Serco provides systems engineering, installation and maintenance for the full range of critical technologies used in both military and civilian airports, including communication, navigation, surveillance, meteorological, and passenger screening and transport systems.
Drawing on our global base of experience and our knowledge of the local regulatory and security environment, Serco will help design the right mix of technologies to enable our customers to operate at world-class standards.
Airfield systems support safe and efficient operations across all the critical functions in an around the airspace. Tower systems are designed to create an optimal environment for air traffic control. And passenger systems help to move passengers swiftly through the airport and create an excellent passenger experience, while meeting the most rigorous security protocols.
We partner with leading providers to ensure our customers have access to the most advanced technology that has been proven in a range of operating environments.
Provide professional ramp control services in the form of traffic sequencing, separation and push-back control instructions within the non-movement area at the San Diego International Airport.
Shall be appropriately experienced personnel and competent to perform the duties of ramp controller with all the following minimum qualifications:
(1). High School Diploma (or GED);
(2). Minimum of four (4) years experience as a journey level air traffic controller (Department of Defense or Federal Aviation Administration FAA);
(3). Mobility and fitness to safely work in an air traffic control type tower including but not limited to: (i) ability to lean over work consoles/equipment to conduct panoramic surveillance of aircraft; (ii) distant and near vision correctable to 20/20 in each eye, with normal color vision; (iii) speech to communicate effectively and clearly in English; (iv) hearing to demonstrate no chronic disease of the ear that might interfere with the comfortable use of standard or cordless headsets; and (v) no hearing loss in either ear of more than 25 decibels in the 500, 1000 or 2000 Hz ranges and no more than a 20 db loss in the better ear by audiometer, using ANSI (1969) standards;
(4). Successful completion of an education/experience background investigation as well as a fingerprint based criminal history record check;
(5). Ability to be granted and maintain a security badge as mandated by the FAA/TSA;
(6). Contractor shall meet all minimum drug screening and prohibitions as established by law.