Multichannel Transmission Systems Operator























Multichannel
Transmission Systems Operator



31R
— Multichannel Transmission Systems Operator-Maintainer













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Duty
Army
Reserve







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Major duties. The multichannel transmission
systems operator
-maintainer supervises,
installs, operates, and performs unit
level maintenance on multichannel line-of-site
and tropospheric scatter communications
systems, communications security devices,
and associated equipment. Operates and
performs preventive maintenance checks
and services on assigned vehicles. Installs,
operates, and performs preventive maintenance
checks and services on power generators.


(1) Skill Level 1. Installs, operates,
and performs unit level maintenance
on multichannel line-of-site and tropospheric
scatter communications systems, antennas
and associated equipment. Analyzes BIT/BITE
diagnostics to isolate faults to the
Line Replaceable Unit. Installs, operates,
performs strapping, restrapping, preventive
maintenance checks and services, and
unit level maintenance on communication
security devices. Operates and performs
Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services
on assigned vehicles. Installs, operates,
and performs preventive maintenance
checks and services on assigned power
generators.


(2) Skill Level 2. Supervises operations
and assists team members in the installation
and operation of multichannel line-of-site
and tropospheric scatter communications
systems. Supervises, performs and assists
team members in the performance of unit
level maintenance on assigned communications
equipment. Requests logistical support.
Prepares input for statistical and other
operational reports.


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(3) Skill Level 3. multichannel transmission
systems operator
supervises and prepares
work schedules for subordinate personnel
engaged in the installation, operation,
and unit level maintenance of multichannel
and tropospheric scatter radio systems.
Provides subordinates technical assistance
in resolving connectivity problems,
complex maintenance faults, and during
contingency situations. Plans and coordinates
line-of-site or tropospheric scatter
cotnmunications assemblage deployments
and system operations. Writes standing
operating procedures (SOP) pertaining
to multi-channel operations. Develops
training programs for subordinate personnel
to ensure technical competency. Supervises
and performs management and administrative
duties related to personnel, systems
operations, and logistics.

Physical demands rating and qualifications
for initial award of MOS. multichannel transmission
systems operator
-maintainer
must possess the following qualifications:


(I) A physical demands rating, of heavy.


(2) A physical profile, of 111221.


(3) Normal color vision.


(4) A minimum score, of 100 in aptitude
area EL and 100 in aptitude area SC.


(5) Ability to read, comprehend, and
clearly enunciate English.


(6) Ability to work for extended periods
in a confined area.


(7) A Security Clearance, of SECRET.


(8) A U.S. citizen.


(9) Formal training (completion of
MOS 31 R Course conducted under the
auspices of the USA Signal School) mandatory
or waiver may be granted by Commandant,
U.S. Army Signal School, A1TN: ATZH-POE,
Ft Gordon, GA 30905-5300.


Additional skill identifiers for a multichannel transmission
systems operator
:


(1) 09–Battlefield Spectnum Management
(skill level 3 only).


(2) J7–WHCA Console Control Operations.


(3) P5–Master Fitness Trainer.


(4) P7–Satellite Communications Terminal
AN/TSC-850/930 Operator-Maintainer (personnel
only).


(5) 25–Battle Staff Operations (skill
level 3 and above only).


(6) 4A–Reclassificatlon Training.