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Equipment Specialist

Examples of equipment include devices, machines, tools, and vehicles.
What is professional equipment?
Tools, machines, or other things that are needed for a particular job/work/profession.

What should you know about professional equipment?
Professional equipment includes computers in various departments in the state, helicopters, fighter jets, administrative cars, ships, weapons, law enforcement equipment, health care equipment, and equipment relevant to other professions.
Equipment may refer to:
Automation Equipment (Robotic)
Aviation Communication equipment
Aviation ground support equipment
Aircraft Equipment
Agricultural equipment
Automotive Equipment (Car Workshop Equipment)
Audio equipment
Cleaning Equipment
Car Wash Equipment
Construction Equipment
Critical care unit equipment
Camping equipment
Communications Equipment
Data Processing Equipment: Bridges, Controller Cards, Hubs / Switches, Mainframes, Multiplexors, PCs & Peripherals, Routers, Servers, Tape Drives
Here are further guidelines.
Diving equipment
Economy and budget Equipment: Calculators, Computers and Internet, Cards(Illinois link card, etc)
Here are further guidelines.
Electrical equipment
Electrician equipment
ER Equipment
Engineering equipment
Emergency vehicle equipment
Electrical equipment
Food Equipment
Fire apparatus
Home Appliance
Hand Tools
Heavy equipment (construction)
Infantry Gear
List of agricultural equipment
Laboratory equipment
Mobility Equipment
Medical Equipment
Mail Equipment: Bag Tagging Equipment, Bar-coding Equipment, Binding Machines, Bursters / Cutters, Collators / Decollators, Conveyers, Sorters, Folders / Inserters, Ink Jet Addressing, Ink Jet Drying, Inserter System, Labeling System
Here are further guidelines.
Measuring instruments
Medical Equipment
Military equipment
Nonessential Equipment and Furnishings
Office Equipment: Collating Machines, Copiers, Dictation Equipment, Endorsers, Fax Machines, Mail Machines, Microfiche / Microfilmers, Plotters, Printers, Rotary Filing Systems, Shredders, Time Clocks, Typewriters, Word Processors
Here are further guidelines.
Police Equipment
Personal protective equipment
Plumbing Equipment
Pressure measurement
Pump & Valve control
Security Equipment: Alarm Systems, Card Access Systems, Video Surveillance, Vaults & Safes
Here are further guidelines.
Ship Equipment
Self-propelled passenger equipment
Scribe equipment (hieroglyph)
School Supplies
Scuba set
Scientific instruments
Telecommunications equipment
Vox (musical equipment)
Weight Training Equipment
Equipment Specialist
This series includes positions that involve supervision or performance of work that requires primarily an intensive, practical knowledge of equipment and its characteristics, properties, and uses in order to (1) collect, analyze, interpret, and provide specialized information about equipment together with related advice to those who design, test, produce, procure, supply, operate, repair, or dispose of equipment; (2) identify and recommend practical solutions to engineering design and manufacturing defects and recommend use of substitute testing or support equipment when the equipment requested is unavailable; or (3) develop, install, inspect, or revise equipment maintenance programs and techniques.

Equipment Specialist


ITEM - A word used to indicate a piece of equipment where distinguishing between a part, subassembly, etc., is not important to the context;

PART - A unit consisting of one or two items of equipment usually not capable of being disassembled without destruction;

SUBASSEMBLY - A unit consisting of two or more parts that form a portion of an assembly or component. It is replaceable as a whole and may have parts that are individually replaceable;

ASSEMBLY - A unit consisting of several parts and subassemblies joined to perform a specific function; e.g., an electric switch unique to a submarine;

COMPONENT - A unit consisting of a combination of parts, subassemblies, and assemblies mounted together that is normally capable of action in a number of situations, e.g., a complete unit such as a pump, motor, governor, or turbine;

SUBSYSTEM - A unit consisting of a combination of parts, subassemblies, assemblies, and components connected to perform an operational function, e.g., an airframe, a complete propulsion unit of an aircraft, a motor vehicle drive train, a guidance or propulsion unit of a spacecraft, or a ground support radar system;

SYSTEM - A unit consisting of a combination of parts, subassemblies, assemblies, components, and subsystems associated together to form a complete aircraft, missile, machine, motor vehicle, or weapon;

COMMODITY CLASS - Items of equipment grouped together for inventory identification because they have similar characteristics, e.g., a group of hydraulic pumps and motors, or a ________ supply class or group of items.

The equipment specialist occupation includes a wide range of work and work settings. The primary distinguishing features are that the nature of the work requires application of an intensive, practical knowledge of equipment and its characteristics, properties, and uses; and that this knowledge is more important in the recruitment and selection process and in performance of the work than other required qualifications.
Here are further guidelines.