MOS 11Z Infantry Senior Sergeant Duty Descriptions

11Z Infantry Senior Sergeant
Serves as the principle non-commissioned officer responsible for the health, discipline, morale and welfare of a 79 Paratrooper Heavy Weapons Infantry Company capable of no-notice deployment to anywhere in the world in 18 hours; provides tactical and technical guidance to subordinates and the Company Commander, providing professional support to both in the accomplishment of their duties; ensures individual training of enlisted Soldiers; supervises unit physical fitness training; advises the commander on all aspects of training and Soldier development; mentors junior soldiers' accountability and maintenance of $24,000,000 in equipment


S3 NCOIC 11Z5O (OPS)
S3 NCO for an Initial Entry Training (IET) battalion consisting of six Basic Combat Training (BCT) companies that train more than 5,5000 Soldiers annually; responsible for the coordination and management of internal assets, requisition of external assets, and support of six BCT companies in the execution of the ten-week BCT Program of Instruction and 125 cadre members; responsible for managing orders and taskings, schools allocations, and dining facility operations; coordinates for training areas, ammunition, and training aids to support training; validates and assigns responsibility for all commitments from higher headquarters; responsible for coordination and management of internal assets, requisition of external assets, and supports execution of the ten week Basic Combat Training Program of Instruction.


Senior NCO in a Light Infantry Company
The senior Non-Commissioned Officer in a Light Infantry Company; Company Commander's primary advisor and the expert on individual and leader skills; advises the Commander on the unit's health and morale; monitors the well being and professional growth of the unit's Soldiers; ensures discipline and integrity is maintained throughout the Company; lead trainer and mentor of the company's Soldiers; assists the Commander in planning, coordinating and supervising all activities that support the unit's mission; operates where the Commander directs or where he can best influence a critical point or what is viewed as the unit's decisive point.


11B48 & 11Z50 Master Resilience Trainer/ Instructor
Serves as a Master Resilience Trainer/ Instructor; provides resilience training for over # (platoon, company, battalion, group) Soldiers, NCOs, and Officers annually; develops, maintains, and updates course material; conducts training and evaluations of all (platoon, company, battalion, group) members for the purpose of resilience skills education and training, a component of the Army's Comprehensive Fitness Program; ensures accountability and positive control of course materials and maintains accountability of computers and related equipment valued in excess of $0.0; responsible for the health, welfare, and supervision of x number of Soldiers and NCOs.



Command Sergeant Major

103-03 Command Sergeant Major
Command Sergeant Major of a 695-Soldier Infantry Battalion comprised of an HHC, three Rifle Cos., and a Weapons Co.; he is the senior Noncommissioned Officer within the Infantry Battalion, and advises the Commander concerning the enlisted ranks; he is the principle Noncommissioned Officer responsible for health, discipline, morale, and welfare in the Infantry Battalion; he is the Battalion's senior enlisted trainer, and works closely with company command teams when coaching and training first sergeants and platoon sergeants, supervises their professional development, and advises on their personnel assignments; he acts as the Commander's representative in supervising aspects vital to battalion operations, as determined by the Commander and himself.


11Z Command Sergeant Major
Supervises an infantry battalion. Plans, coordinates, supervises, and participates in activities pertaining to organization, training, combat operations, and intelligence of units at battalion or higher. Provides tactical and technical guidance to subordinates and professional support to both subordinates and superiors in the accomplishment of their duties. Serves as the principal noncommissioned officer in an infantry battalion; supervising the processing of operations and intelligence information in an infantry battalion.



First Sergeant

11Z Reconnaissance Troop 1SG
Establishes and maintains the foundation of troop discipline; executes and supervises routine operations including, enforcing SOPs, coordinating and reporting personnel and administrative actions; supervises supply, maintenance, communications, and field hygiene operations; supervises, inspects, and/or observes all matters designated by the commander; as primary sustainment operator, helps the commander plan, coordinate, and supervise all sustainment activities that support the tactical mission; assists in preparation of the operations order; coordinates with the XO in all critical sustainment functions; plans, rehearses, and supervises key sustainment actions including maintenance and recovery, medical treatment and evacuation, replacement and RTD processing.


11Z First Sergeant
Serves as the First Sergeant of a forward deployed Headquarters and Headquarters Company; advises the Company Commander on administrative and tactical operations; supervises the employment of scout sections, mortar platoon, medical services, and staff operations on a daily basis; responsible for the health and welfare of 246 Soldiers and their families; supervises the upkeep of 3 Headquarters buildings and 1 barracks with associated property valued in excess of $240,000; responsible for the medical and physical readiness of 246 Soldiers; oversees the Company counseling, reception and integration, and sponsorship programs.


First Sergeant of a Mechanized Infantry Company
Serves as First Sergeant of a Mechanized Infantry Company in the First Cavalry Division, capable of executing multiple world-wide contingency missions; responsible for the training, discipline, morale, and welfare of 141 Soldiers and families; serves as the Senior Enlisted Advisor to the Company Commander; oversees daily unit logistics, maintenance, administrative, and training operations; enforces unit discipline and standards; ensures all Soldiers are trained and deployable; develops all Non-Commissioned Officers and mentors the junior Officers of the Company.


11Z Infantry Senior Sergeant/First Sergeant
Instructs platoon sergeants and the commander and assists in training of all enlisted members. Promotes enlisted welfare, morale, and health issues; helps the commander maintain discipline and standards of conduct; and provides guidance on matters of leadership, military justice, and customs and courtesies.


First Sergeant: Basic Combat Training (BCT) 11Z5M
First Sergeant for a gender-integrated Basic Combat Training company assigned the mission of providing tactically competent, physically fit, values based, and highly motivated Soldiers; responsible for the safety, health, welfare, morale, discipline, professional development, and training of 12 Drill Sergeants, one DA-Civilian, a supply sergeant, a supply specialist, and 960 Initial Entry Soldiers annually; primary advisor to the company commander in establishing all unit policies, procedures, and training guidance; oversees the accountability of equipment valued in excess of $1.5 million.


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