MOS 919A—Engineer Equipment Maintenance Warrant Officer
Engineer Equipment Maintenance Warrant Officer (MOS 919A) Description / Major Duties:
Supervises personnel in maintenance of engineer and ground support equipment. Analyzes malfunctions and supervises minor repair and adjustment of engineer equipment utilized for power generation, earthmoving, shaping and compacting, lifting and loading, quarrying and rock crushing, asphalt concrete mixing and surfacing, water purification, refrigeration and air conditioning, water gap crossing, POL transfer and engineer electronic application. Supervises maintenance of non-engineer equipment assigned by equipment authorization documents. Inspects incoming equipment to determine repair requirements, assigns work to subordinates, and ensures quality of work performed by inspection of outgoing equipment. Establishes maintenance and repair schedules based on equipment schedules and availability of parts, tools, personnel, and unit mission. Establishes internal administrative procedures to procure, store, and issue publications, tools, parts, and POL. Manages maintenance float items to replace equipment not repairable within prescribed time limits.
Minimum requirements for MOS 919A Engineer Equipment Maintenance Warrant Officer:
- SGT (E5) or above with six years field experience in MOS 91C, 91D, 91X, 91L, 91B, 91H, 91J. Recruiter, Drill Sergeant and other non-technical duties are not considered field experience. ARNG, USAR, and civilian experience related to MOS 919A is taken into consideration.
- BNCOC (now known as Advanced Leader Course or ALC) graduate from a feeder MOS.
- Copy of most recent 10 NCOERs, reflecting MOS proficiency in a supervisory capacity.
- Letter of recommendation from a senior warrant officer (CW3 and above) in the MOS the applicant is applying for.
Applicants must submit a waiver request for each requirement not met. Waiver requests must explain why the waiver should be granted. No waivers permissable for E-4 and below.
Article Last Modified: February 20, 2011