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SUMMARY: Under general supervision, provides Resident Project Representative (RPR) services for Airport construction projects in accordance with the project construction plans and specifications. In addition; assures Airport wide environmental regulation compliance, conducts periodic inspections of Airport stormwater and utility facilities, updates Airport GIS/CAD files, and general assistance with project management of Airport’s Capital Improvement Program. Participates in review of engineering construction plans and specification stage submittals. Conducts daily construction progress inspections to ensure compliance with project specifications. Reviews quantities and pay application with contractor prior to submission to Airport’s Project Manager. Familiar with construction material testing on lime rock, shell, concrete, and asphalt used by contractors in construction of airfield improvement projects to ensure compliance with project specifications. Reviews change orders to construction projects and makes recommendations for approval/disapproval to the Project Manager, as necessary. Provides input as to progress and/or problems to contractor, engineer and Project Manager.
FIRE CHIEF, ARFF (AIRCRAFT RESCUE & FIREFIGHTING)
Founded in 1921, the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey builds, operates, and maintains many of the most important transportation and trade infrastructure assets in the country. The agency’s network of aviation facilities, which consist of John F. Kennedy (JFK), Newark Liberty International (EWR), LaGuardia (LGA), Stewart International (SWF), and Teterboro (TEB) airports. The Aviation Department of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey is currently seeking a highly skilled and experienced professional to fill the position of Fire Chief, Aircraft Rescue and Firefighting (ARFF) with extensive ARFF, Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Part 139, managerial, technical and administrative skills to lead the execution of firefighting services for our airport system. For more information about this position please go to Jointheportauthority.com (Job #34077)
OPERATIONS DUTY MANAGER
Responsible for performing tasks related to the daily operations of the Memphis International Airport and for FAR 139 compliance on an assigned shift. Responsible for coordination of security and maintenance matters after normal work hours, weekends and holidays. Serves as Manager on Duty in the absence of senior management. Works cooperatively with the Manager of Operations in the preparation and maintenance of the Airport Certification Manual, Emergency Plan, Terminal Evacuation Plan, and other Part 139 required documents. Requires bachelor's degree/equivalent in Aviation Management, Business Administration, Public Administration or related field, 3 years experience in an airport environment at a major airport. Knowledge of emergency planning, airport operations, airport security, and FAR parts 139, 1540, 1542 and 77. Strong judgment, decision making, organizational and written and verbal communication skills. Please send an application and resume to: Apply@flymemphis.com, reference number: 0119-OPODM-02. Deadline to Apply is February 6, 2019.
BUILDING MANAGEMENT ADMINISTRATOR
San José International Airport is currently recruiting for a Building Management Administrator. This a job opportunity for a dynamic individual with a proven track record in facilities management within a campus environment, who enjoys and excels at leading, communicating and interacting with diverse staff while providing sophisticated building management administration skills. This position is located in the Facilities and Engineering Division of the Airport Department for the City of San Jose that is responsible for 24x7 coverage to meet the business needs of our business partners. Under the direction of the Deputy Director, the position is responsible for performing work of considerable difficulty including planning, organizing, and directing the Airport's comprehensive building, airfield, and grounds management programs. This position is key in providing oversight on the day-to-day operations, management of Computerized Maintenance Management System, and management of resources. This position supervises a facility managers, trade professionals, and maintenance staff.
BUSINESS MANAGER: PROPERTY, MARKETING, SECURITY, & OPERATIONS
Under the direct supervision of the Deputy Director of Aviation, the Business Manager will formulate and implement airport development and marketing strategies to increase revenue, maximize airport land/facilities development and redevelopment opportunities through the creation of short- and long-term strategies. The Business Manager is also responsible for creating, managing, and implementing the airport’s and FBO’s community relations messages and marketing programs with the goal of fostering community engagement and business development, including airline service. Responsibilities also include overseeing the Lease Management System Database, Airport Security Plan, Airfield Drivers Training Program, Access Control System and coordinating responsibilities/tasks/plans with TSA. The Business Manager will assist the Finance Director with financial matters as determined. The Business Manager will issue NOTAM’s as appropriate and be fully qualified to perform duties required by FAR 139. To apply, send cover letter and resume to Gretchen Eichstadt - firstname.lastname@example.org
AIRPORT MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN - PORT OF BELLINGHAM
The Airport Maintenance Technician exclusively supports the Bellingham International Airport’s facilities and performs a variety of work in maintenance, repair, light construction, and modification, of Airport infrastructure, facilities, and related installations, including but not limited to Airport Operations Area (AOA), high- and low-voltage electrical systems, heating ventilating and air conditioning (HVAC), overhead/automated doors, baggage conveyor systems, airport hangars, security gates, parking equipment, elevators, and fire suppression systems. The technician must be able to provide routine and complex maintenance at the Airport and technical and specialized assistance to Management. This position reports directly to the Airport Operations Managers. To apply, visit www.portofbellingham.com/jobs. This position closes on 2/4/2019 @8am
DEPUTY DIRECTOR OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT - SJC
The City of San José’s Aviation Department is seeking a Deputy Director of Planning and Development for the Norman Y. Mineta San José International Airport (SJC). This strategic thinker will lead a wide range of professional and paraprofessional team members who perform a variety of multi-discipline airport projects who develop, manage and deliver projects in the Airport Capital Development Program of various and considerable complexities.The ideal candidate will have experience in leadership role in large scale capital programs. Experience includes preparing RFP’s, selection of design-builders, managing contracts, achieving performance metrics, and extensive stakeholder engagement in a design build project delivery model is highly desirable.Posting closes February 28, 2019.
AIRFIELD OPERATIONS MANAGER
An employee in this position provides oversight and ensures compliance with 14 CFR Part 139, maintains all Part 139 documents and administers all related training; manages the USDA wildlife contract; serves as administrator for the airport's Digital NOTAM Manager System; acts as a snow team leader and manages chemical inventory for de-icing; and other duties as required. Minimum Requirements: Bachelor’s Degree in Airport Management or related area of study. Two years' experience in airport operations or related field. Demonstrated advanced knowledge of 14 CFR Part 139, knowledge of airport security practices, excellent communications skills, or an equivalent combination of training & experience. Valid NC Driver's License •ACE Operations Certification from the American Association of Airport Executives will be required within one year of employment. Preferred Requirements: Four years' experience in Airport Operations or related field including 1 year of supervisory experience. Apply online at www.ptaahr.org Application Deadline: February 15, 2019.
Conducts airport inspections and obtains technical information necessary for the planning and construction of TxDOT airport improvement and maintenance projects. Conducts on site investigations to determine the scope of capital improvement projects. Collects data in support of the FAA’s airport master record. Flies airborne reconnaissance of the surrounding environment to determine the impact of new construction on instrument procedures and flight patterns. Performs takeoffs, landings and taxiing to determine adequacy of pavement condition and to observe completed construction and/or renovations. Work requires the ability to pilot a single engine aircraft in the performance of job duties. Work requires contact with governmental officials, consultants, contractors and private entities. Employees at this level establish their own work plan and priorities to meet set objectives. Issues are rarely referred to the supervisor but are handled at the occurrence.
AIRPORT MANAGER/EMERGENCY MANAGER
The Aviation Department which operates the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (FLL) and the North Perry Airport (HWO) is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Emergency Manager. This role includes planning, organizing and directing the activities in the Emergency Management area of the Aviation Department. This class works under administrative supervision, developing and implementing programs within organizational policies and reports major activities to executive level administrators through conferences and reports. The Airport Manager will lead the departmental mission essential function that develops and updates airport emergency plans, Emergency Operations Center (EOC) Standard Operating Procedures (SOP), fosters a culture of emergency preparedness throughout and beyond the airport community. Requires a Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with major coursework in Aviation Management, Business Administration, Emergency Management or closely related field. Requires four (4) years in airport emergency management or closely related field including one (1) year of supervisory experience.
PRESIDENT & CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER - BHM
The Birmingham Airport Authority is seeking a President & Chief Executive Officer to provide leadership for the administration and operation of the Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport (BHM). Reporting to the Authority’s Board of Directors, the President & Chief Executive Officer directly or indirectly supervises 167 fulltime employees (2019), oversees an operating budget of 46 million dollars (FY18-19), and is responsible for implementation of ongoing business activities and major capital improvement program to meet the demands of the region.The ideal candidate will have a bachelor’s degree in Airport Management, Business Administration or related field. A master’s degree is a plus. Seven years’ experience in senior management of a certified air carrier airport is preferred as is AAAE or IAP certification.Posting closes February 9, 2019.
AIRPORT DIRECTOR - EGE
Eagle County, Colorado is seeking an Airport Director to represent Eagle County in all aviation matters by providing strategic vision for the airport, developing key relationships in the aviation industry, designing marketing strategies, and directing the overall operation of the Eagle County Airport under the general direction of the County Manager. Oversees terminal, operations, maintenance, compliance, safety and administrative activities for the airport.The successful candidate will have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in Business Administration, Airport Management or a related field. The incumbent will also have five years of progressively responsible experience in the aviation management field at a commercial service airport of similar or larger size. Or, any combination of education, training and experience that provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform the essential functions of the job.The posting closes February 15, 2019.
AVIATION PROJECT MANAGER
Primary Responsibilities Primary duties include responsibility for assisting the development of the Philadelphia aviation practice. Position may provide additional support for the national aviation practice. Overall responsibilities include staff development, project production, quality control and marketing. This individual will also function in a Senior Project Manager capacity for aviation projects. Experience in the management and development of multi-discipline teams. Develop strong production capabilities with Project Managers and leadership teams in regional offices. Should possess strong communication/listening skills, as well as sound leadership/organizational skills
Operations Specialist Responsible for overseeing day to day operations of a regional non-hub commercial services airport to ensure activities conform to Federal Aviation Regulation (CFR) Part 139, Transportation Security Regulation (TSR) 1542, and Federal, State, local and Airport rules/regulations.Qualifications:Bachelor’s degree in Aviation Management, Airport Management or related field.Preferred current experience in operations of CFR Part 139 Airport and TSR 1542 compliance. Successfully pass a CHRC, STA, Drug Screen, Physical, and Driving Authorization prior to hire. Must obtain a Louisiana driver’s license within forty-five (45) days of employment and have a good driving record.Prefer possession of Certified Member (CM) with the American Association of Airport Executives (AAAE), experience with Flight Training, and/or Airport Certified Employee (ACE) designation.Salary: $42,328.00 DOQCover Letter and Resume RequiredDeadline to Apply: February 1, 2019Send Application Materials: MailATTN: Giles MenardOperations Manager222 Jet Ranger X DriveLafayette, LA 70508Email: GilesM@LFTairport.com
AIRPORT FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION MANAGER
Rochester International Airport in Rochester, MN has a position available for Airport Finance and Administration Manager. Reporting to the Executive Director, the Airport Finance and Administration Manager helps direct daily business operations and financial activities related to the Airport. Responsibilities include general accounting, financial analysis, capital improvement projects, contract management, budget coordination and payroll/benefit coordination. Works cooperatively with a variety of customers and tenants within and outside the Airport. As a representative of the Rochester Airport Company conducts all activities in a courteous and professional manner. Rochester Airport Company is a wholly owned subsidiary of Mayo Clinic. Employees participate in the Mayo Clinic benefit package.
Urban Engineers, Inc. is seeking a Civil Engineer to join our Aviation Department in Philadelphia, PA. Voted as a Top Workplace in the Philadelphia region by our employees, we are committed to advancing careers and providing a foundation for professional growth. Urban provides services for airports, buildings, ports, transit, railroads, bridges, and highways. We specialize in engineering design, environmental, planning, construction services, and program management. The ideal candidate will provide planning or civil engineering design for projects that may include airport and airfield design, roadway and highway design, streetscape design, facility design, storm water drainage and storm water management design, and utility design. In addition to design responsibilities, this individual must be able to demonstrate the ability to manage internal junior staff and sub consultants working on projects.
Urban Engineers, Inc. is seeking a Project Manager to join our Aviation Department in Philadelphia, PA. Voted as a Top Workplace in the Philadelphia region by our employees, we are committed to advancing careers and providing a foundation for professional growth. Urban provides services for airports, buildings, ports, transit, railroads, bridges, and highways. We specialize in engineering design, environmental, planning, construction services, and program management. The ideal candidate will provide planning or civil engineering design for projects that may include airport and airfield design, roadway and highway design, streetscape design, facility design, storm water drainage and storm water management design, and utility design. In addition to design responsibilities, this individual must be able to demonstrate the ability to manage internal junior staff and sub consultants working on projects.
DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
The Director of Operations and Maintenance reports directly to the Airport Director. This position is responsible for the strategic development and programmatic oversight through subordinate managers in the areas of Airport Operations, Maintenance, Safety and Security, Fire Protection, and Environmental Stewardship. Essential Responsibilities: Demonstrate leadership, judgement, strategy, and vision in planning work activities and long-term development goals for the areas of airport operations, maintenance, safety and security, fire protection and environmental services. Be an effective communicator conveying appropriate information to leadership, peers, staff, contractors, clients, and business partners based on situational needs and conditions. Ability to work and lead under the pressure of changing conditions. Have a working understanding of airfield safety, runway incursion prevention, snow removal operations, and emergency conditions. Accountable and responsible for compliance requirements. Have general knowledge of airport design, project planning, construction, and maintenance. Oversee capital projects.
The Planner shall perform various short and long-term planning activities and initiatives to support the Metropolitan Nashville Airport Authority (MNAA) and the Department, Strategic Planning. ESSENTIAL JOB RESPONSIBILITIES: Assists with all levels of planning for MNAA airports, including development of the BNA and JWN Master Plans, Airport Layout Plans and other comprehensive airport plans. Maintains a firm understanding of all aspects of airport operations (airside and landside) to be able to appropriately and safely plan for airport improvements & alterations. Knowledge and understanding of Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) regulations and planning guidelines. Conducts preliminary engineering and planning studies for new initiatives and opportunities that MNAA or its’ stakeholders may wish to pursue. Reviews planning and engineering documents for functionality and accuracy. Performs analysis on proposed improvements to identify issues, opportunities and/or solutions pertaining to planned development. Prepare CADD layout concepts plans and drawings.
AVIATION PROGRAM MANAGER/AVIATION EDUCATION GRANT COORDINATOR
TYPICAL FUNCTIONS: Working directly with airport sponsors, FAA, and Commission staff, the selected person will solicit, collect, update, and distribute airport planning and programming information including, but not limited to: •Conduct Airport Pavement Inspections •NPIAS needs lists, Airport 5 year CIP’s, and project development information •Conduct 5010-1 Master Record updates and Safety and Standards inspection for public use airports in Oklahoma •Administer the Commission’s Aerospace and Aviation Education Grant Program •Assist in the development of the Commission’s Airport Construction Program •Conduct a regular review of the functional classification, based aircraft, and IFR traffic for airports in the Oklahoma Airport System Plan •Coordinate and update Environmental inventory for NPIAS airports •Assist airport sponsors with the development of their primary guiding documents •Any other task the Director of the Aeronautics Commission requests
Starting Salary $81,454 - $120,000 Dependent on Experience Salary Range: $81,454 - $130,326 Annually The Accounting Director is responsible for managing and directing the activities of the Accounting department. This includes overseeing all accounting functions and processes including accounts receivable/payable, payroll, parking, assets, grants, financial reporting, tax reporting, budgets, procurement, audits and treasury services. A Director is involved in making process level decisions on behalf of the organization to provide context for the work accomplished by subordinates on behalf of the organization. The Accounting Director is responsible for ensuring compliance with Federal, State and local laws, regulations, codes and standards. Qualifications: Any combination of training, education or work experience equivalent to a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or Finance and significant (7 or more years) of progressively responsible professional/managerial experience in Accounting, Finance or closely related field. Prior supervisory experience is required. Certified Public Accountant (CPA) preferred. Apply online at: http://www.gatewayairport.com/employment
MANAGER, CUSTOMER ENGAGEMENT
Provide leadership and management to a current team of 17 diverse professionals and some additional seasonal staff in the delivery of exceptional customer experience to the traveling public at Sea-Tac International Airport. The Port of Seattle is an Equal Opportunity Employer, Affirmative Action Employer and is committed to diversity in the workplace. Minorities, women, veterans and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
DIRECTOR - FACILITIES MANAGEMENT
Aviation Facilities Company Management, LLC (AFCO), an industry leader in the development and management of airports and airport infrastructure, is seeking a Director – Facilities Management to oversee administration and compliance for its facilities across North America. Our company culture celebrates collaboration, encourages an entrepreneurial spirit and values diversity. We aim to retain and develop our internal talent. Our expansion plans and current pipeline of business have opened new leadership opportunities – join our dynamic, growing business and become part of our success story! The Director – Facilities Management’s primary roles include (i) responsibility for management of facilities under contract inclusive: leasing, maintenance and repair programs; (ii) budgeting, marketing, promoting and general administration of all AFCO and AFCO-managed facilities; (iii) maintenance of AFCO’s relationships with Federal, State and local agencies inclusive of Airport Authorities. The position reports to the Vice President – Facilities and based at our Dulles headquarters.
AOC COORDINATOR (PT)
Monitor and coordinate day to day operation of the Authority-managed common use facilities (gates, hardstands, bag claims, ticket counters). Recognize and evaluate unusual situations; anticipate potential operational conflicts and resolve/request assistance to resolve such conflicts in a timely manner. Schedule common-use facilities, input flight information on various airport display media, receive and relay information essential to airport operations, including inclement weather warnings. Perform other related duties as assigned.
DEPUTY DIRECTOR OF AVIATION, OPERATIONS & SECURITY - PHL
The City of Philadelphia is seeking a Deputy Director of Aviation, Operations & Security who will be responsible for the direction of the Airport Operations and Security departments for both Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) and Northeast Philadelphia Airport (PNE). The Deputy Director working alongside the Chief Operating Officer is responsible for ensuring the individual departmental goals are in alignment with the Airport strategic direction.The successful candidate will have a Bachelor’s degree in Aviation Management, Business Administration or related field, ten years of increasingly responsible management experience in Airport Operations and/or Security, five years of which must have been in a commercial airport environment. Accreditation (AAE) by the American Association of Airport Executives or International Airport Professional (IAP) from Airports Council International is preferred.Posting closes February 8, 2019.
DEPUTY DIRECTOR OF AVIATION, CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT - PHL
The City of Philadelphia is seeking a Deputy Director of Aviation, Capital Development to direct the implementation of the Airport’s Capital Development Program (CDP) for the utilization of physical facilities for both Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) and Northeast Philadelphia Airport (PNE). This involves overseeing all aspects of the CDP effort, including planning, design, engineering, program and construction management, sustainability, and managing internal resources and third-party service providers and contractors.The successful candidate will have a Bachelor’s degree in Engineering, Architecture, Planning, Business Administration, or related field, ten years of progressively responsible management experience in engineering, four years of which have been in a commercial airport environment. Prefer licensed professional engineer or certified planner.Posting closes February 8, 2019.
The CAA is seeking proposals to provide airport concession kiosk design, construction, and installation services for future in-terminal businesses at Bradley International Airport. A copy of the RFP may be downloaded in its entirety at: https://ctairports.procureware.com. Firms must be registered to download the RFP and to submit a proposal. CAA will conduct a mandatory pre-proposal meeting/site tour 11:00 a.m. (EST), January 30, 2019, in the 3rd floor of Terminal A at Bradley International Airport. The pre-proposal meeting will include a site tour of areas that are located on the secured side of the Airport; therefore, individuals planning on attending the tour must upload the Temporary Badge Application Form to https://ctairports.procureware.com. This form may be found under the solicitation name RFP No. 2019-007 “Temporary Badge Form” no later than 11:00 a.m. (EST), January 25, 2019. Individuals will be subject to a security screening prior to admittance to the proposed site
The City of Redding invites your interest for the position of Airports Manager. The new Airports Manager will have demonstrated extensive and varied airport administration experience, strong leadership skills, solid inter-personal relationship skills, and financial acumen. The ideal candidate will be an exceptional creative, energetic, and proactive leader who exhibits a passion for the airport industry. You will use persuasive abilities to create enthusiasm and support in the community for the City's two airports and its stakeholders. The City of Redding is interested in a candidate that possesses a proven record of business development of not only aviation-related business, but also non-aviation companies that do not directly relate to aviation but will contribute to the growth of the airport and local economy. The City will be looking for an individual who will interact effectively with the City Council, City Manager, Department Directors, Managers, and other City employees and the public.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS OFFICER
The City of Fort Worth is the 15th largest city in the U.S. and the fastest growing among large cities. Fort Worth has received multiple accolades, including number one Downtown (Livability), and the second-best City in the nation for Job Seekers (Forbes). Our employees serve the needs of over 800,000 residents. We are seeking individuals that reflect our values of exceptional customer experience, mutual respect, embracing our diversity, continuous improvement, ethical behavior, and accountability.
ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF TERMINAL/LANDSIDE OPERATIONS
Syracuse Regional Airport Authority, operator of the Syracuse Hancock International Airport, seeks candidates for an exciting opportunity to join our team as Assistant Director of Terminal/Landside Operations. This position provides assistance to the Director of Terminal/Landside Operations in oversight of the terminal building and landside support facilities, ensuring facilities are maintained to meet the functional requirements of the airlines, other tenants, passengers, and stakeholders, and assisting in the oversight of Terminal maintenance and custodial staff. The Authority is seeking someone with previous facilities maintenance/oversight experience, preferably in a commercial airport setting, although candidates with experience in large commercial campus facilities may be considered. Supervisory work experience is required, along with dedication to safety and compliance, and excellent planning, organizational, and interpersonal skills. This position requires shift work, nights and weekends. See complete job description, qualifications, and instructions to apply at https://www.syrsraa.com/careers/. Syracuse Regional Airport Authority is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
AIRPORT MAINTENANCE MANAGER
TBI Airport Management, Inc., located at the Ontario International Airport, in Ontario, California, is currently looking for a Maintenance Manager! The Maintenance Manager manages and oversees all Maintenance Department related functions and personnel.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS COORDINATOR
Acts as airport management’s representative and assists in the enforcement of airport regulations, resolving problems/queries with established operating procedures and security protocols. Conducts airfield inspections; identifying, preventing, and/or removing all hazards to aviation including FOD, wildlife, obstructions, etc. Issues and records all NOTAMS. Investigates and logs all aircraft noise complaints. Oversees daily construction activities to ensure safety of operations areas around construction site. Acts as a liaison between Air Traffic Control, Morristown ARFF and all responding agencies during emergencies. Assists U. S. Customs and Border Protection and Department of Agriculture officials during international arrivals. Conducts daily and periodic safety and quality control inspections of aviation fuel storage facility and monitors fueling operations. Operates the landing fee system, including logging landings, processing payments, generating invoices and statements, and customer service. Responsible for airport security, including badging, gate, and camera systems. Member of the Snow Removal Team. Performs other duties as assigned.
Bachelor’s Degree required; airport internship experience or previous aviation experience preferred. Students graduating in Spring 2019 are encouraged to apply.Job requires rotating shift work, nights, weekends, and holidays. Overtime is required occasionally. In a normal work-day, the employee may be required to combine standing and walking 70%-100% of a shift; lift up to 35 pounds frequently and up to 50 pounds occasionally; bend frequently; squat, kneel, climb stairs and ladders, reach above shoulder level and lift from high/low positions occasionally; bend and push/pull frequently. Sensory requirements are speech to communicate with others in fluent English. Also required are vision to visually assess runway conditions, the ability to read and write in English, and hearing sufficient to listen to aircraft radios and coworkers. Must be able to operate a vehicle at all times. The operation of landscaping equipment, large vehicles, fork lifts, and other machinery will be required. Must be able to multi-task. Typical examples are operating computer programs while simultaneously listening to an aircraft radio and documenting transient landings. Must be able to operate a vehicle while simultaneously scanning the runway, communicating with the air traffic control tower and at times with coworkers and/or management personnel. Send a Cover Letter and Resume to Marykate La Bau at MarykateL@mmuair.com.
AIRPORT DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS
RAP is seeking a self-motivated team player who is looking for that next stretch opportunity. The Airport Director of Operations, reporting to the Airport Executive Director, is responsible for managing the day-to-day airport operations, security and ensuring compliance with local, state and federal regulations. The Director of Operations maintains all qualifications and certifications for performance of TSA 49 CFR 1542 Security and FAA CFR Part 139 operations. Assists with development of department policies, standard operating procedures (SOPs), and standard operating guidelines (SOG).
Minimum: Bachelor’s degree in Airport Management or a directly related field from an accredited four-year college or university and five to seven years progressively responsible experience in airport facility maintenance or aviation operations. Preferred: Master’s degree in Aviation Management or related field preferred. AAAE Airport Certified employee (ACE) of Security, Certified Member, and/or Accredited Airport Executive is desired. Prior personnel management highly preferred, specifically within an airport environment. Must possess a valid South Dakota driver’s license or ability to obtain within 30 days from date of hire. Must possess certification as an AAAE Airport Certified employee (ACE) of Operations or ability to obtain within 1 year from date of and have ability to obtain and maintain a Secure Identification Display Area (SIDA) Badge. Must obtain and maintain an Airport Movement Area Drivers permit within 30 days from date of hire. Full job description may be viewed at: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/rapidcity/jobs/2309343/airport-director-of-operations?pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs
AIRPORT OPERATIONS AND SECURITY OFFICER
The Airport Operations and Security Officer assures compliance with federal, state and local laws and ordinances; aviation and airport safety. This position encompasses the daily and event-driven supervision and oversight of airfield operations and airport security as well as conducting associated training for all airport employees and tenants. This position requires the employee to exercise sound judgment and proper discretion and to ensure the airport's compliance with federal, state and local laws and ordinances.
Demonstrated knowledge of rules and regulations as they relate to Airport operations. Ability to prepare written reports and training programs, read and understand complex documents. Advanced knowledge or understanding of airport and commercial aviations operations. Ability to understand, interpret and apply federal, state and local regulations. Bachelor's degree from an accredited four-year college or university in Aviation Management; or an Associate's degree or equivalent from two-year college or technical school in Aviation Management and three (3) years related experience and/or training; or High school diploma or general education degree (GED) and eight (8) years experience in airport/aviation operations. Must possess a valid South Dakota driver’s license or ability to obtain within 30 days from date of hire. Must possess certification as an AAAE Airport Certified employee (ACE) of Operations or ability to obtain within one (1) year from date of hire. AAAE Airport Certified employee (ACE) of Security desired. Must possess FEMA/ICS-200 level or obtain within one (1) year from date of hire. A full job description is available at: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/rapidcity/jobs/2309417/airport-operations-and-security-officer?pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, PITT-GREENVILLE AIRPORT AUTHORITY, NC
The Pitt-Greenville Airport Authority is seeking an Executive Director for its non-hub airport, located in beautiful eastern North Carolina. 54,000 annual enplanements and 45,000 annual operations. Staff of 19 FTE, with an operating budget of $3.3M. Reports to an 8-member Board. Salary range $85,000-$125,000 with excellent benefits. Send cover letter and resume to email@example.com no later than Tuesday January 15.
Bachelors Degree in Aviation Management, Business Administration or similar, with 5 years of airport management experience. CM or AAE preferred.
The internship will commence in the first quarter of 2019 and consist of up to one year of professional introduction into airport operations, facility management, marketing and finance. Qualified candidates will be a recent graduate or graduated by the start date with an airport management degree field or equivalent, possess strong work ethic and initiative to carry out assignments without direct supervision. Intern required to work weekends or shift work and compensated at $12.00/hour. Submit credentials and resume to Appleton International Airport, W6390 Challenger Drive, Suite 201, Appleton WI 54914 or email firstname.lastname@example.org, deadline February 8, 2019. For more information visit www.atwairport.com or call 920-832-5267.
Must be a minimum of 18 years old. Must have a Bachelor Degree in Airport Management or closely related field from an accredited four year college or university or will have completed the degree prior to starting employment. Must meet and maintain qualifications pursuant to 49 CFR 1542 (Unescorted Access Authority) and pass background check. Candidate must have a valid driver’s license. AAAE membership and private pilot's license preferred.
AVIATION CUSTOMER COMMUNICATION MANAGER
Responsible for managing customer-focused communications channels and marketing strategies to enhance the customer experience at Sea-Tac Airport. Utilize two-way communication channels (e.g. social media) with customers to provide proactive awareness and real-time responsiveness regarding airport terminal activities and travel-related issues. Design and implement customer communication programs to support emergency communication during incidents and irregular operation conditions. Develop specialized airport content, for a diverse customer base, that is delivered through a variety of methods including: printed materials, Port’s web site, electronically, on signs, in correspondence, via social media and verbally. Manage development of responses, on behalf of senior port leaders, to address customer concerns, compliments, and questions. Develop communications strategies and execute tactics to frame, measure and disseminate customer feedback. Provide management, in cross-department work groups, for customer experience and communications-oriented projects and events.
President & CEO
As CEO, this person is expected to be an ethically- minded individual who can be successful exercising a great deal of independent and strategic authority. The CEO will need to understand differing people, teams and regional groups to quickly establish strong collaborative relationships, both internally and externally. As a consensus builder, this person is expected to maintain a “one team” mindset within the CRAC Commission Members, airport and regional stakeholders including the media, local business leaders, local political officials, state officials, federal agencies and their representatives. Collaborative relationships with those key stakeholders are vital to ensure a continued well-run and executed operating and strategic business plan. Complete details can be found in the job posting located on our website at: www.aviationcareerservices.com/jobs-2
ASSOCIATE GENERAL COUNSEL
Compensation Grade: S24 Salary Range: $117,426.00-$187,882.00 Opening Date: January 4, 2019 Closing Date: January 19, 2019 Please Note: All job announcements close at 11:59 p.m. of the day before the posted closing date. As the Associate General Counsel, you will render authoritative legal advice on complex issues to all levels of Airports Authority management. You will oversee contract litigation counsel in court and, as appropriate, personally represent the Airports Authority in court. Serves in the Office of General Counsel at the Headquarters Office. Performs detailed legal analyses in a wide range of specific assignments. The areas of legal specialization include, but are not limited to, procurement, aviation-related regulatory matters, public finance, construction, business affairs, employment, public safety, and airport security. Performs related functions.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS COORDINATOR
Under supervision, the Airport Operations Coordinator performs a variety of duties at a general aviation, Part 139 Certificated airport. Responsibilities include recording all aircraft operations for billing purposes, monitoring phones and radios, and coordinating construction projects. As assigned, assist Airport Operations Supervisor in conducting airfield inspections and reporting all deficiencies found on the AOA. Issue NOTAMS as instructed. Responsible for airfield safety to include identifying, preventing, and removing all hazards to aviation including FOD, wildlife, unauthorized vehicles and pedestrian entry. Through in-house training must qualify to operate snow removal equipment and secure certification as a weather observer. Responsible for maintaining customer contacts through positive lines of communication. Professionally represents company through frequent and meaningful contact with the customer. Individual must be willing to work all shifts, including nights, weekends, and holidays. Individual will be working in a Teamwork environment. May also perform other duties incidental to the above.EOE
ENGINEERING AVIATION LEADER
Our client is a full service, national and totally employee-owned firm providing innovative planning, engineering, architectural design, construction and program management, and design-build project delivery to clients in the public and private sectors. With more than fifteen offices within eight states and three countries they rank within the top 200 of the ENR500. This senior level position handles business development and project management of Aviation Projects, throughout the company, ensuring aviation design and construction is in compliance with FAA requirements, and delivered on schedule with great quality. The preferred location is Dallas although this individual could also be based in Fort Worth, Austin, Houston, Seattle, or Denver.
DEPUTY AVIATION DIRECTOR AIRPORT OPERATIONS
ABOUT THIS POSITION The City of Phoenix Aviation Department (Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport) seeks a dynamic and results-oriented professional to oversee the Operations Division. Responsibilities include management of Airside Operation involving Airport Certification Program part 139; Landside Operations which includes curb management, traffic enforcement and Ground Transportation operations; maintaining the Security program and compliance with FAR 1542; and Parking operations. This position will also coordinate operational aspects of the Automated People Mover and ground transportation planning efforts to ensure safe, secure, and efficient systems are developed. Successful candidates will be experienced in collaboratively leading successful teams as well as experienced innovatively solving complex issues and leading change initiatives. Knowledge of federal, state and local regulations pertaining to airport management and operations is required. AAAE certification is also desirable. SALARY For Mid Mgr: Up to $131,248 annually. Salary commensurate with experience and qualifications.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS OFFICER (2 POSITIONS)
Requires successful completion of TSA Criminal History Records Check & Security Threat Assessment prior to appointment and the ability to maintain these clearances as a condition of employment. Interprets and enforces federal, state, local rules and regulations applicable to airport operations; responds to emergencies; compiles/monitors flight schedules and coordinates them with air carriers; monitors aircraft operations. Performs airfield, terminal and landside inspections as required by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA); ensures Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) and lease agreement compliance; responds to tenants/public inquiries and complaints; prepares related reports; works under the general direction of the Manager of Airport Operations and is reviewed via personal consultation, written reports and conferences. The Palm Beach County (PBC) Board of County Commissioners provides an excellent benefits package, including medical, dental and life insurance as well as vacation and sick leave, tuition reimbursement and participation in the Florida Retirement System.
DIRECTOR OF MARKETING - TPA
The Hillsborough County Aviation Authority is seeking a Director of Marketing to be responsible for the overall strategic planning and implementation of all aspects of marketing and customer experience at the Tampa International Airport (TPA)and General Aviation Airports. This position oversees the marketing staff, all community and co-op partnerships, internal campaigns, advertising plans, public events and all budgets relating to marketing services. The globally recognized award-winning team functions as an in-house professional marketing and advertising agency. The successful candidate will have a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with a bachelor’s degree in business, marketing, market research, or other related field; plus eight years of demonstrated experience in work directly associated with marketing. Posting Closes January 18, 2019
Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with a bachelor’s degree in business, marketing, market research, or other related field. Eight years of demonstrated experience in work directly associated with marketing
TERMINAL OPERATIONS DUTY MANAGER
The Terminal Operations Duty Manager reports directly to the Director of Operations and oversees the day-to-day operation of the terminal and its ancillary facilities while on duty. This highly visible representative of Propeller Airports Paine Field is the primary point of contact for information regarding daily operational issues while on duty. The Terminal Operations Duty Manager may at times be the most senior representative of Propeller on-site and as a result will be primary operational point-of-contact available to airlines, airport customers, contractors, airport employees and all others who may have concerns regarding the terminal operation. Frequent, consistent and proactive contact with tenants, peers, government agents, and the public is essential. The Terminal Operations Duty Manager will ensure that the terminal and its ancillary facilities operate safely, efficiently, and in compliance with all regulations and sound operating practices
OPERATIONS SPECIALIST I
The Louisville Airport Authority is seeking motivated individuals for an Operations Specialist I position. This is an entry level position that manages the use of facilities at both of the Authority’s airports. Position assures continuous safety and security compliance with Federal Aviation Regulation (FAR) Parts 77 and 139, Transportation Security Regulation (TSR) Part 1542, in addition to all other applicable statutes, regulations, and requirements. Duties include but are not limited to airfield/facilities inspections for unsafe or non-compliant conditions; monitor two-way radio communication, flight operations statuses, work order requests, security access control, CCTV systems etc. Additional duties are issuing airport ID media and providing fingerprinting services; implementing the Authority’s Snow/Ice Control Plan (SICP) and Wildlife Hazard Management Plan; supporting emergency responders during airport incidents; coordinating and monitoring airport construction activities; providing high levels of customer service in responding to questions and inquiries from the public, airport stakeholders, and/or governmental regulatory agencies.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS COORDINATOR
This position works under general supervision & performs various duties directed by operational requirements. Include/not limited to •Operate airport safety under FAR Part 139 •Qualify as an Aircraft Rescue Fire Fighter (ARFF) & drive and operate specialized ARFF vehicles. •Qualify as a Certified Weather Observer and provide proper augmentation to the Airports Automated Surface Observing System (ASOS). •During periods of snow and ice removal, drive & operate all major airport snow removal equipment. Perform tasks at the Snow Command Desk, file Notices to Airmen (NOTAM’s) and update airfield conditions on computer based programs. •Maintain safety and security standards for all airport construction activities. •Perform wildlife mitigation services on airport operating areas. •Perform airport security inspections & video monitoring under requirements of TSR1542. •Position involves shift work. •Perform other tasks as assigned by the Airport Operations Supervisor. •Maintain acceptable attendance and performance at required training functions.
DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
The Director of Operations and Maintenance is responsible for planning, organizing, and directing the day-to-day activities of all maintenance, operations, engineering and public safety functions of the Quad City International Airport. Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in Aviation Management, Business Administration or related field and extensive experience in facilities and airport operations management or any equivalent combination of experience and training (minimum 5 years) which provides the knowledge, skills and abilities necessary to perform the work; Accredited Airport Executive (AAE) designation or ability and commitment to obtain this designation within two (2) years of hire. FAA pilot certification is highly desirable. Salary: $90,000 - $120,000. Excellent benefit package, including Defined Benefit Pension program, optional IRS Section 457 deferred compensation retirement program with employer match up to 5%, employer sponsored medical, dental and vision insurance, life insurance and vehicle allowance. For more information and to apply for this position, please visit www.qcairport.com/employment.