Performs maintenance repair, rebuild, overhaul, inspect major assemblies and determine repair parts for tactical and non-tactical equipment. Checks and replaces batteries; rotate, repair and replace tires, pneumatic and flush cooling systems. Removes, repairs or replaces engines, transmissions and differentials. Adjusts brakes, replace windshields, wipers and similar components of the same characteristics. Performs major overhauls by disassembling, cleaning, and replacing faulty components IAW appropriate procedures. Repairs components such as generators, water/hydraulic pumps and electrical system. Performs routine and extensive maintenance on diesel engines, fuel and exhaust systems, and electrical wiring. Performs diagnostic tests using measuring devices, instruments, test equipment or special tools. Required to dismantle components for internal examination of damage or excessive wear. Operates and utilizes an assortment of tools to perform repairs that include power, pneumatic, and machinery such as grinding machines, presses, torch-cutting equipment, jacks and hoists to lift and move large components. Required to add critical or explanatory notations on completed maintenance documents following equipment repair and testing IAW AR 750-1. Maintains good housekeeping, and energy conservation and safety precautions at all times. All work is accomplished IAW with the applicable Army regulations, DA PAMs, Technical Manuals, Technical Bulletins, and Repair Manuals.
The Motor Vehicle Mechanic must have 60 months of documented experience and excellent understanding of tactical vehicle repair, electrical, heating systems and diesel maintenance. Knowledge of proper use and procedures to manage hazardous materials and hazardous waste products. Knowledge of the standard tools, equipment and material. Provides personal common hand-tools to perform repairs to support daily operations. Must be a United States citizen or be authorized to work in the United States. Must pass pre-employment drug screening and a National Agency Check with Inquiries (NACI) background investigation. May be required to work uncommon hours of duty, extended hours, nights, weekends and holidays. 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. 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 updated at the discretion of the company.