Assistant Site Manager (ASM) – Aircraft Refuel/Defuel Services Functions
Website DGC International
Education: High School or Equivalent
Career Level: Experienced
% of Travel Required: 10%
Company Phone: +17036526056
About DGC International
DGC International, a mission-ready ISO 9001:2015 company, provides worldwide Logistics, Operations, Training, and Mission Support services to clients in the Department of Defense, Department of State, and other U.S. Government agencies. The company is headquartered in McLean, VA. Please see www.DGCI.com for more information.
DGC International is an Equal Opportunity Employer
THIS IS A PROPOSAL REQUISITION. ALL EMPLOYMENT DISCUSSIONS AND OFFERS ARE FULLY CONTINGENT UPON DGCI BEING AWARDED THE WORK FROM THE U.S. GOVERNMENT.
Project Overview: Provide aircraft refuel/defuel services functions at and near the United States Army Aviation Center of Excellence (USAACE), Fort Rucker, Alabama to obtain safe, efficient, cost-effective refuel/defuel services through continuous improvement programs and using industry best practices while ensuring compliance with all applicable laws, rules and regulations.
All aircraft participating in flight training are to be refueled in the most efficient, safe and expedient method. No aircraft will be turned away or refused refuel service based upon the location or type of aircraft requesting fuel
Assistant Site Manager (ASM) Position Overview and Primary Responsibilities
- The ASM will serve as On Site Manager (OSM) in the Primary OSM’s absence.
- The ASM shall have the authority to make management decisions, direct on-site contractor personnel, and support levels of corporate management and the military structure applicable to this contract.
- The ASM is responsible for ensuring policies, procedures, personnel, training and equipment guards their employees’ safety, health, and ensures compliance with OSHA regulations.
- ASM will ensure that the Contractor and their subcontractors perform work in accordance with an applicable and compliant accident prevention program meeting State and Federal, local and Fort Rucker requirements for their employees’ and the public safety.
- The ASM may have collateral duties such as the training, safety monitor or driver/operator as may be required to supplement the day-to-day workforce.
This job description is not an exhaustive list of all functions that the employee may be required to perform, and the employee may be required to perform additional functions. Additionally, DGC International reserves the right to revise this job description at any time. All applicants should know that employment with DGC International is At-Will.
Preferred Skills, Training and Education:
Required Qualifications and Experience
- Minimum of two (2) years’ experience in petroleum services operations and supervisory experience gained within five years immediately prior contract start date or the individual’s hiring date.
- Have formal training in fuel operations and management.
- Proven knowledge and experience in the management, operation, and maintenance of:Bulk fuel storage and distribution systems/facilities.
- Mobile fuel servicing equipment to include truck based direct refueling equipment.
- The quality surveillance of aviation fuel products and support applicable to the contracted activity.
- Aviation fuel inventory, accounting, and administration principles and practices
- The administration and oversight of automated Preventive Maintenance systems and programs.
- Practical experience in the basic design and layout of petroleum facilities, component makeup and flow characteristics of fuel storage and distribution, and the ability to read and understand basic drawings, blueprints, and system specifications.
- Possess strong computer skills.