Fuels Terminal Manager
Website Katmai Government Services
Education: High School or Equivalent
Career Level: Professional
% of Travel Required: 0-25%
Manages all facets of the fuels management contract requirements. Acts as the single point of contact for coordinating, controlling, and directing fuel and RP-1 operations to ensure all customer requirements are fulfilled in a safe/proficient manner.
- Manage the requisition, receipt, storage, issue, handling, quality control and accounting of petroleum products and Rocket Propellants (RP-1) IAW DLA-Energy policies and procedures.
Maintain sufficient product inventories to meet daily demand and minimum Inventory Management Plan (IMP) requirements.
- Establish product rotation procedures for all fuel products IAW DoD 4140.25-M.
- Manage fuels and RP-1 products to meet on-time requirements of supported organizations and transient aircraft.
- Schedule personnel and provides fuel support utilizing aircraft flying schedules and priority designation provided by wing leadership.
- Ensure fuel services are conducted in a safe manner.
- Provide fuels expeditor for aircraft fuels operations when available or required.
- Meet or exceed compliance and federal, state and local environmental requirements.
- Ensure fuels account reconciliation is timely and accurate IAW DLA-Energy policies and procedures.
- Ensure proper security and storage of all facilities and equipment.
- Establish an effective inspection and preventive maintenance program for all petroleum and facilities, to include a corrosion control/wash schedule for refueling vehicles.
- Ensure inspection forms are properly annotated and filed.
- Ensure that off-specification fuel is not issued to aircraft, equipment or vehicles.
- Ensure personnel receive fire, emergency generator and flight line drivers training as required.
- Provide a Report of Petroleum, Oil and Lubricants (REPOL) as required or directed.
- Establish a base organizational tank inspection program IAW AFI 23-204.
- Establish and maintain a base tank custodian training program.
Preferred Skills, Training and Education:
- Knowledge of:
- Department of Defense, DLA-ENERGY, AFPET and Air Force fuels management instructions and procedures
- receipt, handling, and storage methods
- properties and characteristics of liquid propellant, gases, oxidizers, and petroleum products
- safety precautions
- laboratory procedures
- fuels automated system procedures
- accounting procedures
- the theory and fundamentals of operating budget preparation
- logistics planning
- principles of inventory control
- freight transportation
- statistical methods and procedures.
- Associates Degree in a related discipline preferred. In lieu of degree, relevant work experience may be substituted on a year for year basis.
- Must have attended the one-week Terminal Managers/Responsible Officers Course
- Must have a current or obtain a Commercial Driver’s License (CDL), Class B.
- Must have significant, specialized commercial or military experience in fuel terminal operations and maintenance performing and supervising tasks equivalent to an AF Fuels Management seven-skill level (2F071) or above personnel or similar commercial/military standard.
- Ability obtain and maintain a valid secret security clearance (U.S Citizenship is required).
- Must be able to read, write, speak, and fluently understand English.
- Applicants selected will be subject to a government security investigation and must be able to meet and maintain eligibility requirements for access.