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The Grand Forks (N.D.) Regional Airport Authority seeks an executive director who possesses an extensive knowledge of principles and practices of modern airport management which has been acquired through verifiable work experience and education. The candidate will have demonstrated extensive and varied airport administration experience with strong leadership skills, solid interpersonal relationship skills, financial acumen, and a proven track record on workforce development. To be eligible for this position, an applicant must have at least a bachelor’s degree in airport administration, business or public administration or closely related field. A master’s degree is desirable. The successful candidate will have five years of senior leadership experience at an airport that complies with FAR Part 139 standards. American Association of Airport Executives A.A.E. or C.M. certification is preferred. For additional information/submission requirements, see recruitment brochure under the Searches tab at: www.adkexecutivesearch.com. Position closes September 21, 2015.
AIRPORT FACILITIES SUPERVISOR
Under the supervision of the airport operations and facilities manager, performs a variety of support duties for airport facilities maintenance. The main focus is providing a broad level and variety of technical support for the facilities program. Duties require specific knowledge of program areas, including, but not limited to, HVAC control programming, fire and life safety systems, a variety of other building systems, legal requirements and policies and are performed independently within broadly defined practices and procedures. Responsible for supervising the custodial staff and overseeing general facility maintenance of terminal grounds and vehicle parking lots. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7473978.
AIRPORT SECURITY COORDINATOR/OPERATIONS SUPERVISOR
Idaho Falls Regional Airport. Reports to the airport operations manager. The ideal candidate will have extensive working knowledge of TSA Part 1542 and local, state and federal regulations applicable to the operation of a Part 139 commercial service airport. Qualifications: bachelor's degree in aviation management, business management or a related field and three years of experience dealing directly with Airport Security TSR 1542 at a Part 139 commercial service airport, one year of which must have been in an Airport Security Coordinator (ASC) or Alternate Airport Security Coordinator capacity. Additional industry training and certifications such as AAAE ASOS, ACE and CM preferred. Annual salary $41,059-$56,617 with excellent benefits package. Full job description and application requirements available at www.idahofallsidaho.gov. Deadline for applications is September 18, 2015. Airport website: www.IFlyIDA.com
CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER, FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION
The Sacramento County Airport System seeks a Chief Administrative Officer – Finance and Administration. This position will provide direction and oversight to managers of the Accounting and Central Warehousing, Air Service Development and Marketing, Financial Planning and Analysis, and Properties Management Sections. Areas of responsibility include operating and capital budgeting, accounting, financial and statistical reporting, internal controls, debt management, rate setting, long-range forecasting, financial and strategic planning, concession and commercial development and management, contract/lease negotiation and administration, tenant relations, public relations, marketing and advertising, air service development, and legislative review and coordination.
Lansing, Mich. Capital Region Airport Authority. Under the supervision of the director of operations (in conjunction with the chief of public safety and operations manager), the operations officer is responsible for the operation of the airport operations area or airport operations center during his/her assigned shift. Tasks included in this position include, but are not limited to, monitoring of airport security equipment, general dispatch duties, monitoring of airport airfield activities, conducting airfield inspections, and security patrols. Submit in PDF format or Word document a letter of interest and resume to Anne Figueroa, Capital Region Airport Authority, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Filing deadline: 4:30 p.m. September 9, 2015.
City of Greenville, Miss. Reports to the mayor and is charged with supervision of all aspects of day-to-day operations regarding Greenville Mid-Delta Airport (GLH). B.S./B.A. in airport management or equivalent required. Candidates must have knowledge of FAA Regulations, Part 139 Rules, and airport improvement plans. Applications must be received by noon Sept. 4, 2015. For job description or other inquiries, contact human resources department at 662-378-1566. For general information, concerning employment or the airport, visit the city’s website at greenvillems.org.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS SUPERVISOR (DUTY MANAGER)
Williston, North Dakota. Airport operations/ARFF position at Sloulin Field International Airport. Responsible for supervising airport operations at the airport involving airside, landside, security and communications activities of a Part 139 airport. Duties include daily airfield and terminal building inspections to comply with local, state and federal regulations; airport ID badge issuance and driver training; NOTAM issuance; responding to questions and inquiries from the public, airport tenants, airlines and governmental regulatory agencies, performing weather observations and aircraft rescue and fire fighting duties on assigned shifts. Responds to emergency situations/locations and establishes on-scene command. Involves shift work, nights, weekends and holidays. For a the complete job description, visit http://www.cityofwilliston.com/Jobs.aspx. For the job application http://cityofwilliston.com/usrfiles/Job_Application.pdf
MID-LEVEL AVIATION ENGINEER
CHA Consulting, Inc. is currently seeking a mid-level aviation engineer to join the aviation technical group in the Albany, N.Y., office. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the design of airside and landside construction projects, including runways, taxiways, aircraft parking, and site development. Engineering tasks will include the design of pavements, airfield lighting, drainage, site grading, and utilities. Other tasks will include construction cost estimating and construction engineering services. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7445476.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS SUPERVISOR
City of Portland, Maine/Portland International Jetport. Under the direction of the Operations Manager and/or the Assistant Operations Manager, this position plans, organizes, and supervises airside and landside operations on a rotating 24x7 schedule that includes nights, weekends, holidays, and mandatory call-ins. Responsibilities include the inspection of airside, terminal, and landside facilities. Other duties include coordinating airport construction, issuing NOTAMs, ensuring FAR Part 139 compliance, coordinating special events, enforcing the Jetport's SWPPP, mitigating wildlife hazards, responding to emergencies, supervision of the Airport Operations Center, and other duties as assigned. Reviews and acts on matters involving safety, security, customer service, and other situations as they impact tenants and passengers. Responsible for coordinating security and driver's training. Applications may be submitted online, via email, or mailed to Human Resources. Instructions are available at www.portlandmaine.gov/324/Jobs. This position is part of the Pro-Tech Union (Grade 6). Fully funded employee heath insurance and defined benefit pension plan is available. Application deadline: 9-25-15.
ASSOCIATE GENERAL COUNSEL
Tucson (Ariz.) Airport Authority. Assists the general counsel in providing comprehensive legal advice and services to the TAA management and Board of Directors on a wide variety of matters from routine to complex. The ideal candidate will have excellent writing and communications skills, be detail oriented, a team player, and have a desire to work in several legal practice areas. Requirements include Juris Doctor degree, with knowledge and skill in legal analysis and document drafting. Submit resume to TAA, 7005 S Plumer, Tucson, AZ 85756, or go to www.flytucson.com.
PROJECT MANAGER (UAE)
The Project Manager is responsible for planning, directing, and coordinating extensive and complex airport programs, projects, and studies. This role requires a high level of technical expertise and the ability to engage at a senior level within client organizations. Key responsibilities include: Provide leadership for consulting engagements and serve as primary point-of-contact with client organizations. Structure and manage engagement work plans and provide direction and leadership to internal and external teams on large, complex projects. Contribute to business development initiatives and support the growth and development of the firm in the region. Support the growth and development of junior consulting staff and contribute to the continued growth of R&A’s intellectual capital and core capabilities, including development of tools, techniques, methodologies, white papers, and case studies. Experience working in the United Arab Emirates or elsewhere in the Middle East Interested and qualified candidates may send resumes to email@example.com Ricondo & Associates, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer. For more information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7458805.
AIRPORT CONSULTING PROFESSIONALS -- JUNIOR AND MID-LEVEL POSITIONS
Modern airports operate in a dynamic environment and create unique challenges to those teams responsible for their management. Ricondo is dedicated to helping these airport management teams respond to these challenges and produce continuous improvement in the performance and development of their airport assets. Joining our elite team of aviation consultants provides opportunities for individuals to assist the largest and fastest-growing airports throughout the world, working on unique projects requiring a comprehensive skill set. The ideal candidates bring a solid grounding in technical expertise, likely acquired through training and work experiences in engineering,architectural, or related areas. Airports are complex, facing a variety of operational challenges while operating in highly regulated structures. Candidates must possess an understanding of these underlying complexities. In addition, airports throughout the world face a diversity of business concerns, and successful consultants display knowledge and interest in the pertinent business aspects. For more information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7458829.
AUTOMATED DEVICES MECHANIC
Tampa International Airport. Depending on assigned area of responsibility, incumbents in the position may perform one or more of the activities described below. Inspects and maintains automated devices such as: baggage conveyers, airplane passenger loading bridges (jetways), compactors, doors, emergency alarm systems, fire extinguishers, security gates, electric vehicles, emergency lights, and other devices and equipment. Troubleshoots, repairs, and replaces device parts such as: saginaw screw assemblies, hydraulic power packs, electric motors and controls, relays, contact points, electronic components, photocells, motion detectors, automatic leveling devices, emergency generator batteries, & other related equipment. Modifies automated devices to improve operations. Maintains maintenance records, including inspection dates, repairs, and parts replacement. Performs other related duties as required. For more information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7458885.
Chicago Executive Airport is seeking an enthusiastic, dedicated, and experienced candidate for the position of Operations Coordinator. This is a supervisory and administrative position, monitoring and directing operational activities at CEA. The Operations Coordinator monitors and directs airfield operations, security, safety, communications, and other activities related to the welfare of operators, tenants, and the general flying public. In the absence of a higher level manager, the Ops Coordinator is responsible for directing all airfield operations activities. This is a full-time position, and the Ops Coordinator will occasionally be required to work weekends and holidays. Winter operations are a major responsibility of the this position. Work is performed under the supervision of the Executive Director or Assistant Executive Director. For more information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7458268.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS TECHNICIAN III
The Airport Operations Technician III is responsible for performing preventative maintenance on electronic equipment, and on the airfield, responding to field and emergency calls to troubleshoot damage and to replace and repair damaged equipment. This job is a safety sensitive position that will require a pre-employment drug test and subsequent random drug and alcohol testing in accordance with Gwinnett County Drug and Alcohol Free Workplace. In order to be considered for this position, you must apply online at www.gwinnettcountyjobs.com. Reference job title Airport Operations Technician III ( Trades Technician III.)
AVIATION SUPERINTENDENT-PARKING AND RENTAL CAR CENTER
The Superintendent position will be responsible for the overall management of the Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport parking program and for overall building management of the Rental Car Center (RCC). Work includes planning and budget preparation for both operating and capital programs, contract preparation and management of high value contracts. The position is responsible for coordinating operational activities with airport stakeholders and the airport’s public parking facilities and provide preventative maintenance. The Aviation Superintendent reports to the Deputy Aviation Director – Business and Properties Division. Performance is evaluated on the basis of results obtained.
DIRECTOR OF GROUND TRANSPORTATION
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport’s Department of Aviation is seeking a dynamic and talented individual to be the Director of Ground Transportation at the world’s busiest and most efficient passenger airport. This individual will develop and implement new concepts and business models related to the operation of the ground transportation system. As the airport prepares to build an on-site hotel and travel plaza, the Director will work closely with planners, engineers, and service providers to implement short and long term plans that will ensure a safe and efficient transportation system for all ground transportation providers and customers. The Director will report to the Airport Assistant General Manager and will supervise the Ground Transportation Manager.
The city of McCall, Idaho, is seeking an experienced airport manager who will provide effective, professional leadership, positioning the city to meet the community’s current and future airport needs. Applicants must have: bachelor’s degree in airport management, business, public administration, or a related field; five (5) or more years aviation management experience; AAAE accreditation or other certification as an airport manager, and a pilot’s license are preferred; or an equivalent combination of experience and education that provides the knowledge and abilities necessary to perform the work. The salary begins at $56,347. Qualified candidates should submit an application package, including cover letter, city of McCall Application for Employment form (available at www.mccall.id.us), and resume. Packages can be mailed to the city of McCall, Human Resources, 216 East Park Street McCall, ID 83638. Application packages can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. Packages must be received by 5 p.m. Sept. 25, 2015, to be considered.
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 shifts, 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. Zero to one (1) year experience in aviation field required with aviation management, airport management, or business degree. Applications can be submitted at http://flyhuntsville.applicantpro.com Equal Opportunity Employer. Drug-free workplace.
Gary/Chicago International Airport. The airport manager plans, organizes, administers, executes, and champions all operational and developmental phases of Gary/Chicago International Airport (GYY). Under the general policy direction of AvPORTS, leads, plans, oversees, implements, manages and directs all airport activities in accordance with FAA, TSA, and other applicable federal, state and local government regulatory requirements. Responsibilities include supervising the assistant airport manager and various division managers to manage and direct the financial, development, land, business, security, construction and related functions of the airport. Accountable for accomplishing airport planning and operational goals and objectives, and for furthering the authority's goals and objectives within general policy guidelines. Submit via AAAE by Sept. 24, 2015. Salary commensurate with experience.
MANAGER OF AIRPORT ENGINEERING
DY Consultants (DYC) is an airport planning and engineering firm headquartered in Garden City, New York, located on Long Island. This newly created position will report to both the president and the CEO of DYC. The selected candidate will be expected to lead and direct a staff of 10-15 team members, while interacting with other members of the team at all levels. Required education and experience: Bachelor of Science degree in civil engineering, minimum of seven to 10 years of progressive experience, licensed professional engineer in New York and New Jersey OR capable of pursuing within one year, and varied experience leading and managing airport related projects. The brochure with a complete description and how to apply can be found at www.aviationcareerservices.com/jobs-2. Direct all inquiries to Aviation Career Services at DYCManager@aviationcareerservices.com Position closes at 11:59 p.m. PDT on Wednesday, Sept. 16, 2015.
DIRECTOR, AIRPORT OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
The Director of Operations and Maintenance at Burbank Bob Hope Airport directs, plans and organizes functions and responsibilities associated with the safe operation of the airport’s operations, communications center and building maintenance departments. This includes oversight of personnel and projects in the aircraft operating and terminal areas; ensuring the upkeep of airport buildings on a 24-hour basis; maintaining the airport certification manual, airport rules and regulations; and managing department contracts and department budget. This dynamic and experienced leader needs to effectively direct the strategic objectives of the airport authority’s initiatives for the airport development and acts as a liaison to various governmental agencies and contractors and effectively collaborate and partner with other airport officials and executives. The minimum qualifications for this position are: Bachelor’s degree in aviation management or a closely related filed and a minimum five years’ experience in airport operations at a small, medium, and/or large hub airport; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Knowledge of FAR Part 139, FAR Part 77, FAA Advisory Circulars, CFR Part 1542, security directives, Cal/OSHA regulation and EPA regulations. Must be able to make presentations in front of the airport authority in matters relating to airport and maintenance operations.
SENIOR DIRECTOR OF CONCESSIONS AND PROPERTIES
Greater Orlando Aviation Authority. The senior director of Concessions and properties is responsible for generating maximum revenues from airport tenants/users. Oversees day-to-day operations of the concessions and properties management practices at MCO and ORL. Provides oversight of the planning, development and implementation of all concessions, properties, and facility leasing programs and initiatives. Leads and manages complex business and real property negotiations. Responsible for increasing airline, non-airline, aviation and non-aviation revenues. The selected candidate will have a four-year degree in aviation management, business administration or related field and 15 years of senior management experience in airport/airline operations at medium to large hub airport. Strong background in airport operations with emphasis on financial and economic analysis required. Experience in supervising/directing professional level employees required. Graduate level course work or MBA is desirable. A.A.E. designation is a plus. For additional information/submission requirements, see recruitment brochure under the Searches tab at: www.adkexecutivesearch.com. Position closes September 14, 2015.
DIRECTOR OF CARGO AND GLOBAL LOGISTICS DEVELOPMENT
Lansing, Michigan. Capital Region Airport Authority. Under the direct supervision of the President/CEO the Director, Cargo & Global Logistics Development promotes and markets Capital Region International Airport and Port Lansing to the aviation, freight forwarding, and import and export shippers with emphasis placed on growth of domestic and international airfreight, distribution, and logistics through the airport, Port Lansing Port of Entry, and Port Lansing Foreign Trade Zone (FTZ) #275.
MANAGER OF DIVERSITY AND ENGAGEMENT
Denver International Airport (DEN) is seeking a manager of diversity and engagement to join the leadership team. In this role the successful candidate will have the ability to apply leadership, innovative and ingenuity skills to develop and implement diversity and inclusion initiatives for the airport. DEN is looking for a leader with political acumen, experienced with diversity, inclusion, engagement and culture programs and knowledge of local, state and federal ordinances on issues regarding diversity. Reports to the head of administration. Also interfaces with human resources and all major business units throughout the organization to develop and administer diversity, inclusion, and engagement policy and programs, while also developing a new organizational culture that will keep employees engaged, ensure pride in the organization and its work, and increase retention. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7445207.
DIRECTOR OF CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
Melbourne (Florida) Airport Authority. The director of capital improvements provides technical and administrative coordination in support of Melbourne (Florida) International Airport’s capital improvements, facilities maintenance and tenant improvement projects. Ensures that the business and operational aspects of long-range infrastructure and facility planning and development are effectively and efficiently identified and carried out in a manner that positions the airport authority to stimulate economic development for the region and maintain sustainability. The ideal candidate will have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in aviation management, public administration, facilities management, contract management, engineering or a closely related field with at least eight years of increasingly responsible management experience in planning, organizing and directing construction management activities involving airfield infrastructure and two years of management and supervisory experience. P.E. and/or A.A.E. certification a plus. For additional information/submission requirements, see recruitment brochure under the Searches tab at: www.adkexecutivesearch.com. Position closes September 14, 2015.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS REPRESENTATIVE II (AIRSIDE)
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International. Assists in managing the airport’s day-to-day airfield operations to ensure a safe and efficient operating environment. Responds to emergencies and coordinates with first responders, airport tenants and executive staff. Performs daily inspections of runways, taxiways, ramps, cargo areas, safety areas, and other facilities. Directs response activities for aircraft emergencies, bomb threats/hijackings, the removal of disabled aircraft and other related emergencies in accordance with the Airport Emergency Plan and FAR Part 139. Qualifications: bachelor’s degree from an accredited university or college in aviation management, airport management, business administration, or a closely related field. Minimum of two years of progressively responsible FAR Part 139 airport operations experience required. Must possess a valid Georgia driver’s license prior to employment. For more information and to apply for this position, visit http://www.atlantaga.gov/index.aspx?page=1137. This posting will close on Sept. 7, 2015.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS SUPERVISOR/AIRPORT SECURITY COORDINATOR
Laughlin/Bullhead International Airport (IFP), operated by Mohave County Airport Authority, is seeking an airport operations supervisor/airport security coordinator under the direction of the assistant airport director. The ideal candidate will have extensive knowledge of federal, state, county and municipal rules and regulations applicable to the operation of a Part 139 commercial service airport, and extensive knowledge of TSA CFR 1542 and associated regulations. Qualifications: bachelor's degree in aviation management, business management, or a related field and two years of experience in airport operations/airport security for a Part 139 airport. In lieu of a college degree, five years of experience in airport operations/airport security. Training in Basic ASOS, ACE, or other AAAE certifications a plus. Annual salary $43,000-$48,000 with excellent benefits package. Full job description and application requirements available at www.laughlinbullheadintlairport.com - Employment Opportunities on the Contact Us Page. Deadline for applications is September 10, 2015.
The largest 100 percent Native American-owned A&E firm in the U.S., WHPacific serves its clients throughout the country and beyond with fully integrated professional services. WHPacific delivers its wide range of services through 400 in-house staff to meet the needs of its diverse clientele. WHPacific is consistently ranked among the nation's top 500 design companies by Engineering News Record. Join us, and you will find a home where you can do your best work, reach new levels of expertise and enjoy exceptional opportunities. Provides professional planning for all aspects of airport planning company-wide, following applicable federal and state master plan requirements. Performs professional duties associated with increasingly complex scopes and responsibility. Assigns and occasionally supervises others and reviews their draft work products. Submit applications online at https://nana.taleo.net/careersection/whp/jobdetail.ftl?job=TRA00290
CIVIL ENGINEER AVIATION
Seattle, Wash. Join us, the largest 100 percent Native American-owned A&E firm in the U.S., and you will find a home where you can do your best work, reach new levels of expertise and enjoy exceptional opportunities. WHPacific delivers its wide range of services through 400 in-house staff to meet the needs of its diverse clientele and is consistently ranked among the nation's top 500 design companies by Engineering News Record. Working as part of a team, or a project team lead involved in the planning, programming, design, construction, construction administration, and grant management of projects for airport sponsors this position provides project engineering with an aviation focus following applicable FAA procedures and standards. Apply online at https://nana.taleo.net/careersection/whp/jobdetail.ftl?job=TRA00294
CIVIL ENGINEER II
RS&H, Inc. Seeking a civil engineer for the aviation practice. Interested in helping shape the future of aviation? From authoring current aviation guidance documents to designing award-winning terminals, our experts are recognized, industry leaders. We provide cutting-edge solutions for four broad service areas: airfields, buildings, environmental, and planning. From large hub to small hub, commercial to private, you can help create aviation systems that serve communities around the world. Must have experience as a professional engineering discipline lead on conventional projects and may service as a project manager on small to moderate scope multidiscipline projects with responsibility to act independently regarding technical matters pertaining to the individual's discipline field. Associate works under the direction of a professional engineer in meeting project contractual and quality control requirements. Some travel may be required. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7442311.
RS&H, Inc. is seeking a planner I for its aviation practice. Interested in helping shape the future of aviation? From authoring current aviation guidance documents to designing award-winning terminals, our experts are recognized, industry leaders. Firm provides cutting-edge solutions for four broad service areas: airfields, buildings, environmental, and planning. From large hub to small hub, commercial to private, help create aviation systems that serve communities around the world. Seeking an entry-level aviation planning candidate to serve as part of its planning service group, which provides support and consulting expertise to aviation clients on a national and international level. Responsible for assisting aviation planning staff on master plans, terminal and site plans, ALP development, support on environmental assessments and other aviation-specific technical assignments. Works under direct supervision of others. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7442337.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS SUPERVISOR
Tweed-New Haven Airport. Performs airfield inspections and maintains records of all aeronautical areas, including pavement, markings, lighting, safety areas, wildlife mitigation, construction, emergency equipment, and fueling practices. Responsible for snow removal operation and aircraft rescue and fire fighting on the assigned shift. Maintains and records aircraft activities during the assigned shift. Represents the airport manager in routine operational matters. Coordinates construction and maintenance activities on or near the facility to ensure airport safety standards and maintain operational status. Maintains airport security standards of FAR Part 1542 and the airport security plan. Assists the assistant airport manager in training and development of the operations staff. Responsible for individual assigned duties and special projects. Responsible for the safe and efficient operation of airport terminal building complex. Assists in professionally answering the noise complaint phone, involving citizen complaints and compiling data on callers. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7442369.
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 operations for billing purposes, monitoring phones and radios, and coordinating construction projects. As assigned, assists duty operations supervisor in conducting airfield inspections and reporting all deficiencies found on the AOA. Issue Notices to Airmen 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. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7442393.
VP BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT
Based out of Delaware North’s new global headquarters building -- an iconic 12-story glass walled structure on the corner of Delaware and Chippewa. The headquarters integrates the latest advances in environmental, energy conservation and office design and features cutting-edge technology equipment including completely wireless work stations. This Delaware North initiative is a win-win for the community. It enhances community renewal, restores a contaminated brownfield, and provides a substantial economic impact for the city. Work in this brand new, modern office space with access to state-of-the-art systems and an extraordinary team. Qualifications: bachelor's degree with business administration/marketing or sales franchising, brand development. Understand F&B operations. Must be able to read and interpret CADD files and blueprints; manage a detailed project; and thoroughly read and comprehend complex contracts and RFPs. Must be familiar with branded concepts. Previous negotiating experience. Strong political connections. Will require up to 70 percent travel. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7439081.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS OFFICER
The Capital Region Airport Commission is currently seeking applications for airport operations officer to assist its operations division. Under the direction of airport operations supervisor, responsibilities include daily inspection and compliance of applicable airport rules and regulations. Must possess the ability to work independently and prioritize daily tasks. Excellent communication skills and ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with personnel, tenants, other organizations and the general public. Knowledge of basic aviation management or completion of bachelor’s degree in airport aviation management, public administration, business administration, or related field preferred. Starting salary $17.17 per hour. Excellent benefits package. To see full job description, apply now at www.flyrichmond.com. Applications deadline September 16, 2015. EOE. Minorities/women/protected veterans/individuals with disabilities.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS SUPERVISOR, AIRSIDE
Port of Oakland, Calif. Salary: $8,931-$10,859 per month. Supervises and coordinates the activities of an assigned shift of subordinate personnel engaged in airside operational, safety and security functions on a 24-hour basis. Enforces all applicable federal, state and local safety and security rules, regulations and procedures, and represents airport management after normal working hours. The port’s compensation and benefit program ranks among the best in the region for public jurisdictions and is designed to reward performance and promote a balanced lifestyle, both at the workplace and away from the workplace, for employees and their families. To apply for this exceptional opportunity or obtain more details, visit us at www.portofoakland.com. Apply by September 11, 2015. For questions, contact Gishela Portugal (email@example.com or 510-627-1151.
GENERAL MANAGER/CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
The Denver Regional Transportation District is seeking a dynamic, collaborative and progressive executive to lead the organization as its next general manager/chief executive officer. Reporting to a 15-member elected board, the GM/CEO will provide strategic and visionary leadership to over 2,600 employees and will be responsible for the overall performance and organizational effectiveness of the RTD in carrying out its mission of being one of the nation's premier public transit agencies in providing safe, reliable, affordable and timely service to the greater Denver region. Interested candidates should possess a bachelor’s degree (graduate degree preferred) in management, planning, public administration, transportation, business, engineering or closely related field and at least 10 years of senior management/executive management experience with supervisory, budgetary and management responsibility over multiple divisions and functional areas. For additional information or to submit a resume, contact Gregg A. Moser, Krauthamer & Associates, Inc., at firstname.lastname@example.org.
ENGINEER/ASSOCIATE ENGINEER IV
South Carolina Aeronautics Commission. Assists in the development and implementation of airport planning and engineering as authorized under Title 55 of the South Carolina Code. Assists with the development, maintenance and monitoring of the state aviation system plan and statewide airport capital improvement programs. Assists and maintains project workflow in the development of the statewide system of airports. Reviews planning and environmental documents. Reviews airport construction plans and specifications for compliance with state and federal guidelines. Performs periodic construction inspections of airport development throughout the state. Provides initial planning and final design plans and specifications for airport development projects including assistance with bidding and contract award recommendations. Oversees sampling and inspection processes associated with environmental protection. Serves as a division representative for public hearings, administrative hearings, and court proceedings. Serves as specialist for technical specifications, policy development, and statewide regulatory programs. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7432390.
Kalispell, Montana. The Flathead Municipal Airport Authority is accepting applications until 4 p.m. MST September 4, 2015, for a firefighter position. Under direct supervision of the Fire Chief and other officers, the firefighter fulfills the requirements set forth in 49 U.S.C. Part 139 by performing airport operations duties, aircraft rescue and firefighting response, emergency medical treatment, and peripheral security. Pay and Schedule Pay is $17 per hour. Full-time, permanent schedule; 40 hours per week, including nights, weekends and holiday, plus overtime as required. Application packages are available by calling 406-257-5994, or via email request to email@example.com.
JFK International Air Terminal, LLC. Responsible for creating business value through data insights and analytics. Serves as the company’s primary data analyst and is responsible for conducting data analysis and visualization. Collaborates with the leadership team and stakeholders to identify opportunities and insights to improve performance/customer service. The primary responsibility for this position is to maintain operational excellence of Terminal 4 operations, and to achieve continuous improvements based on insights and analytics. Develops quantitative, qualitative, and predictive analysis in all areas/processes of the operation. Works with the leadership team and stakeholders to improve data integrity and usefulness throughout the company, including identification of opportunities to improve operations and processes that impact data. Drives maturity throughout the program through defined and documented processes and increased automation. Assists in creating, reviewing and distributing monthly updates to the gate, check-in, inbound and outbound baggage planning. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7423057.
The Omaha Airport Authority (OAA) owns and operates Eppley Airfield, a medium hub airport based in the dynamic and progressive city of Omaha, Nebraska. OAA has retained the services of J. Gaudet Associates to manage its search for a server administrator. This is an exceptional career opportunity for a talented server administrator with a passion for building and running a highly reliable server and network infrastructure in support of a wide variety of technologies and applications. OAA utilizes leading-edge technology solutions and offers a vibrant and collaborative work environment with a very competitive pay and benefits package. To view full job details and apply online, visit http://www.jgaudetassociates.com/careers. An exciting career opportunity awaits! EOE
Lewiston-Nez Perce County (Idaho) Regional Airport Authority. Reports directly to airport authority board, overseeing minimum staff of four at a Part 139 regional airport. Applicants shall: possess strong leadership and organizational skills; be responsible for general supervision of the airport; ensure compliance with provisions of operating certificate; implement board directives and promote sustainable growth of the airfield. Preference may be given to applicants having: degree in public administration, airport management, aeronautics engineering, civil engineering or business administration coupled with five years of experience in airport administration; successfully completed accreditation or "Body of Knowledge" module for the AAAE accreditation program. Successful applicant will be required to achieve accreditation within three years of employment. For complete job description, visit golws.com/airportStaff.html. Interested applicants should email confidential cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org with “LWS Airport Manager” in subject line or mail the same to: Lewiston-Nez Perce County Airport Chris Hayes 406 Burrell Ave, Lewiston, ID 83501 Deadline: September 2, 2015.
ASSISTANT AIRPORT DIRECTOR
Laughlin/Bullhead International Airport. The assistant airport director is responsible for aiding the airport director in oversight and management of all airport activity at Laughlin/Bullhead International Airport, a Part 139, non-hub commercial service airport. The assistant airport director personally and through subordinate supervisors, directs administrative, operational (including ARFF), and maintenance functions to ensure a safe, efficient, legal, and profitable airport operation. The position entails supervising, coordinating, and reviewing aircraft operations; buildings and field maintenance and related matters; and community relations. The ideal candidate will have a bachelor’s degree in aviation management, business management, or a related field and three years of experience in the supervision and management of an airport. In lieu of a college degree, seven years of experience is preferred. AAAE accreditation or C.M. designation is a plus. For additional information/submission requirements see recruitment brochure under "Current Searches" tab at: www.adkexecutivesearch.com. Position closes September 7, 2015.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS SPECIALIST
Blue Grass Airport, Lexington, Ky. Manages the use of airport facilities in accordance with established policies and procedures. Assures continuous safety and security compliance. Duties include airfield and facilities inspections for unsafe or non-compliant conditions; operate airport central communications and operations center; actively monitor security access control and CCTV systems; issue airport ID media and provide fingerprinting services; coordinate and monitor airport construction activities; provide high level of customer service in responding to questions and inquiries. Requires a bachelor's degree in airport management, aviation science, business or public administration with a minimum of one year of experience in airport operations or administration. Must have strong computer skills and customer service focus. Excellent benefits with a starting salary of $36,750. Visit www.bluegrassairport.com or https://home.eease.adp.com/recruit/?id=14391731 to apply. Previous candidates need not reapply. Resumes will be accepted until August 26, 2014.
DEPUTY AVIATION DIRECTOR - BUSINESS AND PROPERTIES
City of Phoenix. Manages all aspects of the business and real estate functions for the three city-owned airports, Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, Phoenix Deer Valley Airport and Phoenix Goodyear Airport. Directs a team of approximately 31 staff responsible for leasing 4 million square feet of facilities, ground leasing approximately 2,000 acres of land, negotiating and managing agreements with 1,600 tenants, and managing parking operations. The business and properties division is responsible for an annual revenue base of more than $300 million. Duties are performed under the general direction of an assistant aviation director. First review of applications will occur the week of August 24, 2015. This recruitment may close when we have received a sufficient number of qualified applications. Reference Deputy Aviation Director, 25200, JC:, ID#15330, 8/10/2015, 6 mos, KP, Benefits: Mid Mgr. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7413711.
City of Phoenix. Currently there is one vacant position in the aviation department, design and construction services division. Responsible for overseeing design and construction projects that range from small remodel or improvement jobs to large-scale building projects. The successful candidate will be responsible for managing professional service contracts and contracts utilizing Job Order Contract (JOC), Design Bid Build, Design Build, and/or Construction Management at Risk (CMAR) delivery methods. Manages all activities and personnel involved in the implementation of projects and contracts for which they are assigned, including, but not limited to, design, coordination, scheduling, construction, budget and construction management and compliance. Develops and oversees the aviation department’s architectural and interior design standards used in the execution of expansion, renovation, and new construction projects. Reviews aviation projects for ADA compliance and acts as a liaison to the Mayor’s Commission on Disability Issues (MCDI). For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7413782.
AIRFIELD ELECTRICIAN II
Greater Orlando Aviation Authority. Installs, repairs and maintains electrical systems and equipment on the exterior airport property, including runways, taxiways, aprons, high mast lighting, security gates and GOAA buildings and structures not associated with the terminal. Reads wiring diagrams, electrical plans and specifications. Completes maintenance work orders as assigned. Perform other duties as assigned. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7415445.
Gulfport/Biloxi, Miss. Under the direction of the director of operations and maintenance, plans, organizes, and supervises airside and landside operations on a rotating shift. Responsibilities include the inspection of airside, terminal, cargo, FBO, and landside facilities, coordinating airport construction, special events such as Honor Flights and press events, oversight of ground transportation, the airport's SWPPP, wildlife, custodial staff, responding to emergency situations, etc. Reviews and acts on matters involving safety, security, certification and other related matters as they impact airlines, tenants and passengers. Responsible for security training and driver's training of tenants/users and the management of the airport's badging system. Assists in updating and maintaining the airport's ACM, AEP, and ASP. All operations supervisors actively participate during the yearly 139 inspection and interact with the FAA inspector. Supervisors regularly interact with airport executive staff and board of commissioners. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7409989.
Kalamazoo, Mich. Responsible for day-to-day operational and financial performance of station, monitoring performance against plan and initiating actions to improve results. Ensures compliance with safety requirements, including security checkpoint/GSC responsibilities. Sets positive example for station ensuring excellent customer service. Responsible for maintaining positive work environment, strong employee relations, and collaborative relationships. Solicits feedback to understand customer needs and opportunities to improve their travel experience. Demonstrates calm demeanor during periods of high volume/irregular operations. Provides coaching/direction to the station team to achieve operational goals. Manages station budget, staffing forecasts and resource requirements. Responsible for maintaining station facilities, equipment, and professional appearance standards for all UGE employees. Responsible for compliance with station controls and internal audit standards. Maintains strong working relationships with OAL/airport authorities/vendors/governmental authorities (FAA/TSA/CBP)/internal divisions. Manages vendor service contracts. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7410961.
DIRECTOR OF AVIATION
Oakland (Calif.) International Airport. Reporting to the executive director of the Port of Oakland, responsible for the safe, efficient, profitable development and operation of Oakland International Airport and the airport division overall. In this capacity, oversees: (a) the safe, reliable and efficient operation of the airport; (b) a program of air service development to enhance both passenger and cargo air traffic; (c) a commercial development effort to maximize revenue and profit from the airport’s asset base; (d) an ongoing program of capital investment and maintenance; and (e) an effective program of liaison with key constituent groups to ensure that the airport’s interests are coordinated with those of all relevant stakeholders. Effectively, functions as the chief executive officer of the enterprise. Based at the Port of Oakland corporate headquarters with substantial time spent on site at Oakland International Airport. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7405122.
CUSTOMER RELATIONS MANAGER
San Diego County Regional Airport Authority. Excited about high performance, making a difference and developing others? The San Diego Airport Authority is proud of its team members, have a high performing culture and challenge ourselves through innovations...we work fast, value each other and have fun along the way. We have an awesome opportunity for an avid individual to develop business case to implement, foster and manage an integrated customer service program that encompasses functions and activities to improve guests experience; performs related duties as assigned. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7411899.
ATTORNEY - CORPORATE DIVISION
Provides legal services to Colorado Springs Airport, an enterprise of the city. The duties primarily include lease drafting and negotiation, amendment to and termination of leases, review and preparation of permits and licenses for Airport facilities, advising airport staff on legal issues and federal regulations applicable to the airport and aviation matters, assistance with construction contracts, review and approval of grant agreements and requirements, and advising airport staff regarding insurance and land use matters. Additionally, provides legal services to the office of the city clerk concerning business licensing and advises and represents the liquor and beer licensing board. Performs other duties and responsibilities as may be assigned by the city attorney/chief legal officer, deputy city-attorney, or division chief-corporate. Supports other attorneys on projects and assignments related to the airport, business licensing, and other matters as assigned. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7405193.
VICE PRESIDENT AIR SERVICE AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
Chattanooga, Tenn. Position responsible for directing the strategic and tactical efforts in attracting airlines to increase flights in domestic markets and promoting the business and economic development interests within the community in support of the airport. Knowledge of domestic airline passenger and air cargo operations, network decision-making processes, and aviation regulatory affairs is necessary. Proven ability to develop strategy and capitalize on economic opportunities required. Excellent professional written and verbal communications skills. Considerable experience in air service development and economic and community development, including administrative responsibility. Bachelor’s degree in business or management with a minimum of 5 years experience in an airport business function or economic development. MBA preferred. Any acceptable combination of education, training, and experience. Salary dependent on experience. Please submit resumes until September 11, 2015 via email to email@example.com or mail to CMAA, Attn: Human Resources, 1001 Airport Road, Suite 14, Chattanooga, TN 37421. For more information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7404822.
AVIATION FACILITIES MANAGER
Reporting to the Assistant Director of Aviation, the Aviation Facilities Manager is responsible for leading and managing facilities maintenance, terminal services, and minor construction activities on a daily 24-hour basis at the Oakland (Calif.) International Airport. This position is responsible for delivering quality, cost effective maintenance and custodial services to internal and external customers, as well as driving customer/stakeholder satisfaction, ensuring performance standards are established and met, providing budget management and financial performance. To apply for this opportunity, please visit Koff & Associates' website at www.koffassociates.com to download an application. Please submit a cover letter, resume, and application by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also mail the completed application materials to: Koff & Associates, 2835 7th Street, Berkeley, CA 94710. EOE.
SITE OPERATIONS MANAGER
Covenant Aviation Security (CAS) has potential openings for security managers in Memphis, Tenn. The filling of these positions is contingent upon contract award. Responsible for directing and implementing all assigned functional programs related to airport security-related functions at various airports throughout the U.S. Frequently interacts within the airport community, including, but not limited to, the airport authority, airlines, TSA, law enforcement, and local government officials. Defines and oversees security operations through subordinate supervisors, who direct the security workforce. This includes evaluating the programs supervised in terms of mission accomplishment and priorities; procedural policy and compliance; and technical competence. Responds to a very complex working environment. Deals directly with all levels of security management, airport authority, law enforcement, labor relations, federal and state regulatory agencies, airline-contracted personnel, and local government officials. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7391548.
DIRECTOR AIRPORTS GROUND AND INFRASTRUCTURE
The National Business Aviation Association (NBAA), a leading trade organization in business aviation, is seeking an articulate, analytical and detail-oriented business aviation professional for the director airports and ground infrastructure opportunity. Responsibilities include addressing all matters pertaining to airports used by business aviation, including high emphasis on airport access issues that impact operating members' ability to access and utilize thousands of airports throughout the U.S. Review the full job description at: http://www.nbaa.org/about/jobs/. NBAA offers excellent benefits. Email resume, cover letter, including salary requirements and where you saw the ad to email@example.com. In the subject line indicate, "Director, Airports & Ground Infrastructure", or resumes may be mailed to: NBAA, Attn: Human Resources, 1200 G Street NW, Suite 1100, Washington, DC 20005. NBAA will be accepting resumes for this opening through August 20, 2015. EEO M/F/D/V