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To serve as a Flight Follower in the Operations Control Center (OCC) to ensure the OCC serves its primary mission of managing the airlines operations to the highest degree of safety and efficiency. This includes the responsibility of driving Standard Operating Procedures (SOP's), Irregular Operations (IROPS) and ensuring that the best service is provided to the customer by effectively planning and communicating.
To plan, release and monitor flights in accordance with applicable Federal Regulations and Mountain Air Cargo, Inc. (MAC) policies and procedures
Monitors the status of all company flights from the pre-flight planning, then from the time of departure until the completion of the flight
Work in a Team Environment with a Positive Attitude
Collects and disseminates weather and aeronautical information to Flight Crews
Ensures all ground handling, deicing, fuel, landing/departure slots, and landing/overfly permits are in order prior to releasing a flight
Identifies, anticipates, and takes corrective action to minimize actual/potential delays due to weather, scheduling, operations, crew legality, maintenance issues or any other operational disruption
Advises appropriate personnel of potential/actual delays and conditions affecting safety of flight
Coordinates with Maintenance Control to ensure aircraft status will permit the intended operation to be conducted safely and in accordance with applicable ATC, government regulations, and international policies
Ensures that MEL/CDL limitations or restrictions are evaluated and complied with
Determines airport suitability/risk assessment
Maintains a shift log for recording key data for all assigned flights and missions
Complies with all applicable federal/state health and safety regulations
Performs other duties, as assigned
High-school diploma or GED required
Previous Part 121 airline operations experience preferred
Valid FAA Part 121 Aircraft Dispatcher Certificate
Ability to pass a 10 year criminal history and background check
Able to pass a DOT Drug Screen and be enrolled in the company Drug and Alcohol Testing Program
Working knowledge of Microsoft Office programs (Outlook, Excel, Word)
Excellent written and oral communication
Time management skills, organization, and the ability to prioritize tasks.
SPECIAL POSITION REQUIREMENTS:
Some travel required.
WORKING CONDITIONS AND PHYSICAL EFFORT:
Work typically performed in an office environment. However, due to work requirements, may require frequent travel which will involve exposure to noise, chemicals, adverse temperatures and other similar hazards.
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