Support, Management and Supplying

Cook (Tabahit) – women

The position of a cook exists at many TZAHAL bases as it is necessary to provide 3 daily meals to all the soldiers and officers. “Tabahit” is usually attached to a chief (a professional under contract: “ish-keva”) who makes up a menu and is in charge of the overall cooking process. Cooks’ duties are: cutting salads, boiling, frying, stewing and even baking. In addition, cooks take care of the kitchen equipment, food reserves and order in the kitchen. (more…)
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Army store manager (Mashakit Shekel /Shekem/Kaveret)

KaveretThere is an army store for soldiers at almost every base of the Israeli Army which is better known as “Shekem”. The chain changes its name from time to time and today the stores are called “Kaveret”. The “Kaveret” manager at a base is a position for soldiers in TZAHAL. Occupying this post women serve the customers of the store, keep accounts and inventories, work with suppliers and keep a check of the sales balance sheet. (more…)
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Command post and communication facilities operator (Sambatzit) – women

Sambatzit in TZAHAL is responsible for collecting and processing intelligence received from soldiers in the field and its direct transmission to the chain of command. The operator’s work is an important segment in the process of decision-making by the Command, both in ordinary time as well as in an emergency. (more…)
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Communication technician (Mafilat tikshuv miftzai) – women

MafilTikshuvMifzaiService in the position of a communication technician is a good opportunity for women to gain valuable experience in the TZAHAL. Soldiers in the position of “MATAM” (Mafilat tikshuv miftzai) are responsible for identifying, problem solving, adjustment and calibration of various means of communication and transmission, including tactical control systems, signals encryption, radio sets ground-to-air, etc. (more…)
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Surveillance systems operator (Shlita ve Bakara Yamit)

It is a position for women in TZAHAL. Operators monitor Israeli maritime borders, preventing illegal boundary crossings by foreign ships and enemy forces. Women-operators work with surveillance and movement control systems including night-observation systems, security cameras, computers and various communication equipment. (more…)
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