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Inspector - Heavy Equipment


Camp Arifjan, Kuwait

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Job Summary
URS/AECOM has an opening for an Inspector, Heavy Equipment in Kuwait.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Under the general direction of the Shop Supervisor or his/her designee:
As Equipment Inspector, performs initial, in-process and final inspections on military equipment.
Inspect vehicles and equipment to assure required services and repairs, both mechanical and cosmetic are completed.
Documents findings on automated and manual forms accurately and precisely in accordance with established policies and guidelines.
Estimates man-hours for completion of work identified.
Interpret and understand technical manuals and other documentation to independently diagnose and troubleshoot electrical, mechanical, and hydraulic faults to complete repairs.
Work with and have general knowledge of shop procedures as they relate to the service and repair of various military equipment and systems at all maintenance levels. • Responsible for ensuring replacement parts are correctly identified and requested.
Document supply and maintenance repair actions on military, manual or commercial computer systems.
Responsible for ensuring service and repair procedures are accurately followed and documented.
Responsible for quality assurance of all work performed.
Assist Shop Supervisor in development of strategies to enhance production levels.
Keep Shop Supervisor apprised of all situations.
Lead junior mechanics and helpers in the accomplishment of repair tasks.

Assist in other requirements/responsibilities as directed by Shop Supervisor.

Minimum Requirements
High School graduate or equivalent or be a recent graduate of military, commercial or vocational automotive mechanical school.
A minimum of 8 years’ experience performing directly related activities.
Physical ability to perform the job while standing for long periods of time.
Must be able to lift no less than 50 pounds unassisted.
Ability to perform assigned tasks with a minimum of supervision.
Must be capable of working in a team environment with on-site personnel, customers, engineers and other individuals to complete assignments.
Highly knowledgeable of power tools, specialty tools, common tools and equipment required to make repairs/up-grades.
Must be an effective communicator to maintain continuous liaison with supported activities.
Extensive inspection/repair background in Army ground equipment.
Must be able to pass a pre-employment drug screen, background and Department of Motor Vehicles Check.

Preferred Qualifications
Must be capable of obtaining Commercial Driver’s License within 90 days. (Current CDL A License is preferred).
Minimum Education/Experience: High School diploma desired.

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