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1. From the descriptions below, select the one response that best describes how your background meets the basic experience requirement for a Maintenance Mechanic Supervisor, WS-4749-10 position. Read all responses before making your selection. MARK ONLY ONE RESPONSE. If you select more than one response, or leave this question blank you will be rated ineligible. If you do not meet the minimum requirement, you will be considered not qualified and will not receive consideration for this position.
NOTE: YOUR RESUME OR APPLICATION MATERIALS YOU SUBMIT FOR THIS ANNOUNCEMENT MUST SUPPORT THE ANSWERS YOU CLAIM UNDER THIS AND OTHER QUESTIONS. IF NOT, YOU WILL BE FOUND NOT QUALIFIED OR YOUR SCORE WILL BE LOWERED.
For each task numbered below, select the statement from A through E that best describes your level of experience, education, and/or training. You must document your experience in your resume. 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.A- I have no experience or training regarding this task
2. Supervise journeyman level employees performing complex buildings, utilities, and quarters operations on a variety of assets spread out over a large geographic area.
3. Perform diversity recruitment activities.
4. Identify development and training needs of employees to provide career development opportunities and meet the needs and organizational goals.
5. Investigate and report claims of work related injuries in accordance with Worker's Compensation regulations through the Safety Management Information System (SMIS) or equivalent system.
6. Conduct employee performance evaluations.
7. Identify and take disciplinary actions to ensure fair treatment of employees.
8. Participate in the hiring process by interviewing and making selections.
9. Instruct others on proper techniques and practices in building, utilities and quarters maintenance to ensure desired results.
10. Initiate efforts to ensure on-the-job safety and health of all employees supervised.
11. Interpret federal, state, and local life health safety codes, building codes and OSHA.
12. Read and understand technical or other complex materials required for the job, including blueprints.
13. Use technical drawings, specifications, or samples to produce objects, materials, or other products and provide feedback.
14. Complete work projects based on brief oral or written instructions.
15. Explain or justify decisions, conclusions, findings, or recommendations.
16. Observe and apply safety regulations to work being done.
17. Communicate clearly and effectively with supervisors, coworkers, and subordinates.
18. Operate precision electronic instruments or equipment (i.e. multimeters and oscilloscopes).
19. Prepare surfaces for painting.
20. Apply coats of primer, paint, stain, varnish, or other protective materials.
21. Make minor repairs and adjustments to equipment.
22. Document repairs made and work completed.
23. Determine equipment, personnel and supply needs on a project basis.
24. Install, repair, terminate, splice, or replace wire cables.
25. Install, maintain, troubleshoot, or repair plumbing equipment or systems (for example, faucets, sinks, toilets).
26. Inspect, evaluate, maintain, troubleshoot, or repair HVAC (heating, ventilation, air conditioning) equipment or systems.
27. Operate and maintain water and waste water treatment plant equipment or systems.
28. Oversee or arrange for the maintenance or repair of equipment, facilities, or property, including grounds.
29. Utilize site inspections of park assets to determine maintenance requirements.
30. Assign work to be accomplished by subordinates, and set and adjust priorities.
31. Develop annual work plans for a building, utilities, and quarters operation based on allocated funds.
32. Plan, coordinate, implement, and oversee cyclic and repair/rehab programs for a building, utilities, and quarters operation.
33. Make recommendations for operations, methods, work techniques and standards to improve operations.
34. Provide cost estimates for proposals and projects.
35. Coordinate work with other divisions and outside groups.
36. Prepare requisitions and other purchasing documents.
37. Prepare budget recommendations for a building, utilities, and quarters operation.
38. Track and reconcile expenditures.
39. Serve as a Contracting Officer's Representative (COR).
40. Work with facility management computer programs to track work and assess conditions of assets, such as Facility Management Software System (FMSS).