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AIRSIDE OPERATIONS DUTY OFFICER
This is technical work performing airfield, terminal and grounds inspections to help enforce compliance with Federal safety regulations and airport/airport system rules, policies, procedures, leases and agreements. This work requires general knowledge of the aviation rules and regulations. Contacts require courtesy, tact, skills in understanding and influencing people, and effectiveness in dealing with others. The work is performed following clearly defined regulations, policies and procedures, and involves a variety of situations, requiring the frequent use of judgement in search of solutions. The work is performed in an airport environment. Operates computers and other standard office equipment. The work is performed under limited supervision subject to regulations, policies and procedures.
Cedar City, UT Regional Airport is seeking an Airport Operations position. This position is under general supervision, performs a variety of technical, general operations maintenance and surveillance duties in maintaining the Cedar City Regional Airport and other related responsibilities. This is a full-time position. For additional information visit our website at www.cedarcity.org.
DIRECTOR OF MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET
KL2 Connects LLC has been retained by VIA Metropolitan Transit (San Antonio TX) to recruit the agency’s next Director of Management and Budget. Reporting to VIA’s CFO, the winning candidate will report on the agency’s financial status; manage/administer grants; and direct the preparation of the agency’s operating and capital budgets and strategic business plan. He/she will track performance metrics; conduct financial analyses; manage special projects; and work with departments to analyze strategies. This position requires a Bachelor's in Finance or a related field, 5 years of budget/accounting; knowledge of Generally Accepted (and Governmental) Accounting Principles; familiarity with legislation; and knowledge of public budgeting. Transportation industry experience preferred. This opportunity offers attractive compensation and equal opportunity. VIA values diversity at all levels of its workforce. Go to https://jobs.kl2connects.com, select the listing, and upload a letter, resume, salary history, and references. If you have questions Jeff Popovich at firstname.lastname@example.org.
PROJECT MANAGER FOR AVIATION ENGINEERING AND PLANNING
Gale Associates, Inc., a well-respected national engineering/planning firm celebrating over 50 years in the engineering/planning industry and rated one of Zweig White’s “Best Firms to Work For”, seeks an established Civil Engineer/Project Manager for airport engineering projects to join our Aviation Group located in Bedford, NH.
OPERATIONS DUTY MANAGER
Under the supervision of the Operations and Maintenance Manager, the Duty Manager is responsible for ensuring that each facet of the operation performs as intended, that the operation is staffed sufficiently with appropriately trained personnel - Supervisors, Coordinators, Controllers, Security and Utility Agents - and that employees are provided with proper training, tools, uniforms and other resources needed to carry out their duties. Related administrative tasks and other assigned duties are also performed. The position requires the exercise of discretion and independent judgment, as well as a creative approach to formulating responses and making recommendations regarding changes in company policy and/or procedures, as required. Operations are dynamic and situations may require immediate attention. This position has high exposure to the public and requires a professional approach and demeanor under all conditions. It also requires a genuine willingness to assist persons with a wide range of requests and needs.
Under the supervision of the Operations Manager, the Operations Supervisor oversees, schedules and coordinates the efficient operation and use of the facilities and ramp towers. Related administrative tasks and other assigned duties are also performed.
SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM SPEC
Assist in delivering critical Safety Management Systems (SMS) policies, practices and key performance indicators in accordance with Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) requirements, Advisory Circulars (ACs) and Orders for Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. Will help track incidents and near accidents as well as investigate hazards and analyze trends to develop safety programs that mitigate risk.
General Description: Under direction of Security Management, provides day-to-day oversight of Airport Security programs and Airport compliance with all required TSA rules and regulations.
Garver is seeking an Aviation Planner to support our growing Aviation team. The location for this position is flexible but is posted in North Little Rock, AR and Dallas, TX. This position will work with Garver's Aviation Planning team and will be responsible for completing technical planning elements and their supporting documents for Part 139 airports as well as general aviation facilities. Planning elements may include, but are not limited to, forecasting, capacity analysis, facility requirements, alternatives development and CIP planning for master plan projects and other planning studies. Airfield planning will be a major focus of the position, but responsibilities will also include elements of landside access, ground transportation, vehicle parking, cargo, and support areas planning. System planning elements are also included in the list of possible planning assignments.
ASSISTANT VICE PRESIDENT, RISK MANAGEMENT - MNAA
The Metropolitan Nashville Airport Authority (MNAA) is seeking an Assistant Vice President, Risk Management who will be responsible for responsible for identifying MNAA’s exposure to liability or financial loss that may result from claims arising from bodily injury, property damage, Director and Officer actions and all other types of insured and uninsured claims.The successful candidate will have a Bachelor's Degree in business, management, finance, or a related field and a minimum of seven (7) years in insurance or risk management role for a private or public sector entity, which includes a working knowledge of insurance claims, safety management and loss control.Filing Deadline: January 11, 2019
BUSINESS MANAGER - FT. LAUDERDALE/HOLLYWOOD INT'L AIRPORT-FLORIDA
The Broward County Aviation Department which operates the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport and North Perry Airport is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Business Manager. The Aviation Finance Division Business Manager will oversee the coordination, preparation, and submission of the annual capital budget and five-year plan which includes financial oversight of approximately 180 capital projects that total $2.3 billion divided among three Aviation Capital Funds. Responsibilities also include analysis of all project expenditures to ensure compliance with internal controls, generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) and with Federal and State Grant Programs. The Business Manager also oversees a staff of four Finance professionals. The Business Manager is the primary financial contact for the FAA, FDOT and the TSA on financial matters related to grants and PFC's. Additionally, the Business Manager represents the Finance Division as needed. The successful candidate must have excellent accounting, analytical, and reconciliation skills.
ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF AVIATION
Port of Oakland ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF AVIATION OAKLAND, CA SALARY: $15,217 - $18,847 per month The Port of Oakland is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Assistant Director of Aviation. The Assistant Director of Aviation supports the long and short range planning by forecasting for aviation needs and formulating recommendations for major expansion programs and airport system capital improvements. The Assistant Director will oversee the Aviation Properties, Marketing, and Parking & Ground Transportation Departments and will also serve as liaison to the Port’s Finance Department concerning the Aviation Division’s annual fiscal year budget development and related matters.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS SUPERVISOR
Supervise staff and oversight of the Airport Operations and Security department. The primary mission is compliance with and implementation of Federal Aviation Regulation (FAR) Part 139 – Certification of Airports, the Airport Certification Manual (ACM), and Transportation Security Administration (TSA) Regulation Part 1542.
AIRPORT SECURITY COORDINATOR E18
ANNUAL SALARY: $62,899.20 - $76,024.00 CLOSING DATE: 01/03/2019 11:59 PM POSITION SUMMARY: Direct, manage, supervise and coordinate airport security and the security access control functions for the Aviation Department; oversee the operation of the Airport Security Program (ASP); coordinate security requirements with appropriate Federal, State and local agencies including airline and airport tenants; monitor and evaluate the workplace to ensure compliance with the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) regulations and the Airport Security Plan; develop and implement security training for all airport employees; and provide highly responsible and complex staff assistance to the Associate Director of Aviation Operations and Planning. REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in aviation administration, criminal justice, emergency management, business administration or a related field, plus seven (7) years of airport security operations experience at a medium or large hub airport, to include four (4) years of direct supervisory experience.
ASSISTANT CITY ATTORNEY III - NEW ORLEANS AVIATION BOARD
The Assistant City Attorney III assigned to the New Orleans Aviation Board (“NOAB”) provides legal assistance to the General Counsel and Deputy Director of Legal Affairs and offers guidance to executive staff and airport departments on questions that arise relating to the Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport. This position reports directly to the NOAB General Counsel. Responsibilities: Offer guidance on a broad range of complex legal issues impacting the airport including but not limited to: Advising on issues concerning NOAB operations, FAA regulations, and other legal issues unique to airports. Coordinate all legal issues with the Airport’s Procurement Department including bids, RFPs and RFQs. Provide legal advice regarding security issues, including TSA airside regulations/AOA issues •employment law •Monitor and advise on insurance covered litigation •Address issues concerning Public Records and TSA-Classified Sensitive Security Information •Research issues and provide summary briefs. Perform other legal tasks,as assigned
AIRPORT OPERATIONS OFFICER
This position works under and reports to the Airport Operations Supervisor and performs various duties at the airport as directed by operational requirements. Follows established guidelines and procedures to ensure the safe and efficient operation of the airport and the surrounding airport facilities. *Maintains airport safety under FAR part 139 and reporting any discrepancies. *Updates and maintain all required records on the computer based Airport Operations Daily Log. *Upon Qualifying for USDA Wildlife Hazardous Management Training Program, perform wildlife mitigation services on an airport operating areas. *Perform airport security inspections and video monitoring under requirements of TSR1542. *Respond to any unauthorized entry of persons or vehicles on the ramps and AOA. Update and maintain work orders to ensure airfield conditions, vehicle discrepancies, and facility repairs are reported and completed. *Perform tasks during Winter Operations, file NOTAM's, Airfield Self Inspections, and update airfield condition reports.
CAPITAL PROJECT MANAGER III
PURPOSE: Lead and manage complex airfield capital construction projects of varying size and scope, independently or as part of larger capital construction projects, at Sea-Tac International Airport working with multiple internal and external stakeholders and governmental agencies. Applications will be reviewed regularly, and interviews may be conducted while accepting applications. The Port of Seattle is an Equal Opportunity Employer, Affirmative Action Employer and is committed to diversity in the workplace. Minorities, women, veterans and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
VICE-PRESIDENT OF HUMAN RESOURCES
The Reno-Tahoe Airport Authority (RTAA) is seeking an experienced Human Resources leader to serve as the Vice-President of Human Resources (HR). The Vice-President of HR is a strategic and transformational partner in the on-going success and future growth of the RTAA. Reporting to the RTAA's Executive Vice-President/Chief Operating Officer, the Vice-President of HR is a key member of the senior leadership team. This position exercises considerable judgment in managing a comprehensive HR program, which includes talent acquisition and management, employee development, employee/labor relations, compensation, benefits and wellness, HRIS/analytics, and performance management. In addition, the position provides expert professional assistance and guidance to management on all human resources related matters. The nature of the position requires the ability to establish, maintain and foster effective working relationships; and the ability to analyze problems, project consequences, identify alternatives, and implement timely and effective solutions in support of RTAA's strategic goals, objectives and initiatives.
DEPUTY POLICE CHIEF
As Deputy Chief of Police for the Airports Authority, you manage a police bureau with the goal of developing and administering programs and activities to ensure the safety and security of the airport community. This is a sworn position. Works under the general supervision of the Chief of Police. Serves in the Police Department in the Office of Public Safety and oversees staff at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA), Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD), Police Headquarters, and the Dulles Toll Road. Manages a police bureau, with accountability for its operations and personnel. Integrates the work of subordinate units to produce results and achieve objectives through a unified organizational effort. Performs related functions.
SENIOR MANAGER, OPERATIONS
Position Overview: The Senior Manager of Operations is responsible for the management and development of the day-to-day operational staff and all other operational functions (airside, landside terminal, safety and security) at Terminal 4. This role works closely with the Vice President of Operations and requires a high degree of initiative, sound judgment, operational excellence, and leadership. FLSA Status: Exempt
The City of Philadelphia, Department of Commerce, Division of Aviation seeks qualified Applicants to provide comprehensive professional Airport Planning consulting services for the Philadelphia International Airport and Northeast Philadelphia Airport.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR
RESPONSIBILITIES: Enforces airport ordinances and FAA regulations applicable to airport users, tenants, contractors and the public. Coordinates the building maintenance and housekeeping staff and activities at Dayton International Airport, Dayton Wright Brothers Airport and the Dayton Heliport on a 24-hour, 7-day per week basis. Assists the Operations/Maintenance Coordinator in the development of specifications and bid appraisal process for building maintenance services and equipment to ensure maximum necessary service at the lowest cost. Supervises the runway checks, airfield signage, terminal cleaning, general repair, staff services, heating and air conditioning equipment and structural problems that may arise.
CWA OPERATIONS & MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN II
Operation and Maintenance Technician II’s are primarily responsible for ensuring the airport’s day to day regulatory compliance of all applicable federal, state, and local requirements; the overall maintenance of the airfield, buildings, and fleet; and delivering exceptional customer service. The following duties are normal for this position. Other duties may be required and assigned. -Provide exceptional customer service to all stakeholders -Ensure regulatory compliance through regular review, update and adherence of various documents and manuals -Perform airport custodial services including cleaning floors, windows and restrooms, emptying wastebaskets, and ensuring the clean appearance of the passenger terminal building -Conduct security inspections and patrols as specified in the Airport Security Plan, Security Directives, or airport security protocols -Conduct non-movement area snow removal; operate snow blowers, powered brooms, plow trucks, and shovels to effectively and safely remove snow and ice -Perform landside mowing; operate riding mowers, push mowers, and various trimmers
CONSTRUCTION ADMINISTRATOR/ASSISTANT PROJECT MANAGER
Responsible for assisting Project Manager in coordinating the activities of the Mobile Airport Authority’s construction projects to ensure cost, schedule, document control and quality standards are met. Prepare and assist with pre-installation meetings. Assist PM in the development of the overall project schedule and work to obtain all necessary permits upon request. Possess the ability to review drawings and specifications to become completely familiar with the project and identify long lead times and critical path items. Complete sub evaluations/comparisons of bids, scope review, and complete buyout as requested by PM. Develop a project submittal log and obtain designer’s approval. Manage said submittal log and ensure all submittals are processed promptly. Ensure contracts, insurance, and bonds are current and received before subcontractor performs any work on site. Work collaboratively with outside parties (i.e. the design team, etc.) to accomplish client goals. Complete other applicable duties as assigned by PM.
AIRPORT SAFETY OFFICER IV
Contra Costa County Public Works Department is accepting applications to fill an Airport Safety Officer IV (ASO IV) vacancy for Buchanan Airport. The ASO IV, under general supervision, performs full range of daily airport operations, maintenance, security and safety work activities in a county airport. This class is responsible for organizing daily work activities and providing lead direction to subordinates engaged in aircraft crash, fire suppression, rescue responses, inspection, maintenance, and aviation security of airport facilities; provides training to subordinate staff; and performs related work as required. ASO IV receives direction from the Assistant Director of Airports. Ideal candidate will have a proven track record of: Experience resolving aircraft accidents/incidents, excellent verbal and written communication skills & effective teamwork skills. Characteristics of ideal candidate: strong leadership & problem solving skills, excellent interpersonal skills, ability to understand and implement Public Works-Airports Division vision, positive attitude and strong work ethic.
AIRPORT SECURITY COMPLIANCE ANALYST
Provides support to the San Antonio International Airport - Security Division by ensuring that the airport remains in compliance with all security requirements regulated by the Transportation Security Administration (TSA), all Security Directives, the Airport Security Program, and Airport Rules and Regulations. Provides guidance to airport tenants and users regarding security issues. Conducts security inspections of airport property to assess compliance of minimum standards pursuance to local, state, and federal regulations. Performs regular security inspections of tenant facilities, terminals, and airport grounds to ensure compliance. Files/maintains the monthly documentation of compliance inspections. Reviews all security-related functions. Conducts multiple security assessments, audits, and security tests. Assists with processing security violations. Responds to requests for information from TSA, federal/local law enforcement agencies and airport stakeholders. Maintains/updates the Airport Security Program or other security related documents. Coordinates, conducts and participates in security outreach training programs. Attends construction and other airport sponsored/tenant meetings.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS DUTY MANAGER
Opening Date: December 7, 2018 Closing Date: December 29, 2018 Please Note: All job announcements close at 11:59 p.m. of the day before the posted closing date. As an Airport Operations Duty Manager, you will perform critical airport management functions to ensure the safe, efficient, and secure operation of the entire airport complex. Serves in the Airport Operations Department at either Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA) or Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD). Performs airport management functions with responsibility for the safe, efficient, and secure operation of the entire airport complex. Maintains constant awareness of changing conditions, activities, and requirements affecting Airport operations. Maximizes safety and security with minimal disruption to Airport operations. Reacts and responds to incidents, events, problems, and complaints in a professional manner and takes appropriate actions. Performs related functions.
AIRPORT DUTY GENERAL MANAGER - COMMERCIAL SERVICES
Reporting to the General Manager. The position will be responsible for overseeing all aspects of commercial operations, including Properties and Commercial Development, Airport Concessions, Parking and Cargo Programs. The commercial development organization is the primary driver of the department’s revenue, which includes fixed rentals, activity-based revenue (such as public parking), and cost recovery agreements with airlines. This position will lead negotiations and relationships with our airport partners to significantly improve our airports’ standing among world class airports while ensuring that the department achieves its revenue objectives. Through the strategic execution of lease agreements, the candidate will be responsible for ensuring that all agreements contain key performance indicators, service level agreements, and reflect a governance structure that ensures an optimal, integrated operating model for our airport.
AIRPORT ENGINEER, SENIOR
Provides project management and high level technical expertise in the Electrical Engineering discipline area of Planning & Development (P&D) organization within Department of Aviation (DOA). This position is well grounded in all engineering principles and is skilled in the technical requirements of electrical engineering design and construction projects. This position manages and organizes resources to accomplish specific task assignments in the areas of project and facility management, design and design management, and construction management. This is a highly experienced professional who routinely exercises project leadership over complex projects, trains other professionals, or serves as a specialized subject matter expert.
MANAGER, AIRPORT SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
The Manager, Safety Management System is an integral component of the Metropolitan Airports Commission's (MAC) focus on safety for our system of airports and, specifically, for the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport to ensure compliance and promote a safe environment. This position develops and maintains the Airport Safety Management System (SMS) program consistent with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) proposed rule for MAC, airport tenants and stakeholders and guides and directs the planning, implementation and operation of the SMS. To apply please visit our website: https://metroairports.org Applications will be accepted until 3:00 p.m. on Friday, December 28, 2018.
MANAGER OF DESIGN AND ARCHITECTURE
Manager of Design and Architecture is to perform project management responsibilities on small projects, multiple task orders, and/or on an assigned segment of a larger project, including but not limited to the coordination of the design, procurement, and construction activities for the New Orleans Aviation Board (NOAB). Including program planning, budgeting, design, contract pro¬curement, fiscal administration, construction management and quality assurance as it relates to architectural projects. Responsible for administration and technical supervision of capital projects and for participating in the determination of departmental policies and planning. Prepares the capital budget, the expenditure of capital funds and the approval of construction plans and designs as it relates to vertical construction and architecturally designed projects. The Manager of Design and Architecture manages, plans, and coordinates, with the Aviation Board, all activities of the project to ensure that goals and/or objectives of projects are accomplished within the project time frame and budget.
AIRPORT SECURITY COORDINATOR
Under direct supervision of the Deputy Airport Director, this position is responsible for ensuring compliance with all TSA regulations and maintaining the airport credentialing system and issuing airport identification media including processing applications, performing background checks, training applicants and printing identifications badges. Additional responsibilities include maintaining the Airport Security Plan, serving as the primary Airport Security Coordinator, coordinating daily operations with TSA and screening contractors, serving as the primary contact for the regional Transportation Security Inspector, and primary liaison and contract manager for the airport security and law enforcement contractor. Additionally, the incumbent is responsible for inspecting vehicles and challenging persons entering the SIDA area. Incumbent will provide escorts for personnel and vehicles on the AOA and movement area; enforce AOA, SIDA, and security rules; and conduct security patrols on the AOA. Incumbent will perform all other duties as assigned.
MANAGER OF CONSTRUCTION AND ENGINEERING
Manager of Construction and Engineering is to perform project management responsibilities on small projects, multiple task orders, and/or on an assigned segment of a larger project, including but not limited to the coordination of the design, procurement, and construction activities for the New Orleans Aviation Board (NOAB). Activities include program planning, budgeting, design, contract procurement, fiscal administration, construction management and quality assurance. Responsible for the administration and technical supervision of capital projects and includes making decisions on the preparation of the capital budget, the expenditure of capital funds as well as the approval of construction plans and designs as it relates to vertical construction and architecturally designed projects. The Manager of Construction and Engineering will manage, plan, and coordinate, with the New Orleans Aviation Board, all activities of the project to ensure that goals and/or objectives of projects are accomplished within the project time frame and budget.
Performs daily airfield inspections; removes debris from runway; changes light bulbs on navigational equipment and airfield lighting; coordinates the removal of wildlife from airport; ensures compliance with FAA safety rules and regulations; responds to airport emergencies; directs appropriate emergency response; develops emergency procedures; oversees all airfield construction; coordinates activities with on-site consultant inspection personnel; coordinates and attends pre-bid and pre-construction meetings; develops and implements the five year FAA Capital Improvement Plan; develops and implements airport policies and procedures; manages airport maintenance activities; serves as liaison with outside counsel for airport-related legal matters; updates City Council and administrators concerning legal concerns; trains tenants, employees and contractors concerning airport gate access procedures and ground vehicle operation policies; manages private hangar lease operations; conducts hangar inspections; issues letters of default for non-payment; coordinates lease agreements; directs the maintenance of airport vehicle and equipment; develops marketing strategies; performs related duties.
Purpose: The Project Analyst will provide critical data to support various project teams. Research and analysis functions may include budget tracking and financial forecasting. The Project Analyst helps maintain project controls and administrative services processes and procedures for Massport and ensures their execution on all projects. The Project Analyst will also be expected to perform other functions, including but not limited to cost control, schedule control, change review, contract, and process adherence for multiple various scale projects. Please apply: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/massport
AIRPORT OPERATIONS COORDINATOR
This position works under general supervision & performs various duties directed by operational requirements. Include/not limited to •Operate airport safety under FAR Part 139 •Qualify as an Aircraft Rescue Fire Fighter (ARFF) & drive and operate specialized ARFF vehicles. •Qualify as a Certified Weather Observer and provide proper augmentation to the Airports Automated Surface Observing System (ASOS). •During periods of snow and ice removal, drive & operate all major airport snow removal equipment. Perform tasks at the Snow Command Desk, file Notices to Airmen (NOTAM’s) and update airfield conditions on computer based programs. •Maintain safety and security standards for all airport construction activities. •Perform wildlife mitigation services on airport operating areas. •Perform airport security inspections & video monitoring under requirements of TSR1542. •Position involves shift work. •Perform other tasks as assigned by the Airport Operations Supervisor. •Maintain acceptable attendance and performance at required training functions.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS OFFICER
The City of Fort Worth Aviation Department has an Airport Operations Officer job available at our Meacham International Airport location. This location operates 24 hours a day and 365 days per year. You must be willing and able to initially work a 3rd shift schedule, working 10 hour days and four days a week. This work shift can include weekends and holidays as needed. You will be responsible for performing duties to ensure airport compliance with local, state, and federal regulations.
DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
The Director of Operations and Maintenance is responsible for planning, organizing, and directing the day-to-day activities of all maintenance, operations, engineering and public safety functions of the Quad City International Airport. Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in Aviation Management, Business Administration or related field and extensive experience in facilities and airport operations management or any equivalent combination of experience and training (minimum 5 years) which provides the knowledge, skills and abilities necessary to perform the work; Accredited Airport Executive (AAE) designation or ability and commitment to obtain this designation within two (2) years of hire. FAA pilot certification is highly desirable. Salary: $90,000 - $120,000. Excellent benefit package, including Defined Benefit Pension program, optional IRS Section 457 deferred compensation retirement program with employer match up to 5%, employer sponsored medical, dental and vision insurance, life insurance and vehicle allowance. For more information and to apply for this position, please visit www.qcairport.com/employment.
AIRPORT DUTY MANAGER
Responsible for operational flow of the San Antonio International Airport and oversight of the Airport Integrated Control Center (AICC). Oversees and manages information that impacts 'day-of' operations for airside, landside, and terminals. Exercises critical thinking to mitigate operational disruptions and/or manage emergencies. Engages in direct communication with AICC staff, Divisional representatives and internal/external stakeholders. Plans, implements, and administers goals, objectives, policies, and procedures for the AICC. Maintains overall situational awareness regarding the airport operation, identifies areas of concern that may impact airport operational flow and ensures interruptions to operations are mitigated as quickly and safely as possible. Acts as the airport's representative in a Unified Command/Incident Commander during emergency response situations. Ensures the airport operates safely and efficiently. Ensures AICC discipline through standard operating procedures. Manages and mitigates irregular operations. Collaborates with Divisional representatives to ensure effective decisions. Ensures accurate and timely information with stakeholders directly or through telecommunicators.
AIRPORT SECURITY SPECIALIST
GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF CLASS: Ensures compliance with Federal regulations pertaining to airport operations and security. Coordinates safety and security activities to include security badging, training, record keeping and access controls monitoring. A solid understanding of computer operations and attention to detail are required while providing a high level of customer service. Work is performed under general direction and is checked for accuracy, quality and the ability to complete work in a timely and cost-effective manner.
The Airport Planner supervises staff and performs duties that require technical expertise in the field of airport/aviation planning, environmental planning and design. An employee in this class works on complex environmental planning projects including the entitlement and clearance processes; works closely with other departments to environmentally clear new projects both on and off the airport campus; helps to develop mitigation and monitoring plans for projects; collects data and develops documents required to satisfy the requirements of the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) and the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) and helps develop strategy, guidelines and analysis for future projects. This position assists in the development of Requests for Proposals, helps develop cooperative agreements, memorandums of understanding or other agreements, represents staff at meetings to facilitate and implement planning projects, coordinates and disseminates information to various departments, agencies, organizations and the public as well as other duties.
DIRECTOR, AIR SERVICE DEVELOPMENT
This is a professional position primarily responsible for developing, promoting and marketing air service to Palm Beach County. Works directly with the Air Carriers/Airline network in an effort to initiate more flights from PBIA, especially to new markets. Prepares, analyses and presents airline data. Formulates and oversees efforts to influence increased air service to PBIA including domestic, charter-international/domestic and scheduled international service. Interfaces with the local business community, airport public relations, community affairs, media and tourism marketing departments to ensure all new carrier services and related information reaches all segments of the public and industry domain. Works closely with the Deputy Director, Airports Finance and Administration, to ensure airport facilities usage charges are reasonable as compared to competitive airports. Determines advertising objectives and develops marketing materials for PBIA in collaboration with the Director of Airport Marketing. Click here for information on PB County and PBIA.
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, AIR TRANSPORTATION AND AEROSPACE CAMPUS
The Executive Director is responsible for setting the strategic vision and operational blueprint with the goal of developing the premiere airport transportation and aerospace campus associated with a university. In order to achieve this goal, the Executive Director will foster and leverage crucial relationships across a diverse group of stakeholders, including; a multitude of strategic external business partners; community stakeholders; and cross-functional University leadership. The Executive Director will spearhead capital investment to advance development, operational stability, and international reputation for education and research at OSU’s Air Transportation and Aerospace Campus. The Executive Director will develop initiatives and implement programs to enhance diversity and inclusion outcomes. The Executive Director will have direct management responsibility for the Director, Airport Operations and their staff, including the staff for the FBO. In addition, the Executive Director will work collaboratively with Director, Center for Aviation Studies, and the leadership team for the College of Engineering.
SR. AIRPORT PLANNER
The Senior Airport Planner supervises and performs duties that require higher level technical expertise in the field of airport/aviation planning, environmental planning and design. An employee in this class manages complex environmental planning projects including the entitlement and clearance processes; works closely with other departments to environmentally clear new projects both on and off the airport campus; develops and reports on mitigation and monitoring plans for projects; collects data and develops documents required to satisfy the requirements of the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) and the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) and helps develop strategy, guidelines and analysis for future projects. This position develops Requests for Proposals and participates in contractor/consultant selection, develops cooperative agreements, memorandums of understanding or other agreements, represents staff at meetings to facilitate and implement planning projects, coordinates and disseminates information to various departments, agencies, organizations and the public as well as other duties.
LAWA seeks a talented, energetic, and a committed individual who will work collaboratively in a results-oriented organization to serve as a Senior Airport Planner. Duties include organizing, supervising, reviewing, and coordinating comprehensive long-range planning and current planning projects, budget and administration, as well as interacting with a variety of public and private entities, such as the City Council, Council Committees, the Board of Airport Commission, Airport Land Use Commission, LAX Area Advisory Committee (LAX AAC) and VNY Citizens Advisory Council (VNY CAC). This position will work closely with major stakeholders including the FAA, community groups, internal LAWA departments and others. Ideal Candidate Have the skills necessary to inspire teamwork and adapt to rapidly changing environments and issues Demonstrate strong leadership abilities and interpersonal skills Possess a passion for and commitment to the airport planning profession Have excellent verbal and written communication skills Have excellent problem-solving skills, coupled with analytical skills to compile and analyze complex data Have strong planning and conceptual skills Be highly collaborative and have an open and adaptive management style Demonstrate and motivate staff to provide high levels of customer service to stakeholders (internal and external) Understanding of applicable laws, rules and regulations governing airport planning policies, environmental planning and/or city/state/federal planning policies Be able to make presentations before the public, government bodies, and other agencies Position Requirements 1. Two years of full-time paid professional experience as an Airport Planner with the City of Los Angeles; or 2. Graduation from an accredited four-year college or university with a major in Aviation Management, Airport Planning, Urban Planning, or related field; and 3. Six years’ progressively responsible experience in planning, airport planning, environmental planning, project management, urban planning, or other related field. License: A valid California Driver’s license is required. To Be Considered Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume by December 31, 2018 to: EnvironmentalProgramsHiring@lawa.org Veronica Rivera 424-646-7856 To learn more about LAWA visit us online at www.lawa.org.
The Iberia Parish Airport Authority is seeking an Executive Director to plan, direct and administer the overall operation of Acadiana Regional Airport and LeMaire Memorial Airport. This position is responsible for a budget of $1.5 million annually and a staff of 7 full-time positions. The Executive Director reports directly to the Iberia Parish Airport Authority. A Bachelor's degree is required in Airport Management, or a closely related field supplemented by five (5) years previous experience and/or training that includes progressively responsible airport management experience at a general aviation airport or commercial service airport. Your cover letter should include: 1. Your management philosophy and the size of comparable airports/facilities and communities you have served. 2. Experience with revenue development that permits airports to grow and flourish. 3. Your experience in implementing both aeronautical and non-aeronautical related airport development. 4. Your experience working with an appointed airport commission, or similar public body.
Acadiana Regional Airport is a Part 139 General Aviation airport. The ideal candidate will possess experience as an Airport Manager, Assistant Airport Manager, or Airport Operations Supervisor at a Part 139 airport; experience managing employees; experience in budgeting and management; or any equivalent combination of education, training, and experience which provides the requisite knowledge, skills, and abilities for this job. Must possess and maintain a valid Louisiana driver's license, background check, and a drug screen. Interested candidates can apply by sending a Cover Letter and Resume no later than Friday, December 28th by 4:30 p.m. (CST) to: Airport Director Position1404 Hangar DriveNew Iberia, Louisiana 70560Or via e-mail at email@example.com NOTES: Salary Information: Dependent Upon Experience and Qualifications Full Job Description Available Upon Request Iberia Parish Government Employment Application Required (Prior to Employment) Equal Opportunity Employer
DIRECTOR, OFFICE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
The Maryland Department of Transportation Maryland Aviation Administration (MDOT MAA) is currently accepting applications for Director, Office of Information Technology (DOT Executive V) at Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI Marshall Airport). The Director of Information Technology is responsible for ensuring that MDOT MAA has in place at all times, the technology resources, infrastructure, technical platforms and multiple long-term IT Master and Strategic Plans required to support all business, operational, life safety, security and public safety programs at both BWI Marshall & Martin State Airports. This position is responsible for the high-level direction, budgeting and strategic planning of numerous and major administration-wide programs. In this capacity the incumbent performs duties commensurate and directly comparable with that of Chief Information Officer's within the MDOT MAA.
Urban Engineers, Inc. is seeking a Civil Engineer to join our Aviation Department in Philadelphia, PA. Voted as a Top Workplace in the Philadelphia region by our employees, we are committed to advancing careers and providing a foundation for professional growth. Urban provides services for airports, buildings, ports, transit, railroads, bridges, and highways. We specialize in engineering design, environmental, planning, construction services, and program management. The ideal candidate will provide planning or civil engineering design for projects that may include airport and airfield design, roadway and highway design, streetscape design, facility design, storm water drainage and storm water management design, and utility design. In addition to design responsibilities, this individual must be able to demonstrate the ability to manage internal junior staff and sub consultants working on projects.
PROPERTIES AND CONCESSIONS COORDINATOR
Specialized professional and administrative work in the areas of aviation lease management, properties management, business development, tenant relations, aviation industry research, program development, contract development and compliance monitoring. Responsible for the airport’s lease management programs and maintaining its database. Also charged with policy development, program development, project management, reporting and making recommendations based upon research findings. Work is performed independently under the general supervision and administrative direction of the Commercial Business Director and requires independent initiative and sound judgment. Keep abreast of new and established concessionaires and other aviation-related businesses to identify and create opportunities for growth at the airport. Regularly interact with corporate leaders and persons of influence to accomplish business objectives. Conduct aviation industry research, recommend courses of action and updates for airport tenant/concessionaire lease agreements. Act as Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Program Liason Officer (DBELO). Perform related work as required.
Urban Engineers, Inc. is seeking a Project Manager to join our Aviation Department in Philadelphia, PA. Voted as a Top Workplace in the Philadelphia region by our employees, we are committed to advancing careers and providing a foundation for professional growth. Urban provides services for airports, buildings, ports, transit, railroads, bridges, and highways. We specialize in engineering design, environmental, planning, construction services, and program management. The ideal candidate will provide planning or civil engineering design for projects that may include airport and airfield design, roadway and highway design, streetscape design, facility design, storm water drainage and storm water management design, and utility design. In addition to design responsibilities, this individual must be able to demonstrate the ability to manage internal junior staff and sub consultants working on projects.
Project Analysts conduct research and provide project support by implementing a variety of research methodologies. Key responsibilities and duties for this position include: •Developing new and implementing existing research methodologies to support project goals •Analyzing and correlating industry and project information •Drafting and reviewing client deliverables which may include policy documents, research findings, financial modeling and analysis, and presentations •Conducting literature searches and preparing literature review to provide an overview of findings •Creating and conducting surveys to support project and client needs •Participating and providing input during project strategy sessions •Coordinating and conducing project meetings and/or site visits •Researching and articulating the implications of industry statistics and trends •Providing support to other team members •Assisting with or performing other project and office duties
PROJECT ANALYST INTERN
Role and Responsibilities The Intern will assist in a variety of research, documentation, and analysis to conduct internal and project related research. The Intern may also be responsible for the following: •Develop and maintain library and archival management systems •Gathering, compiling, and analyzing data and information in a variety of formats •Implement research methodologies and complete assignments to support project goals •Assist with update and maintenance of the Airport Master Databases •Draft and edit documents and presentations •Determine and fulfill project/assignment goals and objectives •Develop charts, graphs, and tables •Assists with formatting, printing, assembly, and distribution of proposals and final project documents •Provide support to other team members
DIRECTOR OF FINANCE & ADMINISTRATION
MAAP is seeking a Finance and Administration professional to help lead one of the fastest growing regional airports in the Midwest. This person will be responsible for accounting, financial, personnel, and administration functions of the Airport Authority for the General Wayne A. Downing Peoria International Airport (PIA) and the Mt. Hawley Airport in Peoria, IL. PIA opened a new award-winning terminal in 2011 and enjoyed four years of consecutive record passenger counts from 2012 through 2015, with a record-setting pace for 2018. The successful candidate will work closely with the Director of Airports and the rest of the Executive team in strategizing financial management, maintaining the excellent fiscal health and bond ratings of the Authority and providing the resources needed to maintain its first class employees, facilities, and service levels. This position directly supervises the Authority Bookkeeper and Secretary/Receptionist. See https://www.flypia.com/employment.php for full position description. Deadline 12/21/18.
Bachelor’s degree in accounting, finance, or related field, and a minimum of 8-10 years of stable, progressively responsible experience in finance and/or accounting is required. The ideal candidate will have a successful track record in either the general private sector or governmental finance related fields. Additional requirements: Thorough knowledge of generally accepted accounting procedures. Thorough knowledge of financial management theory and practice, especially relating to managing public investment portfolios. Thorough knowledge of bookkeeping procedures and ability to lead budget preparation. Thorough knowledge of office and personnel management techniques and procedures. General knowledge of Airport Authority or other public entity administration. General knowledge of inventory record systems. General knowledge of office equipment. General knowledge of federal regulations regarding the Uniform Relocation Assistance and Real Property Acquisition Policies Act of 1970. Ability to supervise others. Ability to write effectively. Ability to operate personal computer with experience in the following programs: Accounting software, word processing, spreadsheet, and graphics.
ASSISTANT CITY MANAGER FOR MOBILITY
A tremendous career opportunity awaits an inclusive, talented, and accomplished candidate to join the City of Austin as their new Assistant City Manager for Mobility, overseeing Public Works, Aviation, Transportation, and Fleet Services. The City of Austin is a progressive, full-service municipal organization operating under the Council-Manager form of government. Supported by a staff of more than 14,000 and a budget of $4.1 billion, the City Manager and staff deliver a broad range of services to the citizens of Austin. Under the general direction of the City Manager and City Council, and in partnership with the Austin community, the Assistant City Manager for Mobility will provide bold and inclusive leadership to advance the assigned outcomes and strategies outlined in the City's Strategic Direction, and direct administrative work relating to the full-range of municipal management issues.
AIRPORTS FACILITIES MANAGER
Performs managerial, technical and administrative work in the maintenance of airport facilities and systems. Assists the Director of Airport Maintenance with all facility maintenance functions. Manages the daily activities of skilled workers performing facility maintenance, repairs/improvements and assists in long-range planning for these activities at public airports in Palm Beach County. Responsible for overseeing the maintenance of airport landside and airside facilities at PBIA and three general aviation airports. Coordinates, directs and inspects the work of carpenters, electricians, painters and other trades personnel; supervises the work of skilled craft workers and service contractors engaged in building maintenance and the maintenance of complex mechanical, electrical and electronic systems. Submit scannable application/resume with any Veteran’s Preference documentation to Palm Beach County Human Resources, 100 Australian Avenue #300, West Palm Beach, Florida 33406 Info 561/616-6888 Fax 561/616-6893. Applications/resumes must include Job ID number, will be accepted until 5:00 p.m. on 11/30/18. EO/AA M/F/D/V
TRAINING PROGRAM COORDINATOR
Professional work in the development and management of training and apprentice programs for department staff. Ensures that the department maintains required certifications and licensing and continually improves the knowledge, competence and skills of its employees. Responsible for the annual budget for and performing analyses of costs associated with training programs including but not limited to books, webinars, computerized programs, textbooks, peripherals and outside consultants. Work is performed under general supervision of the Director of Operations and is reviewed through conferences, reports and results achieved. Submit scannable application/resume with any Veteran’s Preference documentation to Palm Beach County Human Resources, 100 Australian Avenue #300, West Palm Beach, Florida 33406 Info 561/616-6888 Fax 561/616-6893 (No e-mail applications/resumes accepted). Applications/resumes must include Job ID number, and will be accepted no later than 5:00 p.m. on the closing date. EO/AA M/F/D/V (DFWP), Drug Free Work Place.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS - OPERATIONS SAFETY COMPLIANCE COORDINATOR
This position is primarily responsible for planning, coordinating, directing, and performing all the duties and functions in the airport operational safety department which relate to airport operations. Under the direction of the Vice President of Operations, performs professional work to ensure compliance with all Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), State of Tennessee, and all city and county laws, rules and regulations pertaining to the management of the Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport and implementation/management of the Safety Management Systems program. Applications can be downloaded at: https://www.chattairport.com/employment/ and Resumes/Cover Letters can be mailed to: Maurice Songy,Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport Authority,1001 Airport Road, Suite 14, Chattanooga, TN 37421 Or e-mailed to: firstname.lastname@example.org
AVIATION AND PARKING MANAGEMENT DIRECTOR
San Francisco International Airport is offering a career opportunity as Aviation and Parking Management Director. Under direction of Chief Business and Finance Officer, this position is responsible for the management & oversight of property portfolio consisting of approx. 150 tenants. Position will manage staff (19); participate in negotiations; & develop planning strategies. Requires Bachelor’s degree & 6 years of experience in airline operations management or airline property management, in a supervisory capacity, including 4 years of experience providing airline or airport operational services pursuant to one or more contractual agreements and meeting contractual requirements. Master’s degree may be substituted for up to one year of the required experience. Annual salary range is $149,916 to $191,308. Candidates should submit cover letter, comprehensive resume, & 5 professional references to email@example.com no later than Monday, January 14, 2019. Confidential inquiries welcomed to Mr. Heather Renschler at (916) 630-4900. Brochure available www.ralphandersen.com/jobs/aviation-parking-mgmt-dir-sfo/.
DEPUTY DIRECTOR, OPERATIONS & MAINTENANCE (FNT)
The Bishop International Airport Authority is seeking a Deputy Director, Operations & Maintenance to plan, organize, and direct the day-to-day activities of all maintenance, operations, engineering, and public safety functions of the Airport Authority. This position coordinates related activities with all tenants, federal, state, local agencies and other related aviation user groups.The ideal candidate will have a bachelor's degree in airport or aviation administration, business administration, aeronautical or civil engineering or a related field. At least five years of progressive, high-level airport management experience is required. Experience needs to show relevance & knowledge in airport operations (landside & airside), safety, customer service, and facility maintenance/operations. Accredited Airport Executive (AAE) designation is desirable and must be obtained within two-years from date of hire.Posting Deadline: December 7, 2018.