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AVIATION PLANNER I
Aviation Planner I who is self-starting, customer oriented and driven to complete airport system planning functions at a state level. Selected candidate will assist in reviews, assessments, planning, analyzing, and maintaining a Statewide Aviation System Plan. Basic knowledge of FAA planning and compliance guidance and requirements is highly desired. Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in Aviation Management, Transportation Planning, or related field. Preferred Qualifications: Knowledge of the air carrier/air transportation system planning. Experience with aviation planning and/or compliance related matters are desired. One year of experience in the aviation planning field. Full time position requiring office hours in Atlanta, GA and approximately 15% travel. Drug test and criminal background check required. Salary range is $52,000 to $72,000 annually based on qualifications and experience. Full range of competitive benefits is offered. Direct all applications to: Ron Bird ResourceTek 520 Summit Hill Drive, Suite 1202, Knoxville, TN 37902 Direct: 865.934.4145 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
AIRPORT OPERATIONS AGENT
This position is responsible for skilled technical and inspection work assisting in ensuring the day-to-day safe and efficient operations of the airfield, terminals and public service functions of an airport. Conducts a variety of inspections and technical research. Prepares written reports. Directs interaction with airport tenants and their employees, airport users, federal, state and municipal employees and the general public. Provides classroom and practical instruction in airfield driving to airport employees, tenants, outside agencies and contractors. Supports management through the coordination of emergency response on the airport. Directs snow removal operations. Assists daily operations in accordance with federal certification requirements, federal, state and local laws, municipal and departmental policies, and in accordance with best practices. Application deadline April 9, 2018
INTERN - AIRSIDE OPERATIONS
The Metropolitan Airports Commission welcomes applications for an Airside Operations Intern. This is a 12-week assignment and the hours of the position will range between 7:00 am and 5:00 pm, Monday - Friday. This position will provide administrative and special projects support for the Airside Operations Department at the Minneapolis-Saint Paul International Airport. Applications will be accepted until 3:00 p.m. on Monday, April 2, 2018. Please visit our website to apply online. www.metroairports.org
AVIATION PROPERTY MANAGER 2
PURPOSE: Manage Aviation Division leases, primarily within Ground Transportation (GT) and serve as a liaison between the Port, tenants and customers. Provide essential services to the Port of Seattle by managing key business relationships at Sea-Tac International Airport, as landlord, to the Port’s many GT tenants and customers. Provide high-level negotiation, financial analysis, communication and account management for the Port’s new and existing airport GT tenants. Engage in decision-making for the highest and best use of leased areas, interim uses and justification and development of potential capacity-related capital projects.
AIRPORT DUTY MANAGER
The Airport Duty Manager is responsible for aiding the Assistant Airport Director in oversight of operational activity at Laughlin/Bullhead International Airport (IFP), a Part 139, non-hub commercial service airport. The Airport Duty Manager represents the Mohave County Airport Authority and Airport Management in their absence to ensure the safe and efficient operation of the airport. To view the full job description, please visit www.flyifp.com HOW TO APPLY A Cover Letter, Résumé, and completed Employment Application must be submitted to Joey O’Rourke, Assistant Airport Director – email@example.com You may find the Employment Application on our website at www.flyifp.com This position closes April 13, 2018 at 5pm MST
AIRPORT OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE SUPERINTENDENT
The San Luis Valley Regional Airport is looking for a hands on airport professional who wants to take a leading role in the airport's certification and safety program. The San Luis Valley Regional Airport is non-primary commercial service airport located in Southern Colorado. Passenger traffic doubled from 2015 to 2017 and is growing. The airport is undergoing its first market area analysis with a strategy of growing to 10,000 enplanements during the next two-year term of Essential Air Service, which is set to begin October 1, 2018. The Airport Operations/Maintenance Superintendent is an FLSA-exempt position under the general supervision of the Airport Manager. The Airport Operations/Maintenance Superintendent assigns, supervises, and inspects work of Airport Operations/Maintenance staff; assists with and performs airfield operations and performs other tasks to ensure compliance with FAA/TSA standards; and responds to and assists with the control of airport emergencies at the San Luis Valley Regional Airport.
CIVIL ENGINEER II
This position is open until filled with a first review date of April 6, 2018. In addition to the posted salary the City also contributes 4% of your salary to a deferred compensation account. Perform project management functions in support of the Airport Capital Improvement Program; manage, organize the design and construction contracts; coordinate projects with other City staff, outside agencies and user groups and contractors/consultants; provide support for other City projects; serve as technical resource for department personnel; and develop and manage project budgets. EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE, AND LICENSE REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering or related field. 2 years engineering experience. Aviation experience preferred. Valid Washington State Driver's license. Successful passing of a required background check. Salary: $77,184-94,056/ year apply at www.rentonwa.gov
The Border Coast Regional Airport Authority is inviting applications for the position of Airport Director. Essential Functions: Develops and directs the implementation of goals, objectives, policies and work standards. Performs a variety of professional airport project duties including preparation and/or approval of design plans, contract review and project management services. Develops and implements management systems, procedures and programs for program evaluation. Directs the preparation of environmental studies and reports relating to airport construction and capital improvement needs and develops specific proposals to meet them. Plans and directs project management activities for a variety of capital and construction improvement projects. Participates in the preparation of plans, specifications, designs, estimates, contracts, schedules, inspection and project monitoring. Initiates and conducts discussions with air service providers, tenants, and leaseholders . Directs the preparation and enforcement of contracts, leases and agreements. Assists in the preparation of Authority budget. Performs related duties as required.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS SUPERVISOR
This position will direct, plan, organize and oversee Airside/Landside operations activities at John Wayne Airport. The incumbent will oversee administrative activities of the operations division through subordinate operations staff assigned to multiple shifts operating seven days per week; monitor all airfield and terminal activities for compliance with FAA, TSA, state and local regulations, and actively participate in Airport emergencies. In addition, this position supervises four Airport Operation Officers. WORK HOURS The selected candidate should be available to work various shifts, including nights, weekends and holidays. DESIRABLE CORE COMPETENCIES In addition to meeting the minimum qualifications and performing a variety of airport related operational activities and supervisory tasks, the ideal candidate will demonstrate hands on experience working with Airport Airside and Landside operations and possess the following core competencies: SUPERVISION | LEADERSHIP | TEAMWORK INDUSTRY | SAFETY KNOWLEDGE ORGANIZING | PLANNING & PROBLEM SOLVING ORAL | WRITTEN COMMUNICATION SKILLS
Security CoordinatorResponsible for developing, monitoring, coordinating, and implementing all aspects of the Airport's security program at a regional non-hub commercial services airport to ensure activities conform to Transportation Security Regulation (TSR) 1542, Federal, State, local and Airport rules/regulations.Qualifications:Bachelor’s degree- Airport, Security, Business or related field.Preferred current experience in Airport Security Administration and TSR 1542 compliance. Successfully pass a 10 Year 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), and/or Airport Certified Employee (ACE) designation.Must obtain ACE within 30 days of hire date.Salary: $52,832.00 DOQCover Letter and Resume RequiredDeadline to Apply: April 19, 2018Send Application Materials: MailATTN: Daniel Elsea, A.A.E.Deputy Director222 Jet Ranger X DriveLafayette, LA 70508Email: DanielE@LFTairport.com
AIRPORT DIRECTOR - MIDDLETOWN REGIONAL AIRPORT(HOOK FIELD), MIDDLETOWN, OHIO
The Airport Director is responsible for the safe operation of the Middletown Regional Airport (MWO) and reports to the Economic Development Director. Major responsibilities include the overall management of the facilities and services, safe operation of all aircraft support operations managed by MWO, and administration of the airport budget and reporting requirements. Specific duties may include, but are not limited to, airport operations, airfield maintenance, administration and oversight of airport tenants and land leases, compliance reporting and the operational and administrative actions associated with these general areas of responsibility. The candidate must be familiar with FAA and ODOT policies and procedures for operating an airport. Employment is contingent upon an education/experience background investigation and a criminal history check. FAA pilot certification is desired but not required.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS AGENT
In this position, you will assist with coordinating operations and maintenance activities on the airfield and in the terminal building.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS AGENT
AIRPORT OPERATIONS AGENT - Midland, Texas - Entry-level airport operations position at the Midland International Air & Space Port. Assists the AOCC Supervisor with specific airport operations involving airside, landside, security and communications activities of a Part 139 small hub airport. Duties include daily airfield and terminal building inspections to comply with local, state and federal regulations; Airport ID Badge issuance and fingerprinting; assurance of Part 1542 compliance with access control system; NOTAM issuance; responding to inquiries from the public, airport tenants, airlines and governmental regulatory agencies. Involves shift work, weekends and holidays. Minimum requirements include a B.S. degree in aviation management, business administration or related field and the ability to obtain a Texas Class C driver's license. Starting annual salary $41,256; salary range $41,256 - $54,163. Resumes accepted until April 20, 2018. Submit resume and cover letter to Aaron Easton, AOCC Manager, PO Box 60305, Midland, TX 79711-0305. EOE.
DEPUTY ANNUAL DIRECTOR, MAINTENANCE - SNA
The County of Orange is seeking a Deputy Airport Director, Maintenance for John Wayne Airport (SNA) to plan, organize, and implement strategic actions within the following areas: Central Utility Plant Management, Building Repair and Maintenance, Airfield Repair and Maintenance, and Janitorial Service Contract Management.The ideal candidate will possess graduate studies in Engineering, Industrial Technology, Airport Maintenance Management, or other closely related field. The ideal candidate will also possess at least 10 years of recent, increasing responsibility demonstrating experience in managing issues within an airport or similarly complex setting. Direct experience in at least two of the following is required: airport administration, cooperative strategic planning, infrastructure repair planning, maintenance and utility management, and current infrastructure compliance regulations.Posting Deadline: April 20, 2018.
Salary Range: $50,716- $76,072 The Huntsville-Madison County Airport Authority is accepting applications for the position of Geographic Information System (GIS) Analyst to set up and maintain engineering/architectural design drawings and maps for Airport Authority properties. Applicant must have work experience with GIS and CAD software, knowledge of digitizing and data manipulation procedures for GIS, and understanding of database design for GIS software. A Bachelor’s degree in geographic information system or a closely related field is required with a minimum of five (5) years directly related experience with a geographic information system. Competitive Salary plus excellent benefits: Family Health, Health Reimbursement Account, Retirement, Disability, Educational Assistance, etc. Applications can be submitted at http://flyhuntsville.applicantpro.com. Equal Opportunity Employer, Drug Free Workplace
AIRPORT OPERATIONS OFFICER
Airport Operations Officers may be based in either Camarillo or Oxnard depending on existing business needs. Under supervision, they patrol the airports; monitor operations; provide security, safety, and emergency assistance when needed; greet, assist, and provide information to the public in the performance of routine duties and special assignments; assure compliance with airport rules, regulations, and ordinances; and perform related work as required. The ideal candidate will have considerable experience in airport operations leading to a solid understanding of Federal Aviation Administration and Transportation Security Administration regulations including knowledge of FAR Part 107 (small unmanned aircraft systems). A degree in airport/aviation administration/management and intermediate level skills in MS Word, Excel, and database tools are desirable.
DIRECTOR OF AIRLINE ROUTE DEVELOPMENT - BOS
Massachusetts Port Authority is seeking a Director of Airline Route Development to attract new and expanded international and domestic passenger and cargo flights to Logan International Airport (BOS) and other Massport owned or operated airports, while maintaining existing services.The ideal candidate will have thorough knowledge of international airline planning, marketing, finance and economics development and thorough knowledge of international sales and marketing and cultural protocols. Successful candidates will have a bachelor’s degree in marketing, business administration, finance, economics or related field or equivalent professional experience required. Master's degree preferred. Also required is 5-7 years’ experience in airline planning, revenue management, or marketing or 5 – 7 years’ experience in airport route development or aviation business consulting.Posting Deadline: April 13, 2018.
TERMINAL PLANNER - SEA
The Port of Seattle is seeking a Terminal Planner for the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA). The Terminal Planner will develop and analyze alternatives to provide operational solutions and capital project recommendations to accommodate growing airport activity with a high level of customer service. The successful candidate will have a broad knowledge of airport and airline operations and facilities, understanding of airport planning processes and project requirements and will have a general understanding of the capital project development process, including facility planning, design development and construction.The successful candidate will have a combination of education and experience, demonstrative knowledge, skills and abilities equivalent to a Bachelor’s Degree in Urban Planning, Architecture, Engineering, Aviation Management, or other related field; and five (5) years of experience in airport facility planning/analysis, development, management, and policy with increased responsibility and complexity of work.Posting Deadline: April 13, 2018.
ASSISTANT AIRPORT MANAGER
Two Openings in the LA County Airport System Timeframe: Immediate Job Duties:•Directly supervise approximately 10 Airport Operations Coordinators•Perform airport administrative functions to include: record keeping, reconcile and monitor daily fuel sales receipts•Perform accounting functions including generating customer billings, monthly reporting, processing customer payments and making bank deposits•Conduct regular inspections of airfield facilities (landside, terminal, airside)•Monitor fuel inventories and coordinates deliveries•Ensure regulatory compliance with various agencies•Oversee training of airport personnel•Respond to on airfield emergencies•General customer service duties•Other duties as assigned by the Airport Manager
Are you an independent worker comfortable with complex projects? Do you possess knowledge of current engineering principles and practices applied in planning, analysis, design and construction? Do you possess knowledge of airport operations and airport capital improvement programs? If you have answered yes to these questions, then come join our team at the Juneau International Airport! This position works independently under the general direction of the Airport Manager regularly working with complex projects in the millions of dollars. This position provides professional management of engineering and construction projects as well as contractors and consultants.
Operations SpecialistResponsible 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: April 8, 2018Send Application Materials: MailATTN: Giles MenardOperations Manager222 Jet Ranger X DriveLafayette, LA 70508Email: GilesM@LFTairport.com
Performs managerial work in planning, directing and coordinating difficult technical and skilled trades work in the maintenance and repair of airport buildings, grounds, equipment, and related facilities to include oversight of outside contractors. Plans, organizes and directs a broad variety of facilities, field, and fleet maintenance and repair activities including, but not limited to plumbing, electrical, HVAC, carpentry, equipment services, and grounds for the Airport Authority. Requires significant independence, initiative and management skill with advanced knowledge of technical and trade practices and skills. Requires coordination with a variety of airport officials in determining needs and priorities. Involves assigning work to subordinate supervisors, staffing, training, and ensuring quality, cost effective, and safe work. Participates in long and short-range planning for capital facilities, expansions, and needs. Position is on call 24-hours a day, 7-days per week.
AIRPORT NOISE PROGRAMS COORDINATOR
Work directly with neighboring Airport communities to address concerns regarding airport noise. Will offer essential noise mitigation services including management of sound insulation projects to eligible homeowners. 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.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS DEVELOPMENT MANAGER
Maintain operational continuity for the Aviation Operations Landside department on all projects by leading the current and future facility planning, budget management, and stakeholder engagement at Seattle Tacoma 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.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS AIDE
This is airport operations staff work of average difficulty performed in the airfield and office assisting in the routine day-to-day operational duties and details required for the safe and efficient operation of the Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport and Downtown Heliport. Under supervision, employees in this class assist in inspecting, maintaining, and operating facility systems. These employees must be familiar with federal and state regulations, airport operating protocols, aviation safety procedures, emergency programs, and airport alerts and response; and must be conversant with City rules, regulations, procedures and ordinances, particularly as applied to aviation property. Employees must exercise some initiative and independent judgment in planning and completing assignments. Work is regularly reviewed by forms, observation, and reports submitted, and daily results of work assignments. The City offers a competitive benefits package and salary, including 401(a) participation with a 9% City contribution and no employee match!
Reports to: Manager of ONT- Airside Directs, plans, and organizes functions and responsibilities associated with the safe operation of the airport's Airside Operations. This includes oversight of personnel and projects in the airside operating areas; management of personnel and contractors in maintaining Airport Rules and Regulations; management of department contracts; and management of the department budget. Provide oversight and serves as a resource for Airport airside operations operator providing direction and training on Airport policies and procedures, ordinance/regulatory enforcement issues, etc. Solve problems involving all airport tenants, including air carriers, FAA, all concessionaires, and parking lot and tram service operators. Review budgetary line items for Airside Operations, Ground Transportation Programs. Provide recommendations in budget process regarding these programs and other programs that have a budget impact. Recommend and develop written plans concerning revenue producing systems and programs associated with Airside Operations. Perform other duties as assigned.
Perform professional and administrative work planning and directing operations of the airport. The primary duty of this position is to ensure a safe, efficient, and cost effective operation of the airport. Additionally, the General Manager must have the skills to identify economic opportunities, market these opportunities and execute the necessary programs and plans to attract and bring to fruition the identified opportunities and business developments. It is critical the General Manager have a functional knowledge of Federal Aviation Administration regulations. The General Manager should have experience in airport operations, general aviation and commercial operations, as well as the ability to increase airport business and increase revenue generation. The selected individual will also have a basic awareness of legislative processes at the local, state and federal levels and can demonstrate their ability to work collaboratively with airport staff, city, county and federal 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, 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.
SENIOR MANAGER OF AIRSIDE FACILITIES
This position is responsible for the leadership and management duties of all airside facilities maintenance activities including, fleet garage activities, airfield taxiway/runway repair, maintenance and painting, pavement and grounds maintenance, and high voltage substation/electric systems. Work also includes oversight of construction maintenance repair projects, computerized work order and reporting system, and serving in special work groups requiring multi-disciplinary participation and the oversight of capital projects within the organization. The position also assists with and coordinates capital improvement projects with other departments as required. Collaboration with others and the ability to create a professional working environment is a key component of this position. The work is performed following clearly defined management and administrative principles and polices and involves a large variety of situations requiring the frequent use of judgement in search of solutions. Represents the Director of Facilities in his/her absence. Position is on call 24-hours a day, 7-days per week.
Mead & Hunt, Inc., a nationally recognized professional services consulting firm, has a position open for a civil engineer. Responsibilities include designing and leading aviation engineering projects; evaluating and analyzing existing projects; preparing plans and specifications for bidding and construction; performing QA/QC tasks; serving as the project manager and mentoring project staff; and serving as the onsite project engineer on construction projects. Travel will be required.
AIRPORT DUTY MANAGER
Sky Harbor International Airport has launched a new program, Airport Duty Managers (ADM). ADMs perform airport management duties with assigned shift responsibility for the safe, efficient, and secure operation of the entire Airport complex including airfield operations, terminal operations and monitoring the efficient operations of airport roadway systems, ground transportation operations, parking facilities, office buildings, tenant concessions, and other associated Aviation Department property This position is an integral part of decision making and crisis management during regular business hours and the ranking staff member on property during off hours. The Airport Executive Team will rely on this person to make decisions and give directions in their absence. These positions require working rotating shifts in a 24X7 operation including nights, weekends, and holidays. Recruitment closes at 11:59 p.m., March 26, 2018. Only on-line applications will be accepted. Go to https://www.phoenix.gov/ to see full job descriptions and to apply.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS/MAINTENANCE SPECIALIST
The Airport Operations/Maintenance Worker position is a non-exempt, entry level position that is under direct supervision of the Airport Operations/Maintenance Supervisor and/or Aviation Director. The Airport Operations/Maintenance Worker receives training to develop the knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform a variety of unskilled and semi-skilled duties and tasks supporting the operation of the Pueblo Memorial Airport. Duties and tasks include building and basic mechanical trades, performing inspections, enforcing rules and regulations, and monitoring and reporting airfield conditions and performing other tasks to ensure compliance with FAA/TSA standards. This position also responds to and assists with the management of airport disasters and emergencies at or near the Pueblo Memorial Airport.
CIVIL ENGINEER: AVIATION
Are you a motivated Civil Engineer graduate eager to develop your technical skills and work on teams with other dedicated employees? Join this leading design firm! Chapman Technical Group, a division of GRW, has an immediate opportunity for a civil engineer interested in developing a career in airport design with our aviation division in Buckhannon, WV.
INTRO AIRPORT RESCUE FIRE FIGHTERS
PRIMARY FUNCTION: Aircraft Rescue and Firefighting (ARFF) SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES: Perform ARFF functions in aircraft crash, fire and rescue emergencies. Must be able to maintain ARFF and related certifications throughout employment. BASIC FUNCTION: Day to day airport activities including aircraft rescue firefighting (ARFF), operational safety and security, customer service, grounds clean-up, report writing, general care taking services, and minor maintenance on Port facilities and equipment.
This position is responsible to the Tweed-New Haven Airport for the safe and efficient daily management, operation and maintenance of the Airport, compliance with rules, regulations and policies affecting the airport and airport personnel, as issued by all pertinent authorities. The Airport Manager may delegate such technical duties as circumstances require, but without relinquishing his/her personal responsibilities. 1.On site managing of the fulfillment of contractual obligations of AvPorts to the client. 2.Managing employees at Tweed-New Haven Airport. 3.Report information and respond to concerns of the Authority relative to Airport management. 4.Establishing such controls as are necessary to ensure the efficient operation of the airport. 5.Administer and enforce tenant agreements and use agreements. Enforcing airport rules and regulations. 6.The airport is operated for the benefit of the public, with a high degree of service consciousness, enhances the airport's image for both users and adjacent communities.
Plans, organizes, administers, executes, and champions all operational and developmental phases of Gary/Chicago International Airport (GYY). Under the general policy direction of AvPORTS, this position leads, plans, oversees, implements, manages and directs all Activities of the Airport, in accordance with FAA, TSA, and other applicable federal, state and local government regulatory requirements. Responsibilities include supervising the overall Airport operation and various division managers to manage and direct the financial, development, land, business, security, construction and related functions of the Airport. The incumbent is accountable for accomplishing Airport planning and operational goals and objectives, and for furthering the Authority’s goals and objectives within general policy guidelines.
The Northern Colorado Regional Airport is seeking a highly motivated individual to participate in a twelve month internship program. This program is intended to provide a comprehensive start to a future professional in the airport management and operations field. At the end of the internship period the individual to be able to demonstrate knowledge of airport management and operations through a wide variety of hands-on experience. The duties will be directly related to the management and operation of the Airport and will involve both inside and outside work. Work duties will generally include airport management functions, airfield operations, airport maintenance activities (including operation of maintenance equipment), airport finance and budgeting, marketing and promotions, aircraft rescue and firefighting, and special projects including the participation in the innovative Colorado Remote Air Traffic Control Tower Project.
Responsible for managing, coordinating and directing the pre-design, design and construction of capital improvement projects (CIP). This involves coordinating and directing all activities and personnel involved in the implementation and completion of projects and contracts including but not limited to pre-design, design, scheduling, construction, budget and compliance. Specific duties may include: managing and maintaining design/construction schedules, plan reviews; assisting in the development of schedules for bidding, construction, cost estimates and investigating and resolving schedule conflicts; conducting pre-bid meetings, evaluating bidders and conducting pre-construction meetings; addressing major issues prior to the beginning of and during construction; ensures no airport safety hazards are created and construction operations do not interfere with daily Airport operations; and inspecting work in progress to ensure it complies with contractual and funding source requirements.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS SPECIALIST
Typical duties: Maintain the Airport to FAA standards, enforce City ordinances, airport rules and regulations; Perform skilled/semi-skilled labor in the maintenance/repair of airport buildings, hangers, pavement, airfield lighting, security lighting/fencing, and other facilities and grounds; Perform daily inspections of all airport safety, security and operational areas and equipment including runway/taxiways, airfield lighting, parking aprons, hangars, terminal buildings, fuel storage areas, perimeter fences, and gates for compliance with Federal, State and local airport rules and regulations; Respond to, and operate emergency response vehicle, to provide assistance during aircraft emergencies (in conjunction with Fire, Police and FAA personnel), facility equipment failure, navigational aids, airfield lighting failures, building/structure emergencies, pavement failures, hazardous incidents and related emergency situations; Maintain records, complaint resolutions, maintenance/repair logs, vehicle inspection forms, daily work logs, FAA inspection records, etc.; Respond to routine questions/complaints/requests for service; initiate problem resolution
The intern will be trained and work hands on with: Compiling data sets to be included in our new CAFR (Comprehensive Annual Financial Report). Help with bank reconciliations, month-end prep, accounts payable input, invoice preparation, etc. General ledger keying. Year end closing procedures.
The intern will be trained on how to: Prepare materials for proposal submissions. Prepare materials for presentations or client meetings. Assist with updating marketing materials. Provide overall support for the marketing department via execution of messaging and marketing related to industry education, public awareness, etc. Other duties as assigned but not limited to evening & weekend events. Press Releases.
CWA OPERATIONS & MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR
This supervisory employee develops, recommends, implements, monitors, and improves the weekend and sustained operation of the Central Wisconsin Airport (CWA), Mosinee, WI. A strong 24/7 operations program is essential to the safe and efficient operation of a commercial service airport. The Operations & Maintenance Supervisor is the highest level airport official regularly scheduled on weekends. This person must have the ability and experience to make the right decisions in the best interest of the airport. Regular hours of work: Thursday through Sunday, 6 a.m. to 4 p.m. CWA is a regional, non-hub, Part 139 certificated airport located between the cities of Stevens Point and Wausau. The airport is owned by Marathon and Portage Counties and is governed by the Central Wisconsin Joint Airport Board. It is served by 3 airlines, Delta, American, and United Airlines, with daily departures to Chicago, Minneapolis, and Detroit.
AIRPORT POLICE CHIEF
St. Louis Lambert International Airport is seeking an experienced public safety/security professional to direct the overall operations of its police unit including Patrol, Dispatch, CID, Canine and UCR. Person is responsible for ensuring the enforcement of federal and state laws and St. Louis County ordinances in coordination with the Transportation Security Administration, Federal Aviation Administration, FBI, Secret Service and other law enforcement and public safety entities. Incumbent is responsible for daily administrative duties and supervision of officers and support personnel in compliance with established policies and procedures. Person reports directly to executive leadership. To apply, contact the City of St. Louis Department of Personnel, 314-622-4308, or go to WWW.STLOUIS-MO.GOV Persons who do not reside in the City of St. Louis must take up residence within the City of St. Louis within 120 days of completing a six month probationary period if hired. EOE
AIRFIELD MANAGER- GOVERNMENT CONTRACTOR
Criterion Corporation is currently seeking a candidate to fill an Airfield Manager position at the Youngstown Air Reserve Station, OH. Position requires performance of a variety of Airfield Management services pertaining to pre-flight planning, coordination and maintaining liaison with military, federal, internal and local agencies concerning flight planning, training routes utilization, flight movement messages and search and rescue operations. Additional duties include but not limited to that of airfield inspections and checks to ensure compliance with Air Force Instructions and FAA criteria, provide flight following services, maintain and process NOTAMs.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS SPECIALIST
Typical duties: Maintain the Airport to FAA standards, enforce City ordinances, airport rules and regulations; Perform skilled/semi-skilled labor in the maintenance/repair of airport buildings, hangers, pavement, airfield lighting, security lighting/fencing, and other facilities and grounds; Perform daily inspections of all airport safety, security and operational areas and equipment including runway/taxiways, airfield lighting, parking aprons, hangars, terminal buildings, fuel storage areas, perimeter fences, and gates for compliance with Federal, State and local airport rules and regulations; Respond to, and operate emergency response vehicle, to provide assistance during aircraft emergencies (in conjunction with Fire, Police and FAA personnel), facility equipment failure, navigational aids, airfield lighting failures, building/structure emergencies, pavement failures, hazardous incidents and related emergency situations; •Maintain records, complaint resolutions, maintenance/repair logs, vehicle inspection forms, daily work logs, FAA inspection records, etc.; Respond to routine questions/complaints/requests for service; initiate problem resolution
DIRECTOR OF PLANNING
The Director of Planning and Engineering leads the airport's project management, planning, engineering, environmental, design, and construction efforts. This position organizes the execution of airport capital program, airport master plan, and any architectural or engineering-related initiatives. This position reports directly to the General Manager and has two direct reports. Additional responsibilities: - Ensures that all development complies with applicable FAA design standards, operating requirements, and administrative requirements - Facilitates and reviews the construction of improvements made by the airport's tenants - Supports the preparation of federal, state, and local grant applications when necessary for funding - Assists customers with development of precise development plans prior to permitting - Completes AutoCad drawings as exhibits for contracts and updates schematics as needed - Works with staff and consultants to communicate information regarding regional land use, planning, and development issues, including vetting proposed projects in the region to confirm compliance with the ALUCP
AIRPORT OPERATIONS INTERN
The airport operations internship is designed to expose recent college graduates in Aviation Management to the many facets of managing and operating a commercial service airport. The internship will consist of up to 24 weeks of full-time professional introduction into airport operations and administration. Qualified candidates will be a recent graduate or will be graduating near the start date with a bachelor degree in airport management or closely related field. Please apply online at: https://egov3.durangogov.org/citizenaccess/
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR/AIRPORT MANAGER
The Winchester Regional Airport Authority (WRAA) is seeking an experienced leader in the aviation field to serve as Executive Director / Airport Manager. WRAA (OKV) is an active general aviation airport in a community setting that also serves as a reliever to the metro DC area. In addition to overseeing the day-to-day operations of the airport, the individual in this role will be responsible for clearly communicating the airport’s vision and working effectively in a collaborative setting with all stakeholders, including customers, employees, vendors, regulatory agencies, the Board of Directors, and the broader Winchester community. Full-time, competitive salary, beginning at $90K, and an excellent benefits package. Visit www.fcva.us/jobs today.
Jackson County has an immediate opening for an experienced individual to manage the operations of our 700-acre airport located just south of I-94 in Jackson, Michigan. The Airport Manager, operating under the supervision of the Airport Board and the County Administrator/Controller, plans, coordinates, and monitors all activities related to the operation and maintenance of the County airport. Essential functions include but are not limited to: Ensuring compliance with local, state, and federal laws and regulations regarding airport operations, security, and zoning. Supervising staff engaged in maintaining airport facilities and equipment to ensure a high level of service. Works with the Airport Board and County Administrator to promote airport services. Operates airport vehicles and maintenance equipment as necessary. We're a great place to work and great place to live - check us out! For more information and to apply, search "LIVE, WORK, PLAY JACKSON, MI" or go to https://www.co.jackson.mi.us/31/Live-Work-Play
BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM MANAGER
The San Diego Airport Authority is proud of its team members, have a high performing culture and we challenge ourselves through innovations...we work fast, value each other and have fun along the way. We are searching for a self-directed individual with demonstrated communication, collaborative, planning and organizational skills to facilitate our business development programs and strategies in a Business Development Program Manager role.
AIRPORT DIRECTOR OF ARCHITECTURE
The Maryland Aviation Administration (MDOT MAA) is currently accepting resumes for the position of Director of Architecture, at Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport and Martin State Airport. The Director of Architecture is responsible for the day-to-day management of the Office of Architecture providing leadership guidance and vision through the management of professional staff. This responsibility includes creating and implementing policies and procedures for the architectural design of projects at BWI Marshall and Martin State Airports. Prerequisite management skills to direct and supervise the work of staff, consultant teams, and contractors is required. This position is responsible for implementing, administering and supervising the interpretation and application policies, directives and procedures as well as federal, state, and local regulations. This position also provides oversight of general administrative functions, including the approval of budgets and the development of policies and guidelines. Please email resumes to Krystel Wilson, Human Resources Services Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
SMALL BUSINESS PROGRAMS - RDU
The Raleigh-Durham Airport Authority is seeking a Small Business Programs Officer to administer and coordinate the Authority's Disadvantaged Business Enterprise, Airport Concessionaires Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE/ACDBE) and Minority and Women Owned Small Business (MWSB) programs to attain stated goals and ensure compliance with federal and state law and regulations and Authority Regulations.The ideal candidate will have a bachelor’s degree in public or business administration or related field; and three to five years of experience with 49 CFR Part 23/26 (i.e. DBE program), the Federal Civil Rights Programs, affirmative action(s) programs, and contract monitoring; or equivalent combination of education and experience.Posting Deadline: March 30, 2018.
The Huntsville-Madison Airport Authority is accepting applications for the position of Operations Specialist. Duties include airside and landside inspections, periodic safety and quality control inspections of aviation fuel storage facility and fueling operations, safety and environmental compliance, emergency response, NOTAM management, wildlife management, and Communications Coordinator duties on an as-needed basis. Communications Coordinator duties include security system monitoring, responding to Operations and Security related issues, and Public Safety dispatch. Candidates should be familiar with FAR Parts 139 & 77 and with TSAR 1540 series. This position is required to work a rotating schedule, including second and third shift, weekends, and on-call. Individual will serve as liaison between airport management, tenants, and the public. Benefits include Family Health Insurance, Retirement, Health Reimbursement Account, etc. Applications can be submitted at https://flyhuntsville.applicantpro.com/jobs/ Equal Opportunity Employer. Drug Free Workplace.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS & MAINTENANCE MANAGER
Opportunity in sunny Central WA! The City of Yakima Air Terminal is looking for an experienced leader of airfield operations and maintenance to perform, plan, and coordinate the daily operations and maintenance personnel assignments. Work is performed independently under minimal supervision. This position performs airfield inspections, wildlife mitigation, snow removal operations, and emergency response (including afterhours, weekends, or holidays). The Operations and Maintenance Manager is frequently required to make presentations and interact with airport personnel, regulatory agencies, city departments, airport tenants, and the general public on an individual or group basis. The Operations and Maintenance Manager trains, supervises, and evaluates the performance of assigned personnel. Provides support to the Director for day to day management and operational functions and assists with short and long term planning for the Yakima Air Terminal.
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
The Tri-State Steuben County Airport in Angola, Indiana is conducting a search to fill the position of Airport Manager. This position is very “hands on”. The successful candidate will have extensive knowledge in the business and operations of a general aviation airport serving a small community and will bring ideas to expand activity at the airport with aviation related and other uses. Additionally, the successful candidate will possess personnel managerial skills to direct part-time labor and soft skills required to interact cordially with professional and private pilots as well as local officials, media and the general public. Annual compensation is $40,000 to $50,000 plus county employee benefits. For a complete job description for this position please connect to the following link: http://steubencountyairport.com/job-description/ Please send resume’s to: mailto:email@example.com
ASSISTANT CHIEF INFORMATION OFFICER
An Assistant CIO for the City of Phoenix is an executive-level technology leader. Candidates must have extensive leadership, strategic planning, technical competencies, and proven collaboration experience. Oversight of operations, leading strategic planning and collaboration with business units are core responsibilities. This position reports to the Information Technology Services and Aviation Departments’ management teams, and oversees operations of the Aviation Department’s technology environments at Phoenix Sky Harbor, Deer Valley, and Goodyear Airports. Responsibilities include working with Aviation Department Executive leadership on annual work plans, oversight of project teams for large, multi-million dollar projects, collaboration with City and regional partners, and management of vendors. The position requires an individual with a business-oriented mindset that can demonstrate the ability to utilize technology to increase airport revenue and improve customer service to Phoenix air travelers and will manage a budget of $18 million and oversee a staff of over 70 IT professionals.
ASSISTANT AIRPORT MANAGER, BARNSTABLE MUNICIPAL AIRPORT
Town of Barnstable, Massachusetts Assistant Airport Manager The Town of Barnstable is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Assistant Airport Manager. Work involves planning, organizing and directing the operations of an FAA Part 139 municipal airport. Position is responsible for direct supervision of the Operations, Maintenance, Aircraft Fire Fighting, and the Security/Noise Abatement functions. Successful candidates will have a Bachelor’s Degree in Aviation Management or related field and more than 7 years experience in airport operations; more than 3 of which is in a management/supervisory capacity; or any equivalent combination of education and experience. Pilots license preferred. Must be able to pass a security check, possess working knowledge of federal, state and local regulations governing airport operations. Knowledge of airport marketing and development. MassDOT Aeronautics Airport Manager license and valid driver’s license. Annual Salary Range $89,544 to $96,925 + benefits Apply at www.townofbarnstable.us by March 23, 2018 AA/EOE
PROGRAM MANGER, HORIZONTAL PROJECTS
To manage and oversee the daily management of the Project Managers assigned to the unit to ensure their projects are well planned, coordinated, scoped, budgeted and designed; constructed safely, on schedule, within budget, with good quality, with minimal operational impacts and with positive effects on overall security. Manages the delivery of the assigned capital program projects for the entire the Authority by overseeing the daily management of assigned Project Managers. Areas of Project management responsibility include: Logan, Hanscom, Worcester, Maritime, and Developmental project coordination. EDUCATION: Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering and professional experience managing large, complex capital projects required. EXPERIENCE: 10+ years of professional experience managing large, complex capital project required. Demonstrated experience with planning, facilities management, permitting, design, financing, budgeting, construction and start-up of capital projects required. Demonstrated understanding of operating functions of maritime operations and development properties required. Registered Professional Engineer. Please apply online at: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/massport
This is a property management position which involves the development, execution and monitoring of all lease administration, business development programs and oversight, marketing and recruitment of industrial and business park tenants for the Sarasota Manatee Airport Authority. The work requires understanding and application of Real Estate, Property Administration, Marketing, and Budgeting disciplines. Schedules, assigns, monitors, reviews and evaluates the work of Department staff. The work is performed under limited supervision where work assignments are subject to established procedures, practices and standards. The work is reviewed in terms of feasibility, compatibility with other work projects and effectiveness in achieving expected results. Visit www.srq-airport.com for instructions application procedures. Applications/resumes are subject to disclosure in accordance with the Florida Sunshine Law. EOE/AA/E-Verify Employer, Drug, Tobacco & Alcohol-Free Workplace Program
The San Luis Obispo Regional Airport is conducting an open recruitment for a new position of Deputy Director for Administration. 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 selected for this role will report directly to the Airport Director and have responsibility for all aspects of the Administration of the Airport. They will have overall responsibility managing the Airports finance, administration and business development functions. Additionally, the individual will be responsible for the development of the Airports marketing strategy to promote air service and other airport activities. This position is open until filled.
Hoyle, Tanner is growing, and workload in the Aviation discipline is expanding. We are seeking a candidate, with a passion for aviation, who understands the business aspects of Airport Development and has a record of success with transportation infrastructure planning. The position is focused on airport clients but can expand to other forms of surface transportation in response to regional multi-modal thinking. As an Airport Planner in our Aviation Services Group you will: Perform Airport Layout Plan updates. Manage various projects and studies including; avigation easement and land acquisition, Small Unmanned Aerial System (sUAS) 3D analysis, obstruction analysis, Master Plan updates, noise studies, heliport planning and improvement, etc. You will also be involved in our established sUAS data program, and in other surface transportation planning projects. The position can be based in any of our offices with N. Andover, MA as the preferred location.
AIRPORT FINANCE SENIOR ADVISORY PROFESSIONAL
LeighFisher Seeks Senior-Level Advisory Professionals, Airport Business and Finance Burlingame, CA and Cincinnati, OH LeighFisher, a global transportation management consulting firm, seeks highly motivated individuals for its U.S. aviation business and finance practice. LeighFisher looks for outstanding candidates with strong credentials and a passion for client service, who enjoy teamwork on cutting-edge aviation projects. LeighFisher has provided advisory services to 80% of the large- and medium-hub airports in the United States. LeighFisher’s aviation management consulting services include: Financial analysis and planning, Financial feasibility studies, Privatization advisory, Commercial and concessions development, Management and organizational development, Forecasting; economic analysis, Ground transportation and parking planning, Rental car advisory and planning. For consideration please submit a resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. Our recruitment brochure for this position can be found at: http://www.leighfisher.com/library/recruiting_brochure.pdf. For more information on careers with LeighFisher, visit http://www.leighfisher.com.
BUSINESS MANAGER - AIRPORT DINING & RETAIL
Manages Port-tenant contractual obligations, revenue-maximization and operational aspects of Airport Dining and Retail tenants and develops new non-airline sources of revenue. - Lease Management & Operations - Program Business Development 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.
JUNIOR OR MID-LEVEL AVIATION ENGINEER
CHA Consulting, Inc. is currently seeking a Junior or Mid-Level Aviation Engineer for our Cleveland, OH office. The responsibilities include design and construction engineering for airport construction projects including: runways, taxiways, aircraft parking aprons, roadways, utilities, drainage and grading plans, and construction cost estimating. Additional responsibilities include: Plans, schedules, conducts, and coordinates detailed phases of a project. Can develop work plans to coincide milestones of a project and when revisions of work plan need to be addressed. Selects procedures and checks complete reports and calculations. Leads entry and junior level engineers. Completes field assignments, when appropriate. May assist or involved in the technical scope proposal development. Allocates billable time to projects. Other related duties, as assigned.
The Training Supervisor is a member of the Securitas Management Team at Detroit Metropolitan Airport. He or she reports to the Account Manager and provides initial and re-current training of all Contract security personnel at DTW and YIP. The Training Supervisor shall have a minimum of one (1) year supervisory or management experience. It is preferred that the individual has training experience. The Training Supervisor shall be assigned to a variety of shifts as needed to provide security officer training. Coaches, trains, and develops security officers and supervisors as it relates to training provided; Promotes employee retention initiatives through training drivers. The position is permanently assigned to Detroit Metropolitan Airport.
Under the supervision of the Security Account Manager, the Performance Manager is responsible for ensuring the daily security operation runs in a safe, efficient and cost effective manner. The Performance Manager will provide on-site testing, observations and necessary training to audit and improve the security guards'' knowledge, skills and abilities with respect to the assigned post, post orders duties, TSA and FAA regulations, and contingencies at Detroit Metropolitan Airport.
The Administrative Assistant will provide administrative support for the SCIS Account Manager at Detroit Metropolitan Airport and for the entire Management Team, including the Assistant Account Manager, Training Supervisor, and Performance Manager. The SCIS Administrative Assistant will also work closely with the local Securitas Administrative support team. Providing administrative and operational support, maintaining working schedules for security guards, supervisors, and trainers, producing monthly and quarterly reports, maintaining personnel rosters and distributing them to managers and supervisors as needed. Carrying out other duties as necessary.
ACCOUNT MANAGER - AVIATION
Manages the security services and related operations provided to an assigned Aviation account including client service and problem resolution, operational effectiveness, preparation of post orders, staffing, scheduling, supervision and training. Distinguishing Characteristics: Performs a variety of management functions for assigned account; may be assigned a rank, as defined by client contract. Does not perform Security Officer Duties except on a limited, relief or emergency basis. Syracuse, New York.
PROJECT CONTROLS MANAGER
We are seeking a full-time Project Controls Manager for our Dallas, Texas office. This position will participate in major airline facility development projects and will support senior project managers and program management activities. The Project Controls Manager will be part of the Program leadership teams with direct responsibilities that include strategic and financial planning, cost controls, auditing, financial analysis and reporting. The current opening is for a Project Controls Manager on the Maintenance Hangar Projects at HOU and PHX for Southwest Airlines.