About the Employer:
Our Client supports U.S. national security and foreign policy objectives by delivering support solutions for defense, diplomacy, and international development. Their broad international expertise and over 60 years of working in remote, dangerous and austere environments allow them to provide expertly conceived and professionally executed services to meet the complex demands of today's world.
Location: Incirlik Air Force Base, Turkey
Oversees Electrical, Power Production, and Aircraft Arresting Systems in the Civil Engineering Department of the Turkey Spain Base Maintenance II Contract. Supervises personnel in the accomplishment of their respective duties. Operate, maintain, inspect, repair, overaly and logistically support electrical power production equipment, electrical distribution equipment and aircraft arresting systems.
MAJOR JOB ACTIVITIES:
1. Ensure the maintenance, repair, inspection, and certification of aircraft arresting systems IAW AFI 32-1043, Engineering Technical Letters (ETL's), USAFE Supplements and applicable Technical Orders (TOs). Ensure systems are operational on a 24/7 basis. Provide arresting system setup and certification within 20 minutes after notification from Airfield Management. Ensure work on arresting systems is performed under the supervision of arresting system task certified personnel. Schedule annual arresting system re-certification test engagement at least one month prior to the certification expiration date.
2. Operate, maintain, inspect, repair, overhaul and logistically support electrical power production equipment and associated systems IAW AFIs 32-1062, 32-1063, UFC 3-550-01, applicable T.O.s, and manufacturer's manuals. Provide continuous regulated power to meet base and mission requirements. Maintain a single line-wiring diagram of the coordinated power production systems. Operate and maintain the base power plant and emergency pumps in an efficient and cost-effective manner. Operate and maintain stand-by power units and /or emergency generators for facilities in accordance with the facility priority list. Provide for temporary power to support lighting, essential utilities, and critical communication equipment. Train users designated as "Emergency Generator Operators" and provide written operating instructions. Maintain appropriate records and bench stock supplies and parts as required. Ensure power is restored, as soon as possible.
3. Operate, maintain, inspect, repair, overhaul and logistically support electrical distribution equipment and associated systems IAW AFIs, National Electric Code, local electric code, applicable NFPA standards, USAFE Supplements, US national safety codes AFJMANs, UFCs and local safety standards. Electrical systems include primary and secondary distribution lines, substations, transformers, bus structures, distribution panels, circuit breakers, fuses, grounds, grounding systems, lightning protection, motor control centers, transfer switches, switching devices, capacitor banks, fire alarm systems, cathodic protection systems, street/exterior lighting, interior lighting, and emergency and exit lighting. Calibrate, maintain, and test large appliances and deep fat fryers installed as RPIE or RPSE (Real Property Similar Equipment) IAW manufacturer's manuals and NFPA standards. Inspect, test, install, and maintain fire detection systems IAW AFI 32-2001, UFC 3-601-02 and procedures manuals to include fire detection head cleaning. Maintain a single line-wiring diagram of the electrical system and conduct system studies and analyses as needed. Maintain traffic control devices including traffic signals, electrical wiring, automatic timers, and sensors, as required.
Education/Certifications: One year related experience may be substituted for one year of education, if degree is required. Associates degree in a related field is desired.
Ten years experience (5 of those 10 in supervision) in operation, maintenance, repair of power production, electrical distribution, and aircraft arresting system. Three of the ten years experience shall be in the operation and maintenance of prime power plants. Have knowledge of the National Electric Codes.
- Knowledge of the principles and practices of electrical distribution.
- Skilled in evaluating work performance of technicians and ensuring work place safety.
- Extensive facilities and utilities maintenance experience.
- Must be able to supervise and manage the activities of multi-national and culturally diverse work force.
- Possess knowledge of safety and environmental issues as they relate to power production, electrical, and aircraft arresting systems.
- Be familiar with various Computerized Maintenance Management Systems (CMMS).
- Prior military experience is a plus, but not mandatory.
MATERIAL & EQUIPMENT DIRECTLY USED:
Daily use of computer, phone, multi-line and voicemail system, multi-function fax/scanner/copier/network email/printer and filing system.
Typically Monday thru Friday in an office / outdoor environment. Position may require moderate to heavy lifting.
The physical requirements of the position include light lifting, walking, extended sitting or standing.
An Equal Opportunity Employer:
Our Client is committed to hiring and retaining a diverse workforce. Our Client is proud to be an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer, making decisions without regard to race, color, religion, creed, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, national origin, age, veteran status, disability, or any other protected class. U.S. citizenship is required for most positions.