The primary responsibility and function of a Range Operations Specialist (ROS) is to comprehensively operate all firing range systems (e.g. software, programs, equipment, etc.) during all shooting activities. An ROS is often depended upon to assist and/or guide range personnel, both on and off the firing range deck, and is expected to do so in a professional and courteous manner at all times.
Work is based out of a busy training center/business office environment and may be subject to frequent interruptions. The standard work week for a Range Operations Specialist is Monday through Friday, with operating hours anywhere between 6:00 AM through 12:00 AM; however, extended hours and weekend hours are also sometimes required. The Day Shift typically runs from 6:00 AM through 3:00 PM. The evening shift typically runs from 3:00 PM through 12:00 AM. The work schedule for a Range Operations Specialist will include hours during the day shift and/or the evening shift, either in their entirety, or any portion or combination thereof. Scheduling is based upon the needs of the training center.
Must be able to lift and carry awkward items weighing up to 80 lbs. Requires intermittent standing, walking, sitting, squatting, stretching, and bending throughout the workday. Requires constant use of hands and fingers to feel, handle or operate objects, tools, or controls, and reach with hands and arms. Specific vision required by this job includes close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, color vision, and the ability to adjust focus.