Careers

TK&K Services, LLC is accepting resumes from highly qualified individuals to staff various locations throughout the United States and Europe. We are committed to providing the highest level of service and quality to our clients, and career growth and opportunity to our employees. If you are interested in any of the career opportunities described below contact us at careers@tkandk.com.

Edwards AFB, CA
TK&K Services has immediate openings for a Terminal Manager, Assistant Terminal Manager, Compliance Manager, as well as a full time laboratory technician and full and part time FDSO/Drivers at Edwards AFB, CA. All interested applicants, including the incumbent management team, are encouraged to respond as soon as possible. This contract was just recently awarded to TK&K Services and we are actively hiring for these positions.
 
Terminal Manager: Applicants must have at least 10 years experience working in military fuels operations, at least 5 of which will be at the management/supervision level. Experience base should cover the full range of operations conducted at Edwards AFB, including all aspects of bulk petroleum terminal operations, aircraft servicing, cryogenic operations, fuels accountability, automation equipment and initiatives, quality control, budget control and logistics planning. Applicants shall have successfully completed either the Fuels Mgt. Officer Course (C30ZR6421-000) or the Petroleum Logistics Mgt. Course (J3AZR2F091-001) or approved commercial equivalent and the DLA Responsible Officer/Terminal Manager course.
Assistant Terminal Manager: Applicants should have at least 6 years experience working in military fuels operations, at least 2 of which will be at the management/supervision level. Experience base should cover the full range of operations conducted at Edwards AFB, including all aspects of bulk petroleum terminal operations, aircraft servicing, cryogenic operations, fuels accountability, automation equipment and initiatives, quality control, budget control and logistics planning. Ideal applicants will have successfully completed either the Fuels Mgt. Officer Course (C30ZR6421-000) or the Petroleum Logistics Mgt. Course (J3AZR2F091-001) or approved commercial equivalent and the DLA Responsible Officer/Terminal Manager Course.
Compliance Manager: Applicants should have at least 6 years experience working in and providing quality control/compliance oversight of military fuels operations or the commercial equivalent. Experience base should cover the full range of operations conducted at Edwards AFB, including quality control/compliance of all aspects of bulk petroleum terminal operations, aircraft servicing, cryogenic operations, fuels accountability, automation equipment and initiatives, quality control, budget control and logistics planning.
 
Laboratory Technician: Applicants must have at least 2 years of documented commercial or military fuels laboratory experience. Candidates will have successfully completed the Air Force Quality Control course (J3AZR2F051-001) or the Army Quartermaster Petroleum Laboratory Specialist course. $29.02 hourly
FDSO (full and part time): Applicants should have at least 2 years of documented commercial or military fuels handling experience. All vehicle operators must have a valid state commercial driver’s license (CDL) with at least Class B with Tanker and Hazmat Endorsement or be willing to obtain one. Hours will depend upon your availability. $25.42 hour
 
All applicants must be able to obtain a SECRET security clearance to be considered.
 
Resumes may be sent directly to kelly.scott1@tkandk.com. Please include the position you are applying for in the subject line of your email.
 
Feel free to contact us directly if you have any questions, Monday – Friday from 0800 – 1800 MST at 770-844-8710 ext 105 or 113.

 

Fort Rucker, AL
TK&K Services is now accepting resumes for a Program Manager, Alternate Program Manager and Safety Manager for the US Army’s Alongside Fueling contract at Fort Rucker, Alabama. This contract provides “alongside” and “into-plane” fueling operations on various army aircraft located at five Base-fields, fifteen Stage-fields and the Aerial Gunnery Range in the Fort Rucker local flying area. The US Army is in the process of accepting proposals for the Fort Rucker AL and we anticipate contract award will occur within the next 120 days. We are encouraging interested applicants, including incumbent personnel, to respond. Resumes can be sent to careers@tkandk.com. Please include the position you are applying for in the subject line of your email. You can contact us at 770-844-8710 ext 105 or 113 with questions. Prerequisites/experience are as follows:

Program Manager: Applicants must have significant, specialized commercial or military experience with managing Alongside fueling operations, to include bulk fuel storage and distribution systems/facilities, mobile and direct fuel servicing equipment (aviation and ground), quality surveillance, inventory, accounting, and administration. Practical experience in the basic design and layout of petroleum facilities, component makeup and flow characteristics of storage piping systems, and the ability to read and understand basic drawings, blueprints, and system specifications is also required. Applicants shall have significant, relevant, and preferably recent supervisory experience. Although general supervisory experience may be included, specialized supervisory experience with alongside fueling operations and/or fuel terminal operations with emphasis in terminal maintenance, operations and environmental compliance must be predominant. Applicants who have successfully completed DLA-Energy’s formal Responsible Officer/Terminal Manager course are preferred. The Program Manager must be able to obtain and maintain a security clearance at the National Agency check (NACI) level.

Alternate Program Manager: Applicants must have a minimum of two years’ supervisory experience as well as significant, specialized commercial or military experience with Alongside fueling operations, bulk fuel storage and distribution systems/facilities, mobile and direct fuel servicing equipment (aviation and ground), quality surveillance, inventory, accounting, and administration. Practical experience in the basic design and layout of petroleum facilities, component makeup and flow characteristics of storage piping systems, and the ability to read and understand basic drawings, blueprints, and system specifications is preferred. Well qualified applicants will have successfully completed DLA-Energy’s formal Responsible Officer/Terminal Manager course. The Assistant Program Manager must be able to obtain and maintain a security clearance at the National Agency check (NACI) level.

Safety Manager: Applicants must have, as a minimum, two years’ experience as a petroleum safety technician or possess a degree in safety management from an accredited institution. Well qualified applicants will be familiar with the contracts applicable governing documents (US Army regulations, OSHA, DoT, NFPA, EPA and DLA-Energy Policies and Instructions) and experienced with ensuring compliance of these as well as all company policies in the workplace. Applicants must have: Ability to interpret written procedures, and ability to read, write and speak English. Demonstrated the ability to multi-task, adjust to changing priorities, and complete work on time. Demonstrated ability to handle pressure and be successful in stressful situations. Demonstrated the ability to be a team player; ability to communicate effectively and work harmoniously with others. Be proficient with Microsoft, Windows, Excel, Word, Power Point and Outlook. The Safety Manager must be able to obtain and maintain a security clearance at the National Agency check (NACI) level.

Please note: These positions are contingent upon contract award

DLA-Energy is in the process of accepting proposals for each of these Alongside Aircraft Servicing contracts and although contract awards are still months away, we are encouraging interested applicants, including incumbent personnel, to respond. Resumes can be sent to careers@tkandk.com Please include the position and site you are applying for in the subject line of your email. Feel free to contact Ken Standifer (Operations Manager) directly with any questions you may have at 770-844-8710 ext 105.Terminal Manager, Assistant Terminal Manager, and Fuel Distribution System Mechanic at the following locations:

Terminal Manager – NAS Coronado, CA; F.E. Warren AFB, WY; Malmstrom AFB, MT; DFSP Tampa, FL
Assistant Terminal Manager – NAS Coronado, CA; DFSP Tampa, FL
Fuel Distribution System Mechanic (FDSM) – NAS Coronado, CA; DFSP Tampa, FL

Terminal Managers: must have significant, specialized commercial or military experience with bulk fuel storage and distribution systems/facilities, mobile and direct fuel servicing equipment (aviation and ground), quality surveillance, inventory, accounting, and administration. Practical experience in the basic design and layout of petroleum facilities, component makeup and flow characteristics of storage piping systems, and the ability to read and understand basic drawings, blueprints, and system specifications is also required. Applicants shall have significant, relevant, and preferably recent supervisory experience. Although general supervisory experience may be included, specialized supervisory experience in fuel terminal operations with emphasis in terminal maintenance, operations and environmental compliance must be predominant.

Assistant Terminal Mangers: Applicants must have a minimum of two years’ experience. One year must be supervisory experience gained within five years immediately prior to the proposed hiring date. That experience must be specialized supervisory experience in bulk storage and mobile fuel servicing with emphasis on operations, equipment maintenance, and environmental compliance.

FDSM: Applicants must be capable of inspection, evaluating conditions of, and maintaining fuel storage tanks, pipelines, and piping systems, product pump, filter, meter, gauge, and flow control mechanisms, manifold and valve systems, and other related petroleum system components. Additionally, applicants must be capable of detecting/recognizing system component malfunction, misalignment, leak, and adjustment issues and performing scheduled and unscheduled fuel system maintenance within the scope of the contract. Finally, applicants must be capable of removing, repairing and replacing system components, and have a basic knowledge of automated tank gauging systems, high/low level alarms, and cathodic protection systems

Continental US, Europe

  • Bulk Fuel Terminal Superintendents
  • Fuel Distribution Systems Mechanics
  • Fuel Distribution Systems Operator