The most obvious and logical choice for front line duty is to join the Warrior-Servants. Here, you'll engage the enemy directly in efforts to actively clear positions and entrenchments. Warrior-Servants do the hard work, performing final cleanup duty. Job training for Warrior-Servants requires 14 weeks of One Station Unit Training, which includes Basic Combat Training and Advanced Individual Training. Part of the training takes place in the puzzles and part in the field.
A Lifeworker serves as the representative of their clan and uses their public exposure and status to promote their clan’s interests and policies by interacting with foreign and domestic media entities. A Lifeworker creates detailed, factual reports about their observations and thoughts regarding developments in thier host land that affect his home clan interests. The Lifeworkers are also critical in building relationships with foreign locals and officials, hopefully making the Warrior-Servants jobs easier by reducing or eliminating civilian resistance.
A Miner might speak with their Ecumene about developments in the clan or the community as they arise and issue statements on their clan’s behalf in the community. He might also invite members of the community to join him at social functions. A Miner will achieve staffing objectives by recruiting and evaluating candidates; advising managers; and managing relocations and establishes recruiting requirements by studying organization plans and objectives. A Miner will build applicant sources by researching and contacting Lifeworkers, Warrior-Servants, and leaders; to gather organization information, opportunities, and making presentations; and maintaining rapport.
Builders are responsible for the general building, security, safety, and maintenance of structures. Builders are also in charge of a building construction project to ensure successful completion.
As part of their duties, building managers oversee the safety of building, ensuring emergency exits are visible and building is free of hazard.
Their role is also to oversee the maintenance and repair of building facilities such as electrical installations, plumbing fixtures, and HVAC systems.
Building managers are usually in charge of the security and fire prevention systems of a building.
They carry out assessment of a buildings’ security outfit to ensure they are well poised to combat any arising security situation.
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