Lead Technician, Field

Bethesda, MD
Jan 12, 2017
Sep 25, 2017
Specialty Trades
Full Time
Fabricates; installs; maintains; and repairs fluid systems; mechanical; and/or other types of components and equipment.

1. Installs; maintains; repairs; overhauls; troubleshoots; modifies; constructs and tests various types of fluid systems; and/or mechanical equipment and related devices.

2. Applies technical knowledge of fluid system principles in order to put equipment in operational condition and solve complex problems.

3. Troubleshoots and corrects malfunctions using specialized test and diagnostic equipment.

4. Makes recommendations for improvements or modifications to correct problems.

5. Provides operation/maintenance instruction to customer personnel.

6. Prepares operating and malfunction reports and related documentation.

7. Works with engineering staff to determine and solve equipment design problems.

8. Performs quality assurance testing of assemblies and equipment fabricated by other technicians.

9. Provides work leadership to less-experienced technicians.

10. Maintains current knowledge of relevant technologies as assigned.

11. Participates in special projects as required.

12. Provide support for non-nuclear steam generating plants to include evaluation of shipboard water chemistry test equipment and chemicals.

13. Provide shipping and purchasing support of water and petrofluid projects to include water or petrofluid samples; sample bottle kits; labels; shipping containers and express mailers; fluid sampling pump kits; and shipboard testing equipment. Education Associates Degree in a related technical discipline; or the equivalent combination of education; technical certifications or training; or work experience. Qualifications 5-8 years of directly related experience

Contractual requirements:

5-8 years of directly related experience in laboratory operations; maintenance; data collection; records maintenance; report preparation; test and evaluation of water and/or petrofluids; and logistical support. The individuals shall have the necessary training or education to work with water or petrofluids. Substitution of experience for education requirements may be made; with 3 years military experience equivalent to an Oil King.supporting engineering operations.

Perform analyses of water and petrochemical samples in order to determine the degree of contamination; chemical make-up; and other common chemical properties in order to determine maintenance requirements and strategies. Troubleshoot Navy propulsion and auxiliary systems based on analysis of the chemical properties of water and petro fluids. Provide Diesel Propulsion analysis; quality assurance; and laboratory equipment maintenance purchase; repair and calibration. Perform testing; analysis and data review of new and used samples performed by the Government in order to determine diesel maintenance strategy through on-site personnel and external laboratory services. Provide maintenance and calibration services in order to maintain Naval Fluids laboratory equipment.
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