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Louis Berger Services is hiring for a large number of positions located at various sites in the Middle East, including Afghanistan, Kuwait, Qatar, and Iraq. View all current openings below.

Bagram Airfield Careers - Immediate Hire

Louis Berger Services is currently hiring in support of a project at Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan. View all opportunities below and apply to be considered.

Responsibilities include:

  • Reports to Ramp Services Supervisor.
  • Perform the correct and safe operation of all aspects of the Ramp Operations Section.
  • Obtain / maintain required qualifications.
  • Help Aircraft Services Supervisors complete all Aircraft Services tasks/operations and ensure safety requirements are upheld.
  • Assists with database integrity by reviewing all required GATES reports when requested.
  • Ensure cargo and baggage are properly handled IAW applicable instructions.
  • Validate, select, stage and load aircraft loads IAW applicable guidance.
  • Ensure water coolers, ice chests and freezer are stocked with water and ice for each shift.
  • Ensure all trash is removed from aircraft other than AMC Contracted Aircraft.
  • Build-up / break-down of baggage/mix pallets, multi-pallet trains and loose cargo.
  • Offload/ on load cargo on surface and air conveyance.
  • Operate GATES/GDSS as required.
  • Accurately weigh and record cargo and baggage.
  • Ensure all Performance Work Statement (PWS) requirements are properly accomplished.
  • Complete terminal inventories.
  • Properly store and facilitate onward movement of all cargo.
  • Coordinate timely cargo and mail pick-up/ release.
  • Reconfigure cargo to meet aircraft envelope.
  • Accomplish manual procedures when systems are down.
  • Escort trucks, buses, personnel and other surface conveyances.
  • Ensure maximum aircraft utilization based upon available airlift and existing port backlogs.
  • Facilitate on-time aircraft departures.
  • Ensure all LBS controlled areas are clean and neat in appearance.
  • Ensure all vehicles arc parked per the published vehicle parking plan.
  • Ensure vehicle inspection are properly completed and documented.
  • Process cargo IAW applicable instructions.
  • Operate K-loaders, forklifts, buses, tugs, vans or other required vehicles safely, inspect daily utilizing check lists and AFTO forms and ensure vehicles in need of repair or service are properly turned in to maintenance.
  • Perform Cargo Processing, Special Handling, and Load Planning functions in accordance with AFI 24-605, Volumes 2 and DTR 4500-9 1Parts 2 and 3, and AFMAN 24-604 and other applicable instructions.
  • Perform aircraft ground services IAW Air Force Occupational Safety and Health Standard (AFOSHSTD) 91-100, T.O. 00-25-172, AFI 11-218, and applicable aircraft T.O.'s.
  • Wash GFE as scheduled.
  • Perform supplemental duties in Aircraft Services or other work centers as required by Supervisor, Lead and Management.

Qualifications

  • Must have a minimum of one (1) year of experience with Air Terminal Ground Handling requirements.
  • Shall have experience with aircraft and equipment loading procedures and a working knowledge of fight-line operations to include aircraft loading procedures Must have computer skills and be able to operate a variety of computer programs.
  • Shall be familiar with Aircraft Load Team Chiefs Operations Guideline/Checklist, flight-line safety, and vehicle requirements.
  • Must be detail oriented, motivated and drive to perform at a high level.
  • Must be able to comprehend English to include reading and writing.
  • Must maintain a valid driver's license.
  • You will be required to maintain a valid passport.
  • You will be required to maintain Secret clearance.

Responsibilities include:

  • Ramp Operations Supervisor acts as Alternate Ramp Operations Manager when required.
  • Responsible for all the safe and correct operations for their assigned shift.
  • Facilitate safe loading and unloading of cargo and baggage on and off government owned or contracted aircraft, surface conveyances, and commercial pallet dollies IAW AFI 24-605, Volume 2 and other applicable instructions.
  • Coordinate employee training that are assigned to their shift.
  • Periodically evaluate employee's performance based on established criteria.
  • Track and document training in the employee training records.
  • Decertify all employees that fail evaluations and facilitate refresher training.
  • Monitor proper validation, selection, staging and upload aircraft loads utilizing the load plan.
  • Verify the proper section to facilitate onward movement of cargo/mail.
  • Enforce proper procedures on build-up / break-down baggage pallets, multi-pallet trains, loose cargo, and mixed pallets.
  • Review shift workforce training for GATES / GDSS systems as required.
  • Enforce safety program.
  • Monitor all Cargo Processing, Special Handling, and Load Planning functions to ensure compliance with AFI 24-605, Volumes 2 and DTR 4500-9 Parts 2 and 3, and AFMAN 24-604 and other applicable instructions.
  • Compile and provide to management accurate data for all required Performance Work Statement (PWS) reports.
  • Verify terminal and joint inventories of special handling cargo procedures are properly done.
  • Ensure cargo is processed within six (6) hours of receipt or release from frustrated status.
  • Schedule timely pick-up / release of cargo and mail.
  • Monitor GATES reports to ensure data base integrity.
  • Test manual procedures and ensure employees are properly trained on manual procedures.
  • Ensure surface conveyances are safely and properly loaded.
  • Ensure maximum aircraft utilization based upon available airlift and existing port backlogs.
  • Ensure on-time aircraft departures.
  • Implement the IHAT program.
  • Ensure all LBS controlled areas are clean and neat in appearance.
  • Monitor vehicle parking to ensure employees comply with the published parking plan.
  • Develop work schedules and submits to the Air Freight manager
  • Accomplish a daily attendance report and forwards to the Air Freight manager.
  • Oversee the safe and correct operation of K-loaders, forklifts, buses, tugs, vans or other required vehicles, ensure daily inspection utilizing check lists and AFTO forms and ensure vehicles in need of repair or service are properly turned in to maintenance.
  • Perform supplemental duties in Aircraft Services or other work centers as required by the Air Freight Manager.

Qualifications

  • Must have a minimum of one (1) year of experience with Air Terminal Ground Handling requirements.
  • Shall have extensive experience with administrative leadership, and a working knowledge of aerial port operating procedures to include aircraft loading procedures that allows them to supervise and execute the services required in the Performance Work Statement.
  • Must have computer skills and be able to operate a variety of computer programs. Must be detail oriented, motivated and drive to perform at a high level.
  • Must be able to comprehend English to include reading and writing.
  • Must maintain a valid driver's license.
  • You will be required to maintain a valid passport.
  • You will be required to maintain Secret clearance.

Responsibilities include:

  • Ramp Operations Manager acts as Alternate Station Manager when required.
  • Responsible for all aspects of Ramp Operations.
  • Ensure safe loading and unloading of cargo and baggage on and off government owned or contracted aircraft, surface conveyances, and commercial pallet dollies IAW AFI24-605, Volume 2 and other applicable instructions.
  • Ensure all Aircraft Services employees are trained in accordance with PWS and scope requirements.
  • Formally document training in the employee training records.
  • Decertify all employees that fail evaluations and provide refresher training.
  • Ensure proper validation, selection, staging and upload aircraft loads utilizing the load plan.
  • Ensure proper section to facilitate onward movement of cargo/mail.
  • Ensure build-up / break-down baggage pallets, multi-pallet trains, loose cargo, and mixed pallets.
  • Ensure all workforce is properly trained to operate GATES / GDSS systems as required.
  • Responsible for section safety program.
  • Ensure all Cargo Processing, Special Handling, and Load Planning functions are accomplished in accordance with AFI24-605, Volumes, DTR 4500-9 Parts 2 and 3, and AFMAN 24-604 and other applicable instructions.
  • Accurately complete / submit all Performance Work Statement (PWS) reports.
  • Monitors terminal inventories and joint inventory of special handling cargo procedures.
  • Ensure cargo is processed within six (6) hours of receipt or release from frustrated status.
  • Ensure timely pick-up / release of cargo and mail.
  • Monitors GATES reports to ensure database integrity.
  • Test manual procedures and ensure employees are properly trained on manual procedures.
  • Ensure surface conveyances are safely and properly loaded.
  • Ensure maximum aircraft utilization based upon available airlift and existing port backlogs.
  • Ensure on-time aircraft departures.
  • Responsible for ensuring the coordinated movement of Air Mobility Command (AMC) Mission Impaired Capability Awaiting Parts (MICAP) assets.
  • Responsible for ensuring the coordinated support of NATO/Foreign Aircraft Support with TACC/AMD or other support agencies.
  • Ensure proper coordination of DV missions support to all concern sections is accomplished.
  • Responsible to ensure coordinated activities for explosive shipments and monitor explosive movement requirements with all agencies and downline stations.
  • Manage the IHAT program.
  • Ensure all LBS controlled areas are clean and neat in appearance.
  • Ensure all vehicles are parked in accordance with the published vehicle parking plan.
  • Establish and publish a comprehensive work schedule.
  • Accomplish a daily attendance report and forward per directives.
  • Oversee the safe and correct operation of K-loaders, forklifts, buses, tugs, vans or other required vehicles safely, ensure daily inspection utilizing check lists and AFTO forms and ensure vehicles in need of repair or service are properly turned in to maintenance.
  • Perform supplemental duties in Aircraft Services or other work centers as required by the Station Manager.

Qualifications

  • Must have six (6) years of experience with GATES systems and Air Terminal Ground Handling requirements.
  • Shall have extensive experience with administrative leadership, and a working knowledge of aerial port operating procedures to include aircraft loading procedures that allows them to supervise and execute the services required in the Performance Work Statement.
  • Safety Professional and Subject Matter Expert on applicable regulations associated to Aerial Port Operations.
  • Must have computer skills and be able to operate a variety of computer programs. Must be detail oriented, motivated and drive to perform at a high level.
  • Must be able to comprehend English to include reading and writing.
  • Must maintain a valid driver's license.
  • You will be required to maintain a valid passport.
  • You will be required to maintain Secret clearance.

Responsibilities include:

  • Ensure passenger service functions are IAW AFI 24-605, Volumes 2 and DTR 4500.9-R, Parts I and III and all guidance listed in the PWS.
  • Responsible for all aspects of the safe and correct operation of Passenger Services.
  • Process passengers using automated/non-automated systems.
  • Gate passengers IAW all governing directives.
  • Operate terminal security equipment.
  • Perform Lost & Found and Mishandled baggage procedures.
  • Maintain Space Available and Space Required passenger listings.
  • Determine travel eligibility.
  • Perform passenger briefings.
  • Transport passengers, aircrew and LBS employees.
  • Escort trucks and buses.
  • Funds handling and accountability.
  • Process Distinguished Visitors (DV's) working with Protocol office.
  • Operate passenger buses, baggage conveyors, forklifts and vans and inspect daily utilizing checklists and AFTO forms and turn into maintenance for service or repair.
  • Verify GATES X-man Excel file inputs are accurate as per the PWS.
  • Work with remote sites to ensure timely delivery of passenger information as per the PWS.
  • Control all government provided equipment and ensure proper use; reports any issues to the Passenger Service Manager.
  • Monitor transportation and lodging procedures for in-transit thru-load passengers are being completed as per guidance.
  • Ensure collection of orders for all flights as per the PWS and regulations.
  • Monitor sterile passenger holding areas ensuring they are properly used and maintained.
  • Ensure passengers are briefed on the AMC Commander's comment box location and reports any issues to the Passenger Service Manager.
  • Ensure passengers are briefed on hazardous/dangerous goods that are acceptable/unacceptable for passenger flights.
  • Ensure baggage is separated by destination as per the PWS.
  • Monitor and ensure mishandled baggage is documented as per the PWS.
  • Perform and support Wing-Walker duties.
  • Perform Supplemental duties in Passenger Service or other work centers as required by Passenger Service Manager.

Qualifications

  • Prefer two (2) years of working knowledge in performing Passenger Terminal Operations Services.
  • Customer Services professional.
  • Must have computer skills and be able to operate a variety of computer programs. Must be detail oriented, motivated and drive to perform at a high level.
  • Must be able to comprehend English to include reading and writing.
  • Must maintain a valid driver's license.
  • You will be required to maintain a valid passport.
  • You will be required to maintain Secret clearance.

Responsibilities include:

  • Act as Passenger Manager when required.
  • Responsible for all aspects of the safe and correct operation of Passenger Services.
  • Ensure passenger service functions are IAW AMCI 24-101, Volumes 6, 14, and 15, DTR 4500.9-R, Parts I and III and all guidance listed in the PWS.
  • Verify that processed passengers using automated / non-automated systems are accurate and ensure manual procedures are executed without error.
  • Monitor the maintenance and operation of terminal security equipment and reports issues to the Passenger Manager.
  • Ensure proper execution of the Lost & Found and Mishandled baggage procedures.
  • Ensure proper posting of Space Available and Space Required passenger listings.
  • Monitor personnel training and ensure compliance when determining travel eligibility.
  • Ensure Passenger Service Specialist properly announced approved passenger briefings.
  • Verify GATES X-man Excel file inputs are accurate as per the PWS.
  • Work with remote sites to ensure timely delivery of passenger information as per the PWS.
  • Control all government provided equipment and ensure proper use; reports any issues to the Passenger Service Manager.
  • Ensure passengers are properly assisted with visa and passport issues as per developed procedures.
  • Monitor transportation and lodging procedures for in-transit thru-load passengers are being completed as per guidance.
  • Monitor employees to ensure they are properly performing vehicle inspections and ensure issues are properly reported to maintenance.
  • Verify collection of orders for all flights as per the PWS and regulations.
  • Ensure personnel are properly trained IAW applicable regulations and requirements of the PWS.
  • Enforce the screening exemption letter and provide the Passenger Manager updates when required.
  • Monitor sterile passenger holding areas ensuring they are properly used and maintained.
  • Ensure passengers are briefed on the AMC Commander's comment box location and reports any issues to the Passenger Service Manager.
  • Verify personnel are properly enforcing hazardous/dangerous goods that are acceptable/unacceptable for passenger flights.
  • Ensure baggage is separated by destination as per the PWS.
  • Monitor and ensure mishandled baggage is documented as per the PWS.
  • Ensure funds are handled in accordance with established guidelines and help the Passenger Service Manager to resolve issues found during internal audits.
  • Ensure proper completion of the Mishandled Baggage Summary report as per the PWS.
  • Task employees to transport passengers, aircrew and LBS employees.
  • Monitor flight line activities of section personnel to ensure compliance with guidelines and procedures.
  • Ensure personnel are escorting trucks and buses IAW base guidelines.
  • Process Distinguished Visitors (DV's) working with Protocol office.
  • Perform and assign personnel to support Wing-Walker duties.
  • Perform Supplemental duties in Passenger Service or other work centers as required by Passenger Service Manager.

Qualifications

  • Must have two (2) years of working knowledge in performing Passenger Terminal Operations Services.
  • Shall have extensive experience in GATES systems and be familiar with all air terminal and flight-line operations.
  • Customer Services professional.
  • Must have computer skills and be able to operate a variety of computer programs. Must be detail oriented, motivated and drive to perform at a high level.
  • Must be able to comprehend English to include reading and writing.
  • Must maintain a valid driver's license.
  • You will be required to maintain a valid passport.
  • You will be required to maintain Secret clearance.

Responsibilities include:

  • Act as Alternate Station Manager when required.
  • Responsible for safely managing and supporting all aerial port resources and operations to sustain a Working Maximum on Ground (WMOG) of four aircraft at one time.
  • Ensure maximum aircraft utilization and on-time aircraft departures, including resolving situational issues, gathering, processing and disseminating information in accordance with Air Mobility Command Instruction AFI 24-605, Volume 2, and other applicable instructions.
  • Monitors all flight line activities and takes appropriate acts to resolve any issues.
  • Perform passenger service functions IAW AFI 24-605, Volume 2 and DTR 4500.9-R, Parts I and III and all guidance listed in the PWS.
  • Responsible for the processing of passengers using automated / non-automated systems and ensuring manual procedures are developed.
  • Responsible for maintenance and operation of terminal security equipment.
  • Responsible for Lost & Found and Mishandled baggage procedures.
  • Maintain Space Available and Space Required passenger listings.
  • Ensure all personnel are trained and comply with determining travel eligibility.
  • Responsible for development and use of passenger briefings.
  • Responsible for development of GATES X-man excel file input form as per the PWS.
  • Responsible for coordinating delivery completed remote processing locations passenger information from as per the PWS.
  • Responsible for all government provided equipment and reporting issues to the Station Manager.
  • Establish procedures to assist passengers who have visa or passport issues as per the PWS.
  • Establish procedures to coordinate transportation and lodging for in-transit thru-load passengers as per the PWS.
  • Responsible for care and proper reporting of maintenance issues to the maintenance sections for all government and company provided vehicles.
  • Ensure collection of orders for all flights as per the PWS and regulations.
  • Ensure section personnel are properly trained IAW applicable regulations and requirements of the PWS.
  • Monitors the screening exemption letter and provides the Station Manager updates when required.
  • Ensure sterile passengers holding areas are properly used and maintained.
  • Ensure that the AMC Commander's comment system is available as per the PWS.
  • Ensure personnel are properly trained and knowledgeable of hazardous/dangerous goods that are acceptable/unacceptable for passenger flights.
  • Will ensure baggage is separated by destination as per the PWS.
  • Monitors and ensure mishandled baggage is handled and documented as per the PWS.
  • Responsible for development and implementation of internal funds audit procedures.
  • Responsible for Mishandled Baggage Summary report as per the PWS.
  • Transport passengers, aircrew and LBS employees.
  • Responsible for monitoring flight line activities of section and other section personnel to ensure compliance.
  • Ensure personnel are escorting trucks and buses IAW base guidelines.
  • Responsible for Funds handling and accountability and per regulations and per the PWS.
  • Process Distinguished Visitors (DV's) working with Protocol office.
  • Perform Supplemental duties in Passenger Service or other work centers as required by Station Manager.

Qualifications

  • Must have four (4) years of working knowledge in performing Passenger Terminal Operations Services.
  • Shall have extensive experience in GATES systems and be familiar with all air terminal and flight-line operations.
  • Customer Services professional.
  • Must have computer skills and be able to operate a variety of computer programs. Must be detail oriented, motivated and drive to perform at a high level.
  • Must be able to comprehend English to include reading and writing.
  • Must maintain a valid driver's license.
  • You will be required to maintain a valid passport.
  • You will be required to maintain Secret clearance.

Responsibilities include:

  • Responsible to perform all functions in ATOC: Information Controllers, Ramp Controllers, and IT.
  • Communication Management and Information Systems (CMIS) functional responsibility includes management and maintenance of the aerial port's computer systems.
  • Ensure all Government Provided computer equipment, hardware and software are updated properly.
  • User account management to ensure network access is properly authorized.
  • Protect Personally Identifiable Information (PII), and ensure proper procedures are used when submitting reports via email to Headquarters.
  • Ensure Database Management specific reports be reviewed daily/weekly as required and housed properly.
  • Replace defective hardware as needed and ensure unserviceable or disposable hardware is returned to DLA disposition services.
  • Designated as the Client Support Administrator function and report all required information to the COR and Communications flight.
  • Acts as the GATES Workstation Area Security Officer (WASO) and GDSS UPAM accounts manager and ensures appropriate numbers of primary and alternate account managers are assigned to ensure access to these systems.
  • Designated as the Automated Document Processing Equipment (ADPE) Custodian.
  • Troubleshooting of hardware and software issues, submission of paperwork regarding Centrix account creation and draft other required documents.
  • Facilitate maximum aircraft utilization and on-time aircraft departures, including resolving situational issues, gathering, processing and disseminating information in accordance with Air Mobility Command Instruction AFI 24-605, Volume 2, and other applicable instructions.
  • Facilitate operations to support all aerial port resources to sustain a Working Maximum on Ground (WMOG) of four (4) aircraft at one time.
  • Maintain all necessary logs and reports mandated by all applicable regulations.
  • Provide detailed information concerning potential delays, actual delays, or aborts to appropriate agencies/personnel.
  • Meet arriving and departing aircraft, reconcile manifests with onboard cargo and provide outbound cargo briefing to the aircrew.
  • Monitors all flight line activities and takes appropriate action to resolve any issues.
  • Extract the necessary data from pre-published schedules / amendments and prepare, as a minimum, a daily mission schedule and provide updates.
  • Distribute information to all terminal work centers and other sections as required by Performance Work Statement (PWS).
  • Monitor Cargo Capability and receive / monitor airlift space assignments and control the port management levels by channel based on cargo/passenger backlogs.
  • Control opportune airlift and Special Assignment Airlift Mission (SAAM).
  • Monitor Fragmentation Orders (FRAG or FRAGOs) to ensure all updates are published to each section.
  • Responsible for coordinating and execution of the Human Remains (HR) coordination program as per the requirement in the PWS.
  • Responsible for proper reporting all aircraft mishaps/incidents as per the requirements of the PWS.
  • Responsible for ensuring proper aircraft arrival announcements are completed.
  • Responsible for ensuring the coordinated movement of Air Mobility Command (AMC) Mission Impaired Capability Awaiting Parts (MICAP) assets.
  • Responsible for ensuring the coordinated support of NATO/Foreign Aircraft Support with TACC/AMD or other support agency.
  • Ensure proper coordination of DV missions support to all concern sections is accomplished.
  • Ensure proper coordination for lodging reservations and crew shuttles are coordinated as per the PWS.
  • Responsible to ensure coordinated activities for explosive shipments and monitor explosive movement requirements with all agencies and downline stations.
  • Responsible for ensuring diplomatic and explosive clearances have been completed with appropriate agencies.
  • Responsible for monitoring aerial port cargo backlogs, coordinating mission planning with TACC/AMD, and coordinating Special Assignment Airlift Mission (SAAM) requirements with requesting units.
  • Responsible for ensuring performance of data records and reports function proper filing and quality control checks on all transportation documents.
  • Responsible for monitoring section and flight line safety procedures and taking appropriate actions when required.
  • Completes Emergency Quick Reaction Checklists (QRC's) as per the PWS.
  • Coordinate SAAM requirements with users, air terminal work centers, and HHQ.
  • Coordinate inbound or outbound clearance for explosives shipments and monitor the terminal's explosive movement requirements and capability.
  • Perform supplemental duties in ATOC or other sections as required by ATOC Manager.

Qualifications

  • Must have four (4) years of working knowledge in performing Passenger Terminal Operations Services.
  • Shall have extensive experience in GATES systems and be familiar with all air terminal and flight-line operations.
  • Customer Services professional.
  • Must have computer skills and be able to operate a variety of computer programs. Must be detail oriented, motivated and drive to perform at a high level.
  • Must be able to comprehend English to include reading and writing.
  • Must maintain a valid driver's license.
  • You will be required to maintain a valid passport.
  • You will be required to maintain Secret clearance.

Responsibilities include:

  • Responsible to perform all functions in ATOC: Information Controllers, Ramp Controllers, and Data Records.
  • Ensure all documentation associated with the Air Terminal Ground Handling scope is forwarded to appropriate agencies for proper accounting.
  • Reconcile all air terminal reports, gather and record information in accordance with Air Force Instruction (AFI) 24-605. Volume 2 Operations and other applicable instructions.
  • Protect Personally Identifiable Information (PII), and ensure proper procedures are used when submitting reports via email to Headquarters.
  • Review and reconcile all manifests and manifest registers.
  • Complete Monthly Station Traffic Handling Report (AMC Form 82) in the Workload Reporting System (WRS)
  • Maintain Weekly Operations Summation Reports that are generated to the USG reporting all mission information required.
  • Provide detailed information to appropriate agencies/personnel regarding all records/reports.
  • Establish, coordinate, or maintain an Electronic Consolidated Filing Package (ECFP) with reports required in terminal operations.
  • Ensure access to Remote Manifesting Resolution Center databases is available.
  • Perform Quality Control checks for all filed documentation and coordinate with section managers for corrections.
  • Provide relevant briefings and associated documentation to the Station Manager as required.
  • Monitor and input data into GATES, GDSS / GDSS2 and other systems.
  • Extract the necessary data from pre-published schedules / amendments and prepare/verify, as a minimum, all daily mission schedules and provide updates.
  • Ensure proper records disposition as required in AFRIMS.
  • Distribute reports to all terminal work centers and other sections as required by Performance Work Statement (PWS).
  • Monitor GATES for inconsistencies and assist in the control of port management levels by channel based on cargo/passenger backlogs.
  • Ensure Database Management specific reports be reviewed daily/weekly as required and housed properly.
  • Facilitate maximum aircraft utilization and on-time aircraft departures, including resolving situational issues, gathering, processing and disseminating information in accordance with Air Mobility Command Instruction AFI 24-605, Volume 2, and other applicable instructions.
  • Facilitate operations to support all aerial port resources to sustain a Working Maximum on Ground (WMOG) of four (4) aircraft at one time.
  • Maintain all necessary logs and reports mandated by all applicable regulations.
  • Provide detailed information concerning potential delays, actual delays, or aborts to appropriate agencies/personnel.
  • Meet arriving and departing aircraft, reconcile manifests with onboard cargo and provide outbound cargo briefing to the aircrew.
  • Monitors all flight line activities and takes appropriate action to resolve any issues.
  • Extract the necessary data from pre-published schedules / amendments and prepare, as a minimum, a daily mission schedule and provide updates.
  • Distribute information to all terminal work centers and other sections as required by Performance Work Statement (PWS).
  • Monitor Cargo Capability and receive / monitor airlift space assignments and control the port management levels by channel based on cargo/passenger backlogs.
  • Control opportune airlift and Special Assignment Airlift Mission (SAAM).
  • Monitor Fragmentation Orders (FRAG or FRAGOs) to ensure all updates are published to each section.
  • Responsible for coordinating and execution of the Human Remains (HR) coordination program as per the requirement in the PWS.
  • Responsible for proper reporting all aircraft mishaps/incidents as per the requirements of the PWS.
  • Responsible for ensuring proper aircraft arrival announcements are completed.
  • Responsible for ensuring the coordinated movement of Air Mobility Command (AMC) Mission Impaired Capability Awaiting Parts (MICAP) assets.
  • Responsible for ensuring the coordinated support of NATO/Foreign Aircraft Support with TACC/AMD or other support agencies.
  • Ensure proper coordination of DV missions support to all concern sections is accomplished.
  • Ensure proper coordination for lodging reservations and crew shuttles are coordinated as per the PWS.
  • Responsible to ensure coordinated activities for explosive shipments and monitor explosive movement requirements with all agencies and downline stations.
  • Responsible for ensuring diplomatic and explosive clearances have been completed with appropriate agencies.
  • Responsible for monitoring aerial port cargo backlogs, coordinating mission planning with TACC/AMD, and coordinating Special Assignment Airlift Mission (SAAM) requirements with requesting units.
  • Acts as the GATES Workstation Area Security Officer (WASO) and GDSS UPAM accounts manager and ensures appropriate numbers of primary and alternate account managers are assigned to ensure access to these systems.
  • Responsible for ensuring performance of data records and reports function proper filing and quality control checks on all transportation documents.
  • Responsible for monitoring section and flight line safety procedures and take appropriate actions when required.
  • Completes Emergency Quick Reaction Checklists (QRC's) as per the PWS.
  • Coordinate SAAM requirements with users, air terminal work centers, and HHQ.
  • Coordinate inbound or outbound clearance for explosives shipments and monitor the terminal's explosive movement requirements and capability.
  • Perform supplemental duties in ATOC or other sections as required by ATOC Manager.

Qualifications

  • Must have four (4) years of working knowledge in performing all with data collection and management that allows them to execute the services required in.
  • Shall have extensive experience in GATES systems and be familiar with all air terminal and flight-line operations.
  • Must have computer skills and be able to operate a variety of computer programs. Must be detail oriented, motivated and drive to perform at a high level.
  • Must be able to comprehend English to include reading and writing.
  • Must maintain a valid driver's license.
  • You will be required to maintain a valid passport.
  • You will be required to maintain Secret clearance.

Responsibilities include:

  • Load Planner and Capability Forecasters ensure PWS requirements for max utilization of aircraft are fulfilled.
  • The Load Planners must complete load plans in the Integrated Computerized Deployment System (ICODES).
  • Facilitate safe loading and unloading of cargo and baggage on and off government owned or contracted aircraft, surface conveyances, and commercial pallet dollies IAW AFI 24-605, Volume 2 and other applicable instructions.
  • Monitor proper validation, selection, staging and upload aircraft loads utilizing the load plan.
  • Provide daily reports in GATES and constantly monitor GDSS systems as required.
  • Monitor all Cargo Processing, Special Handling, and Load Planning functions to ensure compliance with AFI 24-605, Volumes 2, DTR 4500-9 Parts 2 and 3, and AFMAN 24-604 and other applicable instructions.
  • Compile and provide to management accurate data for all required Performance Work Statement (PWS) reports.
  • Verify terminal and joint inventories of special handling cargo procedures are properly done.
  • Verify the proper section to facilitate onward movement of cargo/mail.
  • Ensure cargo is processed within six (6) hours of receipt or release from frustrated status.
  • Schedule timely pick-up / release of cargo and mail.
  • Monitor GATES reports to ensure database integrity.
  • Test manual procedures and ensure employees are properly trained on manual procedures.
  • Ensure surface conveyances are safely and properly loaded.
  • Implement the Theater Express program.
  • Perform supplemental duties in Aircraft Services or other work centers as required by the Air Freight Supervisor or Managers.
  • Facilitate maximum aircraft utilization and on-time aircraft departures, including resolving situational issues, gathering, processing and disseminating information in accordance with Air Mobility Command Instruction AFI 24-605, Volume 2, and other applicable instructions.
  • Facilitate operations to support all aerial port resources to sustain a Working Maximum on Ground (WMOG) of four (4) aircraft at one time.
  • Maintain all necessary logs and reports mandated by all applicable regulations.
  • Monitor Cargo Capability and receive / monitor airlift space assignments and control the port management levels by channel based on cargo/passenger backlogs.
  • Control opportune airlift and Special Assignment Airlift Mission (SAAM).
  • Monitor Fragmentation Orders (FRAG or FRAGOs) to ensure all updates are published to each section.
  • Extract the necessary data from pre-published schedules / amendments and prepare, as a minimum, a daily mission schedule and provide updates.
  • Distribute information to all terminal work centers and other sections as required by Performance Work Statement (PWS).
  • Complete flight schedules and disseminated as per the PWS.
  • Responsible for coordinating and execution of the Human Remains (HR) coordination program as per the requirement in the PWS.
  • Responsible for ensuring the coordinated movement of Air Mobility Command (AMC) Mission Impaired Capability Awaiting Parts (MICAP) assets.
  • Responsible for ensuring the coordinated support of NATO/Foreign Aircraft Support with TACC/AMD or other support agencies.
  • Responsible to ensure coordinated activities for explosive shipments and monitor explosive movement requirements with all agencies and downline stations.
  • Responsible for ensuring diplomatic and explosive clearances have been completed with appropriate agencies.
  • Responsible for monitoring aerial port cargo backlogs, coordinating mission planning with TACC/AMD, and coordinating Special Assignment Airlift Mission (SAAM) requirements with requesting units.
  • Responsible for monitoring section and flight line safety procedures and taking appropriate actions when required.
  • Coordinate SAAM requirements with users, air terminal work centers, and HHQ.
  • Coordinate inbound or outbound clearance for explosives shipments and monitor the terminal's explosive movement requirements and capability.
  • Perform supplemental duties in ATOC or other sections as required by ATOC Manager.

Qualifications

  • Must have four (4) years of ATOC or two (2) years of Capability Forecasting experience.
  • Capability Forecasters shall have a working knowledge of GATES and GDSS as well as SIPR access for mission planning and coordination purposes working knowledge in performing all aspects associated with the Air Terminal.
  • Load Planners must be Hazardous Material inspector/preparer qualified according to AFMAN 24-604. Load planners must complete load plan training requirements identified in AFI 24-605 V5 Air Transportation Standardization and Resources.
  • Applicable Air Transportability Test Loading Activity (ATTLA) certifications. Load Planners must maintain active access to the ATTLA website. Load Planners must demonstrate the ability to interpret data from aircraft Technical Order (TO)s for load planning within aircraft limitations.
  • Shall have extensive experience in GATES systems and be familiar with all air terminal and flight-line operations.
  • Must have computer skills and be able to operate a variety of computer programs. Must be detail oriented, motivated and drive to perform at a high level.
  • Must be able to comprehend English to include reading and writing.
  • Must maintain a valid driver's license.
  • You will be required to maintain a valid passport.
  • You will be required to maintain Secret clearance.

Responsibilities include:

  • Responsible for performing all functions in ATOC: Information Controllers, Ramp Controllers, Cape Forecasting, Load Planning, Data Records and IT.
  • Facilitate maximum aircraft utilization and on-time aircraft departures, including resolving situational issues, gathering, processing and disseminating information in accordance with Air Mobility Command Instruction AFI 24-605, Volume 2, and other applicable instructions.
  • Facilitate operations to support all aerial port resources to sustain a Working Maximum on Ground (WMOG) of four (4) aircraft at one time.
  • Maintain all necessary logs and reports mandated by all applicable regulations.
  • Provide detailed information concerning potential delays, actual delays, or aborts to appropriate agencies/personnel.
  • Meet arriving and departing aircraft, reconcile manifests with onboard cargo and provide outbound cargo briefing to the aircrew.
  • Monitors all flight line activities and takes appropriate action to resolve any issues.
  • Extract the necessary data from pre-published schedules / amendments and prepare, as a minimum, a daily mission schedule and provide updates.
  • Distribute information to all terminal work centers and other sections as required by Performance Work Statement (PWS).
  • Monitor Cargo Capability and receive / monitor airlift space assignments and control the port management levels by channel based on cargo/passenger backlogs.
  • Control opportune airlift and Special Assignment Airlift Mission (SAAM).
  • Complete flight schedules and disseminated as per the PWS.
  • Monitor Fragmentation Orders (FRAG or FRAGOs) to ensure all updates are published to each section.
  • Responsible for coordinating and execution of the Human Remains (HR) coordination program as per the requirement in the PWS.
  • Responsible for proper reporting all aircraft mishaps/incidents as per the requirements of the PWS.
  • Responsible for ensuring proper aircraft arrival announcements are completed.
  • Responsible for ensuring the coordinated movement of Air Mobility Command (AMC) Mission Impaired Capability Awaiting Parts (MICAP) assets.
  • Responsible for ensuring the coordinated support of NATO/Foreign Aircraft Support with TACC/AMD or other support agencies.
  • Ensure proper coordination of DV missions support to all concern sections is accomplished.
  • Ensure proper coordination for lodging reservations and crew shuttles are coordinated as per the PWS.
  • Responsible to ensure coordinated activities for explosive shipments and monitor explosive movement requirements with all agencies and downline stations.
  • Responsible for ensuring diplomatic and explosive clearances have been completed with appropriate agencies.
  • Responsible for monitoring aerial port cargo backlogs, coordinating mission planning with TACC/AMD, and coordinating Special Assignment Airlift Mission (SAAM) requirements with requesting units.
  • Acts as the GATES Workstation Area Security Officer (WASO) and GDSS UPAM accounts manager and ensures appropriate numbers of primary and alternate account managers are assigned to ensure access to these systems.
  • Responsible for ensuring performance of data records and reports function proper filing and quality control checks on all transportation documents.
  • Responsible for monitoring section and flight line safety procedures and take appropriate actions when required.
  • Completes Emergency Quick Reaction Checklists (QRC's) as per the PWS.
  • Coordinate SAAM requirements with users, air terminal work centers, and HHQ.
  • Coordinate inbound or outbound clearance for explosives shipments and monitor the terminal's explosive movement requirements and capability.
  • Perform supplemental duties in ATOC or other sections as required by ATOC Manager.

Qualifications

  • Must have two (2) years of working knowledge in performing all ATOC Functions.
  • Shall have extensive experience in GATES systems and be familiar with all air terminal and flight-line operations.
  • Must have computer skills and be able to operate a variety of computer programs. Must be detail oriented, motivated and drive to perform at a high level.
  • Must be able to comprehend English to include reading and writing.
  • Must maintain a valid driver's license.
  • You will be required to maintain a valid passport.
  • You will be required to maintain Secret clearance.

Responsibilities include:

  • Acts as the Alternate Station Manager when required.
  • Responsible for ATOC, Information Controllers, Cape Forecasting, Load Planning, Data Records and IT personnel.
  • Responsible for safely managing and supporting all aerial port resources and operations to sustain a Working Maximum on Ground (WMOG) of four (4) aircraft at one time.
  • Ensure maximum aircraft utilization and on-time aircraft departures, including resolving situational issues, gathering, processing and disseminating information in accordance with Air Mobility Command Instruction AFI 24-605, Volume 2, and other applicable instructions.
  • Establish, coordinate, or maintain all necessary logs and reports mandated by all applicable regulations.
  • Provides detailed information concerning potential delays, actual delays, or aborts to appropriate agencies/personnel.
  • Monitors all flight line activities and takes appropriate acts to resolve any issues.
  • Ensure required flight schedules are completed and disseminated as per the PWS.
  • Monitor Fragmentation Orders (FRAG or FRAGOs) to ensure all updates are published to each section.
  • Responsible for the development and execution of the Human Remains (HR) coordination program as per the requirement in the PWS.
  • Responsible for proper reporting all aircraft mishaps/incidents as per the requirements of the PWS.
  • Responsible for ensuring proper aircraft arrival announcements are completed.
  • Responsible for ensuring the coordinated movement of Air Mobility Command (AMC) Mission Impaired Capability Awaiting Parts (MICAP) assets.
  • Responsible for ensuring the coordinated support of NATO/Foreign Aircraft Support with TACC/AMD or other support agencies.
  • Ensure proper coordination of DV missions support to all concern sections is accomplished.
  • Ensure proper coordination for lodging reservations and crew shuttles are coordinated as per the PWS.
  • Responsible to ensure coordinated activities for explosive shipments and monitor explosive movement requirements with all agencies and downline stations.
  • Responsible for ensuring diplomatic and explosive clearances have been completed with appropriate agencies.
  • Responsible for monitoring aerial port cargo backlogs, coordinating mission planning with TACC/AMD, and coordinating Special Assignment Airlift Mission (SAAM) requirements with requesting units.
  • Acts as the GATES Workstation Area Security Officer (WASO) and GDSS UPAM accounts manager and ensures appropriate numbers of primary and alternate account managers are assigned to ensure access to these systems.
  • Monitors personnel's training requirements and ensure all required training is completed.
  • Responsible for ensuring performance of data records and reports function proper filing and quality control checks on all transportation documents.
  • Responsible for monitoring section and flight line safety procedures and take appropriate actions when required.
  • Updates and directs execution of Emergency Quick Reaction Checklists (QRC's) as per the PWS and ensures personnel are trained regarding the use of QRC's.
  • Responsible for the ATOC access letter and submits updates to the Station Manager for approval.
  • Perform supplemental duties in ATOC or other work centers as required by the Station Manager.

Qualifications

  • Must have six (6) years of extensive experience in managing air terminal operations management.
  • Must demonstrate proficiency in all air terminal and flight-line operations without additional supervision required.
  • Must have computer skills and be able to operate a variety of computer programs. Must be detail oriented, motivated and drive to perform at a high level.
  • Must be able to comprehend English to include reading and writing.
  • Must maintain a valid driver's license.
  • You will be required to maintain a valid passport.
  • You will be required to maintain Secret clearance.

Responsibilities include:

  • Responsible for all tasks involved and/or associated with Special Handling Services and Cargo Processing Operations.
  • Ensure safe loading and unloading of cargo and baggage on and off government owned or contracted aircraft, surface conveyances, and commercial pallet dollies IAW AFI24-605, Volume 2 and other applicable instructions.
  • Ensure all Special Handling and Cargo Processing training requirements are maintained as prescribed by the PWS and scope requirements.
  • Maintain Joint Inspection Program.
  • Complete Joint Inspections ensure proper handling of sensitive, hazardous and explosive cargo and understand responsibilities for accepting cargo entering the airlift system.
  • Maintain relationships with all common users to ensure an understanding of redeployment timelines and movement criteria.
  • Provide technical assistance on Joint Inspections regarding shipping requirements for units.
  • Ensure proper documentation and filing of all special handling shipments and signature service cargo.
  • Accomplish all requirements associated with ULN Movements and have a working knowledge of aircraft configurations and restrictions.
  • Accomplish proper validation, selection, staging and upload aircraft loads utilizing the load plan.
  • Ensure proper selection of cargo/mail for forwarding to respective units.
  • Ensure build-up / break-down baggage pallets, multi-pallet trains, loose cargo, and mixed pallets.
  • Operate GATES and monitor GDSS systems as required.
  • Ensure all Cargo Processing, Special Handling, and Load Planning functions are accomplished in accordance with AFI24-605, Volumes, DTR 4500-9 Parts 2 and 3, and AFMAN 24-604 and other applicable instructions.
  • Accurately complete / submit all Performance Work Statement (PWS) reports.
  • Monitors terminal inventories and joint inventory of special handling cargo procedures.
  • Ensure cargo is processed within six (6) hours of receipt or release from frustrated status.
  • Ensure timely pick-up / release of cargo and mail.
  • Monitors GATES reports to ensure database integrity.
  • Test manual procedures and ensure employees are properly trained on manual procedures.
  • Ensure surface conveyances are safely and properly loaded.
  • Ensure maximum aircraft utilization based upon available airlift and existing port backlogs.
  • Responsible for ensuring the coordinated movement of Air Mobility Command (AMC) Mission Impaired Capability Awaiting Parts (MICAP) assets.
  • Responsible for ensuring the coordinated support of NATO/Foreign Aircraft Support with TACC/AMD or other support agencies.
  • Responsible to ensure coordinated activities for explosive shipments and monitor explosive movement requirements with all agencies and downline stations.
  • Manage the IHAT program.
  • Ensure all LBS controlled areas are clean and neat in appearance.
  • Ensure all vehicles are parked in accordance with the published vehicle parking plan.
  • Ensure safe and correct operation of K-loaders, forklifts, buses, tugs, vans or other required vehicles safely, ensure daily inspection utilizing check lists and AFTO forms and ensure vehicles in need of repair or service are properly turned in to maintenance.
  • Perform supplemental duties in Special Handling, Cargo Processing or other work centers as required by the Special Handling Manager.

Qualifications

  • Must have four (4) years of experience with GATES, trained and maintain hazardous materials inspector or preparer qualifications IAW AFMAN 24-604, Preparing Hazardous Materials for Military Air Shipments and Joint Inspector qualified IAW AFI 24-605 V5 Air Transportation Standardization and Resources.
  • Shall possess administrative leadership and a working knowledge of all special handling functions to include sensitive, hazardous, explosive cargo handling, ULN movements and Joint Inspection (JI) procedures that allows them to manage a Special Handling Section and execute the services required Safety Professional and Subject Matter Expert on applicable regulations associated to Aerial Port Operations.
  • Possess a working knowledge of aircraft configurations, restrictions and flight-line operations.
  • Must have computer skills and be able to operate a variety of computer programs. Must be detail oriented, motivated and drive to perform at a high level.
  • Must be able to comprehend English to include reading and writing.
  • Must maintain a valid driver's license.
  • You will be required to maintain a valid passport.
  • You will be required to maintain Secret clearance.

Responsibilities include:

  • Special Handling Supervisor acts as Special Handling Manager when required.
  • Responsible for all aspects of Special Handling Services and Cargo Processing Operations.
  • Ensure safe loading and unloading of cargo and baggage on and off government owned or contracted aircraft, surface conveyances, and commercial pallet dollies IAW AFI24-605, Volume 2 and other applicable instructions.
  • Ensure all Special Handling and Cargo Processing employees are trained in accordance with PWS and scope requirements.
  • Establish and maintain a Joint Inspection Program.
  • Ensure all Joint Inspectors understand responsibilities for accepting cargo entering the airlift system.
  • Establish relationships with all common users to ensure an understanding of redeployment timelines and movement criteria.
  • Provide technical assistance on Joint Inspections regarding shipping requirements for units.
  • Formally document training in the employee training records.
  • Ensure proper documentation and filing of all special handling shipments and signature service cargo.
  • Decertify all employees that fail evaluations and provide refresher training.
  • Ensure proper validation, selection, staging and upload aircraft loads utilizing the load plan.
  • Ensure proper section to facilitate onward movement of cargo/mail.
  • Ensure build-up / break-down baggage pallets, multi-pallet trains, loose cargo, and mixed pallets.
  • Ensure all workforce is properly trained to operate GATES / GDSS systems as required.
  • Responsible for the section safety program.
  • Ensure all Cargo Processing, Special Handling, and Load Planning functions are accomplished in accordance with AFI24-605, Volumes, DTR 4500-9 Parts 2 and 3, and AFMAN 24-604 and other applicable instructions.
  • Accurately complete / submit all Performance Work Statement (PWS) reports.
  • Monitors terminal inventories and joint inventory of special handling cargo procedures.
  • Ensure cargo is processed within six (6) hours of receipt or release from frustrated status.
  • Ensure timely pick-up / release of cargo and mail.
  • Monitors GATES reports to ensure database integrity.
  • Test manual procedures and ensure employees are properly trained on manual procedures.
  • Ensure surface conveyances are safely and properly loaded.
  • Ensure maximum aircraft utilization based upon available airlift and existing port backlogs.
  • Responsible for ensuring the coordinated movement of Air Mobility Command (AMC) Mission Impaired Capability Awaiting Parts (MICAP) assets.
  • Responsible for ensuring the coordinated support of NATO/Foreign Aircraft Support with TACC/AMD or other support agencies.
  • Responsible to ensure coordinated activities for explosive shipments and monitor explosive movement requirements with all agencies and downline stations.
  • Manage the IHAT program.
  • Ensure all LBS controlled areas are clean and neat in appearance.
  • Ensure all vehicles are parked in accordance with the published vehicle parking plan.
  • Oversee the safe and correct operation of K-loaders, forklifts, buses, tugs, vans or other required vehicles safely, ensure daily inspection utilizing check lists and AFTO forms and ensure vehicles in need of repair or service are properly turned in to maintenance.
  • Perform supplemental duties in Special Handling, Cargo Processing or other work centers as required by the Special Handling Manager.

Qualifications

  • Must have six (6) years of experience with GATES, trained and maintain hazardous materials inspector or preparer qualifications IAW AFMAN 24-604, Preparing Hazardous Materials for Military Air Shipments and Joint Inspector qualified IAW AFI 24-605 V5 Air Transportation Standardization and Resources.
  • Shall possess administrative leadership and a working knowledge of all special handling functions to include sensitive, hazardous, explosive cargo handling, ULN movements and Joint Inspection (JI) procedures that allows them to manage a Special Handling Section and execute the services required Safety Professional and Subject Matter Expert on applicable regulations associated to Aerial Port Operations.
  • Shall have a working knowledge of aircraft configurations, restrictions and flight-line operations.
  • Must have computer skills and be able to operate a variety of computer programs. Must be detail oriented, motivated and drive to perform at a high level.
  • Must be able to comprehend English to include reading and writing.
  • Must maintain a valid driver's license.
  • You will be required to maintain a valid passport.
  • You will be required to maintain Secret clearance.

Responsibilities include:

  • Special Handling Manager acts as Alternate Station Manager when required.
  • Responsible for all aspects of Special Handling Services and Cargo Processing Operations.
  • Ensure safe loading and unloading of cargo and baggage on and off government owned or contracted aircraft, surface conveyances, and commercial pallet dollies IAW AFI24-605, Volume 2 and other applicable instructions.
  • Ensure all Special Handling and Cargo Processing employees are trained in accordance with PWS and scope requirements.
  • Establish and maintain a Joint Inspection Program.
  • Ensure all Joint Inspectors understand responsibilities for accepting cargo entering the airlift system.
  • Establish relationships with all common users to ensure an understanding of redeployment timelines and movement criteria.
  • Provide technical assistance on Joint Inspections regarding shipping requirements for units.
  • Formally document training in the employee training records.
  • Ensure proper documentation and filing of all special handling shipments and signature service cargo.
  • Decertify all employees that fail evaluations and provide refresher training.
  • Ensure proper validation, selection, staging and upload aircraft loads utilizing the load plan.
  • Ensure proper section to facilitate onward movement of cargo/mail.
  • Ensure build-up / break-down baggage pallets, multi-pallet trains, loose cargo, and mixed pallets.
  • Ensure all workforce is properly trained to operate GATES / GDSS systems as required.
  • Responsible for section safety program.
  • Ensure all Cargo Processing, Special Handling, and Load Planning functions are accomplished in accordance with AFI24-605, Volumes, DTR 4500-9 Parts 2 and 3, and AFMAN 24-604 and other applicable instructions.
  • Accurately complete / submit all Performance Work Statement (PWS) reports.
  • Monitors terminal inventories and joint inventory of special handling cargo procedures.
  • Ensure cargo is processed within six (6) hours of receipt or release from frustrated status.
  • Ensure timely pick-up / release of cargo and mail.
  • Monitors GATES reports to ensure data base integrity.
  • Test manual procedures and ensure employees are properly trained on manual procedures.
  • Ensure surface conveyances are safely and properly loaded.
  • Ensure maximum aircraft utilization based upon available airlift and existing port backlogs.
  • Responsible for ensuring the coordinated movement of Air Mobility Command (AMC) Mission Impaired Capability Awaiting Parts (MICAP) assets.
  • Responsible for ensuring the coordinated support of NATO/Foreign Aircraft Support with TACC/AMD or other support agency.
  • Responsible to ensure coordinated activities for explosive shipments and monitor explosive movement requirements with all agencies and downline stations.
  • Manage the IHAT program.
  • Ensure all LBS controlled areas are clean and neat in appearance.
  • Ensure all vehicles are parked in accordance with the published vehicle parking plan.
  • Establish and publish comprehensive work schedule.
  • Oversee the safe and correct operation of K-loaders, forklifts, buses, tugs, vans or other required vehicles safely, ensure daily inspection utilizing check lists and AFTO forms and ensure vehicles in need of repair or service are properly turned in to maintenance.
  • Perform supplemental duties in Aircraft Services or other work centers as required by the Station Manager.

Qualifications

  • Must have six (6) years of experience with GATES, trained and maintain hazardous materials inspector or preparer qualifications IAW AFMAN 24-604, Preparing Hazardous Materials for Military Air Shipments and Joint Inspector qualified IAW AFI 24-605 V5 Air Transportation Standardization and Resources.
  • Shall possess administrative leadership and a working knowledge of all special handling functions to include sensitive, hazardous, explosive cargo handling, ULN movements and Joint Inspection (JI) procedures that allows them to manage a Special Handling Section and execute the services required Safety Professional and Subject Matter Expert on applicable regulations associated to Aerial Port Operations.
  • Must have computer skills and be able to operate a variety of computer programs. Must be detail oriented, motivated and drive to perform at a high level.
  • Must be able to comprehend English to include reading and writing.
  • Must maintain a valid driver's license.
  • You will be required to maintain a valid passport.
  • You will be required to maintain Secret clearance.

Program Manager

Location: Washington, DC

Position Description

As an Program Manager, your responsibilities will include:

  • Assist in the transition from a primarily military-centric business clientele by the development of new International commercial power programs, projects and clients.
  • Attend and participate in conferences with clients. Collect information regarding future power plants requirements and funding. Consult with representatives of industry and federal agencies on plans, new developments, and methods to accomplish identified prime power program requirements.
  • Travel to remote and austere areas to lead the mobilization effort of specific projects. The Project Manager will be responsible for planning, scheduling, and monitoring the installation/construction progress of the site development, procurement and logistics, thus serving as a single POC for the client. Monitor dollar amount utilization of the projects.
  • Manage and review all phases of project controls on assigned projects.
  • Continually review projects in progress, upcoming needs, and create plans, evaluations.
  • Collect project execution data from site managers for use in estimating cost and production rates for future projects. Recommend cost effective means of collecting data to ensure proper application to future projects. Engineering support is provided by others for technical aspects of this effort.

Position Details

Location: Washington DC

Position Requirements

  • Four-year engineering degree with Professional Registration is required (Civil, E.E. or, M.E.).
  • 10 years of professional experience with at least 8 years of project management experience.
  • Experience in managing medium to large scale projects including managing a technical staff, inspectors and support personnel.
  • Willingness to travel internationally to austere project locations at least 25% of time.
  • Possess the ability to understand basic electrical, mechanical, civil concepts, engineering, and design and construction.
  • Prior Experience working in international work environments.
  • Ideal Candidate will be proactive in nature with strong technical, managerial, and interpersonal skills in collaborating, communicating, and working with (1) senior managers and staff, (2) local and international subcontractors; (3) USACE and other military clientele; and (4) local officials as required.


LV Electrician

Location: Middle East, AE

Position Description

As an LV Electrician, your responsibilities will include:

  • Serve under the direction of the Site Manager and in Site Manager's absence under the direction Assistant Site Manager/QA-QC, to operate and maintain all low voltage distribution networks and power plant electrical equipment, electrical distribution equipment, and train other electricians/apprentices.
  • Lead electrical teams or line crews to perform routine installation maintenance and repairs on electric power control equipment, distribution lines, or electric-generating equipment in accordance with the NEC and local codes. In communication with the Power Plant Manager acts as the Senior Electrician and/or team lead.
  • Promote and maintain safety following established safe work practices and procedures.
  • Assist the utility power electrician in the location and rectification of faults on the overhead and/or underground high voltage networks during power interruptions.
  • Assist electrical teams or line crews to perform routine installation maintenance, and repairs on high voltage switchgear, distribution networks, or diesel power generators.
  • Work on power cables, transformers, insulators, and control equipment such as switches, circuit breakers, and panels. This includes collecting transformer oil samples that are tested for contamination as well as cleaning up contaminated sites.
  • Install and connect transformers and make hot taps and splices.
  • Assist the utility crew to install underground cable, conduit, and ductwork. Install transformers; string lights and power wires on cross arms and through ducts and manholes; make electrical connections; and splice cables.
  • Erect and replace poles; perform rigging on high voltage motors, transformers, and compressors.
  • Use and maintain various hand and power tools of the trade.
  • May assist in the operation of aerial trucks and associated equipment.
  • Inform the Site Manager of the location of a failure, possible cause, and repairs required on the Distribution Network.
  • Ensure correct testing and isolation procedures are followed before working on de-energized electrical networks or associated systems.
  • Execute the company's policy and procedure for proper and efficient operation of the power plants and distribution network.
  • Abide by and adhere to all requirements in General Order #1 in conformity with US military standards and practices.
  • As directed by the Site Manager.
  • Other duties as determined.

Position Details

Location: Multiple locations in the Middle East

Report To: Power Plant Manager or Site Manager

Position Requirements

  • 5 years working as a licensed electrician.
  • Experience in the Installation, Operation, and Maintenance of Low Voltage Distribution Networks and associated Hardware and Switchgear.
  • Experienced working in international work environments in an expatriate or US military status
  • Proactive nature and strong interpersonal skills in collaborating, communicating and working with (1) other senior managers and staff (to include Home Office management team), (2) Local and International subcontractors; (3) Army Corps of Engineers military representatives; and (4) local officials as required
  • Experience in providing prime power O&M Services to clients preferred.
  • Experience in installing and maintaining high voltage electrical distribution network preferred.
  • Experience in fault finding and rectifying in Underground and Overhead Distribution Network is desirable.
  • Experience with Synchronized Diesel Power Generators preferred.
  • Experience training teams from diverse cultural backgrounds is desirable.
  • Experience in Afghanistan preferred.
  • Must speak English fluently.


Air Cargo Specialist

Location: Middle East, AE

Position Description

As an Air Cargo Specialist, you will perform all tasks associated with the safe and correct operation of the Air Terminal as directed by management, regulations, policies, Instructions, and the Performance Work Statement. You will operate GATES/GDSS systems as required. Responsibilities will include:

  • Assists with database integrity by reviewing all required GATES reports when requested.
  • Ensure cargo and baggage are properly handled utilizing the load plan lAW applicable instructions.
  • Validate, select, stage and load aircraft IAW applicable guidance.
  • Build-up/ break-down baggage/mix pallets, multi-pallet trains, and loose cargo.
  • Offload / on load cargo on surface and air conveyance.
  • Accurately weigh and record cargo and baggage.
  • Ensure all Performance Work Statement (PWS) requirements are properly and accurately accomplished.
  • Perform terminal inventories.
  • Properly store and facilitate onward movement of all cargo.
  • Coordinate timely cargo and mail pick-up/release.
  • Reconfigure cargo to meet aircraft envelope.
  • Accomplish manual procedures when systems are down.
  • Escort trucks, buses, personnel and other surface conveyances.
  • Ensure maximum aircraft utilization based upon available airlift and existing port backlogs.
  • Facilitate on-time aircraft departures.
  • Ensure all trash is removed from aircraft other than AMC Contracted Aircraft.
  • Ensure water coolers, ice chests and freezer are stocked with water and ice for each shift.
  • Ensure all vehicles are parked per the published vehicle parking plan.
  • Perform Wing-Walker duties.
  • Process cargo lAW applicable instructions.
  • Operate K-loaders, forklifts, buses, tugs, vans or other required vehicles safely, inspect daily utilizing check lists and AFTO forms and ensure vehicles in need of repair or service are properly turned in to maintenance.
  • Perform Cargo Processing, Special Handling, and Load Planning functions in accordance with AMCI 24-101, Volumes 6, 9, and 11, DTR 4500-9 1Parts 2 and 3, and AFJMAN 24-204 and other applicable instructions.
  • Perform Joint Inspections.
  • Perform aircraft ground services IAW Air Force Occupational Safety and Health Standard (AFOSHSTD) 91-100, T.O. 00-25-172, AFI 11-218, and applicable aircraft T.O.s.
  • Position, deposition, connect, disconnect to / from aircraft all ground support equipment to include 150 lb Halon Fire Bottles.
  • Perform follow-me marshaling to include blocking, chocking, wingtip/tail clearance guard duties.
  • Perform pushback and towing duties for all transiting aircraft.
  • Wash AGE equipment as scheduled.
  • Store and park AGE equipment per the published parking plan.
  • Operate/inspect light carts positioned on aircraft parking locations.
  • Perform supplemental duties in Aircraft Services or other work centers as required by Supervisor, Lead and Management.

Position Details

Location: Multiple locations in the Middle East

Report To: Air Transportation Supervisor

Position Requirements

  • Experience in Air Terminal Ground Handling Services is preferred.
  • Must have computer skills and be able to operate a variety of computer programs. Must be detail oriented, motivated, and drive to perform at a high level.
  • Must be able to comprehend English to include reading and writing.
  • Must maintain a valid driver's license.
  • You will be required to maintain a valid passport.
  • You will be required to maintain NAC/Secret clearance.
  • Great interpersonal skills.
  • Customer service oriented.
  • Team player.
  • Ability to multitask.
  • It is a physically challenging position; extended periods of standing, walking, pushing, and lifting are required.


Air Transportation Supervisor

Location: Middle East, AE

Position Description

As an Air Transportation Supervisor, you will perform all tasks associated with the safe and correct operation of the Air Terminal as directed by management, regulations, policies, Instructions, and the Performance Work Statement. Responsibilities will include:

  • Responsible for all the safe and correct operation for their assigned shift.
  • Facilitate safe loading and unloading of cargo and baggage on and off government owned or contracted aircraft, surface conveyances, and commercial pallet dollies IAW AMCI 24-101, Volume 11 and other applicable instructions.
  • Coordinate employee training that are assigned to their shift.
  • Periodically evaluate employees' performance based on established criteria.
  • Track and document training in the employee training records.
  • Decertify all employees that fail evaluations and facilitate refresher training.
  • Monitor proper validation, selection, staging and upload aircraft loads utilizing the load plan.
  • Verify the proper section to facilitate onward movement of cargo/mail.
  • Enforce proper procedures on build-up / break-down baggage pallets, multi-pallet trains, loose cargo, and mixed pallets.
  • Monitor Offload / Upload baggage from AMC rotator missions and baggage trucks.
  • Review shift workforce training for GATES / GDSS systems as required.
  • Enforce safety program.
  • Monitor all Cargo Processing, Special Handling, and Load Planning functions to ensure compliance with AMCI 24-101, Volumes 6, 9, and 11, DTR 4500-9 Parts 2 and 3, and AFJMAN 24-204 and other applicable instructions.
  • Compile and provide to management accurate data for all required Performance Work Statement (PWS) reports.
  • Verify terminal and joint inventories of special handling cargo procedures are properly done.
  • Ensure cargo is processed within six (6) hours of receipt or release from frustrated status.
  • Schedule timely pick-up / release of cargo and mail.
  • Monitor GATES reports to ensure database integrity.
  • Test manual procedures and ensure employees are properly trained on manual procedures.
  • Ensure surface conveyances are safely and properly loaded.
  • Ensure maximum aircraft utilization based upon available airlift and existing port backlogs.
  • Ensure on-time aircraft departures.
  • Implement the Theater Express program.
  • Ensure all company-controlled areas are clean and neat in appearance.
  • Monitor vehicle parking to ensure employees comply with the published parking plan.
  • Develop work schedules and submits to the Air Freight manager
  • Accomplish a daily attendance report and forwards to the LOGCAP Site Manager.
  • Oversee the safe and correct operation of K-loaders, forklifts, buses, tugs, vans or other required vehicles, ensure daily inspection utilizing check lists and AFTO forms and ensure vehicles in need of repair or service are properly turned in to maintenance.
  • Assign Wing-Walker duties and performs when necessary.
  • Perform supplemental duties in Aircraft Services or other work centers as required by the LOGCAP Site Manager.

Position Details

Location: Multiple locations in the Middle East

Report To: Air Transportation Site Manager

Position Requirements

  • Prior experience in Air Terminal Ground Handling Services is preferred.
  • Must have computer skills and be able to operate a variety of computer programs. Must be detail oriented, motivated, and have the drive to perform at a high level.
  • Must be able to comprehend English to include reading and writing.
  • Must maintain a valid driver's license.
  • You will be required to maintain a valid passport.
  • You will be required to maintain NAC/Secret clearance.
  • Great interpersonal skills.
  • Customer service oriented.
  • Team player.
  • Excellent leadership skills.
  • Ability to multitask.
  • This is a physically challenging position; extended periods of standing, walking, pushing and lifting are required.


Diesel Mechanic

Location: Middle East, AE

Position Description

As a Diesel Mechanic your responsibilities will include:

  • Serve as a Diesel Mechanic for the Operation and Maintenance (O&M) services of prime power plant.
  • Report to the Plant Manager on all special occurrences such as emergency outages and corrective actions taken to maintain service.
  • Troubleshoot and overhaul, rebuild, or make comparable major repairs to Gensets, powered support systems, vehicles, and other major components (e.g., engines, generators, alternators, gears, compressors, and hydraulic, pneumatic, electrical components).
  • Assist in the control and distribution of the mechanical and electrical makeup and operation of powered support systems such as those described above, including their major mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, and pneumatic components.
  • Troubleshoot and repair diesel, gasoline, and/or multi-fuel engines (e.g., overhauling those of 3 to 16 cylinders and up to 2MW of power).
  • Gear and govern components for controlling, changing, or transferring speed and power;
  • Assist in maintaining electrical power through the power plant and primary distribution system, and in the operation of the central switchboard to actuate controlled circuit breakers, transformers, and switches in order to regulate and maintain proper voltage on the distribution lines.
  • When malfunctions occur, assist to isolate and bypass the fault in order to maintain service or take actions to shed low priority loads when full service cannot be maintained.
  • Monitor the distribution of electric power to various distribution points.
  • Operate switchboard controls to adjust controlled circuit breakers, transformers, and switches to regulate and maintain proper voltage on the distribution lines and at the power generation plant.
  • Bring Generators online, parallel generators, and bring generators offline.
  • Report abnormal operating conditions and reroute power through alternate feeders to user areas in case of emergency cutouts or extensive scheduled repair.
  • Notify repair crews of the location of failure and assure that circuits are open and tagged before work is started.
  • Keeps an hourly log of meter readings and records shutdowns, connection and disconnection of circuits, and similar occurrences.
  • Execute the company's policy and procedure for proper and efficient operation of the power plants.
  • Abide by and adhere to all requirements in General Order #1 in conformity with US military standards and practices.

Position Details

Location: Multiple locations in the Middle East

Position Requirements

  • Experience in medium to large scale O&M prime power diesel gensets (50-60 Liter engines).
  • Experienced in working with other technical staff.
  • Ability to read and use technical manuals, illustrations, diagrams, schematics, and similar guides covering the complete assembly, troubleshooting, and layout of powered support systems.
  • Experienced working in international work environments with expatriate or US military.
  • A thorough knowledge of the mechanical and electrical makeup and operation of powered support systems such as those described above, including their major mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, and pneumatic components including:
    • Standard Diesel generators
    • Controls
    • Switchgear
  • Ability to follow troubleshooting procedures and use deductive reasons to isolate the fault; and provide step by step feedback on all steps taking.
  • Able to take specific verbal and written directions and carryout directions from the shift supervisor. Decisions made are covered by specific, well-established work methods and procedures.
  • In the event problems arise, mechanics at this level are able to take corrective action in accordance with instructions or notify their supervisor.
  • Experience in providing prime power O&M Services to clients.
  • Two years of experience operating power plants and five years working on diesel engines.
  • Provide Engine Certificate or willingness to take training.


Fuel Manager

Location: Middle East, AE

Position Description

As a Fuel Manager, you will be responsible for overseeing the operations of capitalized or non-capitalized bulk fuel storage (above ground or underground steel tanks, fabric tanks and tactical systems) and distribution services (ocean tanker loading and unloading, storage terminals, pump stations, pipelines, hose lines, class III supply points, tank vehicles, and rail tank cars).

Additional responsibilities will include:

  • Responsible for the receipt, storage, internal handling, and shipment of petroleum products.
  • Manage the operations and maintenance of bulk and retail petroleum storage service tank systems, receipt headers, fill stands, direct aviation fuel servicing, direct retail ground fuel servicing, retail service stations (manual/automated), and the maintenance and upkeep of facilities, environmental systems, and grounds maintenance.
  • Interface with the operational activities at the location to maintain excellent communications with regard to upcoming exercises, logistical maneuvers, and other activities to ensure contractual requirements are met.
  • Ensure assigned personnel are properly trained and meet qualifications to competently perform their duties. Orient new personnel with regard to internal personnel requirements (i.e. timekeeping, company policies, etc.), job specific duties, and location specific policies.
  • Plan and schedule site activities to optimize resources and facilities to meet the Performance Work Statement specifications.
  • Prepare and submit reports or other verifying documentation as required for both local contract requirements and company requirements.
  • Ensure that personnel maintain required safety training and perform their functions meeting prescribed safety standards, maintaining compliance with contract language. Document as required.
  • Perform all necessary supervisory functions to effectively and efficiently manage the workforce assigned, communicating performance expectations, areas of accountability, training requirements, and feedback to employees on a regular basis.
  • Understand and abide by the standards set forth for ethical behavior and integrity as detailed in the Code of Business Conduct.
  • Perform all other duties prescribed by corporate management.

Position Details

Location: Multiple locations in the Middle East

Position Requirements

  • Hands on experience in bulk and retail fuel storage and distribution/facilities, mobile (aviation/ground) fuel servicing equipment, direct aviation/retail fuel servicing equipment, quality surveillance of aviation and ground fuel products, aviation and ground fuel inventory, accounting and administration.
  • Practical experience in the basic design and layout of petroleum facilities, component makeup and flow characteristics of storage piping systems, and the ability to read and understand basic drawings, blueprints, and system specifications is also required.
  • Must have excellent communication skills, both written and oral, and be able to effectively and tactfully communicate with many levels of personnel in a variety of environments. Must be able to tactfully navigate delicate situations with finesse and sensitivity.
  • Must be detail-oriented with a strong sense of motivation and drive to constantly perform at a high level of expertise.
  • Fluent English reading and writing skills to be able to read and understand guidance for day to day work requirements.
  • May be required to maintain a US Government Security Clearance.
  • Hands on experience in bulk and retail fuel storage and distribution/facilities, mobile (aviation/ground) fuel servicing equipment, direct aviation/retail fuel servicing equipment, quality surveillance of aviation and ground fuel products, aviation and ground fuel inventory, accounting, and administration.
  • Minimum of five years of supervisory experience. Of these five years, three years of experience shall have been supervisory training in bulk and retail storage, aircraft and ground fuel servicing operations with an emphasis in equipment inspection, operation, maintenance, inventory management, and environmental compliance.
  • Two years may be general supervisory experience. Education may be substituted for all specialized experience.
  • In order to substitute education for specialized experience, the minimum requirement is a Master's Degree in petroleum, industrial or business-related fields.
  • Experienced in all quality surveillance testing with a working knowledge of MIL-STD- 3004 requirements.
  • Experienced in the accounting and inventory requirements of DoD 4140.25M.
  • Keen attention to detail and self-motivation are a must.
  • Dependable, consistently at work and on time, follow instructions well, respond to management direction, and solicit feedback to improve performance.
  • Demonstrated ability to monitor their own work to ensure accuracy and quality is essential.
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office software is required, demonstrated by the ability to create spreadsheets and other written communication.
  • Successful completion of the Responsible Officer/Terminal Manager Course a plus.


Fuel Accountant

Location: Middle East, AE

Position Description

As a Fuel Accountant, you will work under the daily supervision of the Lead Fuels Distribution System Operator with assistance as needed from the Fuel Manager. You will be the focal point for dispatching, accounting, and inventory management of all receipt, storage, internal handling, and shipment of petroleum products. Additional responsibilities will include:

  • Responsible for the dispatching, accounting and inventory management of all receipt, storage, internal handling, and shipment of petroleum products.
  • Responsible as a dispatcher to be the focal point for all mobile activity and also for all data flow.
  • Manage the movement of the vehicles and fueling personnel to the customer's satisfaction plus control all repetitive fuels reporting.
  • Responsible for all accounting functions needed for proper inventory management, to include ordering product receipts, inputting all fuel movements, tracking tank inventories and maintaining a ledger for government reporting.
  • Prepare and submit reports or other verifying documentation as required for both local contract requirements and company requirements.
  • Schedule site activities to optimize resources and facilities to meet the Performance Work Statement specifications.
  • Responsible for assisting the Lead FDSO in operational activities, personnel scheduling, training, safety, and managerial functions in the absence of the Fuels Manager.
  • Schedule site activities to optimize resources and facilities to meet the Performance Work Statement specifications.
  • Understand and abide by the standards set forth for ethical behavior and integrity as detailed in the Code of Business Conduct.
  • Perform all other duties prescribed by management.

Position Details

Location: Multiple locations in the Middle East

Position Requirements

  • Knowledge of FMD9 and BSME systems.
  • Be experienced in the accounting and inventory requirements of DoD 4140.25M.
  • Fluent English reading and writing skills to be able to read and understand government guidance for day to day work requirements.
  • Must have basic computer skills including the ability to use Microsoft office suite software package.
  • Must be able to accurately document work progress and report repair status.
  • Must be able to work flexible work hours/days as needed to meet schedule.
  • Must be able to pass the required background checks for the position through the military and civilian systems. The ability to obtain a government Common Access Card (CAC).
  • Successful completion of the FMD9 course is a plus.


Fuels Distribution System Operator

Location: Middle East, AE

Position Description

As a Fuels Distribution System Operator, you will work under the daily supervision of the Lead Fuels Distribution System Operator with assistance as needed from the Fuel Manager. You will be responsible for safe and timely set-up, monitoring and transfer of fuel movements during a specific shift assignment. You will ensure through definitive methods that product meets or exceeds quality standards set forth; and ensure all work is completed in a timely manner, contributing to a safe and efficient operation. Additional responsibilities will include:

  • Perform receipt, issue, storage, spill cleanup, maintenance scheduling, hazardous waste, and fuel quality assurance operations.
  • Perform the full spectrum of quality assurance sampling and testing as may be required, to include weekend and holiday fuel support to meet MIL-STD- 3004 and ASTM D-1655, latest revision.
  • Sample petroleum handling equipment and systems by various methods and means, from receipt to product issue.
  • Perform operation, maintenance, and calibration of lab equipment, recordkeeping, and lab safety procedures.
  • Inspect, evaluate condition of, and maintain fuel storage tanks, pipelines, piping systems, product pump, filter, meter, gauge, and flow control mechanisms, and other petroleum system components.
  • Detect system malfunction/misalignment/leaks/adjustment issues, and perform scheduled and unscheduled system maintenance.
  • Remove, repair, and replace system components.
  • Complete all assignments directed by Management in a safe, efficient and timely manner as required by Company rules and regulations and all Federal, State and local laws.
  • Individuals may perform other duties as assigned, notwithstanding work in other functional areas to cover absences and relief, to equalize peak work periods or otherwise to balance the workload.

Position Details

Location: Multiple locations in the Middle East

Position Requirements

  • Have practical experience in the operation of bulk fuel distribution systems and pipeline operations.
  • Experienced in the use of common fuel sampling equipment, aviation and ground fuel sampling procedures, and conducting laboratory tests of petroleum products.
  • Trained in applicable regulations regarding petroleum handling equipment and systems.
  • Have a knowledge of automated tank gauging systems, high/low level alarms, and cathodic protection systems.
  • High School Diploma/GED.
  • Valid State Driver's License.
  • Proficiency of the English language both written and verbal.
  • Able to pass the required background checks for the position through the military and civilian systems.
  • Able to obtain a government Common Access Card (CAC).


Aircraft LOGCAP Site Manager

Location: Middle East, AE

Position Description

As an Aircraft LOGCAP Site Manager, you will be responsible for the performance of various ATGHS units to include the Air Terminal Operations Center (ATOC), Load Planning, Aircraft Services, Land Bridge movement, Passenger and Baggage Services, Funds Handling, Aero-medical Mission Support, and Fleet Service. You will work cooperatively with the staff in Greenville and other field units. You must be able to work in a fluid and fast-moving growth environment, using resources both inside and external to the organization. Duties will encompass a wide range of leadership and direct contribution activities leading to controlled, profitable growth, creating a more effective operating tempo for the company. Additional responsibilities will include:

  • Be a driving force in the development of the work ethic, culture and values of the leadership group of the company.
  • Assist in planning, developing, and implementing strategy for the management of the company so as to meet agreed organizational performance plans within agreed budgets and timescales (covering all relevant areas of operations, support, and finance).
  • Establish and maintain appropriate systems, metrics, and reports for measuring necessary aspects of operations, to include key performance indicator dashboards.
  • Ensure compliance with requirements for quality management, health and safety, legal stipulations, environmental policies, federal acquisition regulations, other pertinent laws and regulations, and the general duty of care.
  • Develop and maintain productive relationships with clients.
  • Help developing and executing growth strategy in conjunction with the senior team.
  • Safeguard, promote, and continually improve the Company's public persona and brand positioning.
  • Maintain and develop organizational culture, values, and reputation in the markets and with all staff, customers, suppliers, partners, and regulatory/official bodies.
  • Contribute to a collegial team environment that fosters spirited performance and superior results in the department and among colleagues in other business units.

Position Details

Location: Multiple locations in the Middle East

Position Requirements

  • 15 years plus of Government management and/or military operational experience in relevant disciplines and market sectors.
  • Language capability: English
  • Experience developing, managing, and delivering technical services in an aerospace/defense, aviation, logistics, or technical services/Government Services environment.
  • Mastery of the English language in oral and written communications, and be an exceptionally effective presenter.
  • A solid understanding of the ATGHS contract: understand how to facilitate on-time aircraft departures and maintain the ability to provide sustained ATGHS for working multiple Maximum on the Ground (MOG) capability of wide-body aircraft or equivalent.
  • Outstanding consultative abilities and excellent interpersonal skills with executive level customers and channel partners.
  • Experience in complying with and enforcing Quality, Safety, and F.A.R. Compliance
  • Strategic Vision and Agility: Ability to think strategically, anticipate future consequences and trends, and incorporate them into day-to-day operations.
  • Results: Proven track record of exceeding goals and bottom-line orientation; evidence of the ability to consistently make good decisions in a fluid environment through a combination of analysis, wisdom, experience, and judgement; the ability to balance the delivery of highly professional, complete, and accurate documents in response to solicitations.
  • Leadership and Organization: Exceptional capacity for building and leading teams toward common goals with tight deadlines.
  • Action Oriented: Enjoys working hard and looks for challenges; able to act and react as necessary, even if limited information is available; not afraid to take charge of a situation; can overcome resistance to leadership and change, and take unpopular stand when necessary.


Passenger Service Specialist

Location: Middle East, AE

Position Description

As a Passenger Service Specialist, you will perform all tasks associated with the safe and correct operation of the Air Terminal as directed by management, regulations, policies, Instructions, and the Performance Work Statement. Responsibilities will include:

  • Perform passenger service functions lAW AMCI 24-101, Volumes 6,14 and 15, DTR 4500.9-R, Parts I and III.
  • Process passengers using automated/non-automated systems.
  • Gate passengers lAW governing directives.
  • Operate terminal security equipment.
  • Perform Lost & Found and Mishandled baggage procedures.
  • Maintain Space Available and Space Required passenger listings.
  • Determine travel eligibility.
  • Perform passenger briefings.
  • Transport passengers, aircrew, and employees.
  • Escort trucks and buses.
  • Funds handling and accountability.
  • Process Distinguished Visitors (DV's) working with Protocol office.
  • Operate passenger buses and vans and inspect daily utilizing checklists and AFTO forms and turn into maintenance for service or repair.
  • Perform Wing-Walker duties.
  • Perform supplemental duties in Passenger Service or other work centers as required by Passenger Service Supervisor and Manager.
  • Physically challenging position; extended periods of standing, walking, pushing and lifting are required.

Position Details

Location: Multiple locations in the Middle East

Reports to: Air Transportation Supervisor

Position Requirements

  • Prior experience in Air Terminal Ground Handling Services is preferred.
  • Must have computer skills and be able to operate a variety of computer programs. Must be detail oriented, motivated and drive to perform at a high level.
  • Must be able to comprehend English to include reading and writing.
  • Must maintain a valid driver's license.
  • You will be required to maintain a valid passport.
  • You will be required to maintain NAC/Secret clearance.
  • Great interpersonal skills desirable.
  • Customer service oriented preferred.
  • Team player is a plus.
  • Ability to multitask desirable.


Power Plant Manager

Location: Middle East, AE

Position Description

As a Power Plant Manager, your responsibilities will include:

  • Serve as the Power Plant Manager for the Operation and Maintenance (O&M) services of prime power plant and client interface.
  • Report to the Site Manager all special occurrences such as emergency outages and corrective actions taken to maintain service.
  • Control and distribute electrical power through the power plant and primary distribution system and operate the central switchboard to actuate remotely controlled circuit breakers, transformers, and switches in order to regulate and maintain proper voltage on the distribution lines.
  • Closely monitor plant parameters of various feeders.
  • Observe operation of relays on feeders and remote operation of numerous substations, detect indications of deteriorating conditions, and assure that equipment is operating within safe limits.
  • Utilize judgment in interpreting guidelines such as load shedding priority schedule, operating criteria of equipment, schematics, and wiring diagrams.
  • When malfunctions occur, determine and take actions to isolate and bypass the fault in order to maintain service or take actions to shed low priority loads when full service cannot be maintained. Inform high voltage electricians of the location of failure, cause, repairs needed, and assure that circuits are open and tagged before work is started.
  • Plan operating programs, develop standard schedules for operating and maintenance activities, and make periodic inspections of the power plant and camp facilities to insure smooth functioning.
  • Monitor the distribution of electric power to various distribution points.
  • Operate switchboard controls to adjust controlled circuit breakers, transformers, and switches to regulate and maintain proper voltage on the distribution lines and at the power generation plant.
  • Bring Generators online, parallel generators, and bring generators offline.
  • Report abnormal operating conditions and reroute power through alternate feeders to user areas in case of emergency cutouts or extensive scheduled repair.
  • Notifies repair crews of the location of failure and assure that circuits are open and tagged before work is started.
  • Keeps an hourly log of meter readings and records shutdowns, connection and disconnection of circuits, and similar occurrences.
  • Maintain close relationships with Military prime power group to ensure all their requirements are fully met in accordance with the contractual requirements.
  • Represent department during weekly conferences calls, negotiations, other meetings in the field and be able to speak authoritatively while recognizing the limitations of your own professional knowledge and credentials.
  • Maintain constant awareness of available resources including: personnel, space, equipment, and funding.
  • Plan and coordinate with the Site Manager the storage, transport and procurement of equipment and supplies required for execution at the site.
  • Take direct charge of working operations of the power plant in special situations such as major equipment breakdowns, operating emergencies, or during installation of new equipment systems. Report findings to the Site Manager.
  • Abide by and adhere to all requirements in General Order #1 in conformity with US military standards and practices.
  • Follow all company standard policies and practices.

Position Details

Location: Kuwait/Qatar/Iraq

Under the direction of: Site Manager

Position Requirements

  • 5-10 years' experience as plant manager.
  • Experience in medium to large scale O&M prime power diesel gensets (50-60 Liter engines).
  • Experienced in managing a technical staff, inspectors and support personnel.
  • Experienced working in international work environments with expatriate or US military.
  • Proactive nature and strong interpersonal skills in collaborating, communicating and working with (1) Other senior managers and staff (to include Home Office management team), (2) Local and International subcontractors; (3) Army Corps of Engineers military representatives; and (4) Local officials as required.
  • Experience in providing prime power O&M Services to clients preferred.
  • Good clear communication skills
  • Must be fluent in English.


Senior Auditor & Government Compliance Specialist

Location: Middle East, AE

Position Description

As a Senior Auditor & Government Compliance Specialist, your responsibilities will include:

  • Coordinate client-based audits including but not limited to annual incurred cost audits, disclosure statement revisions, cost impact analyses due to changes in cost accounting practices, proposal and project audits, system reviews, and public voucher reviews.
  • Support and respond to Government audit requests, including accumulating information, packaging and presenting to Compliance Director for approval prior to submitting to the Government.
  • Support internal audit efforts developed by the Compliance Director, including executing specific procedures to manage risk across the enterprise.
  • Prepare reports summarizing audit findings, review them with management and make recommendations. Interface with government and customer auditors as required. Review, research, analyze and resolve issues raised by government auditors.
  • Coordinate the release of audited and provisional overhead rates to Contract Administrators, Project Managers, and Division VPs.
  • Coordinate audit exit reviews and advise management personnel accordingly.
  • Prepare recommendations to management for initiating policy or procedural change to address a negative audit finding.
  • Serve as the liaison for all federal and state government agency requests for information or audit (e.g. DCAA, State DOT).
  • Assist Contract Administration with Questions related to Proposal Preparation, Overhead Rates and Audits and Allowable Costs (FAR & CAS Compliance).
  • Assist all functional areas (e.g. HR, IT, AR, AP) with determining Unallowable Expenses.
  • Investigate and resolve areas of noncompliance in company procedures and processes.
  • Work with various committees to review and revise company policies and procedures.

Position Details

Location: Multiple locations in the Middle East

Position Requirements

  • 3-8 years of experience in government contract accounting, audit, finance or financial planning & analysis.
  • Bachelor's Degree in Accounting, Business Administration, or a related field.
  • Experience with preparation of incurred cost submissions required.
  • Proficient in MS Excel (pivots, v-lookups).
  • Strong organizational and time management skills.
  • Experience working with DCAA/DCMA, FAR, CAS and DFAR.
  • Deltek Cost Point and/or Oracle experience is a plus.


Senior Project Accountant

Location: Middle East, AE

Position Description

As a Senior Project Accountant, you will report to the Division Controller and will be responsible for project cost accounting and revenue recognition on a portfolio of diverse contract types. These activities include establishing projects within Costpoint, revenue recognition, unbilled receivable analysis and customer billing. Additional responsibilities will include:

  • Read and interpret the basic contract document as it relates to billing and revenue recognition, identify and confirm invoicing requirements with the contracts department and Project Manager as necessary, collaborate with project analysts to devise a project structure that considers billing, revenue and cost accumulation requirements.
  • Maintain all aspects of projects within Costpoint.
  • Prepare Cost Plus, T&M and Fixed Price billings for submission to customers.
  • Perform monthly revenue review and research discrepancies.
  • Perform monthly reconciliations of billed/unbilled vs. revenue activities, research and resolve unexplained reconciling items.
  • Assist with collection efforts and continued efforts on decreasing receivables.
  • Assist with DCAA information requests.
  • Assist with Contract Close-out process.
  • Ad hoc reporting as necessary.
  • Perform all other position related duties as assigned or requested.

Position Details

Location: Multiple locations in the Middle East

Position Requirements

  • Candidates will possess a Bachelor's degree in Accounting or related field.
  • Minimum seven (7) years of accounting experience.
  • Minimum three (3) years experience working with a Government Contractor.
  • Deltek CostPoint experience.
  • Intermediate to Expert MS Excel Skills.



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