Air Traffic Control Specialist Terminal/RADAR

Job Overview

The Air Traffic Control Supervisor will manage all day-to-day facility operations pertaining to maintaining safe and efficient aircraft separation IAW FAAO 7110.65, AFI 13-204v1-4, and AFCENT Supplement 13-204v1-3.


Essential Requirements:

  • Coordinate and supervise the control of aircraft operating in assigned airspace areas and air and surface vehicular traffic operating on runways, taxiways and other designated movement areas on the airfield.
  • Conduct shift crew relief briefings on applicable Notice to Airman (NOTAMs), weather conditions/forecast, equipment status, field conditions and special operations prior to assuming any control position.
  • Assign personnel to operating positions according to an individual’s qualifications and training requirements.
  • Notify responsible Search and Rescue (SAR) and crash/rescue agencies of aircraft distress and other emergencies.
  • Evaluate equipment for operational readiness, recording equipment outages and actions taken to correct any discrepancies.
  • Document all ATC equipment abnormalities.
  • Continuously monitor and report NAVAID status.
  • Supervise proper coordination with C2 agencies.
  • Facilitate daily CRM operations. Accomplish operational equipment checks at every shift change.
  • Provide trainee position qualification recommendations. (Operate Mardam-Bey Internet Relay Chat (mIRC) or other communication equipment as directed.


Minimum Requirements:

  • Graduate of an approved DoD or FAA ATC course.
  • Five (5) years of experience minimum, One (1) year of experience must be from performing in a like type facility.
  • Knowledge of ATC rules, regulations, and techniques; control tower and approach control operations.
  • Shall hold an FAA Control Tower Operator (CTO) certificate or FAA Credential with Tower rating if staffed in a Control Tower.
  • Must currently have and be able to maintain a Security Clearance. Note: US Citizenship is required for the clearance.
  • Ability to obtain and maintain FAA Class II Medical Certificate



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