Electrical Equipment Repairer Job in Osan, South Korea – Department of the Army



The United States government is a massive employer, and is always looking for qualified candidates to fill a wide variety of open employment positions in locations across the country. Below you’ll find a Qualification Summary for an active, open job listing from the Department of the Army. The opening is for an Electrical Equipment Repairer in Osan, South Korea Feel free to browse this and any other job listings and reach out to us with any questions!

Electrical Equipment Repairer – Osan, South Korea
U.S. Army, Pacific, Department of the Army
Job ID: 160531
Start Date: 11/04/2019
End Date: 11/12/2019

Qualification Summary
Who May Apply: Only applicants who meet one of the employment authority categories below are eligible to apply for this job. You will be asked to identify which category or categories you meet, and to provide documents which prove you meet the category or categories you selected. See Proof of Eligibility for an extensive list of document requirements for all employment authorities. Current Department of Army Civilian Employees Applying to OCONUS PositionsCurrent Permanent Department of Defense (DOD) Civilian Employee (non-Army)Excepted Service Overseas Family Member AppointmentFamily Member Preference (FMP) for Overseas EmploymentInteragency Career Transition Assistance PlanNon-Department of Defense (DoD) TransferReinstatementVeterans Employment Opportunity Act (VEOA) of 1998 If you are currently stationed in the overseas area, all of your overseas time will be credited toward your current overseas tour end date. Your overseas time served will not reset upon accepting this assignment. If you have returned from OCONUS within the past 2 years or less, your time previously served in the OCONUS area will be credited to your 5 year overseas rotation upon accepting this assignment. Experience refers to paid and unpaid experience, including volunteer work done through National Service programs (e.g., Peace Corps, AmeriCorps) and other organizations (e.g., professional; philanthropic; religious; spiritual; community; student; social). You will receive credit for all qualifying experience, including volunteer experience. There is no specific length of training or experience required. However, you must be able to demonstrate, through experience shown in your written application materials that you possess the sufficient knowledge, skills, and abilities to successfully perform the work of this position without more than normal supervision. Minimum Qualifications (Screen Out Element): Ability to do the work of a(n) Electrical Equipment Repairer without more than normal supervision. Ability to perform the most difficult and complex maintenance and repair activities for the Electric Power Plant (EPP) systems. Skilled in troubleshooting entire electrical systems and related equipment, determining cause of malfunction, and making required repairs. Skilled in using test equipment such as oscilloscopes, frequency meters, phase rotation meters, and capacity and impedance bridges to troubleshoot, test, and repair equipment such as AC-DC convertors, DC-AC inverters, and power control panels – Failure to meet this Screen Out Element will result in an ineligible rating. Ability To Do The Work Of The Position Without More Than Normal SupervisionAbility To Use and Maintain Hand Tools (Electrical Work)Ability To Use Electrical DrawingsKnowledge of Electrical EquipmentTechnical Practices (theoretical, precise, artistic)Theory and Instruments (Electrical Electronic) Used in Shop and Trade PracticesTrouble shooting (electrical) Physical Effort: Electrical equipment repairers are frequently required to stand on hard surfaces for extended periods and bend, stoop, and work in tiring and sometimes uncomfortable positions. They frequently lift and carry, unassisted, items that weigh up to 18 kilograms (40 pounds). They are sometimes required to lift and move heavier items with the help of weight handling equipment or with assistance from other workers. Working Conditions: Electrical equipment repairers typically work in well lighted, heated, and ventilated areas. They are subject to cuts, burns, chemical irritations, strains, electrical shock, and abrasions while repairing and handling equipment. They are exposed to unpleasant conditions from dirt, solvents, fuel, fumes, oil, and grease. They follow prescribed safety practices and use safety equipment such as ear plugs, face shields, gloves, hard hats, glasses, and safety shoes.

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