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Old 30 March 2019, 11:37
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Exclamation Back Open* Surface Support Craft Maintenance Technician, SECRET, Name your Pay, Littl

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Salary: Negotiated based upon certs

Location: Little Creek, Virginia Beach
PoP: 2 years left on the contract
Referral Bonus: N/A
Start Date: Immediate (2-4 weeks) open position

This position provides support to maintain depot level marine
maintenance and repair services for NSW-owned and operated Surface
Support Crafts (SSC), Jet Skis, outboard motors (OBM), sponsons, and
boat trailers in an optimum state of readiness. Review technical manuals
(3M, OEM), instructions, and specifications, providing recommendations
for additions, deletions, and revisions. This position provides input to
specifications for any commercial maintenance or repair packages to
ensure that all required repairs are accurately described and expeditiously
completed.

Essential Functions:

The essential functions or tasks should state the purpose of the work and the results to be accomplished, rather than how the function is performed. Include those functions that account for 10% or more of the work, i.e., key functions that contribute significantly to the achievement of the job. These are tasks the employee must be able to perform, with or without accommodation, or else they couldnít be hired.

In more detail, the following specific actions relating to Surface Support
Craft Maintenance Technician in support of Naval Special Warfare
Command Task Order on the NSWC Logistics, Instruction, and
Engineering Support Services (LIESS) contract are required:
The Technician shall perform periodic SSC, Jet Ski, and trailer
inspections and maintenance on a set schedule for each piece of
equipment in accordance with the Navyís established Material
Maintenance Management Program (3M) or the Original
Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) specifications, whichever takes
precedence. Scheduled services may be based on usage and varied operational environments. The contractor shall make all repairs in accordance with OEM specifications referenced in technical manuals or maintenance procedure updates.

1. Work Authorization. The technician shall inspect Marine
Equipment for required maintenance or repair and present
assessment to the Government Maintenance Lead for
prioritization. The technician shall conduct final quality
control inspections on work upon completion of
maintenance services and repairs.
2. The technician shall provide maintenance support for all
assigned Marine Equipment. Contractor personnel are
required to perform scheduled maintenance in accordance
with government scheduling and interim repairs: as required
to maintain safe and reliable equipment support with an
equipment availability of greater than 90%. Equipment
maintenance shall entail the following:
a. All marine equipment shall be scheduled for
maintenance in accordance with designated periodicity
requirements of the 3M Program and OEM guidance.
b. Equipment standard safety inspections shall be
conducted at each scheduled maintenance service and
after completion of repair work.
c. Oils and standard service items shall be serviced and
changed in accordance with 3M Program requirements
and OEM recommendations.
d. Scheduled maintenance shall be conducted in three
specific levels identified as calendar based periodicity,
hourly based periodicity, and situational requirement
based periodicity in accordance with 3M Program
requirements and OEM recommendations.
e. Completion of all unscheduled repairs shall be
accomplished in accordance with OEM specifications.
3. Repair and Supply Assessments. Marine technicians shall
use OEM manuals and electronic files to request repair parts
from the government supply technicians and identify service
requirements which need to be performed at the
dealership/manufacturer level. Repair and Supply
assessments are conducted electronically in two government
systems, Organizational Maintenance Management System
Ė Next Generation (OMMS-NG) and the Scheduling
(SKED) systems. Repair assessments and supply requests
shall be turned over to the government supply specialists for
processing in the OMMS-NG and SKED systems.
4. Records. Marine technicians shall complete documentation
necessary to account for maintenance time, repair parts
ordered and installed, and record maintenance and repair
functions as prescribed to perform scheduled maintenance
and interim repairs. Maintenance data shall be entered into
maintenance software programs (OMMS-NG and SKED).
These databases are used for ordering repair parts and
tracking maintenance of each system. The database will be
updated daily as work is completed.
5. Field Support. The contractor shall conduct field service
maintenance and repairs as required supporting remote
equipment sites at Keyport, WA, Key West, FL, Panama
City, FL, and the Hawaiian island chain.
6. Hazardous Materials. The contractor shall ensure proper
handling of Hazardous Materials in accordance with Local,
State, Federal, and DOD directives, laws, and regulations.
Parts and any scrap material removed or generated during

Required
Education/Training:

 Shall hold current BRP OEM Outboard Motor maintenance and repair
technician certification and Yamaha Technical Academy Wave
runner maintenance and repair technician certification or industry
equivalent training and or certification, such as that which can be
received from Marine Mechanics Institute.

Experience:  Familiarity with and ability to utilize specialty tools, such as torque
wrenches, timing and fuel rack adjustment tools, feeler gauges, depth
gauges, and snap gauges as part of the routine maintenance and
equipment diagnostics processes.
 Knowledgeable of factory technical manuals, instructions, and
publications to ensure repair procedures are in accordance with
specifications
 Possess excellent work ethics, verbal and written communication
skills, and be detailed and accurate in performing all administrative
and routine functions.

Minimum
Qualifications:

Shall have a minimum of each of the following combinations of
general experience and education:
 Expert knowledge and skilled in maintenance, troubleshooting and
repair of all propulsion and auxiliary systems for assigned craft.
 Thorough knowledge and understanding of all small craft commercial
and command-level repairs to ensure all repairs are properly
scheduled and completed.
 Currently hold a verifiable SECRET security clearance vetted through
JPAS.
 Shall possess a valid state driverís license to operate motor vehicles.
Contractor personnel shall only operate government vehicles in the
official performance of their duties.
 Shall have the capacity and technical skills needed to make all levels
of repairs to steering, electrical, instrumentation, computer controls,
driver controls, fuel delivery systems, carburetion and injection,
exhaust and power train systems. Contractor personnel shall also be
capable of repairing boat trailer electrical, suspension and brake
systems.
 Shall be able to operate surface support craft.
 Shall hold current BRP OEM Outboard Motor maintenance and
repair technician certification and Yamaha Technical Academy
Wave runner maintenance and repair technician certification or
industry equivalent training and or certification, such as that
which can be received from Marine Mechanics Institute.
 Shall have the capacity and technical skills needed to make all
levels of repairs to steering, electrical, instrumentation,
computer controls, driver controls, fuel delivery systems,
carburation and injection, exhaust and powertrain systems.
 Shall be capable of repairing boat trailer electrical, suspension
and brake systems.
 Shall support availability of equipment at all locations at a level
of 90%.

Working Conditions:
 Be physically fit and able to work in an environment that is fast-paced
while completing multiple tasks, and meeting stringent timelines.
 Work alternate schedules to satisfy training requirements.
 Maintain a clean workspace.

Unique/Additional
Requirements:

Sample list of equipment to be maintained:
MODEL/MOTOR SIZE YEAR QTY LOCATION
Evinrude J30MLST 30HP 2003-2005 54 Little Creek, VA
Evinrude J30MLST 30HP 2003-2004 20 Pearl City, HI
Evinrude J55ML 55HP 2002-2005 20 Pearl City, HI
Evinrude E150HP 2008-2011 06 Pearl City, HI
Evinrude GEN I DE200HP 2008-2012 10 Little Creek, VA
Evinrude GEN I DE200HP 2010-2011 04 Keyport, WA
Suzuki DFAPXX 300HP 2012 04 Keyport, WA
Evinrude GEN II 250HP 2016 04 Little Creek, VA
Evinrude GEN II 250HP 2016 18 Pearl City, HI
SURFACE SUPPORT CRAFTS
Zodiac Hurricane H760 with Evinrude E-TEC 150HP outboard engines
(Pearl City, HI- 4)
Zodiac Hurricane H920 with Evinrude E-TEC 200HP outboard engines
(Pearl City, HI-6)
Silverships AMBAR 1100 with Evinrude E-TEC 200HP H.O. outboard
engines (Pearl City, HI-2)
Silverships AMBAR 1100 with Suzuki 300HP outboard engines
(Keyport, WA-2)
Silverships AMBAR 1100 with Evinrude E-TEC 250HP outboard engines
(Pearl City, HI-7, Detachment Little Creek, VA-2)
Silverships AMBAR 800 with Evinrude E-TEC 200HP outboard motors
(Detachment Little Creek-3)
SeaArk Commander Ram 800 with Enivrude E-TEC 200HP H.O.
outboard motors (Detachment Little Creek-2)

TRAILERS and OTHER EQUIPMENT
Boat trailers (Loadmaster, E-Z Loader, Boatmaster, MYCO, Spectrum)
(Pearl City, HI-22, Keyport, WA-2, Detachment Little Creek, VA-14)
Wing and Zodiac Sponsons (All Locations)
Furuno NAVNET3D Multi-Function Displays (MFD) and associated
equipment (RADAR/GPS) (All Locations)
Yamaha Jet-Skiís (Pearl City, HI-8)


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