--Installs, inspects, troubleshoots, maintains, repairs, operates, overhauls, tests and modifies powered ground support equipment, such as engine driven generator sets, heaters, ventilation, air compressing, refrigeration and air conditioning equipment for all special purpose tactical environmental control units, most of which have highly sophisticated and complex electronic, electrical and/or pneumatic control circuits. Provides similar support for fixed facilities.
-- Performs intermediate-level maintenance on powered support equipment. This includes working on engines and generators such as removing, repairing, and overhauling of accessories, and rebuilding of units. Engine rebuilding work requires removal and replacement of crankshafts, pistons, and other integral parts. Replaces, checks and adjusts valves, bearings, cams, clutches, bushings, springs, armatures, pushrods, exhaust manifolds, tubing, hose and defective wiring. Diagnoses malfunctions, using visual and auditory senses, test equipment and applicable technical publications; makes repairs, removes, disassembles and assembles components and sub-systems.
-- Uses special purpose power generating equipment and systems to provide electrical power for deployable communications and data processing facilities.
-- Uses special purpose air conditioning units and systems to provide specific and critical temperature control in deployable communications and data processing facilities.
-- Installs, inspects, troubleshoots, repairs, and modifies multi-fuel tactical heating units.
-- Utilizes a variety of specialized tools and sophisticated test equipment.
-- Utilizes layout drawings electrical, electronic, pneumatic, and refrigeration schematics and pictorial diagrams to solve maintenance problems.
-- Performs periodic scheduled maintenance inspections.
-- Paints equipment to possibly include Chemical Agent Resistant Coating (CARC) finishes.
-- Maintains and provides for benchstock, automated maintenance and mobility products, Test, Measurement, & Diagnostic Equipment (TMDE), hazardous waste, contaminated waste control, and safety procedures. Maintains historical and training records and performs administrative duties for technical orders (TO) and files.
- Plans and fabricates electrical power distribution equipment, power and lightning grounding schemes, cables and connectors to interface with military and commercial power systems and sub-systems.
-- Generates configuration documentation (e.g. diagrams and electrical load requirements) for deployed powered ground support and HVAC configurations.
-- Tracks, accounts for and coordinates equipment status and location through production control utilizing automated systems. Performs systems trend analysis. Performs Maintenance Data Collection (MDC) and Maintenance Standardization Evaluation Program (MSEP) processes.
--Implements work center training programs, to include task scheduling and training activities for drill status guard members. Conducts on-the-job training (OJT) for personnel. Creates and develops lesson plans. Ensures availability of facilities and training aids. Monitors the training status of personnel and ensures that supplemental and/or remedial training is accomplished. Incumbent is responsible for mobilization readiness of section personnel and equipment. Conducts unit wide operator training programs for limited equipment (e.g. generator operator training). Conducts unit wide training in environmental issues including Hazardous Communication (HAZCOM), Hazardous Material (HAZMAT) and other environmental related areas. Acts as the unit environmental manager.
**** A more comprehensive detailed description of the position may be found in Position Description "D1561000" in the employing unit or in the Human Resources Office ****