NONAPRROPRIATED FUND VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT FORT SILL, OKLAHOMA ANNOUNCEMENT NO: 013-10 OPEN: 16 FEBRUARY 2010 CLOSE: 22 FEBRUARY 2010 POSITION: MAINTENANCE WORKER LEADER, NL 4749-07, REGULAR PART TIME SALARY: $11.62 PER HOUR LOCATION: DFMWR, SUPPORT SERVICES, FORT SILL, OK 73503 ******************************************************************************************************* BENEFITS: Merit salary increases; Liberal sick and annual leave; Health/Life Insurance Plan; Retirement/401K Savings Plan; Long Term Care and Social Security participation. MAJOR DUTIES: Provides assistance/support to staff in maintaining/up-keeping of the facility grounds/equipment to three Child and Youth Services facilities on installation. Serves as a working leader of 3 or more employees in accomplishing trades and labor work. The highest level of non-supervisory work led is Maintenance Worker, NA 4749- 07. Passes on to other workers instructions received from supervisor, and starts work (e.g. by assigning the immediate tasks to be performed by individual members of the group led). Insures that needed equipment, supplies, and materials are available. Sees to it that there is enough work to keep everyone in work crew busy. Checks work in progress and when finished for compliance with supervisor’s instructions on work sequence, procedures, methods, and deadlines. Urges or advises other employees to follow supervisor’s instructions and to meet deadlines. Demonstrates proper work methods. Answers workers’ questions regarding procedures, policies, and instructions. Obtains needed information or decisions from the supervisor on problems that come up during the work. Provides information to supervisor on status and progress of work, causes of delays, and overall operations. Assures that safety and housekeeping rules are followed. Works along with other workers, setting the pace performing non-supervisory work of the same kind and level as that done by the group led. - Carpentry. Measures, cuts, constructs and/or repairs wood, composite building materials, and wood substitute items where specific fit and accuracy are required within allowable limits to produce a serviceable product. Uses such tools as hammers, chisels, handsaws, planes, screwdrivers, glue guns, power saws/sanders/drills to build partitions, chair rails, baseboards and shelving. Installs paneling, sheetrock, and ceilings. Reframes windows, hangs doors, replace broken boards, and lay tile floors. - Painting. Prepares surfaces and applies paints, varnishes, and shellacs to newly installed lumber and existing building materials. Thins, stirs and mixes paints and other coating materials. Applies materials using brushes, rollers, and spray guns ensuring surfaces are fully coated and free from skips, runs and drips. - Electrical/Plumbing. As needed, replaced worn or broken wall switches and outlets. Replaces ceiling light and/or burned out bulbs. Repairs faucets, resets toilets, and lavatories. Performs other easily accomplished repairs. - Laborer. Loads and unloads heavy boxes, bulky supplies, and materials to and from trucks, dollies, etc. Moves heavy boxes/cartons by hand or dolly; opens crates and boxes using crowbar, cuts bands using shears; stacks boxes and cartons as directed. Moves and arranges furniture. Shovels snow from sidewalks and paths. - Vehicle Operations. May be required to drive vehicles up to and including a 5-ton truck to move furniture, etc. to various buildings on the installation. QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS: Must be able to lead assigned workers by passing on instructions, demonstrating proper work methods, assuring sufficient stock is available, assuring that safety policies are adhered to and that deadlines are met. Must have working knowledge of wood working techniques and basic shop mathematics. Must be skilled in use and operation of command hand and power tools and measuring devices of the carpentry and painting trades to perform a variety of tasks. Must have knowledge of standard surface preparation and coating methods and techniques. Must have ability to read and follow basic blueprints and sketches. Must have skill in manipulating controls of a motor vehicle. Supervisor assigns work orally or through written instructions. Worker selects tools, decides on methods and techniques to use and carries out assignments that are spot-checked during progress. Supervisor checks completed projects to insure compliance with requirements. Makes repairs and installations from floor level, ground level, and from ladders. Work requires standing, stooping, bending, climbing, crawling, and kneeling for extended periods in uncomfortable positions. May lift and move materials weighing up to 40 pounds and occasionally heaver items with assistance. Be 18 years of age. CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT: Work will be performed both indoors and outdoors. Exposed to dust and dirt. May be required to perform in bad weather when having to work outdoors. Exposure to possibility of cuts, bruises, burns and broken bones from falling objects or when working on ladders or driving a motor vehicle. All required background checks of AR 215-3, and the Crime Control Act must be successfully completed and maintained, including Child and Youth National Agency Check with Inquiries (CNACI). A health assessment is required (paid for by employer). Possession of a valid driver’s license to operate government vehicles is required. One year trial/probationary period may be required. All Non-US citizens will be required to present their Alien Registration Card when appointed into the position. This position is covered by the DA Drug-Free Federal Workplace Program. Incumbent is required to sign a DA Form 5019, Condition of Employment for Certain Civilian Positions Identified Critical under the DA Drug-Free Federal Workplace Program. “A DA FORM 3433-2 (SUPPLEMENTAL-A EMPLOYMENT APPLICATION FORM FOR CHILD-YOUTH SERVICES POSITION) MUST BE COMPLETED AND ATTACHED TO THE SUBMITTED APPLICATIONS FOR ALL POSITIONS WORKING AROUND CHILDREN.” HOW TO APPLY: Submit required applications (DA Forms 3433, 3433-1, 3433-2, and Supplement-Additional Professional/Personal Information form). If applicable, submit forms or supplements for NAF Military Spouse Preference (FS Form 695b) and Involuntarily Separated Member of Armed Forces form in accordance with application. If PRIOR MILITARY a copy of your DD-214 must be attached. If exercising MILITARY SPOUSE PREFERENCE, proper forms requesting preference must accompany application, i.e. sponsor’s PCS orders and marriage license/certificate. Applicants will participate in established recruitment procedures (i.e. interview, KSA's where required, etc.). CURRENT NAF EMPLOYEES must submit a completed FS Form 925-a (Application for Current NAF Employees). Information and forms are available at: Civilian Personnel Advisory Center, NAF Human Resource Division, 1721 Fort Sill Boulevard, Suite 100 , Fort Sill, OK 73503. Applications and request forms must be received at the above address no later than close of business 22 February 2010. Our job information desk is open on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 11:30 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. Applications can also be obtained at the following web site: http://sill-www.army.mil/dcp. A NAF application drop off box is located outside the south entrance to building 1721. WHO MAY APPLY: Military Spouses; Outside Applicants – Veterans; Outside Applicants – Non-veterans; Current or Former NAF Employees; Involuntarily Separated Military (ISMP); DOD Interchange Agreement eligibles. DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY NONAPPROPRIATED FUND INSTRUMENTALITIES ARE EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYERS. NAFI EMPLOYEES AND APPLICANTS WILL BE FREE FROM REPRISAL IN MAKING PROTECTED DISCLOSURES AND THEIR CONFIDENTIALITY IN MAKING SUCH DISCLOSURES WILL BE PROTECTED. DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY NAF PROVIDES REASONABLE ACCOMMODATIONS TO APPLICANTS WITH DISABILITIES. IF YOU NEED A REASONABLE ACCOMODATION FOR ANY PART OF THE APPLICATION AND HIRING PROCESS, PLEASE NOTIFY THE SERVICING NAF CIVILIAN PERSONNEL OFFICE. REQUESTS FOR REASONABLE ACCOMMODATIONS ARE MADE ON A CASE BY CASE BASIS.