Armament Heavy Artillery Inspector – Amentum – Camp Arifjan

Job Summary:

The Heavy Artillery Inspector will inspect all maintenance and repair efforts of all heavy artillery for the Army Prepositioned Stocks – 5 (APS-5) Contract. As the Heavy Artillery Inspector, the duties under this job title are to perform field and sustainment inspections on howitzer systems; will be responsible for inspection, troubleshooting, and diagnosing faults in howitzer and small arms.
Essential Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Oversees and/or conduct inspections on different classifications of Howitzer and Mortar and other small arms weapons.
  • Oversees and or conducts initial inspections upon delivery of equipment and records data information for the processing of maintenance work orders troubleshoots identified faults and in-process inspections as required during the repair phase. Conducts a final inspection upon completion of maintenance repairs to ensure quality product outputs are met.
  • Prepares records of inspection/tests and make them available to the QA/QC Department.
  • Verifies procedures being used are adequate for the effective control of quality, rejects defective workmanship and materials, verifies, and certifies the test results on supporting documents.
  • Provides guidance and technical assistance to shop maintenance personnel on inspection principles of workmanship, procedures to be employed, and quality of work expected.
  • Ensures compliance with government and corporate regulations, company SOPs, directives, and technical manuals to establish and maintain a quality management program.
  • Maintain cross talk with QA and/or LAR representatives.
  • Coordinates with Shop Supervisor when technical problems arise, and in-depth mechanical knowledge is required.
  • Cross trains when required to ensure maximum flexibility and possession of technical skills in the development and maintenance of quality programs. Instills a safety-first mentality within respective work areas and a culture that achieves low accident rates and minimal lost-time injuries.
  • Adhere to ISO Policies, Procedures, and Work Instructions in support of the Amentum Quality Management System.
  • Instills a safety-first mentality within respective work areas and a culture that achieves low accident rates and minimal lost-time injuries.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.
  • Must be able to obtain SAAR approval for NIPR access to USG STAMIS required.’ to the Inspector req.

Minimum Requirements:


  • High School graduate or equivalent.

  • Must have 5 years of experience in field level maintenance, with at least 3 years of the experience on towed artillery.
  • Additional 1 year of experience as a towed artillery inspector required, preferably on Howitzer.
  • Military MOS and or education for towed artillery/Howitzer repair and small arms repair.
  • Must be able to meet and maintain all Logistics Information System (LIS) access requirements (Common Access Card).
  • Must have or be able to obtain a U.S. Passport
  • Must be a U.S. Citizen
  • Must have experienced in the using the U.S. Army Tank-automotive and Armaments Command (TACOM) Unique Logistics Support Applications (TULSA) and Logistics Information Warehouse (LIW).
  • Must be able to read equipment schematics.
  • Must have the ability to analyze and interpret U.S. Army Technical Manuals with relation to equipment maintenance and repair.
  • Must have experienced in using the Global Combat Support System (GCSS-Army).
Certification & License:
  • Required upon hire: possession of a valid US Driver’s license. DD214 for validation of required MOS/or appropriate certificates/diploma.

Preferred Qualifications:

ork Environment, Physical Demands and Mental Demands:
  • Ability to perform job duties efficiently and effectively.
  • Must be able to work in extreme environmental conditions including dust and high temperatures.
  • Must be able to endure long hours, exposure to weather and hazardous conditions.
  • Must be able up to 50 Lbs.
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