Range Instructor

Location
Bowling Green, VA
Posted
Mar 07, 2017
Closes
Apr 05, 2017
Function
IT
Hours
Full Time
Develops, organizes, and conducts training and educational programs for customer personnel.

  

 1.  Operate and maintain the indoor range IAW the Pittman Range SOP; AR 190-11 (Physical Security of Arms Ammunition and Explosives); DA PAM 385-64 (Ammunition and Explosives Safety Standards); Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Instruction 2.103 (Field Inspection Reference Manual), September 26, 1994; OSHA Instruction TED 1.15, OSHA Technical Manual; OSHA Instruction CPL 2-2.58, 29 CFR 1926.62 (Lead Exposure in Construction): Inspection and Compliance Procedures, December 13, 1993; and OSHA Instruction STD 3-8.1 (Welding, Cutting, or Heating of Metals Coated with Lead-Bearing Paint), October 30, 1978. The Contractor shall conduct inspections of areas and facilities being used by units to ensure training on all the ranges are performed safely and IAW AWG SOP.

2.  Inspect the Pittman Range, training areas, facilities, firing positions, and targets prior to use; identify operational limitations; report maintenance and repair requirements; and coordinate repairs and maintenance with HHC personnel as necessary to support training and range requirements.

3.  Schedule and track maintenance, cleaning, HAZMAT and supply requirements for Pittman Range; order and stock the targetry room, cleaning room, and other supporting supplies for Pittman Range; maintain overall cleanliness of facility.

4.  Maintain daily communications logs and DA Forms 2404 (Equipment Inspection and Maintenance Worksheet), DA FM 2407 (Maintenance Request), and DA FM 1594 (Daily Duty Log).

5.  Visually examine and conduct operational tests to determine the need for, and the performance of maintenance and related repair work including carpentry and electrical repairs to all types of targets; generator systems; air filtration systems; target systems; and indoor range components for the surrounding range area.

Education Bachelors Degree in a related technical discipline, or the equivalent combination of education, technical certifications or training, or work/military experience.

Qualifications 10-15 years of directly related experience in the development and delivery of technical training programs.

 

    Possess and maintain a valid State of Maryland Driver’s License (operator’s license) at contract award, and at the Contractor’s expense. Obtain and maintain a Secret Security Clearance. Participate into a Hearing Conversation and Blood Lead Monitoring programs administered internally by the contractor (not government sponsored) for lead and hearing protections baseline and surveillance. (This service is not provided by Army Regulation to contracted personnel however, is required by the aforementioned OSHA guidelines).
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