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DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
The Erie Regional Airport Authority (ERAA) is seeking qualified applicants to serve as the Director of Operations and Maintenance for Erie International Airport (ERI). Under the direction of the Executive Director, this leadership position is an essential role for the ERAA as the individual provides and implements policies and procedures to ensure the airport operates in compliance with all applicable rules, regulations, and requirements. Please visit www.erieairport.org and click on “Employment” for a detailed job description and qualifications. Posting closes July 17, 2020.
Syracuse Regional Airport Authority, operator of the Syracuse Hancock International Airport, is seeking candidates for an exciting opportunity to join our team as a Finance Manager. This position reports directly to the Chief Financial Officer and is responsible oversight of accounting, both accounts receivable, accounts payable, and purchasing, monthly end close procedures, and internal controls, and oversees the accounting support staff. The ideal candidate will have knowledge of modern best practices in accounting, auditing, business management and administration, including debt and investment management, and generally accepted accounting procedures (GAAP), along with excellent communication, organizational, and interpersonal skills. Must be well versed in Microsoft Suite, especially Excel. Previous experience in public sector accounting is preferred but not required. For the full job description and to apply go to: www.syrsraa.com/careers.
SENIOR SITE CIVIL DESIGN ENGINEER
DY Consultants is looking for an experienced Civil Engineer to join our team and be part of this rapidly growing company. This position provides the ideal candidate an excellent opportunity to work with DY during this important period, while we actively participate in the expansion and improvement of airports. The Civil Engineer should be “hands on” and capable of working independently on design projects while providing instructions to junior level engineers. Key responsibilities will include carrying out feasibility studies, referencing designs, detailing designs, and preparing and reviewing reports, technical specifications and proposals for design projects. You will be involved in a wide variety of interesting landside roadway and airside airport projects, while interacting with clients. Typical development projects include pavements, geometry, grading, drainage, all utilities and other associated construction items.
AIRPORT SECURITY SPECIALIST
In this position, you will ensure compliance with all TSA regulations pertaining to airport security. You will also maintain and supervise all badging operations and recordkeeping. Essential Job Functions. Process fingerprint records; review background investigations; maintain appropriate sensitive and/or restrictive records; maintain and organize confidential information. Update and write security amendments and security plan; review existing and new security directives; ensure compliance with federal regulations, and maintain various security department accreditations and programs.
Coordinate with TSA to process sensitive security information; disseminate information to air carriers and airport, and maintain and gather information for audits and inspections. Conduct security training for airport personnel and tenants. Serve as liaison with airport management, airline managers, TSA personnel, airport tenants, and various CSPD (Colorado Springs Police Department) divisions. Serve as an Airport Security Coordinator (ASC) for the Airport. Supervise badging staff; ensure effective customer service.
AVIATION ASSISTANT DIRECTOR
TYPICAL DUTIES: Plan, organize, implement, direct and review airport property usage and appraisals. Involves: Recommend rental rates and charges, and forecast revenues and costs associated with leasing airport properties. Negotiate leases and rental agreements. Advise and assist tenants. Initiate collection procedures against delinquent lessees. Prepare related reports and correspondence for presentation to Mayor and Council. Research and recommend airport property leasing, sales or acquisition policy interest. Recommend and arrange for approval of leasehold development and improvement. Schedule and direct inspection of premises to ensure tenant compliance with lease requirements. Acts as a liaison between Department and domestic and international airline representatives. Plan, organize, implement, direct and review department financial administration. Involves: Oversee record keeping and preparation of accounting reports and financial statements within City's approved accounting systems. Direct department inventories and warehouse activities. Conduct cost-benefit, statistical or other analyses, and recommend funding program improvements and staffing changes.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS MANAGER
This is a *New Position* to join the team at Aspen Pitkin County Airport as we embark on $500 Million terminal and runway modernization project in 2021. Reporting to the Director of Operations, Safety and ARFF, the Airport Operations Manager will be responsible for supervising, coaching, leading and inspiring 4 Operational Supervisors, 1 Training Supervisor and our team of Operations Coordinators. We are looking for an experienced Airport Operations professional, ready to take their career to the next level - in addition to A LOT of snow to remove, we will keep you busy with regular reviews and updates of our ACM, AEP, SWMP, SPCC, WHMP in addition to our daily operational needs.
MANAGER, AIRPORT SECURITY / JFK INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
Manager, Airport Security / JFK International Airport The selected candidate will be responsible for the day-to-day operation of the Airport Security Unit, Airport ID Office, and the supervision of assigned staff. The Airport Security Manager is designated as the Airport Security Coordinator (ASC) and the Facility Information Security Officer and serves as primary point of contact with Port Authority units that are involved in planning and construction of the airport's physical and technological security systems, as well as those tenants and units responsible for the use of such systems. The Security Manager will also coordinator with all local, state and federal agencies. · Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college in Business Administration, Aviation Management or another related field. · Minimum of five years of aviation security experience at the supervisory level or equivalent at a commercial service airport. To apply please go to Jointheportauthority.com Job# 37514
AIRPORT OPERATIONS SECURITY COORDINATOR
Ensures compliance with federal, state and local requirements for commercial airports. Provides a safe and efficient transportation gateway to the region, allowing tourism to fuel the economy of Aspen and the Roaring Fork Valley. Responsible for all aspects of Airport security and safety including snow removal, wildlife mitigation, and other safety related issues. Duties may vary according to job assignment.
The Airport Intern will join the Aspen/Pitkin County Airport (ASE) team to complete a 12 week internship which covers all aspects of airport operations including: wildlife and wetlands management, snow and ice removal, USDA, FAA and TSA regulations, ARFF, landside and airside operations to include line management and badging. The intern will also complete an airport related project which will be assigned based on the operational needs of the Airport. Duties may vary according to job assignment. The Airport Intern must be receiving college credits and currently enrolled in an accredited college or university studying Aviation Management or a related field in order to qualify for this position.
Performs responsible semi-skilled work by coordinating and providing aircraft flight line services and related work. Performs related duties as assigned. Full job description including essential duties and compensation package at www.fcva.us/jobs.
AVIATION RESEARCH ANALYST
Woolpert, Inc. is a cutting-edge national architecture, engineering and geospatial (AEG) firm that delivers value to clients by blending engineering excellence with innovative technology and geospatial applications. Woolpert was recently certified for the fourth year in a row as an Employer of Choice by Great Place To Work®. We believe great companies are built from exceptional people and amazing clients. As we grow, we are seeking an experienced Aviation Research Analyst with strong Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) and Urban Air Mobility (UAM) technical, regulatory and operational expertise to support research and development activities. Services will support both internal and external clients in the research, planning and deployment of UAS and/or UAM technology implementation programs, helping them realize their vision and drive toward their goals.
Aviation Director Position for Washington County (Pennsylvania) Airport (KAFJ) The Redevelopment Authority of the County of Washington is currently seeking qualified applicants for the Aviation Director position in Washington County, Pennsylvania. This position requires considerable knowledge of general aviation management, Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) rules and regulations; Bureau of Aviation (BOA) grant administration; Airport vendor and tenant negotiation procedures; legal requirements associated with Airport operations and runway/facilities maintenance; EPA regulations related to airport projects; and partnerships and liabilities associated with Airport operations and practices. This position supervises airport staff, determines daily work assignments, resolves Airport safety issues, collects rents, ensures Airport maintenance is accomplished, and makes recommendations relating to the purchases of major equipment, hangar construction and location, lease agreements, Airport design issues, budget development and financial management. This position reports to the Redevelopment Authority Economic Development Director.
The City of Renton is hiring a Business Coordinator to work at the Renton Municipal Airport. For more detailed information, including on how to apply, please visit Renton's Job Opportunities page.
MANAGER OF AIRPORT OPERATIONS
The Reno-Tahoe Airport Authority (RTAA) is seeking an individual with experience managing the airfield at a Part 139 commercial airport to lead our Airport Operations Department as the Manager. The RTAA offers a positive, professional work environment that values teamwork, honesty, respect, recognition, integrity, innovation, versatility and excellence. At the RTAA, the Manager of Airport Operations is a key member of the Operations & Public Safety team and reports to the Vice-President. The Manager is responsible for managing and directing the day-to-day operations of the Airport Operations department, which has primary responsibility for providing oversight, coordination, integration and communication for all airfield and terminal activities in accordance with FAA Part 139 regulations, the Airport Certification Manual, the Airport Emergency Plan, TSA Part 1542, and any other applicable regulations, directives, rules, policies or procedures at the Reno-Tahoe International Airport. The Manager is also responsible for providing coordination during emergency operations.
AIRPORT SECURITY SPECIALIST
Essential Duties This is technical and specialized work in which class incumbents provide airport security. Work involves monitoring and enforcing day-to-day security at the airport facility and coordinating the response to airport emergencies, which may include periods of high stress. Operates airport surveillance, access control, fire alarm, flight information, communications and building management systems. Provides dispatch services and coordinates police, fire, emergency medical services and airport operations’ response to emergency and non-emergency calls for service. Identifies safety and security violations and reports suspicious activities. Provides customer services such as answering questions, giving directions, and helping customers to resolve complaints and requests for information. Maintains activity logs and other records. Uses checklists in the performance of duties. Performs related work as required. Closing Date: July 3, 2020 at 5pm ET Salary Range: $12.92 to $29.61/hourly. Estimated hiring rate approximately $15.50/hour
Under the direction of the General Counsel, the Attorney performs duties as assigned. The Legal Department provides legal services to the Airport Authority Board, Airport Authority Departments and Divisions, including (i) preparing all contracts, operating agreements, and leases between the Airport Authority and third parties; (ii) providing legal counsel to the Authority Board and all Departments and divisions when requested; (iii) handling litigation and other legal proceedings against or by the Authority; (iv) coordinating the legal services provided by outside counsel; and (v) handling all legal matters related to the governance of the Authority. The Wayne County Airport Authority offers a benefit package that includes paid vacation and sick time, paid holidays, retirement, tuition reimbursement, medical, optical and dental insurance, and performance bonuses. Accommodations A person with disabilities, who needs an accommodation regarding a job application, or to participate in the examination process, must notify the Human Resources Department 734-942-3775.
Position Summary: Under general direction of the Public Works Director, manages, administers, and coordinates the daily operations, promotion, development, special events, and long-range strategic planning for the Los Alamos Airport in accordance with associated federal and state regulations, and the county’s established goals and policies. Maintains confidentiality of privileged information.
AIRPORT ACCOUNTING COORDINATOR
This position performs duties related to the airport department's accounting functions, supervises administrative support staff and provides other specialized support functions. Some job duties include: Supervises office staff in the processing of accounts payable and accounts receivable; instructs, assigns, and monitors postings, balancing, and reporting; prepares data for reporting and tracking of airline performance. Ensures compliance with applicable regulations. Prepares revenue and expense analyses, and draft budget for management review. Coordinates the preparation of reoccurring state and federal reports. Prepares and inputs airline billing into airline invoicing software. Prepares contractor payments. Prepares/supervises reimbursement requests for FAA, TSA and State grants. Prepares and submits quarterly PFC reports into FAA software. Supervises and trains staff in the processing of badge applicants. Coordinates and resolves issues with the airport’s FIDS, WIFI, PA, cable TV, electronic fingerprint systems); assists with website administration. Performs related duties.
CHIEF COMMERCIAL OFFICER (CCO)
SFO is seeking an entrepreneurial leader to join the executive leadership team as SFO’s Chief CommercialOfficer. The CCO is responsible for planning, developing, and implementing the strategy and direction in the areas of commercial development, concessions, parking, airline lease, and property management for SFO.The CCO will report to the Airport Director and manage a highly skilled team which includes the Revenue Development and Management Director (leases and concessions) Aviation and Parking Management Director, and Hotel Development & Special Projects Director. The CCO will lead SFO in identifying new revenue sources and enhancing existing SFO revenue sources to grow the airport as a high performing and world class organization. While knowledge of the commercial airport business and financial operations would be helpful, they are not essential. SFO seeks candidates who understand the principals of growth through revenue enhancements as well as developing new complementary enterprises.
Under general supervision, coordinates and enforces operational policies in a variety of applications on Airport property. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor's Degree in Aviation Management or related field. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Experience working at an Airport, preferred. LICENSES & CERTIFICATIONS: Valid State of Florida Driver's License or must obtain within (30) days of assuming position and good driving record. Starting Salary Range: $41,992 - $48,290 Salary Grade Range: $41,992 - $62,989
MANAGER OF FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION
Assists with all accounting, fiscal management, personnel and administrative functions. Responsibilities include: assisting lease and property administration; airport insurance program; fiscal administration of federal and state grant programs; human resources management; and performs other duties. Assists in the preparation, collection, interpretation, recording and distribution of financial records and reports; monitors fiscal activities and insures compliance with applicable federal, state and local regulations; assists in the maintenance required for accounting and bookkeeping systems and procedures, including journals, general ledgers and subsidiary ledgers; reviews and reconciles revenue and expense trends; assists with annual audit; and prepares additional analysis as requested. Oversees and participates in the accounts receivable, accounts payable and purchasing functions; maintains records and reports; processes payments, initiates wire transfers, updates and reconciles banking data, resolves discrepancies; aids in preparation of bids; supervises payroll preparation for airport personnel; completes or supervises completion of payroll, sales and other required tax reports.
ORAT, ACTIVATION, TRANSITION, MOVE MANAGEMENT
Looking for the best and brightest to join our Operational Readiness and Transition team. Successful candidates will have airport and/or airline experience, excellent organizational skills, outstanding people skills, and be willing to travel or relocate to project sites.
ASSISTANT AIRPORT MANAGER/BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT SPECIALIST
Under the direction of the Airport Manager, the Assistant Airport Manager is responsible for engaging internal and external stakeholders regarding organizational strategy, airside business development including UAS operations and manufacturing, FBO development, industrial park development, air service development, planning, land use, outreach, marketing, advertising, and related programs. The incumbent will need to be comfortable presenting at public and community meetings. The position facilitates strategic planning, monitoring progress and prepares reports on organizational performance in achieving strategic goals and objectives. The Assistant Airport Manager also participates in airport operational functions and emergency response as needed. This individual will be called upon to meet with customers, tenants, elected officials, other government officials, business and civic leaders to discuss technical matters and future planning endeavors as well as working closely with internal and external stakeholders in support of timely achievement of strategic projects and initiatives. C.M. or A.A.E. preferred.
AIRCRAFT RESCUE FIREFIGHTER OFFICER
The ARFF Officer is to perform all operational and safety functions at the airport during assigned shift, operating within established guidelines and procedures. Performs duties in the fire services area of assignment and airport operations. Performs entry-level firefighting, fire prevention and rescue work. Protects people, property, and the environment from fire and disasters. Provides fire prevention, emergency medical services, firefighting, rescue, hazardous materials and weapons of mass destruction response. Assists Airport Operations with daily FAA and TSA required tasks and duties. Works with limited supervision of the Public Safety Chief to operate and monitor airport security, safety and building control systems.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS OFFICER
The Evansville Airport is seeking individual(s) for the Airport Operations Officer position. This position is to perform a wide variety of specialized and detailed tasks in support of Airport Operations, Aviation Security, Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness. These individuals will ensure FAA, TSA, and state rules and regulations governing a commercial service airport. Responsibilities will include compliance with Part 77, part 139, TR 1542, airside operations to include wildlife management, snow & ice control and construction activities.
GENERAL MANAGER / CEO
The Denver Regional Transportation District seeks a dynamic, collaborative and progressive CEO. Reporting to a 15-member directly elected Board, the CEO is responsible for implementing policy set by the Board by overseeing and directing the daily operations of RTD’s services. The ideal candidate will have a proven track record of successfully managing a large, complex, and diverse organization that operates to provide the highest quality of service to its customers. Additionally, this individual will have strong financial management, strategic planning, public relations, community relations, and governmental relations skills. RTD is dedicated to ensuring that the District operates as one of the leading transit systems in the United States. As such, the new CEO will be integral to the continued success of RTD and the region as it strives to provide the highest quality of service possible to its customers and stakeholders. To obtain the full position description, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS MANAGER
The Airport Operations Manager at the Gerald R. Ford International Airport Authority provides management of airfield operations at the Gerald R. Ford International Airport (GFIA). This leadership position is an essential role for the GFIA as the individual provides and implements policies and procedures to ensure the airport operates in compliance with all applicable rules, regulations, and requirements. The role also provides supervision and management for Airport Operations Officers and the Airport Communications (Dispatch) Specialists. The Airport Operations Manager reports to the Director of Public Safety and Operations at the GFIA.
FACILITY MAINTENANCE MANAGER
We are currently recruiting for a Facilities Manager that shares in our desire to expand the Gerald R. Ford International Airport Authority (GFIAA) by creating an exceptional experience for our guests and employees. Our Facilities Manager will oversee and direct the employees and contractors engaged in Facilities Maintenance and assist in ensuring compliance with all appropriate federal, state and local rules and regulations. The Facilities Manager will direct teams that focus on each critical area and develop leaders and associates to create a comprehensive program and team. Functional areas within the scope of this position include preventative and corrective maintenance programs for Airport Authority owned facilities.
We are currently recruiting for an Airfield Manager that shares in our desire to expand the Gerald R. Ford International Airport Authority (GFIAA) by creating an exceptional experience for our guests and employees. Our Airfield Manager/Superintendent will oversee and direct the employees and contractors engaged in Airfield Maintenance and assist in ensuring compliance with all appropriate Advisory Circulars and other FAA airport regulations. The Airfield Manager will direct teams that focus on each critical area and develop leaders and associates to create a comprehensive program and team. Functional areas within the scope of this position include preventative and corrective maintenance programs for: Airfield Maintenance (roadways, taxiways, pavement, airfield electrical and snow and ice control etc.), fleet maintenance (heavy equipment and automotive) and grounds. The Gerald R. Ford International Airport is a cold weather station so experience managing snow removal at a small to medium sized hub is required.
LINE TECHNICIAN III
We’re looking for an experienced Line Technician to provide servicing of various types of general aviation aircraft with a high priority for safety and strong customer service in a fast paced environment. Some of the duties include: Refueling aircraft and assisting with training new employees ensuring aircraft are properly refueled. Respond to all airport emergencies and initiate Naples Airport emergency response plan and programs. Marshal, park, greet, tow, wing-walk, and provide various services including lavatory and water services to general aviation aircraft. Ensure all equipment is in safe and proper working order performing routine daily and monthly equipment safety inspections. REQUIREMENTS - A minimum of three years of line technician experience, including at least one year in a lead or supervisory capacity - Strong customer service skills - Ability to operate fuel truck, lektro and other types of vehicles and equipment - Pass criminal history check.
Naples Airport Authority is looking for an experienced Communications Coordinator to be responsible for the internal and external communication of information, encompassing all print and electronic media. Some position duties include: Coordinate and serve as public and media contact. Assist in strategic development and implementation of public affairs communications and media relations. Respond to noise comments. Create, design and ensure consistent and correct brand imaging. Coordination of regularly scheduled calendar events and speaking engagements, plan for new initiatives and event requests. REQUIREMENTS - Excellent writing and editing skills, strong verbal and presentation skills - Proficiency in the principles and practices of journalism, media relations and/or public relations - Experience in brand management and community relations - Strong proficiency with computer publishing programs, electronic media platforms including website design and maintenance, and social media - Ability to work closely with trade news media on story development.
LINE TECHNICIAN III
We’re looking for experienced Line Technicians to provide servicing of various types of general aviation aircraft with a high priority for safety and strong customer service in a fast-paced environment. Some of the duties include: Refueling aircraft and assisting customers. Work with training new employees ensuring aircraft are properly refueled. Respond to all airport emergencies and initiate Naples Airport emergency response plan and programs. Marshal, park, greet, tow, wing-walk, and provide various services including lavatory and water services to general aviation aircraft. Ensure all equipment is in safe and proper working order performing routine daily and monthly equipment safety inspections. REQUIREMENTS - A minimum of three years of line technician experience, including at least one year in a lead or supervisory capacity - Strong customer service skills - Ability to operate fuel truck, lektro and other types of vehicles and equipment - Pass background check.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS OFFICER
Under the direct supervision of Operations Supervisors, Airport Operations Officers at Williston Basin International Airport are responsible for assisting in the overall operation of airside, landside, and terminal areas on an assigned shift, including nights, weekends, and holidays. This position ensures compliance with Federal Aviation Regulations (FAR) Part 77 and 139, Transportation Security Regulation (TSR) Part 1542, and all other applicable statutes, regulations, and requirements and occasionally performs ARFF duties. This position is responsible for ensuring the safety and security of all airport users.