HOW TO QUALIFY FOR
THIS JOB: In your
resume you will need to address the general and specialized experience listed
below. Please use as much detail as needed, giving dates of the experience,
position title and how the experience was gained. This information is needed to
determine if you are qualified for the position
EXPERIENCE: You must list some experience in each of these areas. Experience or
training which demonstrates the ability to follow instructions and to safely
operate the type of equipment required to accomplish the duties of the
WG-07/08 Experience or training working
in activities such as large fuel depots or fuel farms with complex,
interconnecting line and pipe arrangements, and frequent requirements for large
scale movement and transfer of a variety of liquid fuels.
AND ABILITIES (KSAs): This
information is used only for rating and ranking and not used for qualifying
applicants. In your application and/or
resume please address the following factors in detail, giving dates of the
experience and in what position the experience was gained.
Inspects, operates and maintains a complete fuels distribution system(s) to
receive, store, transfer and issue both aviation and ground fuels. Inspects
systems for leakage, corrosion, faulty fittings, and inoperative components
such as distribution lines, storage tanks, hydrant pits/outlets, oil/water
separator, pumps, automatic/manual valves, meters, and system control rooms.
Performs operator maintenance to include checking components for operation,
adjustment, pressures, and external leakage under pressure,
removing/cleaning/inspecting receipt and dispensing strainers, calibrating
additive injectors, draining water from lines, tanks, filter separator vessels
and dike/containment areas. Reports more extensive repairs/needs. Receives and
transfers fuel by coupling and uncoupling hoses, closing and opening valves,
starting and stopping pumps, monitoring gauges, meters and filter separators.
Maintains hazardous waste management program. Initiates emergency procedures as
Operates, inspects and performs all required maintenance and repair on
400-5,000 gallon cryogenic storage tanks. Inspects, maintains, performs
operator maintenance, and minor repairs to support equipment and cryogenic
samplers to include the following: air purging units, vacuum gauges, vacuum
pumps, portable efficiency meters, portable samplers and other support
equipment that is required to maintain the cryogenic storage tank in a ready
condition to receive, store and transfer LOX or LIN. Applies safety or
precautionary procedures required in handling cryogenic fluids. Analyzes,
isolates, and corrects system malfunctions. Performs preventive maintenance on
components and tanks, to include inspections. This includes routine
maintenance/servicing of components such as compressors, safety valves, hand
operated valves, pressure disks, filter/strainer assemblies, gauges, and
various moving mechanical parts by disassembling, cleaning, accomplishing minor
repairing or adjusting, and reassembling components. Ensures that parts are cleaned
and certified as suitable for oxygen/nitrogen servicing. Purges and maintains
insulating vacuum on tanks as required by technical orders or product testing
results. Maintains inspection and maintenance records and performs quality
control of cryogenic products. Establishes and maintains a level of spare parts
or system subparts that are required to keep the tank(s) operational.
Performs required quality control testing in the fuels laboratory as set forth
in TO 42B-1-1, AFI 23-201 and other governing directives. Draws product samples
from receiving transports, pipeline, mobile equipment and bulk storage tanks.
Performs base level laboratory analysis of these samples in accordance with
applicable specifications, technical orders and other quality assurance
manuals. Maintains constant surveillance over all fuels equipment and systems
to ensure no deviation from accepted quality assurance standards. Uses
independent judgment and a comprehensive understanding of product
specifications to make field-type visual and/or instrument checks that are
necessary to identify product or product contamination. Directs, implements and
monitors the Lock Out/Tag Out program IAW applicable AFOSH Standards.
Responsible for placing and removing AF Form 979 (Danger Tag) and AF Form 980
(Caution Tag) on any suspected contaminated or off specification products or
equipment. Responsible for maintaining the Quality Control module in the Fuels
Automated System (FAS)/Fuels Manager Defense (FMD) database. Documents all
sampling, sample due dates and the status of all equipment in the FAS/FMD.
Builds and maintains test sets in the Quality Control Module of FAS/FMD.
Follows Federal, state and local requirements when storing, using, handling,
labeling and disposing of contaminated materials and waste. Maintains a crashed
aircraft sampling kit and responds to aircraft mishaps. Lab personnel obtain
all fuel samples associated with aircraft incidents and submit samples IAW TO
42B-1-1. Ensures aviation and cryogenic samples are recorded in the Air
Force Test and Analysis Tool (AFTAT) and forwarded to the Fuels Area Lab
lAW applicable directives. Manages the laboratory correlation program.
Administers Fuels Information Service Center. Monitors ongoing operations to ensure hardware and software are
functioning properly and operational standards are met. Uses established
computer techniques to identify and promptly resolve network-related problems
within the organization. Trouble shoots hardware, software, and Local Area
Network (LAN) problems. Identifies and determines corrective action to be taken
in case of individual job failures not covered by standard procedures. Resolves
partial system failures (software or hardware-related) by providing for revised
applications of system operating capabilities, which involves working through
or around the problems with reduced capacity, and readjusting the system when
full operating configuration is resolved. Participates with application
programmers and operations personnel to identify problems with applications,
operating systems, or hardware that are difficult to pinpoint. Adapts or
develops new work procedures and lesson plans for application by self and
others. Installs, upgrades and maintains all hardware and software for the
fuels unique systems, which include the FAS/FMD, Fuels Manager, DoD Fuel Master
and Automated Data Collection System (ADC). Works with Air Force Petroleum
Office and contract support personnel to ensure systems integrity. Serves as
the Flight Telephone Control Monitor. Performs all accounting functions
pertaining to forecasting, requisitioning, procuring, scheduling, ordering,
reporting and document preparation for aviation fuels, ground fuels,
cryogenics, and missile propellant transactions in the FAS/FMD. Ensures all billing
information is accurate and reconciles daily/monthly ledgers with the Defense
Energy Support Center (DESC). Maintains daily, weekly, monthly and annual
FAS/FMD, Fuels Manager, Leak Manager, DoD Fuel Master and ADC database backups.
Creates and maintains DoD and DESC file plans. Implements computer security
Operates one or more types of special purpose design aviation and ground fuel
tank truck vehicles having a capacity of up to 6,000 gallons and gross vehicle
weight of 70,000 pounds used for fueling/defueling various types of aircraft
and ground fuels applications such as AGE, power production, heating and engine
test cells. Transports fuel from the bulk storage area to the flight line issue
point, positions the vehicle for the refueling/defueling task as required.
Monitors vehicle mounted main control panel, gauges, meters and instruments.
Operates dead man control safety system and coordinates with personnel at the
aircraft or receiving point. Exercises safety precautions during fueling/defueling
operations. Inspects and performs operator maintenance and safety checks to
ensure that refueling equipment is safe and operational.
Maintains a consolidated tool kit program.
monitors and conducts On-The-Job Training (OJT), for assigned Fuels Management
and assures proper fit of required safety equipment and personal protective
Performs other duties as assigned.
Substitution of Education for specialized experience: None
1. Incumbent must maintain membership in the Michigan National Guard.
2. For positions requiring a security clearance (Secret or Top Secret) the applicant must possess or be able to obtain a clearance within one year of appointment.
3. For positions requiring the operation of motor vehicles, candidates must have a valid state driver's license for the state in which they live or are principally employed.
4. Should a position be announced at less than the authorized grade, the selected applicant may be non-competitively promoted when he/she meets all qualifications and is submitted for promotion by the supervisor.
5. Employment is contingent upon successful completion of technician pre-employment physical for certain occupational series.
6. The wearing of the military uniform and abiding by the customs and courtesies as prescribed by applicable military service regulations are conditions of employment.
7. Employees will be required to participate in direct deposit/electronic fund transfer (DD/EFT).
8. Permanent Change of Station (PCS) is not authorized for this position.
9. If you are a male applicant who was born after 12/31/1959 and are required to register under the Military Selective Service Act, the Defense Authorization Act of 1986 requires that you be registered or you are not eligible for appointment in this agency.
10. Selectees currently militarily assigned to another state are subject to the requirements and procedures of the Michigan National Guard (MIARNG) Interstate Transfer (IST) policies. You MUST coordinate with both the losing military unit and the IST Program Coordinator immediately upon notification of selection.
11. Selection into a position may cause a reduction in rank.
HOW YOU WILL BE EVALUATED:
QUALITY OF EXPERIENCE: Length of time is not of itself qualifying. Candidates experience is evaluated on the basis of duties performed rather than strictly on the rank of the individual; however, established compatibly criteria/assignments will be followed. The applicants record of experience, training and education must show possession of the knowledge, skill and abilities needed to fully perform the duties of the position to be filled.