Have you received any Voluntary Separation Incentive Payment (VSIP) from the Federal Government within the last 5 years?
If currently active duty in the U.S. Military, provide anticipated date of separation/retirement or start of terminal leave (mm/dd/yyyy):
If retired from the military provide your rank and the date of retirement:
If retired because of a service connected disability, transferred to the permanent disability retirement list, or currently receiving compensation for a service connected disability, indicate the percentage of the disability:
Date of your last VA Letter or other Armed Forces Disability Letter (mm/dd/yyyy):
Please accurately identify your level of experience and demonstrated capability when completing this questionnaire as your responses, resume and supporting documents will be reviewed for accuracy. You will be asked at the end of this questionnaire to certify your entire application as true and accurate.
The following section is used to determine your eligibility for appointment and referral consideration. Please indicate those eligibilities for which you are eligible and would like to be considered. You will only be considered under eligibilities that you select and provide requested supporting information either below or within your resume. If you do not meet at least one of the eligibilities below, you are not eligible to be considered for this position. For additional information, definitions and supporting documentation requirements see the list of appointing eligibilities listed at http://www.public.navy.mil/donhr/Employment/CivJobOpps/Documents/ApplicantChecklist_Merit.pdf. Please note that documentation (e.g., SF-50’s or DD-214s) will be requested if you are selected to verify your eligibility.
1. Current Department of the Navy Civilian Employee within UIC 00124 - I am currently employed as a permanent career or career-conditional (Tenure 1 or 2 in box 24 of SF-50) employee in the competitive service (will show a 1 in box 34 of SF-50); within at the Naval War College, UIC 00124. Note: Your resume must include your position title, pay plan, series, grade level, agency worked for and dates of employment for all applicable federal work experiences.A. Yes
2. PPP Military Spouse - I am registered in the DoD Priority Placement Program (PPP) Military Spouse Preference Program (Program S) for the series, grade and location covered by this announcement.A. Yes
Please take this opportunity to review your ratings to ensure their accuracy. By agreeing to the statement below, you are confirming that you:
o understand this statement
o have reviewed your responses to this questionnaire for accuracy, and
o verify that your responses accurately describe your current level of experience and capability
1. Failure to agree to the statement below will disqualify you from further consideration for the position.
2. Select the one statement that best describes your highest level of experience as it relates to your ability to perform the duties of the Electrician, WG-2805-10, position.A. I have read and worked from electrical or electromechanical blueprints, manufacturers manuals, and schematics to test, install and repair electrical equipment (i.e., motors and controls) in shops or industrial/commercial areas. I have used this information to plan and lay out work and determine work sequence. I have troubleshot problems in circuit diagrams used to install and replace generators, motors and motor controllers, transformers, switchboxes, circuit breakers, etc., on single phase or multiphase circuits in commercial (non-residential) buildings. I have skill in using a variety of hand tools and portable power tools, such as screw drivers, pliers, wire cutters, strippers, drills, soldering irons, and manual or power conduit benders and threaders, and some test equipment (i.e., multimeters, meggers, test lamps, and ammeters).
For each of the items below, select the one statement that most accurately describes your training and experience using the scale provided.
3. Install outlets, relays, switches, or fixtures in existing electrical systems
4. Install and/or repair wiring systems in office buildings.
5. Repair fixtures such motor controllers by replacing contacts
6. Install electrical equipment operated on low voltages
7. Install and/or repair electrical equipment (e.g., adjustable voltage drives, automatic or remote control switchgear, voltage regulators) to ensure proper and safe operation
8. Repair low voltage (e.g., 110/220/440 volt, 120/240/480 volt) electrical equipment on alternating currents.
9. Apply knowledge of electrical principles (e.g., alternating current [AC], direct current [DC] theory to safely perform electrical work).
10. Install new electrical lines, circuits, or associated fixtures in a building's electrical system.
11. Repair existing electrical lines, circuits, or systems in control equipment.
12. Setup electrical systems equipment by arranging the wiring, conduits, couplings, fittings, relays, boxes, and/or circuit breakers to insure proper and safe operation.
13. Plan and lay out the routing, placement, and arrangement of circuits, controls and equipment for industrial, or similarly complex, systems.
14. Follow common circuit diagrams used in installing or replacing generators, motors, or transformers in single phase circuits and distribution panels.
15. Work from building plans and/or blueprints to determine placement of electrical circuits or equipment
16. Remove or relocate electronic components and wiring to facilitate the installation of electronic equipment.
17. Review wiring diagrams or engineering drawings to plan electrical routing and placement.
18. Interpret the National Electrical Code to electrical installation or repair work.
19. Use pliers, screw drivers, and/or files to install, maintain, or repair wiring.
20. Use wire strippers and/or wire cutters for wiring installations.
21. Use voltage readers in the repair of electrical wiring.
22. Create a custom part to repair faulty wiring systems using tools (e.g., soldering irons, torches, and/or rigid conduit tools [bending, hickey, or pipe vise]).
23. Recognize defects in electrical systems (e.g., overheating motors or transformers, broken wires, and blown fuses).
24. Trace problems (e.g., grounded or short circuited wiring, defective relays, ballasts, or transformers) on motors or equipment to correct issues.
25. Troubleshoot problems (e.g., loose or worn wiring, blown fuses, defective safety switches or circuit breakers) to repair power distribution panels
26. Use knowledge of electrical systems and components to determine where serious damage or injury would result from improper use