MAINTENANCE WORKER, WG-4749-07


Vacancy ID: 762664   Announcement Number: AB-13-02   USAJOBS Control Number: 328340000

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Vacancy Identification Number

The Vacancy Identification Number is: 762664


1. Title of Job

MAINTENANCE WORKER, WG-4749-07


2. Biographic Data

3. E-Mail Address

4. Work Information

If you are applying by the OPM Form 1203-FX, leave this section blank.

5. Employment Availability

Please answer the following Employment Availability Questions by selecting either Yes or No.


6. Citizenship

Are you a citizen of the United States?
7. Background Information

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8. Other Information

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9. Languages

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10. Lowest Grade

Enter the lowest grade level (07-07) you will accept.


07

11. Miscellaneous Information

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12. Special Knowledge

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13. Test Location

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14. Veteran Preference Claim

15. Dates of Active Duty - Military Service

16. Availability Date

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17. Service Computation Date

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18. Other Date Information

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19. Job Preference

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20. Occupational Specialties

The occupational specialty will be selected for you if there is only one, otherwise, select/enter at least one occupational specialty code for this position. The specialty code for this position is:


001 MAINTENANCE WORKER

21. Geographic Availability

The geographic location code will be selected for you if there is only one, otherwise, select/enter at least one geographic location in which you are intrested and will accept employment. The location code for this position is:


460820041 Eagle Butte, SD

22. Transition Assistance Plan

23. Job Related Experience

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24. Personal Background Information

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25. Occupational/Assessment Questions:

WARNING STATEMENT: Do not overstate or understate your level of experience and demonstrated capability. You should be aware that your ratings are subject to evaluation and verification based on the résumé, and other relevant documents you submit, as well as through verification of references as appropriate. Later steps in the selection process are specifically designed to verify your stated level of experience and demonstrated capability. Deliberate attempts to falsify information may be grounds for not selecting you or for dismissing you from the position following acceptance.

1. Are you submitting Form BIA-4432, Verification of Indian Preference for Employment in the Bureau of Indian Affairs, to claim Indian Preference? Note: You must include and upload your Form BIA-4432. As outlined in the vacancy announcement, this is the ONLY Indian Preference Verification Form that will be accepted.

A. Yes

B. No

2. Are you a veteran and submitting a DD-214, Certificate of Release or Honorable Discharge from Active Duty, to verify Veteran's Preference claimed? Note: You must include and upload your DD-214, if claiming 5 pt. or 10 pt. preference and Standard Form 15 including the required supporting documentation, if claiming 10 pt. preference.

A. Yes.

B. No.

3. Are you submitting your most recent SF-50, Notification of Personnel Action, to verify you are a current status employee or a former employee with Reinstatement eligibility? Note: You must include and upload your latest SF-50 to verify transfer or reinstatement eligibility. To determine if you are eligible, please go to the following website: http://www.usajobs.gov/EI3.asp

A. Yes.

B. No.

4. Incumbent will be required to operate a government-owned or leased motor vehicle in the performance of duties, therefore, a valid driver's license is required. Incumbent must have a safe driving record within the three-year period immediately preceding submittal of GSA Form 3607 and be able to meet the safe driving requirements of the Bureau of Indian Affairs. Do you possess a valid Drivers License?

A. Yes, I certify that I possess a valid State Drivers License.

B. No, I do not possess a valid State Drivers License.

Question 5 is a screen-out element. If you do not meet the screen-out, you will be considered ineligible. Select the appropriate response. You MUST document your experience in your resume or application.

5. I have performed maintenance worker tasks such as grounds and labor maintenance; carpentry and masonary work on interior and exterior of buildings; general plumbing; electrical; painting; welding; and vehicle repair/operation, without more than normal supervision (ability to work independently, make decisions, plan operations, exercise initative, and show job responsibility).

A. YES, I have performed maintenance worker tasks as stated above independently or individually without supervision.

B. NO. I have NOT performed maintenance worker tasks as stated above independently or individually without supervision.

For each task listed below, select the statement that best describes your level of experience, education, and/or training. Select only one letter for each task. ATTENTION: ANY SKILL THAT YOU INDICATE YOU HAVE EXPERIENCE WITH IN THE FOLLOWING OCCUPATIONAL QUESTIONNAIRE MUST BE SPECIFICALLY INCLUDED IN A WORK/EXPERIENCE BLOCK ON YOUR APPLICATION/RESUME. This information will be checked against what you have stated in your resume/application.. This means, for example, that if you rate yourself at the expert level (E), you must must document when you have been called on to do unusally difficult jobs for that skill or task. If you rate yourself at the independent level (D), you must show that you did the task as a regular or recurring part of the job. Your score may be lowered for any skills/tasks which are not documented.

A- I know little or nothing about this task. (0 Points)

B- I have had training in this task. (2 Point)

C- I have performed this task under close supervision. (3 Points)

D- I have performed this task on my own, without more than normal supervision. (4 Points)

E- I am consulted by other workers in difficult situations or I am called on to do unusually difficult jobs because of my experience. (5 Points)

6. Replace or repair exterior/interior siding and roofing.

7. Construct, maintain and repair gates and fences.

8. Install and repair doors and windows.

9. Replace light switches and outlets, fuses and bulbs.

10. Mixes and use concrete or mortar in accordance with specifications.

11. Install plumbing fixtures.

12. Repair water leaks, faucets, valves, lines and tanks.

13. Unclog sinks, toilets, drains and water lines.

14. Prepare surfaces for painting or coating by scraping, wire brushing, masking, spackling, and sanding surfaces.

15. Paint interior and exteriors of offices, buildings, equipment and structures using standard coating methods.

16. Peforms minor welding repairs on machinery and equipment utilizing gas and electric welding.

17. Perform general landscaping and grounds maintenance utilizing weed trimmers, leaf blowers, and riding lawn mowers.

18. Operates equipment such as earth augers, front-end loaders and rear blades, snow removal equipment, plow spreaders, various mowers, sweepers, and front-end forks.

19. Dig ditches needed to install plumbing mains and feeder lines.

20. Assemble, install, modify and repair doors, furniture and cabinetry hardware such as handles, knobs, hinges, locks, keys, slides, shelf carousels, information display panels, etc.

21. Select proper carpentry materials such as common types and sizes of lumber, sheeting, wall board, trim, siding, caulking, windows and roofing.

22. Identify and select various types of pipe, tubing and fitting required for plumbing.

23. Hang drywall on walls, taping, mudding and texturing the seams and screw holes.

24. Measure and bend conduit to fit along walls.

25. Lay cement and construct forms.

26. Mix and spread mortar, set bricks and blocks, and finish mortar joints.

27. Select and use a variety of cleaning agents.

28. Mix and thin painting materials.

29. Reads and interprets instructions, drawings, blueprints, sketches, and work orders.

30. Follow oral instructions.

31. Follow written instructions.

32. Follow codes or standards related to prints or sketches.

33. Perform cleanup on all tools and equipment and ensures that the solvents, paints, chemicals and used material are disposed of properly, using sound environmental practices.

34. Use simple hand tools such as hammers, wrenches, screwdrivers, pliers, saws, shears, rakes and shovels.

35. Use hand and power tools associated with carpentry repairs such as table saws, miter saws, drill presses, routers, air actuated equipment and glass cutters.

36. Use hand and power tools associated with masonry reapairs such as trowels, mixers, cut off saws, shovels and hoes.

37. Use hand and power tools associated with drywall repairs and painting activities such as drills, mixers, rollers, brushes, drywall cutters, and texture sprayers.

38. Use hand and power tools associated with plumbing repairs such as torches, pipe threading machines, benders, augers, snakes and air equipment.

39. Operate and maintain gas and electric welding equipment.

40. Operate a tractor with attachments such as mower, cutter bars, augers, plows, harrows, sprayers, discs, front-end scoops, and backhoes.

41. Follow safety manuals on operation of tools and equipment.

42. Use proper lifting techniques to avoid injury.

43. Operate motor vehicles to pick up, load, secure, and transport supplies.

44. Operate heavy equipment such as a bulldozers, tractors, front end loader, road grader, crawler tractor, angle dozer, backhoes and excavators.

45. Perform minor maintenance and repair of vehicles (checking oi/fluids, changing tires, etc.).

46. Operate vehicles in adverse weather conditions.

VERIFICATION STATEMENT: As previously explained, your ratings in this Occupational Questionnaire are subject to evaluation and verification based on the documents and references you submit. Later steps in the selection process are specifically designed to verify your ratings. Deliberate attempts to falsify information may be grounds for not selecting you or for dismissing you from the position/agency during the probation period. Please take this opportunity to review your ratings to ensure their accuracy. By agreeing to the statement below, you are confirming that you: 1) understand this warning; 2) have reviewed your responses to this questionnaire for accuracy, and; 3) verify that your responses accurately describe your current level of experience and capability.

47. Failure to agree to the statement below will disqualify you from further consideration for the position.

A. Yes, I verify that all of my responses to this questionnaire are true and accurate. I accept that if my supporting documentation and/or later steps in the selection process do not support one or more of my responses to the questionnaire that my application may be rated lower and/or I may be removed from further consideration.

B. No, I do not accept this agreement and/or I no longer wish to be considered for this position.

NOTE: It is the applicant's responsibility to verify that information entered, uploaded, or faxed (i.e., resume, veterans or Indian preference documentation, assessment questions and answers, and SF 50's) is received and is accurate.