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AIRPORT OPERATIONS TECHNICIAN I
High school diploma or General Education Equivalent (GED) equivalent. Any combination of training and experience that demonstrates the ability to perform the duties related to essential functions of the position, including previous airport experience. Preferred: Airport Operations, maintenance and customer service experience, including airfield security inspections, responding to airfield incidents/accidents, general building maintenance duties and communicating with ATC tower personnel. Licensing, Certifications and Other Requirements Must possess and maintain a valid, unrestricted driver's license with no major citations within the past 39 months prior to the start date. The Arizona Department of Motor Vehicles requires that out-of-state driver's licenses must be surrendered within 10 days of relocating to the State of Arizona.
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER - MHV
The Mojave Air & Space Port (MHV) is seeking a Chief Executive Officer who will be responsible for strategic direction and planning, as well as tactical management and execution of goals. The incumbent will manage staff and oversee the activities of finance, operations, maintenance, and construction and is responsible for the day-to-day business operations at the airport. Minimum qualifications include a bachelor’s degree in Business, Finance, Engineering, or related field and at least ten (10) years’ experience in an executive leadership role. Preferred qualifications include at least five (5) years’ experience at an airport, a master’s degree in a relevant field, familiarity and comfort with relevant FAA airport requirements, and private pilot’s license.
This program is intended to provide a student/intern an all-around introduction to professional airport management and operations at a public use general aviation/commercial service airport. At the end of the internship period, the intern is intended to be able to demonstrate adequate knowledge of airport management and operations. The hiring range for this position is $14.00 - $16.00, depending on qualifications and experience. Position will close to applicants on: 12/11/2020 at 4:30 P.M. M.S.T.
AIRPORT MANAGER - TERMINALS
The Aviation Department which operates the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport and the North Perry Airport is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Airport Manager in the Aviation Operations Division. This role is responsible for analyzing and solving a variety of issues as well as coordinating and ensuring the safety of commercial, and charter activities in the FLL terminals. The Airport Manager should possess a thorough understanding of terminals management and passenger flow at a large hub commercial service international airport as it relates to FAA, TSA, CBP, tenants, airlines, contractors and the general public. Duties involve managing, planning and coordinating all aspects of airport terminal operations; budget and procurement preparation and oversight; coordination of tenant improvement projects; inspections of county-owned facilities; training, coaching and mentoring staff; oversight of emergency response of assigned staff; and ensure compliance of rules and regulations by stakeholders.
AIRPORT REAL ESTATE MANAGER
Provide support for Texarkana Regional Airport's property management, leases, contracts and marketing under direct supervision of the Executive Director. Preparation of airport boundary maps to update FAA Airport Layout Plans. Negotiate and prepare agreements for land acquisitions. Oversees revenue generating activities at the Airport including contracts, leases and agreements; administers Airport property management and development; manage and develop planning to recruit business for the Airport. Manage and develop marketing strategies for the Department. Manages advertising, marketing, social media, website, and public relations initiatives to position the Texarkana Regional Airport as the preferred Airport of choice in the region. Assist with special events and other public communication duties as assigned.
The Accountant is responsible for providing professional accounting support to senior management, producing monthly financial statements used to track revenue and expenses, and supporting the organization’s financial stability. This position is responsible for external grant reimbursements and financial reporting requirements, including fixed assets and capital project accounting and balance sheet reconciliations.
DIRECTOR OF CAPITAL PROGRAMMING
The Director of Capital Programming is responsible for overseeing and implementing strategic initiatives for the JMAA’s Airport Planning and the Capital Improvement Program. This position serves as the senior technical expert and as a member of the senior leadership team, acts as the primary liaison to governmental agencies, contractors, and procurement and airport officials during design and implementation.
The Facilities Engineer is responsible for overseeing design and development activities that improve, modify, or design new products or processes to meet airport objectives.
AIRFIELD OPERATIONS OFFICER M15
Oversee and coordinate airfield operations activities within the Aviation Department during an assigned shift; insure proper and safe airfield conditions and perform a variety of administrative, professional and technical tasks in support of airfield operations safety. Minimum Education, Experience And Additional Requirements Education and experience directly related to the minimum requirements below may be interchangeable on a year for year basis. Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in aviation management; and Four (4) years of airport operations experience at an FAA Part 139 certificated airport; and To include two (2) years of supervisory experience. Airport Certified Employee (ACE) or Certified Member (C.M.) Certification or American Association of Airport Executives Accreditation (AAE) preferred.
DEPUTY AIRPORT DIRECTOR, FACILITIES DEVELOPMENT
The County of Orange is seeking a Deputy Airport Director, Facilities Development for John Wayne Airport (SNA) to lead the airport’s Development Division. The division consists of Engineering and Planning/Environmental Units. This position is responsible for planning, organizing, coordinating, directing, and evaluating the work of two highly complex sections of the airport's Facilities Development Division for the County of Orange aviation program. UPDATED REQUIREMENTS!! Candidate must have at least 8 years of recent, increasing responsibility demonstrating experience in managing issues within an airport or similarly complex setting. A bachelor's degree in a related area of study may substitute for two years of the required experience. College-level education or training beyond a bachelor's degree, which is directly related to the competencies and attributes required of a position, may be substituted for up to an additional year of the required experience.
AIRPORT ENGINEERING MANAGER
The County of Orange is seeking an Airport Engineering Manager for John Wayne Airport (SNA). Responsibilities involve managing engineering staff consisting of senior professional engineers/ architects, A/E project managers, building inspectors, an airport technical associate, survey staff and a diverse group of support staff from external contractor firms representing a wide variety of disciplines. UPDATED REQUIREMENTS!! Five (5) or more years of managerial/administrative experience in performing duties related to the responsibilities and competencies of this position. While not required, the ideal candidate will have five (5) or more years of experience performing the duties of a professional civil engineer in California.
An employee of this class is responsible for supervision of all accounting and financial functions for the Ontario International Airport Authority (OIAA). Incumbents in this classification report directly to the Chief Financial Officer. Primary responsibilities include supervision of the monthly close process, monthly, quarterly financial reporting, payroll, payroll taxes, and retirement contributions; assists in all treasury administration. The Finance Manager will also be part of the team that creates and implements policies and procedures to identify, resolve and document accounting issues in addition to creating procedures to make the close and reporting processes more efficient and accurate.
AVIATION SENIOR MARKETING & COMMUNICATIONS REPRESENTATIVE - OAK
The Port of Oakland is seeking an Aviation Senior Marketing & Communications Representative for Oakland International Airport (OAK). The incumbent will be the primary public information respondent for the Port’s Aviation Division facilitating communication between airport and its key publics to build, manage, and sustain its positive image. This position is also the division liaison to the Port of Oakland Communications Department as well as to key stakeholder communications structures such as tenant airlines and tourism agencies. Requires a combination of education and experience reflecting possession of the required knowledge, skills, and abilities such as a bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in business administration, marketing, communications, public relations, journalism, or closely related fields plus three years of professional experience.
ASSISTANT PROGRAM MANAGER
The Assistant Program Manager is responsible for assisting in day to day operations and hiring, coaching, developing, disciplining, and terminating staff, as well as ensuring compliance with all Title 49 CFR. Part 1542 Regulations. This position will be responsible for building, improving, and maintaining relationships with clients and employees; developing and retaining staff; and coordinating needed support services to effectively run the accounts in order to meet or exceed financial and operational goals while providing quality customer service. This position will provide after-hours response as needed, including, but not limited to, emergency response, discipline issues and will report directly to the Program Manager.
The Director of Concession Affairs is responsible for developing and implementing plans to promote the Nashville Airport Experience (NAE) with business partners to ensure optimal delivery of guest services in travel dining, retail, and other services. Other responsibilities include developing, analyzing, negotiating, implementing, and monitoring business plans, proposals, contracts, leases, and agreements with current and potential business partners. Essential Job Responsibilities: Provides strategic and operational direction for organizational property and concession affairs processes, including the development of applicable standards, procedures, reports, and financial analyses. Develops, analyzes, negotiates, implements, and monitors policies, business plans, proposals, contracts, leases, and agreements with current and potential business partners and provides management oversight for concessionaires. Directs the Master Concessions Program, including overseeing the successful design, construction, and implementation of all airport concessions and concessionaires. Provides leadership and works with staff to create a high performance, service-oriented work environment that supports the Nashville airport experience. Carries out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the Authority's policies and applicable laws. Responsibilities include interviewing, hiring, coaching/mentoring staff, planning and directing work, appraising performance and resolving problems. Monitors the business performance of tenants and concessionaires to ensure compliance with MNAA’s strategic business plan, leases permit compliance, etc.
At the Allegheny County Airport Authority, it is our vision to reflect and serve the community, inspire the industry, and advance the region’s role as a world leader. We look for talented people who are uniquely qualified to serve our mission of becoming a global aviation leader, driving innovation, regional growth and prosperity. We all have a role in the ambitious transformation of becoming a smarter airport that will enhance the passenger experience and deliver on our mission of being a global aviation leader. Our culture is innovative and customer centric. We are a learning and performance culture where how we accomplish our priorities is equally important as what we accomplish.
FBO CUSTOMER SERVICE SUPERVISOR
The FBO Customer Service Supervisor position is responsible for all District FBO provided Customer Services and the management of all FBO Customer Service Staff. Position also performs other duties as assigned by the FBO General Manager.
Monitor Airport operations to ensure that they remain safe, secure, and well maintained. Develop short-term and long-term goals, deadlines, and processes for efficient operations, including emergency and security planning. Confer with customers, supervisors, contractors, and other personnel to exchange information and to resolve problems related to the airport. Maintain funding through compliance with grant specifications. Research new and applicable grant funding sources. Supervise procurement of all capital assets, and approve all purchases. Solicit bids and submit specifications for purchase of major items of equipment, structures, etc. Develop and renew airport leases, lease rates, landing fees, and other charges to airport users such as fuel pricing, parking fees, engine heat, power starts, etc. Monitor field work for quality, compliance, and appropriate use of public funds.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS DUTY OFFICER
The Eugene Airport is looking for an energetic and conscientious person to join the Airport Operations and Security Team. This person is expected to provide excellent customer service to airport guests while also ensuring the safety and security of the airport. Provides operational and administrative support related to Airport safety and security. Coordinates, implements, and enforces practices and procedures to ensure compliance with rules and regulations set by agencies, such as the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and Transportation Security Administration (TSA), which affect all aspects of Airport activity. Provides a variety of administrative support and training duties to assist an airport supervisor. This position is assigned to swing shift, 16:00 - 00:30. Will receive a shift differential pay of $.80/hour. Must be available to work any shift due to operational need. Must Pass TSA Background Check
Airport Planner Applications are being accepted for an Airport Planner, located in Atlanta working under contract to the Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) Aviation Program. This Airport Planner will serve as an assistant to the Aviation Planning Manager in planning and maintaining the State’s Air Transportation System. Responsibilities and requirements include: Responsible for the Development and Maintenance of the Statewide Aviation System Plan. Master Planning, Air Service Studies and all other Aviation Planning. Develops, monitors, reviews and approves planning studies for the FAA under State Airport Improvement Programs and the Federal Block Grant Program, including airport master plans, airport layout plans, air service studies, and other specialized planning studies. BS in Aviation/Airport Management, Civil Engineering or other aviation related field 2 to 5 years' airport/aviation planning experience
SENIOR MANAGER OF COMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENT AND REVENUE
Norman Y. Mineta San José International Airport is recruiting to fill an Overstrength Senior Manager of Commercial Development and Revenue Enhancement position. This position is a temporary, benefited position, with a standard 40 hours per week with an end date of June 30, 2021. Reporting to the Deputy Finance Director and working closely with the Airport Director, the Senior Manager is responsible for developing and implementing strategies to maximize revenue and reimagine the customer experience in accordance with the Airport’s strategic plan. The Senior Manager will lead strategic initiatives related to growing and sustaining all non-airline revenue sources, including concessions, parking, rental car activities, ground transportation, commercial real estate development, cargo, and FBOs. The position is expected to focus on revenue enhancing efforts at least 80% of the time and in the remaining 20%, the position will provide leadership to a dedicated team of property managers governing all tenant relationships.
Performs duties associated with daily operation of airport facilities, maintains a safe environment for aircraft and the general public on an assigned shift, including nights, weekends, and holidays; responds to aircraft emergencies; provides aircraft rescue and firefighting services; performs emergency medical treatment. Performs airfield operations duties per 14 CFR Part 139 regulations. Performs perimeter and facility security, parking enforcement and other airport security related issues. Monitors runway conditions for snow and ice contamination and initiates and conducts airside and landside snow removal. Minimum High School diploma or GED. Associate or Bachelor’s degree in aviation preferred. One to two years of progressively responsible related experience in aviation, safety, security, firefighting, or a combination of education training and experience to perform the position duties and responsibilities. Salary: $20.26/hour with competitive benefits package All applicants must complete a job application with the City of Durango Human Resources Department
AIRPORT OPERATIONS & MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR
Under the supervision and direction of the Airport Manager, this is a full-time position with the Dickinson Municipal Airport Authority, maintaining all aspects of Theodore Roosevelt Regional Airport. This position demands a high level of professionalism and involves multiple duties including, but not limited to, the direct supervision of Airport Operation Specialists and Maintenance Technicians. Responsible for landside and airside maintenance, organizing, inventorying, ordering and purchasing airport supplies, interacting with airport stakeholders, tenants, and cooperative agencies, responding to emergencies in a command role as an Aircraft Rescue Fire Fighter (ARFF), Alternate Airport Security Coordinator (ASC), participating in planning and strategic sessions to develop better airfield operations, safety and security, participating in department educational and training programs. This position will act as 2nd in command and assume the role and responsibilities in the absence of the Airport Manager.
AIRPORT ASSISTANT GENERAL MANAGER OF PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT
The Department of Aviation’s Bureau of Planning and Development (P&D) implements the Department’s $500+ million annual capital improvement program. Within P&D are two Assistant General Managers who report to a Deputy General Manager. One Assistant General Manager focuses on planning, design, and environmental compliance. The other Assistant General Manager is responsible for project implementation and delivery, beginning with the bidding process. This Assistant General Manager position focuses on project implementation and delivery. The proponent will effectively manage a staff comprised of Department of Aviation and consultant project management, construction management, and administrative personnel, whose primary objective is to build and maintain airport facilities in a safe and efficient manner. The position will report to the Deputy General Manager of P&D.
SR CONTRACT ADMINISTRATOR – GOODS & SERVICES
Some of what you'll be doing: As a Sr Contract Administrator – Goods & Services you will lead the procurement process for the most complex, highly visible and most politically sensitive Goods & Services procurements across the organization.
AIRPORT DUTY MANAGER
Under general direction of the Sr. Manager, AOC, the Airport Duty Manager (ADM) will be responsible for maintaining full situational awareness of all facets of airport operations to ensure the safe, efficient, and secure operation of the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky Intl. Airport. This includes implementing incident management processes to ensure effective management of small, medium and large scale incidents. The ADM maintains constant awareness of changing conditions, activities and requirements affecting airport operations, analyzes the impact, and implements the appropriate response protocols as required. This includes continued coordination with both KCAB departments as well as outside airport stakeholders to ensure that appropriate resources are deployed as required.
DIRECTOR OF HUMAN RESOURCES - TYS
The Metropolitan Knoxville Airport Authority (MKAA) is seeking a Director of Human Resources. You will be responsible for the overall direction of activities related to defining, developing and directing the implementation of human resource initiatives, including but not limited to recruitment, labor cost management, total rewards systems, compliance, employee relations and HR data/technology for the Authority. The ideal candidate will have a bachelor’s degree in human resources or a related field, and 8 years of related full-time experience, including 5 years of management experience. SPHR, CCP, SHRMSCP or other human resource related certification is preferred. Get more details: https://adkexecutivesearch.com/images/uploads/TYS_2020_Director_of_Human_Resources_Brochure.pdfFiling Deadline: December 6, 2020
COMMISSIONER OF AVIATION
Commissioner of Aviation THIS IS AN UNCLASSIFIED CIVIL SERVICE POSITION. DISTINGUISHING FEATURES OF THE CLASS: This position manages, leads, and supervises County resources; ensuring safe and efficient operation of the county airport, Griffiss International Airport. It is an executive classification requiring special knowledge and experience in airport management with the proven ability to provide oversight to facility infrastructure, water/sewage systems, and construction/contract management. The Commissioner of Aviation performs landlord functions for County-owned buildings located on the Airport, and serves as advisor to the County Executive on aviation matters. The position mandates proven knowledge, interpretation skills, and execution abilities of the Federal Aviation Administration and the Transportation Security Administration rules and regulations. The work is performed as prescribed by the Oneida County Charter and Administrative Code. Airport management responsibilities apply on a twenty-four (24) hour per day, seven (7) day per week basis. The incumbent performs related work as required.
AIRPORTS DEPUTY DIRECTOR, PLANNING & OUTREACH
The San Luis Obispo Airport is conducting an open recruitment for a new position of Deputy Director, Planning and Outreach. The individual in this role will be a key member of the Airport's senior leadership team and play an instrumental role in the overall strategic direction of the airport. The individual will report directly to the Airport Director and be responsible for the planning, development and external communication of programs relating to the County airports. They will advise the Director in making strategic decisions regarding the public advancement of the Airport and have responsibility for the development and execution of aviation strategic objectives and marketing/advertising programs for the airports. Additionally, the individual will work with the executive team to drive business by increasing airline passenger growth and non-airline revenue generation. Starting salary is between $87,235-$106,038 DOE. The County of San Luis Obispo offers a comprehensive benefits package. Job closes 11/30/2020.
COUNTY AIRPORT MANAGER
The Riverside County Transportation Land Management Agency is recruiting for a County Airport Manager to join the Aviation Department. The County Airport Manager will function independently and will be responsible for directing the daily coordination and operation of the County's 5 airports: Blythe, Chiriaco Summit, French Valley, Hemet-Ryan, and Jacqueline Cochran. The incumbent will oversee the budget and manage a staff of approximately 12 employees. They will provide direction to staff responsible for contract grant administration and ensure that County airports are in compliance with all Federal, State, and local codes and regulations. The County Airport Manager will be responsible for overseeing tenant leases, capital improvement projects, and other grant related functions. Competitive candidates will have general airport management experience as well as experience managing capital improvement projects. Experience with airport related real estate and grant proposal processes is also highly desired.
Are you a motivated Airport Engineer eager to apply your technical skills and work on teams with other dedicated employees? Chapman Technical Group, a division of GRW, has an immediate opportunity for an Airport Engineer interested in expanding an existing airport design career with our aviation division in Buckhannon, WV. We look for individuals eager to develop their technical skills and work on teams with other dedicated employees to complete the projects our clients need. Hiring the most qualified employees is important to us and the success of our company. When you join our team you'll be working for an award-winning, full-service design consulting firm with a history of more than 50 years serving our regional, national, and occasionally international clients. Our objective is simple. We value our employees and take pride in providing them with the proper resources and tools to help them achieve professional excellence.
FISCAL & OPERATIONS MANAGER - AIRPORT
The Fiscal & Operations Manager assists the Department Director with Administrative Financial and Human Resource operations; particularly in the areas of planning, organizing, directing and monitoring of resources. Serves as liaison with Finance, Payroll, HR, Civil Service IT, Risk Management, Contractors and other Business Unit personnel both within the Department and across the City.
CITY OF FORT WORTH AVIATION DIRECTOR
Mackenzie Eason & Associates has been retained by the City of Fort Worth to recruit the next Aviation Director. Reporting to the Assistant City Manager, the Aviation Director will provide leadership over the Aviation Department's operations and activities that oversee three airports: Alliance, Spinks, and Meacham International. The Aviation Department is a financially autonomous enterprise department supported through the collection of hangar and ground lease revenue, fuel flowage fees, Alliance revenue percentage, and administration building revenue. The Aviation Director will monitor and evaluate the day-to-day activities of airside and landside operations and strategize and oversee capital construction projects at the City of Fort Worth airports.
VICE PRESIDENT, BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT
This position leads all economic development at all six airports of RIAC in a proactive and result-oriented manner. It is an executive level position focused on focused on the negotiation, preparation, processing, implementation, and management of leases, licenses, contracts, operating agreements, concessions, advertising, and other revenue generating agreements and programs with prospective tenants, advertisers at the airport, and airlines. This position conducts analysis, evaluation, development, and oversight of new and existing aviation and non-aviation revenue streams and opportunities and directs matters relating to property management. Possess strong business acumen, be a self-starter and be able to communicate important messages in a clear, concise, and compelling manner. Must be a team player who can collaborate and communicate at all levels of the organization and with third parties. Must be able to translate the strategy and goals of the organization into actionable, quantitative plans with metrics and well-defined schedules.
DEPUTY AVIATION DIRECTOR - BUSINESS AND PROPERTIES
The City of Phoenix Aviation Department seeks a dynamic professional to oversee the Business and Properties Division. This position exercises considerable independent judgement and works under an Assistant Aviation Director. Incumbents are expected to resolve problems of a professional and technical nature and must effectively confront problems facing airport management while managing competing priorities. Salary up to $136,469 annually. Salary commensurate with experience and qualifications. The City contributes 8.5% of salary into 457/401(a) plans with no matching required. $3,360/annual car allowance and $1,440/annual cell phone allowance. REQUIREMENTS - Five years of professional-level experience in airport management, airline business management, or commercial real estate and property management; three years must have been in a position supervising professional-level staff. Bachelor's degree in airport management, planning, or related field. Must pass FBI background check.
DEPUTY DIRECTOR, FACILITIES
The City of San José Aviation Department is seeking a Deputy Director, Facilities for the Norman Y. Mineta San José International Airport. You will provide executive leadership and oversight for the facilities maintenance activities including building maintenance, facility equipment systems, pavements and property maintenance, as well as contractual custodial services. In addition, you will have overall responsibility for managing airport assets and leading all technical trades services including electrical, painting, HVAC, and airport terminal equipment maintenance activities. A Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university in Facilities Management, Aviation Management, or other related fields is required. The successful candidate will possess broad based knowledge of facilities and asset management and at least six (6) years of senior facilities management experience at a medium or large hub airport or in a large campus environment.
ARFF & OPERATIONS SPECIALIST
The Salina Airport Authority is accepting applications for a full-time Aircraft Rescue/Fire Fighting & Operations Specialist. Applicant must have the ability to respond to aircraft or airfield emergencies and implement emergency procedures. Duties include airfield safety and security inspections and documentation. Responsibilities also include but not limited to snow removal, grounds and airfield maintenance. Ability to interact professionally with airfield tenants and air traffic control a must. Applicant must be willing to work rotating schedule, call back for snow removal and other scheduled events. Must have a valid driver’s license. Must either have completed or be able to complete the FAA approved Aircraft Rescue and Fire Fighting training course, SAA airfield familiarization and inspection course.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS SPECIALIST
Assists in administering the operations and maintenance of aviation activities of the Santa Monica Airport.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS OFFICER
This position works under and reports to the Assistant Airport Manager follows established guidelines and procedures to ensure the safe and efficient operation of the airport and the surrounding airport facilities. •Update and maintain all required pertinent records on the computer based Airport Operations Daily Log. •Responsible for maintaining the airport safety and security under FAR Part 139 and reporting any discrepancies to the Airport Operations Supervisor. •Qualify as an Aircraft Rescue Fire Fighter (ARFF) and drive and operate specialized ARFF vehicles for response to all aircraft alerts and emergencies. •Ability to drive and operate all major airport operations vehicles and snow removal equipment during Winter Snow Operations. Perform tasks at the Snow Command Desk, file Notices to Airmen (NOTAM’s), Airfield Self Inspections, and update airfield conditions reports on computer based programs. •Upon qualifying in USDA Wildlife Hazardous Management Training Program, perform wildlife mitigation services on airport operating areas.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS MANAGER
Under general direction, plans, organizes, manages and oversees the daily operations, facilities maintenance, and security functions of the Aviation Department; provides direction and supervision to airport maintenance and operations staff; manages and administers policies and procedures for lease of airport facilities; serves as a professional and technical resources to the Director of Aviation, and performs related duties as assigned. A Humboldt County Application is required for this position. The Job Bulletin can be found at the link below and applications must be submitted online through this link to be considered for this position. Applications will be accepted until 11/13/2020.
LINE TECHNICIAN III
We’re looking for an experienced Line Technician to provide servicing of various types of general aviation aircraft with a high priority for safety and strong customer service in a fast paced environment. Some of the duties include: Refueling aircraft and assisting with training new employees ensuring aircraft are properly refueled. Respond to all airport emergencies and initiate Naples Airport emergency response plan and programs. Marshal, park, greet, tow, wing-walk, and provide various services including lavatory and water services to general aviation aircraft. Ensure all equipment is in safe and proper working order performing routine daily and monthly equipment safety inspections. REQUIREMENTS - A minimum of three years of line technician experience, including at least one year in a lead or supervisory capacity - Strong customer service skills - Ability to operate fuel truck, lektro and other types of vehicles and equipment - Pass criminal history check.
Naples Airport Authority is looking for an experienced Communications Coordinator to be responsible for the internal and external communication of information, encompassing all print and electronic media. Some position duties include: Coordinate and serve as public and media contact. Assist in strategic development and implementation of public affairs communications and media relations. Respond to noise comments. Create, design and ensure consistent and correct brand imaging. Coordination of regularly scheduled calendar events and speaking engagements, plan for new initiatives and event requests. REQUIREMENTS - Excellent writing and editing skills, strong verbal and presentation skills - Proficiency in the principles and practices of journalism, media relations and/or public relations - Experience in brand management and community relations - Strong proficiency with computer publishing programs, electronic media platforms including website design and maintenance, and social media - Ability to work closely with trade news media on story development.
LINE TECHNICIAN III
We’re looking for experienced Line Technicians to provide servicing of various types of general aviation aircraft with a high priority for safety and strong customer service in a fast-paced environment. Some of the duties include: Refueling aircraft and assisting customers. Work with training new employees ensuring aircraft are properly refueled. Respond to all airport emergencies and initiate Naples Airport emergency response plan and programs. Marshal, park, greet, tow, wing-walk, and provide various services including lavatory and water services to general aviation aircraft. Ensure all equipment is in safe and proper working order performing routine daily and monthly equipment safety inspections. REQUIREMENTS - A minimum of three years of line technician experience, including at least one year in a lead or supervisory capacity - Strong customer service skills - Ability to operate fuel truck, lektro and other types of vehicles and equipment - Pass background check.