Equipment Maintenance Supervisor - Military veterans preferred



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Job Posting Description
Supervise activities and personnel engaged in the maintenance and repair of artillery, armor weapons, crew-served weapons, and small arms; oversees the inspection, repair, replacement, and modification of armament material; supervises inspections and check-out procedures; directs shop operations including workflow planning, requisitioning parts and supplies, inspecting maintenance procedures, and providing technical assistance to maintenance personnel in artillery or armor units; must know nomenclature design, operation, and employment of the Army's current inventory of field artillery weapons, armor weapons (M777 lightweight howitzer, M119 howitzer, M120A1 Mortar Trailers, M1151 Expanded Capacity Armament Carrier IAP/Armor Ready HMMWV, M1167 HMMWVs, and MAXXPROs).

Ensure trains mechanics and technicians in the use of shop equipment and power tools, in inspection and test procedures, and in the disassembly, repair, and adjustment of armament material; uses technical publications and interprets specifications; must be able to use automated and manual systems for the supply of technical publications, tools, repair parts, and related maintenance supplies; must know regulations and procedures pertaining to physical security, accountability, and shipment of weapons. Capable of performing Quality Assurance and Control (QA&C) inspections on equipment when maintenance is complete. Will provide technical assistance, guidance, or training as requested to other mechanics and personnel. May be required, as requested by management, to plan, prioritize and organize section work plans, and tasks, verify the work/process is completed, maintain scheduled production data, report work and manpower status, and verify accuracy of administrative data. Will be required to enter all maintenance activities performed into the Global Combat Support System. IAW with AR 710-2, AR 735-5, and AR 750-1 and any other army technical manuals will ensure all the work is being carried out and meets the LOGCAP PWS Requirements.


English reading, writing, speaking and comprehension skills required. Level II
Strong inter-active personal skills.
Strong knowledge of computers i.e., MS Excel, MS Word, and MS Windows.
Ability to prepare daily, weekly and monthly updates.
Self-starter and be able to work with little to no supervision.
Minimum of 5 years' experience in maintenance of Armaments systems
Very efficient; detailed-oriented with excellent work ethics.
Accurate and well organized.
Possess a civilian driver's license.
NAC-I required

Sixty plus months experience in a weapons repair or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Familiar with often changing deadlines, inquiries, and related pressures and able to handle multiple tasks