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COORDINATOR, AIRPORT OPERATIONS
Responsible for performing all operational and safety functions at the airport during an assigned shift, operating within established guidelines and procedures. Ensures the compliance with the federal regulation requirements of CFR Part 139 and, to a lesser extent, TSR Part 1542. Assures that CRAA airports are effectively and efficiently operated in a safe and secure manner and in the best interest of the general public by maintaining constant awareness of all facilities and activities on the airport property affecting tenants and the general public in accordance with all established rules, regulations and criteria of federal and local governments and other policies. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7181590.
Phoenix-Mesa (Ariz.) Gateway Airport Authority. Under the direction of the executive director, the deputy director is responsible for administration and managerial duties overseeing and guiding departments and special projects to ensure that the policies and objectives of Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport Authority (PMGAA) are achieved in a safe, effective, efficient, and professional manner. The deputy director manages, directs, and supports the daily operations of major support and operating functions of the airport; supervises staff and activities of various departments; identifies, analyses, and executes policies, programs, and procedures to enhance the operation and efficiency of Gateway; assists the leadership team in formulating business strategy and assumes the responsibilities of the executive director during his/her absence. For brochure information/submission requirements, see "Current Searches" tab on ADK Executive Search website: www.adkexecutivesearch.com. The salary range for this position is $88,917-$142,268. Position closes June 23, 2015.
AIRPORT TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS DIRECTOR
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport is seeking a dynamic and talented individual to be the airport transportation systems director at the world’s busiest passenger airport. Responsible for managing the PlaneTrain and SkyTrain automated people mover systems. The PlaneTrain is an underground pinched-loop system with nearly four miles of guideway, 16 stations, a fleet of 59 cars, transporting over 90 million customers in 2014. The SkyTrain is an elevated pinched-loop system with three miles of guideway, six stations, a fleet of 12 cars, transporting over 5 million customers in 2014. Candidates must possess a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, computer science, business/public administration or a related field; have thorough knowledge of management and equipment maintenance practices; and five years of personnel management experience. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7167774.
AIRPORT CONTRACT ADMINISTRATION SPECIALIST
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport is seeking a dynamic and talented individual to be the contract administrator for the SkyTrain automated people mover system at the world’s busiest passenger airport. Responsible for overseeing the contractor responsible for the operations and maintenance the SkyTrain system. The SkyTrain is an elevated pinched-loop system with three miles of guideway, six stations, a fleet of 12 cars, and services the airport main terminal, Gateway Business Complex, Georgia International Convention Center and rental car center. It began service in 2008 and transported over 5 million customers in 2014. Candidates must possess an associate’s degree in procurement, accounting, business administration, or related fields; three to five years of related experience, or any equivalent combination of education, training and experience which provides the requisite knowledge, skills and abilities for this job. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7167792.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS REPRESENTATIVE II (LANDSIDE)
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. Assists in managing the airport’s day-to-day operations to ensure the safe and efficient movement of customers. Responds to emergencies and coordinates with tenants and executive staff; performs daily checks of terminals, concourses, parking lots, curbsides, airport access roadways and other airport facilities; manages and coordinates customer flow daily through the security checkpoints; works extensively with the traveling public; prepares and presents various reports and documents, including daily activity logs and incident reports. Qualifications: Graduated from an accredited college or university in aviation administration, aviation management, business/public administration or a related field with a minimum of two years of progressively responsible airport operations experience. This experience should include extensive interaction with the general public. Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office. Requires the possession of a valid Georgia driver’s license at the time of employment. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7167067.
SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT FOR AVIATION, AIRPORT INFRASTRUCTURE MANAGEMENT
This is an exceptional opportunity for an experienced executive to oversee and drive the implementation of Denver International's strategic initiatives for its facility, fleet, asset management, airport planning, and engineering sections. Functions as a member of the senior leadership team, and as a primary liaison to the airlines and other stakeholders. Oversees the division’s personnel matters, safety programs, the development and tracking of performance metrics, and develops and formalizes the asset/capital management program. Reports to the COO, and leads a team of over 600 employees and a $178 million annual operating budget. The areas of responsibility include engineering, airport planning, the oversight of maintenance service contracts, as well as the management, maintenance and repair of the following: airport facilities and structures; airfield; landside; the vehicular fleet; maintenance control and services; safety systems; electrical, mechanical, HVAC, plumbing and power plant systems and equipment. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7164450.
AIRPORT PLANNING MANAGER
Allegheny County Airport Authority. Under the direction of the vice president of planning, helps guide the overall strategic planning of the airport. Drives the process of the airport master plan designed to transform Pittsburgh International and Allegheny County airports customer’s experience in ensuring that the future operational and functional requirements are met following FAA guidelines; resulting in exceptional outcomes and delivering the organizational mission. In conjunction with the direction of the vice president, planning, this position continually evaluates long-term strategy for timely adjustment to meet changing market demands and competitive conditions. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7166193.
MANAGER OF COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE
Tampa International Airport. Reporting to the director of real estate, responsible for the management of real estate development for the authority. Provides the technical and legal expertise in compliance with the state of Florida’s standards of conduct and provide advice regarding all real estate activities, such as title work, survey, easements, environmental issues, appraisals, appraisal reviews; purchase, relocation and development of property interests; conduct negotiations; and monitor other potential areas that might present risk for each transaction and/or venture. Also responsible for developing, implementing and managing a robust real estate program in alignment with the authority’s aeronautical and master plan development, but must strive to creatively maximize the use of available authority land. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7167614.
SENIOR AVIATION ENGINEER
Engineer IV - senior aviation engineer. Responsible for managing KLJ projects in a timely, accurate and cost effective manner. Manages projects worth a minimum of $500,000 in fees. Responsible for project budgets and schedules. Reviews for quality assurance and quality control and ensure compliance with KLJ quality standards. Provides coordination of contractors. Participates in and facilitates meetings. Effectively deals with difficult situations and confrontation both internally and externally. Utilizes effective written and oral communication. Manages multiple project teams. Provides direction, review and support to the group by leading projects; assuring proper practices and techniques. Assists with and coordinates client management activities. Confers with project team members and clients to lead, prepare, and participate in project proposals and interviews. May have supervisory responsibilities for group members and support staff, including hiring, promoting, terminations, performance reviews, and training.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS AGENT
Colorado Springs Airport. Assists with the coordination of operations and maintenance activities on the airfield and in the terminal building. Typical responsibilities include overseeing and coordinating the effective flow of passengers throughout the terminal building and landside facilities. Monitors and inspects ground transportation services within the airport. Performs security-related inspections as required by the TSA. Coordinates and performs airfield operations activities, including the inspection of runways and taxiways. Makes short-term maintenance and safety recommendations to senior staff and management. Inspects airport operating areas to ensure compliance with safety standards and regulations; coordinates with senior staff to manage appropriate actions, including airfield closures. Coordinates winter weather operations; assists with the snow desk. Serves as the airport liaison to the incident commander until relieved. Assists the incident commander by coordinating responding services.
Lee County Port Authority. Develops and manages initiatives to include branding, identifying target audiences and executing marketing campaigns. Should be proficient and knowledgeable in electronic marketing techniques including social, digital and website, advertising, collateral materials and graphics. Must be able to create and deliver presentations to multiple audiences, as well as execute special events such as promotions, conferences and community events. Requires an innovative thinker with business and political acumen able to quickly discern revenue opportunities and then build a targeted campaign to promote the organizational agenda. Campaigns may include but aren’t limited to commercial land development, airport parking and airport advertising. Participates in preparation of departmental operating budget and oversight of departmental fiscal matters. Focuses on maximizing aviation and non-aviation revenues while driving customer satisfaction. Performs other duties as required. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7163010.
MANAGER, HUMAN RESOURCES
Lee County (Florida) Port Authority. Highly professional leadership position reporting to the director of human resources. Responsible for managing, coordinating and evaluating the efficiency of departmental functions and regulatory compliance. Manages a wide range of human resource functions at Southwest Florida International Airport and Page Field, including: policies, programs, benefits, training and new initiatives ensuring that the organization is following best practices in the field HR. May be assigned supervisory responsibilities as needed. Participates in the planning and development of HR strategic goals and objectives. Ensures compliance with all applicable laws, rules, regulations, standards, policies and procedures; recommends necessary action to correct deviations or violations. Performs functions specific to employee relations, wellness programs, benefits, compensation/classification and policy development, including: job analysis, position classification and compensation; benefits administration and evaluation; managing updates and revisions to policies in compliance with applicable laws and regulations, and subsequently managing the communication of any such changes. Other duties as assigned. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7163618.
AIRPORT OPERATION MANAGER
San Antonio, Texas. Responsible for planning, organizing, directing and managing programs in the administration and operations of airport facilities, grounds and equipment. Manages activities to ensure and enforce compliance with federal, state and local regulations. Accountable for compliance with FAR Part 139 to assure retention of airport operating certificate. Manages and responds to airport emergencies, makes critical decisions regarding operation and usage of airfield facilities for emergency response and aircraft movement. Implements, promotes and ensures the integrity of airport safety initiatives and training as part of the Airport Safety Management System Program. Ensures tenant compliance with airport rules and regulations. Manages safety standards compliance regarding airfield construction and safe operations of aircraft around construction equipment and personnel. Coordinates complex projects to ensure continued safe operations of aircraft. Coordinates procurement of assets for use in airfield safety initiatives. Prepares and submits reports concerning airport operational matters. Prepares operating and capital budgets. For additional information, http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7163234.
ASSISTANT AIRPORT PUBLIC SAFETY/SECURITY MANAGER
Assists the department manager in the day-to-day safety and security of Milwaukee County's airports. Provides assistance in ensuring compliance with federal, state and local regulations for the safety and security of aircraft, passengers, airport patrons, employees and facilities. Provides continuity of operations in the absence of the department manager. Job Duties: Develops and supervises the audit and inspection program; coordinates with federal, state and local regulatory and law enforcement agencies to ensure compliance and maintain security; develops procedures to ensure each function complies with appropriate regulatory requirements and ensures personnel are trained in these procedures; develops procedures for airport construction, VIP visits, or other special events to ensure that all safety and security protocols are addressed and maintained; responds to airport emergencies of various types that would impact the safety/security of the airport; assumes the duties of the airport public safety and security manager in his/her absence. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7164111.
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, NON-PROFIT ASSOCIATION
The University Aviation Association is seeking a full-time executive director (ED) for non-profit organization. Additional details, and a complete job description, are available at: www.uaa.aero. Qualifications: Minimum (in appropriate field): 1) baccalaureate degree; 2) five years full-time experience. Preferred qualifications: 1) knowledge of experience within the aviation industry strongly preferred; 2) graduate degree in an appropriate field; 3) Certification as an association executive; 4) experience working collaboratively with non-profit organizations, higher-education, training institutions, and industry partners. Location: Remote work is possible, occasional travel. Salary: $70,000-$80,000 plus benefits, commensurate with experience. Start date: Sept. 1, 2015. Review will begin on June 15, 2015, and will continue until the position is filled. Qualified candidates should send a letter of application; a resume; and a minimum of three current references to: Suzanne Kearns, Chair, Search Committee University Aviation Association, 2415 Moore’s Mill Road, Ste 265-216, Auburn, AL 36830-8484, email@example.com.
MANAGER OF AIRPORT CONCESSIONS
Tampa International Airport is seeking a proactive self-starting individual to be responsible for the administration of leases and contracts to ensure compliance with terms and conditions expressed therein; research relevant markets and financial trends to forecast future business activity and assist in developing recommendations; maintain strong business relationships with tenants and conduct regular site visits. Additionally, the incumbent will be asked to provide exceptional leadership and strong written and oral communication skills along with experience in the areas of contract management, development and management of RFPs and RFQs, strategic planning, financial management including development of proformas, breakeven scenarios, and cost-benefit analysis, concession compliance and conflict management, and manage the day-to-day relationship between the authority and the concession tenants. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7157981.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS OFFICER
Tulsa Airports Improvement Trust. Starting Pay: $14.42 per hour (Starting pay may be higher, depending on qualifications). Responsible for performing a variety of duties at Tulsa International Airport on the airfield, perimeter and airport property to ensure compliance with FAA regulations, as well as airport rules, policies and procedures. Duties include, but are not limited to, performing airfield inspections; ensuring compliance with Part 139 and Part 77 standards; coordinating with airport police and TSA on matters of security and safety. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7155035.
DIRECTOR PUBLIC RELATIONS / MARKETING
Salt Lake City (Utah) Corporation. Responsible for comprehensive marketing, public relations and communications. Implements and directs a full range of professional services and programs, including media strategy and response, advertising campaigns, marketing, communications, public relations, air service analysis, publication production and special events for the Salt Lake City Department of Airports. Also manages marketing and airline incentive programs. Must understand complex government and airport management with experience in intergovernmental relations. Must also be well versed in journalism, media relations, corporate communications, crisis management, advertising and professional public relations. Reports directly to the executive director of the department of airports and is a member of the executive management team that develops the department’s strategic goals and objectives and the implementation thereof. This is an appointed, at-will position without tenure and exempt from the career service system. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7158166.
AIRPORT ENGINEERING OFFICER
City of Long Beach, California. A key position in the engineering department reporting to the manager of operations and facilities. Plays a unique role in leading the multi-million dollar capital improvement program (CIP) for Long Beach Airport. Responsible for delivering the conceptual development and oversight of the strategic initiatives for master planning, AIP updates, capital project design and project management. This includes providing aviation engineering, design management, planning and construction management oversight for the airport. Requires knowledge of airport program management; FAA advisory circulars; local, state and federal laws and rules regarding aviation operations, regulations and standards; airport master planning; principles and practices of program development; and construction management and administration. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7158306.
CIVIL ENGINEER II/III
City of Renton, Washington. Salary: CEII: $70,284-$85,644 annually. CEIII: $75,684-$92,160 annually. Position open until filled, with a first review date of May 27, 2015. Performs project management functions in support of the airport capital improvement program; manages, organizes the design and construction contracts; coordinates projects with other city staff, outside agencies and user groups and contractors/consultants; provides support for other city projects; serves as technical resource for department personnel; and develops and manages project budgets. The civil engineer II performs studies independently requiring experience in design, plan review or project management. Incumbents are required to exercise greater people interaction and integrate engineering principles in creating new structures. The civil engineer III performs complex design, project management, reviews and signs engineering drawings as assigned and represents the city on large-scale projects and complex engineering reviews. Incumbents integrate numerous engineering and construction disciplines. Reports to airport manager. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7148402.
MUNICIPAL AIRPORT DIRECTOR
The city of Shelbyville, Tenn., (population 20,598) is accepting applications for director of Shelbyville Municipal Airport. This is a highly responsible, department director level administrative position. This is a newly created city employee position. Shelbyville is a historic, economically and racially diverse community located in southern Middle Tennessee and is the county seat of Bedford County. The airport director is responsible for the administration of the city’s general aviation airport, including all personnel matters, budget, airport operations, airport marketing, and airport property maintenance. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7142198.
VICE PRESIDENT, ENGINEERING AND ENVIRONMENTAL AFFAIRS
Sarasota Manatee (Florida) Airport Authority. Under delegated supervision, plans, assigns, directs, coordinates and manages the authority's planning, engineering and environmental programs to assure appropriate execution of: project and master planning; environment and noise abatement program implementation; airport engineering, including design, construction, inspection, and grant administration. Responsible for oversight of environmental and engineering staff, consultants, technical specialists, surveyors, contractors and others in the implementation of master plans, environmental programs, noise abatement, and airport construction projects. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7141992.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS COORDINATOR
Delaware River & Bay Authority. Primarily responsible for ensuring the safety and security of the runways and taxiway system under Part 139 requirements, and relevant Authority interests and properties managed by the airport department in accordance with policies, rules, regulations, and local, state and federal guidelines. Operations coordinator staff are required to work shift schedules as assigned. Staff may also be called upon to perform additional duties, including duties related to routine facilities maintenance such as snow removal, as needed. This position is essential and is subject to call 24 hours a day as necessary to maintain operations at Wilmington Philadelphia Regional Airport, a primary commercial service airport. Other requirements: ability to pass airfield driver certification, Part 139 and SIDA testing within 60 days of hire; Subject to background investigation, STA and CHRC; ability to be trained in the operation of a firearm; effective communication skills. Closing date: June 3, 2015. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7148159.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS AGENT
Kansas City International Airport (MCI) has a full-time position available for an airport operations agent to ensure the day-to-day safe and efficient operations of the airfield, terminals and public service functions of the airport. Conducts a variety of inspections and technical research. Prepares written reports. Directs interaction with airport, tenants and their employees, airport users, federal, state and municipal employees and the general public. Provides classroom and practical instruction in airfield driving to employees, airport tenants, outside agencies and contractors. Coordinates emergency responses, directs snow removal operations and assists daily operations in accordance with federal certification requirements, federal, state and local laws, municipal and departmental policies and in accordance with best practices. Preference given to applicants with Federal Regulations 139, 150 and 77 knowledge and/or experience. Application deadline: May 26, 2015. EOE. The City of Kansas City, Missouri, is an equal opportunity employer committed to a diverse workforce.
Start a management career at an airport that experiences every aspect of aviation: airline, corporate, GA, cargo, and military. At Peoria International and Mount Hawley Airports, join the staff of award winning, record setting, and growing facilities. Ensures compliance with local, state and federal regulations related to airport operations and security; conducts inspections to assure safety, security and efficiency; coordinates airport activities with police, ARFF and other emergency personnel during incidents; conducts SIDA and FAR139 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. Starts at $14.50 per hour working four 10-hour shifts. Submit resume by 4:30 p.m. CDT June 11, 2015, to Director of Airports, Metropolitan Airport Authority of Peoria, 6100 W. Everett McKinley Dirksen Parkway, Peoria, IL 61607.
AIRPORT CONTROL CENTER OPERATOR
General Mitchell International Airport. Under general supervision, assists in the control of daily operations of Milwaukee County-owned airports; assists with ensuring compliance with federal, state and local airport safety and security regulations; transmits or cancels airfield notices; disseminates airport operations information; dispatches personnel according to established procedures during emergencies involving aircraft accidents, bomb threats, civil disturbance, air piracy, structural fires, radiological incidents, natural disasters, fire alarms and personal injuries; monitors and operates security system; monitors fire alarm system; monitors the surface system computer for changes on runway surface conditions; monitors and retrieves weather information from the weather center computer; receives runway friction readings; updates airport identification access badges and vehicle access; transmits and receives information over four different radio frequencies; maintains daily work log; initializes the airports emergency notification system and to perform such other duties as may be assigned.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS SPECIALIST
Dickinson (N.D.) Municipal Airport Authority. Performs essential operational and safety needs of the airport. Performs inspections, routine airfield maintenance, snow removal, and aircraft rescue fire fighting,(ARFF). Receives supervision from the airport management team, but also will work unsupervised. Required knowledge, skills and abilities: effectively communicate with airport tenants, aircraft in the vicinity of the airport, and airport staff, in person, in writing, by two way radio, or by phone. Ability to understand and apply 14 CFR Part 139 and 49 CFR 1542. Ability to operate a computer and a tablet. Ability to operate a multitude of different vehicles and equipment in a safe, effective and responsible manner. Ability to think critically and make decisions in a stressful environment acting as a first responder or ARFF. Ability to carry out assigned tasks by the airport management team. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7142587.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS COORDINATOR
Easterwood Airport Management is seeking self-directed, highly motivated individuals to serve as operations coordinator at Easterwood Airport. Staff is expected to deliver services and serve customers with a high level of enthusiasm, integrity and accuracy. Supports the airport manager and operations manager in all aspects of maintaining safe and efficient airport operations. Duties for this position are extensive and involve working with the public, the community, airport partners, and airport tenants. Nights and weekends often are required, and employee is on call at all times. Apply to learn more about the position. Qualified candidates should apply online at www.astinaviation.com and include a resume or statement including all licenses and certifications. Astin Aviation and Easterwood Airport Management is an EEO employer for M/F/Veteran/Disabled. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7138770.
Seeking a licensed architect interested in serving the public sector, and in applying expertise in architectural planning, design, and construction to the diverse needs of Juneau International Airport. Work is independently performed under the general direction of the airport manager with most assignments only given instruction as to the desired outcome. Responsible control over the higher complexity projects that have project values in the millions of dollars. Provides professional management of architectural and construction projects as well as contractors and consultants. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7139872.
Seeking an independent worker comfortable with complex projects, who possess knowledge of current engineering principles and practices applied in planning, analysis, design and construction. Seeking a dynamic individual looking for a career with many interesting challenges. Work is independently performed under the general direction of the airport manager with most assignments only given instruction as to the desired outcome. Has responsible control over the higher complexity projects that have project values in the millions of dollars. Provides professional management of engineering and construction projects as well as contractors and consultants. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7139901.
AIRPORT PLANNER - PASSENGER AND VEHICULAR FACILITIES
The Wayne County (Mich.) Airport Authority is seeking an airport planner for passenger and vehicular facilities with six years of experience that includes planning and/or design of public use transportation facilities and/or infrastructure. Qualified candidates should also hold a bachelor’s degree in one of the following: planning, architecture, engineering, or aviation management. Serves as the planner-in-charge with a focus on identifying and preparing short-term and long-range initiatives, as well as plans to guide the development and improvement of passenger and vehicular facilities (administration of consultant services contracts related to planning studies and tasks affecting roadways, landscape, parking, wayfinding, commercial development, terminals, passenger experiences, and other airport components). For more information and to apply, visit the WCAA website at metroairport.com/employment or submit resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. Submission should also include a document(s) (limit 5 pages) that illustrates your work in written or graphic form. Deadline: June 12, 2015.
AIRCRAFT RESCUE FIRE FIGHTER CAPTAIN
Kent County/Gerald R. Ford International Airport. Under general supervision, plans, organizes and supervises the shift activities of an assigned aircraft rescue fire fighting crew. Additional job responsibilities include: administration of policies and procedures, training and general supervisory functions for aircraft rescue fire fighters; acting as incident commander; participating and supervising the crew in response to aircraft incidents, medical emergencies and fires occurring on airport property; and inspecting all fire fighting facilities and equipment, initiating corrective action when necessary, as well as scheduling routine preventative maintenance. Must work non-traditional hours and must be available and on-call 24 hours per day, seven days per week and able to work any shift to respond to airport emergencies. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7126502.
PRESIDENT AND CEO
Sanford Airport Authority (SFB). The president and CEO has primary responsibility for the efficient operation and administration of Orlando Sanford International Airport. Considerable independence of action and judgment is granted in the application of these policies as determined by the authority. Work, through performance of duties personally or by supervising and directing subordinates, is reviewed by all authority members through personal consultation, written reports or observation of overall results. Candidates are required to have a four-year degree from an accredited college or university. A master’s degree is a plus. Candidates must have an AAAE C.M. designation as a minimum. A.A.E. accreditation is desirable. Five years of experience in airport executive management, including a minimum of five years at a comparable size commercial airport with a commerce park; or commensurate experience within business. For additional information/submission requirements, see brochure under "Current Searches" tab at: www.adkexecutivesearch.com. Starting salary range $165,000-$210,000.Position closes May 31, 2015.
OPERATIONS SPECIALIST I
The Greater Asheville (N.C.) Regional Airport Authority (GARAA) is seeking an individual who can maintain airport compliance with FAR Parts 77 and 139, TSR Part 1542, and all other applicable statutes, regulations and requirements, and ensures the safety and security of all airport users. Assists in dispatching, communications, airport badging, and duties performed in the airport communications center and airport operations center. A bachelor's degree in aviation management, business administration, or a related field is preferred, or in lieu of a degree, a minimum of two years of work experience at a commercial airport. Submit resumes to Suzie Baker, Director of Administration, Greater Asheville Regional Airport Authority, 61 Terminal Drive, Suite 1, Fletcher, NC 28732, email at email@example.com. Starting salary is $36,000. A full job description and additional GARAA information can be viewed at www.flyavl.com. GARAA is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
Greater Asheville (N.C.) Regional Airport Authority (GARAA). Responsible for directing and managing airport operations, maintenance and custodial activities of the airport, and ensuring compliance with all applicable FAA rules and regulations. Oversees operation of the airport communications center and ensures direct support for all organizational departments. Responsibility includes monitoring of airfield lighting, equipment maintenance, airport grounds, and building conditions to ensure effective and efficient operations. Communicates with authority staff, tenants, and local and federal government representatives to discuss and clarify problems, report progress, or confer on a plan of action. Ensures departmental compliance with all applicable FAA, TSA, USDA, NCDENR, EPA and other requirements. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7133734.
AVIATION COMMERCIAL PROJECT MANAGER
Part of the business and properties division in aviation. The aviation business section comprises commercial aviation and general aviation programs that manage the business tenant relationships. Responsible for negotiating and managing terminal facility leases and airport property ground leases, and other business agreements for commercial aviation tenants, including the terminal and cargo building space and monitoring tenant contract compliance for insurance, bonds, rental adjustments and lease amendments. Assists in monitoring tenant business activity and accounts totaling over $123 million of the $326 million annual revenue to the aviation department.
AIRPORT SECURITY MANAGER
Key West International Airport. Responsible for the overall management of the airport security program (ASP). Supervises, oversees and administers all of the required functions of the ASP and coordinates, monitors and enforces aviation security regulations. Serves as the primary contact for airport security-related activities and reports directly to the director of airports. In addition, performs FAR 139-related duties as required. Must pass a 10-year fingerprint based criminal history background check and security threat assessment for airport badge. Must pass an FAA-approved driver's training course. Only apply online at the Monroe County Employment website - fl.gov/jobs.aspx. For further information, contact John Lewinski with Monroe County Human Resources at 305-292-4557. Position is open until filled. Veterans Preference Available. EOE. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7119127.
PUBLIC SAFETY AND OPERATIONS DIRECTOR
Gerald R. Ford International Airport (GFIA), Grand Rapids, Mich. Develops and implements short- and long-range plans, policies, protocols and SOPs to ensure the safe, secure and efficient operation of the airport. Ensures that the airport is operated in compliance with FAR Part 139, TSR Part 1542 and all other federal, state and local regulations governing airport operations. Additional responsibilities include providing direct supervision for subordinate staff, and evaluating safety and security technology, systems and equipment; maintaining and updating the airport certification manual, emergency plan, security program and other critical documents. Also charged with directing law enforcement and aircraft rescue firefighting and emergency medical services. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7119634.
City of Pittsfield, Mass. Responsible for all financial matters, contracts, personnel administration, correspondence, public relations, maintenance and construction, safety, grounds, and regulatory compliance and enforcement. Carries out all matters of policy established by the Commission. Develops all new leases and re-negotiates all old leases for approval of the commission. Annually reviews all insurance coverage, permits and licenses granted by and/or held by the commission and takes appropriate renewal, enforcement or notification action. Prepares all grant requests for federal, state and local approval and funding, and develops all long- and short-range plans for airport improvement. Develops annual operating and capital budgets. Conducts an annual revenue analysis; prepares an overall development plan for the airport with three, five and 10-year benchmarks. Responsible for snow removal operations. Be available 24 hours a day, or arrange appropriate coverage with the permission of the commission. Performs all other duties as assigned. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7122088.
Aviation experience (15+ years). Experience developing relationships with new and existing clients that enhance the firm’s competitive advantage and positioning in the aviation market. Experience in technical and management direction of large-scale, programmatically complex architectural projects within the aviation market. Experience in task order-based on-call service including airside and landside scopes. Proven track record of success in working in a project architect or project manager role with a minimum of two large aviation projects, including airside and landside scopes of work. Proven leadership and management skills, including the ability to develop collaborative relationships that lead to successful results, whether within the firm or externally -– with clients, consultants, and other key participants in the design and development process. Strong presentation skills both with the ability to verbalize ideas and direct others. A commitment to the principles of sustainable design and experience integrating them on specific projects. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7122930.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS MANAGER
The Department of Airports is recruiting for an Airport Operations Manager who has responsibility to direct the activities and operations and maintenance at assigned airports, including assisting in the long-range planning and development of assigned County airport facilities. The incumbent maintains frequent contact with the administration of the Department of Airports, airport personnel, FAA, and other County, State and Federal agency representatives, as well as airport tenants, concessionaires, and the general public for the purpose of managing operations of assigned airports. The current vacancy is at the Chino Airport; employees must be willing to work at the other airport locations including Apple Valley, Barstow/Daggett, Baker, Twentynine Palms and Needles. A County vehicle is available for travel throughout the County. At the time of hire, a valid California Class C driver license and proof of liability insurance are required.
AIR SERVICE DEVELOPMENT MANAGER
The Air Service Development Manager will be responsible for identifying and coordinating opportunities, and serving as the primary point of contact for air service development of passenger and cargo air service, general aviation, and other aviation related businesses at both the Jackson-Medgar Wiley Evers International Airport (JAN) and Hawkins Field (HKS). Also, coordinate current services, identify strategies and make recommendations for additional or alternate service plans, to include both new services and enhancements to the existing service profiles. Formulate incentive programs and marketing strategies to attract new aviation industry activity; and ensure the retention of existing services. Identification of grants and other funding programs to retain services, develop new services, and support incentives programs. Coordinate and prepare marketing materials illustrating the benefits of incentive programs, JMAA facilities, and the opportunities within the JAN and HKS service areas as part of the overall marketing strategy for JMAA. For more information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7104647.
AIRPORT MANAGER, HAWKINS FIELD
Hawkins Field, Jackson’s (Miss.) Downtown Destination, provides excellent facilities and services for private and corporate pilots, both transient and home-based. The manager will be responsible for managing day-to-day operational, administrative and support activities, identifying and coordinating development opportunities, and serving as the primary point of service to airfield tenants and users. Manage available resources provided by the various departments and personnel to ensure effective and efficient operations, set priorities and ensure safe and secure service objectives and goals are met. For more information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7104619.
Jackson (Miss.) Municipal Airport Authority. Manage the daily activities of the Procurement Department functions. Develop procedures related to the procurement of goods and services in compliance with policy, regulations and statutory requirements. Manage service provider and supplier resources including the management of existing and proposed agreements, general descriptions of goods and services offered, and other data to ensure competitive pricing, fulfillment of contractual obligations and equal opportunities for participation. Retains overall management responsibility for purchasing decisions, orders, and vendor contracts/service agreements and assists other management staff with the development, review, and status of annual budgets and forecasts. For more information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7104148.
DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
The Metropolitan Airport Authority of Rock Island County, Illinois seeks an experienced leader for its operations and maintenance departments. The Director of Operations and Maintenance provides overall leadership and vision for the Airfield, Facilities, Public Safety, and Engineering functions of the Quad City International Airport and coordinates all landside and airside projects. Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in Aviation Management, Business Administration or related field and five (5) years’ experience in airport operations with three (3) years’ experience in airport operations management; Accredited Airport Executive (AAE) credential or ability and commitment to obtain this designation within two (2) years of hire. FAA pilots rating is desirable. Pay range: $86,480 - $108,100. See www.qcairport.com/employment for details and an application. Interested individuals should submit a cover letter, resume, completed application and credentials to Human Resources, 2200 69th Avenue, P.O. Box 9009, Moline, IL 61265. Deadline for application is June 1, 2015 at 4:30 P.M.
AIRPORT DEPUTY DIRECTOR FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION
This is executive-level work directing all fiscal matters, including revenue management, enhancement and expenditure control at Lambert-St. Louis International Airport. Duties will include managing all general ledger, accounts payable, accounts receivable activities and coordinating the completion of an annual audit of the financial and operational affairs of the airport authority. Additional responsibilities will include coordinating the development and management of annual operating and maintenance and capital budgets, establishing and maintaining contacts with representatives of the federal, state and local government agencies, legislative bodies, airlines, airport tenants and interested groups regarding the fiscal and business affairs of the airport, directing and managing the airport properties function, a citywide minority women’s business enterprise (M/WBE) program, including DBE participation on airport projects, and administering the city’s living wage program. Serves as the airport’s chief fiscal officer and reports to the director of airports. EOE.