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- Grand Forks, North Dakota
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Senior Operations Specialist Iii job at Battlespace in Grand Forks ND
Description, duties, responsibilities
CONTINGENT UPON CONTRACT AWARD
TITLE: Senior Operations Specialist
REPORTS TO: Program Manager
WORK EXPERIENCE: Ten (10) years of experience in Department of Defense (DoD) or Department of Homeland Security (DHS) air operations air traffic control or airfield operations management. Ten (10) years leadership and management experience. International Standards Organization (ISO) 9001 or Aerospace Standard (AS) 9110 quality experience preferred.
EDUCATION/TRAINING: Masters degree plus 8 years of relevant experience or a bachelors degree and 12 years of relevant experience.
FLSA Status: Exempt
REQUIREMENTS:US citizen with current secret security clearance. A Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Class 2 medical certification is required.
Skills and Characteristics:
Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Demonstrated excellence in customer relations and building partnerships at all levels within an organization.
Strong analytical skills with demonstrated ability for problem solving and prioritizing multiple projects.
Strong leadership skills with capability to positively influence thinking and behaviors at all levels of the organization.
Working Conditions/Physical Requirements:
Aircraft flight line and general office environments.
Ability to lift up to 50 lbs.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Coordinate with UAS operating site services to include site preparation site support services during unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) operations. Site support services encompass the launch and recovery sites the ground control station (GCS) remote video terminal (RVT) and potential emergency and alternate airfield sites.
Coordinate with DHS Customs and Border Patrol (CBP) Air and Marine Operations (AMO) headquarters mission support and operations personnel regarding mission priorities ad hoc tasking planning for normal as well as surge and deployment operations.
Provide flight authorization and scheduling support including preparing and updating submission and oversight of UAS national flight schedules by CBP prior to execution of the mission.
Coordinate with civil and/or military weather agencies for forecasting services accessible from the UAS National Security Operations Center (NASOC) site.
Prepare publish and update notices to airmen (NOTAM) for UAS operations through the Flight Service Station (FSS). The NOTAMs contain detailed information essential to safe UAS operations in the national airspace system.
Establish maintain and update as needed the flight publications library including the following products: applicable DoD flight information publications (FLIPs) FAA air traffic publications approved letters of procedures certificates of authorization (COA) issued by the FAA as well as CBP UAS operations and maintenance manual.
Coordinate UAS flight/mission planning and briefing with all applicable agencies prior to the commencement of operations.
Coordinate with applicable agencies to facilitate UAS access to and utilization of necessary airspace to support operational requirements.
Support post-mission reporting and analysis. This shall include the following areas: UAS mission results lessons learned equipment effectiveness and status maintenance supply and logistics reports and accident and hazard potential reports.
Coordinate mishap response and safety efforts with the appropriate mishap response agencies and approve mishap response plans procedures and checklists for use in a UAS related mishap.
Provide scheduling monitoring post-sortie data collection report generation and records management support for the execution of manned proficiency flight training in support of currency requirements applicable to UAS air crew members.
Provides administrative oversight for all other contractor employees at the site.
Performs and conducts training.
Any other task as assigned by supervisor.
Equal Employment and Opportunity Statement: Battlespace Inc. is committed to the policy of providing equal employment opportunities for training compensation transfer promotion and other aspects of employment for all qualified applicants and employees without regard to sex race color religion national origin or ancestry age disability (physical or mental) sexual orientation gender identity transgender status genetic information or veteran status.
Managers and supervisors are required to ensure policies regarding hiring salary administration promotion and transfer are based solely on job requirements job performance and job-related criteria. In addition personnel policies and practices including those relating to compensation benefits transfer retention termination training self-development opportunities as well as social and recreational programs are administered without discrimination on the basis of race color religion sex age national origin disability (physical or mental) sexual orientation gender identity transgender status genetic information veteran status or other basis prohibited by federal state or local law.
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