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AIRPORT OPERATIONS OFFICER
Austin Straubel International Airport, Green Bay Wis. Under general supervision of the airport operations supervisor, requires a motivated individual to coordinate and monitor airfield, landside and terminal operations to ensure compliance with FAA, TSA and county regulations. Performs snow removal supervision, issues NOTAMS, and conducts inspections. Develops and updates FAA/TSA required manuals and plans, provides escorts, coordinates with construction contractors. Requires a bachelor's degree in aviation management or a two-year degree plus two years of experience at a Part 139 airport. Brown County, Wis., accepts online applications only at http://www.co.brown.wi.us/.
ONSITE PROJECT MANAGER - ELECTRICAL/AVIATION DESIGN
Woolpert seeks an onsite project manager to work under direction of the regional program manager (RPM), and manage all on-site activities for a small project, or a subtask of a larger program, in accordance with the project schedule. This includes directing and coordinating subcontractor and self-perform activities in accordance with project/client procedures, scope of work, and contract specifications. Serves as the primary point of contact with the client for all site activities related to assigned area(s) of responsibility. A majority of projects will involve FAA navigational aids. Qualified candidates will have a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering, or related degree, with eight years of experience working on FAA electronic/communications installations/projects in an aviation environment, with four of those years in a project management role. For a complete job description, visit and apply on line at www.apply2jobs.com/woolpert. EEO/AA employer (M/F/D/V).
ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT - AIRPORT OPERATIONS
Responsible administrative, supervisory and technical work directing the security activities of Tallahassee Regional Airport; serving as the federally mandated airport security coordinator; directing the division’s administrative functions; developing and maintaining the airport’s rules and regulations and airport minimum standards; assisting in the day-to-day direction of the division and serving as division superintendent as needed. Work is performed with considerable independent judgment while working within established policies and procedures under the general direction of the superintendent–airport operations. Incumbent is expected to exercise considerable discretion and initiative in the performance of daily tasks. Work is reviewed through conferences, reports, and by results achieved. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/5873081.
SENIOR PROGRAM ADMINISTRATOR
Massport. Responsible for administration, oversight and implementation of Massport’s Airport Concession Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (ACDBE) program. Responsible for all aspects of ACDBE program compliance pursuant to Massport goals and policies, and federal regulatory requirements, to include support and assistance in the development, monitoring, and enforcement of annual and individual concessionaire ACDBE participation goals. Consults with the airport business office and other Massport department staff regarding goal-setting and ACDBE program concession opportunities, compliance, oversight, and enforcement; and compilation of associated documents and data to support the ACDBE program for recordkeeping, for internal and external reporting on ACDBE program goals, progress, and compliance, and for required federal regulatory reporting purposes. It also assists with the diversity participation in Massport’s construction, design and goods and services programs. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/5871114.
ASSISTANT DIRECTOR, AVIATION (BUSINESS RETENTION AND DEVELOPMENT)
Miami International Airport (MIA) is operated by the Miami-Dade Aviation Department and is the property of Miami-Dade County government. Founded in 1928, MIA is the largest U.S. gateway for Latin America and the Caribbean and is one of the busiest international passenger and freight airports in the world. MIA and the general aviation airports’ annual economic impact is $32.8 billion. Minimum qualifications: bachelor's degree. Ten years of progressively responsible managerial and/or administrative experience in business development, public relations, marketing or related field are required. Applicants qualifying for employment with the Miami-Dade Aviation Department will be subject to extensive security screening, including, but not limited to, fingerprint checks, employment verification and such other procedures as may be mandated by federal law. The security clearance required by the federal law is a continuing condition of employment. Interested candidates must apply online at www.miamidade.gov/jobs before Jan. 3, 2014.
DEPUTY AVIATION DIRECTOR - AVIATION
Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport has a worldwide reputation for excellence, serving more than 40 million passengers annually. The deputy aviation director of operations manages the day-to-day operation of Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport overseeing airside and landside operations, security, parking, ground transportation, and emergency preparedness. Responsibilities include ensuring compliance with Federal Aviation Regulations, legislative regulations and complementary airport rules, policies and procedures that provide the basis for orderly and efficient airport operations while maintaining a strong focus on safety, security and customer service. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/5862179.
DEPUTY AVIATION DIRECTOR - DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION
Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport has a worldwide reputation for excellence, serving more than 40 million passengers annually. The deputy aviation director – design and construction manages construction activities of the Sky Harbor airport system, including all capital improvements, as well as repair and rehabilitation projects. Oversees all facets of construction management (including design, proposal, contract award, project scheduling, control and review) for the aviation department, working through professional and support staff and construction management firms in building and improving structures and infrastructure, airside and landside. Directs a staff of about 30, and duties are performed under the general direction of an assistant aviation director. For additional informaition, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/5862207.
CAPITAL PROGRAM LEADER
Leads and manages the new International Arrivals Facility (IAF) program, which includes architectural, structural, electrical, mechanical, plumbing, baggage, security, communications, and vertical conveyance components comprised of multiple integrated projects at the Port of Seattle. Salary: $101,946 - Midpoint $127,433. Position closes Jan. 5, 2014. For complete details and to apply visit: http://www.portseattle.org/jobs.
DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS
Plans, manages, organizes and administers airport operations activities, including airside and landside operations, the Airport Operations Center, airport ID badging, and the Aviation Services Group – a business line function of the airport commission currently providing above and below wing services to charter air carriers and cargo handling operators. Responsibilities: Plans and supervises the work of subordinate employees and the department budget; prepares policies and regulations; participates in training and development of airport personnel; coordinates airport construction activities in relation to airport operations; responds to the airport during winter weather conditions and emergency situations supervising the operations department to ensure a safe operating environment; ensures airport operations compliance with FAA and TSA regulations; acts as a liaison with federal, state, local and other agencies. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/5865552.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS SAFETY OFFICER
Trenton-Mercer (N.J.) Airport. Supervises daily operations and safety programs at an FAR Part 139 certified airport. Monitors the airport’s compliance with all federal, state and local rules and regulations; oversees airport self inspection program, coordinates corrective actions and conducts training. Responsible for writing and maintaining airport certification manual and security/emergency plans/snow removal. Must have a working knowledge of all FAA regulations and at least three years of experience in airport operations, preferably at a commercial service airport. Prefer four-year degree and AAAE accreditation. Salary range $46,000-$74,605. Candidate must be Mercer County resident within one year of permanent appointment. Candidate would be provisional subject to civil service exam. Send resume with cover letter by Dec. 31, 2013, to Raissa L. Walker, Personnel Director, Mercer County Administration Building, 640 South Broad Street, Trenton, NJ 08650-0068. EOE/AA/ADA employer.
Tallahassee, Fla. This is skilled electrical work at the journeyman level in the maintenance, installation, alteration and repair of electrical systems, fixtures, motors and equipment. The work involves the performance of skilled tasks in accordance with standard trade practices. Assignments are made in the form of written and oral instructions and may be accompanied by sketches and blue prints, although much work arises out of inspections and troubleshooting. Work is ordinarily performed independently, and is reviewed by inspection while in progress, upon completion, and through conferences. Performs other related work as required. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/5859060.
VICE PRESIDENT FOR PUBLIC SAFETY
The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority (MWAA) is an independent public sector entity established by the Commonwealth of Virginia and the District of Columbia, with the consent of the U.S. Congress, which operates and maintains the Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA), Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD), the Dulles Access Highway, and the Dulles Toll Road (DTR). MWAA has a 17-member board of directors appointed by the governors of Virginia and Maryland, the mayor of the District of Columbia, and the President of the United States. The airports authority has more than 1,400 employees in central administration, airports management and operations, and the police and fire departments. MWAA is seeking candidates for the vice president for public safety, who reports to the executive vice president and chief operating officer (COO) and serves on the executive management team as the principal advisor on public safety. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/5855104.
DIRECTOR, SAFETY, TRAINING AND RISK MANAGEMENT
The Maryland Aviation Administration (MAA) is currently accepting applications for the executive service position of director, safety, training and risk management, in the Office of the Chief Administrative Officer (CAO). This position is located at Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI Marshall). Responsibilities include directing three key MAA programs: safety, risk management, and training. Responsible for reviewing, planning, developing, organizing, coordinating, implementing, managing, controlling, auditing, enforcing and making recommendations concerning MAA-wide safety and training programs either directly or through subordinate staff. The successful candidate will work closely with internal and external stakeholders to ensure all governmental safety regulations, airport safety policies and industry wide compliance programs are met. The candidate also should have a sound understanding of strategic business practices, be outcome orientated, be focused on continuous improvement, and have demonstrated safety and training management experience at the enterprise. Please visit www.mdot.maryland.gov for complete job announcement.
Rapid City, S.D. Inspects, installs and maintains airport lighting, wiring and electrical equipment at Rapid City Airport. Essential duties and responsibilities include the following, other duties may be assigned: 1. Repairs, replaces, installs lights, ballasts, controls and wiring. 2. Installs industrial wiring/conduit. 3. Inspects, cleans, repairs, performs maintenance on electrical motors, controls, and related equipment. 5. Inspects new signal and lighting installation to ensure compliance with applicable codes and specifications. 6. Maintains and repairs electronic components of HVAC. 7. Modifies and adapts electrical equipment such as electric doors, gates. 8. May supervise others in performing various tasks. 9. Receives after hour’s calls to perform needed repairs. 11. Perform preventative maintenance on airfield ramp, runway/taxiway lighting/signage. 12. Maintaine/repair terminal concourse lighting/wiring. 13. Maintains proper operation of back-up generators. 14. Assists with snow removal operations. 15. Must be willing to work variable hours, weekends/holidays. 16. Must be willing to work on an on-call basis. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/5846412.
DIRECTOR, OFFICE OF AIRPORT PLANNING AND PROGRAMMING
Department: DOT. Agency: FAA. Job Announcement Number:EXE-ARP-14-2-32528. Salary range: $121,300-$170,600/year. Salary will be set within the range based on qualifications, experience and equivalent peer salaries in the organization. Locality pay will be added. Open period: Nov. 19, 2013, to Dec. 19, 2013. Series and grade: EV-0340-02. Position information: Full Time - Permanent. Duty locations: One vacancy - Washington D.C. Key requirements: U.S. citizenship is required. Selective Service Registration is required for males born after Dec. 31, 1959. Who may apply: U.S. citizens. Security clearance: Top Secret. Supervisory status: Yes. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/5852667.
Provides airfield and airspace planning services to manage Sea-Tac’s Airport Layout Plan (ALP), uses AutoCAD and AeroTURN as planning tools for aircraft parking layouts and airfield planning, and provides terminal and landside planning in support of the aviation division’s goals and objectives for airport-wide planning. Salary: minimum $66,359 - Midpoint $82,953. Visit http://www.portseattle.org/jobs to apply. Position closes Friday, December 13, 2013. EOE M/F/D/V. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/5853232.
DEPUTY CHIEF INFORMATION OFFICER
The City of Phoenix seeks a dynamic, experienced and results-oriented manager to fill the position of deputy chief information officer. There is currently one vacancy within information technology services in support of the aviation department’s technology services division. The deputy chief information officer is responsible in leading a team to plan, organize, and administer all activities of the assigned bureau/division. Work is performed with considerable independence and judgment under the direction of the chief information officer (CIO), assistant CIO or assistant director in assigned department. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/5847024.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS/MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR
Enforces airport ordinances and FAA regulations applicable to airport users, tenants, contractors and the public. Coordinates the building maintenance and housekeeping staff and activities at Dayton International Airport, Dayton Wright Brothers Airport and the Dayton Heliport on a 24-hour, 7-day per week basis. Assists the Operations/Maintenance Coordinator in the development of specifications and bid appraisal process for building maintenance services and equipment to ensure maximum necessary service at the lowest cost. Supervises the runway checks, airfield signage, terminal cleaning, general repair, staff services, heating and air conditioning equipment and structural problems that may arise. Online applications only. Online applications must be submitted to jobs.daytonohio.gov by Jan. 14, 2014. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/5850978.
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AIRCRAFT RESCUE FIRE SUPERVISOR
Responds to emergencies and assumes command on emergency scene (unless relieved by the Fire Rescue Manager). Provides emergency care for people when warranted and provides rescue efforts involving aircraft passengers and crew members. Performs rescues from aircraft, buildings and other hazardous sites; and wears personal protective equipment including respiratory protection when engaged in operations where the atmosphere poses immediate, potential, or unknown dangers to life or health. Online applications only. Online applications must be submitted to jobs.daytonohio.gov by Dec. 16, 2013. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/5850988.
Responsible for coordinating and managing all aviation-related activities at two general aviation airports. This includes construction, compliance with federal and state regulations, overseeing aviation tenant activities, aviation security, and maintaining a relationship with the aviation community. Responsible for all departmental administrative functions, including accounts receivable, accounts payable and payroll. Oversees lease management, drafts the annual budget and ensures adherance to approved expediture amounts; and oversees general administrative functions. Functions as the executive director in his/her absence and as directed. The position directly inter-relates with a seven-member airport commission and is heavily relied upon by the airport commission for accurate financial information and for timely, accurate input on aviation matters. The airport commission is a semi-autonomous governing board appointed by the Board of County Commissioners. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/5846517.
Performs complex professional level accounting work using considerable independent judgment and initiative with a broad scope of professional accounting knowledge in activities and services potentially including, but not limited to: accounting tasks for fueling operations, fixed assets and depreciation, preparing journal entries with appropriate supporting schedules, general ledger account analysis for such purposes as financial analysis, preparation of allocations, monthly financial reports, bank reconciliation and accounting for revenues, expenditures, assets, liabilities, bond accounting, working with outside bond agencies, and various accounting activities related to purchasing. Works closely with Manager of Finance & Accounting on month-end close and to prepare monthly financial statements, budget variance reports, and analysis relating to all aspects of the Airport accounting and financial reporting. Prepares, as needed, grant payment requests and grant drawdowns on federal electronic fund transfer (EFT) system.
MANAGER, AIRPORT CERTIFICATION AND SAFETY
The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey is a bi-state public agency operating some of the busiest and most important transportation links in the New York/New Jersey region, including The Port Authority Trans Hudson Corporation (PATH), the primary transit link between Manhattan and New Jersey communities and suburban commuter railroads. The aviation department is seeking a manager of airport certification and safety at La Guardia Airport. Reports directly to the general manager - airport certification and safety. Serves as a technical resource and expert for the airport's certification and safety program, and interface with FAA and other airports to ensure the most current and best safety practices are utilized at the airport. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/5838717.
DIRECTOR OF AIRPORT DEVELOPMENT
Seeking self-starter with a unique blend of air transportation experience, economic development, and marketing capabilities. Greater Fort Wayne, INC (GFW) and Fort Wayne-Allen County Airport Authority (FWACAA) have an exciting opportunity as director of airport development. Responsibilities include the marketing and development of all airport property for aeronautical and non-aeronautical purposes, excluding terminal area. Manages the airport development program in concert with the economic development guidelines of both organizations; plans, organizes, markets, and negotiates business development activities; and develops/implements goals, objectives, policies, and procedures for the department. Minimum bachelor’s degree in business, finance, airport management, or related field (Masters desired); minimum of five years of experience the industry. Starting salary range $75,500-120,700 DOE. Excellent benefit package, including relocation benefits. For brochure information/submission requirements see "Current Searches" tab on ADK Executive Search website at www.adkexecutivesearch.com. Position closes Dec. 12, 2013. Email questions to Doug Kuelpman at: FWA@adkexecutivesearch.com.
Requires a motivated individual to coordinate terminal, airside and landside operations at Peoria International Airport and Mt. Hawley Airport. Ensures airport compliance with the provisions of the airport certification manual, emergency plan, snow removal plan, security plan, Federal Aviation Regulations, airport rules and regulations, and other federal, state, and local ordinances. Conducts inspections to assure safety, security and efficiency of operations. Coordinates airport activities with police, ARFF and other emergency personnel during incidents. Conducts SIDA and FAR 139 required training for tenants and employees. Coordinates and assists with snow removal operations. Requires a bachelor's degree in aviation management or a related field or equivalent combination of education and experience. Salary range $30,000-$40,000. Submit resume by 4:30 p.m. CST Dec. 13, 2013, to Director of Airports, Metropolitan Airport Authority of Peoria, 6100 W. Everett McKinley Dirksen Parkway, Peoria, IL 61607. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/5836668.
Under general direction of the Metropolitan Nashville Airport Authority (MNAA) chief financial officer, administers the cash management and treasury programs for the authority and its related entities. Administers daily all treasury and cash management systems; directs and coordinates investments of available funds; studies financial markets, to determine trends and relationships; models and forecasts cash flow requirements by analyzing all funds, inflows and disbursements, arranges to transfer funds when needed; develops monthly rolling twelve month cash plans; reconciles general ledger transactions for cash and investments. Ensures compliance to all applicable laws, MNAA board policy directives (including MNAA investment policies), develops and maintains required documentation for all transactions. Recommends changes to investment policy, develops and maintains effective treasury management procedures. Requires a master’s degree in business, accounting, finance, or economics. Minimum of three years of cash management or treasury experience with exposure to automated financial systems. Apply at: https://rn12.ultipro.com/MET1000/JobBoard/JobDetails.aspx?__ID=*12C28EF3734A1487 EOE and DFW. For additional details, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/5828065.
The City of Monroe, N.C., is accepting applications for airport manager. Reports directly to the city manager. Performs all aspects of airfield operations, including staffing, safety, equipment maintenance, fueling, aircraft storing, towing, and customer service, and will oversee all special fixed base operator operations. Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from an accredited college or university with a bachelor's degree in aviation management, accounting, or business administration. Salary grade 23; salary range $57,637-$89,336. Apply to City of Monroe online at www.monroenc.org and select the Employment Opportunities link. EOE/Drug Free.
ASSISTANT AIRPORT DIRECTOR
Laughlin/Bullhead International Airport (IFP), Bullhead City, Ariz. IFP is a Part 139, non-hub, commercial service airport. Responsible for assisting the airport director in oversight and management of all airport activity. Successful candidate will have significant hands-on experience and a strong knowledge of FAA regulations pertaining to airport management and operations. Job description, compensation and benefits, qualifications and application process can be obtained by contacting Jim McCue at email@example.com or at (623) 680-8858.
Reports to the Aeronautics Board of Trustees, which is appointed by the Kalamazoo County Board of Commissioners. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, directing staff and overall operations of the airport, seeking development and enterprise opportunities and maintaining compliance with FAA, TSA and other related regulations; developing and presenting policy to the aeronautics board, implementing board directives, and incorporating policy of Kalamazoo County Administration; developing and administering annual operating budget, business plans and capital improvement initiatives; negotiating and overseeing administration of tenant and service provider contracts; and assisting with negotiations of employee labor agreements during collective bargaining process. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/5764956.
TEAM LEADER AVIATION CIVIL DESIGN
Woolpert seeks an experienced civil engineer for the aviation design team leader position in its Indianapolis, Ind., office for aviation-specific planning, design, and construction work and for managing and assigning technical team members. Ideal candidates will have a B.S. in civil engineering, four plus years of experience in the aviation design and consulting industry with strong FAA pavement design background, management experience, and have a P.E. The selected candidate will work with FAA standards and specifications for aviation-related planning and design projects, and be responsible for managing technical resources and projects, assuring quality control standards are met. As a firm that recognizes the importance of developing top talent from within, its employees have access to a wide range of training and coaching programs and are rewarded for their achievements through its excellent benefits package and competitive salaries. Apply online at www.apply2jobs.com/woolpert. EEO/AA employer (M/F/D/V) that maintains a drug-free workplace.