|Performs initial, random, and final inspections on equipment submitted for repair or services and shall determine that all repairs do not exceed maintenance expenditure limits (MEL) established by applicable equipment technical bulletins or by a local policy prior to work being initiated. Conducts Initial Inspection process, accurately estimating maintenance labor hours required and parts/materials costs. Enters data into Logistics Information System (LIS) supporting Maintenance prior to proceeding with repairs. Uses TM MAC times, MWO/TB/STIR estimated times, engineered standards, regulatory standards, historical data, or other methods approved by the IMMO to estimate labor hours. Updates the estimated hours to complete the maintenance action in the LIS. Performs ECOD's as requested. Technical inspections conducted on all equipment presented for turn-in, serviceability check, lateral transfer, or in-processing of new equipment into the Army inventory in accordance with AR 750-1 and AR 725-50 to determine condition code. Provides reports, evaluations and technical exhibits for equipment. Performs initial, in-progressive and final inspections on all commercial and tactical vehicles. Performs vehicle classifications and maintains reference library. Types of equipment inspected include but not limited to: all heavy and light wheeled vehicles, trailers, shelters, fuel and water tanks and accessory equipment and attachments. Operates and inspects machines or equipment to diagnose defects. Uses technical manuals, bulletins and written directives in the performance of all inspections. Examines parts for damage or excessive wear using micrometers and gauges. Diagnose vehicle problems to include engines, transmissions and drive train to verify faults. Orders required repair parts using appropriate parts manuals. Test overhauled equipment to insure operating efficiency. Perform ECOD and ACOD inspections and verifies condition codes. Performs initial acceptance of items on work requests, and verifies serial numbers and problems identified as well as performing final inspections IAW applicable TMs and TBs ensuring work has been completed in agreement with the work request. Performs test drives when necessary. All work is accomplished IAW with the applicable Army regulations, DA PAMs, Technical Manuals, Technical Bulletins, and Repair Manuals.
|Engineering Technician II is directly responsible for conducting all of the required inspections and must have at least five years of experience in the inspection area of military equipment. Applies technical knowledge to perform inspections on material handling equipment (MHE), ground support equipment, tactical and non-tactical wheeled vehicles/trailers, tracked vehicles and construction/engineer equipment, that includes, but not limited to, body, chassis, hull, power train, drive train, suspension, track, and automotive, armor, electrical, fire suppression, electronic, braking, steering and hydraulic systems. Inspects maintenance services at the operator/organizational level and at the field maintenance level for all equipment reported by the Government Maintenance Supervisor or his representative. Must be capable of giving and receiving instructions. Performs other duties assigned. CDL License required. Working knowledge of GCSS-Army. Practical knowledge of a wide range of established maintenance policies and processes, and the ability to apply a variety of common methods and techniques to analyze the effectiveness and efficiency of these various maintenance programs. Ability to identify needed remedies or improvements, and recommend solutions. Skilled in effective oral and written communication to explain regulations, update policy and instructions, conduct investigations, provide program information to management and customers, and coordinate the day-to-day operations of the organization's operation. The employee chooses, interprets and adapts available guidelines (that often contain conflicting or ambiguous instructions) to specific assignments, and recommends changes to those policies. Candidate must be able to perform all the tasks not exclusive of those described in the job description section. Must be U.S. citizen and possess a high school diploma or equivalent. Ability to speak, read, write, and understand English proficiently and have the ability to clearly and concisely communicate both orally and in writing. Must be proficient in the use of computers and MS Office Software. Must be able to obtain a CAC and work the assigned shift hours. Must possess a valid state driver's license; may be required to be licensed to operate Government provided vehicle. This job description is meant to be a guide. It is not intended to limit in any way the duties an employee may be required to perform. This job description may be