Task Statement for Military Occupational Structure Identification - 00366 Weapons Engineering Technician

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

MOSID  00366 - Weapons Engineering Technician (W ENG Tech)

General Duties:

W ENG TECHs and W ENG TECH sub-occupations support the Sea element and are responsible for the function, fault diagnostic, repair, maintenance and operation of a variety of electronic and/or mechanical combat systems and communication equipment onboard ships and submarines. In addition to the inherent environmental condition related to ships and submarines at sea, duties are often performed in the many hazardous conditions associated with armament, electrical power, electromagnetic emission, communications equipment, fuels, rotating machinery and seamanship.

MOSID Related Duties

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

MOC Related DutiesCPO1CPO2PO1-PO2MSLSAB-OS
1. Climb ship’s mast 25m to remove, install or repair fitted equipment.     X X X X
2. Lift and carry equipment weighing 45kg for short distances. X X X X
3. Work in confined spaces (cofferdams).     X X X X
4. Do maintenance and repairs in low/no light conditions, bad weather, and high seas.     X X X X
5. Read and comprehend technical documentation. X X X X X X
6. Cope with the stress of working on live electrical equipment.     X X X X
7. Require good hand eye coordination.     X X X X
8. Require good manual dexterity.     X X X X
9. Fight shipboard fires in small compartments while wearing breathing apparatus. X X X X X X
10. Endure prolonged exposure to high noise. X X X X X X
11. Work in limited light.     X   X  
12. Ammunition Handling up to 22kg.     X X X X
13. Lift, carry and manipulate 22 kg while traversing a ship using ladders.   X X X X X
14. Work with heavy machinery in awkward positions     X X X X
15. Scale ships side via cargo nets carrying weapon and 20 kg of equipment. X X X X X X
16. Stand for 2 hours X X X X X X
17. Sit for 6 hours per day X X X X X X

 

Ch 2011

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