Heavy Equipment Mechanic Inspector (MDRS) (22801)
The Heavy Equipment Mechanic Inspector (HEMI) is responsible for the diagnostics, repairs, and inspections of completed maintenance repairs for military light, medium and heavy wheeled equipment. Works along with team members, and sets the pace. Troubleshoots malfunctions and makes repairs to ground support equipment using conventional and digital multi-meters, voltmeters, ohmmeters, frequency counters, oscilloscopes, circuit card testers, transistor testers, and hand tools.
This position description is subject to change at any time as needed to meet the requirements of the program or company.
MAJOR JOB ACTIVITIES:
- HEM Inspector performs Technical Inspection on wheeled vehicles, trailers, Construction Equipment and power generation equipment.
- Inspects, tests, and operates equipment (commercial and Military) to determine equipment serviceability and proper operation.
- Uses automated Logistics Information System to maintain equipment records, and document maintenance actions, maintains wheeled, construction and grounding systems.
- Removes, disassembles repairs, cleans, treats for corrosion, assembles, and reinstalls components and accessories.
- Disposes of hazardous materials and waste in accordance with all state, local, and federal environmental standards and regulations.
- Operates, cleans, inspects, and services wheeled equipment for maintenance purposes.
- Practices good housekeeping, property accountability control, Foreign Object Damage prevention and safety at all times.
- Additional responsibilities include working with a variety of repair and test equipment including welders, torches, pressure testers and electrical testers to name a few.
- Performs other duties as assigned to meet organizational/operational objectives.
- Job duties and responsibilities may change due to contractual requirements.
- Work is generally conducted in a shop environment.
- Duties may involve the conduct of work in outdoors area with a potential exposure to extreme climatic condition.
- Work requires stooping, climbing, prolonged standing, prolong sitting and occasional working in cramped and awkward position.
- Frequent exposure to conditions of inclement weather, extreme heat and cold, high/low humidity, blowing sand and dust, and working in confined spaces and at heights.
- A normal work week is 40 hours (5 days a week).
- Must be willing to work additional hours when mission requires.
- Must be able to climb up and down ladders and stairs, as well as bend, twist, and squad for prolonged periods.
- Must be able to pull, push and lift up to 50 pounds.
- High school diploma or equivalent.
- At least three (3) to six (6) years of experience in wheeled equipment, construction and power generation equipment maintenance or an equivalent.
- Must possess a valid State Driver’s License.
- Must successfully pass a NACI background investigation.
- Must have the ability to acquire and maintain a Common Access Card (CAC).
- Must possess a valid State Driver’s License, Commercial Driver’s License preferred.
- Must be a U.S. Citizen.
Skills and Experience:
- Must be proficient in servicing, troubleshooting and repairing military and civilian wheeled, power generation and ground support equipment.
- Must be familiar with the use of electronic technical manuals.
- Working knowledge of GCSS-Army preferred.
- Ability to analyze and interpret U.S. Army Technical Manuals with relation to vehicle maintenance and repair.
- Ability to verify serviceability of equipment, determine the economic reparability of the item and determine the extent of maintenance effort and repair parts required to restore the item to the prescribed serviceable condition.
- Possess knowledge of safety and environmental issues as they related to vehicle maintenance.
To be qualified for this position you must comply with the government customer’s requirement that you either provide proof that you are fully vaccinated for COVID-19, as defined by the CDC, or agree to undergo and provide results of weekly COVID-19 testing.
As of now, to be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 you must have received either two doses of Pfizer BioNTech Vaccine, two doses of AstraZeneca/Oxford Vaccine, two doses of Moderna Vaccine, or one dose of Johnson & Johnson Vaccine, and two weeks must have elapsed after the final dose was administered.
This definition may change in accordance with CDC guidelines.
Compliance with this directive is an essential function of the position and is a condition of employment.