POSITION SUMMARY :
Under the supervision of the Material Maintenanace Manager / TechnicalInspector Lead, performs initial, in-progress and final inspections on various typesof military, commerial, and other forms of Utilities and Special Purpose equipment, Power-
Generation equipment, Quartermasterand Chemical equipment, and Construction equipment. Makes proper classification determinations as it pertainsto U.
S. Government property. Assists Shops as needed with Troubleshootingprocesses. Uses proper Test Measurement and Diagnostics Equipment (TMDE) in thedaily operations phase.
Test and Troubleshoot all forms of heating, ventilation, and airconditioning (HVAC) Systems. Conduct Actual Cost ofDamages (ACOD), Estimated Cost of Damages (ECOD), Estimated Cost of Repairs(ECOR) and Estimated Cost of Fabrication (ECOF).
Conduct Tests on Serviced,Repaired and Overhauled equipment to ensure operating efficiency beforereturning to customer. Understands the automotive repair shop equipment andfunctions in order to provide assistance and coverage whenever needed.
Perform technical research andensure operational readiness of assigned equipment.
MAJOR JOB ACTIVITIES :
1.Conductfield / sustainment level technical inspection on utilities equipment and specialpurpose support systems such as air conditioner electrical systems, airconditioner vapor systems, refrigeration unit electrical systems, portableheater fuel / electrical systems, fire extinguisher rechargers and fireextinguishers / valves, petroleum, oil and lubrication equipment, smokegenerators, laundry and bath units, chemical equipment, water purificationequipment systems, portable forced air heaters, air conditioner units andrefrigeration units.
2.Conductfield / sustainment level technical inspection on tactical power generation sets,power distribution systems, internal combustion engines and associatedequipment such as power generation equipment, internal combustion engines andassociated equipment up through 200KW (except for turbine engine drivengenerators)
3.Conductfield / sustainment level technical inspection on chemical equipment,quartermaster machinery, forced air-heaters, and special purpose equipment suchas electrical / fuel heater systems, liquid pumps and pumping systems, tacticaland lightweight reverse osmosis water purification systems, decontaminationsystems, protective filter systems, smoke generator systems, laundry systemsand internal combustion engine ignition / fuel / cooling / electrical systems.
and poweredbridging. Also conducts inspection of engines, power trains, fuel andelectrical systems, hydraulic systems, earth-
moving components and pneumaticequipment.
5.Conductfield / sustainment level technical inspection on various Military and commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) MaterialHandling Equipment (MHE) such as forklifts, Container Handlers and Cranes.
6.Perform initial, in-progress, classification and finalinspections
7.Operate and inspect equipment todiagnose and troubleshoot defects.
8.Use technical manuals, bulletinsand written directives in the performance of all inspections.
9.Examine parts for damage orexcessive wear using micrometers and gauges.
10.Order required repair parts using appropriate militaryor COTS technical manuals.
11.Performbattlefield damage assessment and repair (BDAR)
12.Classifiesequipment for disposal IAW Army regulationsand verify equipment conditioncodes.
13.Perform testingand certification of equipment and material during Load Testing Process
14.Perform PDQRprocess when receiving improper or damaged repair parts.
15.Perform loadtesting of various equipment IAW applicable technical reference.
16.Performs otherduties as assigned
MATERIAL & EQUIPMENTDIRECTLY USED :
Mechanic'shand tools, shop tools, multi-meter, gauges, jack stands, and other forms ofTMDE; Technical Manuals (Electronic and Paper).
Computers, Printers and otherforms of office equipment.
WORKING ENVIRONMENT :
Work is generally conducted in ashop environment; however, duties may involve the conduct of work in theout-of-doors area with a potential exposure to extreme climatic conditions.
Work will require very heavy lifting, stooping, climbing, prolonged standing,prolonged sitting and working with or in areas where a potential could existfor exposure to physical, chemical or biological agents.
Employee use ofPersonal Protective Equipment (PPE) is required in certain areas. Such PPEincludes but is not limited to head, foot, hand, torso, respiratory, vision andhearing protective devices.
Must comply with Occupational Safety and Health Act(OSHA), Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and Fire Regulations andpublished company work rules.
PHYSICAL ACTIVITIES :
Workmay require lifting up to 50 pounds, stooping, climbing, prolonged standing,prolonged sitting, and working with or in areas where a potential could existfor exposure to physical, chemical or biological agents.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS :
Education / Certifications : Oneyear related experience may be substituted for one year of education, if degreeis required.
1.HighSchool Graduate or equivalent.
2.Formaltraining (completion of MOS 91C, D, J or L course conducted under the auspicesof the USA Ordnance School) is mandatory or meet verifiable civilian acquiredskills criteria.
Must provide DD Form 214 for verification of militaryexperience.
3.HVACTechnician Certification or have completed the Residential and Light CommercialIndustry Competency Exams (ICE) and the EPA 608 (Type 1 and 2) & 609certifications.
4.AutomotiveService Excellence (ASE) certifications in the automotive maintenance areapreferred.
5.A valid US Driver’s License and the ability to obtain a U.S.Government Motor Vehicle Operator’s License and Kuwait Driver’s License arerequired.
Note : U.S. driver’slicense must be valid for at least 18-24 months after hiring date.
6.Must be able to obtain Kuwait Heavy Drivers License.
1. Minimum of eight yearscontinuous experience performing maintenance services and overhaul of Combat
Tactical Engineering, Power Generation and Ancillary Support equipment at theMechanic or Inspector level.
or have completed the Residential and Light Commercial IndustryCompetency Exams (ICE) and the EPA 608 (Type 1 and 2) & 609 certifications.
1.Must possess the technical skills to identifydifferent repair requirements as it pertains to Engineer Equipment.
2.Must have expert knowledge of Technical and Commercialmanuals for Servicing, Operational and Repair so that the correct proceduresare used on the proper equipment.
3.Must be an expert in Corrective Actions performedby the Maintenance Teams and only ensure that his equipment is FMC when clearedby the shops.
4.Must have the ability to troubleshoot, Service andRepair HVAC Systems work ordered by the customers.
5.Must have full knowledge of TMDE and its proper usage.
6.Must be proficient in how the repair parts systemworks and what to do when it doesn’t work correctly.
7.Must be proficient in all phases of the paperworkthat pertains to the Services, maintenance, repairs, classification and etc.
8.Must have expert knowledge of the maintenanceprints so as to be able to establish workload priority.
9.Must have expert knowledge of Load Test proceduresand processes.
10.Must have expert knowledge of equipment operationsas it is critical to working as a master driver for that shop.
11.Must be capable of giving and receiving instructions toall of the work force in the Shops.
12.Ability to Inspect Check and Test all types of HVACSystem
13.Musthave a working knowledge of the Army Corrosion Prevention Program.
14.Mustbe knowledgeable of The Army Maintenance Management Systems (TAMMS).
15.Ability to obtain a CAC and aLogistics Information Warehouse (LIW) account.
SUPERVISORY / BUDGETRESPONSIBILITIES :