Lockheed Martin Ordnance Handler Associate in Silverdale, Washington
Description: This classification requires the performance of varied work assignments relative to the complex and critical operations involved in the receipt, handling, movement, shipment, storage, loading and unloading of inert and explosive missile components.
Work with technical assistance and guidance. Work with progressively less guidance and instruction as knowledge, skill, and experience in classification increases.
Assist in and/or perform the receipt, unpackaging, move to storage, and shipment of missile rocket motors.
Assist in and/or perform the transportation of inert and explosive major missile components to and from magazines and processing buildings using gas, electric, and diesel powered trucks and trailers and other FBM facility specific handling support equipment.
Assist in recording data, maintaining records and processing documents pertaining to the movement and handling of missile components.
Assist in and/or perform dispatcher functions.
Assist in and/or perform grounding tests in Limited Area (LA) using appropriate meter and test equipment (SWFLANT ONLY)
Assist in and/or perform maintenance and repair of support equipment and material handling equipment and performing preventative maintenance.
Assist in and/or perform movement of general freight items within the facility.
May work at height of 20 feet and greater with applicable fall protection equipment.
Typically requires a minimum of 12 months of experience in directly related work.
Possess elementary knowledge of rigging for the purpose of listing and moving large multi-ton objects.
Possess mechanical aptitude and ability to use general purpose hand tools.
Ability to read and follow checklists in proper sequence.
Ability to work from applicable U.S. Navy publications, missile processing documents, and vendor manuals.
Ability to read various gauges and instruments and record test data.
Ability to perform work in confined spaces as required to perform job tasks (SWFLANT ONLY).
Skilled in the use of computers and ability to learn new computer applications.
Ability to qualify for and maintain required operating certifications/qualifications and/or licenses to operate over head bridge and jib cranes, forklifts, tow tractors, trucks, semi-trailers and other equipment as required.
Must possess a valid state driver's license and will be required to qualify for or possess a CDL with class "H" endorsement, material handling equipment license, and explosive driver's license.
Ability to meet and maintain the requirements of the Personnel Reliability Program (PRP).
U.S. Citizenship required. Must not be a dual citizen.
Ability to perform individually and in a team environment.
Current CDL (Commercial Driver License).
Equipment operator experience.
General computer knowledge.
Ability to interpret and follow procedures.
Strong work ethic.
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