Seville, Alabama


UABOS: Spain - Transient Alert Team Leader


Directs air transportation activities. Performs and manages air transportation activities for the entire Air Terminal. Supplements policies and directs supervisory personnel providing cargo and passenger loading and unloading services. Establishes procedures for passenger and aircraft clearance through international border clearance agencies. Inspects airlift activities for compliance and recommends corrective action. Conducts personnel and equipment management surveys and provides technical assistance as required. Justifies personnel, equipment, and facilities required to accomplish air transportation activities. Determines supplies and facilities required and allocates equipment. Also, needs experience managing passenger, cargo, mail, airlift and airdrop activities. You will be responsible for supervising the loading and unloading of cargo, vehicles and people on the airplane. Establishes procedures for loading passenger and cargo aboard aircraft, processing passengers, and preparing records and reports. Plans and organizes air transportation activities. Plans, schedules and processes eligible air cargo, passengers and mail. Supervises use of materials handling equipment and cargo loading and unloading operations. Must possess general knowledge of appropriate Air Force Instructions and Army Manuals as it relates to proper air shipments. Candidate must be able to multi-task. May be required to perform other job-related tasks and duties as mission dictates. Assigns TCN’s (Transportation Control Numbers) to all cargo, assigns RFID Tags to cargo for tracking purposes using a variety of ITV systems such at GATES, TC_AIMS, DAVS, MTS etc. Expedites cargo movement as necessary. Also, experience in functions such as loading and unloading aircraft; operating automated or manual materials handling and other loading equipment; or processing, scheduling, and maintaining records relating to passenger and cargo movement. High school diploma, college degree preferred with a minimum of 9-12 years’ experience with Air Terminal Operations. Previous management/supervisory experience required.


Shall have a minimum of six years’ experience in the tactical aircraft field and shall have at least two years’ experience in transient alert/crash recovery. The team leader shall meet the qualifications of a Tactical Aircraft Maintenance Technician and understands the requirements for crash damage/disable aircraft recovery (CDDAR) and transient alert aircraft ground handling for tactical, as well as, large frame aircraft. The team leader shall possess technical expertise and knowledge to handle and service all transient aircraft and has the ability to tow tactical and heavy aircraft as applied to crash recovery/transient alert duties and respond to accidents pertaining to Morón AB, Spain. The team leader shall possess or shall have the ability to obtain an AF Form 2293, Government Vehicle Operator’s Identification Card. The contractor shall have or be capable of obtaining a ‘U.S. Secret’ Security Clearance.

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Seville, Alabama

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