Select/enter at least one occupational specialty code as defined below. Your selection will be used to determine your consideration for this position under open competitive and/or merit promotion procedures. The specialty codes for this position are 001, 002 and 003. You must select at least one specialty code; however, you may select all three codes, if applicable.
001 - All U.S. Citizens
002 - Competitive merit promotion. This includes current Federal employees who serve under a competitive career-career conditional appointment in the competitive service), reinstatement eligibles (former Federal employees who served under a career appointment in the competitive service), and VEOA eligibles (veterans with preference and veterans who have been honorably discharged and substantially completed at least 3 years of continuous active duty service).
003 - Noncompetitive merit promotion. This includes applicants who are eligible for special or noncompetitive appointment authorities such as 30% or more compensable disabled veterans, Veterans' Recruitment Authority (VRA), and persons with disabilities. This also includes applicants who meet the qualifications for this position and who have previously held, or currently hold, a Federal position at the grade of this position as announced under 747144.
1. From the descriptions below, select the appropriate response based on your level of experience, and/or training, that you fully possess that demonstrates your ability to perform WG-07 Maintenance Mechanic duties:A. I am able to perform simple Maintenance Mechanic tasks. I do not have on-the-job training or experience in the area.
For each task in the following group, choose the statement from the list below that best describes your experience and/or training. Darken the oval corresponding to that statement in Section 25 of the Qualifications and Availability Form C. Please select only one letter for each item.A- I know little or nothing about this.
2. Construct items such as cabinets, doors, windows, steps, staircases, floors, floor coverings, carpet and/or tile.
3. Alter, repair or modify items such as cabinets, doors, windows, steps, staircases, floors, floor coverings, carpet and/or tile.
4. Measure and cut wood, composite, and wood substitute items where specific fit and accuracy are within allowable limits to produce a serviceable product.
5. Construct wood, composite, and wood substitute items where specific fit and accuracy are within allowable limits to produce a serviceable product.
6. Install wood, composite, and wood substitute items where specific fit and accuracy are within allowable limits to produce a serviceable product.
7. Apply standard measurements, specifications, and instructions when constructing, installing, or repairing items such as frame structures, decking, partitions, shelving, doors, forms, siding and scaffolds.
8. Apply general knowledge of wood, composite materials, wood substitutes, and woodworking techniques as well as basic shop mathematics to plan, measure, and lay out materials according to dimensional requirements and specifications.
9. Paint or coat materials such as building structures, signs, frames and floors following accepted trade practices and standards that insure surfaces are fully coated, protected and free from drips and runs.
10. Prepare surfaces using methods such as sanding and wire brushing.
11. Thin, stir, and mix coating materials according to specific directions.
12. Apply at least two of the following coating materials: paints, varnishes, and shellacs with brushes, rollers, and spray guns.
13. Operate a forklift
14. Track inventory of materials entering and leaving warehouse or stockrooms.
15. Maintain inventory log sheets.
16. Schedule personnel making deliveries to and from the warehouse.