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AIRPORTS OPERATIONS OFFICER
Palm Beach, Fla. Salary: $19.93 per hour (plus stand-by pay). Department: airports/operations and maintenance. Location: Palm Beach International Airport (PBIA), WPB. Hours: 40 variable hours/week; will be required to work rotating shifts, holidays, weekends and stand-by. Other: Ability to lift 50 pounds preferred. Valid Florida driver’s license and PBC risk management department driving history approval prior to appointment. Requires TSA regulation fingerprinting prior to appointment. Closes July 5, 2013. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/5489938.
FAA seeking additional regulatory economists in the policy office in its Washington, D.C., headquarters. The agency has multiple openings. The positions are not entry level, but require some work experience as an economist. Please note it is not necessary to have a formal major in economics to qualify; a combination of classes and work experience can qualify but require documentation. The postings will close on July 8. Information can be found for FV-110-I, AWA-APO-13-WE03790-30975 (open to all U.S. citizens), at
https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/345731700; for AWA-APO-13-WE03790-31202 (current/former federal employees), at https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/345730800; for FV-110-J, AWA-APO-13-WE03790-31201(open to U.S. citizens), at https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/345731100; for AWA-APO-13-WE03790-31221 (open to current/former federal employees), at https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/345731000. Follow the instructions on how to apply very carefully. Individuals who are or have ever been a federal government civilian employee, apply on the links available to "current/former federal employees" rather than the more general "open to all U.S. citizens" links.
MANAGER, FINANCE AND BUDGET
Manages a team of financial analysts and provides budget and financial reporting guidance to departmental budget staff for the aviation’s service departments at the Port of Seattle. Bachelor’s degree with significant coursework in finance, accounting, or business. Five to seven years of experience managing the budget, finance and accounting functions within a large organization; enterprise financial management information systems; and direct management/supervision of staff. Salary: Minimum $79,385 - Midpoint $99,216. For complete details and to apply, visit http://www.portseattle.org/jobs. The Port of Seattle is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to diversity in the workplace.
ASSISTANT AIRPORT MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR
Under general supervision, to assist with the daily oversight of activities of the airport maintenance department involving the care and upkeep of buildings, airfield, grounds and equipment, including but not limited to the prioritization and assignment of work requests, assigning personnel and allocating resources, maintaining equipment and materials inventories, and all necessary record keeping; assisting with the supervision of the work of the airport maintenance workers, airport maintenance workers in-charge, and seasonal workers; assisting with the administration of personnel issues relative to the hiring, training, scheduling, motivating, evaluating and disciplining of employees; providing recommendations for policies and procedures that meet federal, state, county, and airport rules, regulations and ordinances; recommending improvements in general airport operating policies and procedures as necessary for the safety and protection of county property and personnel and patrons. Complete job description available at www.jobs.milwaukeecounty.org.
Fort Wayne, Ind. Requires attention to detail, correctness of work and teamwork. Must have a flexible work schedule and strong commitment to task completion. Must obtain state firefighter I/II and ARFF certification. Supervisor over assigned staff and has significant input in determining personnel actions and performance evaluations. Performs daily airport self-inspections of major areas of the airfield, including paved areas, safety areas, marking and lighting, security fencing, and wildlife activities. Responsible for runway condition reporting and runway friction testing. Acts as point of contact for various plans and programs. These include updating and executing the IROPS plan, driver’s training Program, SMGCS, noise complaints, and all 139 training programs. Monitors weather and coordinates the issuance and cancellation of NOTAMs. Assists in solicitation and bidding process for contractors and construction projects. Snow boss as necessary during snow and ice events. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/5483731.
MANAGER OF GRANTS, CONTRACTS AND PROCUREMENT
Connecticut Airport Authority. Responsible for the administration of the capital improvement program (CIP), procurement, grants, contracts, and the Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) program. Assists in the administration of the Small Business Enterprise (SBE) and Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) programs. Ability to develop and analyze planning and construction schedules. Thorough knowledge of procurement and contracting principles and practices, including RFP development, evaluation and selection. Thorough knowledge of grant development and administration. Considerable knowledge of relevant state and federal laws. Considerable negotiating, contract management, planning and project management skills. Effective analytical, verbal and written communication skills. Knowledge of FAA funding programs a plus. Ability to work with FAA, permitting agencies, planning, engineering, architectural and environmental professionals and consultants. College degree or certificate in business administration. Seven plus years of experience in procurement, capital planning, federal grants and contract administration, and/or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Experience with airport/aviation-related project/grant management programs preferred. http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/5475237.
MANAGER OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
Connecticut Airport Authority. Responsible for the management, implementation and support of information systems, application development, systems maintenance, computer and telecommunications operations and similar IT functions. Oversees assigned CAA staff and/or contractual resources. Considerable knowledge of and ability to apply management principles, practices and techniques, and information technology methods, techniques and equipment. Considerable knowledge of telecommunications technology, systems and equipment. Considerable ability to develop and implement business plans, IT strategic/project plans, and budget plans to achieve CAA goals. Ability to recognize and develop opportunities to grow and develop information technology services in response to internal and external customer needs and changes in the work environment. Knowledge of principles and practices of public administration including policy development/implementation. Considerable interpersonal skills. Ability to interact with and coordinate with all airport partners and stakeholders and with federal/regional/local officials, and departments within CAA. Ability to analyze information technology systems and equipment problems and develop and implement effective solutions. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/5477425.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS DUTY MANAGER
Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority. Performs airport management duties and special assignments with responsibility for the safe and efficient operation of the airfield, security of the airport and customer-oriented services for passengers, airlines and other airport users. Responds to problems and complaints in a professional manner with the authority to initiate appropriate corrective action. As the senior airport management official after normal business hours, has full authority to make management decisions impacting upon the entire airport complex, including commitment of resources and courses of action. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/5477588.
DIRECTOR OF AIRPORT PLANNING AND NOISE
Denver International Airport (DIA) is currently seeking an experienced, professional director of airport planning and noise to join planning and development division. This position will lead the airport planning section and noise office. The planning section supports all airport divisions by providing input to design for both airside and landside projects; and developing operational standards. The noise office monitors annual and quarterly reports, maintains noise monitors, and handles all noise related complaints. This position will also manage the airport's Geographic Information System (GIS) data. Interested individuals should review the required qualifications and submit applications/resumes for consideration. To view the full job description and apply, visit: www.denvergov.org/jobs
DIRECTOR OF SAFETY AND RISK MANAGEMENT
Orlando, Fla. Provides senior-level safety and risk management leadership functions for the authority. Develops and administers safety programs to ensure compliance with safety, health and environmental regulations for authority employees, facilities, operations and the visiting public. Ensures high-quality, best-practice, cost-effective risk management programs that protect authority assets, business operations and reputation within the authority’s risk strategy. Leads and manages loss prevention, risk transfer, insurance, claims management, business risk and opportunity management, business continuity, risk identification, risk mitigation, and strategic risk management practices. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/5474338.
AV MPG COST ESTIMATOR
Seattle. Provides estimating knowledge and techniques to aid in the preparation and development of cost estimates ranging in accuracy from Rough Order of Magnitude (ROM) to Definitive. Bachelor’s degree in engineering, architecture, construction management or related field. Ten years of combined experience in estimating projects while working for government, general contractors and subcontractors in the local region, direct experience in public works estimating and the utilization and establishment of an estimating data base. Salary: $74,822-$93,522. To apply and for complete details, visit http://www.portseattle.org/jobs. The Port of Seattle is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to diversity in the workplace. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/5474722.
BUSINESS MANAGER, CONCESSIONS AND PROPERTY DEVELOPMENT
Washington, D.C. Serves as manager, concessions and property development department and principal advisor to the VP of business administration. The successful candidate will be responsible for directing the airports authority’s concession program, developing and implementing marketing programs, and participating in the planning and design of terminal facilities. Develops and implements concession plans and concepts for the airports and other commercial activities; assists concessionaires in business and financial planning; and advises engineers on the economic feasibility and "user friendliness" of airport designs and features. Analyzes and evaluates external business trends; identifies and determines the compatibility of new business concepts with the airports; and develops markets and promotes plans for integrating new business concepts with current authority activities. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/5471575.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS DEPARTMENT MANAGER
The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority Seeking a seasoned airport management professional join its team. Announcement No.: MWAA-13-10833 S23. Salary range: $99,575-$144,384. Closes: June 21, 2013. Reports to the vice president and airport manager and is responsible for the safe, efficient and secure operation of the entire airport complex, including aircraft operations, terminal buildings, leased areas, airports authority office buildings, airport road systems, airport parking structures and associated properties. Successful candidate will possess superior leadership skills with at least 10 years of increasingly responsible management experience in airport operations or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Visit authority's website at www.mwaa.com to apply online. Application information must be completed in its entirety for consideration for the position. EOE.
ASSISTANT AIRPORT DIRECTOR OF COMMUNITY PROGRAMS
Manages the City of St. Louis’ and the airport authority’s DBE and M/WBE programs, including the DBE certification/selection process to determine eligibility for DBE participation, and monitors compliance of all contracts, provides ongoing workshops, seminars and conferences to provide information and assistance to large and small businesses on all aspects of business development, contracting policies and procedures and business opportunities. Annual salary $82,914-$126,308 based on experience and training. Comprehensive benefits package. Requires a bachelor’s degree in business or public aAdministration, economics or a closely related field and five years of experience managing development projects, including at least two years of experience managing DBE and M/WBE programs, OR an equivalent combination of education, experience and training. Prefer a master’s degree and experience managing contracts, DBE and M/WBE programs at a major airport. Visit www.stlouis-mo.gov to apply. Residency requirement. EOE.
SPECIALIST, NOISE & ENVIRONMENTAL PROGRAMS
Works with engineers, regulatory agencies, field personnel and other departments to review implementation of recordkeeping activities and ensure compliance with local and state rules and regulations. Responsibilities include assisting in operation and maintenance of noise monitoring system. Operates noise monitoring and flight tracking equipment. Troubleshoots and maintains remote noise monitoring sites and flight tracking equipment and computer components. Investigates potential noise violations; identifies restricted aircraft. Investigates and logs noise complaints. Provides information to public and to pilots. Prepares schedule changes from air carriers; generates report to identify noise contour impact. Updates Noise Rule Information Guide and Airport Use Restrictions. Provides training material to tenants on storm water pollution prevention plan. Conducts environmental field inspections for BMP compliance; liases with tenants on corrective action and preventive measures. Prepares Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan documents; assists with sample collections. Maintains environmental permits; processes related payments. Performs other duties as assigned. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/5465750.
SPECIALIST - AVIATION SUBJECT MATTER EXPERT, AIRCRAFT ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION
Utah Valley University. Aviation Science seeks to provide students with a comprehensive and meaningful academic experience. All online aviation courses will match or surpass the experience that would be available in the classroom while utilizing common curriculum outcomes and standards. Subject Matter Experts are responsible to help instructional designers and other development personnel ensure that the course experience follows the university model of being engaged, serious and inclusive. Aviation Subject Matter Experts will work with their assigned instructional designer to develop faculty approved course objectives and outcomes that incorporate university, industry, accreditation and department standards; identify, explain and/or create original instructional resources, activities and assessments; provide technical expertise and guidance to designers and developers; and validate functionality and accuracy of course materials.
Outagamie County, Appleton, Wis., provides this unique opportunity for an exceptional, proactive airport director who has demonstrated a passion for developing and managing a collaborative and empowering work environment. You will be an exceptional, proactive person who is a persuasive communicator with a leadership style that is participatory, team-oriented, and engaging. As an experienced and effective team builder, you will have coordinated, directed, and managed the work of others while implementing your vision for the future. Reporting to the county executive, the airport director plans, supervises and directs airport operations, finances, maintenance, development of the airport and air industrial/business parks; and interacts directly with local elected officials, federal officials, airport users, media, business leaders and the general public. For a detailed job description, as well as information and submission requirements, please see "Current Searches" tab at www.adkexecutivesearch.com. Salary range is $87,143-$109,822. Position closes July 1, 2013.
The Connecticut Airport Authority (CAA) is seeking an experienced legal professional with considerable knowledge of the legal principles, practices and procedures in Connecticut. The CAA general counsel will be responsible for legal work and directing the work of any outside legal counsel working on behalf of the CAA, and for acting as legal advisor to the CAA Board of Directors and the executive director. Seven years of experience practicing law. Three years of experience must have been at an advanced working level. Practicing law related to airport/aviation matters is a plus. Must be admitted to practice law in the State of Connecticut. Salary negotiable. Excellent benefit package. Forward resumes by June 28, 2013, to firstname.lastname@example.org. Position #: CAA1302. The Connecticut Airport Authority is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer.
AVIATION PRINCIPAL CONSULTANT
The strategic consulting business of Parsons Brinckerhoff, a leader in transportation engineering for more than 125 years, is seeking a seasoned aviation principal consultant to lead its aviation finance practice. For more than 70 years, Parsons Brinckerhoff has been involved in the building and expansion of airports around the world. The firm's significant expertise in airport planning, design, financial services and construction services (program and construction management) has allowed it to assist clients in successfully meeting the constant challenges that are part of the aviation industry. This newly created position will develop opportunities for business and resource growth, developing pursuit pipelines and capture plans for strategic and financial consulting work for airports and other aviation-related clients. In addition, this position will be responsible for supporting PB’s airport program management assignments, expanding its advisory work for infrastructure investors, and strategic project development in the aviation sector. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/5224862.
ASSISTANT AIRPORT MANAGER
Columbus, Ind. Reports to airport director and is responsible for mitigating wildlife hazards; maintaining and reporting airfield inspections; ensuring airfield is in compliance with FAA Part 139 with Columbus Fire Department; providing onsite supervision during emergencies in the absence of the airport director; filing NOTAMS, quality control and inventory on aviation fuel, farm management, SWPPP documentation; assisting and coordinating special programs and events; and all other duties assigned by the airport director. Department head: Brian Payne. Application deadline: Open until filled. An equal opportunity employer. M/F/H/V. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/5441858.
DIRECTOR OF FINANCIAL SERVICES
Windsor Locks, Conn. The Connecticut Airport Authority is seeking an experienced senior executive to oversee the development, direction and leadership of all financial management programs and services. Ten plus years of experience in financial management in a large business or governmental organization. Three years of experience must have been in a senior management capacity. Experience with airport/aviation related financial activities, transactions and programs preferred. Bachelor’s degree, with a major in accounting, finance or a closely related field preferred. CPA strongly preferred. Salary negotiable. Excellent benefit package. Forward resumes by June 26, 2013, to email@example.com. The Connecticut Airport Authority is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.
DIRECTOR OF AIR SERVICE AND BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT
Peoria, Ill. The director of air service and business development reports to the director of airports and serves as a member of the authority’s senior management staff. This position primarily manages and directs the air service development priorities of General Wayne A. Downing Peoria International (PIA) in retaining existing air service and attracting new air service to the community. Additional duties for this position include the strategic management of the marketing and communications program, and promoting and maximizing all aspects of airline and non-airline business development opportunities.
The successful candidate will have, as a minimum, a Bachelor’s degree in business, marketing, or related field, and a minimum of five years of stable, progressively responsible business development experience that included the responsibility for air service development. Salary range $80,000-$90,000 DOE. Position closes June 20, 2013. For brochure information/submission requirements go to ADK website: www.adkexecutivesearch.com. Click on the "Current Searches" tab.
Jack Edwards Airport (JKA), Gulf Shores, Ala., is currently accepting resumes for airport manager. Responsible for managing the day-to-day operations of the airport and identifying and soliciting new aeronautical tenants for the airport, including in the industrial park connected with the airport. Candidates should possess knowledge of federal aviation regulations and the Alabama Department of Transportation Aeronautics Bureau regulations for operating the airport. Information about the airport and a job description for the airport manager position can be found at www.jka.us.com. Send all resumes and inquiries by June 21, 2013, to Craig D. Olmstead, email: firstname.lastname@example.org, 234 Office Park Drive, Gulf Shores, AL 36542.
MANAGER OF AIRFIELD MAINTENANCE
Responsible for planning and managing the airfield maintenance department (electrical, paint/sign, vehicle/equipment, landside field, and airside field) and contract work in the repair and maintenance of airport property. Plans and manages the maintenance of grounds, roads, runways, ramps and airport authority vehicles/equipment at Memphis International Airport. Requires good written and verbal communication and math skills, good supervisory/managerial, administrative and planning skills, five years of minimum experience in supervisory and/or managerial duties in a maintenance function, a college degree or relevant maintenance experience, and an extensive knowledge of equipment used in grounds maintenance, equipment maintenance procedures, total preventative maintenance procedures, mobile equipment operation, basic aircraft operating procedures and federal aviation regulations concerning safety on or about the airfield. For additional information, visit http://www.mscaa.com.
DIRECTOR OF AVIATION
The City of Fresno, Calif., (population approximately 509,000) is located in the heart of the state in the fertile San Joaquin Valley and is now seeking a director of aviation to oversee a staff of 77.3 full-time employees and fiscal year 2013 budget of $43.6 million. The director is appointed by and reports to the city manager and exercises supervision over Fresno Airports’ management, professional, technical, maintenance and clerical staff. Candidates must possess at least five years of recent, progressively responsible, high-level experience managing a multi-purpose, multi-structure facility; this experience would typically be gained as a director at an airport of similar size and complexity to Fresno Airports or as an assistant director/division head at a larger airport. Candidates must also possess a bachelor’s degree in business, public administration, aviation, or a closely related field; a master’s degree is desirable. The salary range is dependent upon qualifications, up to $145,000 annually. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/5436254.
Lincoln, Neb. B.S. in civil engineering and a minimum of 10 years of experience. Experience in airport design is required and other transportation related projects is preferable. P.E. license or ability to obtain a license within six months is required. Software experience should include Microstation/Geopak and/or AutoCAD/Civil 3D. Previous experience on aviation and transportation projects with the FAA, NDOR and DOTs, in the central region is a plus. Affirmative action/equal opportunity employer. To apply, visit http://www.kirkham.com/careers.
DIRECTOR, GROUND TRANSPORTATION
San Diego, Calif. New authority position, which will have overall responsibility for the delivery of comprehensive ground transportation programs and lead a unit of professional, support and represented staff. Provides strategic leadership and counsel to authority management on ground transportation initiatives and manages relationships with a broad constituency of ground transportation service providers to assure high levels of customer and community satisfaction, regulatory compliance, financial health, and safe, efficient operations. Directs, leads, develops and implements the authority's ground transportation and traffic enforcement services strategy, goals and objectives; plans and administers a comprehensive authority-wide vehicle-for-hire (courtesy shuttles, taxicabs and charters) management program; oversees the parking management and courtesy shuttle agreements; assesses and recommends action regarding planning and long-range business decisions for the airport's landside facilities; develops staff and diverse, specialized programs through analysis, planning and collaboration with a high degree of accountability and self-determination. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/5403112.
ASSISTANT OPERATIONS MANAGER
HSS, Inc. Looking for an experienced assistant operations manager in the security field. Successful applicants will have a college degree and a minimum of three years of experience running a security program. Preference will be given to advanced degree and/or applicable certifications. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/5383080.
AIRPORT MAINTENANCE AND OPERATIONS SUPERINTENDENT
Juneau, Alaska. Responsible for the operation and maintenance of Juneau International Airport, an FAA Part 139 certificated airport. Manages and supervises a crew of up to 18 equipment operators, maintenance mechanics and laborers. This includes oversight of daily operations that are directed and performed by subordinate supervisors. Responsible for planning, budgeting, contract administration, community relations, staff management and staff development for the division. This is a management-level job classification assigned to the partially exempt service that reports directly to the airport manager. Has substantial responsibility for the exercise of independent judgment in all areas of streets/airfield maintenance and operations, heavy equipment mechanics, equipment operations and all workers in snow removal and ice control operations, as well as transferring, evaluating, disciplining and adjudicating the grievances of subordinates. May act as the airport manager in the manager’s absence.
CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER (DOT EXECUTIVE VI) - EXECUTIVE SERVICE
The Maryland Transportation Authority (MDTA) is seeking a highly qualified, experienced leader for the position of chief financial officer (CFO). Responsible for providing direction and guidance to all financial functions, including accounting, budgeting, investment management and debt management. Participates in and assists with the development of the Consolidated Transportation Program (capital budget) and monitors the progress and spending of the program during the fiscal year, as well as the overall affordability of the program. Responsible for preparing and making presentations to the credit rating agencies, overseeing contracts with outside vendors (consultants) for specialized accounting and financial services, and ensuring compliance with the MDTA’s Trust Agreement. The CFO is the principal advisor to the MDTA Authority Board and the executive secretary on financial matters. This senior management executive service position serves at the pleasure of the appointing authority. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/5350638.
BUSINESS MANAGER/SALES MANAGER
Base plus commission. Minimum 10 years of experience business development, advertising sales and management experience. Responsibilities: forecasting company sales growth, increasing advertising revenue, maintaining existing base revenue, building a sales team, motivate sales team to increase sales, sales incentive development, sales projections. Direct report CEO. Visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/5350836.