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    Default Little Rock C-130 contract.

    So I just got an offer from VSE Corp to work as a C-130 crew chief at Little Rock Arkansas. Offer seems a little too good to be true. Anybody have any insight on the contract or the company?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ssgt_lanced View Post
    So I just got an offer from VSE Corp to work as a C-130 crew chief at Little Rock Arkansas. Offer seems a little too good to be true. Anybody have any insight on the contract or the company?


    Here are the basics minimum benifits:


    WD 99-0316 (Rev.-51) was first posted on www.wdol.gov on 05/08/2018
    Contract Field Teams
    ************************************************** ********************************
    REGISTER OF WAGE DETERMINATIONS UNDER | U.S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR
    THE SERVICE CONTRACT ACT | EMPLOYMENT STANDARDS ADMINISTRATION
    By direction of the Secretary of Labor | WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION
    | WASHINGTON, D.C. 20210
    |
    |
    Daniel W. Simms Division of Wage | Wage Determination No: 1999-0316
    Director Determinations | Revision No: 51
    | Date Of Revision: 05/03/2018
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Note: Under Executive Order (EO) 13658, an hourly minimum wage of $10.35 for
    calendar year 2018 applies to all contracts subject to the Service Contract Act
    for which the contract is awarded (and any solicitation was issued) on or after
    January 1, 2015. If this contract is covered by the EO, the contractor must pay
    all workers in any classification listed on this wage determination at least
    $10.35 per hour (or the applicable wage rate listed on this wage determination,
    if it is higher) for all hours spent performing on the contract in calendar year
    2018. The EO minimum wage rate will be adjusted annually. Additional information
    on contractor requirements and worker protections under the EO is available at
    www.dol.gov/whd/govcontracts
    NATIONWIDE
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    **Fringe Benefits Required Follow the Occupational Listing**

    Employed on U.S. Department of the Air Force contracts for maintenance and
    modification of weapons system aircraft and support systems at government
    installations for Contractor Field Teams and Aviation Field Maintenance Teams.

    OCCUPATION CODE - TITLE FOOTNOTE RATE

    01000 - Administrative Support And Clerical Occupations
    01020 - Administrative Assistant 25.12
    01111 - General Clerk I 13.38
    01112 - General Clerk II 14.60
    01113 - General Clerk III 16.39
    01270 - Production Control Clerk 21.38
    01300 - Scheduler, Maintenance 15.77
    01311 - Secretary I 15.77
    01312 - Secretary II 17.64
    01313 - Secretary III 19.67
    01410 - Supply Technician 25.12

    05000 - Automotive Service Occupations
    05005 - Automobile Body Repairer, Fiberglass 21.72
    05010 - Automotive Electrician 18.45
    05070 - Automotive Worker 18.15
    05110 - Mobile Equipment Servicer 17.81
    05130 - Motor Equipment Metal Mechanic 21.72
    05160 - Motor Equipment Metal Worker 18.15
    05190 - Motor Vehicle Mechanic 21.72
    05220 - Motor Vehicle Mechanic Helper 16.72
    05310 - Painter, Automotive 18.45

    14000 - Information Technology Occupations
    14041 - Computer Operator I 16.11
    14042 - Computer Operator II 18.01
    14043 - Computer Operator III 19.18
    14044 - Computer Operator IV 22.32
    14045 - Computer Operator V 24.73
    14071 - Computer Programmer I (see 1) 25.34
    14072 - Computer Programmer II (see 1)
    14073 - Computer Programmer III (see 1)
    14074 - Computer Programmer IV (see 1)
    14101 - Computer Systems Analyst I (see 1)
    14102 - Computer Systems Analyst II (see 1)
    14103 - Computer Systems Analyst III (see 1)

    19000 - Machine Tool Operation And Repair Occupations
    19010 - Machine-Tool Operator (Tool Room) 20.67
    19040 - Tool And Die Maker 24.55

    21000 - Materials Handling And Packing Occupations
    21020 - Forklift Operator 15.61
    21030 - Material Coordinator 21.38
    21130 - Shipping/Receiving Clerk 14.99
    21150 - Stock Clerk 12.95
    21210 - Tools And Parts Attendant 15.61
    21410 - Warehouse Specialist 15.61

    23000 - Mechanics And Maintenance And Repair Occupations
    23010 - Aerospace Structural Welder 30.39
    23021 - Aircraft Mechanic I 28.93
    23022 - Aircraft Mechanic II 30.39
    23023 - Aircraft Mechanic III 31.89
    23040 - Aircraft Mechanic Helper 19.65
    23050 - Aircraft, Painter 22.55
    23060 - Aircraft Servicer 20.78
    23080 - Aircraft Worker 21.75
    23160 - Electrician, Maintenance 25.81
    23181 - Electronics Technician Maintenance I 21.02
    23182 - Electronics Technician Maintenance II 25.49
    23183 - Electronics Technician Maintenance III 27.04
    23260 - Fabric Worker 20.78
    23380 - Ground Support Equipment Mechanic 28.93
    23381 - Ground Support Equipment Servicer 20.78
    23382 - Ground Support Equipment Worker 21.75
    23391 - Gunsmith I 18.89
    23392 - Gunsmith II 21.26
    23393 - Gunsmith III 23.57
    23430 - Heavy Equipment Mechanic 23.57
    23440 - Heavy Equipment Operator 22.06
    23530 - Machinery Maintenance Mechanic 24.06
    23550 - Machinist, Maintenance 21.38
    23580 - Maintenance Trades Helper 15.87
    23820 - Pneudraulic Systems Mechanic 23.57
    23850 - Rigger 21.97
    23890 - Sheet-Metal Worker, Maintenance 22.57
    23960 - Welder, Combination, Maintenance 23.57
    23980 - Woodworker 19.07

    30000 - Technical Occupations
    30081 - Engineering Technician I 15.71
    30082 - Engineering Technician II 17.64
    30083 - Engineering Technician III 19.73
    30084 - Engineering Technician IV 24.95
    30085 - Engineering Technician V 29.90
    30086 - Engineering Technician VI 37.22
    30461 - Technical Writer I 25.57
    30462 - Technical Writer II 31.29
    30463 - Technical Writer III 37.86
    (not set) - Maintenance Test Pilot, Rotary Wing 41.94
    (not set) - Maintenance Test Pilot, Fixed Wing /Prop 41.94
    (not set) - Maintenance Test Pilot, Fixed Wing/Jet 41.94
    (not set) - Non-Maintenance Test Pilot/Co-Pilot 41.94

    31000 - Transportation/Mobile Equipment Operation Occupations
    31361 - Truckdriver, Light 15.72
    31362 - Truckdriver, Medium 16.50
    31363 - Truckdriver, Heavy 19.87
    31364 - Truckdriver, Tractor-Trailer 19.87

    92000 - Non Standard Occupations
    (not set) - Technical Order Library Clerk 18.46
    (not set) - Non-Destructive Inspection (NDI) Technician I 26.12
    (not set) - Non-Destructive Inspection (NDI) Technician II 28.93
    (not set) - Non-Destructive Inspection (NDI) Technician III 30.25
    (not set) - Aircraft Logs and Records Technician 25.12
    (not set) - Petroleum Supply Specialist 23.85
    (not set) - Aircraft Survival Flight Equipment Technician I 27.55
    (not set) - Aircraft Survival Flight Equipment Technician II 28.93
    (not set) - Media Blaster / Sand Blaster 22.55
    (not set) - Equipment Cleaner 15.79
    (not set) - Technical Order Librarian 27.73
    __________________________________________________ ________________________________
    Note: Executive Order (EO) 13706, Establishing Paid Sick Leave for Federal
    Contractors, applies to all contracts subject to the Service Contract Act for
    which the contract is awarded (and any solicitation was issued) on or after
    January 1, 2017. If this contract is covered by the EO, the contractor must
    provide employees with 1 hour of paid sick leave for every 30 hours they work,
    up to 56 hours of paid sick leave each year. Employees must be permitted to use
    paid sick leave for their own illness, injury or other health-related needs,
    including preventive care; to assist a family member (or person who is like
    family to the employee) who is ill, injured, or has other health-related needs,
    including preventive care; or for reasons resulting from, or to assist a family
    member (or person who is like family to the employee) who is the victim of,
    domestic violence, sexual assault, or stalking. Additional information on
    contractor requirements and worker protections under the EO is available at
    www.dol.gov/whd/govcontracts.
    ALL OCCUPATIONS LISTED ABOVE RECEIVE THE FOLLOWING BENEFITS:

    HEALTH & WELFARE: Life, accident, and health insurance plans, sick leave,
    pension plans, civic and personal leave, severance pay, and savings and thrift
    plans. Minimum employer contributions costing an average of $4.41 per hour
    computed on the basis of all hours worked by service employees employed on the
    contract.

    HEALTH & WELFARE EO 13706: Minimum employer contributions costing an average of
    $4.13 per hour computed on the basis of all hours worked by service employees
    employed on the covered contracts. *

    *This rate is to be used only when compensating employees for performance on an
    SCA-covered contract also covered by EO 13706, Establishing Paid Sick Leave for
    Federal Contractors. A contractor may not receive credit toward its SCA
    obligations for any paid sick leave provided pursuant to EO 13706.

    VACATION: 2 weeks paid vacation after 1 year of service with a contractor or
    successor; 3 weeks after 5 years, and 4 weeks after 10 years. Length of service
    includes the whole span of continuous service with the present contractor or
    successor, wherever employed, and with the predecessor contractors in the
    performance of similar work at the same Federal facility. (Reg. 29 CFR 4.173)

    HOLIDAYS: A minimum of ten paid holidays per year: New Year's Day, Martin Luther
    King Jr.'s Birthday, Washington's Birthday, Memorial Day, Independence Day,
    Labor Day, Columbus Day, Veterans' Day, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day. (A
    contractor may substitute for any of the named holidays another day off with pay
    in accordance with a plan communicated to the employees involved.) (See 29 CFR
    4.174)



    THE OCCUPATIONS WHICH HAVE NUMBERED FOOTNOTES IN PARENTHESES RECEIVE THE
    FOLLOWING:

    1) COMPUTER EMPLOYEES: Under the SCA at section 8(b), this wage determination
    does not apply to any employee who individually qualifies as a bona fide
    executive, administrative, or professional employee as defined in 29 C.F.R. Part
    541. Because most Computer System Analysts and Computer Programmers who are
    compensated at a rate not less than $27.63 (or on a salary or fee basis at a
    rate not less than $455 per week) an hour would likely qualify as exempt
    computer professionals, (29 C.F.R. 541.400) wage rates may not be listed on this
    wage determination for all occupations within those job families. In addition,
    because this wage determination may not list a wage rate for some or all
    occupations within those job families if the survey data indicates that the
    prevailing wage rate for the occupation equals or exceeds $27.63 per hour
    conformances may be necessary for certain nonexempt employees. For example, if
    an individual employee is nonexempt but nevertheless performs duties within the
    scope of one of the Computer Systems Analyst or Computer Programmer occupations
    for which this wage determination does not specify an SCA wage rate, then the
    wage rate for that employee must be conformed in accordance with the conformance
    procedures described in the conformance note included on this wage
    determination.

    Additionally, because job titles vary widely and change quickly in the computer
    industry, job titles are not determinative of the application of the computer
    professional exemption. Therefore, the exemption applies only to computer
    employees who satisfy the compensation requirements and whose primary duty
    consists of:
    (1) The application of systems analysis techniques and procedures, including
    consulting with users, to determine hardware, software or system functional
    specifications;
    (2) The design, development, documentation, analysis, creation, testing or
    modification of computer systems or programs, including prototypes, based on and
    related to user or system design specifications;
    (3) The design, documentation, testing, creation or modification of computer
    programs related to machine operating systems; or
    (4) A combination of the aforementioned duties, the performance of which
    requires the same level of skills. (29 C.F.R. 541.400).


    ** UNIFORM ALLOWANCE **

    If employees are required to wear uniforms in the performance of this contract
    (either by the terms of the Government contract, by the employer, by the state
    or local law, etc.), the cost of furnishing such uniforms and maintaining (by
    laundering or dry cleaning) such uniforms is an expense that may not be borne by
    an employee where such cost reduces the hourly rate below that required by the
    wage determination. The Department of Labor will accept payment in accordance
    with the following standards as compliance:

    The contractor or subcontractor is required to furnish all employees with an
    adequate number of uniforms without cost or to reimburse employees for the
    actual cost of the uniforms. In addition, where uniform cleaning and maintenance
    is made the responsibility of the employee, all contractors and subcontractors
    subject to this wage determination shall (in the absence of a bona fide
    collective bargaining agreement providing for a different amount, or the
    furnishing of contrary affirmative proof as to the actual cost), reimburse all
    employees for such cleaning and maintenance at a rate of $3.35 per week (or $.67
    cents per day). However, in those instances where the uniforms furnished are
    made of "wash and wear" materials, may be routinely washed and dried with other
    personal garments, and do not require any special treatment such as dry
    cleaning, daily washing, or commercial laundering in order to meet the
    cleanliness or appearance standards set by the terms of the Government contract,
    by the contractor, by law, or by the nature of the work, there is no requirement
    that employees be reimbursed for uniform maintenance costs.

    ** SERVICE CONTRACT ACT DIRECTORY OF OCCUPATIONS **

    The duties of employees under job titles listed are those described in the
    "Service Contract Act Directory of Occupations", Fifth Edition (Revision 1),
    dated September 2015, unless otherwise indicated.

    ** REQUEST FOR AUTHORIZATION OF ADDITIONAL CLASSIFICATION AND WAGE RATE,
    Standard Form 1444 (SF-1444) **

    Conformance Process:

    The contracting officer shall require that any class of service employee which
    is not listed herein and which is to be employed under the contract (i.e., the
    work to be performed is not performed by any classification listed in the wage
    determination), be classified by the contractor so as to provide a reasonable
    relationship (i.e., appropriate level of skill comparison) between such unlisted
    classifications and the classifications listed in the wage determination (See 29
    CFR 4.6(b)(2)(i)). Such conforming procedures shall be initiated by the
    contractor prior to the performance of contract work by such unlisted class(es)
    of employees (See 29 CFR 4.6(b)(2)(ii)). The Wage and Hour Division shall make a
    final determination of conformed classification, wage rate, and/or fringe
    benefits which shall be paid to all employees performing in the classification
    from the first day of work on which contract work is performed by them in the
    classification. Failure to pay such unlisted employees the compensation agreed
    upon by the interested parties and/or fully determined by the Wage and Hour
    Division retroactive to the date such class of employees commenced contract work
    shall be a violation of the Act and this contract. (See 29 CFR 4.6(b)(2)(v)).
    When multiple wage determinations are included in a contract, a separate SF-1444
    should be prepared for each wage determination to which a class(es) is to be
    conformed.

    The process for preparing a conformance request is as follows:

    1) When preparing the bid, the contractor identifies the need for a conformed
    occupation(s) and computes a proposed rate(s).

    2) After contract award, the contractor prepares a written report listing in
    order the proposed classification title(s), a Federal grade equivalency (FGE)
    for each proposed classification(s), job description(s), and rationale for
    proposed wage rate(s), including information regarding the agreement or
    disagreement of the authorized representative of the employees involved, or
    where there is no authorized representative, the employees themselves. This
    report should be submitted to the contracting officer no later than 30 days
    after such unlisted class(es) of employees performs any contract work.

    3) The contracting officer reviews the proposed action and promptly submits a
    report of the action, together with the agency's recommendations and pertinent
    information including the position of the contractor and the employees, to the
    U.S. Department of Labor, Wage and Hour Division, for review (See 29 CFR
    4.6(b)(2)(ii)).

    4) Within 30 days of receipt, the Wage and Hour Division approves, modifies, or
    disapproves the action via transmittal to the agency contracting officer, or
    notifies the contracting officer that additional time will be required to
    process the request.

    5) The contracting officer transmits the Wage and Hour Division's decision to
    the contractor.

    6) Each affected employee shall be furnished by the contractor with a written
    copy of such determination or it shall be posted as a part of the wage
    determination (See 29 CFR 4.6(b)(2)(iii)).

    Information required by the Regulations must be submitted on SF-1444 or bond
    paper.

    When preparing a conformance request, the "Service Contract Act Directory of
    Occupations" should be used to compare job definitions to ensure that duties
    requested are not performed by a classification already listed in the wage
    determination. Remember, it is not the job title, but the required tasks that
    determine whether a class is included in an established wage determination.
    Conformances may not be used to artificially split, combine, or subdivide
    classifications listed in the wage determination (See 29 CFR 4.152(c)(1)).

    ** OCCUPATIONS NOT INCLUDED IN THE SCA DIRECTORY OF OCCUPATIONS **
    Aircraft Logs and Records Technician
    Maintains aircraft and engine logbooks and associated records. Proficient
    performing all operator, data entry and retrieval functions associated with
    aircraft recordkeeping. Performs networking functions between individual
    stations, including analysis and correction of errors caused by software,
    hardware or data entry. Transmits and receives data via floppy disk, modem and
    other electronic means. Extracts data, formulates and interprets management
    reports, creates archives, backups, and data saves in support of military
    deployments and detachment operations. Performs a wide range of clerical and
    administrative duties related to aircraft maintenance, such as preparing reports
    and correspondence, filing and typing, performing data base and systems
    analysis.GS-301-07

    Aircraft Survival Flight Equipment Technician I
    This occupation includes jobs involved in disassembling, repairing, testing,
    troubleshooting, examining, fitting, modifying, maintaining, installing, and
    determining serviceability of aircraft survival and flight equipment such as
    helmets, torso harness assemblies, preservers, parachutes, life rafts, chemical
    and biological protective devices, survival kits, oxygen masks, and
    anti-G-suits. The work includes operational and circuit checks of emergency
    signaling and communication devices such as survival radios and beacons. The
    work requires knowledge of mechanical and electrical repair and maintenance
    procedures, pyrotechnic and explosive devices, and aircraft egress systems. In
    addition, the work requires familiarity with aircraft assigned to the unit,
    detailed knowledge of the operation and characteristics of aircraft survival and
    flight equipment, and the ability to demonstrate and explain proper usage and
    operation of the equipment. WG4818-09

    Aircraft Survival Flight Equipment Technician II
    This occupation includes jobs involved in disassembling, repairing, testing,
    troubleshooting, examining, fitting, modifying, maintaining, installing, and
    determining serviceability of aircraft survival and flight equipment such as
    helmets, torso harness assemblies, preservers, parachutes, life rafts, chemical
    and biological protective devices, survival kits, oxygen masks, and
    anti-G-suits. The work includes operational and circuit checks of emergency
    signaling and communication devices such as survival radios and beacons. The
    work requires knowledge of mechanical and electrical repair and maintenance
    procedures, pyrotechnic and explosive devices, and aircraft egress systems. In
    addition, the work requires familiarity with aircraft assigned to the unit,
    detailed knowledge of the operation and characteristics of aircraft survival and
    flight equipment, and the ability to demonstrate and explain proper usage and
    operation of the equipment. WG-4818-10

    Equipment Cleaner
    Clean metal and nonmetal surfaces through use of hand and pressure washing
    equipment. Must have knowledge of angles and distance settings of washing
    nozzles for objects having unusual shapes. Adjust varied amounts and mixtures of
    cleaning compounds for stubborn contaminanants and heavy corrosions. May perform
    timed traverse or repeat adjustments or turntable movements ( forward,swivel,
    and reverse) or optimum positioning of moderate/large metal or nonmetal
    assemblies to determine the most extensive and/or precise nozzle openings.
    determines the sweeping direction of spray over difficult internal or external
    surfaceswithout damage to equipmet/facilities and without injury to coworkers.
    Must comply with all safety requirements. possesses knowledge of cleaning
    characteristics of brass corrosion resitant steel, aluminum, steel and other
    materials. Must have the ability to properly prepare cleaning
    bays,chambers,portable units and booths. Must be able to interpret oral written
    instructions. Work involves standing, stooping, bending, kneeling, reaching,
    climbing, crawling, and crouching in strained and awkward positions. lifts
    carries, and sets up equipment and components that weigh up tp 75 pounds.

    Maintenance Test Pilot, Fixed Wing /Prop
    Pilot conducts aircraft post maintenance functional flight checks to determine
    airworthiness of maintenance performed by conducting specified maintenance check
    maneuvers and procedures specified in the Maintenance Test Flight Checklist;
    reviews forms and records to ascertain factors, such as flight readiness, weight
    & balance, and fuel supply; files flight plans verifying weather conditions,
    flight route, and schedule; receives and orders changes in fuel supply, load,
    route, or schedule to insure safety of flight; reads gauges to verify that oil,
    hydraulic fluid, and fuel quantities are at prescribed levels prior to starting
    engines; starts engines and performs maintenance operational checks on aircraft
    systems to verify operational readiness; contacts control tower by radio to
    obtain takeoff clearance and instructions; pilots aircraft adhering to flight
    plan, regulations and procedures of the Federal Government, company, and
    supported customer; logs information, such as flight time, landings, and fuel
    consumed; Pilot shall either have a current FAA class II medical
    certificate.GS-2181-12

    Maintenance Test Pilot, Fixed Wing/Jet
    Pilot conducts aircraft post maintenance functional flight checks to determine
    airworthiness of maintenance performed by conducting specified maintenance check
    maneuvers and procedures specified in the Maintenance Test Flight Checklist;
    reviews forms and records to ascertain factors, such as flight readiness, weight
    & balance, and fuel supply; files flight plans verifying weather conditions,
    flight route, and schedule; receives and orders changes in fuel supply, load,
    route, or schedule to insure safety of flight; reads gauges to verify that oil,
    hydraulic fluid, and fuel quantities are at prescribed levels prior to starting
    engines; starts engines and performs maintenance operational checks on aircraft
    systems to verify operational readiness; contacts control tower by radio to
    obtain takeoff clearance and instructions; pilots aircraft adhering to flight
    plan, regulations and procedures of the Federal Government, company, and
    supported customer; logs information, such as flight time, landings, and fuel
    consumed; Pilot shall either have a current FAA class II medical certificate.
    GS-2181-12

    Maintenance Test Pilot, Rotary Wing
    Maintenance test pilots shall be proficient in flying operations of the rotary
    wing helicopters they are assigned. Maintenance test pilots shall possess a
    current, valid Agency or FAA Second Class Medical Certificate. Annual renewals
    of Medical Certificates shall be the responsibility of the individual.
    Maintenance test pilots shall possess an instrument rating on their FAA
    Commercial Certificates. Test Pilots shall demonstrate instrument task
    proficiency on the annual flight evaluation conducted by flight detachment
    Evaluators. Maintenance test pilots shall undergo and successfully complete
    initially and annually thereafter during their birth months, an Agency or FAA
    second class flight physical. Maintenance test pilots shall not perform flight
    duties when ill, after receiving medical treatment that may impair physical
    abilities required for flight or after receiving drugs from a civilian physician
    until properly cleared by an Agency Flight Surgeon or equivalent. Maintenance
    test pilots shall undergo an annual flight evaluation. These evaluations will be
    conducted by both an Instructor Pilot (IP) and Maintenance Test Flight Evaluator
    (MTFE), qualified in Mission, Type, and Design Series (MDS) and will ensure that
    all Aircrew Training Manual (ATM) tasks required for assigned flight duties are
    accomplished, i.e., non-tactical base tasks and maintenance test pilot (MTP)
    tasks are evaluated I/A/W the appropriate ATM. GS-2181-12

    Media Blaster / Sand Blaster
    Shall clean metal and nonmetal surfaces through use of sandblasting equipment.
    Must have knowledge of angles and distance settings of blasting nozzles for
    objects having unusual shapes. Adjust varied amounts of mixtures of abrasive
    compounds for stubborn contaminants and heavy corrosion. May perform timed
    traverse or repeat adjustments of turntable movements (forward, swivel and
    reverse) or optimum positioning of moderate/large metal or nonmetal assemblies
    to determine the most extensive and/or precise nozzle openings. Determines the
    sweeping direction of blast over difficult internal or external surfaces without
    damage to equipment/facilities and without injury to coworkers. Must comply with
    all safety requirements. Possesses knowledge of cleaning characteristics of
    brass corrosion resistant steel, aluminum, steel and other metals. Must have the
    ability to properly prepare blasting bays chambers, portable units and booths.
    Must be able to interpret oral and written instructions. Work involves standing,
    stooping, bending, kneeling, reaching, climbing, crawling, and crouching in
    strained and awkward positions. Lifts,carries, and sets up equipment and
    components that weight up to 75 pounds. Use of a respirator and/or air fed hood
    is required.

    Non-Destructive Inspection (NDI) Technician I
    Inspects aerospace weapon systems components and support equipment for
    structural integrity using nondestructive inspection methods and performs fluid
    analysis. Related DoD Occupational Subgroup: 760. Completed initial Non
    Destructive Inspection Training Course and maintains basic qualification.-
    WG-3705 -08

    Non-Destructive Inspection (NDI) Technician II
    Inspects aerospace weapon systems components and support equipment for
    structural integrity using nondestructive inspection methods and performs fluid
    analysis. Related DoD Occupational Subgroup: 760. Duties and Responsibilities:
    Determines test method, and prepares fluids and parts for nondestructive
    inspection. Interprets nondestructive inspection test results, and provides
    information about defects to repair center. Analyzes wear metal content on
    engine lubricating oil and other fluids, and recommends corrective action.
    Establishes radiation areas for radiographic operations. Computes and monitors
    personal exposure areas for radiographic operations, and monitors personnel
    exposure data. Performs nondestructive inspection on structures, components, and
    systems. Detects flaws such as cracks, delaminations, voids, processing defects,
    and heat damage using penetrant, eddy current, magnetic particle, radiographic,
    optical, and ultrasonic test equipment. Determines metallurgical information of
    components according to alloy, temper, conductivity, and associated factors.
    Operates, maintains, and inspects nondestructive equipment. Performs operator
    maintenance and service inspections on shop equipment and tools. Ensures lock
    out and tag out procedures are accomplished prior to maintenance on equipment.
    Performs silver recovery functions. Handles and disposes of hazardous waste and
    materials. WG3705-10

    Non-Destructive Inspection (NDI) Technician III
    Specialty Summary: Inspects aerospace weapon systems components and support
    equipment for structural integrity using nondestructive inspection methods and
    performs fluid analysis. Related DoD Occupational Subgroup: 760. Duties and
    Responsibilities: Determines test method, and prepares fluids and parts for
    nondestructive inspection. Interprets nondestructive inspection test results,
    and provides information about defects to repair center. Analyzes wear metal
    content on engine lubricating oil and other fluids, and recommends corrective
    action. Establishes radiation areas for radiographic operations. Computes and
    monitors personal exposure areas for radiographic operations, and monitors
    personnel exposure data. Performs nondestructive inspection on structures,
    components, and systems. Detects flaws such as cracks, delaminations, voids,
    processing defects, and heat damage using penetrant, eddy current, magnetic
    particle, radiographic, optical, and ultrasonic test equipment. Determines
    metallurgical information of components according to alloy, temper,
    conductivity, and associated factors. Operates, maintains, and inspects
    nondestructive equipment. Performs operator maintenance and service inspections
    on shop equipment and tools. Ensures lock out and tag out procedures are
    accomplished prior to maintenance on equipment. Performs silver recovery
    functions. Handles and disposes of hazardous waste and materials. Completed
    initial Non Destructive Inspection Training Course and maintains basic
    qualification. - WG-3705-11

    Non-Maintenance Test Pilot/Co-Pilot
    Pilot (non-MTP) shall be qualified and current in the aircraft they are
    assigned. Pilots shall possess a current, valid Agency or FAA Second Class
    Medical Certificate. Annual renewals of Medical Certificates shall be the
    responsibility of the individual. Pilots shall possess an instrument rating on
    their FAA Commercial Certificates. Pilots shall undergo and successfully
    complete initially and annually thereafter during their birth months, an Agency
    or FAA second class flight physical. Pilots shall undergo an annual flight
    evaluation conducted IAW the appropriate Aircrew Training Manual (ATM). This
    evaluation will be conducted by a Government Instructor Pilot (IP), qualified in
    Mission, Type, and Design Series (MDS) and will ensure that all ATM tasks
    required for assigned flight duties are accomplished, i.e., non-tactical base
    tasks are evaluated I/A/W the appropriate ATM. GS-2181-12

    Petroleum Supply Specialist
    Petroleum Supply Specialist is proficient in receiving, storing, accounting and
    caring for, dispensing, issuing, and shipping bulk or packaged petroleum, oils,
    and lubricants products. Completion of Military Occupational Specialty 92F
    course conducted under the auspices of the US Army Quartermaster Center and
    School or other Service/civilian equivalent training is required. Must be HAZ 11
    certified and Accord Dangereux Routier (ADR) qualified. GS-2001-09

    Technical Order Librarian
    Maintains the activity?s Central Technical Publications Library (CTPL) in a
    complete and current status per current regulations. Requisition, receive,
    screen, review, route, distribute as necessary and file all incoming technical
    manuals media. Monitors dispersed libraries and necessary control functions to
    distribute data. Complies with processes established for classified technical
    media receipt, stowage, distribution, inventory, and disposition in accordance
    with current regulations. Establish and maintain a program to audit the CTPL
    annually, dispersed libraries quarterly, and detachment libraries on return, in
    accordance with current regulations. Develop an effective check list/audit form
    to identify discrepancies during audits and correction action noted. GS-1411-09

    Technical Order Library Clerk
    Maintains the activity?s Central Technical Publications Library (CTPL) in a
    complete and current status per current regulations. Requisition, receive,
    screen, review, route, distribute as necessary and file all incoming technical
    manuals media. Monitors dispersed libraries and necessary control functions to
    distribute data. Complies with processes established for classified technical
    media receipt, stowage, distribution, inventory, and disposition in accordance
    with current regulations. GS-301-05
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    I was going to say. On military contracts like this. The companies have to pay the equivalent going wage for Federal Employees who work the area. They also will pay additional money if you if have your medical insurance. Say through a spouse or retired military.

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    You will do well. Good Luck and enjoy your new job!