Diesel Mechanic



The Diesel Mechanics are in direct support to EODESU and EODTEU One and report to the PM. They are responsible for the upkeep and maintenance of tactical vehicles and associated tools and equipment at the assigned shop. This posting is for positions at EODESU Coronado, CA.
  • Diagnose and troubleshoot equipment failures; repair and maintain diesel and gasoline engines and military CESE equipment (MRAP, JERRV, HMMWV, 15 Ton truck, common commercial vehicles).
  • Adjust and repair ignition, fuel, electrical, hydraulic and steering systems.
  • Maintain and repair chassis, frames and bodies.
  • Operate hoisting and jacking equipment, power tools, measuring instruments, gauges and meters; lubricating equipment; maintaining and repairing tires, batteries, brakes and valves.
  • Perform shop management functions such as maintenance scheduling and spare parts inventory control.
  • Operate Government Vehicles for the purpose of diagnosis and testing of equipment faults and completed repairs.
  • Perform preventative and corrective maintenance assigned in accordance with Navy PMS standards.
  • Minimum 4 years’ experience as a certified Diesel Mechanic and certified Small Engine Mechanic.
  • Capable of Operating test equipment, electrical hand tools, basic hand tools.
  • Experienced and knowledgeable using/managing the Navy PMS system.
Other Required Qualification:
  • Must possess a valid driver’s license and be able to apply for and maintain a government driver’s license for all tactical/government vehicles assigned.
Other Desired Qualifications:
  • Prior Navy or Marine Corps engine mechanic rating/MOS.
  • Prior Navy or Marine Corps work center supervisor for engineering division.
Clearance: Eligible to obtain an Unclassified Sensitive Information

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