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AFCAP: Aircraft Arresting System Site Lead / Generator Foreman
Full time at Kingston and Stanley in Qatar

AFCAP: Aircraft Arresting System Site Lead / Generator Foreman Full time at Kingston and Stanley in Qatar

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Posted on November 5, 2013

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KBR is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to a diverse workforce.

Aircraft Arresting Systems (AAS) Site Lead provides AAS On-Job-Training (OJT), maintenance scheduling, inspections of recurring maintenance and repairs to support the US Military personnel. Each training session will consist of procedures, inspections and hands-on-training necessary to maintain and operate the pertinent Systems, BAK-12 or Bak-14. OJT will be a continuous process performed throughout each new rotation of USAF maintenance personnel. AAS trainer shall develop, maintain, and use appropriate lesson plan for instructing fire protection personnel in AAS operations. The AAS Trainer shall submit the required training plan for approval based on the Air Forces Career Field Education and Training Plan (CFETP). AAS Trainer shall perform the BAK-12 or BAK-14, daily, weekly, and monthly maintenance schedules that meet or exceed all manufacturer's specifications and/or military Technical Orders. AAS Trainer shall confirm that maintenance performed by military personnel meets standards by performing a monthly inspection on each system.

AAS provides instructions training at least weekly or as required. Level of training will change with each military rotation. Each class exercise will consist of procedures and inspections necessary to reconfigure arresting systems to battery position. Actual engagements may be used to satisfy this requirement so long as follow-on instructions are provided to correct deficiencies in inspection and reset procedures. The trainer shall maintain records of each training class including date, names, and instructor. Completes and reviews records, maintains tools and equipment, and performs various cleanup activities. Job may require moderate to heavy lifting.

Knowledge is mandatory of: principles of electronics and electricity, including generation, conversion, transformation, distribution, and utilization; types, capacity, and purpose of high and low voltage circuits, circuit breakers, switches, fuses, regulators, relays, instruments, and meters associated with electric generation and distribution; interpreting instrument and meter readings; wiring diagrams, schematics, drawings, and technical publications; techniques of operating and maintaining internal combustion engines, generators, generating plants, distribution panels, and accessory equipment; repair and maintenance of aircraft arresting systems; use and purpose of test equipment; safety rules and practices; environmental policies; principles of management; and operation and repair of electrical power production systems.

Specific Job Requirements: AAS trainer shall have a high school diploma or equivalent and a minimum of three years aircraft barrier experience, be 483 Certified in operation and maintenance of BAK-12 and BAK-14 aircraft arresting systems and have completed an approved DOD school for Air Force Specialty Code (AFSC). Must have equivalent commercial or documented military experience and qualification on DD Form 214 in Air Force Specialty Code (AFSC) 3E0X2 Electrical Power Production / Operation and Maintenance of Aircraft Arresting Systems (AAS) or equivalent Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) used by the US Army or US Marines, or US Navy equivalent.

Must have or be able to obtain a US Secret Clearance.
Additional requirements:

Must be fluent in English Must possess passport book (not passport card) with at least 12 months of remaining validity AND with at least 4 blank visa/stamp pages remaining Must possess driver's license with at least 6 months of remaining validity
It should be understood that employment may be located in potentially dangerous areas, including combat or war zones. This might involve the possibility of suffering harm by dangerous forces or friendly fire. These dangers are inherent to working conditions in a dangerous environment.
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