Responsible for the operations of the Small Arms Repair, which consists of maintenance personnel performing the full range of work involved in the maintenance, storage and security of small arms and accessories.
MAJOR JOB ACTIVITIES:
Directs a professional team encompassing a wide range of functions with the Arms, Maintenance and Supply disciplines.
Evaluate staff, comparing objectives and achievements in the assessment.
Coaches staff on a daily basis, for training and continuous improvement.
Prepares performance appraisals as required.
Recommends disciplinary actions when appropriate.
Maintains full accountability of all weapons and devices stored in consolidated arms facilities and ensures high state of physical security IAW all applicable Army regulations and local command policies.
Supervises and provides guidance to all levels of repair of military small arms for maintenance.
Plans work schedules, sequence of operations and distribution of work; designates workers and assigns work; explains work requirements, methods and procedures; instructs on new or changed procedures, and assists with resolving problems.
Constantly monitors repair activities to ensure all procedures are performed safely. Immediately stops all unsafe actions.
Ensures appropriate safety equipment, i.e. safety helmets, eye protection, hearing protection, gloves, safety shoes, etc., is used as needed.
Adjust plans, assignments and methods as necessary to accomplish work as effectively as possible.
Ensures that equipment and supplies are utilized properly.
Provides leadership and guidance consistent with and in support of department/corporate goals and objectives.
Accountable for all assigned government furnished equipment (GFE) to include shop sets, special tools and equipment
Responsible for maintaining bench stocks and all supply actions for the storage, receipt, issue, and replenishment.
Performs other duties as directed.
MATERIAL & EQUIPMENT DIRECTLY USED:
Automated data processing equipment to include computer, printer, and other general office equipment outfitted with MsOffice software; secure handheld radio sets; non-tactical vehicles.
Work is generally conducted in a shop environment; however, duties may involve the conduct of work in the out-of-doors area with a potential exposure to extreme climatic conditions. Employee use of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) is required in certain areas. Such PPE includes but is not limited to head, foot, hand, torso, respiratory, vision and hearing protective devices. Must comply with OSHA, EPA, and Fire Regulations and published company work rules.
Work will require lifting, stooping, climbing, prolonged standing, prolonged sitting and working with or in areas where a potential could exist for exposure to physical, chemical or biological agents.