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881A Marine Engineer Officer

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881A – Marine Engineering Officer

Transportation Corps Warrant Officers operating as Marine Engineering Officers are responsible for the efficient and economical operation of the engine room machinery, auxiliary machinery, and specific deck equipment aboard Army Watercraft System (AWS) vessels. 881As supervise and perform the installation and repair of marine power plants, propulsion systems, heating and ventilation systems, and other mechanical plumbing and electrical equipment aboard AWS vessels and Army maritime facilities. Marine Engineering Officers inspect ships and machinery to determine compliance with maintenance standards and/or to determine extent and nature of repairs required. 881As implement the Army Maintenance Management System (TAMMS) as it applies to Marine material and manages onboard vessels repair parts supply. Transportation Corps Marine Engineering Warrant Officers are a vital asset to keeping the Army’s Watercraft Systems ready for contingencies around the world.

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881A Knowledge, Skills, Behaviors

Warrant Officer

Warrant Officer One rank

Knowledge:

  • Understanding of propulsion, power generation and distribution, and mechanical systems. Understanding of maintenance plans.

Skills:

  • Operate and maintain complex machinery and systems.

Behaviors:

  • Detail Focused
  • Hard Working
  • Innovative

Talent:

  • Problem Solver
  • Logical / Analytical
  • Mechanically Adept

Chief Warrant Officer Two

Chief Warrant Officer Two rank

Knowledge:

  • Advanced understanding of propulsion, power generation and distribution, and mechanical systems. Detailed understanding of maintenance plans.

Skills:

  • Leads teams of operators/maintainers in the safe operation, inspection, troubleshooting, and repair of complex machinery and systems.

Behaviors:

  • Problem Solving
  • Dynamic
  • Stress Tolerant

Talent:

  • Communicator
  • Problem Solver
  • Process Disciplined

Chief Warrant Officer Three

Chief Warrant Officer Two rank

Knowledge:

  • Detailed knowledge of propulsion, power generation and distribution, and mechanical systems. Analyzes and plans maintenance and repair of systems.

Skills:

  • Manages operations and maintenance of vessel engineering spaces or the maintenance plans for a fleet of vessels.

Behaviors:

  • Visionary
  • Perceptive
  • Confident

Talent:

  • Logical / Analytical
  • Detail Focused
  • Process Disciplined

Chief Warrant Officer Four

Chief Warrant Officer Two rank

Knowledge:

  • Mastery level knowledge of maritime operations, navigation, deployment and distribution operations. Principle advisor to ASCC’s.

Skills:

  • Command Army Watercraft Detachments. Analyze Operation Plans and provide technical guidance on effective employment of Army Watercraft.

Behaviors:

  • Committed
  • Inspiring
  • Proactive

Talent:

  • Communicator
  • Logical / Analytical
  • Spatially Intelligent

Chief Warrant Officer Five

Chief Warrant Officer Two rank

Knowledge:

  • Expert in maritime domain and operations, deployment and distribution operations. Understands DA Level Army Watercraft program planning, budgeting and execution. Expert in the entire Transportation enterprise.

Skills:

  • Branch technical expert. Capable of leading major TC Branch initiatives. Army and Joint level senior advisor

Behaviors:

  • Calm
  • Diplomatic
  • Charismatic

Talent:

  • Inspirational Leader
  • Interdisciplinary
  • Interpersonal