KOA Cargo Manager 50K+ Based on Experience
ABOUT U.S. AVIATION
U.S. Aviation a United Service Companies, is a contracted ground handler for commercial airline carriers and cargo operators. Established in 1965, United Service Companies ("USC") began as a maintenance company and trade show service provider in Chicago, Illinois. Today, our company is comprised of five specialized groups that deliver unparalleled custodial, staffing, and security services for customers with diverse business needs from the Eastern Seaboard to Hawaii. Throughout, our company's overarching goal is to provide exceptional customer service by exceeding our customers' expectations.
Areas of focus include commercial cleaning services, facility support services, complete staffing solutions, hospitality services, trade show and convention services, security solutions, and aviation services.
As a contracted ground handler for commercial airline carriers and cargo operators, services that we provide are, but not limited to:
Airport Operations Customer Service Agents and Baggage Handlers
Cargo Operations Customer Service Agents, Cargo and Mail Handlers, TSA approved Screening
Cabin Services Cabin cleaning, Lavatory services, Cabin Security Checks
Ramp Services Loading/Off Loading Cargo, Passenger Baggage handling
Manager Cargo Regulatory Compliances serves as primary cargo liaison to TSA, CBP, DOT, FAA, DOD, USDA, IATA and other Federal, State, and Foreign Government agencies as it relates to cargo regulatory compliance as well as the carriage of dangerous goods and hazardous material.
Serves as the dangerous goods and hazardous material subject matter expert for Cargo and the Enterprise Cargo representative to interdepartmental committees on: security, safety, dangerous goods, FAA, and IOSA.
Serve as subject matter expert for Cargo regulatory compliance and manage audits for safety and security processes for US AVIATION SERVICES; adherence to SLAs and continuous improvement as it relates to cargo regulatory compliance Conduct cargo station audits and author detailed summary of findings
Primary TSA Cargo Security Liaison and administrator. Responsible for TSA system cargo security program and cargo screening program. Manage the oversight and preparation for TSA Audits Assist w/ the development and implementation of cargo policies and procedures Develop, revise, distribute and submit regulatory manuals that govern and guide regulatory compliance in the transport of cargo Ensure compliance with all Corporate procedures and policies Ensure training compliance in all regulatory categories
Ensures that changes to cargo policies and procedures are immediately reflected in applicable training
Acts as USAV (Cargo) representative to the TSA Cargo Security Council and A4A Dangerous Goods / Hazardous Material working group
Minimum Requirements High School diploma or equivalent Knowledge of CFR/FAR regulatory compliance in the carriage of DG and HZM, as well as to include FAA, TSA, and CBP's regulations regarding cargo operations, safety, and security Experience in compliance manual construction, writing, distribution and maintenance Experience with design and the implementation of audit documents and procedures for internal and third party operations
Excellent communication skills both verbal and written Must be able to lead group discussions and training modules Must be able to work well across multiple organizations to obtain support and systems compliance
All applicants are advised that post-offer and/or pre-employment drug testing will be conducted, and they must successfully pass the drug test. Failure to submit to testing or positive indications of drug use will render the applicant ineligible for employment with USAV and any employment offer will be withdrawn. Preferred Qualifications College Degree Airline Experience Knowledge in the transport of Dry Ice and Lithium Batteries
USAV consider your interest for this position if you are currently a resident of the state of HI Must be at least 18 years of age; Must have a valid driver's license with a good driving record; will be required by Station Leadership to obtain a Customs Seal and meet all requirements
Must have authorization to work in the United States as defined by the Immigration Reform Act of 1986; Must be able to lift and move items of 70 pounds and/or more on a regular basis and repetitively lift weights of 40 to 50 pounds on raised surfaces.
College coursework or degree would be an asset; Airline or related Leadership experience is desirable
73-200 Kupipi StKailua-Kona, HI
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