Job Overview

Summary

Colorado National Guard Dual Status

Technician Announcement

Colorado National Guard Dual Status Technician Announcement Technicians are employed under the authority of Title 32 USC, Section 709, which states, in part, that technicians are to be employed in "the administration and training of the National Guard," and "the maintenance and repair of supplies issued to the National Guard."

The following documents are required to be part of your application to be considered for this position

(YOU WILL BE IMMEDIATELY DISQUALIFIED IF YOU FAIL TO SUBMIT THE FOLLOWING):

REQUIRED: HRO Application Checklist: http://co.ng.mil/jobs/hro/default.aspx

REQUIRED: A current Resume and/or OF 612

REQUIRED: Specialized Experience documented in resume with mm/yy - mm/yy format (see instructions below)

REQUIRED: Your DD214 (if available) or Service School Certificate awarding your MOS/AFSC (see AFSC/MOS listed)

AREA OF CONSIDERATION

Current Enlisted members of the Colorado Air National Guard (COANG) and those eligible to enlist. 

COMPATIBLE MILITARY ASSIGNMENT

Technician Note:  This position has a NGB compatible AFSC assigned to it; all Dual-Status technicians are required to maintain AFSC compatibility. The compatible AFSC for this position is 2A6X2.  Failure to maintain AFSC compatibility can result in termination. If you do not currently hold that AFCS, you'll have 1 year from your appointment to obtain it. Failure to do so will result in termination.

MAXIMUM MILITARY GRADE

 E-6 / TSgt (or E-7 if willing to be voluntarily reduced to E-6)

MINIMUM MILITARY GRADE

 E-3 / A1C

The primary purpose of this position is to accomplish maintenance on electronically controlled support equipment containing highly complex digital devices and integrated circuits.

Duties

Major Duties:

Responsible for the interpretation of numerous manufacturer drawings, specifications, operating instructions, and test procedures to troubleshoot, calibrate, align and repair a variety of highly complex pieces of powered support equipment.

Performs inspections, preventative maintenance, servicing, repair and adjustment on complex rotary diesel engines.  Must independently determine work sequences, specifications, and special procedures to be used to fault-isolate and repair unusual problems in various pieces of powered support equipment.  Performs intermediate-level maintenance on powered support equipment and non-powered AGE.  Troubleshoots, repairs, overhauls, and modifies and operates aerospace ground equipment such as AC and DC power generators, various types of internal combustion engines, air compressors, blowers, hydraulic test stands, cabin leakage testers, portable diesel engine driven generators, emergency lighting units, deicers, heaters, load banks, hydrostatic testers, cryogenic carts, decontamination units, thermal bath, vacuum pumps, flow meters, lavatory service trailers, air conditioners and various pieces of non-power support equipment.  Performs maintenance data collection, prepares other required forms.  Prepares for and participates in various types of readiness evaluation such as ORI, IG, and UE inspections, mobility, and command support exercises.  Participates and assists in conducting the necessary safety program for the Aerospace Ground Equipment activity.  Performs other duties as assigned.

Travel Required

  • Occasional Travel
  • TDY

Relocation Authorized

  • No