Dispatcher Computer Operator (DCO)
Company: UNITED PARADYNE CORPORATION
Posted on: June 25, 2022
Under the direction of the Terminal Manager, Dispatchers shall be
skilled in the use of the site specific dispatch system, Fuels
Manager Defense (FMD) Dispatch Module and Business System
Management-Enterprise (BSM-E)/Enterprise Business system (EBS).
Those skills shall include the use of the real time dispatch
system, the manipulation data within the Fuels Manager system and
related fuel management modules and status boards system. The
dispatcher shall have the capability to analyze hardware / software
related problems to maintain accurate input flow, data retrieval,
and output validity. In addition, dispatcher shall be knowledgeable
in standard use of radio communications, instructions / regulations
pertaining to fueling and defueling of government and civilian
aircraft, and government forms used to document aircraft fuel
Via hand-held radio dispatch truck drivers. Perform administrative
role by answering phones, filing the appropriate paperwork,
monitoring driver progress and processing orders.
They must demonstrate familiarity with the layout of the base and
outlying fields as well as the airfield and aircraft parking areas
and restriction applicable to servicing aircraft within those
areas. Individuals acting as dispatchers maybe called upon to
service aircraft on occasion and shall be capable to communicate in
English, both orally and writing.
Ability to logon, shutdown, initiate modems, manipulate files,
install applications, send and receive e-mails, and to use web
browsers to send and receive information.
The use of Microsoft standard office products of Word, Excel, and
Power Point, and other commercial off the shelf applications and
utilities to ensure that daily fuel operations are conducted in an
effective and efficient manner
Familiar with, and experienced in Department of Defense (DOD) or
commercial petroleum operations and concepts to include
conventional aviation fuel servicing procedures.
Knowledgeable of petroleum system inspection and maintenance
practices and capable to identify and mitigate potentially
Capable to participate in extensive operational and safety training
associated with hazardous material and equipment handling.
Working familiarity with Fuels Manager Fuels Control Center User
Manual -Navy edition.
Must be able to obtain and maintain applicable base
accesses/clearances as required by DLA.
Knowledgeable of radio communications, instructions/regulations
pertaining to fueling and defueling of Government and civilian
aircraft, and Government forms used to document aircraft fuel
Demonstrate familiarity with the layout of the base and outlying
fields as well as the airfield and aircraft parking areas and
restrictions applicable to servicing aircraft within those
Highly prefer candidates able to obtain and maintain a Class A
Commercial Drivers License (CDL) with all pertinent Hazardous
Material endorsements as prescribed by the Department of
Transportation (DOT) preferred.
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