Airfield Management Shift Lead
Responds to the airfield as appropriate to correct hazards e.g., control movement area (CMA) violations, crane operations violating aviation imaginary surface criteria, wildlife encroachment on and vicinity of CMA, foreign object debris removal, unauthorized official business activity in the CMA. Manages airfield vegetation control. Monitors construction activity near and on the CMA for safety compliance and take corrective action if needed. Must be able to obtain and maintain Secret Security Clearance.
- Manages the airfield environment to support base, tenant and transient flying operations according to Air Force,
- Conducts airfield inspections and checks.
- Ensures all required airfield signs, markings, lighting and aircraft arresting systems are available and properly installed according to the appropriate airfield planning and design criteria.
- Identifies and report improperly installed airfield signs, markings, lighting and aircraft arresting systems to Civil Engineering (CE) for correction.
- Use procedures outlining AM actions in the event of reduced aircraft rescue and firefighting (ARFF) capability. Utilize procedures for Bird/Wildlife Aircraft Strike Hazard (BASH) and Bird Watch Condition (BWC), Runway Surface Condition (RSC),
- Ensures all conditions that meet NOTAM criteria are processed according to AFI 11-208, Department of Defense
- Notice to Airmen (NOTAM) System.
- Reviews airfield construction and repair project priorities for impact to airfield operations.
- Ensures construction areas are marked and lighted in accordance with ETL 04-2, Standard Airfield Pavement Marking Schemes and UFC 2-360-01 Airfield and heliport Planning and design.
- Performs other duties as assigned by supervisor/manager
- Perform other duties as assigned in accordance with contractual, functional and mission requirements.
- Minimum Qualifications
- High School Diploma/GED and three (3) years' additional education and/or experience.
- Must have at least three (3) years' in Airfield Management to inspect the airfield environment for safety and compliance with established Air Force, Federal Aviation Agency (FAA) , International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) or North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) airfield planning and design criteria/standards.
- Must have attention to detail