Senior Mechanic Duty Descriptions

Senior Mechanic
Serves as a Senior Wheeled Vehicle Mechanic in a combat support Military Police Company in support of USARPAC; provides technical guidance to subordinates performing field and sustainment maintenance on 100 pieces of wheeled, material handling and ground support equipment; establishes priorities and work schedules; supervises work flow and monitors repair procedures; determines serviceability and disposition of defective assemblies and subassemblies; directly responsible for the health and welfare of five Soldiers; responsible for the accountability and serviceability of MTOE property valued in excess of $XXX,XXX.


63B Senior Mechanic
Serves as a Senior Mechanic in a Medium Transportation (POL), responsible for the health, welfare, training, discipline and morale of three NCOs and 16 Soldiers; provides supervision and technical guidance to subordinates; organizes and performs maintenance on 35 M1088 systems, 6 M1114 HMMWVs; responsible for the accountability and serviceability of one M984A1 HEMMT Wrecker and two Recovery Crews; provides technical expertise for direct support level job repairs.


Maintenance Supervisor/Senior Mechanic
Serves as the Mechanical Maintenance Supervisor responsible for managing a multi-functional Combat Support and Sustainment Battalion; supervises development and preparation of operations information and related data to ensure proper logistical support and technical assistance; contributes to staff development and data systems; provides mission guidance to one subordinate NCO; perform duties as senior Mechanic for 4,215 Soldiers assisting in planning, training, deployment, and redeployment operations at the Battalion level; responsible for the training, health, welfare, and discipline for one Soldiers and one NCO.


Maintenance Supervisor/Senior Mechanic
Serves as the Senior Maintenance Supervisor for a PATRIOT battalion that provides counter air and missile defense while protecting critical operational assets in support of the PACOM Commander; manages the required training for 90 maintainers, services of over 380 pieces of rolling stock, and ground equipment worth over $20,000,000; coordinates the maintenance workload and quality control of jobs within supporting organizations; directs the flow of repair parts; maintains continuous communication with the six field maintenance teams (FMT) that support the battalion to ensure proper logistical support and technical assistance.



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