Employer: DynCorp International
Inspects, maintains, assembles, disassembles, repairs, and tests assigned missiles (air-to-air and air-ground), other PGM, associated components, training items, support equipment, containers and supporting resources as applicable to the Site IAW AFI 21-201 and pertinent technical data. Operates Tactical Munitions Record System (TMRS) and Combat Ammunition System (CAS). Carries out all duties in accordance with DynCorp International ISO 9001 Quality and Safety Standards.
(Typical duties include the following, although specific duties vary by assignment or contract.)
Consistently observe and enforce all USAF and host nation explosives safety, AFOSH, and security standards during all explosives and non-explosives operations in assigned sites and temporary duty locations.
Prepare and deliver general and explosives safety briefings for all explosives operations. In the event of an emergency, takes necessary control and timely response actions.
Conduct all munitions work according to established quality processes, identifying potential problems and recommending problem-solving solutions.
Inspect Missile/PGM assets in accordance with USAF surveillance inspection program IAW 11A-1-10.
Inspect and certify Missile/PGM AUR and component containers in accordance with 11A-1-60.
Recondition, repair, and replace defective or missing parts of munitions and containers
Perform all TMRS operations to include (sending daily updates, reviewing difference list, performing CMRS checks, uploading Auto loads, performing inventory validations, etc.)
Accurately document all serviceability and accountability actions in a timely manner.
Prepare assets for redistribution to theater and/or retrograde to CONUS, to include completion of required documentation and creation of TMRS Ship Disks.
Review and complete applicable munitions documents with accuracy and completeness using CAS and TMRS.
Coordinate with Accountability Element to resolve serviceability/accountability matters relevant to inspection processes.
Provide support to the assigned custody accounts of the deployed forces.
Report Missile/PGM inspection operations to Munitions Control and the Senior Munitions Inspector; coordinate changes in scheduled work plans with PGM supervisors.
Provide proper security, storage, and operator maintenance of assigned equipment.
Perform munitions storage actions according to the stringent explosives standards.
Conduct warehouse inventories and correct any discrepancies.
Inspect, operate and perform operator maintenance on assigned vehicles, MMHE, and support equipment.
Inspect and operate electronic test equipment, metal strapping equipment, stencil machines, heat sealers, pneumatic paint guns, air compressors and power tools; certifier for equipment documentation.
Work necessary hours, to include stand-by duties, to support mission requirements during peacetime and contingencies.
Perform other duties as assigned.
Knowledge & Skills
Working knowledge of Missile/PGM and Munitions Inspection Procedures.
Knowledgeable of the USAF Supply and Tech Order systems.
Proficient in computer applications.
Valid local driver's license.
US Secret Security Clearance required.
Experience & Education
Minimum four years experience on Military Munitions; combined experience on USAF inspection procedures, CAS, TMRS, storage, maintenance of munitions and MMHE.
Must meet USAF Munitions Inspector prerequisites IAW AFI 21-201; at least 2 years experience as USAF Munitions Inspector, to include graduate of formal training course, and/or award of Special Experience Identifier (SEI) Code 836.
Physical Requirements/Working Environment
Physically capable of performing all required duties; capable of lifting 50 lbs. and performing extensive work using handling/lifting equipment.
Normal color perception and depth of vision.