The Logistics & Mission Support operation at Leidos currently has an opening for a General Mechanic to work at Fort Gordon in Georgia. This is an exciting opportunity to use your experience helping the INSCOM G4 mission.
• Responsible for completing various general and specialized trade skills, including but not limited to; electrical, carpentry, painting, concrete, plumbing, welding, drywall installing or repair of various ceiling systems. Duties may also include maintenance of the structure surrounding a facility, such as fencing and gates.
• Responsible for infrastructure sustainment activities.
• Repair and change locks in the building and perform complex lock servicing to ensure maximum safety of all people.
• Responsible for developing supply estimates for various projects, gathering technical data, evaluating/formulating safety procedures, material and fiscal requirements for assigned projects.
• May assist a project coordinator in planning, cost estimating, designing, developing, and completing local projects.
• Possess a working knowledge of laws, policies, and procedures pertaining to the construction work environment, i.e., Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), facility, system, and equipment security, Environmental Compliance Assessment Protocol (ECAP), and National Electrical Code (NEC).
• Applies electrical, mechanical, and structural knowledge to perform duties as assigned, and is required to periodically interpret construction and building blueprints.
• Duties may also include maintenance of the structure surrounding a facility, such as fencing and gates.
• Able to lift and/or carry objects up to 50 pounds, as well as climb ladders, walking up several flights of stairs, working on elevated surfaces and/or work in unusual or uncomfortable body positions or environmental conditions. Some positions involve work that must be performed outdoors during various weather conditions.
• High School Diploma or equivalent and five years' experience as a General Maintenance Mechanic.
• Specialized experience may include, but is not limited to: knowledge of the fundamentals of engineering technician work, i.e., using a variety of trade skills such as electrical, carpentry, painting, concrete, plumbing, welding, and drywall; interpreting diagrams, specifications, manuals, and supply/cost estimates.
• Experience in troubleshooting techniques in order to determine exact problems and tackle them accordingly.
• Excellent ability to communicate system problems to both co-workers and management for proper understanding.
• Exhibit good mechanical skills to handle equipment to avoid causing injuries to self and others on ground.
• Must have the ability to evaluate computer related work orders in accordance with accuracy.