Motor Vehicle Mech

Maintenance at the organizational (-20) and intermediate (-30/40) levels as required IAW applicable TMs within 2 weeks of due date
-Complete repairs within 3 days of requirement being identified
-Perform scheduled and routine unscheduled vehicle maintenance at the unit site
-Replace worn or broken parts such as piston rings, bearings, or other engine parts; grinding and adjusting valves; rebuilding carburetors; overhauling transmissions; welding, sheet metal and/or fiberglass repair; and repairing fuel injection, lighting and ignition system IAW OEM and/or applicable TMs.
-May control the issue and return of vehicles from personnel at the unit site IAW the site’s applicable regulations for release and return of vehicles.
-Maintain the work area and equipment in a clean and orderly condition, and follow prescribed safety regulations
-Perform shipping and receiving duties
-May assist in picking-up and deliveries of parts and paperwork in a government vehicle
-Report defective materials or questionable conditions to Supervisor

Basic Qualifications
-Possess excellent work ethic, verbal and written communication skills, and be detailed and accurate in performing all functions.
-Be familiar with AR 25-50 and be able to write correspondence in a military format, when necessary.
-Be able to operate a standalone computer without assistance and be proficient in the use of Microsoft Office applications.
-Possess a valid, unencumbered state driver’s license.
-Maintain files in accordance with applicable Army, Navy, and Department of Defense (DoD) regulations.
- High School Diploma or GED
-At least 3 yrs. experience in Maintenance Field
-Physical ability to lift up to 50 pounds or more, bend, sit, stand, reach and move about the facility
Ability to obtain a secret security clearance, therefore all candidates must be a US Citizen

Desired skills
Be familiar with basic maintenance support for Army Common Vehicles consisting of M1113, M1151, M1165, M1152, M1097, M1038, LMTVs, FMTVs, generators, and other power driven equipment
-Ability to read/understand Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) technical manuals (TMs)
-Be able to troubleshoot and diagnose engine, transmission and electrical systems on assigned equipment to determine required repairs IAW applicable TMs
-Repair tire and wheel assemblies IAW applicable TMs

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Job Location(s): Fort Benning Georgia

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