Maintain and repair fire-fighting equipment and emergency vehicles including fire trucks. Diagnose, adjust, repair and service a variety of systems including heating and air conditioning, engine and emission, suspension and steering, braking and electrical systems. Inspect specialized equipment on the vehicles, such as hoses and fire extinguishers, and maintain documentation of their repair action in accordance with DA PAM 750-8. Vehicles include a variety of gasoline and/or diesel fuel powered Army tactical and commercial vessels including fire department pumpers, tankers, and wild land brush trucks. Repair actions are completed in accordance with Army 10/20 standards in accordance with applicable Technical Manuals, Safety of Use Messages (SOUM), Material Work Orders (MWO), and local directives work orders, drawings and established trade techniques
Must have a CDL License (Class A).
Must have the ability to obtain Level I EVT certification within 12 months of hire.
Requires two (2) EVT exams (certification): F-1 Inspection, Maintenance & Testing of Fire Apparatus and F-2 Design & Performance of Fire Apparatus
Requires two (2) ASE certifications T-4 and T-5 prior to taking EVT certification exams.
High School diploma or equivalent.
Must be knowledgeable in the legal operation of fire apparatus; requirements of NFPA1911, federal and state regulations; and record-keeping requirements.
Must have intimate knowledge of all fire apparatus and how the various systems operate with each other and complete required documentation.
Three (3) years experience working on and/or operating emergency vehicles.
Ability to read and understand electrical and hydraulic schematics
Basic computer skills and the ability to maintain equipment maintenance and repair logs.
Ability to effectively communicate in English, both verbally and in writing.
Ability to pass a post-offer drug screen clearance.
Must be able to lift on an occasional basis a maximum of 70 pounds with the frequent or constant lifting of 40 pounds.
Required to pass a Federal Background Investigation to obtain a Common Access Card (CAC).