Announcement Number SA-14-0236T
Position Title & Grade Utility Systems Repairer-Operator, KWB-4742-4/6
Opening Date 2014-04-08
Closing Date 2014-04-14
Organization Camp Carroll Utilities and Energy Branch, Operations and Maintenance Division, Directorate of Public Works, US Army Garrison, Daegu, US Army Installation Management Command, APO AP 96260-5748
Duty Location Waegwan
KWB-4 : Between 12,214 Won and 17,405 Won
KWB-6 : Between 13,720 Won and 19,626 Won
TOUR OF DUTY: 40 hours per week
AREA OF CONSIDERATION: All current USFK KN employees serviced by Civilian Human Resources Agency - Far East Region
NOTE: 1. Target Grade of this position is KWB-6. If the position is filled at the lower grade than target grade, the incumbent may be promoted to target grade non-competitively upon satisfactory completion of the job requirements, recommendation by the supervisor, and subject to meeting time-in-grade and qualification requirements. 2. Relocation Allowance will NOT be authorized for the selectee from outside the commuting area.
KWB-6 : Operates high pressure team boilers usually between 100 and 150 psig or high temperature water boilers (400 degrees Fahrenheit, 400 psig). At least one boiler is automatically gas or oil fired and identified with an active plant capacity of over 70,000,000 BTUs per hour. Checks flame safeguard controls for safe operation; adjusts combustion and feed water controls; checks water gauges, pressure gauges, temperature recorders, feed water regulators and other indicator metering devices to assure most efficient operation of equipment. Draws boiler water samples. Performs preventive maintenance on plant facilities, components and auxiliary equipment including feed water heaters and water softeners. Assists in major overhaul or repairs of plant equipment and systems by dismantling and reassembling complex components. Maintains plant(s) in a clean and orderly manner. Repairs, troubleshoots and installs heating equipment and their auxiliary mechanisms including coal, oil and/or gas fired furnaces, water heaters, space heaters, boilers, automatic controls, converters, piping, pumps and related heating components and units. Observes and tests the operating efficiency of heating systems in order to localize malfunctions. Inspects and adjusts thermostats, switches, fuel cutoff apparatus, burners, stockers, fuel food, flame safeguard controls, electronic and other safety devices. Replaces defective burners, pilots, valves, motors, piping, controls, fire pots, grates, bearings, and oil seals. Removes burner, burner nozzle, strainers, orifices, ignition electrodes and adjusting dampers. Removes soot and fly ash from tubes, chamber ducts, chimneys and breechings. Installs now heating plants, hot water boilers, furnaces, piping, pumps, controls and connects new equipment to existing facilities. Serves as emergency "no heat" mechanic. Performs other duties as assigned.
WORKING CONDITION : Works in rooms on concrete floors subject to relatively high temperatures; occasionally dusty, dirty, cramped quarters and unpleasant fumes. Subject to burns; injuries from falls, dropping moderately heavy items and use of powered hand tools. Subject to abnormal heat; hazards of boiler or furnace explosions, high noise level, toxic fuel fumes, burns and scalding water. May work in dirty, cramped quarters in inadequately lighted and ventilated space.
KWB-4: One year of general experience.
KWB-6: One year of general experience plus one year of specialized experience.
GENERAL EXPERIENCE: Actual work experience at a trainee, helper or other work related to the trade or craft for which being considered.
SPECIALIZED EXPERIENCE: Experience at the "Junior" or the higher level in the work related to trade or craft for which being considered.
ENGLISH LANGUAGE COMPETENCY: 1. The American Language Course Placement Test (ALCPT) socre of 34 is required. 2. The passing score of former English Language Proficiency Test (C Series) may be substituted for ALCPT requirement. 3. The TOEFL score of 360 (or 70 on the computer-based test) or TOEIC socre of 250 may be substituted for ALCPT requirement. Applicant must indicate the TOEFL/TOEIC score on the application (item #17) and submit official copies of test scores. TOEFL and TOEIC scores are valid for two years from the exam date. TOEFL scores must be provided to the CHRA-FER from the ETS.
SUBSTITUTION OF EDUCATION FOR EXPERIENCE : 1. Graduation from technical high school in the field related, successful completion of formal training courses (at least 90 days duration) or possession of a valid license or certificate of competency issued by the ROKG may be substituted for required 1 year of general experience. 2. Graduation from technical junior college in the field or possession of industrial engineer license of competency issued by the ROKG may be substituted for required 1 year of general and 1 year of specialized experience.
HOW TO APPLY : Applicants must submit an Application for Employment (USFK Form 130EK) by on-line resume. It is imperative that each item of the application be accurately and completely filled in and properly certified. Application that are not completed, incorrect will not be processed. You may get a specific guidance for it thru “How to Build an Application” on the web site, https://cpolrhp.cpol.army.mil/fer.
WHERE TO APPLY : Applications should be sent to CHRA-FER thru on-line web site, https://cpolrhp.cpol.army.mil/fer/.
Applications submitted without on-line resume (hand-carry, post mail, fax, e-mail, etc.) will not be processed.
EMPLOYMENT POLICY : It is the policy of USFK to employ based on qualifications and merit. No employee may request, offer, or accept gratuity, in exchange for employment or promotion within USFK, nor may they interfere with applicants exercising their rights to apply for consideration. Any employee found guilty of these practices will be subject to removal from USFK employment. Anyone aware of acts or omissions contrary to this policy is urged to immediately contact the servicing CHRA/HRO/CPF or HQ USFK, CPD, ATTN: FKCP-SES, Unit #15237, APO AP 96205-5237.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION : For more information on Korean National employment program, please contact Civilian Personnel Advisory Centers: Uijongbu 031-870-6711 (DSN: 732-6711), Seoul 02-7918-3450 (DSN: 738-3450), Pyongtaek 031-690-6352 (DSN: 753-6352), Taegu 053-470-7825 (DSN: 768-7825)