The optical laboratory specialist assembles spectacles utilizing presurfaced single-vision lens. surfaces multivision lens and assembles multivision spectacles.
Surfaces lens blanks, fabricates, repairs, and assembles prescription spectacles; maintains tools and equipment; performs prescription related administration; provides technical guidance, inspects completed spectacles, and insures quality control standards; develops stock levels, requisitions, stores, and maintains optical supplies and equipment; prepares and conducts training programs and instructs on preventive maintenance and safety procedures.
Determines personnel requirements, establishes priorities and organizes work schedules; plans layout of work areas; prepares and conducts training programs; inspects to ensure a safe, clean and orderly working environment; supervises quality control procedures; drafts and prepares budget estimates and monitors records of cost data and expenditures; performs staff, budget and advisory duties; prepares other technical, administrative, and personnel reports; coordinates activities of optical laboratory with medical treatment facilities; must be qualified in an MOS in CMF 91(Medical) at the 4 skill level; supervises and provides technical guidance within the Army Medical Department and Army Special Staff Activities.
Must be qualified in an MOS in CMF 91(Medical) at the 4 skill level; supervises and provides technical guidance within the Army Medical Department and Army Special Staff Activities; provides advice and makes recommendations to the commander and staff on all matters pertaining to enlisted soldiers and their families; accompanies the commander on inspections, visits and ceremonies; assists in inspection of command activities, facilities and personnel as prescribed by the commander; ensures adherence to command policies; holds First Sergeants' or Sergeants' Major call to announce information and instruction; ensures that newly assigned enlisted personnel are instructed in military courtesy, customs of the service and command regulations or policies; responsible for monitoring training or conducts training of enlisted soldiers; assesses training at all levels and provides feedback to appropriate commanders and leaders; provides counsel and guidance to NCOs and other enlisted soldiers of the command; responsible for and provides guidance on Non-Commissioned Officer Education System (NCOES) and Non-Commissioned Officer Development Program (NCODP); inspects duties performed by subordinate NCOs; notes discrepancies and initiates appropriate corrective action; assists in reception of visitors to the command; serves as president or member of command promotion board or removal board for NCOs, as authorized by regulations; sits as chairperson or member of a command's Military Member of the Quarter/Year competition for enlisted soldiers or NCOs, as directed by local regulations; responsible for quality, control and training of noncommissioned officer evaluation reports (NCOER) while ensuring timely submissions; reviews evaluation reports to determine compliance with policies and procedures and recommends corrective actions on deficiencies to commanders, other leaders and rating officials; performs other duties prescribed by the commander; assists in the professional development of junior and company grade officer.