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Sample NCOER Duty Descriptions

CMF 25 - Communications and Information Systems Operation



25B Information Technology Specialist

Echelon: Division Special Troops Battalion

Princple Duty Title: Information Technology NCO

Duty MOSC: 25B2O

Duty Description: Serves as an Information Technology NCO in a Division Special Troops Battalion; supervises, installs, operates and performs unit level maintenance on multi-functional/multi-user information processing systems, peripheral equipment, and associated devices in both tactical and garrison configurations; requisitions, receives, stores, issues, and accounts for COMSEC equipment, and associated keying material; enforces Army network security and information assurance policies; responsible for the morale, welfare, and professional development of three junior Soldiers; accounts for battalion automation equipment worth in excess of $100,000.


25U Signal Support Systems Specialist

Echelon: Division Special Troops Battalion

Princple Duty Title: Signal Support Systems NCO

Duty MOSC: 25U3O

Duty Description: Serves as a Signal Support Systems NCO in a Division Special Troops Battalion; supervises and integrates the installation, operation and maintenance of signal support systems, to include radio, wire, cable and battlefield automated systems; plans, and provides training and support for the Division’s local area networks, wide area networks and routers which service over 10,000 users; assists in staff supervision of information network security and Army Information assurance policies; responsible for the morale, welfare, and professional development of one junior NCO, and three Soldiers; responsible for automation equipment worth in excess of $250,000.


Echelon: Combat Support Hospital

Princple Duty Title: S6, NCOIC

Duty MOSC: 25U5O

Duty Description: Serves as the S6 NCOIC of a 90-bed Combat Support Hospital comprised of two Level III facilities at two locations in Iraq and in excess of 625 personnel in support of OIF XX-XX; advises and assists the commander, staff, and subordinate units on tactical and non-tactical communications systems, multi-functional and multi-user information processing systems and their applications; plans, supervises and coordinates projects; directly responsible for the health, welfare, and training of 16 Soldiers; accounts and maintains over $4,000,000 worth of garrison and tactical equipment.


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