Traffic Management Superintendent (WEX)
25.06.2019
DynCorp
OMAN-OCONUS-THUMRAIT

Job Summary
 
Manages DynCorp International staging, storage and transshipment operations at assigned Site. Provides senior supervisory role by controlling and administering all DynCorp WRM Traffic Management activities, utilizing all available modes of transportation. Responsible for direct oversight of all In-Transit Visibility, tracking and tracing operations using all available systems. Provides senior supervisory capability to PSO TMO staff in the planning, processing and execution of all shipments via line haul. Directly responsible in the timely and accurate completion of all related Transportation Reconciliation Listing (TARS) entries and the timely and accurate subsequent tracing actions. Completes and files DD 361 as required for TARs processes. Is the Primary Point of Contact for DynCorp WRM Program in oversight and compliance with the Container Management Program in the Wood Packing Material Program. May be the Senior TMO representative as part of MET teams during Temporary duties in support of Exercises and other taskings as required. Ensures operations and facilities are adequate to support the site. Responsible for, and participates in, quality assurance as part of the ISO 9001 program.
 
Principle Accountabilities

Provides local management of DynCorp International personnel and assets. Responsible to the Transportation Manager for the health and welfare of assigned personnel. 
Prioritizes and schedules work based on higher headquarters taskings, known flow of trucks and cargo, site related assignments, vacation and TDY schedules.
Coordinates with specific site's Traffic Management Offices (TMOs) for all WRM Program transportation requirements. Coordinates sealift requirements with specific site and with Surface Deployment and Distribution Command (SDDC) personnel. Inputs bookings for Ocean Movement for all LRC taskings directly into the Integrated Booking System (IBS).Ensures all cargo movements are monitored and reported IAW DynCorp Traffic Management SOP, Work Instruction and Governing DOD/AF directives. Monitors all transportation mode processes. Ensures sites/PSO TMO functions enter data into the Transportation Management System (TMS) as required by appropriate Work Instructions.Ensures hazardous materials are properly inspected, documented and certified. Ensures all cargo that does not meet transportation standards is frustrated until discrepancies are corrected. Provides technical assistance in loading/unloading 463L pallets, containers, trucks and loading/unloading vessels to include operating MHE or other vehicles.Initiates and completes DD361, Transportation Discrepancy Report (TDR), as required. Forwards reports to appropriate office of final action as detailed in DOD 4500.09R, Defense Transportation Regulation (DTR).Coordinates Port Handling and Inland Transportation (PHIT) requirements with Site TMOs and supervises in-country PHIT operations as a designated Work Monitor. Ensures Truck Logs are maintained IAW DynCorp Traffic Management SOP Work Instruction for PHIT.Ensures expeditions inbound and outbound Customs clearances are processed for trucks and cargo entering or departing the country. Maintains strict accountability indicating when trucks arrive at borders, when customs processing is initiated, when trucks are physically processed through borders and when trucks arrive or depart.Direct oversight of site functions concerning the Container Management Module of the Integrated Booking System (IBS-CMM).Direct oversight of all sites in their compliance with the requirements of the Wood Packaging Material WPM) program.Maintains publications, forms and files required for PHIT, port and other TMO operations. 
Implements, documents and controls quality, training, environment and safety programs.When deployed to support transportation movements\:Maintains liaison with Air Mobility Command (AMC) in the event transshipped cargo is diverted to airlift. Maintains the capability to prepare and document cargo for airlift. Ensures subordinates safely operate and maintain assigned vehicles and equipment, as required. May be required to operate MHE to support the movement of WRM assets.Assigned as the Alternate Program Coordinator for the DynCorp International Hazardous Materials Training Program.Alternate trainer for the DynCorp International Hazardous Materials Training Program.Performs other duties as assigned by the Transportation Manager.
Knowledge & Skills

Qualified to operating MHE.
Must be computer literate and be able to operate software programs relating to Traffic Management Operations and office administration.Must have completed training to prepare, certify and/or inspect Hazardous Materials for Transportation, currency not required.
Experience & Education

Minimum of 10 years supervisory experience in traffic management (TMO), air terminal and/or marine transportation operations.
Work experience in acceptance, preparation, processing, inspection, documentation and cargo handling procedures for sealift operations is required.
Experienced in containerizing cargo.
Ability to obtain and maintain the required security clearance. 
Physical Requirements/Working Environment

Must be able to work out of doors for an extended period.
Travel

Ability to travel domestically and internationally.
Job Summary
 
Manages DynCorp International staging, storage and transshipment operations at assigned Site. Provides senior supervisory role by controlling and administering all DynCorp WRM Traffic Management activities, utilizing all available modes of transportation. Responsible for direct oversight of all In-Transit Visibility, tracking and tracing operations using all available systems. Provides senior supervisory capability to PSO TMO staff in the planning, processing and execution of all shipments via line haul. Directly responsible in the timely and accurate completion of all related Transportation Reconciliation Listing (TARS) entries and the timely and accurate subsequent tracing actions. Completes and files DD 361 as required for TARs processes. Is the Primary Point of Contact for DynCorp WRM Program in oversight and compliance with the Container Management Program in the Wood Packing Material Program. May be the Senior TMO representative as part of MET teams during Temporary duties in support of Exercises and other taskings as required. Ensures operations and facilities are adequate to support the site. Responsible for, and participates in, quality assurance as part of the ISO 9001 program.
 
Principle Accountabilities

Provides local management of DynCorp International personnel and assets. Responsible to the Transportation Manager for the health and welfare of assigned personnel. 
Prioritizes and schedules work based on higher headquarters taskings, known flow of trucks and cargo, site related assignments, vacation and TDY schedules.
Coordinates with specific site's Traffic Management Offices (TMOs) for all WRM Program transportation requirements. Coordinates sealift requirements with specific site and with Surface Deployment and Distribution Command (SDDC) personnel. Inputs bookings for Ocean Movement for all LRC taskings directly into the Integrated Booking System (IBS).Ensures all cargo movements are monitored and reported IAW DynCorp Traffic Management SOP, Work Instruction and Governing DOD/AF directives. Monitors all transportation mode processes. Ensures sites/PSO TMO functions enter data into the Transportation Management System (TMS) as required by appropriate Work Instructions.Ensures hazardous materials are properly inspected, documented and certified. Ensures all cargo that does not meet transportation standards is frustrated until discrepancies are corrected. Provides technical assistance in loading/unloading 463L pallets, containers, trucks and loading/unloading vessels to include operating MHE or other vehicles.Initiates and completes DD361, Transportation Discrepancy Report (TDR), as required. Forwards reports to appropriate office of final action as detailed in DOD 4500.09R, Defense Transportation Regulation (DTR).Coordinates Port Handling and Inland Transportation (PHIT) requirements with Site TMOs and supervises in-country PHIT operations as a designated Work Monitor. Ensures Truck Logs are maintained IAW DynCorp Traffic Management SOP Work Instruction for PHIT.Ensures expeditions inbound and outbound Customs clearances are processed for trucks and cargo entering or departing the country. Maintains strict accountability indicating when trucks arrive at borders, when customs processing is initiated, when trucks are physically processed through borders and when trucks arrive or depart.Direct oversight of site functions concerning the Container Management Module of the Integrated Booking System (IBS-CMM).Direct oversight of all sites in their compliance with the requirements of the Wood Packaging Material WPM) program.Maintains publications, forms and files required for PHIT, port and other TMO operations. 
Implements, documents and controls quality, training, environment and safety programs.When deployed to support transportation movements\:Maintains liaison with Air Mobility Command (AMC) in the event transshipped cargo is diverted to airlift. Maintains the capability to prepare and document cargo for airlift. Ensures subordinates safely operate and maintain assigned vehicles and equipment, as required. May be required to operate MHE to support the movement of WRM assets.Assigned as the Alternate Program Coordinator for the DynCorp International Hazardous Materials Training Program.Alternate trainer for the DynCorp International Hazardous Materials Training Program.Performs other duties as assigned by the Transportation Manager.
Knowledge & Skills

Qualified to operating MHE.
Must be computer literate and be able to operate software programs relating to Traffic Management Operations and office administration.Must have completed training to prepare, certify and/or inspect Hazardous Materials for Transportation, currency not required.
Experience & Education

Minimum of 10 years supervisory experience in traffic management (TMO), air terminal and/or marine transportation operations.
Work experience in acceptance, preparation, processing, inspection, documentation and cargo handling procedures for sealift operations is required.
Experienced in containerizing cargo.
Ability to obtain and maintain the required security clearance. 
Physical Requirements/Working Environment

Must be able to work out of doors for an extended period.
Travel

Ability to travel domestically and internationally.

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