Full Job Description
Job Title: Weapons Specialist, Army Special Operations Forces Training Support (ARSOF)
Job Description: Operating in both a garrison and field environment, the Weapons Specialist executes issue, turn-in, maintenance, and accountability of weapons and ammunition in support of a variety of SOF assessment and selection exercises involving varying degrees of scope, complexity and frequency.
Work Locations: Fort Bragg Range 37
Major Responsibilities: Supported by an ACLC Program Management Office (PMO) and working directly for the Training Management Officer Supervisor, perform the following major duties:
Provide weapons repair and maintenance IAW OEM specifications for standard and non-standard weapons/ammunition
Maintain proficiency in the operation and maintenance of all equipment, tools and accessories necessary to support a wide range of small arms to include automatic, semi-automatic & single fire pistols, rifles and shotguns.
Perform detailed assembly and disassembly of foreign and domestic small arms weapons.
Perform other support type functions such as ammo inventory and residue turn-in, publication and catalogue, tool and capital equipment maintenance, calibration control weapons cleaning, and organizational level weapons maintenance
At all times, ensure that weapons and sensitive items are secured IAW DoD and Range 37 policy
Issue, receive, and maintain accountability and serviceability of equipment and props for training support
Comply with all Federal, State, Local, and safety regulations; ensure that all assigned personnel understand applicable weapons safety policies and directives
Former 18B Special Forces Weapons Sergeant, 91F (formerly 45B) Small Arms Repairer, equitable Military Occupational Specialty (MOS), or equitable civilian certification such as Advanced Gunsmith certification who are subject matter experts on all aspects for small arms maintenance and repair
U.S. citizen without adverse background information. No current or pending legal action that will hinder their ability to perform their duties.
A personnel security clearance of SECRET or higher
Able to perform in an austere field environment during all weather conditions, day and night, during field duties
Personnel may be required to communicate by FM, HF, and/ or Motorola type radio IAW Army communications procedures and medical evacuation procedures. They also may be required to send, receive, and record FM and HF communications traffic
While assigned transportation tasks and responsibilities, personnel shall possess a valid driver’s license, personal automobile insurance as required under North Carolina law, to include occupying or driving Army Motor Vehicles such as a GSA 15- passenger van, 1/2 and 3/4 ton two-wheel and four-wheel drive trucks, as well as cargo vans and their civilian equivalents on and off-road under all weather conditions
Able to navigate on roads and cross-country using military or civilian maps, road signs, landmarks and/ or directions provided by the Cadre or members of the Chain of Command.
Are of good health and cleared by a medical physician (physical examination) to participate in this exercise.
AA or BS degree
Prior ARSOF contract experience
Employment Conditions: Salaried, Exempt - with an excellent benefit package
Note: hire is contingent upon contract award