Task Statement for Military Occupational Structure Identification - 00334-01 Medical Technician

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

MOSID  00334-01 - Medical Technician (MED TECH)

General Duties:

The general duties and functions of the MED TECH are to provide primary care, pre-hospital care and transportation of the ill and injured, conduct preliminary medical examinations, provide medical administrative support services, and conduct permissive user maintenance on medical equipment. The MED TECH duties are performed in a clinic, field, or ship’s environment in support of Sea, Land and Air elements.

MOSID Related Duties

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

1. Locate and retrieve casualties in hazardous situations and conditions.   X X X X X X
2. Assist lifting patients (90kg).   X X X X X X
3. Carry one end of stretcher with a patient (90Kg) up to distances of 50m, up and down stairs, ladders (ships), around corners, and load/unload on ambulances and aircraft.   X X X X X X
4. Carry boxes of supply weighing 30kg over a distance of up to 50m.   X X X X X X
5. Handle hazardous materials and biological waste. Tolerate dust and vapors generated form hazardous materials. X X X X X X X
6. Cope with the stress of providing care to the ill and injured for extended periods of time with little/no medical supervision during emergency situations such as mass casualties. X X   X X X X
7. Walk long distances over rough and uneven terrain for extended periods of time while wearing PPE, and carrying personal weapon, personal supplies, and medical kit bag. X X X X X X X
8. Work wearing CBRN equipment for extended periods of time (12 hrs and over). X X X X X X X
9. Stand continuously and/or walk for extended periods of time (up to 12 hrs per day). X X X X X X X
10. Climb, stoop, bend, and crawl in confined spaces. X X X X X X X
11. Drive service vehicles under low/no light conditions, in all weather and ground conditions.   X X X X X X
12. Handle heavy ship-borne firefighting equipment while wearing a Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus.   X X X X  
13. Work for extended periods of time in a harsh environment. X X X X X X X
14. Direct personnel under hazardous or emergency conditions. X X X X X X X
15. Remain alert for extended periods of time. X X X X X X X


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