Maintenance Technician

Location: Fort Richardson Fort Wainwright, Alaska
Technica LLC seeks to fill a Maintenance Technician position to perform on a Government contract with a place of performance at Ft. Richardson, AK and Ft Wainwright, AK

Responsibilities:
·        Provides instruction to customers on maintenance tasks on trucks, forklift trucks and warehouse tractors, and multi-wheel drive vehicles, and equipment such as jacks, pumps, weed eaters, snow blowers, chain saws, pneumatic or hydraulic tools or similar equipment in accordance with an established Army Maintenance Program of Instruction (POI).
·        Provides Guidance on how the customer Troubleshoots, removes, repairs and/or overhauls, reinstalls and performance tests major assemblies, e.g., fuel-injection pumps, cylinder heads, alternators, starters, turbo-chargers, power take off assemblies, hydraulic pumps and motors, power steering components, clutches and winches. Performs repairs to the vehicular subsystems, e.g., cooling systems, fuel-delivery systems, exhaust systems, emissions controls systems, electrical systems, brake systems, and hydraulic systems. Insures proper operation of all completed work.  
·        Performs technical inspections on military automotive related items to ensure correct identification, serviceability and completeness. Prepares documentation required for turn in.
·        Makes in-process inspections of work performed by maintenance personnel to ensure repairs and/or paperwork is being accomplished correctly. Assists maintenance personnel in determining proper procedures, repairs or repair parts at the request of the supervisor. (85%)
·        Performs other duties as assigned.
 
Requirements:
·        Ability to perform dimensional, operational and processing inspections at designated stages on a wide variety of major components/systems and complete equipment.
·        Knowledge of castings, forging, machined parts and weldments.
·        Ability to inspect for dimensional accuracy, hardness and concentricity and alignment of parts.
·        Ability to use precision measuring instruments and tools such as micrometers, feeler gauges, dial indicators, pressure gauges, balancing equipment, torque wrenches, permeability indicators, calipers, compression gauges, and injection timing tools.
·        Ability to make rejection and acceptance decisions.
·        Ability to interpret a wide variety of technical references, inspection standards, military specifications, modification work orders and similar references.
·        Ability to read fabrication blueprints.
·        All personnel who handle hazardous materials are responsible for knowing: (1) how to properly manage
hazardous materials when they become wastes; (2) who the emergency coordinator is and what immediate actions are to be taken in the event of a spill; (3) location and use of on-site emergency equipment.
·        Receives brief outline of priorities, work sequences and pertinent policy matters. Independently performs work where supervisor is not on site.
·        Works while equipment is overhead and where parts worked on are in hard-to-reach places. Required to stand, stoop, bend, stretch and work in tiring and uncomfortable positions. Frequently lifts parts and equipment weighing up to 20 pounds. Occasionally may lift, push or pull items weighing up to 100 pounds.
·        Most of the work is done inside where it is drafty and noisy, and fumes from equipment and welding are usually present. The inspector must frequently stand on hard surfaces for long periods of time. There are times when he must crawl under vehicles and inspect while on hard, usually damp and cold surfaces. He is occasionally called upon to work outside, in sub-zero temperature (-60 sometimes) in bad weather. During road tests, is subject to road hazards and testing course hazards. Dirt, dust, and grease are frequently resent.
·        Vehicle fluids, such as battery acids and hydraulic fluids may cause burns or irritate the skin. There is frequent exposure to the possibility of cuts, bruises, shocks, burns and strains.
·        Must have and be able to maintain a SECRET security clearance.
·        Must have five (5) years’ experience in management and supervision of Army logistics programs.
·        Must have five (5) years’ experience in management of tasks involving the sustainment and maintenance of all Army supplies and equipment.
·        Must possess communication skills sufficient to clearly and succinctly correspond, orally and in writing, with senior Army leaders.
·        The incumbent of this test-designated position is subject to random drug testing on an unannounced basis as a condition of employment under the Expanded Army Drug-Free Federal Workplace Civilian Drug Testing Program.
·        Subject to random drug testing on an unannounced basis.
·        Must possess a current state driver's license.

Technica is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action (EO/AA) Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, gender, religion, nationality, age, disability, veteran status, gender identity, or sexual orientation. We offer health, dental, vision, short-term, long-term and life insurance benefits as well as 401K options to all full-time personnel.

To be considered for employment, complete Technica's online application in full.
 
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