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DIRECTOR, PROCUREMENT AND INVENTORY MANAGEMENT
The Metropolitan Nashville Airport Authority (MNAA) is seeking a Director Procurement and Inventory Management. This position is responsible for acquiring all materials, services, supplies, equipment and provides leadership and direction through management of a comprehensive and coordinated program of procurement, inventory, and materials control activities including purchasing, property control, surplus property, receiving and contract administration for the Authority. The Director is responsible for planning and directing the activities of the Authority’s procurement program to support users and develops policies and procedures to establish and maintain legal compliance, financial accountability, physical control, and effective resource utilization for assigned programs. The successful candidate will have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in a related field, five plus years of relevant experience, and a minimum of two years of supervisory experience.
DIRECTOR, BUSINESS DIVERSITY
The Metropolitan Nashville Airport Authority (MNAA) is seeking a Director, Business Diversity. This position is responsible for the administration of the Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE), Airport Concessions Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (ACDBE) and the Small, Minority, Women owned Business Enterprise (SMWBE) programs for the Authority. The incumbent will serve as liaison between the Authority and the DBE/ACDBE/ SMWBE community and to ensure that Business Diversity is represented in all aspects of the bid process to ensure DBE/ACDBE/SMWBE compliance. This position will have significant interaction with internal and external stakeholders and will represent the Authority in a public facing role. The successful candidate will have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in business or public administration, or a related field. The candidate must also have a minimum of five years of experience with two years of supervisory experience.
AIRPORT PROPERTIES MANAGER
This is responsible administrative and professional work assisting the Airport Director in the day-to-day functioning of the department's properties development. Work is performed under the general direction of the Assistant Airport Director for Finance, but the position requires the application of considerable independent judgment and initiative in carrying out assignments to a successful conclusion. Minimum Qualifications: •Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Bachelor's degree in the appropriate discipline, and •Three (3) years of pertinent experience, one (1) of which must have been in an administrative capacity. •In certain positions, two (2) years of pertinent experience may be substituted for one (1) year of college or college beyond the Bachelor's degree may be substituted for experience on a two to one ratio. For example, a Master's degree in the appropriate field is equivalent to one year of experience.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS OFFICER
Minimum Qualifications: Graduation from an accredited college or university with an Associate's Degree, preferably in aviation management, business administration, or a related field; and Four (4) years of relevant operational experience at a FAR 139 commercial service airport. One (1) year of education from an accredited college or university in a related aviation or business discipline can be substituted for each year of experience lacking. Necessary Special Requirements: Possession of an appropriate driver license for equipment operated and any license, training or certification required by law or regulation to complete assigned tasks. Must satisfy all requirements to acquire and maintain Transportation Security Administration (TSA) security clearance. Must be eligible and acquire Airport Security Coordinator (ASC) designation within six (6) months of appointment.
VICE PRESIDENT, FINANCE
The VP of Finance will provide leadership, oversight, and strategic direction for the Finance, Procurement and Risk Management departments and will be responsible for ensuring the financial integrity of the Airport Authority as well as compliance with all accounting and financial reporting standards. Qualifications and experience should consist of a strong background in accounting and finance. Leadership experience is crucial for this role. It is highly preferred that this individual has experience in the aviation or transportation industry but not mandatory.
AIRPORT DUTY MANAGER
Under general direction, this position oversees the day-to-day operations of the airport, including airfield, terminal, and landside, during an operational shift. Provides supervision and direction to operations staff who are responsible for providing a safe and secure environment for the traveling public, Austin-Bergstrom International Airport (AUS), City of Austin employees, and neighboring communities by recognizing and responding to violations of Local, State, and Federal laws and ordinances.
The County of Volusia is seeking a Business Manager – Working Title: Airport Manager of Administration & Properties for the Airport division. This position is located in Daytona Beach, Florida at the Daytona Beach International Airport and will be responsible for property management/development (property accounting, contract negotiations, contract management, and revenue maximization), tenant relations, finance, administration, and business strategy planning, and implementation activities. Incumbent assigned to this classification is at will and serves at the discretion of the County Manager.
AIRPORT SYSTEMS MAINTENANCE SUPERINTENDENT
AUS has an opportunity for an Airport Duty Manager position in our Operations Divisions. Under limited direction, plans coordinates and directs the installation, maintenance, construction, and repair activities of skilled craft professionals, semi-skilled maintenance personnel, and airport contract employees and crews performing maintenance and repairs to facilities, building, and equipment. Supervises and evaluates routine and complex maintenance and repair work. Plans and coordinate all airport maintenance and repair work on one or more facility systems (e.g., electrical, HVAC, plumbing, life safety, security, baggage conveying, SCADA, carpentry and general maintenance.
OPERATIONS SPECIALIST (LANDSIDE)
The Operations Landside Specialist is responsible for supporting and assisting in enforcing operating rules, regulations, provisions of contracts, ground transportation functions, with emphasis on landside operations. Other responsibilities include monitoring and enforcing procedures that ensure landside safety during construction.
SENIOR OPERATIONS CONTROLLER
This position will provide a centralized communication resource for monitoring and coordinating a variety of airport activities that affect the safe, efficient and secure provision of services to passengers, tenants and customers in compliance with Federal Aviation Regulations.
BUSINESS PERFORMANCE MANAGER - STRATEGY & INNOVATION
Manages and coordinates complex analytical projects or activities that require a high degree of specialized knowledge for the data analytics and aviation industry. Conducts research, provides data, makes recommendations, and implements solutions to achieve project goals and objectives. Develops regular reports on organization and market performance, forecasts, and other statistical reports. Conducts complex statistical analysis using R or Excel (advanced level). Works with Internal/external IT partners in the development and deployment of Performance Management dashboards. Leads and manages business process improvement projects. Manages and coordinates projects and activities between various divisions, City departments, public agencies, and/or private sector representatives. Seeks and evaluates information from a variety of sources; provides specialized reports as requested. Serves as department representative at conferences and meetings. Prepares and delivers presentations. Coordinates and prepares reports and correspondence in response to requests for information. Suggests and implements management solutions to address new or ongoing problems.
INTERN PROGRAM AT RSW and FMY
LCPA offers: Airport Operations and Management, Emergency Management and General Aviation Airport/FBO Operations & Management (FMY) Internships generally last 10 to 12 weeks, beginning in May, with a pay of $11.50 per hour. Those selected for LCPA internships must be prepared to meet high-performance standards and write a comprehensive paper about their experience. Students must be in an airport/aviation management program, operations or closely related field and attending an accredited college/university. Intern must be a full-time student at a credit level of sophomore or above and pursuing a career in airport/aviation management, operations, planning or a closely related field. Students must submit a college-graded paper, which was written within the previous six months of the application date. Resume must include student’s goals and objectives. Applications with resume and graded paper are due by Nov. 30, 2021.
AIRPORT BUSINESS TECHNICIAN
Are you seeking more than a paycheck? Do you want to serve your community in a way that's friendly, composed, and professional? At JeffCo, we are looking for customer-focused individuals just like YOU who take pride in their work, have an eye for detail, and believe in a positive attitude. Whether you are coming from a job where travel is mandatory, or leaving a company with an overwhelming schedule, you can find a better quality of life working with the JeffCo community. We offer exciting benefits such as flex time, generous holiday schedules, and regular business hours so you can stay put, spend more time with family, and enjoy all the amenities Jefferson County has to offer! If you are looking for a great opportunity for your career to take off, then this position welcomes you to work for a County that thrives on working collaboratively and overcoming challenges. We are seeking someone who has a strong work-ethic, is a self-starter, loves what they do and is motivated to share their knowledge and experience with those who they work with.
Jackson Hole Airport Board is seeking candidates for an Airport Operations Officer. This position is a part of the Operations team and will perform all Airport Operations duties, including safety and security inspections of the airfield, runways and terminal facilities, providing escorts and monitoring in secured areas and responding to calls for service both inside and outside. Must be able to assess situations quickly and objectively and determine the proper course of action within established rules and regulations while representing the Airport in a professional, positive manner. This position will be trained in and expected to perform duties as an Aircraft Rescue Fire Fighter (ARFF).
The Auburn-Lewiston Municipal Airport is seeking a qualified individual for the position of Airport Manager. Said candidate will provide leadership and day-to-day oversight of operations. The ideal candidate should have a desire to help build airport related community and economic development opportunities. Duties: (not all inclusive) Direct airport operations and maintenance. Develops and manages budgets and expenses, prepares financial reports. Has the ability to negotiate terms, contracts and agreements with contractors and lessees. Grant Management. Knowledge of Strategic Planning. Possess Human Resources and personnel training. Government/FAA relations. Knowledge of NOTAM's. Implement and interpret Federal, State and local regulations. Market the airport to potential clients, to include corporate and private aircraft. Increase aircraft population, rentals, etc.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS SUPERVISOR
Performs various duties at Tweed-New Haven Airport as dictated by operational requirements including but not limited: Perform airfield inspections and maintain records of all aeronautical areas including pavement, markings, lighting, safety areas, wildlife mitigation, construction, emergency equipment, and fueling practices. Responsible for snow removal operation and aircraft rescue and fire fighting on assigned shifts. Maintain and record aircraft activities during the assigned shift. Represent Airport Management in routine operational matters. Coordinate construction and maintenance activities on or near the facility to ensure airport safety standards and maintain operational status. Maintain airport security standards of FAR Part 1542 and the Airport Security Plan. Assist the Airport Operations Manager in training and development of the operations staff. Responsible for individual assigned duties and special projects. Responsible for the safe and efficient operation of Airport Terminal Building Complex. Assist in professionally answering the noise complaint phone calls, involving citizen complaints and compiling data.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS COORDINATOR I/II
Coordinator I: Performs various duties at Tweed-New Haven Airport as dictated by operational requirements, including responding to airport alerts, snow removal, recording of aircraft movements, performing airport and security inspections. Duties include airside inspections, periodic safety and quality control inspections of aviation fuel storage facility and fueling operations, safety and environmental compliance, emergency response, NOTAM management, wildlife management, and communications duties on an as-needed basis. Communications duties include security system monitoring, responding to Operations and Security related issues and other tasks as assigned by the Airport Operations Supervisor and Airport Management. Coordinator II: Includes Coordinator I duties as well as successful completion of Air Rescue and Fire Fighting (ARFF), Advanced Airport Safety Operations Specialists School (ASOS), Basic Airport Winter Operations Specialist School.
Sanford Airport Authority is seeking a Senior Engineer to oversee the planning, design, construction, maintenance and operation of airport facilities, structures and support systems, as well as the planning of airport projects, systems and construction. This position will prepare specifications, designs, plans, estimates, studies, assessments and reports on emerging airport needs, working with the team to proactively manage planning and upkeep of the Airport’s land, facilities, structures, and support systems, items that may include but not be limited to airside runways, taxiways, navigation aides, associated airfield infrastructures, airport communication systems, airport security networks, storm-water systems, roadways, and more. Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering or related field and at 5 years of Airport project construction, administration, or management experience required. P.E. required. C.M. or A.A.E. desirable.
The Metropolitan Airports Commission is seeking a customer-focused, team player to serve as a first point of contact in our Airline Operations and International Facilities Department at the Minneapolis/St. Paul International Airport. This position provides overnight coverage four days a week at our Terminal 2 facility. Come and join a customer-oriented team in a dynamic working environment where no two days are the same. This position provides excellent customer service to our airline and tenant partners while being responsible for the allocation, coordination, and tracking of MAC's common-use terminal assets and related equipment. Answers incoming service calls and responds to other requests for assistance; is the initial point of contact and on-site response for irregular operations and maintenance support; coordinates corrective actions with appropriate parties; frequently communicates and coordinates with internal and external stakeholders; provides a variety of user/tenant services as assigned.
RSW/FMY INTERNSHIP PROGRAM
Airport Operations and Management, Emergency Management and General Aviation Airport/FBO Operations & Management (FMY) Internships last 10-12 weeks, beginning in May, with a pay of $11.50 per hour. Those selected for LCPA internships must be prepared to meet high-performance standards and write a comprehensive paper about their experience. Students must be in an airport/aviation management program, operations or closely related field and attending an accredited college/university. Intern must be a full-time student at a credit level of sophomore or above and pursuing a career in airport/aviation management, operations, planning or a closely related field. Students must submit a college-graded paper, which was written within the previous six months of the application date. Resume must include student’s goals and objectives. Applications with resume and graded paper are due by Nov. 30, 2021.
ASSISTANT VICE PRESIDENT, FINANCE
The Metropolitan Nashville Airport Authority (MNAA) is seeking an Assistant Vice President, Finance. This position is responsible for managing the treasury and accounting functions at MNAA and ensuring compliance with all applicable laws, MNAA board policy directives, and MNAA investment policies. Other responsibilities include ensuring financial statements appropriately present the financial position of the organization, including all required disclosures in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) and specific directives. The successful candidate will have at least a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in a related field, seven plus years of relevant experience, a minimum of 5 years of supervisory experience, and must be a certified public accountant (CPA) or capable of becoming a CPA within the first 24 months of employment.
ASSISTANT DIRECTOR, AUBURN UNIVERSITY AVIATION
Reporting to the Executive Director, Auburn University Aviation, this position assists with the overall management and operation of the Auburn University Regional Airport by providing leadership to customer service, aircraft services, including fixed base operations (FBO), and airport grounds. Directly manages the FBO staff and the airport which encompasses over 100,000 sq. ft., including the terminal building, aircraft hangars, and fuel farm. Responsible for coordinating airport capital projects with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), Bureau of Aeronautics, and AU Facilities Division. Minimum Requirements: Four-year college degree in Aviation, Airport Management, Management, Business or related field. 5 years' demonstrated management success in aviation operations and personnel management, including at least two 2 years of direct supervisory responsibility. Within 24 months of hire - must obtain certification as a Certified Member (C.M.) of the American Association of Airport Executives (AAAE).
AIRPORT DUTY MANAGER
Under general direction of the Sr. Manager, AOC, the Airport Duty Manager will be responsible for maintaining full situational awareness of all facets of airport operations to ensure the safe, efficient, and secure operation of the Cinncinnati/Northern Kentucky Intl. Airport. This incudes implementing incident management processes to ensure effective management of small, medium and large scale incidents. The ADM maintains constant awareness of changing conditions, activities and requirements affecting airport operations, analyzes the impact, and implements the appropriate response protocols as required. This position is an integral part of decision making and crisis management during regular business hours and serves as the ranking staff member on property during off hours. The Airport Executive Team will rely on this person to make decisions and give directions in their absence. These positions require working rotating shifts in a 24X7 operation including nights, weekends, and holidays.
COMPLIANCE SPECIALIST (PROGRAM COORDINATOR)
In this position, you will be the main point of contact for the DBE (Disadvantaged Business Enterprise), ACDBE (Airport Concession Disadvantaged Business Enterprise), Title VI, and ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) programs. You will research and keep up to date with all the newest and/or revised regulations regarding these programs.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS SPECIALIST I
Columbia Metropolitan Airport (CAE) seeking motivated individuals for Operations Specialist I positions. These are entry level positions, under direct supervision, that manages the use of airport facilities in accordance with established policies and procedures. Position assures continuous safety and security compliance with Federal Aviation Regulation (FAR) Parts 77 and 139, Transportation Security Regulation (TSR) Part 1542, in addition to all other applicable statutes, regulations, and requirements. Duties include but are not limited to periodic, daily, and continuous airfield and facilities inspections for unsafe or non-compliant conditions; actively monitoring two-way radio communication amongst airport staff, security access control, CCTV systems, flight operations statuses, weather, work order requests, and local air traffic (ATC) radio communications; issuing airport ID media and providing fingerprinting services; coordinating and monitoring airport construction activities; providing high levels of customer service in responding to questions and inquiries from the public, airport stakeholders, and/or governmental regulatory agencies.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS AGENT
Airport Operations Agent- Assists in monitoring and maintaining safe and efficient airport use and to respond to real or potential emergency situations at the Lubbock Preston Smith International Airport (LPSIA). 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. The position requires completion of a bachelor's degree in aviation management or a related field. TCOLE Telecommunications license preferred or must obtain within one year of employment. Hunter's Education certificate preferred or must obtain within three months of employment. Valid Driver's is also required.
LANDSIDE OPERATIONS DUTY OFFICER
This is technical work performing landside terminal and grounds inspections to help enforce compliance with Federal safety regulations and airport rules, policies, procedures, leases and agreements. Responds to any emergencies in the terminal and landside. This work requires general knowledge of Part 139 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 a commercial service airport environment. Operates computers and other standard office equipment. The work is performed under limited supervision subject to regulations, policies and procedures
CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER
Z3Talent is honored to partner with the Gerald R. Ford Airport, the 2nd busiest airport in Michigan, to identify and hire a Chief Financial Officer. 90 years after the first flight was taken, GRR now employs over 100 people and contributes over $3 billion annually in economic activity to the West Michigan region. The CFO will provide leadership, oversight, and strategic direction for the Finance, Procurement, Technology and Risk Management departments and will be responsible for ensuring the financial integrity of the Airport Authority as well as compliance with all accounting and financial reporting standards.
ASSISTANT VICE PRESIDENT - AIRPORT SECURITY
Dallas Fort Worth International Airport is seeking an Assistant Vice President, Airport Security to perform administrative and technical work in the direction of public safety services in an aviation environment. Formulates policies, standards, and procedures for assigned areas and coordinates the provision of other services. This is a noncommissioned position; however, at the discretion of the Director of Public Safety, it may be filled by a previously commissioned or fire certified individual. Bachelor's degree in homeland security, emergency management, criminal justice, or related field. Seven (7) years of increasingly responsible experience in public safety, such as law enforcement, airport security, emergency management, etc. Five (5) years of management level supervisory experience.
AVIATION CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER
The Broward County Aviation Department is seeking an Aviation Chief Financial Officer to oversee the financial and business aspects of Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (FLL). This position will play a critical team role in developing and implementing short and long-term strategies to maximize revenue, ensure fiscal sustainability, and enhance the customer experience in accordance with the FLL strategic business plan. Requires a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with major coursework in business administration, finance, accounting, or closely related field. Requires six (6) years of executive level supervisory experience leading large complex airport projects in areas of assignment which may include: business, financial/lease management, or budget activities, for a medium or large hub airport.
This position reports to the Vice President of Properties and Business Development and is responsible for responsible for the administration of leases and contracts to ensure compliance with terms and conditions expressed therein while maintaining strong business relationships. Responsible to verify, manage, and approve related items such as pricing, merchandise delivery, store criteria, Airport-provided services, customer service; conduct site inspections and report findings with a corrective action plan; show property and facilities to prospective tenants, and research relevant markets and financial trends to forecast future business activity and assist in developing recommendations.
TERMINAL SERVICES SUPERVISOR
Support the Airport Authority mission, vision, and values statements in all aspects of work. Ensure compliance with FAA and TSA regulations (including but not limited to TSAR 1540 and 1542). Provide direction to Information and Communications Center Agents in the enforcement of rules, regulations, and safety polices/procedures for all tenants in the terminal building and other airport property. Oversee the operations of the Information and Communications Center regarding policies, procedures, and scheduling. Act as the primary trainer for Information and Communications Center Agent new hires. Frequently monitor condition of terminal building and other airport property regarding presentation, cleanliness, sanitation, safety, and efficiency. Act as primary liaison with custodial services personnel. Oversee and conduct airport ID badging and daily access control operations functions and procedures in coordination with Airport Operations Manager and Airport Security Coordinator.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS MANAGER
Manage Airport Operations in the performance of 24/7/365 duties. Ensure Milwaukee County Airports are in compliance with Federal, State, and Local regulations for the safety of aircraft, passengers, airport patrons, employees, and facilities. Essential Duties and Responsibilities: Manage Operations staff of 23 Prepare operating budget; handle personnel issues relative to hiring, training, motivating, evaluation, disciplining, and terminating. Develop policies and procedures to comply with Federal, State, and Local regulations. Develop revisions and amendments to the Airport Certification Manual, Airport Emergency Plan and Airport Snow and Ice Control Plan. Evaluate the effects of various airport construction and repair projects and establish methods and/or procedures to ensure safety of aircraft, Airport patrons, and employees. Respond to Airport emergencies and snow events. Coordinate airfield emergencies with the Incident Commander of Milwaukee County Fire Department and Milwaukee County Sheriff’s Office.
LTE AIRPORT MANAGEMENT INTERN
Dane County Regional Airport (MSN), Madison, WI Currently has two openings for a one year, full-time, professional internship with exposure to airport operations, security, facilities management, and administration. Qualified candidates will be recent graduates of an airport management degree field or equivalent and have the ability to plan, organize, set priorities, and carry out assignments as directed. Aviation related experience and/or operational knowledge and understanding of 14 CFR Part 139, Certification of Airports and applicable FAA Advisory Circulars preferred. Some shift work will be required. Intern is compensated at $20/hour. Must be able to pass a FBI Criminal History Records Check (CHRC). To apply and see all requirements visit: governmentjobs.com/careers/countyofdane MSN is classified as a small-hub airport that accommodates over 2 million passengers annually.
AIRPORTS OPERATIONS OFFICER I
This is your opportunity to become a member of an extraordinary organization and a dynamic team. Under general supervision, the incumbent will perform administrative duties contributing to the efficiency of Airport operations; monitors and inspects the airfield, airport facilities, and personnel to ensure compliance with Federal Aviation Regulations (FAA), Transportation Security Administration (TSA), and airport policies and procedures. In addition, the Airports Operations Officer is responsible for coordinating airport operations to ensure safety and security of the public, tenants and airport staff. An Airports Operations Officer I, after one year of satisfactory experience with the City, and upon recommendation of the supervisor, may be promoted to Airports Operations Officer II
AIRPORTS PROPERTY SPECIALIST II
The City of Fresno is currently recruiting for an Airports Property Specialist II. Under supervision, the incumbent performs specialized work in the administration and analysis of airports property management. Duties include preparing requests for proposals, lease documents, permits, agreements, and contracts within the framework of existing property management policies and procedures; performing research, developing, and making recommendations in changes and additions to policies and procedures as they affect new and existing tenants; and coordinating contact provisions with other departments and City representatives affected by airport leasing activities. Immediate and future vacancies will be filled from this eligible list for a period of six (6) months from the date the eligible list is created, with the option of extending that period at the City's discretion. If the examination process is suspended for this recruitment, the eligible list may be limited to three (3) months.
Want to be a part of something bigger than yourself? To contribute to a team making moves on a global scale? The phenomenal team works daily to connect people, places and create experiences for the millions of passengers traveling through Southern California’s Ontario International Airport (ONT). ONT is looking for people who think outside of the box, who get excited about the possibilities, and who want to continue paving the way for the fastest growing airport in the U.S. In this exciting and challenging role, the employee will perform analytical and technical administrative duties in the evaluation, development, and administration of the Ontario International Airport Authority (OIAA). Reporting to the Commercial Manager, the Management Analyst will be responsible for performing analytical studies, contract management, account reconciliation, contractual and operational audits, recurring reporting and productivity studies for the Commercial Department.
SENIOR AIRPORT PROPERTIES SPECIALIST - NON-AVIATION
In this position, you will assist in the day-to-day operations for the non-aviation-related leases, contracts, development, and enforce compliance. In addition, you will work with the attorney’s office to prepare agreements, amendments, licenses, permits, etc., and act as a subject matter resource. You will take part in complex tasks that require considerable judgment, independent analysis, and decision-making.
SENIOR AIRPORT PROPERTIES SPECIALIST - AVIATION
In this position, you will assist in the day-to-day operations for the aviation-related leases, contracts, development, and enforce compliance. In addition, you will work with the attorney’s office to prepare agreements, amendments, licenses, permits, etc., and act as a subject matter resource. You will take part in complex tasks that require considerable judgment, independent analysis, and decision-making.
AIRSIDE OPERATIONS TECHNICIAN
Charlotte County Airport Authority (CCAA) is currently accepting applications for the full-time, non-exempt position of Airside Operations Technician at Punta Gorda Airport (PGD). SUMMARY: Under the direction and guidance of the Airside Operations Manager and Supervisor, the Airside Operations Technician is responsible for coordinating the day-to-day operations of the Airport to ensure compliance with Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and Transportation Security Administration (TSA) regulations pertaining to airport operations. This role provides a dynamic environment that requires an Airside Operations Technician to be quickly adaptable, have timely communication, and provide professional engagements to coworkers and customers. At Punta Gorda Airport (PGD) the major role of an Airside Operations Technician is to Inspect, Detect, and Report.
AIRSIDE OPERATIONS MANAGER
This position manages the personnel and programs to comply with Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and other federal, state, and city regulations required to operate Charlotte Douglas International Airport (CLT), ensuring compliance with 14 Code of Federal Regulations Part 139 and serving as the primary contact for the regional FAA Airport Certification Safety Inspector . He/she manages and directs the work of the 24/7/365 Airside Operations Section consisting of 57 aviation employees, 200 contract employees and manages an annual operating budget of $5 million. He/she occupies a significant role in the organization ensuring the safety of persons and property at the Airport. Under emergency conditions the individual will react quickly, and calmly to protect persons, property, and ensure compliance. Requires effective skills to lead and motivate a diverse staff , exercises considerable independent judgement and initiative, and maintains effective working relationships with stakeholders and the public.
AVP, DESIGN & CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT
Dallas Fort Worth International Airport is seeking an Assistant Vice President, Design & Construction Management to plan, organize, supervise, and administer the design and construction of facilities and infrastructure in fulfillment of Airport capital programs. The incumbent supervises directly or indirectly through subordinate section heads, ensuring management systems provide the required control to accomplish the successful execution of all design and construction related activities for the Airport’s capital programs. Work involves extensive contacts and coordination with Airport Board staff, consultants, contractors, and community interests. Bachelor’s degree in architecture, engineering, construction management/science or related field. Seven (7) years of progressively responsible experience in the planning, design and/or construction of major facilities or infrastructure capital projects. Three (3) years of progressively responsible management experience.
PUBLIC SECTOR ACCOUNTING SOFTWARE CONSULTANT
GCR seeks a Public Sector Accounting Software Consultant with functional experience in at least two of the following business areas: General Ledger, Accounts Receivable, Cash Management (CM), or Accounts Payable (AP). As an Accounting Software Consultant, you are primarily responsible for capturing, analyzing and estimating customer business requirements and translating them into solution that fit within the customer’s business environment, GCR product functionality, and business objectives. You will lead complex functional/process analysis and facilitate workshops with senior customer resources and subject matter experts. Capture and understand client’s business requirements and specific system, application, or process designs. You will also be in involved in the bid process in mapping the client requirements to the base product functionality to determine the product’s fit. Lead the complex functional analysis and review the solution overview, functional designs, technical designs, configuration within the project.
AIRPORT SAFETY & SECURITY COORDINATOR
The City of Idaho Falls is accepting applications for a Safety and Security Coordinator. This position assists the Airport Director in the operational and administrative management of the Airport in order to maintain a safe, secure and efficient facility that complies with Federal, State and local regulations and special assignments and projects as directed. Is an active part of the management team. Primarily performs a variety of first-line supervisory, management and administrative duties related to Airport security compliance, Access Control Systems, TSA/Governmental Relations and airfield safety operations. Ensures Airport compliance with TSA regulations 1542 and 1544 within the approved Airport Security Plan (ASP) and acts as the primary TSA security inspector contact as the Assistant Airport Security Coordinator (AASC). Assists the Assistant Director in maintaining compliance with FAA Part 139.
PROJECT MANAGER - AVIATION
Project Manager Aviation Aviation-related civil design, planning, construction support, and client management services for General Aviation and Commercial Air Service Airports Direct, and monitor all aspects of multi-discipline projects involving design of airport engineering projects including runways, taxiways, aprons, vehicle service roads, lighting and signage installation, drainage improvements, and utility relocation. Develop staff, provide leadership and an environment which encourages teamwork, initiative and growth. Marketing/business development including ability to market and win work. Develop strategy, prepare proposals, negotiate contracts, and execute projects. Control overall project cost and scope, schedule, and quality of work. Project QA/QC and work with Finance & Accounting, Controller, Department Manager, or Managing Principles for project reviews. Preparation of engineering design reports, project definition documents, construction plans, and contract documents / technical specifications Coordination with clients, funding agencies, FAA and local BA/BS 6 years of related experience or demonstrated equivalency of experience and/or education PE license
AIRPORT CONCESSIONS MANAGER - BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT
This position reports to the Assistant Director of Concessions and performs a variety of functions related to the Airport’s concessions management and business development programs, financial and economic business planning, development, lease management, and may supervise professional and support staff. Supervision Received Normally receives guidance regarding overall mission, short-term and mid-term objectives, scheduling, unusual priorities, etc. but is free to set work methods, timetables, performance standards, etc.
COMPLIANCE SPECIALIST - AIRPORT CONCESSIONS
Conducts quality assurance inspections and reviews of concession operations and practices to assure compliance with applicable City, FDA, health department, state, and federal regulations and with lease agreement terms with the Airport. Investigates complaints. Reviews operating reports, advertising materials, signage, and other materials to assure compliance with agreements. Supervision Received Performs work under general supervision of the Airport Concessions Manager and Director.
Leading the McMahon-Wrinkle Airpark team by managing the daily operations with a key emphasis on operating a public use airport on behalf of the City of Big Spring and ensuring the safety and security of the flying public. Responsible for developing and implementing key business development initiatives and marketing strategies that are aligned with the airpark’s business goals.
DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS
Plans, organizes, schedules, coordinates, and directs the day-to-day operations of a non-hub airport including airfield operations, emergency response, building maintenance, and security. Oversees complex construction projects. Develops policies, procedures, and manuals. Forecasts operational needs and develops budgets. Supervises and trains staff. Develops and maintains a safe, secure, and efficient environment for airport users and tenants. Develops and maintains effective working relationships with airport tenants, public officials, other governmental agency representatives, airport staff, and the general public.
FINANCIAL ANALYST/SENIOR FINANCIAL ANALYST
In this role you will perform highly technical analytical, finance, and accounting work in support of the RTAA’s general accounting and budgetary system including financial, statistical, budgetary, and operational analysis as well as the preparation and/or review of financial plans, budgets, operations, and organization. You are someone who is able to understand the numbers and then tell the story about them. Whether you produce Board reports or work on the development of the annual budget document, you are painting a vivid and interesting picture of where we’ve been and where we are going. You are undaunted by a specialized industry and the complex system in which we operate. You are computer savvy, a great communicator, a confident professional, and a generous teammate. You can see the big picture but are comfortable with details, accuracy, and in getting the job done with both precision and flair.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS SPECIALIST LEVEL II
The Bloomington Normal Airport Authority is seeking motivated applicants for the position of Airport Operations Specialist II. Airport Operations Specialist II is a fully experienced Airport Specialist/Operations position within a Part 139 airport. Airport Operations Specialists are designed to prepare for future airport managers due to ample experiences and responsibilities with managing and operating a Commercial Service Airport. Responsibilities and training experiences include: Airside, Terminal and Landside operations; daily inspections; coordination of and response to emergency situations; NOTAM management; wildlife management; snow removal operations; serves as a liaison between airport management, tenants and the public; prepares appropriate security badges, serve as the Assistant Airport Security Coordinator; implements/updates the Airport Certification Manual and Airport Security Program.
OPERATIONS AND AIRPORT FACILITIES SPECIALIST
Under the direction of the Director of Operations and Maintenance and the Director of Public Safety and Facilities, the Operations and Airport Facilities Specialist performs liaison work with the FAA, ERAA and Airport Tenants. Inspects Airport Facilities for FAR 139 compliance (Airport Safety Self Inspection). Coordinates snow removal activities, airfield openings and closures. Responds to aircraft emergencies. Performs daily airfield condition inspections and issues Notice to Airmen (NOTAMS) reports. Investigates safety and maintenance complaints regarding the airport operating area (AOA) and enforces ERAA Rules and Regulations as well those issued by state, federal or local authorities. To apply, please send cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than October 22, 2021.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS COORDINATOR
Responsible for coordinating activities in AOA. --Inspects airfield, safety zones, clear zones, approach zones, terminal, perimeter; grounds for compliance with FAA/TSA Regulations, Airport Rules & Regulations, Airport Minimum Standards, leases and agreements. --Responsible for airfield safety to include: identifying, preventing and/or removing all hazards to aviation including FOD, wildlife, AOA incursions, unauthorized vehicle and pedestrian entry and disabled aircraft. --Liaison with ATC, ARFF and all responding agencies during airport emergencies. --Conducts daily and periodic safety and quality control inspections of aviation fuel storage facility. --Monitors and operates security camera and gate systems. --Knowledgeable of FAR's Part 139 and 77, as well as TSR 1542. --Conducts Notice to Airmen (NOTAM) training and issues NOTAMs when appropriate. --Recommends policy changes to correct reoccurring problems. --Performs related work as required.
EXPERIENCED CIVIL ENGINEER - MILITARY AIRFIELDS
Experienced Civil Engineer - Military Airfields —CA, TX, AZ, SC, CO, ND, OR, WA, DC, WI, FL, MD, VA, OH— Mead & Hunt, Inc., a nationally recognized professional services consulting firm has an exciting opportunity available for an experienced civil engineer to join our aviation team. Responsibilities include designing and leading aviation engineering projects related to military airfields; evaluating and analyzing existing projects; preparing reports, budgets, cost estimates, specifications, plans, schedules, studies, and permits; leading proactive client interactions and communications with military clients; performing QA/QC tasks including leading design reviews; serving as the project manager and mentoring project staff; and serving as the onsite project engineer on construction projects. A valid driver’s license and travel will be required.
Corgan Associates, Inc. is actively recruiting an entry-level Terminal Planner to join our growing Aviation Practice in Dallas. The firm is currently working on innovative and challenging projects throughout the U.S. and new opportunities overseas. Our Aviation Practice offers unique opportunities for both personal and professional growth by offering a wide-range of project and team responsibilities. The ideal candidate is a team-oriented, highly-motivated individual seeking progressively more responsible assignments involving airport terminal planning, facility requirements analysis, conceptual design, and systems integration including baggage handling, passenger boarding bridges, aircraft parking layouts, and other related terminal systems. Knowledge of current aviation industry regulations pertaining to airport terminal planning is desired.
EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS & SECURITY SPECIALIST
The Emergency Preparedness and Security Staff Specialist is primarily responsible for compiling regulatory data and implementing changes to the Airport Emergency Plan (AEP), the Airport Security Plan (ASP), associated procedures, and systems with direction from Airport Operations Division management. Duties include but are not limited to: Designing, organizing, and regular reporting of personnel training records which contributes to overall airport response readiness, Serving as a Trusted Agent with focus on in-person and telephonic customer service, Maintaining Airport issued ID badge operations; badged personnel records management; and Access Control System data reporting
PORT MAINTENANCE & CONSTRUCTION SUPERVISOR
The Port of Oakland is recruiting a Port Maintenance and Construction Supervisor to supervise the regular maintenance and minor construction and repair of Airport and Harbor Facilities and infrastructure improvements except for items which are electrical, mechanical or plumbing; and is also responsible for monitoring and maintaining the budget for personal services, materials, equipment, supplies and contractual services. Minimum Requirements: Education: Graduation from high school or its equivalent supplemented by specialized courses in civil engineering, construction trades or related fields. Experience: Three years of progressively responsible supervisory experience in a position equivalent to a Port Maintenance Foreman or similar classification involving construction and/or maintenance and repair related to asphalt, concrete, building maintenance and marine facilities maintenance and/or airport maintenance. Licenses: Must possess a valid California Class B driver's license at the time and for the duration of appointment. Apply at http://www.portofoakland.com/business/job-center. Apply by October 15, 2021.
AIRPORT PROJECT MANAGER
Under administrative direction, the Airport Project Manager oversees the planning, design and construction of a wide variety of projects including but not limited to the construction or maintenance of facilities, structures, roadways, runways, taxiways, harbors and various airport systems. They oversee the design and construction process from conceptualization to completion. This includes oversight of design and construction management consultants, contractors, and coordination with various entities including the inspection team, airport and harbor stakeholders, City of Cleveland officials and regulatory agencies such as the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), the Transportation and Security Administration (TSA) and the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (OEPA).
PUBLIC SAFETY MANAGER
The Duluth Airport Authority is accepting applications for the position of Public Safety Manager. A complete job description is attached. The Duluth Airport Authority is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
COLORADO AIR AND SPACE PORT DIRECTOR
Under general administrative direction of the County Manager, the Air and Space Port Director is responsible for the development, operation, and maintenance of the Colorado Air and Space Port. The individual in this position demonstrates strong leadership skills while working with the public and county staff; develops and administers short and long-term strategic plans; ensures safe, efficient, and operationally sound day-to-day operations; exercises strong customer-relations skill in public/private/contractor interactions; develops and manages by effective metrics, not limited to cost/benefit analysis, ROI, customer feedback, user skill enhancement, workforce planning and engagement, etc.; and utilizes "state-of-the-art" and best practices in developing policies and procedures as well as in the utilization of county staff, equipment, and capital spending.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS COORDINATOR II
Under the general supervision of the Airport Operations and Security Manager and direction of the Airport Operations Supervisors, the Airport Operations Coordinator II is responsible for operation and monitoring of airport security systems, safety, and building control systems, assures continuous safety and security compliance FAR Part 139, Part 77, TSR Part 1542, Airport Certification Manual, Airport Security Program, DMAA Rules and Regulations, and other applicable federal, state, and local statutes regulations and requirements. Provide operational support to the public, airport tenants, and Authority personnel. Operates various computer software applications and performs related work as required. The nature of the work performed requires that an employee in this class interact with other Authority employees, airport tenants, vendors, and the public. Employee must be capable of prioritizing several tasks concurrently.
DEPUTY EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF HUMAN CAPITAL AND EQUITY
Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) is currently seeking a Deputy Executive Director of Human Capital and Equity. This newly created full-time, civil service exempt position reports to the Chief Executive Officer and provides strategic leadership for the Human Capital and Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (JEDI) portfolios for LAWA. In addition, the Deputy Executive Director will serve as the senior-level advisor to executives regarding human resources trends. The Officer in Charge of this engagement is Tim McNamara, Vice Chairman & Partner and Head of Odgers Berndtson’s Transportation & Infrastructure Practice. He will be assisted by Linda Kearschner, Principal and Judy Whitaker, Project Coordinator. For a detailed position brief and instructions on how to apply please visit: https://bit.ly/LAWA_HR
BATTALION CHIEF, ARFF JFK INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
Reporting to the Commanding Deputy Fire Chief, Aircraft Rescue & Fire Firefighting, the candidate selected will exercise day-to-day oversight of distinct, geographically organized ARFF unit functions. Ability to act in a DUTY capacity in order to respond to emergency calls. Supervising day-to-day ARFF functions, developing staff to a high degree of competence, and overseeing the assignment of subordinates. This individual will be expected to serve under Unified Command during emergencies; meet Part 139 ARFF requirements in accordance with Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Airport Certification Standards and other federal, state and local laws; assist in operating the units in an effective and cost-efficient manner; develop strong interagency and private-sector partnerships for the purpose of achieving a maximally efficient aircraft firefighting structure; and command, motivate, inspire, and maintain proper order and discipline among subordinates. To apply go to: Jointheportauthority.com / Job#38985
SENIOR CIVIL SITE ENGINEER
DY Consultants is seeking a Civil Engineer with an expertise in the preparation of grading plans and cross sections for runways, taxiways and aircraft parking aprons. The successful candidate must show an in-depth understanding of the concepts related to grading and must provide examples of previously completed projects, actually completed by themselves. The individual must possess the ability to work within the AutoCADD Civil 3D environment. Previous experience with highway designs and parking lots would be considered. The ideal candidate for this position should possess the ability to work independently and collaboratively with their respective project team members. Key responsibilities will include carrying out basis of design reports, detailed designs (plans and specifications), and preparing reports for airside and landside development projects. In addition to grading of the pavement and the sites, the design projects may also include the following disciplines; pavements, geometry, drainage, utilities and other associated construction items.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS SPECIALIST
Airport Operations Specialist is a dynamic and challenging position. Under the supervision of the Deputy Commissioner of Aviation, they have general oversight of the Airport. An individual assigned to this position has rotating shift responsibility and learns to monitor and control airport use and to respond to real or potential emergency situations. Work follows closely prescribed Federal, State and local laws and regulations, though considerable initiative may be required in unusual situations. Assistance for difficult or unusual situations will be provided by senior airport operations employees. Work is reviewed through training exercises, conferences and analysis of reports. Does related work as required. General knowledge of FAR Part 139 Airports, ARFF Index B Airports, and snow removal procedures suggested. At BGM, the Operations Specialist position is challenging and rewarding that affords new experiences and situations daily. Applications accepted until position is filled.
AIRPORTS DISTRICT MANAGER II (HONOLULU)
The Airports District Manager II is responsible for the operations and maintenance of the Daniel K. Inouye International Airport handling a tremendous volume of local and domestic overseas air traffic; executes established policies and enforces applicable federal and state laws, rules and regulations; and performs other duties as required.
Spokane Airports seeks a dynamic individual for an Airport Operations Specialist. This position is responsible for the daily operations of the airfield. A combination of education and experience will be considered in meeting the requirements of this position. Preference will be shown for a 4 year college degree in aviation or related field with a working knowledge of airport management under Federal Aviation Regulations, Parts 139 and 77, plus related FAA advisory circulars. Successful applicant must possess excellent communication, computer and customer relations skills. Position requires working as a team with other departments, airport tenants and the FAA. This position is considered a career progression position to Airport Duty Manager upon meeting certain performance and qualification requirements. Salary range is $22.53 to $30.42/hour with an excellent benefits package. Position open until filled. To view full job description and to apply, visit our web site at www.spokaneairports.net. EEO/AA/Veteran Employer.
AIRPORT FIREFIGHTER 1
This position is an entry to journey level Airport Firefighter and exists to provide Aircraft Rescue and Firefighting (ARFF) services to the Grand Canyon National Park Airport as required by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). This position provides first responder and firefighting services on any and all emergencies to outlying areas around and near the airport and assists the National Forestry in forest fire emergencies. Emergency situations include: aircraft accidents/incidents; aircraft passenger medical emergencies; motor vehicle accidents; hazardous material (HAZMAT) incidents/spills; mass casualty incidents; search/rescue/extrication missions; wildland fires; and other related suppression needs. This position also provides assistance in airport operations, airport security, airfield maintenance, facilities/housing maintenance, snow removal, weed control and wildlife management, and other airport operational duties as assigned.
AVIATION PROJECT OFFICER
The Aviation Project Officer is a full-time position for the Syracuse Regional Airport Authority which is responsible for planning, coordinating, and inspecting construction projects at Syracuse Hancock International Airport. Reporting to the Director of Planning and Development, an employee in this class is responsible for inspecting and coordinating a variety of design and construction projects in order to maintain or improve the Authority’s facilities and structures.
Provides administrative support to project managers and staff; types and/or drafts project related documents utilizing the Authority’s standard templates; responds to contractor and customer issues and ensures timely corrective action. Proofreads typed and other materials for accuracy, completeness and compliance with Authority and department standards, policies, and procedures; maintains databases and project information in PMWeb; prepares bid packages and corresponding forms. Assists with the preparation and processing of project closeouts; prepares and distributes staff reports, checklists and related information for design and construction phases for Board review. Reviews invoices to ensure for conformance with contract provisions and budget; processes contract payment; schedules and coordinates design meetings, pre-bid conferences, bid openings, pre-construction, safety, and construction progress meetings.
AIRPORT ASSISTANT GENERAL MANAGER
Reports to the Deputy General Manager, directs multiple assigned major airport functions, including strategic asset management, airfield, landside and facility maintenance, contract management, fleet/stockroom management, etc. Responsible for both strategic planning and day-to-day direction of assigned areas; Leads a very large and diverse staff; allocates budgeted resources as needed; establishes processes and procedures; gives appropriate and effective feedback to personnel and programs; holds staff accountable; ensures compliance with enterprise maintenance management systems software Oversees aviation facilities tasks with minimal supervision in efforts to provide safe, clean, well-maintained and sustainable facilities that meet all federally mandated operational and security standards. Provides functional and operational leadership to technical staff who are assigned to implement projects and /or conduct property assessments, develop recommendations for renewal and replacement projects, develop preventative and predictive maintenance programs.
AVIATION MAINTENANCE DIRECTOR
Reports to the Assistant General Manager of Maintenance, directs multiple assigned major airport functions, including strategic asset management, airfield, landside and facility maintenance, contract management, fleet/stockroom management, etc. Responsible for both strategic planning and day-to-day direction of assigned areas; Leads a very large and diverse staff; allocates budgeted resources as needed; establishes processes and procedures; gives appropriate and effective feedback to personnel and programs; holds staff accountable; ensures compliance with enterprise maintenance management systems software Provides functional and operational leadership to technical staff who are assigned to implement projects and /or conduct property assessments, develop recommendations for renewal and replacement projects, develop preventative and predictive maintenance programs.
AIRPORT SECURITY MANAGER
Provides supervision and direction to the staff of the security department. Conducts security audits and reports on status of airport security. May assume responsibility for the department in the absence of the assistant director. Supervision Received Normally receives guidance regarding group objectives, scheduling, unusual priorities, etc. but is free to set work methods and individual assignments. Essential Duties & Responsibilities These are typical responsibilities for this position and should not be construed as exclusive or all inclusive. May perform other duties as assigned. Plans, organizes and directs the daily activities of the security staff. Assigns staff according to daily need. Supervises and evaluates staff and ensures assignments are completed within standards. Counsels staff with regard to individual performance and plans developmental activities as needed. Conducts security audits throughout the airport and reports deficiencies observed. Interacts with federal, state and local agencies concerning security procedures and initiatives.
DIRECTOR, REVENUE GENERATION & PARTNERSHIP DEVELOPMENT
We are searching for an individual with demonstrated leadership, communication and strategic skills as the Director, Revenue Generation & Partnership Development. The selected individual is a strategic partner on concession programs, revenue management activities, growth initiatives, and: Cultivates and executes strategies and measures progress toward goal accomplishment and customer experience objectives involving revenue management programs and not limited to, airport reals estate, concessions, leasing and parking revenue; Responsible for the development and strategies execution; accountable for the generation of target and managing external relationships and delivers against established business targets and requirements; is the expert and provides advise on current on market conditions and consultation on real estate property management and commercial development agreements...
AIRPORT OPERATIONS OFFICER
The Operations Officer is responsible for various duties at the airport as directed by operational requirements, while ensuring safety standards and compliance codes are being upheld. This position also ensures compliance with FAA, DOT, local, state, and federal regulations. Update and maintain all required pertinent records on the computer based Airport Operations Daily Log. Maintains the airport safety and security under FAR Part 139 and reporting any discrepancies to the Airport Operations Supervisor. Qualify as an Aircraft Rescue Fire Fighter (ARFF), drive and operate specialized ARFF vehicles for response to all aircraft alerts and emergencies. Ability to drive and operate all major airport operations vehicles and snow removal equipment during Winter Snow Operations. Perform tasks at the Snow Command Desk, file Notices to Airmen (NOTAM’s), Airfield Self Inspections, and update airfield conditions reports. Upon qualifying in USDA Wildlife Hazardous Management Training Program, perform wildlife mitigation services at the airport.
AIRPORT CERTIFICATION SPECIALIST
Sikorsky Memorial Airport is a growing, Part 139 certificated airport (currently inactive) undergoing a collaborative effort to modernize and better serve Southern Connecticut. We are currently hiring an Airport Certification Specialist (ASC). The primary functions/duties of the position are described below. 1. Inspect airport facilities to ensure compliance with federal, state and local rules and regulations related to airports. 2. Implement operational policies/programs. 3. Maintain accurate records and generate reports. 4. Plan, execute and monitor work assignments. 5. Issue Notice to Airman (NOTAMS) as necessary. 6. Coordinate/participate in the airport certification emergency response. 7. Act as a first responder to airport emergencies. 8. Implement, monitor and enforce airport certification programs. 9. Conduct airport surveys/training of airport tenants and employees. 10. Respond to noise complaints. 11. Perform minor maintenance. Other administrative and management tasks may be assigned as appropriate.
CHIEF DEVELOPMENT OFFICER
The Chief Development Officer (Assistant Aviation Director) is responsible for supervising, coordinating, and overseeing professional level work directing the activities of divisions which provides a broad range of management, contract administration, facilities asset management, and architectural/engineering services in the development and implementation of Capital Improvement Projects (CIP). The incumbent will engage internal and external stakeholders regarding the Department’s strategy, planning, land use, master planning, noise compatibility planning, outreach and related programs, ensure the Aviation Department maintains up-to-date master plans, oversee the budgeting and financing of airport capital projects and federal grant administration and have facility asset management program development and oversight.
Directly responsible for the overall safe and efficient operation of the St. Louis Downtown Airport, a 14 CFR Part 139 certificated large and NPIAS reliever to St. Louis Lambert International Airport. Position shall ensure the Airports compliance with applicable regulations, efficient operation, maintenance, financial stability, and plan and implement immediate and long range planning. The St. Louis Downtown Airport is the 3rd busiest Airport in the State of Illinois, Second busiest general aviation Airport in the St. Louis Metropolitan Area, covers over 1,000 acres with three runways, home to over 25 aviation business including world leading aircraft maintenance and manufacturers, and generates more than 530 million dollars in economic output every year, and over 1.7 million in revenue per year
Mead & Hunt, a nationally recognized, award-winning architectural and engineering firm, is experiencing significant growth in our architecture practice and are seeking to add a full-time architectural designer. Responsibilities include supporting project architects and project teams during all phases of project development; assisting with building surveys, studies, graphics, and reports; providing design input; producing construction drawings, specifications, and cost estimates; and assisting with bidding, construction, and project closeout. Some travel will be required. Mead & Hunt is a collaborative and client-focused company with opportunities for career growth. We support the professional development of our architectural staff by providing AXP and licensure support, including experience-focused tasking and financial support for ARE testing.
The City of Chandler is currently seeking qualified individuals for the position of Airport Manager for the Chandler Municipal Airport. Our next Airport Manager will provide leadership and day today oversight of operations and assist with various development projects in and around the Chandler Municipal Airport. This is a full-time, exempt position with benefits. This posting will be open continuously until filled. First review of applications will be September 10, 2021.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS SPECIALIST
Provide knowledge/expertise on airports and Terminal Instrument Procedures development, airport airspace creation, evaluation, development and coordination. Flight procedures, ground validations & QA, GIS/CADD systems. Airport Layout Plans (eALP); airport development; and geo-database creation & maintenance and advisory and regulatory guidance and writing assistance (e.g., Advisory Circulars, FAA orders). Individual will also be responsible for providing professional and technical assistance to a wide variety of FAA Airport Data and Information Portal (ADIP) system users.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS SUPERVISOR
The Portland International Jetport is seeking Airport Operations Supervisors to join our team. Under the direction of the Operations Manager, this position plans, organizes, and supervises airside and landside operations on a rotating 24x7 schedule that includes nights, weekends, holidays, and being on-call. Responsibilities include the inspection of airside, terminal, and landside facilities, coordinating airport construction, issuing NOTAMs, ensuring FAR Part 139 compliance, coordinating special events, enforcing environmental regulations, mitigating wildlife hazards, responding to emergencies, and other duties as assigned. Reviews and acts on matters involving safety, security, and customer service. Responsible for coordinating security/driver's training. Submit your cover letter, resume, and application to City of Portland Human Resources. Directions on how to apply are available at www.portlandmaine.gov/324/Jobs. This position is part of the Pro-Tech Union (Grade 6). Fully funded employee health insurance and defined benefit pension plan is available. Open until filled.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS COORDINATOR I
Under the direction of the Airport Security and Operations Center Manager, the Operations Coordinator I provides centralized security and communications oversight for the airport while working in the 24/7/365 Airport Operations Center. The primary duties of this position include monitoring surveillance cameras, access points, alarms, energy management systems, weather-related equipment, phones, and radios. AOCs assist with terminal, TSA & FAA inspections, tests and audits as well as assisting airport management on matters involving safety, security, and customer service. Acting as “Trusted Agents”, AOCs are responsible for viewing, recording, and processing background checks for airport badge holders. Promotion opportunities exist after 12 months of service. Accepting applications/resumes 6/4/2021 through 6/18/2021.
OPERATIONS DUTY AGENT
An airport operations duty agent is an entry level position in the operations department who is trained to act as a direct representative of the Lee County Port Authority Executive Director in his/her absence. The airport operations duty agent monitors the daily operation of the airport and is responsible for inspecting, identifying, and reporting for correction any discrepancy.
VP OF PLANNING & SUSTAINABILITY AT RDU
RDU is in the midst of a several billion-dollar capital development program. This new role is one of 13 Vice Presidents, reports to the COO, and will have 2 direct reports. Seeking an experienced, persuasive, collaborative public speaker who can advocate verbally and with written communication to educate various individuals and public groups about issues as RDU grows its infrastructure and goes about normal daily operations. An airport consulting background for 10-20 years concentrated on planning and environmental issues is ideal, as would experience from certain airports where a person has performed these tasks. A background in master planning compatibility studies, terminal area studies, financial studies is ideal. Experience making presentations to boards, commissions, and in public hearings where you’ve been an advocate for a certain outcome on airport issues is also relevant.
The Air Line Pilots Association, International (ALPA), the largest airline pilot union in the world and the largest non-governmental aviation safety organization in the world (representing over 59,000 pilots at 35 U.S. and Canadian airlines) seeks an experienced Staff Engineer for our Tysons (McLean), Virginia office.
The Air Line Pilots Association, International (ALPA), the largest airline pilot union in the world and the largest non-governmental aviation safety organization in the world (representing over 59,000 pilots at 35 U.S. and Canadian airlines) seeks an experienced Staff Engineer for our Tysons (McLean), Virginia office.
The Air Line Pilots Association, International (ALPA), the largest airline pilot union in the world and the largest non-governmental aviation safety organization in the world (representing over 59,000 pilots at 35 U.S. and Canadian airlines) seeks an experienced Staff Engineer for our Tysons (McLean), Virginia office.
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT SPECIALIST
The SBE Regional Partnership is seeking a highly professional and strategic individual to work with the SBE Regional Partnership’s Director of Industry Growth and the South Bend International Airport (SBN) to increase the direct and indirect economic benefits of airport operations throughout the region. The Economic Development Specialist will participate in such initiatives including but not limited to the following detailed responsibilities: Land Use Planning and Economic Development, Real Estate Development and Management, Help established companies with international trade opportunities, Expand and market the use of the Foreign Trade Zone, Domestic and international cargo service development, Identification of non-aeronautical revenue streams, Grant research and proposal development, Development of public-private partnerships (P3s), Advocate for policy in legislature and for policy decisions in support of, transportation and infrastructure improvements, Support business attraction efforts which require extensive and frequent air services, Strengthen communication between the airport and economic development professionals in the region,