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Occupation Exhibit

MOS-35T-005

MILITARY INTELLIGENCE (MI) SYSTEMS MAINTAINER/INTEGRATOR
35T30
35T40

Exhibit Dates: 5/12–Present.

Career Management Field: 35 (Military Intelligence).

Description
Summary: Maintains and repairs Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) equipment and systems. Conducts intelligence systems and intelligence networks integration. Provide technical support to protect information in an intelligence network; performs computer hardware and software installation and reconfiguration; accesses and extracts data from fixed, portable, and wireless communication and storage devices; performs and supervises planning, employment, configuration, integration, monitoring and maintenance of ISR systems, complex computer-controlled MI and national cryptologic systems and networks for all intelligence disciplines. MOS duties are not defined in terms of rank or pay grade, but by levels. Credit is recommended for levels 30 and 40. Skill Level 30: Able to perform the duties of the 10 and 20 levels. Supervises and leads sections or squads of Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) systems maintainers/integrators. Supervises the employment, diagnosis and correction of malfunctions of complex computer-controlled ISR systems. Assists less experienced Soldiers in the installation, operation, and maintenance of information processing equipment. Performs senior operator and systems administrator duties and unit level maintenance functions on assigned computer systems. Supervises calibration Test Equipment Modernization, and shop safety programs. Serve as the quality assurance/control inspector for ISR systems maintenance. Prepares maintenance and integration annexes for unit Standing Operating Procedures (SOP). Integrates and manages joint intelligence architectures networks and systems. Implement configuration management policies and procedures. Establish inter-connectivity between ISR dissemination systems. Develops and conducts unit specific ISR systems technical training. Skill Level 40: Able to perform the duties required for Skill Level 30; manages integration and maintenance activities and leads platoons. Manage calibration, quality assurance, and quality control programs. Provides input to unit systems status reports. Maintains applicable administrative and maintenance files and inspects TAMMS and repair parts records. Recommend Prescribed Load List (PLL) and Authorized Stockage List (ASL) changes. Manages supply operations for integration and maintenance activities. Manages unit specific MI/ISR systems technical training program. Develops and implements maintenance concepts, warranty and logistics programs for government off the shelf (GOTS) and commercial off the shelf (COTS) intelligence equipment. Perform duties as Assistant Contracting Officer Representative (ACOR) consisting of coordinating with organizations/contractors for MI/ISR systems integration and maintenance support.

Related Competencies
Electronic communications topics include communications security, communications systems, electromagnetic propagation, frequency spectrum, modulation and demodulation techniques, radio principles, and signal analysis. Electronic systems troubleshooting and maintenance topics include connectivity, diagnostic software, electric power requirements, hand-held test and measurement devices, repair procedures, safety, signal flow, and troubleshooting concepts. Digital circuits topics include bitstream analysis, combination gates, digital complex circuits, gate concepts, number sets, safety, and test and measurement devices. Electrical power distribution topics include AC/DC power generation, connectivity concepts, loading, one-line concepts, overcurrents, phase angles, and safety. Communication topics include critical thinking, effective delivery methods, Microsoft Office Suite, oral communication, presentation skills, and strategic communication. Technical writing topics include audience analysis, business memoranda, instructional manuals, interpreting presentation, quality control, and technical reports. Supervision topics include coaching, computer applications, conflict management, evaluation, resource allocation, and team building. Cyber security topics include cryptography, cyber attacks, cyber network threats and defense, ethical hacking, security case analysis, and security management. Network administration topics include network integration, network management, network performance, network planning, routers, user administration, and virtual private network (VPN). Management topics include controlling, decision-making and problem solving, development, leading, planning, and risk management. Human resource management topics include career counseling, discipline, employee motivation, staffing and promotions, training and development, and workforce diversity.

Recommendation, Skill Level 30
In the lower-division baccalaureate/associate degree category, 3 semester hours in electronic communications, 3 in electronic systems troubleshooting and maintenance, 3 in digital circuits, 3 in electrical power distribution, 3 in communication, 3 in technical writing, and 3 in supervision. In the upper-division baccalaureate degree category, 3 semester hours in cyber security and 3 in network administration (4/14)(4/14).

Recommendation, Skill Level 40
In the lower-division baccalaureate/associate degree category, 3 semester hours in electronic communications, 3 in electronic systems troubleshooting and maintenance, 3 in digital circuits, 3 in electrical power distribution, 3 in communication, 3 in technical writing, and 3 in supervision. In the upper-division baccalaureate degree category, 3 semester hours in cyber security, 3 in network administration, 3 in management, and 3 in human resource management (4/14)(4/14).

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