APS-4 : Track Mechanic II
KBR is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, national origin, veteran status, genetic information, union status and / or beliefs, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state, or local law.
This position supports the Army Prepositioned Stocks - Four (APS-4) Program located in Camp Carroll, Korea. The Light Track Mechanic II will comply with all applicable safety and environmental regulations, local safety policies, and KBR’s Zero Harm program.
The Light Track Mechanic II provides Care of Stock in Storage (COSIS) based preventive maintenance and repair services under the guidance of the Light Track Section Supervisor.
These maintenance procedures are performed on M2 / M3A3, M9 and MRLS and / or other track vehicles maintained on APS-4 program.
General maintenance includes, but is not limited to : Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS), general inspections, component repairs and replacement, unscheduled maintenance, and repairs of inbound / outbound vehicles.
performs other duties as assigned.
Assists the Supervisor - Equipment Maintenance in supervising and coordinating the activities of maintenance personnel. Repairs all mechanical equipment.
Demonstrates leadership and technical ability to get the job done. Requires demonstrated ability to troubleshoot, overhaul, repair, and perform maintenance on all types of automotive, hydraulic equipment, gasoline, and diesel powered vehicles.
May also require knowledge of oilfield services equipment operation and maintenance. Proficiency is typically gained through 48-60 months experience.
Must be a U.S. Citizen with a valid U.S. Passport.Possess a valid State Motor Vehicle Operator License.Ability to provide documentation to qualify as US EXPAT Invited Contractor Status and SOFA Visa IAW USFK 700-19 Regulation.
High School / GED plus five years directly related work experience in the maintenance and repair of M2 / M3A3, M9, and / or MRLS.
Certification from a vocational school or other recognized source such as a military service related Advanced Individual Training with a focus in track vehicle maintenance is preferred.
In lieu of formal course work, a combination of college credits, on-the-job training, other formalized training, or experience may be considered.
Ability to work from technical manuals, work instructions and work orders.Be able to provide a basic tool set equal to a General Mechanics Tool Set.
Favorable adjudication of an NACI background check.Ability to use maintenance tools, diagnostic equipment, wiring diagrams and relevant technical and parts manuals.
Must be able to work in a non temperature controlled environment, heat and humidity.Ability to lift 50 pounds to waist level and 35 pounds to shoulder height.
Must be able to work in confined spaces.Required to pass initial and periodic
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