CACI is looking for a full-time Automotive Mechanic - Full Performance to provide a wide range of automotive maintenance support to accomplish a mission objective, supporting one of the three letter agencies within the Intelligence Community. A Day In the Life: As an Automotive Mechanic, a typical day might include the following: - Maintaining and repairing government vehicles. - Completing Transportation Support Center (TSC) maintenance tickets and repair orders in a timely manner. - Disposing of waste materials per regulations and applicable laws. - Personnel will be required to use our Automated Communication Dispatch System. - Interacts with customers to keep them informed of status of vehicles, repairs needed, etc. - Responds to emergency road calls for disabled vehicles and makes minor adjustments or has the vehicle towed for back to TSC for repairs. Must Haves: - TS/SCI with Polygraph - Three years' experience in the problem diagnosis, repair and maintenance of a wide variety of light, medium, heavy and/or specialized automotive equipment and other heavy equipment. - Strong communication skills. - Must possess a Commercial Driver's License with P endorsement. Yearly DOT Card update. Special Certifications: - Virginia Safety State Inspection Certificate. - Air Conditioning Certification - Operator Certificate for Powered Industrial Trucks - Commercial Driver's License - Forklift Certification Required Other special licensure or certifications may be required. Special Requirements Based on Assignment. Education: - High School diploma or GED equivalent. Nice to Haves: - Considerable knowledge of the operating systems used in motor vehicles and equipment. - Considerable knowledge of computer, electrical, transistorized and other non-mechanical systems and how they tie-in with and affect the operation of mechanical systems. - Ability to write routine correspondences, maintenance logs and order forms. - Ability to prioritize and schedule multiple tasks.