25B AIT - Job Description

Information Technology Specialist (25B)


Computers are essential to every division of the military. Information Technology Specialists have the great responsibility of maintaining, processing and troubleshooting military computer systems and operations. Information Technology Specialists may perform some of the following duties:
Identifying computer-user problems and coordinating to resolve them
Installing, configuring and monitoring local and wide-area networks, hardware and software
Compiling, entering and processing information
Providing customer and network administration services such as passwords, electronic mail accounts, security and troubleshooting
Constructing, editing and testing computer system programs
Conducting data system studies and preparing documentation and specifications for proposals
Assisting in the design, preparation, editing and testing of computer programs

Training


Job training for an Information Technology Specialist consists of nine weeks of Basic Training, where you'll learn basic Soldiering skills, and approximately 20 weeks of Advanced Individual training with classroom instruction. During the course of your training, you'll become experienced in:
Use of computer consoles and peripheral equipment
Computer systems concepts
Planning, designing and testing computer systems

Helpful Skills


Helpful attributes include:
Interest in typing and computer science
Interest in work requiring accuracy and attention to detail
Ability to communicate effectively
Interest in working with computer equipment
Experience in installing software and setting up computers

 



 

POC

15th Regimental Signal Brigade
Building 29603, Barnes Ave
Fort Gordon, GA 30905
Battalion CQ 706-791-8314
DSN number (706) 791-8314
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