Maintain, repair and modify heavy duty vehicles and mobile equipment, including, but not limited to; material handling, base maintenance and refueling systems. Managing and coordinating operations for hazardous materials handling/inventories and spill response tasks.
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Heavy Mobile Equipment Repairer
Supervisor: Karen Kay-(252)493-4003 Contact:Yes
Pay Grade: WG- 5803-9
Salary: $55,078 per year
Hours per week: 40
Duties: Performs maintenance on variety of motor vehicles, heavy mobile ans special purpose equipment, such as tacticle, combat, and automatic vehicles, gasoline and diesel engine powered equipment and trailers of all types, graders,conveyors, bulldozers, power shovels, cranes. Troubleshoots equipment, makes adjustments, removes and replaces parts, accessories and components such as voltage regulators, generators, alternators, carburetors, fuel pumps, distributors, etc. Repairs and adjust brake mechanism, replaces brake shoe lining, wheel cylinders, master cylinders as requested. Removes and cleans or replaces fuel tanks, spark plugs, adjust tappets, changes or adjust distributor points and similar work. Removes and replaces major components ans assembles such as engines, transmission, differentials, clutches, and pressure plates, transfer cases, axles, steering and braking assemblies. Makes adjustments and alignments such as ignition timing, points dwell angle, front end alignment, and steering sector adjustment. Lubricates assemblies ans chassis. Port repairs or services rendered to appropriate records. Performs body repairs by hammering out dents, repairing or replacing tailgates, bumpers, fenders, body panels, and floor boards; spot paints and performs cutting and welding with oxygen/acetylene, and argon gas equipment as required. Replaces and repairs decking and side panels on trailers. Make minor repairs to canvas and leather equipment. Conducts vehicle ans associated equipment inspections ranging from shop acceptance inspections to identifying repairs and services needed to achieve required operational and maintenance standards. Included are daily, intermediate, and periodic preventive maintenance inspections and services while equipment is within jurisdiction of maintenance shop authorities. Provides technical assistance to unit personnel in organizational maintenance and operations. Training is provided as on the job shop training. Performs other duties as assigned. Have a working knowledge of various techniques for removing, adjusting, replacing, cleaning, and installing a variety of parts, components, and accessories such as filters, radiators, bearings, springs, shock absorbers, wheel cylinders, starter motors, mufflers, and other items of similar complexity. able to determine when parts should be cleaned and adjusted or replaced with standard parts. Have a basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, and hydraulic theory applying to heavy duty vehicles; and skill to replace, fit, install, and make adjustments, such as performing engine tune-ups, timing distributors, and adjusting brakes. Able to use basic tools common to the occupation (e.g. wrenches, sockets, torque wrenches, brake tools, and screwdrivers) and small variety of test and measurements devices (e.g., feeler gauges, circuit testers, micrometers, and dial indicators). Have an understanding of the makeup and operation of various individual systems maintained and their interrelationships. Can analyze test results in order to relocate improperly functioning parts for repair or replacement. able to read and interpret parts lists, manufacturers repair manuals, diagrams, and electrical schematics.
849th Quartermaster Company
Heavy Mobile Equipment Repairer
Supervisor: Sharon Jones-(252)493-4032 Contact: Yes
Pay Grade: E-3 - E-5
Complete a variety of inspection reports and forms. Conduct in progress inspections of equipment, vehicles, and components in the process of being repaired. Compare partially completed work to manuals and specifications. Conduct initial inspections to include troubleshooting, making adjustments, removing and replacing parts, accessories and components such as voltage regulators, generators, alternators, carburetors, fuel pumps, distirbutors, etc. Repair and adjust brake mechanism, replace brake shoe lining, wheel cylinders and master cylinders. Remove and replace major components and assemblies such as engines, transmissions, differentials, clutches and pressure plates, transfer cases, steering and braking assemblies. With the absence of a work lead due to promotion, filled position and perform the following duties: Pass to workers and instructions from supervisor, demonstrate proper work methods and start work. Insure plans, blue prints, material and tool are available, and that needed stock is obtained from supply. work with employees and sets pace. Insure there is enough work to keep everyone in work crew busy. Check work in progress. Perform repairs on automotive, heavy mobile and powered support equipment. Troubleshoot to assure no further complications. Perform complex repairs in the shop with the approval of the support installation. Locate work, dirty or poorly adjusted parts and make necessary repairs, replace wheel cylinders, mufflers, brake shoes, generators, voltage regulators, starters, fuses, lights, cables, etc. Remove, clean, and replace fuel tanks and radiators. Replace fluid and filters, add lubrication and repair tires. Perform minor body work.
Completed 37 Credit hrs.
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