The Power Generation Tech will use his in depth knowledge and field experience related to diesel powered generators to perform the refurbishment and sustainment of the Lechmotoren 150kW, 30kW and 15kW power generation equipment used with the Patriot System. This will include disassembly, cleaning, modification (as required), refurbishment and reassembly of power generator assemblies in accordance with applicable technical manuals (TMs) and refurbishment and upgrade procedures. Generator Tech must perform depot level diagnostic, fault isolation and repair capability for Lechmotoren generators. The Generator Tech will provide oversight on Organizational and Direct Support repairs in accordance with (IAW), US ARMY 10/20/30 PMCS Maintenance Standards. This position is located in Qatar.
Generator Tech must perform maintenance inspections and repairs, to include parts ordering in accordance with applicable technical manuals and procedures. Must also complete records, maintain tools and equipment, and performs various clean-up and refurbishment activities. Additional responsibilities will include the initial setup and facilitization of the in-country work location required for the refurbishment effort. May work with, train, and advise local hire maintenance personnel on operational and technical aspects of aforementioned equipment. Must observe and follow all safety rules and procedures, including wearing required personal safety equipment. Perform other duties and activities as directed.
A graduate of the US Army Power Generation Equipment Repairer (MOS 52D) course or a graduate of a technical school or manufacturer's course of instruction on diesel power generation equipment, or equivalent On-the-Job Training (OJT) or work experience in troubleshooting, fault isolation, disassembly, repair, assembly and checkout of power generation equipment.
Minimum of four (4) years of experience with electro-mechanical troubleshooting, fault isolation, and repair of 15, 30, or 150kW diesel powered power generation equipment.
Demonstrated ability to test generators under changing load conditions for variations in performance to ensure all specifications are met or exceeded.
Functionally test generators after making repairs to assure compliance with design specifications and standards.
Individuals must possess mechanical skills including experience with the use of common hand and powered tools, fixtures, templates, and associated refurbishment and modification equipment.
Demonstrated basic computer skills for record keeping and parts requisition.
Middle East customer experience.
Graduate of applicable Lechmotoren power generation equipment repair course.
Graduate of diesel powered power generation equipment repair course.
Demonstrated experience with Lechmotoren diesel powered 15, 30, or 150kW generators.
Demonstrated basic knowledge of the Patriot refurbishment, modification, and system integration process.
Demonstrated knowledge of Patriot peculiar Technical Manuals and associated drawings, schematics, and publications.
Demonstrated ability to interact with leadership effectively – including customer, Raytheon, teammates, and suppliers.
Previous experience in International Patriot FMS Programs.
Raytheon Six Sigma certified.
Experience living and working in an overseas location.
Required Education: Bachelor’s degree in engineering, power generation or related field. May substitute experience for education. (i.e., Associate’s Degree or technical school with focus on Power Generation plus 6 years of experience, no degree plus 10 years of power generation experience).