21V Concrete & Asphalt Equipment Operator Duty Descriptions

21V2O/Concrete Asphalt Equipment Operator

As a Concrete Asphalt Equipment Operator in the 21V2O MOS, your primary responsibility is to erect and operate an asphalt plant for the production of hot mix asphalt. You are skilled in setting up and operating asphalt laydown equipment to meet desired asphalt specifications. Additionally, you have expertise in supervising or operating all equipment used in concrete and asphalt production. You play a crucial role in ensuring that the asphalt produced meets the required specifications for quality and performance.

Concrete/Asphalt Equipment Operator

In your role as a Concrete/Asphalt Equipment Operator, you are responsible for preparing and placing concrete using the M5 Concrete Mobile Mixer Module. This involves loading the module with water, Portland cement, fine aggregate, and coarse aggregate. You adjust the controls to obtain the required mix proportions and slump at the project site. Your responsibilities also include site preparation, construction of concrete forms, finishing concrete surfaces, and conducting maintenance on concrete and engineer equipment. Your expertise ensures that concrete operations are carried out effectively and that the equipment is properly maintained.

Concrete Operations Supervisor

As a Concrete Operations Supervisor, you hold the position of Commander or Operations NCO in an EN (Engineer) Concrete Section. Your role involves overseeing the planning, materials procurement, and environmental and civil approval processes for concrete construction projects. You are responsible for the training, accountability, welfare, physical fitness, and maintenance of the section’s personnel and equipment. Providing leadership, mentorship, and training is a key aspect of your role. You are also responsible for preparing and maintaining the Yearly Training Calendar, Yearly Training Brief, and training on Mission Essential Task List (METL) tasks. Your attention to detail ensures that training schedules and unit training are validated, and you maintain accurate training records. Additionally, you prepare soldiers for MOS (Military Occupational Specialty) training, Noncommissioned Officer Education System (NCOES)/OES (Officer Education System), and functional schools, enabling their professional development and advancement.

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