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Transportation Officer

Transportation Officer

Reports to:  FLWG/A4 – Deputy Chief of Staff for Logistics

Unit:  SER-FL-001

Reviewing Official:  A4, Chief of Staff


Who May Apply:

Active members of Florida Wing. If you don’t meet the requirements stated below, you may still apply, and be considered.

The wing transportation officer is the single point of contact for all vehicles entrusted to their care. As such, they serve as the wing fleet manager and are responsible for ensuring all vehicles are safe and roadworthy and prepared to support mission needs. They coordinate with other staff members to determine event schedules and anticipate vehicle support requirements.

They shall:

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Ensure that all COVs are licensed and registered annually in accordance with applicable laws of the state, commonwealth, or other local government jurisdiction where vehicles are operated

  • Are responsible to ensure all FLWG vehicles are equipped with a Florida SunPass

  • Will be the approving authority to review and approve driver’s license applications

  • Maintain appropriate records on location of all vehicles

  • Ensure routine and major maintenance is accomplished and documented on COVs in accordance with manufacturer’s recommended schedules

  • Is responsible for entering all vehicle maintenance in the wing in ORMS received from units and manages the approval process for all COV’s assigned to FLWG

  • Assist the wing logistics officer in developing vehicle requirements and in identifying vehicles for disposal

  • Ensure timely completion of monthly vehicle usage reports (CAPF 73)

  • Ensure expeditious reporting of vehicle mishaps

  • The transportation officer should be familiar with CAPR 174-1, CAPP206, CAPR 130-1 and CAPR 130-3. They should also have a good working knowledge of CAP Safety Regulations CAPR 160-1 and CAPR 160-2.

The wing transportation officer reports directly to the DCS.

Desired Qualifications:

  • Grade of Captain/Master Sergeant or above

  • Completed Level III or above 

  • Technician Rating in the Logistics Specialty Track

  • Two years of experience as a Supply officer or Logistics officer at the Group Level

Required Documents:

Applicants must submit the following documents by the application closing date:

  • Cover letter.

  • Civil Air Patrol Resume.

  • Professional resume.

  • Unit Commander’s Endorsement.

Applicant screening will be done without regard to race, gender, age, color, religion, national origin, or disability.

Applicants may be asked for a personal or telephonic interview. Upon notification, a mutually convenient time and place will be arranged. Inquiries concerning specific aspects of the duty position should be directed to the Reviewing Official.

Selection criteria are based on Civil Air Patrol training, experience, and participation, as well as civilian education and experience related to the position.

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