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Wing Airfield Driving Program Manager (ADPM)

Amentum

This is a Contract position in Dallas, TX posted August 21, 2021.

Job Summary: Responsible for managing the Airfield Driving Training Facility which administers and supervises the Airfield Drivers Training program in accordance with established requirements for all personnel assigned to Creech AFB (CAFB) and other specified locations.

The individual will be the Wing Airfield Driving Program Manager (ADPM) and will work directly with squadron commanders and section chiefs on all airfield driving course matters.

Position supervises the airfield driving program instructors and performs the tasks of the Airfield Operations Manager in their absence.

Essential Responsibilities:Work closely with Airfield Operations and the Airfield Manager in administering the airfield drivers training program.Develop and maintain a wing/base Airfield Driving Supplement to AFI 13-213.Provide Unit ADPMs a copy of the wing/base supplement to AFI 13-213, training curriculum, and testing materials to manage unit airfield driving program.Conduct a review of the wing/base supplement to AFI 13-213 to include procedural guidance, training/testing materials, diagrams, figures, and any other supportive information for currency and accuracy at least annually.Conduct an annual self-assessment of Wing Airfield Driving program using the Self-Assessment Communicator (SAC) loaded into Management Internal Control Toolset (MICT).Develop and maintain all course curriculum, give classroom instruction and maintain all airfield driving records for base assigned personnel.Conduct quality control measures to monitor the effectiveness of unit airfield driver training programs.Develop proactive approaches utilizing local resources, such as base paper, commanders access channel (TV), e-mail advisories, or unit briefings, in order to educate, inform and update personnel on airfield changes, trends and special events.Maintain current and accurate airfield driving training records, associated forms and listing of personnel authorized to drive on the airfield.Notify individuals Unit Commander, Unit ADPM and Airfield Operations Flight Commander when they commit a controlled movement area violation.Maintain a Wing ADPM Continuity Binder or electronic equivalent.Conduct semi-annual meetings with Unit ADPMs to provide training, brief Controlled Movement Area Violations, or trends.Coordinate on unit airfield driving lesson plans and tests.Ensures Unit ADPMs provide appropriate training to temporarily assigned personnel, Inspection/Survey Teams, and non-base assigned contractors based on type, location, time, and duration of work.Participate in the Runway Incursion Prevention Working Group (RIPWG).Provide the Unit ADPMs a standardized spreadsheet (or electronic equivalent) to monitor and track unit personnel authorized to drive on the airfield.Take immediate actions following a Controlled Movement Area Violation or Runway Incursion to correct any identified systematic problems and ensure interim control measures are applied until permanent corrections are made.Maintains current and accurate training and pre-testing materials.Notify individuals Unit Commander or contract Program Manager in writing after suspending an individuals airfield driving privileges.Participates in the Runway Incursion Prevention Working Group.Develop a local airfield diagram for the wing/base.Develop a local airfield diagram/layout test to ensure individuals know the location of runways, taxiways, aprons, perimeter road, and airfield access points.

Develop a written communication, general knowledge, and runway incursion on the wing/base supplement.Perform related duties as assigned or requested.

Minimum Requirements: Bachelors degree or equivalent combination of education/technical training and experience.

Extensive knowledge in airport driving procedures or must have completed an accredited Military or Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Airfield Management school.

6 Years in Airfield Management, at least 2 years as Wing or Unit Airfield Driving Program Manager or equivalent experience.

Possess knowledge of Airport driving policies and procedures; ability to manage a Wing Airfield Field Driving Program; must be able to work alone; must be able to complete assigned tasks with very minimal supervision.

Qualify for and maintain a Secret security clearance.

Possess a valid state issued drivers license.Work Environment, Physical Demands, and Mental Demands:Typical office environment with no unusual hazards, occasional lifting to 20 pounds, constant sitting while using the computer terminal, constant use of sight abilities while reviewing documents, constant use of speech/hearing abilities for communication, and constant mental alertness; must possess planning/organizing skills and be able to work under deadlines.

Prolonged sitting, viewing, speaking and remaining alert during driving instruction.

Work may be performed in moderate, variable weather conditions, including periods of time outdoors.

Routine travel is required.

Preferred Qualifications: Local CandidatesActive DoD Security Clearance

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