Military Airlift Coordination Center International Liaison, Senior

Key Role:

Establish and cultivate working relationships with international airlift stakeholders at multiple headquarters leading to agreements which enable and promote airlift operations in the USINDOPACOM Area of Responsibility by mobility forces from U.S. Allies and Partners.  Interaction at the Ministry of Defense level is required.  Identify actions which may impede international cooperation.  Identify equities of international partners and opportunities to address equities via airlift support to bi-lateral and multi-lateral military exercises and other events such as disaster response activities where military cargo or personnel are airlifted. This position requires international travel.

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 in development of international agreements supporting logistics activities, including direct interaction with U.S. Allies or Partners such as Major Headquarters to Ministry of Defense

-Experience working collaboratively with U.S. Allies and Partners, including support to bi-lateral or multi-lateral military exercises

-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)

-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

-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

-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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