Job details

Salary$69,000 – $74,000 a yearJob TypeFull-time

Full Job Description

Assistant Terminal Manager: Applicants should have at least 6 years experience working in military or commercial fuels management 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.

The Assistant Terminal Manager (ATM) reports to the Terminal Manager and is responsible for supervising fuel and cryogenic operations. He or she manages both contractor and government furnished resources to safely execute fuels and cryogenic services. The ATM schedules employees to meet mission requirements based on projected workload factors to ensure operations are conducted in accordance with all applicable governing requirements. The ATM will be experienced in the operation of bulk storage tank farms including the receipt, storage, transfer and issue of petroleum products. The ATM will possess comprehensive knowledge on the use of mobile refueling units and installed hydrant systems to perform both cold and hot refueling operations. The ATM monitors fuel servicing operations, corrects deficiencies and terminates any unsafe operations. The ATM ensures daily inspections are conducted on facilities, equipment and vehicles. He or she will be knowledgeable on receiving, storing, issuing and sampling cryogenic products. The ATM may also hold collateral duties as Compliance Inspector, Safety Monitor, Environmental Manager and/or Training Supervisor unless prohibited by collective bargaining agreements. Finally, the ATM performs additional duties as assigned by the Terminal Manager.

Primary Duties and Responsibilities

  • Validates Performance Work Statement (PWS) tasks are conducted safely and maintains a safe work environment
  • Collaborates with Fuel Service Center on workload and coordinates/schedules personnel to meet changes in workflow
  • Trains operators on parking ramps, runway crossings, taxiways and control tower signals
  • Conducts on-the-job training for operators and updates training records
  • Facilitates flight line driving and licensing program
  • Manages consolidated tool kit program
  • Oversees organizational tank management program
  • Maintains strict compliance with environmental protection, spill prevention and response
  • Establishes training programs and ensures personnel are qualified to perform duties
  • Fulfills Terminal Manager duties and responsibilities during incumbent’s absence

Essential Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

  • Ability to read, write, speak and understand English fluently
  • Ability to multi-task and prioritize workload in a fast paced environment
  • Ability to research and interpret regulatory guidance to include DLA-Energy policies
  • Ability to pass flight line driving tests and meet vision requirements
  • Ability to communicate both orally and in writing
  • Proficient on use of Microsoft Office products to include Word, Excel and Power point
  • Proven leadership and analytical skills
  • Prior experience working with DLA-Energy capitalized fuels operations
  • Knowledgeable of OSHA requirements for fuels and cryogenic operations
  • Knowledgeable of DLA-Energy Sustainment, Restoration and Modernization program


  • Air Force Fuels Career Field (or sister service equivalent) seven-skill level (2F071) or nine-skill level (2F091) or similar commercial/military standard
  • Must have completed or be scheduled to attend the DLA-Energy Terminal Manger/Responsible Office Course and recurring training requirements IAW DLA-Energy Policy P-32.

Education and Experience

  • High School diploma or equivalent
  • Minimum of five-years experience supervising fuels and cryogenic operations

Minimum Requirements

  • Possess or be able to obtain a SECRET security clearance, if required by contract
  • Must be able to pass DoD background check
  • Successfully pass drug screening test
  • Legal right to work in the United States
  • Must be available to respond after hours as necessitated by mission requirements
  • Possess an understanding of basic mathematical skills
  • Ability to stand for prolonged periods of time
  • Be capable of lifting up to 40 pounds
  • Must be able to occasionally climb aboveground fuel storage tanks and tank trucks
  • Frequent stooping, bending and walking may be required in the performance of duties

Work Environment

  • Duties are performed both indoors and outdoors in all types of weather conditions, including rain, cold, snow or extreme heat

Job Type: Full-time

Pay: $69,000.00 – $74,000.00 per year


  • 401(k)
  • Health insurance
  • Paid time off
  • Vision insurance


  • Monday to Friday