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Motor Vehicle Operator, WG-5703-08

Air Force Civilian Service Mcguire Afb, NJ
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Job Description

Duties

The following list of duties is not conclusive but provides a brief snapshot of the duties that may be required for this position:  A copy of the complete position description is available in the Human Resource Office.

DUTIES: Receives, in-checks, routes, and moves parts, assemblies, components, and on-base turn-ins into and out of industrial shops. Interprets packing manuals and specifications and determines containers, protective devices, cushioning materials, methods, and techniques needed for packing a variety of tools, parts, equipment, and other items, taking into consideration such factors as size, type, weight, fragility, hazardous materials, transportation mode, and destination of items. Constructs containers such as crates, boxes, cases and skids for use in shipment of items, utilizing Special Packaging Instructions (SPIs) when available to determine proper support requirements for items being prepared for shipment. Determines proper identification, marking, labeling, and inclusion of shipping documents and special handling instructions on all shipments. Assists the Distribution Manager as required in actions such as determining freight shipping requirements consistent with efficiency and transportation priorities.

Qualifications

BONUS/INCENTIVE RECIPIENTS: If you are currently receiving any type of incentive such as, bonus, student loan repayment, or GI Bill kicker, These incentives will stop effective on the first day of full time employment with the National Guard. Contact your Education Services Office with any questions and to determine if you will incur a debt.

QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED:  APPLICANT MUST PROVIDE A COPY OF A CURRENT VALID DRIVERS LICENSEGENERAL EXPERIENCE: Experience or training which demonstrates the ability to operate one or more motor vehicles including platform trucks, van trucks, fuel trucks, stake trucks, dump trucks, and trash removal trucks which typically have an approximate gross vehicle weight of more than 11,700 kilograms (26,000 pounds) and up to 14,400 kilograms (less than 32,000 pounds). Please address the following Knowledge, Skills and Abilities (KSAs) in your resume: Applicants who meet the eligibility requirements will be further evaluated on the following KSAs considered essential to perform the duties and responsibilities of this position.

SPECIALIZED EXPERIENCE: Must have 12 months of experience in the following:

SKILL to operate vehicles that have limited maneuverability; have more than one body and two breaking systems; or are oversized.

SKILL to operate these vehicles over a variety of roads including interstate highways, narrow country roads, and on steep winding grades.

KNOWLEDGE of turning the vehicles, in elevating the condition and load limits of bridges, in scheduling weigh points, and in accessing traffic conditions and hazards, locally and over long-distance routes in unfamiliar geographic areas.

KNOWLEDGE of warehousing plans and accepted warehousing methods, procedures and techniques.

ABILITY to perform a variety of extensive servicing and light maintenance work on assigned vehicles.

SUBSTITUTION FOR SPECIALIZED EXPERIENCE: N/A

 

 

APPLICANTS MUST PROVIDE THE FOLLOWING DOCUMENTS WITH THEIR RESUME:

Current Resume (name on resume must match current military ID or drivers license)

Current valid unexpired state drivers License

ANG/AIR FORCE:  Current Records Review Record (RIP)

ARNG/Army:  Current Personal Qualifications Report (PQR)

Proof of Security Clearance Level (if applicable)

DD214 for applicants who are separated from military service.  This includes anyone who is no longer in the military.

Army

Applicant must provide a copy of printout from JPAS.   Applicant can obtain this from their Unit JPAS Manager   (If Applicable

Other branches of military service equivalent military personal information that will provide current military rank, ASVAB Scores, clearance level etc.

 

 

BENEFITS

The following Web addresses are provided for your reference to explore the major benefits offered to most Federal employees.

Main site for new federal employees - http://www.opm.gov/insure/new_employ/index.asp

Flexible Spending Accounts - This Program allows you to pay for certain health and dependent care expenses with pre-tax dollars. For additional information visit: https://www.fsafeds.com/fsafeds/index.asp

Health Insurance - The FEHB Program offers over 100 optional plans. For additional information visit: http://www.opm.gov/insure/health/index.asp

Leave - Most Federal employees earn both annual and sick leave. For additional information visit: http://www.opm.gov/oca/leave/index.asp

Life Insurance - The FEGLI Program offers Basic Life Insurance plus three types of optional insurance, for additional information visit: http://www.opm.gov/insure/life/index.asp

Long Term Care Insurance - The FLTCIP provides long term care insurance for Federal employees and their parents, parents-in-law, stepparents, spouses, and adult children. For additional information visit: http://www.ltcfeds.com/

Retirement Program - Almost all new employees are automatically covered by the Federal Employees Retirement System (FERS). FERS is a three-tiered retirement plan. The three tiers are: Social Security Benefits, Basic Benefit Plan, Thrift Savings Plan. For additional information visit: http://www.opm.gov/retire/index.asp


Other Information

PARTICIPATION IN DIRECT DEPOSIT IS MANDATORY

UNDER 5USC 2108 & 5CFR 211, VETERANS PREFERENCE CRITERIA DOES NOT APPLY

PERMANENCT CHANGE OF STATIONS (PCS) NOT AUTHORIZED

Financial Suitability - It is the policy of the government not to deny employment simply because an individual has been unemployed or has had financial difficulties that have arisen through no fault of the individual. Information about an individuals employment experience will be used only to determine the persons qualifications and to assess his or her relative level of knowledge, skills, and abilities.   Although an individuals personal conduct may be relevant in any employment decision, including conduct during periods of unemployment or evidence of dishonesty in handling financial matters, financial difficulty that has arisen through no fault of the individual will generally not itself be the basis of an unfavorable suitability or fitness determination.

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