Constellis Data Records Representative in Afghanistan-AFG, Afghanistan
This position is located at Afghanistan.
The Data Records Representative will work at the CATO Yard, HKIA Afghanistan Working conditions in Afghanistan are arduous and includes heat and dust, frequently involving much physical exertion and exposure to the elements and aircraft related hazards. FLS Operations will be of a 24 hour nature taking place both day and night and may include routine air travel.
Must be a US citizen
Must hold US SECRET clearance
Must have proven experience with:
US aerial port record keeping procedures
Knowledgeable of all aerial port generated cargo and passenger reports
Reconciling cargo discrepancy reports
Required passenger billing actions
Fluent in English to a minimum level of 3333 in accordance with STANAG 6001
Must be able to obtain and hold a KAF airfield driving licence
Be familiar with NATO, ICAO, STANAG and ISO terminology
Experience of working on operations in austere remote sites or in developing nations
Ex--military background at Junior Non-Commissioned Officer (JNCO) level or civilian equivalent
The Data Records representative manages, handles, and submits all paperwork and reports generated by the aerial port work centers.
Prepare the Monthly Station Traffic Handling Report, USCENTAF 7107 within the first ten days of each month or as directed by AFCENT/A4R.
Manage the Short, Over, and lost Shipment Reports, AFCENT Daily Pallet Backlog Report Complete.
Prepare locally produced reports that reflects the amount of movement ready channel cargo/mail on hand and cargo moved on channel missions in the last 24 hours, as well as other necessary data for efficient application of airlift and other overall management actions.
Create, maintain, dispose, and stage or achieve government-required records lAW Records Disposition Schedule (AFRIMS), Table 24-01, 24-02, 24-03.
Provide the original record or a reproducible copy of any such record within three (3) working days of receipt of the request.
Complete and file all flight transactions and related documentation within forty-eight (48) hours of aircraft departure.
Perform post flight procedures within twenty-four (24) hours of aircraft departure to validated manifest data and associate actions are completed.
Research disputed billing requests and forward one (1) copy of the movement documents to the requester within forty-eight (48) hours of receipt of the request.
Research documentation retained by the contractor and prepare reports (i.e., special account handling, duplicate bookings, passenger movement statistics, etc.) within forty-either (48) hours of request.
Maintain a copy of all research requests for a period of ninety (90) calendar days.
Audit and correct all errors and discrepancies within twenty-four (24) hours of discovery or notification.
Will be required to perform various miscellaneous administrative tasks as directed.
Monitor and report discrepancies for deletion of cargo from the GATES Database.
Notify duty sections of "can't locate cargo" or "short shipped cargo and initiate Transportation Discrepancy reporting as outline in AMCI 24-101 Vol 6 and AFCENT Aerial Port LOI.
Run, QC and monitor reports IAW AMCI24-101V6.
Will also ensure adequate supplies are kept on hand. Supplies can include office supplies, banding materials, seals, and other items necessary to sustain operation.
Any other tasks as directed by up-line management.