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Description. Manpower information system analysts serve as the functional managers of specific, fielded Manpower Information Systems in a
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regional jurisdiction. These Marines serve as critical management supervisors for the Marines Corps Total Force System (MCTFS) which impacts all active, reserve and retired personnel.
MIS analysts provide procedural assistance in the preparation, submission, retrieval and audit of records and reports within the MCTFS, the Diary/Marine Integrated Personnel System (UD/MIPS), the On-line Diary System (OLDS), SABRS Manpower Analytical Retrieval Tool System (SMARTS), and other automated manpower information systems. Typical duties of MIS analyst include research, procedural or system problem solving for reporting units, monitoring completion of class I systems cyclic updates, Marine Online (MOL) Issues, and conducting educational/training contact visits to both active and reserve reporting units within the regional jurisdiction. Duties of this magnitude require that they typically support over 100 reporting units and anywhere from 20,000 to 70,000 Marines within their respective geographical region. MOS 0171 can only be assigned upon completion of 12 months OJT in a Manpower Information System Support Office (MISSO) with approval of the Officer in Charge of the MISSO and CMC (MIO). MOS
0171 should be considered more extensive than MOSs 0121/0193 requirements due to the broad spectrum of functional areas
covered. This MOS will be assigned a NMOS only.
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Input for this MOS will normally be restricted to Marines possessing MOS 0121, or MOS 0193.
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Requirements. (1) Complete the Advanced Personnel Administration Course conducted at Camp Lejeune, NC, and demonstrate MOS qualifications through the respective MISSO. (2) Demonstrate qualification through performance during a 12-month tour in a MISSO. Assignments are made to qualified Marines who: (a) Demonstrate advanced proficiency of a windows working environment. (b) Demonstrate advanced proficiency of the Marine Corps standard word processing and database software. (c) Demonstrate advanced knowledge of Local Area Network (LAN), Wide Area Network (WAN), and Deployed Local Area Network
(d) Demonstrate advanced knowledge and capabilities of Marine Corps Total Force System (MCTFS).
(e) Demonstrate advanced knowledge and capabilities of Unit Diary/Manpower Integrated Personnel System (UD/MIPS). (f) Demonstrate advanced knowledge of Terminal Area Security Officer (TASO) responsibilities/duties.
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(g) Demonstrate advanced knowledge of the Automated Pay System.
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For a complete listing of duties and tasks, refer to NAVMC Directive 3500.3, Personnel and Administration Training and Readiness Manual. e. Related SOC Classification/SOC Code. Computer Systems Analysts 15-
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Related SOC Classification/SOC Code. Related Military Skill. (1) Personnel Clerk, 0121. (2) Personnel Administrative Chief, 0193.
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USMC MOS CODES FIELD 01, PERSONNEL AND ADMINISTRATION (7) (/references/military-occupationcodes/usmc/field-01-personnel-andadministration) FIELD 02, INTELLIGENCE (11) (/references/military-occupationcodes/usmc/field-02-intelligence) FIELD 03, INFANTRY (15) (/references/military-occupationcodes/usmc/field-03-infantry) FIELD 04, LOGISTICS (7) (/references/military-occupationcodes/usmc/field-04-logistics) FIELD 05, MARINE AIR GROUND TASK FORCE (4) (/references/militaryoccupation-codes/usmc/field-05-marineair-ground-task-force) FIELD 06, COMMUNICATIONS (20) (/references/military-occupationcodes/usmc/field-06-communications) FIELD 08, FIELD ARTILLERY (7) (/references/military-occupationcodes/usmc/field-08-field-artillery) FIELD 09, TRAINING (8) (/references/military-occupationcodes/usmc/field-09-training) FIELD 11, UTILITIES (5) (/references/military-occupationcodes/usmc/field-11-utilities) FIELD 13, ENGINEER, CONSTRUCTION, FACILITIES, AND EQUIPMENT (10) (/references/militaryoccupation-codes/usmc/field-13engineer-construction-facilities-andequipment) FIELD 18, TANK AND ASSAULT AMPHIBIOUS VEHICLE (3) (/references/military-occupationcodes/usmc/field-18-tank-and-assaultamphibious-vehicle) FIELD 21, GROUND ORDNANCE MAINTENANCE (11) (/references/military-occupationcodes/usmc/field-21-ground-ordnancemaintenance) FIELD 23, AMMUNITION AND EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DISPOSAL (2) (/references/military-occupationcodes/usmc/field-23-ammunition-andexplosive-ordnance-disposal) FIELD 26, SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE/GROUND ELECTRONIC WARFARE (10) (/references/militaryoccupation-codes/usmc/field-26-signalsintelligence-ground-electronic-warfare) FIELD 27, LINGUIST (57) (/references/military-occupationcodes/usmc/field-27-linguist) FIELD 28, GROUND ELECTRONICS MAINTENANCE (14) (/references/military-occupationcodes/usmc/field-28-ground-electronicsmaintenance) FIELD 30, SUPPLY ADMINISTRATION AND OPERATIONS (6) (/references/military-occupationcodes/usmc/field-30-supply-
administration-and-operations) FIELD 31, DISTRIBUTION MANAGEMENT (1) (/references/militaryoccupation-codes/usmc/field-31distribution-management) FIELD 33, FOOD SERVICE (2) (/references/military-occupationcodes/usmc/field-33-food-service) FIELD 34, FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT (3) (/references/military-occupationcodes/usmc/field-34-financialmanagement) FIELD 35, MOTOR TRANSPORT (11) (/references/military-occupationcodes/usmc/field-35-motor-transport) FIELD 41, MARINE CORPS COMMUNITY SERVICES (1) (/references/military-occupationcodes/usmc/field-41-marine-corpscommunity-services) FIELD 43, PUBLIC AFFAIRS (2) (/references/military-occupationcodes/usmc/field-43-public-affairs) FIELD 44, LEGAL SERVICES (2) (/references/military-occupationcodes/usmc/field-44-legal-services) FIELD 46, COMBAT CAMERA (5) (/references/military-occupationcodes/usmc/field-46-combat-camera) FIELD 48, RECRUITING AND RETENTION (1) (/references/militaryoccupation-codes/usmc/field-48recruiting-and-retention) FIELD 55, MUSIC (21) (/references/military-occupationcodes/usmc/field-55-music) FIELD 57, CHEMICAL, BIOLOGICAL, RADIOLOGICAL AND NUCLEAR (2) (/references/military-occupationcodes/usmc/field-57-chemical-biologicalradiological-and-nuclear) FIELD 58, MILITARY POLICE AND CORRECTIONS (10) (/references/military-occupationcodes/usmc/field-58-military-police-andcorrections) FIELD 59, ELECTRONICS MAINTENANCE (10) (/references/military-occupationcodes/usmc/field-59-electronicsmaintenance) FIELD 60, AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE (15) (/references/military-occupationcodes/usmc/field-60-aircraftmaintenance) FIELD 61, AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE (ROTARY-WING) (23) (/references/military-occupationcodes/usmc/field-61-aircraftmaintenance-rotary-wing) FIELD 62, AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE (FIXED-WING) (28) (/references/militaryoccupation-codes/usmc/field-62-aircraftmaintenance-fixed-wing) FIELD 63, ORGANIZATIONAL AVIONICS MAINTENANCE (17) (/references/military-occupationcodes/usmc/field-63-organizationalavionics-maintenance) FIELD 64, INTERMEDIATE AVIONICS MAINTENANCE (13) (/references/military-occupationcodes/usmc/field-64-intermediateavionics-maintenance) FIELD 65, AVIATION ORDNANCE (3) (/references/military-occupationcodes/usmc/field-65-aviation-ordnance) FIELD 66, AVIATION LOGISTICS (4) (/references/military-occupationcodes/usmc/field-66-aviation-logistics) FIELD 68, METEOROLOGY AND OCEANOGRAPHY (3) (/references/military-occupationcodes/usmc/field-68-meteorology-andoceanography) FIELD 70, AIRFIELD SERVICES (3) (/references/military-occupationcodes/usmc/field-70-airfield-services) FIELD 72, AIR CONTROL / AIR SUPPORT / ANTIAIR WARFARE / AIR (11) (/references/military-occupationcodes/usmc/field-72-air-control-airsupport-antiair-warfare-air) FIELD 73, NAVIGATION OFFICER / ENLISTED FLIGHT CREWS (7) (/references/military-occupationcodes/usmc/field-73-navigation-officerenlisted-flight-crews)
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