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Yyyyyy x. yyyyyy

0000 xxxxxx xxxx , xxxx , xxxxx 00000


Country of Citizenship: United States

SSN: xxx-xx-xxxx

Secret Security Clearance



Job Title: Air Traffic Control Specialist

Department: Department of Transportation

Agency: Federal Aviation Administration

Job Announcement Number: FAA-ATO-16-ATC-EXP-49432



Core Competencies

Air Traffic Movement, Sector Management, Radar TDW (Tower Display Workstation), STARS (Standard Terminal Automation Replacement System), ALDIS Lamp, Pet 2000, ELMR (Enterprise Land Mobile Radio), OJ-333 FPN-63, ASR-11, ILS, TACAN, GPS, AFLCS (Airfield Lighting Control System), ECS (Emergency Control System), GRC 171/211, Fixed Wing/Helicopter Aircraft (H-60), Ground Control Approach (GCA) Management, Radio & Telephone Contact/Communication, Radio/Teletype/Radiotelephone/Telephone/Inter-Phone, Daily Activity Report Development/Dissemination, Flight Planning, Emergency Event Management, Range Station/Fan Marker/Voice Communication Facility Monitoring


Windows 7, Vista, XP, Mac OSX 10.5/later


Microsoft Office Suite (Word/ Excel/ PowerPoint/Outlook), Microsoft Explorer, Safari 


Professional Manuals - Knowledgeability:

NAVAIR 00-80T-114, Air Traffic Control Manual - FAA Order 7110.65V, Aeronautical Information Manual - Official Guide to Basic Flight Information and ATC Procedures, Pilot/Controller Glossary, Facility Operation and Administration Manual - JO 7210.3V,

Contractions - Order JO 7340.2D, Location Identifiers - JO 7350.9A, Air Traffic Control Technical Training Order - 3120.4N



Professional Experience


July 2014 Present

United States Navy

Naval Air Station (NAS) Jacksonville

Military ATC Division

Jacksonville, FL

Hours per Week: 40

Salary: $32,277 annually

Supervisor: Stanley Dunnaway Phone xxx-xxx-xxxx Contact Applicant Prior to

Contacting Supervisor


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Air Traffic Control Specialist / Radar Supervisor / Flight Planning Supervisor-Dispatcher


NAS Jacksonville consists of single airport/single outlying field facility, performing average of 500 daily/50,000 annual operations supporting fixed-wing P-3 Orion/P-8 Poseidon and H-60 helicopters and managing Ground Control Approach (GCA) that handles 4,000 radar approaches annually. As Radar Supervisor continually provide exceptional control in coordinating movement of air traffic between sectors including monitoring radar approaches, maintaining radio/telephone/telecommunications contact with Air Traffic Coordinators, communicating with adjacent facilities to assure maximum separation/safety, and controlling equipment operation. Continually demonstrate exceptional strengths in use of all relevant equipment as well as in-depth knowledge of policies/procedures/strategies utilized in local, state and national security operations to assure protection of personnel, data, property and institutions. Additionally well-versed in laws, court procedures, precedents, government regulations, executive orders, agency rules and the democratic political process.


Also tasked to serve as Flight Planning Supervisor/Dispatcher, with comprehensive responsibilities for receiving/transmitting/relating flight plans as well as meteorological, navigational and other relevant information needed to perform pre-flight and any emergency services for pilots. Follow established procedures including receiving/reviewing flight plans from pilots and routing plans to control center or appropriate station utilizing various forms of communication devices, i.e. radio, teletype, telephone, etc.


Diligently maintain plans for aircraft operating under visual flight rules until flight completion; also contact facilities along flight path concerning any overdue aircraft, reporting problems or lost contact/aircraft to appropriate emergency/rescue services. Consistently monitor radio-based navigation aids including range stations, fan markers and voice communication facilities and ensure that air personnel are advised of the availability of such facilities. Highly knowledgeable in flight/performance characteristics of multiple aircraft and continually demonstrate proficiency in use of air traffic control phraseology/instructions.


Consistently utilize English language in all areas of oral as well as written communication, demonstrating excellent understanding of spelling/meaning of words and rules of composition/grammar; ensure clarity of understanding in delivery of directives and phrases as well as in receipt of instructions and broad range of information. Also highly capable of using telephones/email in disseminating information to wide array of personnel and continually assess communicative skills to assure clarity of thought while explaining various crucial points or receiving information.


Employ subject matter expertise, in-depth experiential base and logic/reasoning to quickly assess complex problems/issues/information and rapidly develop response and any needed action plan. Insightfully identify strengths/weakness of array of solutions, including potential outcomes of various considered actions, and choose appropriate resolution. Also skilled in identifying patterns of behaviors and combining multiple and disparate items of information to develop viable conclusions and organize into meaningful patterns. Continually observe situations and individuals and use well-honed skills and perceptiveness to anticipate problems/difficulties and develop remediation planning in anticipation of action potentiality.

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Have developed skills in seeing details at close range as well as concentrating for relatively long time periods without losing focus on issue(s) at hand. Additionally, highly capable of categorizing information, recognizing similarities/differences and sensitively recognizing changes, even slight ones. Also skilled in compiling, coding, calculating, auditing and verifying various data and gaining information from wide array of sources, monitoring materials/events to detect problems



July 2011 July 2014

United States Navy

USS Nimitz (CVN-68)

Various Locations

Hours per Week: N/A

Salary: N/A

Supervisor: N/A Phone: N/A May Contact: N/A


CATCC Controller / Case III Departure & Final Controller / Case I Supervisor & Air Operations Supervisor


In this assignment served in Air Traffic Controller assignment and held multiple responsibilities, as identified and directed by chain of command and ship leadership.



July 2008 April 2011

United States Navy

NAS Willow Grove

Military ATC Division

Willow Grove, PA

Hours per Week: N/A

Salary: N/A

Supervisor: N/A Phone: N/A May Contact: N/A


Radar Final Controller, Tower Ground/Flight Data/Clearance Delivery Controller/Flight Planning Supervisor-Dispatcher


Successfully performed similar duties and held multiple responsibilities as described in current assignment with U.S. Navy at NAS Jacksonville in Florida.





Thomas Edison State College, Trenton, NJ

Applied Science & Aviation Support Studies

GPA: 3.1

Credits Earned: 115


DON Carrier Air Traffic Control C School, Pensacola, FL, June 2011

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DON Air Traffic Control A School, Pensacola, FL, June 2008




FAA 6936 Radar Air Traffic Control Facility- May 2015

FAA 8060 Air Traffic Control Certificate - May 2008





Domestic Violence, December 2014

Antiterrorism Level I Awareness Training, July 2014

Uncle Sam s OPSEC, June 2014

Records Management in the DON: Everyone s Responsibility, June 2014

Combating Trafficking in Persons (CITP) General Awareness WBT, June 2014

Dynamics of Family Violence, February 2014

Sexual Assault Prevention and Response (SAPR) Awareness Training, February 2014 

DOD Cyber Awareness Challenge, March 2013

DOD Information Assurance Awareness V10, March 2013 

Privacy and Personally Identifiable Information (PII) Awareness and Training, January 2013

VPP- Workplace Safety, October 2012

Physical Readiness, October 2012

Personal Financial Management - Surviving the Holidays, October 2012

Introduction to Stress Management, October 2012 

Sexual Health, October 2012 

Operational Risk Management, June 2012

Language Guide - Amharic- Basic Guide, June 2012

Personal Financial Management - Predatory Lending, June 2012 

Dimensional Analysis, June 2012

Training and Readiness - The Active Shooter, June 2012

Air Traffic Control Tower Visibility Observations, February 2012 

DOD Information Assurance Awareness V10, January 2012

Individual - Managing Your Risk, December 2011

Safety, March 2011 

HAZMAT, March 2011 

Introduction to Aviation Fundamentals, March 2011

Flight Deck Airfield Familiarization, March 2011 

NAVRIIP Airspeed Program, March 2011

ATFP Level I Awareness Training for Service Members (CONUS), January 2011





Good Conduct Medal, 2008, 2012, 2016

Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal, 2014

Meritorious Unit Commendation Medal, 2008

National Defense Service Medal, 2007

Global War on Terrorism Medal, 2007


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