MOS 35Z—Signals Intelligence Senior Sergeant / SIGINT Chief
Qualifications for initial award of MOS 35Z, Signals Intelligence Senior Sergeant / SIGINT Chief:
Physical Demands Rating: N / A
Required ASVAB Score: N / A
Enlistment Bonus: N / A
Security Clearance: TS SCI
U.S. Citizenship: Required
Training Length / Location: Unknown
Signals Intelligence Senior Sergeant / SIGINT Chief (MOS 35Z) Description / Major Duties:
The signals intelligence senior sergeant serves as staff NCO for major commands engaged in Signals intelligence/electronic warfare (SIGINT/EW) operations and combat development, or training. Supervises SIGINT/EW activities and provides technical, operational, and administrative guidance and direction to enlisted soldiers at division, Corps, and echelon above Corps (EAC). Reviews, evaluates, prepares and executes SIGINT/EW deployment, employment, and redeployment plans and orders. Interprets intelligence requirements for translation into SIGINT/EW tasking. Reviews SIGINT/ EW doctrinal publications and prepares recommended changes. Compares modification table of organization and equipment (MTOE) and table of distribution and allowances (TDA) authorization documents with SIGINT/EW missions and functions and recommends revisions.
Never been a member of the U.S. Peace Corps, except as specified in AR 614-200, chapter 1.
No information in military personnel, Provost Marshal, intelligence, or medical records which would prevent the granting of a security clearance under AR 604-5.
No record of conviction by court-martial.
No record of conviction by civil court for any offense other than minor traffic violations.
Members of immediate family (spouse, parents, brothers, sisters and children) must also be U.S. citizens. Soldier and immediate family members can be naturalized citizens. If naturalized, there is no minimum residency requirement.
Soldier and spouse must not have immediate family members who reside in a country within whose boundaries physical or mental coercion is known to be a common practice, either against—
1. Persons accused of or acting in the interest of the U.S.
2. The relatives of such persons to whom they may reasonably be considered to be bound by ties of affection, kinship, or obligation. Near relatives will also include uncles, aunts, grandparents, father-in-law, mother-in-law, and relationships corresponding to any of the above persons in loco parentis (AR 630-5 and 37 USC 501).
Have neither commercial nor vested interest in a country within whose boundaries physical or mental coercion is known to be a common practice against persons acting in the interest of the U.S. This requirement applies to the soldier’s spouse as well.
Meet career management and development criteria contained in AR 600-200, AR 614-200, and DA Pam 351-4.
Be advised that due to the nature of training and assignments, temporary restrictions may be placed on foreign travel both during and after the term of service.
Article Last Modified: February 17, 2011