Skill Level 1 Inspects equipment for faults and completeness. Tests equipment to determine operational condition. Troubleshoots to determine location and extent of equipment faults. Repairs equipment by adjusting, aligning, repairing, or replacing defective components. Tests repaired items to ensure compliance with technical specifications. Prepares appropriate maintenance forms and records. Performs preventive maintenance checks and services (PMCS) on tools, test, measurement, and diagnostic equipment (TMDE), vehicles, and power generators.
Skill Level 2 Performs maintenance duties that are more complex and beyond the scope and experience of those encountered by the previous skill level. Provides technical assistance to both subordinates and supported users. Performs quality control tests on repaired equipment. Requests and maintains authorized bench stock, repair parts, supplies, and technical publications.
Skill Level 3 Assigns specific duties to subordinate personnel. Establishes workload, work schedules, and repair priorities. Performs and supervises quality control inspections. Coordinates logistical support. Establishes and implements on the job technical instruction programs for subordinate personnel. Provides technical information and assistance to supported units. Advises and makes recommendations concerning equipment repair and status to superiors. Prepares, reviews, and consolidates technical and administrative reports and requests. Maintains files and records. Prepares or updates SOP, site defense, and evacuation plans.