Military Airlift Management Specialist, Lead

Key Role:

Synchronize inter and intra-theater movement requirements and optimize airlift distribution, including coordination and deconfliction of multinational movements in concert with Multinational Operations Division for deployment and distribution operations. Coordinate strategic movement requirements, execute common-user modes, and provide in-transit visibility (ITV) and analysis of theater distribution requirements and capabilities to synchronize the entire spectrum of global mobility capabilities. Optimize the flow of combat capability and disaster response into, out of, and within the INDOPACOM AOR. Coordinate operations closely with the multiple deployment teams, including partner nations. Coordinate with Joint Logistics Enterprise (JLEnt) partners and multinational stakeholders to maintain situational awareness of worldwide deployment and distribution matters affecting operations within the region. Represent movement equities for non-combatant evacuation and deconflict competing movement requirements. This position requires non-standard work hours, as needed to support crisis and surge operations.

Basic Qualifications:

-5+ years of experience as a military logistics and sustainment operations or air mobility professional

-3+ years of experience with airlift operations and planning distribution

-2+ years of experience in supporting operations or planning in the INDOPACOM AOR

-Experience working with Movement Coordination Centre Europe (MCCE) construct and processes, including the European Transportation Command (EUCOM)

-Experience in the U.S. Transportation Command (USTRANSCOM) or Air Mobility Division (AMD)

-Experience with Joint Distribution and associated systems, including Integrated Data Environment (IDE) and Global Transportation Network (GTN) Convergence (IGC), Single Mobility System (SMS), and Global Decision Support System

-Experience with analyzing policies and writing information papers and concepts of operation (CONOPs) documents

-Ability to work non-standard work hours, as needed

-Secret clearance

-Bachelor's degree

Additional Qualifications:

-Experience with Lines of Effort that support the Joint Concept for Contested Logistics

-Experience with the entire spectrum of global resources and capabilities, including providing analysis of theater air, sea, and surface transportation resources by monitoring various in-transit visibility (ITV) systems

-Knowledge of the Air Mobility Command and Pacific Air Forces processes for requesting military airlift support

-Knowledge of DoDI 4500.53 and related regional transportation policy documents governing activities of the DoD Commercial Aircraft Review Board (CARB) and USINDOPACOM waiver processing

-Knowledge of Joint Campaign, Contingency, and Crisis Action Planning procedures, Joint Doctrine, and Joint Publication (JP) 4-0, JP 4-01 and JP 4-04

-Ability to work with requesting units, organizations, and headquarters staff to validate movement requirements, obtain Judge Advocate Review if required, deconflict schedules, and address diplomatic clearance, health, safety and security requirements in preparing documentation for military airlift support

-Ability to conduct strategic assessments and brief senior military leaders

-Ability to analyze and synthesize multiple data sets to determine the optimum transportation mode

-TS/SCI clearance

-Master's degree


Applicants selected will be subject to a security investigation and may need to meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information; Secret clearance is required.

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