Task Statement for Military Occupational Structure Identification - 00099 Intelligence Operator

A-MD-154-000/FP-000 - Appendix 1, Annex D

MOSID  00099 - Intelligence Operator (INT OP)

General Duties:

INT OP provide intelligence and advice on enemy and potential enemy capabilities, limitations, intentions, tactics, organizations and equipment. As such they compile data, prepare and present intelligence briefings and reports, prepare intelligence collection plans, and maintain intelligence data bases. Personnel belong to one of three environmental sub-occupations: SEA; LAND, and AIR. As such individuals must be able to carry out the duties detailed above in their sub-occupation environment be it in an operations centre, a ship, in the field, or at an air base.

MOSID Related Duties

Circle the X for each task that Mbr is UNABLE or UNFIT to perform.

Table J2 – INT OP
MOC Related Duties
INT OP
CWOMWOWOSGTMCPLCPLPTE
1. Load, unload and carry stores weighing up to 35 kg repeatedly for one hour.       X X X X
2. Remain highly alert for up to 16 hours per day. X X X X X X
3. Work up to 18 hours per day during operations or emergencies.    X X X X X X
4. Lift and carry weights of 25 kg up and down ladders, stairs or on/off vehicles.     X X X X X
5. Have the manual dexterity for typing up to 7 hours per day. X X X X
6. Concentrate under stress for long periods in adverse conditions while dealing with high ranking staff.  X  X X X X X X
7. Participate in emotionally demanding and distressing activities such as processing detainees, interrogations, hostile intelligence service harassment, and psychological operations. X X X X X X X
8. Bend or stretch continuously acquiring and replacing documents and electronic devices in filing cabinets/containers. X X X X X X X
9. Stand for up to 4 hours at a time. X X X  X X  X X
10. Sit for up to 12 hours at a time. X X X X X X X
11. Relay information clearly and accurately for up to 7 hours continuously.    X X X X X X
12. Concentrate for long periods monitoring multiple sensor displays and audio outputs.     X X X X X
13. Cope with stress and pressure associated with providing constant intelligence updates while meeting short-notice deadlines.   X X X  X X
14. Stare with intent concentration at a video display and or computer terminal for up to 12 hours per day.     X X X X X
15. Work for extended periods in confined spaces and reduced lighting in an ergonomically restricted work environment.   X X X X X X
16. During deployment, work in austere conditions with exposure to extreme elements. X X X X X X X

 

 

Table J3 – INT OP – SEA Sub-Occupation
MOC Related Duties
INT OP - SEA Sub-Occupation
CWOMWOWOSGTMCPLCPLPTE
1. Fight shipboard fires while wearing personal protective equipment for 1 hour. N/A X X X X X X
2. Perform seamanship duties exposed to all weather and climatic conditions and severe ship's motion. N/A   X X X X X

 

  

Table J4 – INT OP – LAND Sub-Occupation
MOC Related Duties
INT OP - LAND Sub-Occupation
CWOMWOWOSGTMCPLCPLPTE
1. Lift and carry up to 20 kg a distance of 10 km per day. N/A   X X X X X
2. Live in improvised shelters for up to 72 hours. N/A X X X X X X
3. Drive military vehicles in low / no light conditions and endure up to 4 hours sitting while jarring or bumping on cross-country travel. N/A X X X X X X

 

 

Table J5 – INT OP – AIR Sub-Occupation
MOC Related Duties
INT OP - AIR Sub-Occupation
CWOMWOWOSGTMCPLCPLPTE
1. Handle fine magnetic tape and sensitive material on completion of a mission. N/A     X X X X
2. Endure exposure to high noise, fuel & hot exhaust fumes. N/A   X X X X X

 

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