Task Statement for Military Occupational Structure Identification - 00155 Biomedical Electronics Technologist

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

MOSID  00155 - Biomedical Electronics Technologist (BE TECH)

General Duties:

The functions of the BE TECH are to maintain, overhaul, modify, test, inspect and calibrate biomedical and associated equipment. Additionally, the BE TECH is responsible for planning of facility layouts as well as the installation and removal of medical and field dental equipment. 

MOSID Related Duties

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

1. Operate computers     X X X  
2. Must be able to work for extended periods of time on independent duty. X X X  
3. Assist with lifting equipment (90 kg).     X X X  
4. Carry tools and equipment (45 kg) up to a distance of 50 m, up and down stairs, around corners, and load / unload vehicles / aircraft.     X X X  
5. Carry tools and equipment weighing 30 kg for one hour.     X X X  
6. Use/cope with hazardous material such as biological waste, steam, mercury, chemicals, electricity, laser and noxious fumes.     X X X  
7. Walk 5 km per day on uneven ground.     X X X  
8. Work for 12 hours wearing CBRN equipment.     X X X  
9. Stand or sit in one position for up to 2 hours.     X X X  
10. Climb, stoop, bend or crawl over, under, around vehicles and equipment to install, maintain, repair, remove, and overhaul.     X X X  
11. Manipulate various sized tools, parts (including miniature components) steadily, without rest for several minutes on an hourly basis while working in confined spaces.     X X X  
12. Operate equipment, which emits frequencies in the ultrasonic or sub-sonic range.     X X X
13. Cope with stress related to emergency equipment repair procedures for 3 to 4 hours without rest.     X X X  
14. Drive service vehicles under low/no light conditions.     X X X  
15. Work 12 hour shifts with occasional periods of 16 hours work.     X X X  


Ch 2009

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