Senior Armorer , Africa
Employer: SOC LLC
*Must have active certifications from the following manufacturers (this requirement cannot be waived):
Knight's Armament SR25
*Must have 1 years overseas experience as an armorer*
This position / labor category is staffed in accordance with the requirements described below:
The SARM shall be responsible for the overall operations of the armory which includes: scheduling the work to be performed, completing all of the required reports, and supervising the weapons Armorer.
Shall have well-developed written and verbal communication skills.
The SARM shall report to the DoS Weapons Program Officer from DEAV for all work related technical activities.
Maintain PRS detail and non-traditional guard force weapons. Only authorized operator and Echelon Two (2) Maintenance level.
The SARM is designated as support (P).
The SARM is required to attend the PSS training course as outlined in this contract.
The SARM personnel are authorized to permanently fill the position / labor category of the Armorer in case of shortages with the approval of HTP. The SARM shall maintain weapons qualification, as outlined in this contract and all Task Orders (TOs).
Repair and maintain weapons in accordance with OEM standards.
Account for all weapons in his/her custody.
The SARM shall possess weapons repair certifications, as applicable, from various gun manufacturers including: Colt, Glock, Remington, and FNH for the weapons required by task order.
The SARM shall also be responsible for the installation of special technical equipment to DoS weapons to include USG provided optical devices, flashlights, grenade launchers, night vision, and laser sights.
Must meet all of the below qualifications:
U.S. Citizen required to obtain and maintain a Secret Level Security Clearance
One (1) year of overseas experience performing as an Armorer.
He/she shall be Factory certified on a continual basis, as required, on all weapons for which he/she is responsible.
The Armorer shall possess a technical knowledge of weapon repair/maintenance principles, methods, and procedures.
He/she may qualify through completion of a military, law enforcement, or equivalent civilian weapons Armorer school and four (4) years military, law enforcement, or equivalent civilian Armorer experience.
The Armorer shall have the physical ability to lift and move equipment up to 50 pounds.
Must be able to pass Physical Fitness test (based on FLETC Standards) prior to attending training. For more information, please follow this link: https://www.fletc.gov/physical-efficiency-battery-peb)
Note: Documentation of certification must be submitted. These certificates shall be current and maintained by the contractor at all times and shall be made available to the Government upon request.
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