The GSE Technician is responsible for the maintenance of all assigned GSE and other vehicles required for the performance of the support contract.
Establishes and keeps records on the repair and operational readiness of the assigned equipment.
Performs and schedules preventive maintenance, services, troubleshoots, repairs, inspects, test, operates and maintains serviceability of assigned powered and non-powered GSE and non GSE.
Performs preventive maintenance and corrosion control on equipment.
Travels TDY to FOL sites to perform GSE functions.
Ensures compliance with appropriate fuel standards.
Ability to assist host nation national in translation / interpreting maintenance and technical publications.
Performs other duties as assigned
Certificate of completion of military or civilian training in fuel technology maintenance.
CMF 15 aviation MOS series or other military/commercial equivalent.
NACI within the last 10 years required.
Ability to communicate fluently in the English language.
Basic knowledge of various computer applications such as Microsoft Office applications (i.e. Excel, Word, Power Point, and Outlook).
May be required to respond to a wide variety of operational circumstances, including working in extreme weather conditions and rudimentary infrastructure.
Experience & Education
High School Diploma
Minimum 2 yrs of experience maintaining motor vehicles, aviation ground support equipment and aircraft refueling systems, including fabricating hoses, testing fuel, and maintaining gasoline and diesel engines and collapsible drums.
Must be familiar with DOD directives governing fuel systems and have a working knowledge of the operation and maintenance of fuel systems.
Able to test fuel for contamination, repair gasoline and diesel engines and fuel pumps, and repair fuel bladder and fiberglass fuel tanks.
Physical Requirements/Working Environment
Location of duty is Afghanistan.
Living conditions may be cramped and substandard compared to western (US) standards.
May be required to perform duties at remote and austere locations.
Must be able to withstand extreme temperatures and environments while working in field conditions.
Must be able to lift 90 pounds to waste level and 75 pounds to shoulder height.
10 – 15%
Travel to austere or inhospitable high stress environments will be required.
Ability to travel domestically and internationally.