Munitions or Ordnance Technicians are either soldiers or civilians employed in the military unit assigned to handle ordnance or munitions stocks for land-based troops, as well as attack and armored vehicles. They perform physical inventory accounting, storage, deployment and breakout, maintenance, and transportation of armanentation, armament-handling appliances, ground- launched missiles, and other ground conventional munitions.
Sample Munitions Ordnance Technician CV Template
Stewart F.G. Avery
Hele Road, Devon, UK
To work as a Munitions Ordnance Technician for the civilian police or military
2002 – Present: Munitions Ordnance Technician, Military Police Command, Exeter
- Account, store, loads and unload ammunition materials, machine gun magazines and explosive projectiles, gun turrets and emplacements in military attack vehicles.
- Move, deploy and transport munitions materials by hand or via roller conveyor, tractors and vehicles to designated locations.
- Clean munitions containers and magazines and ensure proper crating and packing of munitions materials for specific withdrawal orders.
- Conduct inspections, calibration checks, adjustments and repairs of gun turrets and heavy ammunition launchers in accordance with military standards and manufacturer bulletins.
- Identify appropriate munitions type and install in vehicles as required
- Ensure munitions are available when needed or as a matter of routine deployment.
- A Citizen of the state
- Normal vision and color perception ability
- Must possess a valid drivers license
- Must meet the medical requirements for relevant munitions and explosives handling operations as stipulated by the employing organization
2003: passed eligibility for secret security clearance.
1999 – 2002: Apprenticeship with Royal Academy of Ordnance and Explosives.
1995 – 1999: High School Diploma, Wakefield City High School, Wakefield
Can be provided upon request