PAE, Inc Hazardous Cargo Specialist in McMurdo Station, Antarctica
Supporting the Most Exciting and Meaningful Missions in the World
Hazardous Cargo Specialist
GENERAL DUTIES (not all inclusive):
Maintains a safe workplace and demonstrates a high level of safety awareness.
Complies with all ASC Environmental, Safety and Health (ESH), Waste Management and Quality Assurance requirements, goals, policies and procedures.
Accurately identifies, classifies, packages, marks, labels and documents hazardous goods for transport in compliance with 49CFR parts 100 - 185, IATA, AFMAN24-204 and/or IMDG regulations.
Is cognizant of the relationship between the aforementioned transportation regulations to merge and apply these regulations for multi-modal shipments.
Safely handles and stores hazardous materials in accordance with applicable federal and military regulation.
Researches and responds to customer inquiries regarding transport regulations of hazardous material.
Packs temperature controlled science samples in accordance with established procedures to ensure the safety of the samples during retrograde shipping, to include both commercial airline and surface shipping methods.
Assists science team and community members in the proper packaging, labeling, and documenting of general cargo for shipment to field sites or for retrograde.
Performs cargo movement including receipt, storage, retrieval and onward movement of United States Antarctic Program (USAP) materials.
Accurately tracks the movement of cargo throughout all phases of shipment.
Performs daily routine prevention maintenance checks on ATO vehicles and loaders.
Ensures that each ATO vehicle has the proper operating/safety equipment aboard (i.e. chocks, window scrapers, etc.).
Safely transports McMurdo-generated cargo to appropriate staging areas for onward shipment both on and off the continent.
Safely operates all ATO vehicles in varying road and weather conditions while obeying all speed limits.
Possesses and applies a thorough working knowledge of MAXIMO Palletizes cargo and applies proper restraint.
Loads ISO shipping containers and performs blocking and bracing of cargo inside the containers to comply with maritime shipping requirements.
Communicates via two-way radio in accordance with proper radio etiquette and procedures.
Ensures workspaces and staging areas are properly maintained and organized.
Must be capable of regularly lifting 40 pounds (safety regulation maximum).
Works rotating shifts, including weekends and extra hours, as required.
Coordinates changes at any hour day or night.
Works 9-12 hour shifts - non-stop during resupply vessel operations.
Performs other duties as required.
High School Diploma or equivalent is required.
Valid Driver’s License required.
Four years of experience of inventory control, warehousing, or aircraft cargo handling experience, including receipt, storage, and/or retrieval is required.
Previous experience in a customer service environment is required.
Proficiency with Microsoft Office 2000 software within the Microsoft Windows operating system, and hazardous materials databases is required.
Knowledge of aircraft load planning and regulations governing transportation of hazardous materials is required.
Military aircraft knowledge is preferred.
Cargo operations experience within the USAP Program is preferred.
Willingness and ability to deploy to Antarctica for extended periods is required.
Must be willing and able to lift and move items, parts, assemblies and equipment up to the safety regulation maximum.
Must be willing and able to perform physical activities including heavy lifting, climbing in and out of equipment, crawling, and working outdoors.
Must successfully complete the physical, dental and psychological (if applicable) examinations as required by the NSF for deploying to Antarctica.
Must participate in community programs, such as “house-mouse” (chores), “daisy-picking” (cleaning-up around the station), recycling efforts and safety objectives.
US citizenship or Permanent US Resident status is required.
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