Job Description: Signal support systems specialists are primarily responsible for working with battlefield signal support systems and terminal devices. This equipment needs to consistently work in order for the Army to direct the movement of its troops. Job duties include: maintain radio and data distribution systems; perform signal support functions and technical assistance for computer systems; provide technical assistance and training for local area networks; maintenance for equipment, terminal devices, assigned vehicles and power generators.
- Branch: Army
- Average Rating:
- Designation: 25U
- Average Salary: $38,036
- Entry Type: Enlisted
- ASVAB: SC: 92, EL: 93
- Degree: High School or GED
- Age: 17-34
- Citizen: U.S. or Permanent Resident
- Category: Computers & Technology
27 Average Age
7,361 Number Employed
6.0 YearsAverage Employment
Pros: Once in a life time experiences
Cons: Health risks and degredation
The most enjoyable part of job is when we work together to set up network communication in a remote location.
Pros: Medical benefits, education benefits.
Cons: Possibility of deployment, movement to new duty station every 2 years
Varies from day to day. Usually starts off the same with checking emails and following up with any open trouble ticket issues or task that arise throughout the day. I’ve learned how work with many people of different work ethics, and how handle myself in tough situation. I worked under short deadlines. Last minute takings. My co-workers are very reliable and proficient. The hardest part of my job is preparation for an event for senior officers. Everyone looses their heads. The most enjoyable part of job is when we work together to set up network communication in a remote location.