Task Statement for Military Occupational Structure Identification - 00378 Cyber Operator

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

MOSID 00378 Cyber Operator (CYBER OP)

General Duties:

A Cyber Operator collects and analyzes data from CAF computer network systems in support of network defence operations in both deployed and non-deployed environments. They monitor networks for potential intrusions and abnormalities and examine networks for vulnerabilities in defensive and offensive postures. They conduct forensic investigation of cyber incidents and maintain specialized cyber toolsets unique to the occupation.

MOSID Related Duties

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

MOC Related DutiesCWOMWOWOSGTMCPLCPLPTE
1. Lift and carry material weighing up to 20 Kg for 30 M       X X X X
2. Stand continuously for up to four hours       X X X X
3. Climb flights of stairs carrying material up to 20 Kg       X X X X
4. Sit continuously for up to four hours     X X X X X
5. Possess the manual dexterity to utilize small tools       X X X X
6. Withstand fatigue and the effects of repeated strain from keyboard usage or writing for up to eight hours per day X X X X X X X
7. Withstand fatigue and the effects of repeated strain from computer monitor viewing for up to eight hours per day X X X X X X X
8. Cope with stress of managing personnel in operations and emergency conditions X X X X X X  
9. Operate in indoor temperatures fluctuating between 10° C and 50° C       X X X  X
10. Satisfy multiple demands for service from personnel at all times, including dealing with demanding individuals X X X X X X X
11. Concentrate for long periods monitoring multiple sensor displays       X X X X
12. Work up to eight hours per day in high ambient noise.       X X X X
13. Climb, bend, stoop, or crawl under equipment or on and off vehicles.       X X X X
14. Remain on duty and alert for up to twelve hours per day. X X X X X X X
15. Normally work 8 hour rotating shifts (4 days/4 evenings/or 4 nights/break) with occasional periods of up to 16 hours in operations or emergencies.     X X X X X

  

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