MOS 63Z Mechanical Maintenance Supervisor

MOS 63Z was converted to MOS 91Z

63Z50 Senior Maintenance Supervisor
Serves as the Senior Maintenance Supervisor for the 1st Special Forces Group (Airborne) consisting of four SF Battalions, a Group Support Battalion and a HQ Company supporting the CENTCOM and PACOM AOR's; responsible for monitoring the Group maintenance and operational readiness including over 900 major end items, 9,000 pieces of special purpose equipment, small arms and electronic equipment valued in excess of $800 million; advises the Group and Battalion staff on maintenance readiness issues; assists in the coordination of RESET operations; provides mission and professional guidance to nine subordinate senior NCOs.

Combat Repair Team NCOIC
Served as the Combat Repair Team NCOIC for an IN BN; responsible for overseeing the field level maintenance of 220 tactical wheeled vehicles, generators, and trailors; supervised The Army Maintenance Management System(TAMMS), Class IX ordering and support, AMSS reporting and motor pool safety NCOIC; signed for over $3,000,0000 in tools and special equipment. Counseled and mentored 5 NCO's and 20 junior enlisted Soldiers.

63X40 Motor Sergeant
Performs duties as the Battalion Motor Sergeant for the Special Troops Battalion consolidated Motor Pool; responsible for the health, welfare, professional development, training and moral of five Non-Commissioned Officers (NCOs) and five Soldiers; principal duties of ensuring the accomplishment of planning, coordinating, directing, and managing organizational maintenance for scheduled and unscheduled field maintenance for six pacing items and over 500 pieces of reportable equipment; manages The Army Maintenance Management System (TAMMS), and Shop Stock Listing (SSL.)

63Z Maintenance Team Chief
Maintenance Team Chief in a Mechanized Engineer Battalion supporting the 172D Infantry Brigade forward deployed to the CENTCOM area of operations in support of OIF 08-10; responsible for services, maintenance, and repair of over 102 pieces of rolling stock valued in excess of $55 million; coordinates the ordering and distribution of Class IX repair parts; responsible for maintaining continuous communication with two maintenance teams at outlying FOBs; responsible for the supervision, training, morale and welfare of seven Soldiers including three NCOs.

63Z50 Senior Maintenance Supervisor
Serves as the Senior Maintenance Supervisor for a PATRIOT battalion that provides counter air and missile defense while protecting critical operational assets in support of the PACOM Commander; managed the required training for 90 maintainers, services of over 380 pieces of rolling stock, and ground equipment worth over $20,000,000; coordinates the maintenance workload and quality control of jobs within supporting organizations; directs the flow of repair parts; responsible for maintaining a continuous communication with the six field maintenance teams (FMT) that support the battalion to ensure proper logistical support and technical assistance.

Image of Page Divider Line
Image of red X

To contribute examples, enter them below and click Submit. Thanks!


Duty Title:

Duty Description: