This is a non-status, non-permanent Personal Service Contract (PSC) position. You do not acquire a competitive or excepted service status from this position
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SERIES & GRADE: WG-6610-09
-U.S. Citizenship is required.
-Incumbent will be subject to random drug testing.
-Must be able to obtain and maintain a Secret security clearance.
Infrequent travel may be required for this position.
DURATION APPOINTMENT: Temporary Non-Status Position: 1 year renewable for up to 4 years
SUMMARY: This is a full-time, one year renewable, personal services contract position at the WG-09 equivalent grade level.
This position is located in the Defensive Equipment and Armored Vehicles (DEAV) Division, Office of Physical Security Programs, Countermeasure Directorate (C), Bureau of Diplomatic Security (DS), Department of State (DOS). DEAV fields equipment for the protection of life and property from terrorism.
The hourly pay range for a WG-09 position is $24.82 through $28.96.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Performs a wide variety of repairs and modifications and incorporates manufacturer-approved changes and adjustments on revolvers, semi-automatic pistols, pump action shotguns, and all related accessories and equipment.
- Makes modifications and repairs to approved weapons, which may include installation and fitting of standard parts, reshaping standard parts, minor machining operations, gauging, and deburring. Restores weapons to factory-approved specifications.
- Serves as an instructor in armorer-related courses or topics. Prepares audiovisual aids, manuals, and equipment needed during classroom instruction.
- Ensures the proper use, care, cleaning, storage, repair, and maintenance of government property ranging from machinery to weapons systems and vaults. Assists in issuance/de-issuance of weapons and shipping, and inspection of received parts and weapons for inventory acceptance.
EVALUATIONS: Your qualifications will be evaluated on the following knowledge, skills, abilities (KSAs) and other characteristics that are relevant to the duties of this position and must be fully supported by information in your resume:
- Knowledge of manufacturer's Armorer/Operator manuals for weapons including, but not limited to, Sig Sauer P228/229, Glock 19, Ruger GPIOO, Ruger SPIOI, Smith and Wesson Model 19, and Remington 870, M240, M249, M2QCB, AK47, Heckler & Koch MPS, MK 19.
- Knowledge of firearms operation and maintenance.
- Ability to check, repair, and adjust weapons including the ability to disassemble/assemble weapons and locate the cause of improper functioning.
- Ability to provide firearms instruction.
Qualifying specialized experience must demonstrate the following:
- Experience checking, repairing, adjusting, and modifying a wide variety of firearms including revolvers, semi-automatic pistols, pump action shotguns, and related accessories and equipment.
- Experience serving as an instructor in armorer-related courses.
- Experience inspecting weapons systems and tools, issuing/de-issuing weapons, and shipping and acceptance inspection of weapons and parts.
HOW TO APPLY:
Submit a detailed resume. Applications must be received electronically by 11:59 pm on July 5, 2019. Your resume or application must clearly reflect the requirements of this position, if not your application may not be considered. Applications, which are incomplete, not received by the deadline stated above will not be considered. All materials submitted will become property of the Department of State.