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Airfield Planner in Okinawa at Booz Allen Hamilton Inc.

Date Posted: 3/15/2019

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Job Number: R0048369

Airfield Planner

Key Role:
Serve as an expert technical consultant for all assigned airfield and associated system projects. Maintain responsibility for functional review and project coordination for projects issues. Apply technical expertise in planning and project development to airfield facilities, systems, and studies for communications, navigation, surveillance, and air traffic management systems, including buildings, runways, taxiways, aprons, and other support facilities. Work on systems and studies for air traffic control facilities and systems, tactical air navigation (TACAN), precision approach radar (PAR), instrument landing system (ILS), airfield lighting and marking, airfield approach lighting, precision approach path indicators (PAPI) and radar, aircraft arresting gear, aircraft communication receiver and transmitter facilities, digital air surveillance radar (DASR), airfield weather systems, tactical automated security systems, Air Installation Compatible Use Zones, Terminal Instrument Procedures, obstruction marking and lighting plans, airfield imaginary safety surface planning, and other airfield projects. Review, analyze, and update Basic Facility Requirements (BFRs), facility requirements, planning, project management, and operations and maintenance (O&M) to accomplish the management and administration of assigned projects. 

Basic Qualifications:

-3+ years of experience with airfield planning for a military project

-Experience with airfield navigation, surveillance, and airfield systems, including air traffic control systems

-Experience with military air traffic operations, airfield certification, and customer acceptance activities

-Knowledge of International Civil Aviation Organization and Federal Aviation Administration requirements for airfield systems and facilities

-Knowledge of current developments and trends in airfield requirements, systems and technology

-Knowledge of military facilities planning documents, including BFRs and guiding directives

-Knowledge of USMC and DoD policies, missions, and functions

-HS diploma or GED and 6 years of experience with facilities and engineering or BA or BS degree in Engineering

Additional Qualifications:

-Knowledge of the coordination requirements involved in the execution of complex systems infrastructure projects

-MS degree in an Engineering field

-Project Management Certification desired

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