Military Occupational Specialties (MOS) - Medical Service Corps

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Looking for jobs in the US Army? Military Occupational Specialties (MOS) is the US Army's term for the various jobs available to those that enlist. Take a look at the job listing below and see if any of these jobs are of interest to you.
Click on the name of the job specialty to see additional details about that MOS and requirements to do the various jobs.

Specialty CMF Major Duties
Animal Care Specialist 68T

Supervises or provides the care, management, treatment, and sanitary conditions for animals, with a primary responsibility of prevention and control of diseases transmitted from animal to man and comprehensive care for government owned animals.

Biomedical Equipment Specialist 68A

Performs maintenance services and repairs of all medical equipment. This equipment employs mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic, compressed gas and steam, electrical/electronic, solid state, digital, microprocessor, optical, and radiological principles.

Clinical Psychologist 73BO

As a clinical psychologist in the Army, you will promote effective mental health in our collaborative health care environment. As a clinical psychologist and an Officer on the U.S. Army Health Care Team, you'll have the opportunity to work with soldiers and their families - in a variety of settings.

Dental Corps Officer 63O

A Dental Corps officer is responsible for providing health care to soldiers, their families and others eligible to receive this care in the military community. During combat, the Dental Corps Officer assists in the emergency medical management of casualties; identifies casualties through dental records and makes sure Soldiers are combat ready when it comes to their health.

Dental Specialist 68E

Assists the dental officer in prevention, examination, and treatment of diseases of teeth and oral region, or assists with the management of dental treatment facilities.

Flight Surgeon 61NO

A Flight Surgeon serves as the liaison between the medical and aviation commands, and has both clinical and non-clinical duties. The clinical duties involve providing primary medical care to all aviation and support personnel, as well as reviewing medical care provided by others and reviewing its impact on the flight status upon an individual, and performing aeromedical and in-flight evaluations. The non-clinical duties involve providing 24-hour on call service, establishing procedures for grounding of crewmen, monitoring the physical and mental health of all aviation personnel, and participate in Flying Evaluation Board (FEB) to determine if personnel are able to perform aviation duties.

Hospital Food Service Specialist 68M

Assists in the supervision of medical nutrition care operations, or plans, prepares, cooks, and serves food for regular and modified diets in field and fixed hospitals.

Medical Corps Officer 62O

As a Medical Service Corps officer, you will be responsible for providing health care to soldiers, their families and others eligible to receive this care in the military community. During combat, the Medical Corps Officer oversees the emergency medical management of casualties and makes sure Soldiers are combat ready when it comes to their overall health.

Medical Laboratory Specialist 68K

Performs blood-banking procedures and elementary and advanced examinations of biological and environmental specimens to aid in the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of disease and other medical disorders.

Medical Logistics Specialist 68J

Performs or supervises requisitioning, receipt, inventory management, storage, preservation, issue, salvage, destruction stock control, quality control, property management, repair parts management, inspection, packing and shipping, care, segregation, and accounting of medical supplies and equipment.

Medical Operations Officer 70H

A Medical Operations Officer plans and directs the activities of personnel and units responsible for inventory management of all Class VIII medical supplies. The Medical Operations Officer also directs and exercises staff supervision of units engaged in production, acquisition, storage, and distribution of medical equipment, repair parts, and supplies. The Medical Operations Officer also serves as an advisor to commanders and their staffs on the subject of supporting Health Services operations.

Medical Service Corps Officer 67O

Medical Service Corps Officers are essential in treating and helping the overall health of Soldiers and their families. They are also responsible for much of the medical research that takes place in the Army.

Medical Specialist Corps Officer 65O

Medical Specialist Corps Officers are essential in treating and helping the overall health of Soldiers and their families. From medical fields such as occupational therapy and physical therapy to dietician and physician assistant, the Army Medical Specialist Corps includes four areas of specialty:

Mental Health Specialist 68X

Under the supervision of a psychiatrist, social worker, psychiatric nurse, or psychologist, assists with the management and treatment in/out-patient mental health activities during peace time or mobilization; collects and records psychosocial and physical data; counsels and treats clients/ patients with personal, behavioral, or mental health problems.

Nurse Corps Officer 66O

s an Officer in the Army Nurse Corps, you will lead a nursing team in caring for Soldiers and their families. You will be responsible for and address all aspects of patient care, including initiating and coordinating multidisciplinary care. You'll also identify and organize resources for patients and their families to help with inpatient, outpatient and home care.

Operating Room Specialist 68D

Assists the nursing staff in preparing the patient and the operating room (OR) environment for surgery and for providing assistance to the medical staff during surgical procedures. They also operate the centralized material service (CMS) and are responsible for preparing and maintaining sterile medical supplies and special equipment for medical treatment facilities. The operating room specialist also assists in the management of OR suites.

Optical Laboratory Specialist 68H

Assembles spectacles utilizing presurfaced single-vision lenses; surfaces multi-vision lens and assembles multi-vision spectacles; repairs and fabricates spectacles and supervises optical laboratory personnel.

Patient Administration Specialist 68G

Supervises or performs administrative duties in patient administration division of hospital or other medical activity.

Pharmacy Specialist 68Q

Prepares, controls, and issues pharmaceutical products under the supervision of a pharmacist or physician, or supervises pharmacy activities.

Preventive Medicine Specialist 68S

Conducts or assists with preventive medicine inspections, surveys, control operations, and preventive medicine laboratory procedures, supervises preventive medicine facilities, or serves on preventive medicine staff.

Radiology Specialist 68P

Operates fixed and portable radiology equipment or supervises radiology activities.

Respiratory Specialist 68V

Assists with the management of a respiratory unit or administers respiratory therapy and performs pulmonary function tests under the supervision of a physician or nurse anesthetist.

Veterinary Food Inspection Specialist 68R

Supervises the inspection of, or inspects, meat, poultry, water foods, eggs, dairy products, operational rations, fresh fruits, and vegetables in depots, supply points, and on military installations to assure a safe, high quality food supply for DoD personnel in all environments with emphasis on the field wartime environment.