Welcome to the Starfleet Duty Posts Hub! Here you'll find information about the standard and advanced duty posts that are available to members of Starfleet, along with their parent division and colour! More information is coming soon - you'll be able to click each link for tips that will give you ideas on how to play each one in the best possible way!
Standard Duty Posts
Your character will be responsible for piloting shuttles and starships, coordinating other pilots of lower rank and acting as a guide on unfamiliar planets.
Your character will trouble shoot problems, such as minor repairs, operate the sensors and transporters and is involved in the general administration of the crew.
Your character will be responsible for problem solving. They will be the go-to officer when the ship or its crew encounters an unusual phenomenon, or they may be called on to assist with creative approaches to rescue missions or other, similar emergencies.
Your character is responsible for the ship's engines, systems and structure. They may be called on to solve problems relating to spatial phenomena, in conjunction with the science department, or to jury rig equipment in emergency situations.
Your character is responsible for the physical health of the crew. They may find themselves looking after the sick or injured in both away missions and those based on the ship. They may also find themselves solving mysteries relating to life sciences or medical epidemics.
Your character is responsible for the safety of the captain and crew. They may be involved in ground-based defensive operations, or find themselves manning the ship's tactical console.
Your character is responsible for the mental health of the crew. They may find themselves caring for those who have been subjected to traumatic experiences, such as ground-based combat or unusual accidents. They may also be involved in diplomatic missions, or they may be relied upon to provide advice to the ship's command staff in any number of other situations.
Your character has no responsibilities per se, but has their own niche within the crew to which they belong. They may be a bartender, the partner of one of the members of the crew or a civilian professional, but they are never too far from the source of the action.
Advanced Duty Posts
Your character will be relied on to represent Starfleet and the Federation during encounters with alien species and new forms of life. They may be called on to perform duties outside of their comfort zone.
Your character comes from an engineering background with a specialism in one particular field or system, for example warp theory, impulse drive or computer programming.
Your character may be a medic, scientist or mental health expert, but they are expertly trained in one particular area of expertise, for example archaeology, neurology or forensic psychology.
Your character will be responsible for keeping their commanding officer informed of all information pertinent to the mission at hand. They always report to the commanding officer of their ship, rather than an external organisation. There may be a requirement to obtain information via subterfuge.