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Air Traffic Controller

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Job Description

Enlist as a soldier into the United States Army and become a certified Air Traffic Control Operator responsible for tracking planes and giving them landing and takeoff instructions at air traffic control facilities. This is not a civilian contractor position. No experience necessary. Position is entry level.

JOB DUTIES

  • Control airborne and ground traffic
  • Assist in the installation/relocation of tactical air traffic control facilities
  • Process flight plan data and maintain logs, records, files and tape recordings of voice communications

PAID TRAINING

  • 10 weeks of Basic Training.
  • 15 weeks of Technical School with on-the-job instructions.

BENEFITS

  • 30 days paid vacation annually.
  • Full Healthcare coverage for you and your Family.
  • Educational benefits worth over $72,000.
  • Obtain Industry standard recognized certifications.

ORGANIZATIONAL REQUIREMENTS

  • Between 17-34 years old.
  • No felonies. (Defer Adjudication included).
  • Current High School Senior, High school graduate or GED equivalent.
  • Permanent resident or US citizen.
  • Meet physical standards based on gender and age.
  • Pass the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) test.

This job is a civilian position and does not require military service (including commission and enlistment)

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  • Nice place to work, tentative agenda Interpreter/Translator

    2019-10-22 01:15:48.627

    Challenging environment, very disciplined, good leadership.

    The agenda sometimes subject to change, the employee are required to be more adaptive.