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AIRCRAFT RESCUE FIRE FIGHTER
Kent County/Gerald R. Ford International Airport. Under the supervision of an aircraft rescue fire fighting captain, responds to aircraft incidents, medical emergencies and fires occurring on airport property. Additional responsibilities include operation and maintenance of aircraft fire fighting equipment, as well as providing basic emergency medical care to injured/ill passengers, patrons and employees at the airport. The successful candidate must work non-traditional hours. A schedule rotation of 24 hour shifts, including nights and weekends, is required. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7292775.
PROJECT MANAGER (AVIATION)
Barge Waggoner Sumner & Cannon. Experienced project manager who is customer oriented, completes projects within budget, on time, with high standards implemented. Responsibilities include direction, coordination, management of FAA/state aviation planning and capital projects. Assisting in the implementation and maintenance of an airport's capital improvement program providing administrative support during project execution, including constructions plans, specification reviews, correspondence, contracts, reports and procedures. For additional information regarding job description/requirements, visit http://jobview.monster.com/Aviation-Project-Manager-Job-Atlanta-GA-US-152798912.aspx?mescoid=1300093001001. Minimum qualifications: Bachelor's degree in engineering, planning, construction management or five years of experience in construction/project management or consultant for aviation development; or five years of airport/aviation experience with at least two years of experience in airport project management. Full-time position requiring office hours in downtown Atlanta, plus approximately 20 percent travel, some overnight stays. Successful candidates will be required to pass a drug test and criminal background check. Salary range: $52,000 to $72,000 annually based on qualifications and experience. Submit a cover letter and resume to Ron Bird, ResourceTek, 10133 Sherrill Boulevard, Suite 200, Knoxville, TN 37932, 865-934-4145 direct, 865-673-8554 fax, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.resource-tek.com.
ADMINISTRATIVE ANALYST II
Port of Oakland. Performs professional budgetary, personnel and administrative work in support of the aviation security department at Oakland International Airport. Duties may also include security inspections and analysis and observation of activities occurring outside of the office. May exercise direct and indirect supervision over assigned technical and clerical personnel. Minimum requirements: Graduation from an accredited college or university with a bachelor’s degree in public or business administration, economics, accounting or related field plus three years of experience performing progressively responsible administrative work. Salary range $7,376-$9,138/month. Announcement accessible at Port of Oakland’s website at www.portoakland.com. Resumes only not accepted. Recruitment closes July 10, 2015. AA/EOE/M/F/H
Blue Grass Airport, Lexington, Ky. Entry-level position that manages the use of airport facilities in accordance with established policies and procedures. Assures continuous safety and security compliance with FAR Parts 77 and 139, and TSR Part 1542, in addition to all other applicable statutes, regulations and requirements. Duties include conducting periodic, daily and continuous airfield and facilities inspections for unsafe or non-compliant conditions; operating airport central communications and operations center; actively monitoring security access control and CCTV systems; issuing airport ID media and providing fingerprinting services; coordinating and monitoring airport construction activities; providing high level of customer service in responding to questions and inquiries from the public, airport stakeholders and/or governmental regulatory agencies. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7288615.
ASSISTANT AIRPORT DIRECTOR
Brown County (Wis.) Austin Straubel International Airport. Responsible for aiding airport director in oversight and management of airfield and landside activity at Austin Straubel International Airport, a Part 139 commercial service airport. Serves as the airport security coordinator and liaison between the airport and the TSA. Reports to the airport director under whose supervision the assistant airport director, personally and through subordinate supervisors, directs operational (including ARFF), maintenance and electrical functions to ensure a safe, efficient, compliant and sustainable airport operation. Entails supervising, coordinating and reviewing aircraft and airline operations, buildings and airfield maintenance, construction and related matters; environmental matters; community relations; coordinating airline requirements for airport facilities; implementing applicable federal, state and local regulations pertaining to airport operations, safety and security; and participating in planning for future growth and expansion. Also assists in developing the annual budget, coordinating airport building construction, maintenance, advertising and promoting the airport in the community. To view the entire job description and to apply go to http://agency.governmentjobs.com/browncounty/default.cfm. Interviews will be determined at a later date.
DIRECTOR OF FINANCIAL PLANNING AND ANALYSIS
Provides financial leadership by providing financial support, controls and technical expertise that will enable the authority to meet its strategic objectives and drive performance. Oversees analysis and modeling of operations and strategic opportunities, and develops forecast models for short-term and long-term resource allocations. Works collaboratively with the leadership and provides the reporting, data, and analysis required for them to manage their operations. Leads a team of financial planning and analysis professionals. The candidate should have proven expertise in the field, with an ability to communicate and work effectively across teams. Key partner to the CFO. See full job description and application requirements at www.rdu.com.
DIRECTOR OF ACCOUNTING
Raleigh/Durham Airport Authority. Provides financial leadership by providing financial support, controls and technical expertise that will enable the authority to meet its strategic objectives and drive performance. Oversees controllership functions and assists with operations and strategic opportunities from a financial perspective. Works collaboratively with the leadership and provide the financial data required for them to manage their operations. Leads a team of accounting professionals. The candidate should have proven expertise in the field, with an ability to communicate and work effectively across teams. Key partner to the CFO. See full job description and application requirements at www.rdu.com.
SENIOR CIVIL ENGINEER-AVIATION
CHA Consulting, Inc. is currently seeking a senior engineer for aviation design and construction projects at its Indianapolis location. Part of a team of designers that work on nationwide aviation projects. Responsibilities include leading the technical design for airport infrastructure improvement projects, including runways, taxiways, aprons and site development; preparing engineering design plans and specifications per FAA Advisory Circulars and state DOT standards; managing technical staff; and managing schedules, budgets. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7284327.
AIRPORT SECURITY SUPERVISOR
San Antonio. Responsible for providing the day-to-day supervision and direction to assigned shift(s) and providing a safe and secure environment at San Antonio International Airport by recognizing and responding to violations of local, state and federal regulations and ordinances, to include closure of a terminal or concourse. Coordinates and supervises airport security staff on assigned shift. Monitors airport tenants and their leased areas for possible violations or non compliance with the airport rules and regulations. Coordinates all daily security compliance activities. Responds to all airport security emergencies. Works with the TSA, federal state and local law enforcement agencies, airport tenants and stakeholders to ensure a secure environment. Develops, implements and oversees programs that promote a proactive approach to the continued secure operation of air carriers and commercial operators. Inspects terminal to ensure compliance with TSA TSR 1540, TSR 1542 and the ASP. Conducts airport security training. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7284340.
General Mitchell International Airport. The focus of the position will be on the development, implementation and management of the Airport’s Enterprise–Wide Safety Management System (SMS) in compliance with FAA requirements as well as ensuring Airport compliance with Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA) and the Americans with Disability Act (ADA). For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7284763.
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. Aviation Planner (L3-L4 DOE) - TRA00290. General position summary: 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. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7285200.
Naples (Fla.) Airport Authority. Applies principles of accounting to analyze, enter and report budgetary and financial information under general supervision. Assists with administration of computerized financial systems and reporting tools. Maintains authority land and building leasing records. Responsible for all capital improvement project data entry into general ledger and reporting. Records and requests all earned grant funds according to federal and state requirements. Bachelor’s degree (B.A.) in accounting or related field and three years of related experience and/or training or equivalent combination of education and experience. Work experience with Microsoft NAV highly desirable. Salary commensurate with experience. Excellent benefits. Applications due by July 14, 2015. NAA application must be completed in full for consideration for this position. Application and job description available at the City of Naples Airport Authority, Administration Office, 160 Aviation Drive North, Naples, FL 34104, or visit the airport's website at http://www.flynaples.com/naples-airport-authority/job-opportunities EOE/V/H/Male/Female/Pre-employment fingerprinting required. Veterans’ preference provided for eligible positions.
ASSOCIATE AVIATION PROJECT MANAGER
Under general supervision, performs professional work in initiating, planning, organizing and carrying out physical planning and development programs and projects for land use, facility development, access studies, and related work in support of a broad range of aviation activities and programs. Minimum requirements: Graduation from an accredited college or university with a bachelor’s degree in planning, transportation-related engineering, architecture or a related field. A master’s degree is preferable. Two years of increasingly responsible project management or analytical experience that includes providing work oversight of professional and technical staff related to the field of assignment. Comprehensive benefit package, including medical, dental, vision, life insurance, 457 plan and paid leave. To apply or obtain more details, visit www.portofoakland.com. Apply by July 17, 2015.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS MANAGER
Jefferson County, Colo. Opening date: June 24, 2015. Closing date: 6 p.m. July 26, 2015. More than a pay check. Apply now. Seeking a solid professional with proven leadership and Part 139 airport management and/or maintenance experience who is seeking more than a paycheck. Seeking someone with proven experience in the Part 139 airport management and/or maintenance area. Under general supervision, responsible for planning, organizing, directing and managing airport operations, and maintenance programs in the administration and operation of airport facilities, fleet equipment, and grounds. Manages activities to ensure and enforce compliance with federal, state, and local regulations. Position requires knowledge of airport and aviation regulations, establishes and maintains working relationships with subordinates and key stakeholders, and communicates effectively verbally and in writing. Provides the opportunity to work for a county that’s strives on hard work and overcoming challenges. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7266883.
ASSISTANT AIRPORT POLICE CHIEF
Los Angeles World Airports. Exempt from civil service. All appointments are contingent upon approval of exemption from civil service and confirmation by the mayor and city council. As one of three assistant airport police chiefs, duties may include, but are not limited to, the following: Assists the airport police chief in developing policy and procedures; reviews and evaluates reports regarding terrorism and counter-terrorism techniques and makes recommendations to the airport police chief; recommends personnel for employment, retention, promotion and demotion. Interested candidates should complete a city application available online at http://per.lacity.org/Application.pdf. The city application and a resume with contact information of five work-related references should be submitted to Jeanine Jenkins, Senior Personnel Analyst, Los Angeles World Airports-HR Services, 7301 World Way West, 5th Floor, Los Angeles, CA 90045, direct line: 424-646-7140, main line: 424-646-5900, fax: 424-646-9399, email: email@example.com. Filing deadline: 3 p.m. July 16, 2015. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7267277.
Short Elliott Hendrickson Inc. is seeking an individual who wants to be part of a team that provides exceptional service to its clients, and has an immediate full-time opportunity for a graduate engineer within its airport planning and design practice center located in St. Paul, Minn. Responsibilities for this position include supporting members of the airport design engineering team, providing analysis and design of airport projects. Design responsibilities will include layout, grading, plan and profile, and details. May serve as a field engineer during construction of various projects. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7269624.
PROFESSIONAL AIRPORT ENGINEER
Short Elliott Hendrickson Inc. As a licensed Professional Engineer, functions as a project engineer and will be responsible for the design of small- to medium-sized projects or portions of large-sized projects. Serves on project teams as a capable and efficient engineer, often making decisions under the general direction of senior Professional Engineers. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7269711.
SITE OPERATIONS MANAGER
Covenant Aviation Security (CAS) has potential openings for security managers in St. Louis, Atlanta, Washington, D.C., and Dulles, Va. 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/7270740.
ASSISTANT AIRPORT BUILDING MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR
Kent County/Gerald R. Ford International Airport. Assists in planning and supervising the daily maintenance and repair of building features, fixtures, HVAC and electrical systems, access control devices and other airport facilities through a combination of airport staff and contractors. Supervises and participates in preventive and emergency maintenance, as well as inspect facilities and systems to ensure compliance with FAA specifications, construction codes ordinances, and safety codes. Responsible for receiving and classifying work orders by level or urgency. Monitors inventory control system and coordinates MSDS documentation. Work schedule is Friday through Monday, 6 a.m.-4:30 p.m. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7270964.
AIRSPACE AND NOISE PLANNER II
The aviation department is seeking to fill a highly technical airspace and noise planner II. Responsible for conducting airspace evaluations and identifying potential community impacts. Administers the systems that support the airspace noise planning services program, including existing airport noise and monitoring systems, the Exelis Environmental and Public Vue Systems, the Geographic Information System, the iALP, and community noise monitors. Responsible for data collection, analysis and reporting of noise trends, and implementing quality control measures to ensure accurate recording of related data. Also integrates noise metrics with land use data and current noise contours to provide forecasts of potential noise impacts on surrounding neighborhoods. Analyzes comparative studies of aircraft noise as they relate to the propagation of sound energy, flight patterns and aircraft types. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7259974.
AIRSPACE AND NOISE PROGRAM MANAGER
The aviation department is seeking to fill an airspace and noise program manager. Responsible for the department's airspace and noise planning services program, will lead the airspace and noise management team, and will administer related airspace and noise consulting contracts. Responsibilities include providing advanced analysis and reporting, reviewing airspace evaluations, administering and interpreting data from various technical systems, including existing airport noise and monitoring systems, the Exelis Environmental and Public Vue Systems, the Geographic Information System, and the iALP System. Also manages data collection, analysis, and reporting of noise trends and necessary follow-up actions. Additional responsibilities include functions related to obstruction analysis, 7460 airspace reviews, and One Engine Inoperable surface evaluations. Engages the FAA on airspace matters affecting the region, actively participates on various trade association technical committees, and manages the department's extensive airspace and noise community engagement and outreach functions. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7259981.
COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT MANAGER II
Responsible for community engagement and will serve as a technical liaison between the city of Phoenix airport system and communities throughout the region. Focuses on public outreach related to airspace and noise issues with neighborhoods, homeowners' associations and interested community groups. Coordinates activities with the department's public relations division on all noise-related matters, including the noise website and community presentations, and coordinates periodic community meetings with outside agencies. Also assists the airspace and noise program manager with participation on industry association committees, as well as tracking, analyzing, and responding to legislation and other regulatory actions that may adversely impact Phoenix airspace and neighborhoods. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7259994.
DEPUTY AVIATION DIRECTOR - PLANNING AIRSPACE/NOISE AND ENVIRONMENTAL
Responsible for managing, directing and integrating planning programs, airspace and noise management, and environmental services to the aviation department’s facilities, infrastructure, and surrounding community. The responsibilities are broad in scope, requiring strategic and forward thinking, and in alignment with the aviation department’s strategic plan. Plays a leadership role in developing strategic partnerships with other aviation divisions, other city departments, external organizations, regulatory agencies, and local communities. There are 22 positions in the division and the annual operating budget is estimated at approximately $2 million with another $2 million in capital environmental projects. Reports to an assistant aviation director. More details available online at https://www.phoenix.gov/employment.
San Francisco. RS&H provides fully integrated architecture, engineering, and consulting services to help clients realize their most complex facility and infrastructure projects for land, air, and space. The firm is consistently ranked among the nation’s top 100 design firms and has worked in over 50 countries across the globe. With a tradition that began in 1941, RS&H is an employee-owned firm committed to bringing extraordinary solutions to its clients through the promise of imagination, ingenuity and innovation. Currently seeking an experienced project architect/project manager for its aviation practice in its San Francisco office. Aviation practice specialty is airport building design (airport terminals, etc.) with projects reaching hundreds of millions of dollars in construction spread across the U.S. and abroad. The ideal candidate will be self-motivated and a team player who can lead, develop and deliver projects of varying sizes and complexity, initiate and maintain client contact, assisting the preparation of responses to responses to requests for proposals and participate in interviews for prospective projects. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7260059.
Wilmington, N.C. Top-level management position responsible for directing the general finance and accounting functions, including accounting services and capital planning. Duties include supervising a staff of three in the areas of accounts receivable/payables and payroll; analyzing financial data preparing monthly and annual financial statements; and maintaining internal audit control and cash management systems. Minimum requirements: bachelor’s degree in accounting or finance, and a minimum of five years in airport or government accounting environment. Must be a Certified Public Accountant or be able to complete certification within one year. AAAE Certification preferred. Salary based on experience plus excellent benefits. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7263387.
OPERATIONS TECHNICAL TRAINING MANAGER
Under the general direction of the vice president of operations, focuses on the leadership and development activities within the operations department, including development and maintenance of a culture for organizational learning, continuous learning, knowledge management, and dynamic and evolving training solutions. Identifies critical areas for improvement under CFR 139 and conducts needs analyses. Develops high-quality training and development curriculums for all levels of operations, evaluates competencies, ensures that actions are taken to advance the development of staff, and works closely with the Human Resources team to develop plans to support success-planning activities. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7264075.
ASSISTANT AIRPORTS PROPERTIES MANAGER
Salary range:$54,104 annually. Department: Airports/Properties. Location: Palm Beach International Airport (PBIA), Building 846,WPB Hours: 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Friday. Valid Florida driver’s license and PBC Risk Management Department driving history approval prior to appointment. Requires successful completion of TSA Criminal History Records check and security threat assessment prior to appointment and the ability to maintain these clearances as a condition of employment. Develops and prepares contracts, leases, concessions, permits and other documents for the county’s four airports. Assists in the management of airport properties and concessions and in the implementation of the department’s disadvantaged business enterprise program. Works closely with and maintains effective working relationships with airport tenants and coordinates with county departments to ensure contract compliance. Performs research of industry standards for operations. The Palm Beach County Board of County Commissioners provides an excellent benefits package, including medical, dental and life insurance, as well as vacation and sick leave, tuition reimbursement and participation in the Florida Retirement System. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7264471.
Mead & Hunt, Inc., a nationally recognized architectural and engineering firm, is seeking a civil engineer for its aviation team in Denver. Responsibilities include design and construction administration of airport projects; preparing reports, cost estimates, specifications, plans, schedules, studies, permits; assisting with client contact and communication pertaining to specific projects; and serving as an on-site project representative during construction. Some travel will be required. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7264670.
DIRECTOR OF AIRPORTS
Shreveport (La.) Airport Authority. The director of airports is the chief operating officer of the authority overseeing both SHV and DTN airports. Operated by a staff of 68 employees, the Authority has a current operating budget of $22 million and a capital budget of $3.5 million dollars. Enplanements in 2014 were over 300,000. The ideal candidate will have a bachelor’s or advanced degree in airport administration, business administration, public administration or related field; managerial and/or supervisory experience as an airport director, or as an assistant director in a mid-sized or large-city hub airport; or any combination of education, training and experience which provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform the essential functions of the job. At least five years of progressively responsible senior management experience at a public, commercial service airport. AAAE accreditation a plus. For brochure information/submission requirements, see "Current Searches" tab at www.adkexecutivesearch.com. Position closes July 14, 2015.
AIRPORT EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT COORDINATOR
General Mitchell International Airport. Ensures airport compliance with all FAA regulations and advisory documents governing emergency response (FAR Part 139 and applicable FAA Advisory Circulars); administers the airport emergency plan; develops and maintains written plans and procedures governing emergency response; coordinates activities of airport personnel to ensure readiness and preparedness of key first responder personnel; manages NIMS, NRP and incident command training programs for airport personnel; plans, designs, manages and executes table-top and field exercises to ensure compliance with federal regulations, to test the airport's emergency response readiness, and to ensure personnel are trained to acceptable standards; serves as point of contact and liaison for all matters related to emergency management; responds to airport emergencies; assumes various emergency roles, including, but not limited to, EOC commander, operations, logistics and/or planning section chief in accordance with the airport emergency plan; develops and maintains the GMIA continuity of operations plan. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7258759.
Oversees the day-to-day operation of engineering programs in all phases of project development, including planning, design, estimating, preparing specifications, field surveying, construction inspection, contract administration, operations and maintenance. Hires, trains, motivates and evaluates the staff, and solves personnel problems. Develops and manages city and departmental engineering operational procedures. May prepare a yearly operational budget for city or department, and submits it to the engineer executive for review. Provides professional engineering advice for technical problems throughout various sections within city/department engineering. Coordinates with key individuals in city, state and federal agencies to ensure that governmental guidelines and controls for municipal engineering projects are met. Ensures city projects are planned, designed, constructed and operated in accordance with city standard specifications and sound engineering practices, and completed within allotted budgets and time schedules. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7258877.
AVIATION AND TRANSIT DIRECTOR
The City of Billings, Mont., is seeking an aviation and transit director to oversee the Billings Logan International Airport and the MET Transit System. The department has 110 full-time employees and a combined annual budget of $25 million. Candidates must have an advanced education equivalent to a master’s degree or specialized certification; 10 or more years of combined education and experience, or equivalent; experience with city government and extensive knowledge of city airport and transit operations and the aviation industry is preferred; and strong interpersonal skills are required. Salary: $90,300-$94,795 annually plus excellent benefits. The application and supporting documents can be submitted online at www.ci.billings.mt.us or to City of Billings, Human Resources, 210 N. 27th Street, Billings, MT 59101. Pre-employment drug testing and a Federal fingerprint based criminal history check are required. EOE. Applications must be received by 5 p.m. July 17, 2015. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7259471.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS TECHNICIAN I
Minot (N.D.) International Airport is accepting applications for four open positions of airport operations technician I. This position is skilled work in monitoring airport operations, maintaining airport facilities/grounds, runways, taxiways, aircraft parking aprons, and associated equipment to meet airport certification requirements. Must be available to work a flexible shift schedule seven days a week, 24 hours a day. Possession of a valid North Dakota Class B driver's license, with air brake endorsement or the ability to obtain one within six months of employment. Pass pre-employment fingerprint-based background check and maintain federally mandated security clearance required to work at an airport. Applications are available on the city website at www.minotnd.org. Minot, N.D., is an exciting place to work with a new terminal building, apron, and parking lot in construction among other capital projects. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7243901.
DIRECTOR OF AVIATION
The director of aviation shall manage Bellingham International Airport in such a way that promotes public service, is fiscally responsible, encourages new business, and ensures the safe and efficient movement of people and freight. Must successfully pass a Criminal History Records Check (CHRC). For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7254377.
DIRECTOR OF ACCOUNTING
The finance division at Denver International Airport (DEN) is seeking a director of accounting. This is a rare opportunity to have direct impact on key services in the international aviation community. DEN is more than a world class airfield; it's a complex enterprise that generates over $800 million in annual revenues from a wide variety of sources. The finance division performs a diverse array of financial functions for this highly complex organization. Broadly, the director of accounting's responsibility will be to manage the accounting department that is responsible for administering revenue and expenses. This is an integral part of both the finance division and the airport, in it the director of accounting will lead a team of accounting professional in daily accounting operations including revenue, expenditures, general ledger, and capital assets. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7249966.
ASSOCIATION DIRECTION OF MAJOR CAPITAL PROJECTS
A high-impact role for a results-oriented professional who leads by example. The Greater Toronto Airport Authority (GTAA) manages, operates and maintains Toronto Pearson International Airport – Canada’s largest and busiest airport. Since taking over this mandate from Transport Canada in 1996, the GTAA has made some significant improvements at Pearson, from the addition of a state-of-the-art baggage system and a world-class de-icing facility, to many other new airport innovations. This dynamic environment provides fertile ground for a seasoned, visionary and results-oriented project manager to grow an already successful career and make his or her mark as associate director of major capital projects. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7249021.
City of Santa Fe, N.M. Directs the daily operations of the airport in compliance with FAA regulations, TSA regulations, city of Santa Fe rules/regulations and ordinances and etc. See full job description details at www.santafenm.gov/job_opportunities. Point of contact - Jon Bulthuis, Department Director, (505) 955-2006 Period to apply - 06/16/2015 to 09/16/2015 (NLT 5:00 p.m.)
VICE PRESIDENT, ENGINEERING AND ENVIRONMENTAL AFFAIRS
Sarasota Manatee 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/7249548.
Jviation has a great opportunity for a full-time airport planner in its Denver, Colorado, office. Job requirements: minimum five to seven years of professional experience as an airport planner. Successfully prepared airport master plans, including forecasts, airfield capacity, facility requirements and implementation programs. Demonstrated familiarity with: FAA advisory circulars, in particular AC 150/5300-13A and 150/5070-6B and FAA planning procedures, grants, and SOPs. Familiarity with MS products, CAD, Adobe Illustrator and GIS platforms. Public speaking/interaction experience desirable. Works well in a small office/group environment - important. Strong client references as an airport planner.
COMMERCIAL ADVISORY PROFESSIONAL - AVIATION, U.S.
Plays a leading role in the development of programs that create, support and enhance non-aeronautical airport revenues. The person best suited for this position will have experience specializing in innovative in-terminal food, beverage, retail and advertising concessions, developing industry leading rental car business programs, and planning for commercial real estate development in an airport environment, including public-private partnership structures. Develops and expands client relationships by delivering excellent value, consistent and dependable service, and high quality consulting. Monitors and manages business development opportunities, structures and drafts proposals, including written materials, pricing and presentations. Provides deep technical leadership on complex projects. Supports LeighFisher initiatives (e.g., succession planning, industry focus pieces/publications). Requires willingness to travel at least 30 percent. Submit cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information on LeighFisher, visit company website at http://www.leighfisher.com.
AVIATION FACILITIES SPECIAL PROJECTS MANAGER
The City of Phoenix Aviation Department is seeking a results-oriented professional to serve as the aviation facilities special projects administrator in the facilities and services (F&S) division at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport. Reports to the deputy aviation director – facilities and services and will be responsible for managing aviation superintendents and supervisors involved with the management of aviation department facilities, services and related infrastructure. Assumes the duties of the deputy director in the deputy director’s absence. Directly manages two professional and supervisory staff responsible for overseeing approximately 130 supervisory, administrative and field employees. The facilities and services division is comprised of a total of 384 full-time employees, and has an operating budget of $90 million annually. Additional information can be found online when applying. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7243332.
SENIOR AVIATION ECONOMIST/FINANCIAL PLANNER
RS&H provides fully integrated architecture, engineering and consulting services to help clients realize their most complex facility and infrastructure projects for land, air and space. The firm is consistently ranked among the nation’s top 100 design firms and has worked in over 50 countries across the globe. With a tradition that began in 1941, RS&H is an employee-owned firm committed to bringing extraordinary solutions to its clients through the promise of imagination. the firm is currently seeking a senior aviation economist/financial planner. Responsible for airport economic and financial analysis associated with airport master planning, facility planning and design projects. In addition, provides financial planning, capital program development, financial feasibility, rates and charges analyses, passenger facility charges and grant program development. This position may be located in any of the following cities: Los Angeles, Houston; Denver; Jacksonville, Fla.; or Chicago. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7244556.
AVIATION CIVIL ENGINEER III
Reynolds, Smith and Hills, Inc., Los Angeles. Requires 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. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7244636.
PUBLIC SAFETY OFFICER I
Nestled among world famous thoroughbred horse farms, Lexington's Blue Grass Airport welcomes travelers with lush green vistas providing the gateway to Kentucky's rich history and equine tradition. Blue Grass Airport continuously updates amenities and facilities to provide passengers with the most modern and convenient services possible. Due to recent promotions we are looking for a public safety officer to join its team. Blue Grass Airport safety officers perform all duties related to airport safety and security, including, but not limited to, aircraft rescue fire fighting, general law enforcement and emergency medical services on airport property. This position is customer-service oriented and communicates and assists all airport stakeholders on a daily basis. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7244955.
ASSISTANT AIRPORT PUBLIC SAFETY/SECURITY MANAGER (AMENDED)
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/7240725.
DIRECTOR, GOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS AND GRANTS
Lee County Port Authority. This senior management position is responsible for identifying funding sources and initiating, developing and coordinating all aspects of grant funding for capital improvement projects for Southwest Florida International Airport and Page Field in Fort Myers, Florida. This work involves preparing grant applications, presentations and justifications for federal and state agency coordination and record/data compliance throughout the project life cycle. Primary liaison with all federal and state governmental offices on all airport issues, including the U.S. Congress, Florida House and Senate, Florida Governor’s Office, as well as FAA, TSA, FDOT. Serving as the expert advisor on all legislative matters, work includes: forming key relationships with federal, state legislative and regulatory entities; advising departments on federal and state regulatory compliance related to airport operations and expansion; and oversees the administration of the Disadvantaged Business Enterprise and Airport Concession Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Programs to ensure compliance with federal regulations. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7240776.
Birmingham (Ala.) Airport Authority. Under the guidance of the director of operations and planning, responsible for managing the safety and security functions of the operations department. Requires planning, organizing, monitoring, supervising and problem solving to ensure that the department operates efficiently with coverage 24/7. Additionally, experience demonstrating the ability to manage 15 or more subordinates is an essential job responsibility. For additional information, visit
MANAGER, AIRPORT CERTIFICATION AND SAFETY
Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. The aviation department is seeking a manager of airport certification and safety at JFK Airport. Reports directly to the manager, operational and regulatory support. Provides quality control and assesses the airport's implementation of a vast array of Part 139 requirements, interfaces with FAA and other airports to identify best safety practices, assists the airport to implement SMS and its risk-based model, and serves as a technical resource and expert for the airport's certification and safety program. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7233947.
AVIATION CIVIL ENGINEER III
Reynolds, Smith and Hills, Inc. Seeking aviation civil engineer for the aviation practice in its Los Angeles, Calif., office. Must have experience as a professional engineering discipline lead on conventional projects and may service as a project manager on small to moderate scope multi-discipline 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. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7228493.
DIRECTOR - AIRPORT SERVICES
Plans, directs and manages the operations and property of North Texas Regional Airport to ensure compliance with all federal regulations. Responsible for planning and developing marketing communications, producing advertising and programs to promote the potential business opportunities of the airport. Reports to the Grayson County Regional Mobility Authority (GCRMA). Essential duties/responsibilities include: coordinating daily operations by interacting with airport tenants, FAA, TxDOT Aviation and other governmental agencies and community representatives; anticipating airport growth and developing strategies to render required services; developing, implementing and administering operating budgets and financial reporting; negotiating airport property and land leases; developing/submitting grant requests and administering grant programs; coordinating and supervising construction projects; planning/implementing on-going marketing program; maintaining communication with GCRMA Board and county commissioner's court; formulating/recommending policy or procedural changes to include interpretation and implementation. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7228814.
Brownsville, Texas. Must have knowledge of TSA regulations, FAR Part 107 and FAA AIP grant process. The purpose of the class is to manage and maintain Brownsville Airport and to direct all airport functions. Responsible for developing airport policies, negotiating with airline companies, and establishing the airport budget. The class researches and formulates long-range goals for the organization; develops policy and position papers for city management and/or elected officials. Directs, coordinates and supervises the operation, maintenance and security of Brownsville Airport grounds and improvements in accordance with the policies and directives of the city, state, Federal Aviation Administration and TSA. Serves as staff liaison for the Brownsville Airport Advisory Board. Visit https://cob.applicantpro.com/jobs/232276.html.
AIRPORT EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
This position is employed under the terms of a contract with the Rapid City Regional Airport Board of Directors and directs the overall operation of Rapid City Regional Airport and serves as a member of mayor’s staff, assisting in addressing air-service issues. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7221768.
AVIATION OPERATIONS SPECIAL PROJECTS ADMINISTRATOR
The City of Phoenix Aviation Department is seeking a results-oriented professional to serve as the aviation operations special projects administrator in the operations division at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport. Reports to the deputy aviation director of operations and will be responsible for the terminal operations program and oversight of all international and domestic common-use gates and related facilities. Also oversees numerous projects to achieve division goals and objectives, provides operational oversight of all technology systems and equipment utilized by the operations division, and the implementation and performance of numerous division contracts. Directly manages four professional and supervisory staff and 25 additional frontline terminal operations staff. Additional duties described in online application. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7222741.
DEPUTY AIRPORT DIRECTOR – OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
Bishop International Airport Authority, Flint, Mich. This top-level management position reports directly to the airport director. Plans, organizes and directs the day-to-day activities of all maintenance, operations and public safety functions for the airport. Coordinates related activities with key airport stakeholders. Applicants must have knowledge of airport and aviation regulations, establish and maintain working relationships with subordinates and key stakeholders, and communicate effectively verbally and in writing. Requirements: B.S. degree in aviation or related field and seven years of aviation experience at a commercial service airport. Must be an A.A.E. or have ability to complete in one year. Send letter of application and resume to Airport Director, Bishop International Airport Authority, G3425 W. Bristol Rd., Flint, MI 48507. Salary range $80,000-$110,000 with excellent benefits. Job description at www.bishopairport.org. Closes June 26.
AIRSIDE OPERATIONS DUTY MANAGER II
The San Diego Airport Authority is proud of its team members, has a high-performing culture and challenges team members through innovations...team members work fast, value each other and have fun along the way. Selected individual ensures the efficiency and safety of airside and landside facilities, including support systems are maintained and functioning properly; confirms activities comply with rules and regulations; administers programs and projects; manages airport customer service issues and requests; performs other related duties as assigned. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7208026.
Under general supervision, conducts and assists with aviation planning analysis on terminal area studies, site development plans, preliminary engineering/design, master plans, airport layout plan development, provides support on NEPA compliance, airport and regional land use plans and other aviation-specific technical assignments, affecting Tucson International Airport and Ryan Airfield. A bachelor’s degree in urban or regional planning, aviation management, engineering, or related field; a minimum of three years of professional experience, including GIS skills and utilization, program development and management, project management and involvement in public forums. Any equivalent combination of experience and training that provides the desired knowledge, skills and abilities will be considered. $44,720-$60,008 (DOE), open until filled. No relocation. Send to TAA, 7005 S Plumer, Tucson, AZ 85756, or apply at www.flytucson.com. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7216486.
DIRECTOR OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
Greater Asheville (N.C.) Regional Airport Authority (GARAA). Responsible for the development, planning, implementation and administration of the information technology, telecommunications, physical and cyber security and shared use networks and programs for the Greater Asheville Regional Airport Authority. Ensures the network and system infrastructure, servers, firewalls, routers, switches and components are accurate and efficient pertaining to network usage, security and government regulations. Serves as member of senior management team and assists in short- and long-range planning of IT items within projects, as well as providing financial data. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7216688.
ASSISTANT AIRPORT MANAGER
Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport. The city of Fort Lauderdale is seeking dynamic and goal-driven employees. Employees who are motivated to take on today's greatest challenges and rewards in the field of local public service. Employees who are passionate about making a difference and achieving the city's mission: We Build Community, in a fast-paced organization that operates by vision, strategy, and action. Would you fit in? Apply now. The assistant airport manager is responsible for administrative and managerial work assisting in planning, directing and coordinating the administration, operation, maintenance and planning and development of FXE and Industrial Airpark, the Downtown Helistop, the Noise Compatibility Program and the Foreign-Trade Zone. This position supports the day-to-day operational and administrative details of the airport, including promoting, developing and operating the airport in a manner that encourages economic development while minimizing potential negative impacts on area residents and ensuring the city is operating the airport in compliance with FAA regulations. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7205086.