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25B Information Technology Specialist
Provides computer system administration, local area network administration, and system/network security. Subnets IP addresses for computers on the local network, routers, and switches. Sets up topology, cabling schemes, and passwords for the routers. Maintains hardware, software, tools and reference material for network. Connects devices and determines placement of routers and switches for servers. Installs Web servers, file servers, print servers domain name servers, and mail servers. Maintains Active Directory content. Creates user accounts and sets up necessary user workstation application software. Troubleshoots network to include connectivity, hardware and software issues.
Provide desktop computer support which includes diagnosing and resolving any workstation operating system software, application software or hardware problems; provide user instruction for any workstation operating system software or standard application software; setup and configure standard workstation operating system software, all authorized standard application software, and all related services and authorized application software.
25B20 SR INFO/LAN MGR
Configures information processing equipment into required operating configurations; performs senior operator and systems administrator duties and unit level maintenance functions on assigned computer systems; compiles production report data and quality control information; assists less experienced soldiers in the installation, operation, and maintenance of information processing equipment; writes, analyzes, edits, tests, and modifies computer programs; drafts program operation manuals and technical program requirements documents; troubleshoots software using established debugging procedures.
25B30 Senior Information Systems Specialist
Senior Information Systems Specialist for the 3rd BCT, 82nd ABN DIV, with the ability for world-wide contingency deployment mission; plans, supervises, coordinates and provides technical assistance for the installation, operation, system analyst functions, unit level maintenance and management of multi-user information processing systems; maintains, operates and accounts for 40 tactical servers, 70 Army Battle Command systems and over 3200 users; maintains accountability and serviceability of automation equipment in excess of $500,000.
25B30 Information Assurance NCO, System Administrator, and J6 Section Sergeant
Information Assurance NCO, System Administrator, and J6 Section Sergeant for a Quick Response information systems team; Information Assessment Manager
responsible for reviewing & assessing Defense Information Assurance Certification & Accreditation Program packages including Plan Of Action & Milestones. Provided and maintained services within DTRA to include NIPR, SIPR, Defense Video Secure Global and office systems to Joint Staff, and Joint Information Management Officers, responsible for the installation, operation, and maintenance of equipment valued in excess of $3,000,000 of video and information systems equipment.
Serves as the (insert unit) Video Teleconferencing Deputy Program Manager, responsible for Operation/Maintainer/Support/LCR of all VTC equipment to include ---- remote sites; COR for over 1.5 million dollars in equipment, and service contracts; Facilitates problems and requests and documents resolutions; Serves as the Subject Matter Expert on all Video Teleconferencing matters from reports on emerging technology to managing every detail of conference room integrations.
25B4O Information Systems Supervisor
Supervises automations operation in Heavy Brigade Combat Team; supervises the deployment, installation, operation, and unit level maintenance of multi user information processing systems; provides information technology assistance in management of the Command Post Platform (CPP); responsible for the development and management of the Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (MOSS); responsible for management of active directory and user accounts on tactical SIPR and NIPR exchange services which service over 3,000 users; enforces Army network security and information assurance policies; responsible for the health and welfare of 35 Soldiers.
25B20/30-Direct Signal Support Team NCOIC (DSST)
Serves as a forward deployed Direct Signal Support Team (DSST) NCOIC in a Tactical Installation and Networking Company in support of Operation New Dawn 10-11; responsible for providing Warfighter Commanders with customer support on secure and non-secure WAN access, long local DSN phone service, NIPR/SIPR VoIP and VTC capability; supervises the operation of the Joint Base Balad (JBB) Command, Control, Communications and Computers (C4) Facility that provides service to over 5K users; responsible for oversight of equipment valued in excess of $380M
Sustainment Automation Support Management Office (SASMO) NCOIC
Serves as the Sustainment Automation Support Management Office (SASMO) NCOIC for the day to day management of all operations in support of the UNIT NAME, supporting the NEXT HIGHER; directly responsible for SASMO property valued at over $50,000; provides support for over 100 Logistical Information Systems (LIS) within the brigade; provides training and oversight to the section personnel on new equipment fielding; responsible for the welfare and training of two NCOs and two Soldiers.
Information Systems Security NCO
Serves as Information Systems Security NCO for the 25th ID Combat Aviation Brigade; responsible for daily operations of local networks which consist of five Very Small Aperture Terminal (VSAT), Standard Army Management Information Systems (STAMIS), Combat Service Support Automated Information System Interface (CAISI) and other peripheral devices which include routers and switches; personally accountable for automations and communication equipment valued over two million; provides technical advice and assistance to logistical users within the brigade; responsible for the training, supervision and professional development of nine NCOs.
Information Systems Manager
Information Systems Manager for the U.S. Army Human Resources Command, Deputy Chief of Staff for Operations (DCSOPS); a command with worldwide support responsibility for 480k Soldiers; provides automation support for the directorate and provides staff support to the Commanding General and Chief of Staff; responsible for the serviceability of $200k worth of secured and non-secured automation & communications equipment (STE/ SIPR/FAX/VTC/Teleconference); conducts continuity of operations (COOP) & secures classified information; provides technical advice and assistance to command users;supervision and professional development of one
25B30 Information Assurance Staff Assistant
Information Assurance NCO, System Administrator, and G6 Platoon Sergeant for a rapid deployable Armored Cavalry Division; provided services within Ft Hood to include NIPR, SIPR, tactical messaging systems, tactical data networks, and office systems to Division Staff, Battalion Signal Information Management Officers, and four Mechanized Brigade Combat Teams; responsible for the health, welfare, morale, safety, and training of 72 Soldiers; responsible for the installation, operation, and maintenance of equipment valued in excess of $3,000,000.
25B3O DATA SYSTEMS INTEGRATOR
Served as the Brigade S-6 Data Systems Integrator for 1HBCT; provided information technology assistance in building, restructuring, and management of the Command Post Platform (CPP) and fielding of the Command Post Communication System (CPCS); responsible for the development and management of the Microsoft Office Sharepoint Server (MOSS); responsible for management of active directory and user accounts on tactical SIPR and NIPR exchange services; enforces Army network security and information assurance policies.
Senior LAN Manager
Served as the Senior Local Area Network Manager for the HHC, 1HBCT 1ID; responsible for maintaining, managing and distributing all automation equipment for the brigade; responsible for the fielding of Command Post Platform (CPP) and the integration of the Command Post Communication System (CPCS) which provides voice and data communications for tactical command and control for Army Battle Command Systems (ABCS). Managed the creation and transition of users' accounts/mailboxes and network printers tactical and garrison environments.
Information System Staff NCO
Serves as Information System Staff NCO providing secure and non secure voice, data, and Local Area Network (LAN) support for CSC Scania, Iraq; supervises the operation, maintenance, and troubleshooting of both distribution and access Cisco switches, file servers, MS Exchange 2007 and applications servers valued at over $400K; responsible for the creation, management and transition of user s accounts/mailboxes and network printers; supervises and compiles network security scans; responsible for the morale, health, welfare and professional development of 5 Soldiers and 5 civilian contractors.
Instructor/Writer in RC TASS Signal School BN
Responsible for coordinating training requirements with user units in their state. Coordinated classroom space, training area, food service support and other logistical needs to support training of Signal MOSQ courses in his area. Responsible for ensuring that all prerequisites are met prior to accepting students into courses. Responsible for preparing initial class load data and submitting it to the Battalion operation section. Also responsible for the proponent school standards in the classroom.
25B30 INFORMATION SYSTEMS ANALYST-SASMO
Serves as a Sustainment Automation Support Management Office (SASMO) Information Systems Analyst; responsible for the installation of software, validation, and maintenance of Standard Army Management Information System (STAMIS) for 4th Sustainment Brigade and III Corps separate units; troubleshoots all Standard Army Management Information Systems (STAMIS) software and hardware issues; ensures that all STAMIS systems are on the latest Software Change Package (SCP); responsible for adding STAMIS systems to the network and ensuring that File Transfer Protocol (FTP) is configured.
25B30 Research and Development Test and Evaluation NCO
Serves as an RDT&E NCO in the Army's Field Test Agency that measures effectiveness, suitability and survivability (ESS) of Enterprise and Information Systems; gives guidance and technical advice on realistic field environment conditions under which to test and operate state-of-the-art systems; develops timely and viable test plans and reports that assures Army business systems are tested and evaluated against approved critical operational criteria.
25B30 Information Technology Staff Assistant
Provides Information Technology assistance to Army Service Component Command staff on technical operations, systems functions, and quality control; conducts information systems analysis of Automated Data Processing Equipment (ADPE); conducts reviews and analysis of Information Systems Plans (ISP), Information Management Plans (IMP); manages and ensures compliance of ADPE physical security; prepares and conducts training as required for USARPAC G6 staff and Special Troops Battalion (STB) Soldiers, Officers and Civilians.
25B S6 for Task Force XXXXX
Served as the S6 for Task Force XXXXX, in support of OIF 07-08; responsible for the planning, integration, installation, and maintenance of all tactical and commercial data equipment for the Task Force staff and subordinate elements; supervises, maintains and troubleshoots all automation assets; responsible for the integration, installation, operation and configuration of over 80 automated information systems, responsible for all network distribution equipment valued at over $348,000 dollars
25B40 SENIOR DATA SYSTEMS INTEGRATOR
Serves as the Brigade S6 NCOIC for the Army Evaluation Task Force(AETF), 5th Brigade, 1st Armored Division; oversees the professional development, health, welfare, and training of eight NCO's, and three Soldiers; responsible for the operation and maintenance of four vehicles, one trailer, one track vehicle,commercial-off-the-shelf and tactical communications systems valued in excess of $9 million dollars.
25B AIT Instructor
Responsible for the health, welfare, and supervision of 24 Soldiers daily; provides technical training for over 3200 CMF 25 Series Allied, and Reserve component Soldiers annually; develops, maintains, and updates course material; conducts remedial training; maintains the accountabilty and positive control of examination materials; conducts examination and evaluation of Soldiers for the purpose of the awarding MOS 25B, 25D and 25U; maintains accountability of computers and related equipment valued in excess of $50,000 daily.
25B Senior Local Area Network Manager
Served as the Senior Local Area Network Manager for the 230th Financial Management Company: responsible for maintaining, managing and distributing all automation equipment for 3 detachments; responsible for all future system fielding; responsible for creating, maintaining and managing life cycle replacements for all system and non-system related automations equipment within the company; responsible for submitting weekly automation updates to the commander and serves as a Subject Matter Expert (SME) on finance automation and software; responsible the welfare, development, supervision, readiness and training of two NCOs and five Soldiers.
25B Duty Title Unknown
Plans and executes communications requirements for the Commander; ensures positive reliable command and control communications between the commander, senior civilians, military leaders, and engaged combat forces commanders; install, operate, and maintains a 24-hour communications package using state-of-the-art communications equipment and automated data processing platforms to include tactical satellite radios, data controllers, secure telephones; accountability for equipment in excess of $15M.
25B Duty Title Unknown
Responsible for the system administration, operation, and maintenance of all communications equipment, valued in excess of $10 million for the CDR and DCDR; installs, maintains, and troubleshoots operating systems, data, secure voice, and video-teleconferencing throughout the AOR, ensuring the CDR and DCDR, maintain near real-time contact with the Field Commanders.
25B Information Systems Operator - Analyst
Supervises the deployment, installation, operation, and unit level maintenance of multi-functional/multi-user information processing systems. Determines requirements, assigns duties, and coordinates activities of personnel engaged in information system analysis and maintenance. Develops and administers on-site training programs. Compiles output reports in support of ADPE operations. Performs system studies using established techniques to develop new or revised system applications and programs. Writes final design programs, operational manuals, procedures, and requirements documents. Analyzes telecommunications information management needs.
25B3O Information Technology Team Chief
Supervises the deployment, installation, operation, and unit level maintenance of multi functional/multi user information processing systems. Performs duties as Section Sergeant and Team Chief; performs Information Assurance (IA) functions. Determines requirements, assigns duties, and coordinates activities of personnel engaged in information system analysis and maintenance. Develops and administers on site training programs. Compiles output reports in support of information systems operations. Analyzes telecommunications information management needs, and requests logistical support and coordinates systems integration. Ensures that spare parts, supplies, and operating essentials are requisitioned and maintained. Supervises, performs maintenance management and administrative duties related to facility operations, maintenance, security, and personnel. Performs IASO/Systems Administrator (SA)duties. Supervises IASO functions. Provides technical assistance, resolve problems for information services support personnel, functional users and functional staff. Supervises subordinate NCOs and soldiers.