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Enter Elevator Mechanic
Enter the lowest grade level (11-11) you will accept.
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Select the Occupational Specialty Code that identifies how you would like to receive consideration for this position. The specialty code for this position is 001 Competitive (All U.S. Citizens).
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Thank you for your interest in an Elevator Mechanic position with the Department of Justice.
We will evaluate your resume and your responses to this Assessment Questionnaire to determine if you are among the best qualified for this position. Your responses are subject to verification. Please review your responses for accuracy before you submit this questionnaire.
1. Select the one statement that best describes the experience you possess that demonstrates your ability to perform Elevator Mechanic work to ensure the physical and operating characteristics are within acceptable standards, specifications, or contractual requirements (screen-out element).A. I am considered and expert and am able to give technical direction to workers at the next lower level. Have the ability to determine proper operations when difficult and questionable phases of malfunction are found. Typical experience includes, replacing and adjusting all defective parts as required by dismantling, repairing, and then reassembling. Adjusting power generators, motors, control components; doors control assemblies and associated hardware; sheaves, bearings, conductors, power relays and all other equipment in hatchway and control rooms.
2. Applicants must undergo a medical suitability exam and be medically suitable to perform essential functions of the position efficiently and without hazard to themselves and others. Are you willing to undergo a thorough medical suitability examination?A. Yes, I am willing to undergo a thorough medical suitability examination.
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.
3. Modify all types of elevator circuits to improve operations or correct circuit design error.
4. Replace faulty circuits and electronic components with original replacement parts or recommended substitutes.
5. Re-set out-of-phase clearances, settings, voltage pull-in and drop-out rates.
6. Apply various tests to diagnose power and timing troubles in high speed elevator systems.
7. Align and balance the power amplitude in multi-voltage elevator systems as required.
8. Simulate elevator runs (i.e. start -to running speed and slow down-to stop) to tune up all reworked control and drive systems.
9. Serve as technical expert based on knowledge of materials for lower level employees.
10. Select proper materials for use in testing, adjusting, repairing, aligning and balancing components.
11. Substitute materials as needed to complete assignments.
12. Determine proper operations when difficult and questionable phases of malfunction are found.
13. Make adjustments on equipment to operating tolerances.
14. Perform diversified work with tools and equipment, to include maintaining close dimensions and avoiding damage to work.
15. Respond to frequent design changes and other directives concerning elevator mechanic repair procedures.
16. Use judgment and experience to work out details from specifications that are incomplete and general.
17. Interpret instruction concerning operations performed by a group of workers, so as to explain to or direct them.
18. Adjust elevator control and drive systems using test meters and trade tools.
19. Set car operations within predetermined limits to meet a variety of traffic situations.
20. Test instruments such as oscilloscope, signal generator, recording meter, event recorder, or thermograph.