This National Guard position is for a ARTILLERY REPAIRER, Position Description Number D1223000 and is part of the OH G4 SMO CSMS, Ohio Army National Guard.
This position is located in the Joint Forces Headquarters-State, Logistics Directorate (J-4), Surface Maintenance Facility. The primary purpose of this position is to perform a wide variety of maintenance, repair, and inspections on mounted, towed, and motorized artillery and armored equipment.Learn more about this agency
As a ARTILLERY REPAIRER, WG-6605-9, you will perform the following duties:
1) Performs a wide variety of repair, rebuild, modification, inspection, and testing of self-propelled artillery, towed artillery, turret mounted weapon systems, and associated mechanisms such as loading, firing and recoil mechanisms, turret hydraulic systems, drive controllers , oil gears, oil pumps, elevating and traversing mechanisms, hydraulic systems and simple electrical systems. Operates various component parts to determine serviceability and to localize malfunctions to determine extent of corrective adjustments and repair procedures required. Removes and disassembles weapon assemblies for repair, replacement, or overhaul. Replaces unserviceable or non-repairable parts. Observes action of electrical, hydraulic, and mechanical components for evidence of abnormal operations. Performs gas pressure tests and prefiring checks and adjustments. Measures cannon bores for wear and erosion by employing comparison gauge, borescope, and pullover gauge. Reassembles and installs assemblies on weapons and turret mechanisms. Performs final tests and adjustments to ensure that equipment is operating within the prescribed limits and tolerances.
2) Works on complete artillery pieces or a wide variety of major components, complex assemblies, and systems. Works on major assemblies such as gun tubes, breeches, carriages, mounts, turrets, elevating, traversing, loading, and control systems. Incumbent decides what parts and mechanisms can be reworked, refitted, or replaced. Performs adjustments and alignments as required. Assembles, adjusts, installs, aligns, and meshes recoil systems, hydraulic rammers, traversing mechanisms, and similar major components.
3) Traces circuits by referring to schematic diagrams and visually inspects circuits for faulty insulation, poor electrical contacts, and broken or worn electrical components. Uses test equipment and analyzes continuity of circuits. Repairs or replaces circuits. Employs applicable test, measuring and diagnostic equipment in conjunction with technical publications and prior knowledge to diagnose and troubleshoot malfunctions.
4) May serve as a commodity inspector during Command Maintenance Management evaluations (COMET) or as a member of a Maintenance Assistance Instruction Team (MAIT).
5) Performs other duties as assigned.
Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.
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