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|Telephone Systems Specialist|
For Military Use. Installs, removes, refurbishes, tests, and troubleshoots fixed and mobile telephone switching equipment, telephone key systems, telephone subsets, T-carrier, fiber-optic modems, multiplexers, line drivers, associated hardware and wiring supporting command, control, communications, and computer systems.
Vehicle Operator/Dispatcher Specialty
For Military Use. Performs and manages vehicle operations functions and activities. Included are dispatching, operating and servicing motor vehicles such as general purpose, base maintenance, and material handling vehicles. Performs fleet management duties, accounts for vehicle fleet, issues driver licenses, and conducts analyses. Plans, organizes and directs vehicle transportation to support operational missions.
Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator
National Guidelines for Apprenticeship Standards are a model for developing local apprenticeship programs registered with the OA or a SAA for the Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator occupation.
Structural Metal Fabricator and Fitter
National Guidelines for Apprenticeship Standards are a model for developing local apprenticeship programs registered with the OA or a SAA for the occupation Structural Metal Fabricator and Fitter.
Health Services Management Medical Secretary
For Military Use. Manages health services activities. Plans, develops, manages, and performs health services activities.
Vehicle Maintenance Specialties
For Military Use. Performs vehicle maintenance activities on military and commercial design general and special purpose, base maintenance, aircraft and equipment towing vehicles, and vehicular equipment. Activities include inspection, diagnostics, repair, and rebuild of components and assemblies.
Mechatronics Technicians require electrical, mechanical, and computer skills necessary to work on complex systems found in manufacturing environments. The work includes basic electricity, fluid mechanics, mechanical drives, instrumentation, motor control, and tasks specific to electrical, mechanical, and control specialties. The skills involved include industrial maintenance and manufacturing including assembly, testing, startup, troubleshooting, repair, and upgrades of machinery and the associated control systems.
Special Hazards Fire Suppression System Technician
Special Hazards Fire Suppression System Technician installs and services fire detection systems utilizing various forms of fire detection including smoke detection, heat detection, and flame detection in combination with selected special hazards agents released by a fire alarm control panel. The technician must be familiar with the various code requirements applicable to fire alarm and clean agent fire suppression systems, and be capable of installing systems in compliance with code requirements, employer policies, end user requirements, system manufacturer requirements, safety requirements and project specifications.
Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration Specialist
For Military Use. Installs, operates, maintains, and repairs heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration (HVAC/R) systems, combustion equipment, and industrial air compressors. Maintains and repairs non-electric kitchen equipment. Manages HVAC/R functions and activities.
Time based. United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America. Construct, erect, install, and repair structures and fixtures of wood, plywood, and wallboard, while using carpenter's hand tools and power tools. Measure and mark cutting lines on materials, using ruler, pencil, chalk, and marking gauge. Follow established safety rules and regulations, and maintain a safe and clean environment. Verify trueness of structure, using plumb bob and level. Shape or cut materials to specified measurements, using hand tools, machines, or power saw. Study specifications in blueprints, sketches, or building plans to prepare project layout and determine dimensions and materials required.
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