Army Audio SpecialistEnlisted


Job Detail

Operates and performs organizational maintenance on motion picture sound/magnetic tape recording.

Provides advice and makes, recommendations to the commander aid staff on all matters pertain to enlisted personnel and their families; accompanies the commander on inspections and visits and at ceremonies; assists in inspection of command activities facilities aid personnel as prescribed by the commander; holds first sergeants' or sergeants' major call to announce information and instructions; insures that newly assigned enlisted personnel are instructed in military courtesy, customs, of the service, and command regulations or policies; provides counsel and guidance to NCOs and other enlisted personnel of the command; inspects duties performed by subordinate NCOs; notes discrepancies and initiates appropriate corrective action; assists in reception of visitors to the command; sits as president or, member of command promotion board for NCOs, as authorized by regulations; performs other duties prescribed by, the commander.

Must be able to perform the duties of TV Production Specialist (84F20); supervises production personnel engaged in stage property, makeup and other production and related technical activities; conducts or assists in conducting rehearsals, telecasts or recording presentations; views television production recordings to maintain continuous check on effectiveness, continuity of theme, mood. And quality; assists in cutting, titling, rearranging of picture and sound recordings for best effect; prepares detailed reports of production activities; must be able to perform the duties of Photographic Laboratory Specialist (84G40); serves as First Sergeant of a company; interprets and supervises execution of company policy and SOP; assists in planning, coordinating, and supervising all activities that support the company mission; advises company commander on all matters concerning enlisted personnel, to include assignments, reassignments, transfers, promotions, granting of passes and leave, punishments, welfare, privileges, and awards; directs and coordinates company administration; forms unit for drill, ceremonies, and other military formations; receives report of personnel present and absent, and reports number of unauthorized absences; holds NCO call to disseminate instructions and information to subordinate enlisted supervisors; coordinates operation of company food service and supply activities; assists company commander in accomplishing unit training; assists in inspection of organizational activities as prescribed by commander, observes discrepancies, and initiates appropriate corrective action.

Operates and performs organizational maintenance on audio equipment; operates and performs organizational maintenance on sound-recording/reproduction equipment, sound reinforcement and distribution systems, magnetic tape recording, television audio and motion picture sound recording equipment, including public address systems, multiple tape systems, language labs and audio-visual educational systems; determines sound and audio requirements; assembles, sets up, positions and interconnects equipment; monitors sound during recording operations and television or radio presentations; instructs in techniques of speaking before camera and microphones; controls tone and volume of sound to maintain proper signal to noise ratio and proper modulation; maintains balance between types of sounds; maintains natural voice modulation; inserts sound effects and background music on cue; performs organizational maintenance on sound equipment; adjusts and maintenance calibrates components of sound systems of cameras and amplifiers; isolates inoperative or defective parts; replaces defective components; acts as an assistant in the production of live and recorded television presentations for training, information, medical and morale purposes; assists producer, director and script writer in preparation, selection, interpretation and revision of scripts; plans, designs and prepares stage settings, scenery, graphics, background and special effects; estimates requirements for personnel, properties and equipment; assists in erecting, dressing and striking sets; operates special effects devices; moves production equipment; performs related television production duties.

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