Vinnell Arabia

  • Principal Trainer, Turret

    Location SA-Riyadh
    ID
    2017-2588
    Category
    Eastern Region New Equipment Training
  • Overview

    Performs maintenance and repair on MNG turreted weapon systems. Assists in the development and execution of Equipment Training programs. Implements and supervises MAIT program for turreted systems.

     

    A. Duties/responsibilities:

    1. Applies diagnostic and troubleshooting techniques to determine cause or causes of malfunction, extent of corrective adjustments and repair procedures.
    2. Repairs and adjust hydraulic, mechanical and electrical/electronic armament sub-systems.
    3. Adjusts breech and firing mechanism as required; services recoil mechanism.
    4. Performs diagnostic tests to ensure equipment is functioning within prescribed limits and tolerances.
    5. Conducts maintenance assistance and instruction programs for MNG personnel.
    6. Identifies and submits requirements for repair parts.
    7. Provides LAV turret OJT training to MNG soldiers.
    8. Maintains records, prepares and submits required reports.
    9. Monitors and leads others in shop workflow.
    10. Provides technical assistance to MNG units, as required.
    11. Perform other duties as required

    B. Independence: Acts under the supervision of the Armament Section Supervisor and designated Team chief.

     

    C. Supervisory Responsibilities: (7) Assistance Trainer Turret.
     

    Qualifications

    A. Education Level: High School graduate. Military Technical Training or equivalent in turret repair.

     

    B. Experience: A minimum of two (2)years experience in turreted armament repair or equivalent combination of education and experience.  

     

    C. Specific knowledge, skill, ability, requirement: Knowledge of standards, principles and techniques of turret/armament repair and knowledge of shop safety requirements. Possess a valid driver's license.

     

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