Air Mobility Coordinator
Coordinates all modes of transportation for cargo and personnel movements throughout the AOR in support of reliefs in place (RIP) or operations. Coordinates with AVTEG and CDDOC in order to utilize non-traditional air assets and joint transportation assets. Coordinates with JLSC personnel and AVTEG to facilitate any movement of cargo that can be supported via conventional Air Force platforms. Works in conjunction with the movement control specialist for the most efficient method of moving through the use of standard transportation systems and to establish methods of transportation for cargo and personnel in future and emerging areas within the AOR. Track and provide input or recommendations for air movements in support of future operations. Maintain hazardous material (HAZMAT) qualifications and certifications to ship HAZMAT cargo. Maintain a list of capabilities of all airfields throughout the AOR for use as potential support to contingencies and/or future operations. *This role requires a 84-hour work week. Education BS/BA degree.
- Citizen of the United States.Experience or training that has enabled the performance of a variety of Air Transportation functions which involve wing deployment training, passenger and cargo manifesting, Joint Inspection, load planning, determining cargo/passenger eligibility, establishing and maintaining air terminal security and Fleet Servicing. Directly responsible for safe and efficient loading/offloading of all DOD-owned and controlled aircraft and ensuring In-Transit Visibility (ITV).Knowledge of aircraft design, configuration, and limitations, obtains maximum utilization of space using automated programs such as Automated Air Load.Knowledge of Air Terminal Operations Center (ATOC) functions and operation sufficient to plan, coordinate, facilitate, and expedite on time movement of air cargo in accordance with applicable rules and regulations.Knowledge of safety regulations, practices, and procedures required in performing duties associated with aircraft loading, offloading, and handling requirements.Possess a military background as a U.S. Army mobility manager having attained the grade of E6, CW2, O3, GS11 or higher with an accumulation of at least three years of air mobility experience. If the applicant has served in the military they must have received an honorable discharge as verified by a form DD-214 (U.S. Military). Personnel who have been discharged with a characterization of “General under other than honorable”, “Bad Conduct”, or “Dishonorable” are disqualified from this position.
- Possess an active SECRET clearance. Computer skills including MS Office (Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, and Word) and Internet Explorer.Ability to respond rapidly and sufficiently to changing requirements, unexpected contingencies and other challenging situations.Ability to manage available resources in time sensitive situationsFluent in English.
- Willing to work a 12-hour shift per day.Working conditions at assignment location could be remote and uncomfortable, with long hours, exposure to weather, dust and hazardous harsh conditions.Able to don all required personal protective gear and physically execute assigned duties.