In 2004, the Engineer MOS changed from CMF 12 to CMF 21. In 2009, the Engineer MOS changed again, from CMF 21 to CMF 12.
Directorate of Public Works NCOIC
As the NCOIC (Noncommissioned Officer in Charge) of the Directorate of Public Works, you hold the role of Operations NCO for a workforce of 365 individuals. Your responsibilities encompass the execution of a $95 million Operations and Maintenance (OMA)/Army Family Housing (AFH) program and a $700 million construction program for the 16,000-member Stuttgart military community in Germany. You serve as the principal NCO interface with 11 separate Command Sergeants Major, addressing facility engineering issues. Your role includes providing engineering and housing operational control over a 1,000 square mile area, which comprises five installations, 720 buildings, 22 Soldier barracks, and other occupied facilities. Your expertise and leadership are essential in ensuring the effective management and maintenance of the military community.
General Engineering Supervisor
In the position of General Engineering Supervisor, you supervise general engineering activities related to construction and utility operations. You assist engineer officers in construction planning, scheduling, and material estimating. Additionally, you contribute to the preparation of operation orders, standing operating procedures, and contingency plans. Your role involves providing staff supervision and serving as the principal noncommissioned officer directing units engaged in general engineering missions. You conduct inspections of construction and training activities and supervise the performance of combat engineering missions. Your expertise and oversight contribute to the successful execution of engineering operations.
As an Engineering Supervisor, you are responsible for supervising a Construction Platoon consisting of 36 Soldiers. You ensure the mission readiness of 15 pieces of equipment and engineer tools valued at over $2,000,000. Your role includes reading and interpreting construction drawings, estimating material, time, equipment, and labor requirements. You prioritize and schedule engineer tasks and efforts. You supervise the construction and repair of wood, concrete, masonry, or prefabricated structures, as well as the installation and repair of utility systems. Additionally, you inspect structures and facilities for compliance with specifications and provide direction for operator maintenance on assigned vehicles and equipment. Your supervision and expertise play a crucial role in the successful completion of construction projects and the efficient operation of engineering activities.