Active duty military personnel seeking to transition from the Air Force to federal government DOD position in Airfield Management. Offers expertise as Airfield Management Shift Lead. Assess for safety ensuring runways are clear of foreign objects and lighting systems function properly. Responds to ground emergencies and communicating hazards to pilots. Responsible for the safe takeoff and landing of aircraft, and more importantly their crews that control them.
Maintain situational awareness of airfield activities and overall responsibility for Airfield Management Operations section while on duty. Serves as the Airfield Manager Representative during emergency response situations and during non-duty hours. Assesses airfield operations/situations, determines operational requirements and imposes airfield restrictions as needed (e.g., closing/suspending operations on aprons, taxiways and runways). Briefs Airfield Management personnel on emergency and operational activities. Conducts and documents a shift change briefing prior to signing off-duty. Performs Airfield Management Operations Coordinator duties as required to support airfield/flying operations.
Qualified in AFSC 1C751 career field, AMOC PCG, AMOS PCG, and Local Qualification Training (AF IMT 797, Job Qualification Standard). Currently working on Air Force AA in Aviation Management.
Trained on FAA policies and rules for Airport operations. Discussed and participated in workshops on wildlife abatement and airport safety briefings.
Completed four years of general studies in High school with a 3.36 GPA.
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