Chemical, Skilled Tradesman and Engineer Operations

US Army KC Virtual Recruiting Station - Topeka, KS

Full-time | Part-time

This job posting is for Enlistment or Commission into the Active or Reserve component of the United States Army. There are several jobs needed to be filled in this career field. Below are a few of those jobs. Training is provided for all jobs and all benefits start the day you leave for training. There is an AGE CUTOFF OF 17-35.

The Jobsare as follows:

  • Carpentry and Masonry Specialist

Training length and location: 10 weeks basic training; 7 weeks 3 days job training

Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri

Duties are: Employ basic carpentry and masonry skills. Assists in building layout, framing, sheathing, fabrication and roofing structures. Assist in erection of rough timber structures. Reads and interprets drawings, plans and specifications. Repairs and renovates all types of structures and erects prefabricated buildings. Constructs concrete form work for slabs, walls, and columns. Assists in performance of combat engineer missions, Reserve Components (RC) assists in sawmill set up and operation.

  • Plumber

Training Length/Location: 10 weeks basic training 5 weeks 1day job training

Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas

Duties are: Assist in installation and repair of pipe systems, plumbing fixtures, and equipment. Reads and interprets drawings, plans, and specifications. Connect pipe sections using appropriate valves, couplings, reducers and other fittings by threading, bolting, soldering, and other established joining procedures. Assist in performance of combat engineer missions.

  • Interior Electrician

Training length and location: 10 weeks basic training; 5 weeks 3days job training

Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri

Duties are: Installs and maintains interior electrical systems up to 600 volts. Reads and interprets drawings, plans, and specifications. Installs service panels, switches and electrical boxes. Install metallic and nonmetallic sheathed cable, conduit and special electrical equipment. Installs service drop. Uses test equipment to test operational condition of circuits. Assist in performance of combat engineer missions.

  • Concrete and Asphalt Equipment Operator

Training length and location: 10 weeks basic training; 4 weeks 3 days job training

Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri

Duties are: Produces concrete with concrete mobile mixer. Assist in the erection and operation of asphalt producing plant. Operates asphalt distributor, aggregate spreader and asphalt kettle. Assist in operation of asphalt paving and surfacing equipment. Assist in performance of combat engineer missions.

  • Horizontal Construction Engineer

Training length and location: 10 weeks basic training; 9 weeks job training

Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri

Duties are: Construction Equipment Operators are responsible for operating crawler and wheeled tractors with dozer attachments, scoop loader, backhoe loaders, hydraulic excavators, motorized grader and towed or self-propelled scraper.

  • Bridge Crew Member

Training Length/Location: 10 weeks basic training 6 weeks job training

Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri

Duties are: Operate bridge truck and light vehicles. Operate, launches, retrieves and performs duties as a deck hand on the bridge erection boat. Assists in the preparations of a bridge site, handles shore lines, assists in rafting and bridging operations. Assist in the installation of the overhead anchorage system. Installs kedge anchorage systems. Launches and retrieves ribbon bridge bays. Assists in the assembly and maintenance of military fixed and float bridges. Prepares ribbon bridge equipment for air transport. Operate the crane on the Dry Support Bridge (DSB). Prepares and installs demolition firing systems. Arms, installs, and disarms U.S. antipersonnel or antitank mines. Installs wire obstacle material.

  • Combat Engineer

Training length and location: 10 weeks basic training; 6 weeks job training

Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri

Duties are: Perform basic demolition, mine warfare and combat construction operations. Operates various light and heavy engineer wheeled and tracked vehicles. Prepares, installs and primes firing systems for demolition and explosives. Arms, disarms and installs U.S. anti-personnel and anti-tank mines. Locate mines and booby traps by visual, manual, mechanical, electronic, other means or through the use of a mine detection dog. Recognize booby traps, friendly and threat mines and firing devices. Installs wire obstacle material.

  • Diver

Training length and location: 10 weeks basic training; 2 weeks 4 days job training

Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri

Duties are: Perform operator through intermediate levels of maintenance on diving life support equipment. Perform underwater work as directed from topside supervisor or lead diver. Operates power support equipment, emplaces demolitions, and performs as secondary air systems operator during diving and re-compression chamber operations.

  • Prime Power Production Specialist

Training length and location: 10 weeks basic training; 9 weeks job training

Fort Belvoir, Virginia

Duties are: The prime power production specialist performs electrical assessments, facilities maintenance, QA/QC operations: supervises, operates, installs and performs DS/GS level maintenance on electric power plants, consisting of prime power generator sets of 500 KW and higher; and associated auxiliary systems and equipment. Other duties include LNO and technical advisor to FEMA and other federal organizations.

  • Technical Engineer

Training length and location: 10 weeks basic training; 14 weeks 4 days job training

Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri

Duties are: The technical engineer supervises or participates in construction site development to include technical investigation, surveying, drafting, development of construction plans, specifications, and performing quality control inspections.

  • Geospatial Engineer

Training length and location: 10 weeks basic training; 18 weeks job training

Fort Belvoir, Virginia

Duties are: Extract geospatial data from remote sensed imagery, field reconnaissance, digital data, existing topographic products and other collateral data sources. Records analysis results addition to a military graphic data base. Draws, scribes, digitizes and scans cultural, topographic, hydro-graphic, and/or other features on overlay/scribing surfaces or in digital formats. Utilizes basic drafting techniques to tailor terrain products and revises planimetric and topographic maps. Perform digital manipulation of topographic information by querying, viewing, evaluating and downloading digital data. Finish compilation of geospatial data into printable map/products and prints hard-copy geospatial information.

  • Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear (CBRN) Specialist

Length and location: 10 weeks basic training 10 weeks job training

Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri

Duties are: The CBRN specialist conduct CBRN reconnaissance and surveillance; perform decontamination operations; conduct obscuration operations; conduct CBRN sensitive site exploitation; and operate and perform operator maintenance on assigned CBRN defense and individual CBRN protective equipment. Additionally, in non-chemical units, the CBRN NCO plan, conduct and evaluate individual and collective CBRN training, and provide technical advice on all CBRN operations and hazards for company and higher-level organizations.

The Benefitsare as follows:

  • Full Medical(if married includes spouse and any children in your custody)
  • Full Dental(if married includes spouse and any children in your custody)
  • Paid Housing(single soldiers live in barracks, married soldiers have the option to live on post and not receive Basic Allowance for Housing (BAH) ,which is a monthly stipend for housing, or live off-post and receive the BAH)
  • Food(single soldiers eat at any military Dining Facility (DFAC) for free and married soldiers receive a Basic Allowance for Substance (BAS) which is a monthly stipend for food
  • Free Child Care
  • $400,000 Life Insurance
  • College($4K in annual tuition assistance during military service and 100% tuition paid after service through the GI Bill, which also includes a housing allowance and book stipends)
  • Veteran Affairs(No money down home/business loans, fully comprehensive retirement benefits, and more)

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time, Commission

Salary: $43,000.00 to $53,000.00 /year

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time

Salary: $1,500.00 to $6,000.00 /month

Education:

  • High school or equivalent (Required)