repair of the Avenger system and its components. Implement quality control measures. Maintains maintenance records and prepares maintenance reports.

94W Electronic Maintenance Chief

Supervises, monitors, and directs the electronics maintenance mission of the U.S. Army, and oversees and performs direct and general support (DS/GS) level maintenance of all Army standard electronics equipment, systems, and associated devices, to include communications security (COMSEC) and controlled cryptographic items (CCI) devices.

40 Level

Develops and implements unit level electronic maintenance programs. Develops and enforces policy and procedures for facility management. Organizes work schedules and instructs subordinate personnel in the technical maintenance of field communications and electronics equipment and systems, and associated devices. Ensures repair of COMSEC devices complies with published security requirements. Provides advice and technical assistance to commanders. Requests logistic support; assimilates and prepares reports and maintenance statistics.

50 Level

Interprets Army maintenance policy and writes technical and operational procedures used in command electronic maintenance operations. Serves as material management staff noncommissioned officer in field and garrison electronic maintenance operations. Inspects assigned electronic maintenance activities for compliance with repair priorities, quality control, and shop practices. Advises commander and staff on all aspects of electronic maintenance operations.

94Y Integrated Family of Test Equipment (IFTE) Operator and Maintainer

Operates, performs, and supervises unit, direct support and general support (DS/GS) level maintenance on the Base Shop Test Facility (BSTF), AN/TSM—191. Performs DS/GS level electronic maintenance, adjustments, tests, fault isolation, and repairs of supported system line replaceable units (LRU), shop replaceable units (SRU), and test program sets (TPS). Operates and performs preventive maintenance checks and services (PMCS) on assigned vehicles and power generators.

20 Level

Supervises lower rank soldiers and provides technical guidance to the Soldiers in the accomplishment of their duties. Installs BSTF equipment modifications, prepares maintenance and supply forms and records, and provides technical assistance for corrective maintenance procedures.

30 Level

Establishes workload and repair priorities. Recommend procedures for receipt, storage, inspection, testing and repair of items. Organizes and conducts on the job training (OJT) programs. Demonstrate proper maintenance and troubleshooting techniques. Determine faulty work practices. Prepare maintenance reports.

40 Level

Supervises and determines signal collection requirements and identification activities. Interprets and implements collection tasking, identifies and allocates resources to accomplish the collection effort. Determine mission objectives and priorities. Perform advanced levels signals analysis. Coordinate collection activities with other intelligence disciplines.

94Z Senior Electronic Maintenance Chief

Performs electronic maintenance staff functions. Provides technical advice to commanders and staff concerning Army electronic maintenance and electronic logistic support matters. Writes directives, policies and procedures which establishes Army electronic maintenance requirements. Serves as senior staff noncommissioned officer (NCO) in electronic maintenance school staff.

Intermediate Support Element (ISE) NCOIC responsible for the coordination and resolution of Sustainment Maintenance system outages to ___ Patriot Firing Battery's and ___ Headquarters Battery; provides quick response contact teams; utilizes sophisticated test equipment and complex schematics to correct system malfunctions; responsible for implementation, management, and supervision of ___ NCOs, ___ Soldiers, and their Families; conducts on-site repair of Patriot particular system equipment valued at over $___________; responsible for unit test equipment and vehicles worth over $_________; coordinates with civilian counterparts for higher level support.

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