Task Statement for Military Occupational Structure Identification - 00368 Artilleryman

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

MOSID  00368 - Artilleryman (ARTYMN)

General Duties:

It is performed in both the field and garrison environments in direct support of the Land Element. The primary responsibility is to operate artillery guns and sensor equipment, tactical and ancillary vehicles, along with associated equipment and work within tactical command posts. The main tasks include: man handling field artillery pieces, driving wheeled, tracked and supporting vehicles. They may also be employed in the use of Surveillance and Target Acquisition sensors. They are responsible for performing user maintenance on the weapon and sensor systems, tactical vehicles and associated equipment. They can be required to work for prolonged periods exposed to the elements and hostile forces. They may be required to work with dangerous goods, hazardous material and artillery ammunition.

MOSID Related Duties

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

MOC Related DutiesCWOMWOWOSGTMCPLCPL-PTE
1. Drive wheeled and tracked vehicles in low / no light conditions and endure up to 4 hours standing or sitting while jarring or bumping on cross-country travel. X X X X X X
2. Climb on/jump off tracked vehicles. X X X X X
3. Load/unload and carry stores and ammunition weighing up to 45 Kg continuously for two hours.         X X
4. Navigate in all conditions of light and weather, walking several km over rough terrain. X X X X X X
5. Maintain and fire personal & support weapons. X X X X X X
6. Operate computers and perform mathematical computations working in cramped & noisy area under hectic conditions several hours at a time.     X X X X
7. Conduct equipment drills requiring considerable manual dexterity & excellent powers of concentration.       X X X
8. Supervise and direct personnel in combat or emergency conditions. X X X X    
9. Remain alert 20 hours a day under combat conditions. X X X X X X
10. Endure exposure to fuel and oil fumes and exhaust gases.   X X X X X
11. Evacuate a casualty weighing 90 Kg 100 m using fireman's lift. X X X X X X
12. Dig a personal trench. X X X X X X
13. Cope with stress relating to completing numerous tasks in combat or emergencies for up to 12 hours. X X X X X X
14. Navigate in all conditions of light and weather, walking several km over rough terrain. X X X X X X
15. Maintain and fire personal & support weapons. X X X X X X
16. Dig equipment "Y" trench 4 ft deep with legs of 2x4 ft in 24 hours.         X X
17. On snowshoes, carrying personal kit, help pull toboggan loaded with 250 Kg for 15 Km.       X X X
18. View radar scope/electrical optical displays up to six hours per day in cramped compartments under hectic conditions.     X X X X
19. Man handle artillery equipment in excess of 40kg and assist in man handling of artillery weapon systems in excess of 1000Kg     X X X X

 

Ch 2012

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