Senior Signal Sergeant
Duty Descriptions

25X7S Operations Sergeant Major
Serves as the Senior Enlisted Advisor to the ACoS G3/5 for U.S. Army Communications-Electronics Command comprised of over 9,000 military and civilian personnel globally stationed in 31 states and 27 countries and Senior Commander for Aberdeen Proving Ground supporting over 28,000 personnel; responsible for planning, developing, coordinating, directing and supervising logistical support, installation, operation and management of C5ISR-M systems in support of U.S. Army Materiel Command and the Army; provides technical advice and assistance to Commanders, Directors and staff for 6 subordinate units; serves as lead NCO for Plans and Operations for both the command and the installation; serves on committees, work groups, and advises international, national, military and civilian organizations.

Plans/Operations NCOIC
Serves as Plans/Operations NCOIC for a forward deployed Signal Company in an Expeditionary Signal Battalion (ESB) supporting 228th Signal Brigade, International Security Assistance Force, RC North and its subordinate commands; provides the company command team with reliable network operations, training and automations sections; manages, tracks, and oversees all administrative actions for 135 Soldiers; assigns maintenance priorities; maintains the readiness of six vehicles, two trailers, and a variety of office and communications equipment valued in excess of $4 million; responsible for the morale, health, welfare and professional development of 10 NCOs and 15 Soldiers.

Communications NCOIC
Serves as NCOIC in a Light Infantry Battalion capable of rapid deployment to any location; responsible for the planning, coordination, and execution of all C4I requirements for the Company; assists in the supervision and training of Platoon Radio communicators; assists in the development, scheduling, coordination and evaluation of all communications training at company level; supervises the installation, operation, and maintenance of all communications equipment; monitors the status of all communications equipment in support of maintenance and maintains TAMMS records; oversees the morale, health, welfare and professional development of seven NCOs and 11 Soldiers.

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