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This National Guard position is for a EQUIPMENT METAL REPAIR, Position Description Number PDD1216000 and is part of the Mississippi National Guard.
As a EQUIPMENT METAL REPAIR, WG-3809-9, you will repair mobile equipment bodies and metal body components in support of maintenance activities.
(1) Disassembles damaged mobile equipment bodies and components to determine nature and extent of damage and required repairs. Performs repair work on damaged equipment components such as fenders, panels, hoods, cowls, truck beds and associated parts such as brackets, covers, clamps, and braces. Repairs bodies by mending, replacing, or fabricating with sheet metals. On occasion, repairs damaged main frames and structural components such as doorposts, doorframes, skeletal framework, and main support members.
(2) Fabricates, assembles, and installs a variety of components made of sheet metal for buses, trailers, shelters, and other equipment. Lays out and cuts materials allowing for seams, joints, laps, and shrinkage. Bends and forms metal parts into desired shapes with hand and power tools and equipment. Uses equipment such as shears, brakes, folders, formers, crimping, burring, and bending machines. Assembles and fastens fabricated parts by installing bolts, rivets, screws, soldering, and welding. Repairs folds, wrinkles, creases, and large tears in fenders, doors, and roofs using hammers, dolly blocks, spoons, bending irons, mallets, sanders, grinders, files and hydraulic jacks. Prepares surfaces for painting by filling and sanding.
(3) Removes and replaces damaged fenders, quarter panels, and top panels by cutting and welding with oxyacetylene and electric arc welding equipment. Shrinks and stretches sheet metal to obtain desired shape and fit. Removes and replaces body trim, hardware, windshields, door glass, headliners, and other body components.
(4) Repairs radiators, fuel tanks, and similar items by straightening, soldering, patching, tube rodding and splicing, plugging core sections, replacing cores and pressure testing for leaks. Removes, disassembles, reassembles, and installs radiators, fuel tanks and similar items.
(5) Occasionally performs electrical repair work such as removing, splicing, insulating, soldering, and replacing cut or defective wiring on mobile equipment.
(6) Performs other duties as assigned.
Details of the duties and responsibilities are contained in the applicable position description located online, on the FASCLASS website. https://acpol2.army.mil/fasclass/search_fs/search_fasclass.asp
Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.
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