Facilities Systems Tech Senior Generator in Hemer at DynCorp International LLC

Date Posted: 5/23/2018

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Job Summary
 
The Facilities Systems Tech Senior Generator Technician performs a variety of skilled and technical tasks in the inspection, repair, preventive, and corrective maintenance and modification on Internal Combustion (IC) engines, diesel generators, and other IC gaseous engines; tests, replaces or adjusts engine components such as Fuel sensors, starters, emissions systems, and other related systems; and, interprets schematic wiring and modifies diesel control circuits.  The equipment are located within US-only areas of Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM) Sensitive Compartmented Information Facilities (SCIFs).
 
Principal Accountabilities
  • Provides critical advanced technical knowledge in support of unique security requirements inherent in Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM) Sensitive Compartmented Information Facilities (SCIFs ) operations including sound baffling techniques/equipment and the resolution of compromising electrical currents, as sustainment of high system availability rates.
  • Assists on all facility engineering projects requiring technical analysis of environmental support system issues, with special emphasis on evaluating the impact of proposed design changes on unique state-of-the-art Intelligence and Electronic Warfare (IEW) equipment employing new scientific technologies.
  • Assist and participate in routine inspections and make modifications to IC engines, diesel generators, and associated equipment.
  • Perform preventive and corrective maintenance on Automatic Transfer Switches (ATS) and annunciator panels.  
  • Perform load testing on units to identify possible problems and prevent wet stacking. 
  • Make electrical and mechanical wiring modifications to diesel control circuits.  
  • Rebuild and repair gas compressors (turbochargers) used for forced-induction of IC engines, head gaskets, seals, water pumps, catalytic converters, torque heads, belts and hoses.
  • Conduct automatic and manual transfer tests of simulated power outages to ensure generators are functioning properly. 
  • Transport and dispose hazardous materials.
  • Other related duties may also be performed; not all duties listed are necessarily performed by each individual holding this classification. 
  • Performs periodic, worldwide deployments in strategic and tactical mobile facility environments. Provides expert technical assistance for a 24-hour operational environment with limited documentation resources. Responds to off-duty (evening and weekend) calls to support critical system outages and to provide rapid fault isolation and resolution concerning environmental factors affecting IEW system performance.
  • Provides critical highly skilled technical expertise for emergency fault isolation and resolution of critical IEW electronic environmental control systems and scientific devices; develops engineering and other technical documentation for IEW support system layouts.
  • Supports customer systems on site whenever and wherever deployed. Available to deploy to other countries and/or theaters to perform quick reaction technical support to US forces worldwide military contingency missions and requirements in potentially hazardous work environments.

Knowledge & Skills
  • Engine Control systems and other program logic controls that are associated with IC power generation.
  • Basic hydro mechanical engines, full authority digital engine control.
  • Technique in tracking, transporting, and disposing hazardous materials.
  • Interpreting electrical and mechanical drawings. 
  • Identifying and repairing problems with engine control systems.
  • Correcting wet stacking conditions. 
  • Troubleshooting and diagnosing electrical problems.
  • Maintaining records manually and electronically.
  • Use electrical testing and calibration equipment to include but not limited to:  Digital-Volt-OHM-Meters (DVOM), Mega-ohmmeters, Oscilloscopes, Power Quality Meters, and Loop Calibrators.
  • Use calibrated mechanical tools to include but not limited to: torque wrenches, dial indicators, micrometers, and vacuum and pressure manometers.
  • Interpret and analyze characteristics of oil samples.
  • Climb into confined spaces that may contain hazardous gas.
  • Able to perform all duties to ensure timely, courteous and quality support to customer or customer affiliates.     

Experience & Education
  • High School Diploma or equivalent (GED), relevant trade school/apprenticeship training
  • Successful completion of a two-year technical electrical or mechanical trade school; or military training/apprenticeship. MOS 12P, 1142, 3E0X2, fireman (engine/mechanical apprentice) (FN)
  • Four years of experience in the general maintenance, servicing, and repair of diesel and gas engines and other electrical systems related to light and heavy-duty machinery and mechanical equipment. 
  • Required to meet US government accepted and industry standards criteria for technically complex computer environmental systems, uninterrupted power distribution systems, and power control equipment.

Physical Requirements/Working Environment
  • Able to maneuver in small spaces and lift up to 50lbs.
  • Supports customer systems on site whenever and wherever deployed. Available to deploy to other countries and/or theaters to perform quick reaction technical support to US forces worldwide military contingency missions and requirements in potentially hazardous work environments.


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