You will be evaluated for this job based on how well you meet the qualifications above.
Once the announcement has closed, your resume and supporting documentation will be used to determine if you meet the qualifications listed on this announcement. If you are minimally qualified, your resume and supporting documentation will be compared to your responses on the assessment questionnaire to determine your level of experience. If you rate yourself higher than is supported by your application package, your responses may be adjusted and/or you may be excluded from consideration for this position. If you are found to be among the top qualified candidates, you will be referred to the selecting official for employment consideration.
Your qualifications will be evaluated on the following competencies (knowledge, skills, abilities and other characteristics):
1. Knowledge to establish plans and schedules for maintenance and repair, using multiple process production methods and procedures for a variety of vehicles and equipment such as combat vehicles, heavy-duty engineering and mobile equipment, tracked vehicles, towed and self-propelled artillery, communications and electronic equipment, guided missile systems, and small arms, etc., to correct and analyze a variety of routine production data and processes, prepare reporting data.
2. Knowledge of current Army automation support programs, specifically GCSS-Army, to input equipment and work order data, provide status of equipment, monitor job order status, monitor work priorities, track repair parts status, etc.
3. Knowledge of supply procedures, maintenance operations and equipment reporting, policies, regulations, equipment reporting, and procedures governing operations to program workload shop space, and available personnel on a short and long-term basis.
4. Knowledge of classes of supply, administrative procedures, and procurement processes used within the maintenance field to requisition repair parts, tools, shop supplies and equipment and to manage excess and unserviceable turn-n requirements. Ability to ensure that unit Class 9 (CL IX) accounts are funded, budgeted, and executed to maximize readiness. Skill in performing demand analysis on CL IX expenses to determine proper SSL stockage to sustain facility requirements.
5. Ability to use reference sources such as FEDLOG, technical manuals, stock lists, manufacturer drawings or other publications to requisition, identify, or select items for issue or turn-in. Experience in correctly identifying nomenclature and stock number of items in order to locate, issue, or requisition.
6. Ability to communicate effectively to outside agencies and higher echelon commands using office productivity software (word, excel, etc.) as needed.
7. Knowledge of production control procedures, maintenance management, and current Army automation support programs (GCCS-Army) procedures and operations sufficient to collect, compile, correlate, and maintain production data.