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ENGINEERING EQUIPMENT OPERATOR – Napoleon, Missouri
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Department of the Army
Job ID: 182229Start Date: 12/18/2019End Date: 12/30/2019
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 Civilian Employees of the OrganizationCurrent Department of Army Civilian EmployeesCurrent Permanent Department of Defense (DOD) Civilian Employee (non-Army)Interagency Career Transition Assistance PlanLand Management Workforce Flexibility ActMilitary Spouses, under Executive Order (E.O.) 13473Non-Department of Defense (DoD) TransferPriority Placement Program, DoD Military Spouse Preference (MSP) EligibleVeterans Employment Opportunity Act (VEOA) of 1998 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) ENGINEERING EQUIPMENT OPERATOR without more than normal supervision. Ability to independently and with a high degree of proficiency performed the most difficult and complex Engineering Equipment Operator tasks including operating heavy to medium equipment (such as tracked loader, tractor, dozer, loader, skid steer, front end loader, tracked excavator, boats under 26′, etc) to move, plow, or spread dirt on a flat, slightly sloped, and varying degrees of sloped terrain. – 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 Supervision (Screen-out Element)Ability to Drive Safely (Motor Vehicles)Ability To Interpret Instructions, Specifications, etc. (related to mobile equipment operation)Operation of Motor VehiclesReliability And Dependability Physical Effort: Light to moderate effort is required in steering the boat and handling fenders, mooring lines, and cargo. Moderate effort is expended for maintenance work but occasionally heavy effort is required to handle anchors and when assisting mechanic in major overhaul work. Coordination of hands, eyes, body, and legs is needed to work safely on wet and moving decks. While operating a motor vehicle light physical effort is used in reaching, bending, turning, or moving hands, arms, feet, and legs to operate hand and foot controls. Moderate effort is required to handle objects weighing up to 20 pounds, occasionally may have to handle up to 50 pounds while loading and unloading cargo. Moderate to heavy effort is required to use the tools and equipment to cut brush and trim lines. Working Conditions:Exposed to sun, wind, spray, rain and sleet when mooring, unmooring, anchoring or weighing anchor or coming alongside to contact other vessels. Most work is performed from a sheltered pilothouse. Exposed to possible falls on deck and the possibility of falling overboard. A life jacket is worn at all times while on deck. While driving vehicles exposed to the possibility of serious accidents. Subject to cuts, bruises, broken bones and strained back as a result of accidents while driving or when loading and unloading vehicles, while using tools and equipment to cut brush and trim lines, and while performing maintenance duties.
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