Aircraft Carrier Maintenance Technician
GCS has multiple positions available for Aircraft Carrier Ship Systems Technicians to support maintenance efforts of multiple Aircraft Carrier systems including but not limited to; HM &E, Naval Nuclear Propulsions, ALRE 2 Positions, and, or, Combat Systems.
Technicians should have the ability to use OMMS-NG and have had previous active duty experience stationed onboard an Aircraft Carrier specializing in one or more of the shipboard systems as a work Center Supervisor or higher. Technicians should have worked at 3M Work Center Supervisor Level or higher. Technicians with preform maintenance of systems and equipment, follow 3M assessment material condition grading criteria and should be 3M Certified.
ACTIVE DOD SECRET clearance at time of hire with the ability obtain Top Secret clearance.
Minimum 4 yrs. general experience with the installation, operation, repair, testing and maintenance of naval or marine propulsion and auxiliary equipment.
Demonstrate a working knowledge of Navy assessment programs, visit processes and reporting methods.
Experience using instrumentation for diagnosing equipment.
Demonstrate ability for interpreting wiring diagrams and control schematics.
Ability to utilize computers including the Microsoft Office Suite for compiling information for reports and history files and transfer digital pictures from camera to computer and enhance as required and label them for report purposes.
Minimum of four (4) years specialized hands-on experience supporting system and equipment assessments on navy ships. Minimum of four (4) years specialized hands-on experience supporting the operation, repair, maintenance and assessment of US Naval Ships' Hull, Mechanical and Electrical systems noted below. Knowledge of governing requirements in NAVSEA, NAVSUPP, and Military Specifications for commissary systems and spaces.
Systems and Equipment: Air Compressors, Elevators, Conveyors, Dumbwaiters, Anchor Windlass, Capstans, Food Service (Electrical), Generators, CHT systems, Pulper's, Shredders, Plastic Waste Processors, Refrigeration (EPA Universal certification required), Marine Gas Turbines and Ventilation.
Hulls and Platforms: Aircraft Carriers: CVN-68 Nimitz Class / Submarines: SSN 688 Los Angeles Class, SSN 774 Virginia Class / Guided Missile Cruisers: CG 47 Ticonderoga Class / Guided Missile Destroyers: DDG 51 Arleigh Burke Class / Littoral Combat Ships: LCS Freedom Class / Amphibious Assault Ships: LHA 7 America Class, LHD 1 Wasp Class / Amphibious Transport Docks: LPD 17 San Antonio Class / Dock Landing Ships: LSD 41 Whidbey Island Class / EXPEDITIONARY FAST TRANSPORTs: EPF 1 Spearhead Class / EXPEDITIONARY SEA BASEs: ESB 3 Lewis B Puller Class.
High School Diploma or equivalent
For immediate consideration email resume to firstname.lastname@example.org or call Michelle Crockett at 504-308-1308. www.globalcommserv.com