Light Vehicle Technician I - Small Engine Field Support
The Light Vehicle Technician I is responsible for inspecting and servicing power equipment used by field parties in Antarctica.
- Performs maintenance, diagnosis and repair of generators and small equipment, snowmobiles, and ATVs. Provides training for personnel on the safe use of the above equipment.
- Performs on-site maintenance and repair to equipment in field, as required.
- In field camps, works as Equipment Operator as required, including, but not limited to: grooming the skiway and loading/unloading aircraft. Trains camp staff on proper equipment and vehicle usage. Contributes to field camp end of season report, as required. Required to perform a variety of tasks, such as shoveling, cargo organization and movement, and fueling aircraft, vehicles and buildings.
- Maintains detailed records on all work performed and completes work orders.
- Operates and maintains equipment including compressors, presses, air tools, electric power tools, fork lifts, grooming equipment, etc.
- Assists MEC Shop Foreman/Camp Manager with daily operations. In field camps may be required to assist the heavy equipment technician with taskings.
- Maintains a clean, orderly and safe work area.
- Performs duties in support of metrics (as provided by the supervisor).
- Supports the achievement of ASC metrics, whether they can be directly or indirectly, effected by job duties.
- Complies with all ASC Environmental Health & Safety and Quality Assurance requirements and goals. Provides documentation to these divisions as necessary to ensure adequate and legal documentation.
- Works to achieve ASC goals and contractual commitments.
- Maintains workplace program and ensures safety is the highest priority in the workplace.
- Performs other duties as required.
Required Education, Experience, Certificates and Licenses:
- A minimum of two years’ experience in maintenance and repair of diesel and gasoline small engines and generators is required.
- Experience in snowmobile or ATV maintenance and repair and/or maintenance of tracked vehicles such as Tucker Sno-Cats and Pisten Bullys
- Previous cold weather experience
- Two years training at a technical school
- Wilderness First Responder Certification
- Experience with two and four stroke engines; maintaining small engines.
- Understanding of electrical power generation
Physical and/or Other Requirements:
- Willingness and ability to deploy to Antarctica for extended periods
- Successful completion of Medical and Dental examinations required by the NSF for deployment to Antarctica
- Successful completion of drug screening and background check required by employer
- Successful completion of Federal Background Check required by the NSF
- Must be willing and able to lift and move items, parts, assemblies, and equipment up to the safety regulation maximum as required by the position.
- Must be willing and able to perform physical activities including heavy lifting, climbing in and out of equipment, crawling, and working outdoors in extreme cold as required by the position.
- Must participate in community programs, such as “house-mouse” (chores), “daisy-picking” (cleaning-up around the station), recycling efforts & safety objectives.
- Valid Driver’s License issued in the United States
- Must be able to obtain and maintain facility credentials/authorization. Note: US Citizenship is required for facility credentials/authorization at this work location.
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