Maintenance Mechanic Job in Little Creek Amphibious Base, Virginia – Department of the Navy

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Maintenance Mechanic – Little Creek Amphibious Base, Virginia
Commander, Navy Installations, Department of the Navy
Job ID: 272665
Start Date: 06/12/2020
End Date: 06/26/2020

Qualification Summary
FACTOR 1. KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED BY THE POSITION Minimum three years of experience with demonstrated skillin two areas (Carpentry, Plumbing, HVAC, Electrical,Painting). Knowledge in the applicable combination oftrades sufficient to perform the duties of the position. A recognized professional certification or license in onetrade (plumbing, HVAC, electrical, carpentry, or painting)trade is preferred. Knowledge of safety and environmental rules and regulationsconcerning procedures, tools, mechanical and electrifiedequipment, commonly used chemicals and basic safe workpractices is required. Must possess a welcoming manner and positive attitude;demonstrate effective communication skills; professionallyinteract with guests; answering guest questions concerninghotel facilities; and provide information about localattractions. Provide assistance in handling customercomplaints, involving management as necessary. Must possess basic math and reading skills. Must be able to communicate clearly and effectively in English both verbally and in writing. FACTOR 2. SUPERVISORY CONTROLS The incumbent performs duties under the direct supervisionof the Maintenance Manager/Maintenance Supervisor who setsand prioritizes work assignments, establishes deadlines,approves leave requests, and evaluates performance of theincumbent. Recurring assignments (e.g. follow-up on maintenancerequests reported by guests, housekeeping, or front desk)are carried out independently without specificinstructions. Work assignments (completed and in-progress) are spot checkedon a daily basis via documented inspection reportsto assure that work practices, techniques, records, andother functions are technically accurate and in compliancewith instructions. FACTOR 3. GUIDELINES Incumbent is expected to perform daily work on owninitiative and carry out assignments in accordance with DODand Navy regulations. Situations involving unfamiliarproblems not covered by instructions are referred to thesupervisor for resolution. Typically employee uses routine instructions and workmethods that are common to the trade and may be general innature. Where available the incumbent will rely onblueprints, manufacturer’s instructions, manuals, andmaintenance specifications. FACTOR 4. COMPLEXITY The operation conducts business 24 hours a days, 365 days ayear. Customer service is of the foremost importance inthis position. Due to the need to accomplish work across two or moreskilled trades, the work consists of a variety of dutiesrequiring many different and unrelated processes andmethods. The employee must be able to assess the situationand troubleshoot unusual problems. Independent discretion is needed to determine how best toapproach the work and which methods to apply. The employeeapplies skilled judgment in determining which methods andtechniques to use and when to replace vice repair, etc. FACTOR 5. SCOPE AND EFFECT The purpose of the work is to provide maintenance services.The work directly contributes to the military members,retirees, civilians, and family member's quality of life,mission readiness, and contributes to job satisfaction andretention of valuable members. FACTOR 6. CONTACTS Contacts include regional staff, all department heads, andlodging staff. Some contact with contractors, vendors, andrepresentatives of private industry. FACTOR 7. PURPOSE OF CONTACTS Contacts are made to coordinate and/or obtain informationrelating to the maintenance operation. FACTOR 8. PHYSICAL DEMANDS The incumbent is required to do considerable standing,bending, walking, pushing, pulling, and climbing. Must haveability to perform moderately strenuous physical labor asunassisted lifting, moving, and carrying of supplies andequipment weighing up to 45 pounds (100 pounds assisted) isrequired. Must be able to climb/descend stairs and ladders,stoop, bend, kneel, and work in uncomfortable positions. FACTOR 9. WORKING ENVIRONMENT The work involves normal risks or discomforts associatedwith plant operations, facility management, and/ormechanical systems. Work is performed both indoors andoutdoors with potential exposure to extreme weather ortemperature conditions. Occasional exposure to dusty ordirty conditions exists when visiting rooms or facilitiesundergoing repair, maintenance, or renovation. PersonalProtective Equipment (PPE) is provided. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS This position may be designated ALPHA personnel forinclement weather or in the interest of national securityand may be required to report for work when other employeesare excused. This position is subject to the possibility of workdays onweekends and holidays, as well as, rotating shifts, oftenconsisting of other than normal duty hours. The staffmember may be recalled to duty and/or required to workovertime, including on an emergency basis. May be required to possess a valid state driver’s license,as travel to other facilities may be required within thenormal scope of duties. In order to verify fitness for duty, a complete physicalexamination may be required. This position is subject to a favorable National AgencyCheck (NAC). The incumbent is expected to meet the requirements outlinedin the Lodging Career Path Guide. You will receive credit for all qualifying experience, including volunteer and part time experience. You must clearly identify the duties and responsibilities in each position held and the total number of hours per week. Experience refers to paid and unpaid experience, including volunteer work done through National Service programs (e.g., professional, philanthropic, religious, spiritual, community, student, social). Volunteer work helps build critical competencies, knowledge, and skills and can provide valuable training and experience that translates directly to paid employment. As part of the application process, you must complete and submit an occupational questionnaire. Please follow all instructions carefully. Errors or omissions may affect your rating and/or appointment eligibility.

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