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Project Manager – Newark Liberty International (EWR) & Teterboro (TEB) Airports You will: Manage multiple landside and airside projects for EWR and TEB. Manage scoping and authorization process for all assigned projects. Establish project schedules and budgets; orchestrate and manage staff departments; managing project planning, design, construction and close-out efforts Work with facility physical plant/operations staff and engineering staff to ensure required permits/agreements with outside entities are in place and completed in a timely manner To Qualify: Bachelor’s degree in Engineering, Architecture or related discipline, 5 years’ field based experience in design /project management (coordination/partnering with other groups) of infrastructure projects, Project management, engineering design, architecture/construction fields. Noted experience establishing project plans, setting priorities, and incorporating facility operations and security requirements into project plans • Project management experience within transportation, road work or construction environments • Valid Driver’s License Apply Here:- http://bit.ly/2qmI9W6
EXPERIENCED AIRPORT PLANNER
Mead & Hunt, a nationally recognized professional services consulting firm, has a full-time position available for an experienced airport planner. Responsibilities include conducting with research and development for planning studies and reports along with accompanying graphics; preparing for, attending, and presenting at public planning meetings; supporting project managers working on airport master plans, noise studies, and NEPA compliance documents. Occasional travel will be required. This position’s role includes being both a technical resource and project manager; depending on the scope of the project
DIRECTOR OF AIRPORT SECURITY
The Syracuse Regional Airport Authority is seeking candidates for the Director of Airport Security position. This position reports directly to the Executive Director and will be responsible for the security and public safety of the Airport, ensuring compliance with FAA (Part 139) and TSA (Section 1542) regulations and all other pertinent regulations and Airport rules and will participate in the development of airport security and emergency plans; supervise the security badging function, and oversee the uniformed law enforcement function. The ideal candidate will have work experience as a sworn police officer or peace officer in New York State or a comparable position in the public or private security industry (see complete job description at http://www.syrsraa.com/careers/). Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume to: Debi Marshall, Human Resources Manager, SRAA, 1000 Col. Eileen Collins Blvd, Syracuse, NY 13212 or email at email@example.com by June 9, 2017.
MAINTENANCE WORKER II
The Portland International Jetport is seeking maintenance workers for a 1st and 2nd shift positions and may include weekends. This is a challenging position in the dynamic and fast-paced environment of Portland’s busy and growing small hub commercial airport. This is skilled work involving a wide variety of trades in the construction, repair, operation and maintenance of airport buildings, grounds and equipment. Requirements: Ability to successfully complete a physical assessment that measures cardiovascular fitness, flexibility, strength, endurance, color recognition and night vision; strong background in heavy equipment and construction; valid Maine Class B driver’s license; successful completion of TSA background investigation per TSR part 1542; must pass federally mandated drug test. Applicants may be eligible for promotion to Airport Maintenance Worker III within 12 months. $663.16/week, starting pay rate. Deadline for applications is Friday, June 16, 2017.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS SUPERVISOR
Under the direction of the Assistant 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. Other duties include coordinating airport construction, issuing NOTAMs, ensuring FAR Part 139 compliance, coordinating special events, enforcing environmental regulations, mitigating wildlife hazards, responding to emergencies, oversight of the Airport Operations Center, and other duties as assigned. Reviews and acts on matters involving safety, security, customer service, and other situations as they impact tenants and passengers. 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. Application deadline: 6/9/17.
Landrum & Brown, a nationally and internationally recognized leader in aviation and airport consulting, is currently seeking a Facility/Terminal Planner to join the expanding planning team in our Chicago, IL office. We are seeking a self-motivated, driven individual with strong written, verbal, and graphic communication skills with a background in planning, architecture and/or engineering. Responsibilities: Develop, refine, and evaluate alternatives for passenger terminal, airfield, AC parking layouts, apron planning, cargo and support facilities and landside facilities; Develop programmatic requirements for medium and large hub airports; Develop facility phasing/implementation plans; Support terminal and facility planning studies by developing written reports, graphics, and presentations; Coordinate with clients, sub-consultants, and key stakeholders to achieve projects goals and objectives; Provide on-site client support and assist in planning/design charrettes and facility surveys; Assist with facility condition assessments and other facility planning tasks.
AIRPORT OPERATIONAL READINESS AND ACTIVATION
Seeking experienced aviation professionals with significant depth in facility activation and airport operational readiness. Must possess leadership capabilities, and have recent and relevant experience opening airport-based facilities.
CONSTRUCTION PROJECT MANAGEMENT SUPERVISOR
The Broward County Aviation Department which manages the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (FLL) and North Perry Airport (HWO, a general aviation facility) seeks an experienced professional to manage Airport contracts for a wide variety of design and construction projects for the Airport. The Construction Project Management Supervisor will primarily perform advanced professional and administrative work with supervisory responsibilities for the management of the Airport's Noise Mitigation Program. This class works under administrative supervision, developing and implementing programs within organizational policies and reporting major activities to executive level administrators. Requires a Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with major coursework in architecture and/or engineering or closely related field. Requires six (6) years in professional architectural or engineering work, including four (4) years of experience in project management appropriate to the area of assignment. Requires Registration as a Professional Engineer or Registered Architect based on area of assignment.
ASSISTANT AVIATION DIRECTOR (2 POSITIONS)
Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport Assistant Aviation Director – Business Planning Assistant Aviation Director – Operations Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX) is conducting a national recruitment for two positions, Assistant Aviation Director – Business Planning and Assistant Aviation Director – Operations, both reporting to the Director of Aviation Services. PHX operates as an enterprise department for the City of Phoenix with a current annual operating budget of $236 million, a capital improvement budget of $2 billion (through 2021), and 853 employees. The Assistant Aviation Director – Business Planning oversees a staff of 90 and the Assistant Aviation Director – Operations oversees a staff of 816. A bachelor’s degree is required for both positions along with 5 years of progressively responsible experience with at least 3 years of experience supervising professional level staff.
AIRPORT SECURITY MANAGER
Provides supervision and direction to the staff of the security department. Responsible for the security airport operations as outlined in the Airport Security Program. Conducts security audits, vulnerability assessments, and prepare status reports concerning airport security. Occasionally, assume responsibility for the division in the absence of the director. Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport.
GIS PROGRAM ADMINISTRATOR
Responsible for effectively managing the Memphis International Airport (MEM) enterprise Geographical Information System (GIS) program including operating, programming, maintaining, and updating GIS applications, databases and equipment/hardware. Designs and prepares graphic representations of GIS data, using GIS hardware and software applications similar to ESRI ArcGIS, ArcSDE, Image Server, Cityworks, Microsoft SQL, and Adobe Flex. Coordinates electronic data exchange and MEM GIS data standards with external organizations such as Federal Bureau of Investigations, United States Secret Service, Transportation Security Administration, National and International Airlines, public utilities, and other public sector related organizations. Requirements: bachelor’s degree/equivalent in Geographical Information Systems, Geography, Cartography, or related quantitative discipline. Five (5) years’ experience with GIS projects including systems using GIS platforms such as ESRI’s ArcGIS Desktop or Server software suites. Strong human relations, analytical, problem solving, project management, and communication skills. Please send resumes to: Apply@flymemphis.com, reference number: 0517-DVGISPA-10. Deadline to apply is June 7, 2017.
AVIATION OPERATIONS SPECIALIST
Under general supervision, is responsible for providing administrative, clerical, project and technical mission support operational functions within the Airport Operations Department at the Columbus Regional Airport Authority. Answers phones; handles messages, meets and greets visitors and either notifies staff members or records and relays messages. Assists in directing visitors to proper offices and meeting rooms as needed. Maintains and supports a high level of customer service to peers, partners, tenants, military and passengers. Serves as liaison between departments, businesses, military and general public. Completes routine and repetitive administrative documentation, record keeping, etc. Prepares presentation materials and tracking forms with the utilization of Excel, Power Point, or other similar software (i.e. Adobe .pdf, etc.). Sorts and distributes incoming mail to appropriate Division team members. Maintains and orders office supplies and coordinate maintenance of office equipment Provides support to other Divisions when needed. Files records, reports, correspondence, compliance with records retention policy.
COORDINATOR, AIRPORT OPERATIONS (CMH)
This position is responsible to perform all operational and safety functions at the airport during an assigned shift, operating within established guidelines and procedures. Ensures the compliance with the Federal Regulation requirements of CFR Part 139 and, to a lesser extent, TSR Part 1542. Assures that CRAA Airports are effectively and efficiently operated in a safe and secure manner and in the best interest of the general public by maintaining constant awareness of all facilities and activities on the airport property affecting tenants and the general public in accordance with all established rules, regulations and criteria of federal and local governments and other policies. Responsible to maintain compliance with all aspects of the Airport Certification Manual (ACM). Daily inspections of the airfield identifying any discrepancies, issuing proper notifications, and ensuring a proper resolution. Monitor airfield for presence of wildlife and take proper means to eliminate the wildlife hazard.
MANAGER OF AIRPORT SECURITY
Manages day-to-day security operations and directs the security efforts to ensure the Minneapolis / St. Paul International Airport (MSP) meets Transportation Security Administration (TSA) regulations and requirements. The Airport Security Manager is responsible for reviewing and interpreting the impact of all TSA regulations, amendments and advisories on security activities and makes recommendations for revisions to the Airport Security Program (ASP). The Airport Security Manager will direct and supervise subordinate employees in the following areas: Airport Badging Office, eLearning, Security Division and Secured Area Access Control System (SAACS). The Airport Security Manager will also oversee the Airport's private security contracts that support the Airport's Security Program.
AIRPORT AIRFIELD ELECTRICIAN
Portland International Jetport is seeking a highly motivated self-starting individual with Master level electrician's license to manage and maintain the airfield electrical system and lighting vault at Portland's fast growing small hub airport. This is skilled technical work in the installation, maintenance, and repair of airfield electrical, communications and control systems as well as industrial power and emergency generation systems at the Airport Maintenance Complex. ME State Master Electrician License and valid Class C driver's license required; ability to successfully complete a physical assessment related to the effort regularly required in the work and successful completion of TSA background investigation per TSR part 1542. Preference given to applicants who possess the licenses and/or have airport electrical experience. Submit cover letter, resume, and application to City of Portland Human Resources at www.portlandmaine.gov/324/Jobs. Labor & Trades (Grade 19M). Fully funded employee health insurance and defined benefit pension plan is available. Deadline: 6/16/17.
LEAD AIRPORT WORKER
The Torrance Airport is seeking a detail-oriented and highly organized individual to join their team! Under general supervision, the Lead Airport Worker leads, instructs, assigns and assists a crew engaged in the daily operations of the Torrance Airport; ensures adequate staff to cover all work shifts of airport operations and security; oversees the collection of fees; and prepares and maintains operational records. The Lead Airport Worker also coordinates contracted work; ensures enforcement of airport rules and regulations; inspects and evaluates airport grounds, equipment and facilities; performs minor service and repairs on airport equipment; and prepares reports and various forms incidental to airport operations, maintenance and security. This individual also operates local government radio base station and mobile radios, maintaining communications at all times with FAA personnel in the Airport Control Tower. Performs related work as required.
PROPERTY MANAGER I/II
The City of San Jose - Mineta San Jose International Airport is currently recruiting for a Property Manager. The Airport has a rigorous and accelerated airport property management program for highly qualified candidates who have demonstrated the ability to successfully thrive in a complex property management environment. The Property Manager I/II position is located in the Finance and Administration Division at Mineta San José International Airport and reports to a Senior Property Manager. This position has overall responsibility for day to day property management of Airport tenants, including airlines, concessionaires, airline support companies, rental cars and Fixed Base Operators. The Property Manager I/II will perform a wide variety of related work as required. A disclosure of outside investments, real property interests, income and business positions is required.
MANAGER, LANDSIDE ADMINISTRATION
The Manager of Landside Administration is responsible for supporting various operational functions, including public parking, employee parking, ground transportation and passenger services. This position serves as the primary point of contact between MAC IT and various vendors responsible for providing and maintaining access and revenue control systems for the department. This position works closely with MAC Finance and MAC Internal Audit to ensure that Landside revenues are accurately recorded and reported. The Manager of Landside Administration utilizes custom revenue control systems to produce regular and ad hoc financial and transactional reports. This position is responsible for overseeing the administrative functions for managing employee parking contracts and ground transportation related to permitting and licensing and is charged with creating, reviewing, updating and administering policies and procedures related to the above mentioned functions. For a complete job description and to apply online, please visit our website: https://www.metroairports.org
COORDINATOR, AIRPORT OPERATIONS
This position is primarily responsible to perform all airside operational safety and efficiency functions as they pertain to a CFR Part 139 winter weather airport and, to a lesser extent, TSR Part 1542. Assists in overseeing the daily operations of the airport to ensure that all local, state and federal rules and regulations are adhered to. In addition, special tasks and project work may be assigned for the overall support of the Airport Operations Division. This position involves a 24/7 working environment which includes some weekends, holidays and possible rotating schedules. Assists with ensuring that CRAA Airports are effectively and efficiently operated in a safe and secure manner and in the best interest of the general public by maintaining constant awareness of all facilities and activities on the airport property affecting tenants and visitors in accordance with all established rules, regulations and criteria of federal and local governments and policies.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS COORDINATOR 2
Ensures compliance with Federal Regulations 14CFR Part 139 and 49CFR Part 1542. Perform daily inspections to ensure facilities and airfield are within applicable standards. Conduct daily inspections of airfield; ensure compliance with Federal, State, County and GMIA policies and procedures. Coordinate snow removal on airfield; make decisions based on procedures. Coordinate airport construction and maintenance airfield projects; anticipate consequences of airfield construction and/or repair projects relative to maintaining airport, airfield safety and operational needs. Respond to incidents, accidents; in-charge until relieved by higher authority; investigate causes and take appropriate measures to correct; make decisions under stressful conditions. Prepare clear, concise reports; write reports to document events; disseminate timely reports. Coordinate security and safety matters necessary for special operations and/or events, activities for visiting dignitary arrivals; anticipate effects of large crowd and/or special visiting dignitary requests that may affect normal airport operations. Train and test employees on “movement area” operating procedures.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS SPECIALIST
Blue Grass Airport in Lexington, Kentucky is conducting a search for an Operations Specialist I. This is an entry level position that manages the use of airport facilities in accordance with established policies and procedures. This position assures continuous safety and security compliance in accordance with Federal Aviation Regulation, Transportation Security Regulation and various other guidance policies. Duties include a constant monitoring of all facilities, personnel, and operations; routine and non-routine inspections of the airfield for unsafe or non-compliant conditions; operates the airport Integrated Operations and Coordination Center (IOCC); actively monitor security access control and CCTV systems; issue airport ID media and provide fingerprinting services; coordinates and monitors airport construction activities; and provides a high level of customer service.
Under direct supervision, performs assigned duties in the Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport Operation Center (AOC) and manages use of airport facilities in accordance with established policies and procedures. Maintains airport compliance with Federal Aviation Regulation (FAR) Part 77 and 139, Transportation Security Regulation (TSR) Part 1542, and all other applicable statutes, regulations and requirements and ensures the safety and security of all airport users. Communicates and assists all airport stakeholders. For the full job description and to apply visit our website: www.gspairport.com/jobs
MANAGER, AIRPORT CERTIFICATION AND SAFETY, LGA/SWF
In this role you will ensure airport operations, maintenance activities and facility infrastructure comply with Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) regulations and agency/department policy. Serve as a technical resource and expert for the airport’s certification and safety program. Maintain rapport with the General Managers for Regulatory and Operational Support, the Airport General Manager, the Managers of Airport Operations and Maintenance, the ARFF Chief and Deputy Chief, the Port Authority Police, the FAA, and the Port Authority Office of Emergency Management (PAOEM). To Qualify: ? Bachelor's degree in Aviation Management ? Experience with FAA regulations and at least three years of experience in airport operations/Part139, (preferably at a commercial service airport). ? Experience working in the aviation industry, preferably airport/airline operations and safety as they pertain to Part 139. Apply Here: http://bit.ly/2qwcDHC
AIRPORT OPERATIONS OFFICER
Under the direct supervision of Operations Supervisors, Airport Operations Officers at Sloulin Field International Airport are responsible for the performance of airport operations, landside and airside, and ARFF on an assigned shift, including nights, weekends and holidays. This position also maintains airport compliance with Federal Aviation Regulations (FAR) Part 77 and 139, Transportation Security Regulation (TSR) Part 1542, and all other applicable statutes, regulations and requirements. This position will be responsible for ensuring the safety and security of all airport users as well as communicating and assisting all airport stakeholders.
FACILITY ASSETS ADMINISTRATOR
To apply, please visit: http://www.flypittsburgh.com/careers KNOWLEDGE/SKILLS & ABILITIES (KSA): Statistical Analytical Methods, data base management, ROI calculation methods, group problem solving applications, key process indices (KPI) development and application. FAA and PennDOT regulatory, order and advisory circular requirements related to airport design, maintenance and approved equipment/materials. Understand the functionality of mechanical/electrical systems (including, but not limited to hydraulics, PLC’s, electrical distribution, electronics, HVAC, pumps, valves, piping systems, etc…) Prepare clear, concise and comprehensive written documents in English. Manage multiple projects and meet deadlines, function independently and exercise considerable judgment in the resolution of problems. Solve practical problems and deal with numerous variables in unique situations. REQUIREMENTS • Bachelor's Degree in Engineering, Construction Management, Operations Management, Asset Management or other related field from an accredited college or university. • Three years related experience in Asset Management
The Airport Manager is the division head, who reports to the Public Works Director, responsible for overseeing and managing the Livermore Municipal Airport. This position is the designated authority charged with ensuring compliance with all federal, state and local regulatory requirements; providing highly technical and complex administrative support to department heads, City Officials and the public; serving as staff liaison to the Airport Commission; and performing other duties as assigned. The Livermore Municipal Airport and has approximately 502 based aircraft, 393 aircraft hangars and 150 open area aircraft parking spaces. The Airport manages an Enterprise Fund which recovers all costs for administration, operations and development through a system of user fees, market value leases, concessions and agreements. The Airport Manager provides direct and indirect supervision and management to 8 full-time staff members. The Airport Division has a FY 2016-2017 budget of $3.1 million.
AIRPORT BUSINESS SUPERVISOR
This is a section head management position at the Hayward Executive Airport, reporting to the Airport Manager. The incumbent is responsible for the management of the business and accounting functions at the airport and provides second-line supervision and direction of staff within the Airport Division. This position is distinguished from the Airport Operations Supervisor classification which is responsible for the direct supervision of staff performance of Airside and Landside operations and maintenance tasks at the airport. Under general direction, the Airport Business Supervisor, oversees the airport business function including budget preparation, the real property program, tenant compliance with contract provisions, collections, preparation of grant applications, and other administrative duties.
AIRPORT DIRECTOR CAMBRIDGE-DORCHESTER AIRPORT
Airport located on Bucktown Road in Cambridge, Maryland. It is a county owned public use airport. Responsible for coordinating, planning implementing,supervising all airport activities including airport safety, facility maintenance, FAA compliance and inspections. Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in Business Administration/Management with concentration in air transportation or engineering. Five (5) years of highly responsible experience in management of an airport or airport facility or facility requiring management of daily operations, including FAA compliance and reporting, developing and implementing policies and procedures, consulting with federal/state officials, preparing long range plans, etc. See website www.docogonet.com for further information. Submit application and resume as soon as possible. Open until filled.
CAPITAL FINANCE DIRECTOR
San Francisco International Airport’s (SFO) Business & Finance Division seeks a highly skilled and collaborative finance manager to oversee the Capital Finance section. SFO’s financial viability includes a $4.9 billion outstanding Debt Program that encompasses the issuance/sale of bonds, variable rate debt, interest rate swaps and commercial paper program. Extensive capital finance experience in the financing of capital projects related to construction of physical infrastructure is required. This position manages an experienced finance team including external advisors and consultants; advises executive management; negotiates solutions; directs financial policy work; and may represent the Airport in local, state and federal meetings. As such, strong interpersonal and communication skills are also needed. Experience working with airports or transportation agencies is a plus.
MANAGER, HVAC, MECHANICAL/WATER DEPARTMENT
Maintains, operates, and repairs all mechanical elements of Logan Airport within Massport facilities and oversees outside contractors servicing of Massport properties. Education: Bachelor's Degree in Mechanical Engineering (or equivalent field) or equivalent professional work experience required. EXPERIENCE: 5 - 7 years' demonstrated practical experience in mechanical/building systems operation and maintenance required. Unique Expertise/Certification/Registrtions: Knowledge of State and Federal Environmental Regulations with emphasis on Clean Water Act and (RCRA) Hazardous Waste Storage and disposal preferred. Proficiency in Microsoft Office products, including Excel, Word, and PowerPoint. Working knowledge and experience with CMMS such as Maximo or equivalent. Current and valid driver's license required. Ability to obtain a Massport Security Badge. Ability to pass airfield driving test and obtain Aerodrome Ramp, Apron, and Airfield License. Ability to pass a Massport controlled substances test and background security check. For a detailed description, visit Massport website.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS REPRESENTATIVE II (LANDSIDE/TERMINAL) - ATL
The Airport Operations Representative II (Landside) assists in managing the airport’s day-to-day operations in accordance with Federal, State and Local regulations and policies to ensure the safe and efficient movement of passengers
Pride in being America's Best Airport, multi-million dollar projects, properties located throughout the metropolitan area and several marine ports are just a few of our favorite things. If you are a dynamic leader who can balance a variety of engineering disciplines while providing strategic direction to a vibrant engineering department, then the Port of Portland's Director of Engineering might be the right fit for you! We are looking for an engineering management professional that has technical, and project management skills who will lead the resources for design, construction, and maintenance of Port facilities. This is an exciting opportunity for the new director, who will be heavily involved with the $2 billion PDX capital improvement program over the next six years.
Mead & Hunt, Inc., a nationally recognized professional services consulting firm, has a position open for an experienced engineer. Responsibilities include designing aviation and other engineering projects; evaluating and analyzing existing projects; preparing plans and specifications for bidding and construction; performing QA/OC tasks; and construction oversight on projects. Travel will be required.
Mead & Hunt, Inc., a nationally recognized professional services consulting firm, has a position for a civil engineer to work with our aviation group. Responsibilities include assisting with project design and coordination; assisting at project sites with inspections, and construction administration. Some travel will be required.
SENIOR PROGRAM MANAGER - PROJECT CONTROLS & SUPPORT SERVICES
The Newark Redevelopment Program is responsible for planning and delivering the Terminal A Redevelopment program as well as the AirTrain Replacement Program. This includes a new Terminal A building as well as infrastructure. AirTrain Replacement Program includes all infrastructure and systems for a new airport transit system. The incumbent will be managing the project controls and support services of the Redevelopment programs. You Will: provide supervision, guidance and leadership to Program/Project Managers, establish scope, schedule and budget for all project control components of the program. oversee all associated work; document control and submittal management To Qualify: Bachelor’s degree in Engineering, Architecture or Business, minimum 10 years senior level project and program management experience (in an airport environment, experience with Project Controls and management software, engineering design process, construction management, construction estimating and project budgeting and scheduling knowledge Apply Here:- http://bit.ly/2qkfTGi
SR. AIRPORT PLANNER
Under general direction, supervises, manages and participates in short and long-range airport planning efforts pertaining to: airfield/airspace, facility development, land-use, commercial development, infrastructure, roadways, ground transportation, and studies pertaining to optimizing airport related processes, operations and facilities. Work involves independent application of Airport Planning principles in the development, refinement and implementation of components of the Airport Master Plan, as well as support of the Airport’s Strategic Growth and Business Plan. Provides documentation, as required, for the administration and execution of each project. Additionally, responsible for directing and managing in-house planning studies and overseeing management of consultant planning studies, as well as, representing the Airport on planning related matters. May coordinate projects with, and/or serve as, the Airport liaison to local, state and federal agencies. Becomes familiar with the basics of DFW Airport’s Environmental Management System and Environmental Policy and implements Best Management and Good Housekeeping Practices.
SENIOR VP ADMINISTRATION & FINANCE/CFO
The VP Administration and Finance/CFO provides leadership and management assistance to the President/CEO in overseeing major departments/functions of the airport district. Directs the development, planning, implementation, and coordination of Finance, Accounting, Treasury, Information Technology Services (ITS), Risk Management, Procurement and Contract Administration. Responsibilities (Essential Functions) Plans, implements, and directs financial functions: implements, directs, and oversees all accounting functions, develops and administers the cash management system: coordinates, implements, and monitors the budget functions: maintains and updates administrative policies and procedures manual, oversees the planning, implementation, and administration Information Technology functions, coordinates risk management: oversees district procurement and contract administration function, member of Executive Management Team For the full job description and to apply visit our website: www.gspairport.com/jobs
AIRPORT OPERATIONS SECURITY COORDINATOR
To help achieve the airport’s vision of delivering a warm, welcoming experience in an extraordinary place, the Airport Operations Security Coordinator provides a safe and efficient airport operation. Ensures compliance with federal, state and local requirements for commercial airports by performing routine and day-to-day efforts of the Operations staff on both the airport’s airside and landside. Ensures compliance with airport, environmental and security-related terminal regulations. Takes corrective action as necessary. Ensures accuracy of reports, manuals and inspections. Acts as liaison between senior level airport management and airport users when senior level staff is unavailable. Is a visible presence representing the County and Airport Administration, providing outstanding customer service to airport users and the broader airport community, including: vendors, concessionaires, airlines, tenants and the general public.
ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF AVIATION SECURITY
Denver International Airport Security Section resides within the broader Operations Division and is under the responsibility of the Director of Aviation Security. Airport Security is comprised of approximately 40 personnel across two main business units; Compliance & Enforcement and Badging & Permitting. This position leads the Badging & Permitting unit as Asst. Director of Aviation Security for Badging & Permitting and works in tandem with the Asst. Director of Aviation Security for Compliance & Enforcement. Management and enhancement of DEN's Participant & Authorizing Agent programs required of every new and existing company operating at DEN. and divisional Operations Instructions (OI) and Standard Operating Guidelines (SOG). Serving as an Airport Security Coordinator (ASC) that is responsible for direct liaison with the TSA and other federal and local law enforcement agencies. Fulfilling local (i.e. Colorado Open Records Act) and federal security –related data/records.
PARKING MANAGER I/II
City of San José, CA Parking Manager I/II Annual salary range: up to $139,363 (includes 3% increase effective July 1, 2017) DOQ DOE Application deadline: 06/16/17 To be considered for this career opportunity, submit a résumé, cover letter, current salary and six work-related references to https://secure.cpshr.us/escandidate/JobDetail?ID=230 For information about this position, please contact: Teresa Webster CPS HR Consulting Tel: 916 263-1401 To view an online brochure for this position visit: www.cpshr.us/search City of San José website: www.sanjoseca.gov EOE
This professional position supports the goals, objectives and efforts of the properties department, which handles revenue producing contracts, including leases, permits and other agreements for Southwest Florida International Airport and Page Field. Handle routine leasing and permitting with new companies desiring to do business at the airports. Assist in the negotiation and formation of non-routine leases. Assist in the administration of leases and other contracts, including coordination of various projects with tenants, permittees and other Port Authority staff. Track available and leased land and space at both airports. Manage pre-lease needs of incoming tenants, including inspecting the condition of premises before move-in and after move-out; manage tenants’ and permittees’ compliance with leases and permit requirements; respond to reported lease violations and other non-compliance issues; coordinate with tenants and permittees to resolve problems; and manage tenant move-in and move-out procedures.
DIRECTOR OF AVIATION- CITY OF SAN JOSE AVIATION DEPARTMENT (SJC)
The City of San Jose Aviation Department is seeking an innovative, forward-thinking Director of Aviation who will be a champion for the future, capable of managing change, and demonstrating flexibility and creativity in problem solving. This will be a person who has established a strong reputation for effective leadership with active participation in industry, professional, and community organizations.The critical nature of this position requires that the successful candidate possess superior leadership skills with at least 10 years of increasingly responsible management experience in airport administration, operations, or maintenance, including at least five years of supervision at a level equivalent to Assistant Director. The ideal candidate will have experience in an airport environment dealing with similar complexities. A bachelor’s degree in airport management, business administration, public administration, or related field is required. A master’s degree is desired. A.A.E. or IAP accreditation is a plus.Position closes June 4, 2017.
ACCOUNTANT/ANALYST - PAYROLL (CVG)
Performs varied, sensitive and confidential payroll related duties to ensure the timely and accurate payment of employees; under general supervision, performs professional accounting and budgeting duties in the analysis, preparation and maintenance of financial records and reports for various accounts and funds.
ACCOUNTANT/ANALYST - CAPITAL ACCOUNTING (CVG)
Responsible for performing fixed asset and capital project accounting functions. Job duties include recording in and reconciliation of the general ledger, project accounting and fixed asset systems. Job duties also include the maintenance and analysis of the Capital Improvement Program (CIP), Passenger Facility Charge (PFC) activities and grant activities, which include reporting to both internal and external customers; processing and verification of internal labor to be charged to capital projects and other activities.
ASSISTANT PARKING & BUS OPERATIONS
Supervises and directs all aspects of parking and shuttle bus operations at Charlotte Douglas International Airport. Responsible for supervising staff and overseeing contracted employees engaged in parking revenue collection and operation of parking lots, including those in the 24/7/365 shuttle bus operations. Apply on line at https://careers.charlottenc.gov.
AIRPORT SECURITY SUPERVISOR
Oversees implementation of security requirements as stipulated in the Airport Security Program (ASP) and accompanying federal, state and local regulations. Develops, supervises and participates in airport security and incident response activities of the Access Control Officers (ACO) and Corporate Safety Officers (CSO). ACOs and CSOs monitor the security of gates, loading docks, issue noncompliance citations, and maintain the principal security posture and incident response capability in the terminal, airside and landside areas of Charlotte Douglas International Airport (CLT). Supervisor specific duties include organizing shift resources, preparing for and responding to minor and/or catastrophic events, assigning and routinely adjusting shift responsibilities, developing and conducting divisional training, administering comprehensive performance reviews, developing, interpreting and issuing intricate verbal and written instructions. Supervisors must act decisively and exercise independent judgment within established policy, regulations and procedures in a dynamic, high paced airport environment. Apply at https://careers.charlottenc.gov
AIR SERVICE ANALYST (MANAGEMENT ANALYST II)
The Department of Aviation seeks an experienced professional to conducts research and analysis to facilitate retention and expansion of air service at McCarran International Airport.
Performs journey level electrical work in new construction and design, installation, maintenance, and repair of electrical/electronic systems and equipment; and performs other Airport Maintenance Technician duties as required at Paine Field Airport.
COMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENT SPECIALIST
Coordinates commercial development and other property management/development activities for the Metropolitan Nashville Airport Authority. Coordinates various activities relating to commercial development functions such as: leasing and inspection; preparing agreements and leases; procurement; maintaining favorable business partner relations; verifying compliance according to terms and conditions of established Authority practices of the agreements and leases. Conducts inspections, evaluations, monitors airport leaseholds and facilities ensuring compliance with terms and conditions contained in leases and agreements. Shows property/space to prospective business partners. Resolves business partner issues independently and routinely coordinates with other internal departments or business partners to provide resolutions. Prepares correspondence, documentation, reports, and coordinates adjustments to agreements. Accurately interprets and analyzes airport agreements and documents. Prepare leases, amendments, permits, lease and financial analysis; conducts industry surveys. Maintains accurate records of leases and agreements; identifies agreement dates, and monitors operations, prepares reports, follows-up for compliance to all agreements, terms, and conditions.
VICE PRESIDENT, PLANNING, DEVELOPMENT & ENVIRONMENT
Under the direction of the Chief Operating Officer, directs the planning, development and environmental division for the Metropolitan Airports Commission's (MAC) system of airports. The division consists of engineers, architects, project managers, technicians and support staff. Provides strategic leadership, policy direction and management for the environmental, airport planning and capital infrastructure for the MAC's seven airports. Establishes and maintains effective long term relationships with surrounding communities, local, state and federal agencies, the airlines and general aviation users in the MAC's system of airports. As a member of the senior staff for the MAC, contributes to the leadership, strategic direction and success of the organization. Serves as staff liaison to the Planning, Development and Environment Committee (PD&E), acting as the advisor to the committee chair regarding critical environmental and development issues and decisions facing the organization. For a complete description and to apply online go to www.metroairports.org.
Under the broad supervision of the Chief Financial Officer, responsible for the overall management of the Finance Department comprised of the accounts receivable, accounts payable, payroll, fixed assets, grants management, general accounting, and financial planning functions for the Pittsburgh International and Allegheny County Airports. The following requirements list the minimum education/training/experience required to qualify for this job. An equivalent combination may be accepted. Bachelor’s degree in Accounting from a four-year college or university. Ten years related experience in accounting with a variety of disciplines. Five years general upper-level management experience. Finance system evaluation and installation experience. Development of financial dashboards experience. Ability to obtain FAA ten year employment/criminal background clearance. Possess or obtain prior to employment a valid Pennsylvania Class C driver’s license. Note: license must be maintained throughout employment. CPA or MBA preferred.
AIRSIDE OPERATIONS TECHNICIAN - CHARLOTTE COUNTY AIRPORT AUTHORITY
Responsible for safely performing airside and security inspections, creating work orders for review and completion to correct deficiencies or hazards found. Ensures compliance with FAR Part 139 to ensure operational and safety standards are in place and at the ready; knowledge of and compliance with other regulations and policies. Remains alert to conditions of nature, such as wildlife intrusions and weather conditions to respond as needed to minimize impact on the airfield operations. Assists the Operations Manager/Supervisor with projects on the airfield. Responds to accidents and non-accident incident. Monitors driving habits to ensure driving rules are followed and reports to Manager/Supervisor if education on the rules is needed. Reads the FAA and TSA circulars upon receipt and informs Manager/Supervisor of changes or updates for awareness. Performs minor maintenance and assists in emergency repairs. Responds to noise complaints when necessary.
PLANNING INTERN - AVIATION
Mead & Hunt, Inc., a nationally recognized professional services consulting firm has a position available for a limited-term, part-time planning intern to work on projects starting in June/July 2017 and ending in September/October 2017. Responsibilities include assisting planners with airport, land use, and environmental planning projects; conducting research; compiling data; writing technical reports; and assisting with the preparation of project reports and materials for clients and public planning meetings.
Our Client is seeking a Contracts Specialist who is responsible for assistance for all phases of contracting for aviation construction and planning grants for a State Aviation Program. Preferred Qualifications: Bachelor degree from an accredited college or university in a related field and three years’ of contracting and accounting related experience. In addition to: Full working knowledge of and experience in accounting and standard government fund accounting practices. Demonstrated ability to perform basic accounting computations with a high degree of reliability. Demonstrated ability to prepare contract documents and reports in a clear, succinct and organized manner. Other Competencies: Demonstrated experience using MS Office Suite programs such as Word, Excel, and Access. This position is full-time and requires office hours in Mid-town Atlanta. Compensation is commensurate with education and experience with a starting salary range of $40,000-$50,000 annually. Competitive benefits are offered. Please apply ResourceTek at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Purpose: Manages assigned capital improvement projects to ensure that they are well planned, coordinated, scoped, budgeted and designed; constructed safely, on schedule, within budget, with good quality, with minimal operational impacts and with positive effects on overall security. EDUCATION: Bachelor's Degree or Master's Degree in Engineering or architecture required. EXPERIENCE: 8 - 10 years of diversified professional engineering/architecture experience of which no less than 3 years have been in project management roles of increasing complexity. Experience in design and construction related to capital improvement projects is required. Familiarity with state and federal agencies' planning, design and construction standards (e.g., MassDOT, FHWA, FAA, etc.). Experience in construction management and management of public agency projects is desirable. For a detailed description and to apply, use the URL below and click on the job title you are interested in and then click on the "Apply" link! http://agency.governmentjobs.com/massport/default.cfm
MANAGER, GROUND TRANSPORTATION
The San Diego Airport Authority is proud of its team members, have a high performing culture and we challenge ourselves through innovations...we work fast, value each other and have fun along the way. We have an awesome opportunity for an avid individual as Manager, Ground Transportation. The ideal candidate will have strong interpersonal, team-building, problem-solving, and critical-thinking skills; along with demonstrated experience in managing multiple projects at once. In this position, you will play an active role leading teams engaged in airport ground transportation activities, building cross-departmental relationships, understanding challenges and improving operational processes, and solving complex problems to achieve the organization''s strategic objectives.
DIRECTOR, AIRPORT PLANNING & NOISE MITIGATION
San Diego International Airport seeks a motivated leader to join the Development division as Director, Airport Planning & Noise Mitigation. This role will work collaboratively to manage a range of strategic organizational initiatives required to assure we are community minded, customer-centered, and business-driven. You will have the opportunity to: Lead a team of skilled professionals who support our airport planning, land use and noise mitigation programs; Establish effective relationships with Federal and State Government Agencies; Play a key role in supporting the implementation and execution of our Airport Development Program. A successful applicant will demonstrate: Ability to form productive relationships with coworkers, members of the community and regional partners; Experience in dealing with aircraft noise matters; Ability to develop a diverse team of professionals through leadership; Knowledge of transportation network and land use planning; Experience with Master planning and executing master plans
AIRPORT SECURITY COORDINATOR
Airport Security Coordinator (board approval pending) Glacier Park International Airport/FMAA $18-$20/hr (full time/ permanent) Application Deadline: June 2, 2017 at 4:30 PM Mountain Time 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. Incumbent will perform all other duties as assigned. To apply for this position, please submit a cover letter and resume to Ian McKay, Deputy Airport Director: email@example.com or 4170 Highway 2 East, Kalispell, MT 59901
AIRPORT OPERATIONS SPECIALIST
Under the supervision and direction of the Airport Manager/Operations Supervisor, this is a full-time position with Dickinson Municipal Airport Authority, maintaining all aspects of Theodore Roosevelt Regional Airport. Position demands a high level of professionalism and involves multiple duties including, but not limited to, facilities and airfield maintenance, organizing, inventorying, airport supplies, interacting with airport stakeholders, tenants, and cooperative agencies, responding to medical emergencies as an Aircraft Rescue Fire Fighter (ARFF), participating in department educational and training programs.
Provides overall legal guidance to the Metropolitan Airports Commission. Interprets and clarifies pending or enacted laws and ordinances, and advises MAC officials of their legal implications. Represents MAC in Court of Law or before any board or agency in which legal matters are involved. Prepares and/or supervises the preparation of all legal documents, advises the Board of Commissioners regarding the legal aspects of all MAC business operations and directs the legal department staff and operations.
Tooele County is looking for a highly skilled individual to administer managerial, supervisory and administrative tasks related to the day-to-day business operations of the Tooele County Wendover Airport, including the fixed-based operation, in accordance with the rules, regulations, by-laws, policies and decisions as established and directed by the Airport Director, Airport Board and Tooele County Commission. Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Management experience involving at least 12 direct employees. Working knowledge of good management principles. Knowledge of the principles and procedures involved in the operations of a commercial service airport. Knowledge of safety considerations in the operation of an FAR Part 139 certificated airport. Thorough knowledge of aviation procedures and terminology. Ability to plan and direct comprehensive airport operations programs. Ability to develop and implement safety operations, standards and practices.
DIVISION MANAGER - AIRPORT OPERATIONS
The Department of Aviation is looking for a Division Manager – Airport Operations to manage the Aviation facilities at the Dayton International Airport. RESPONSIBILITIES: This position is responsible for ensuring all Department of Aviation facilities, systems, and equipment are maintained in accordance with industry standards and to exceed customer expectations for safety, aesthetics, convenience, reliability and value. The facilities involved are the terminal building and all other City of Dayton-owned buildings, roadways and grounds, and airfield pavements and grounds. The systems and equipment-related components consist of mechanical/electrical/plumbing systems, fire detection and protection, and all City of Dayton owned vehicles including heavy equipment. This position oversees the activities of the terminal maintenance, airfield maintenance, and garage maintenance and airport operations staff and includes the FAA Part 139 compliance responsibility.
Miami-Dade County’s Aviation Department is seeking an Assistant Director responsible for directing and coordinating the Facilities Management Division. This Division consists of Facilities Maintenance, Maintenance Planning Engineering and Construction, Facilities and General Aviation Airports Maintenance and Terminal Building Maintenance including 15 million square feet of interior spaces and approximately 40 acres of landscape. Directs, manages, coordinates, prepares, implements, monitors, and controls the Division''s operations , $117 million budget, including personnel, benefits, miscellaneous contracts, tools, equipment, Reserve Maintenance, Fleet Management, and various systems. Establishes and manages construction projects valued at $25 million under the Reserve Maintenance (RM) Fund and $10 million in capital improvement funds. Directs, coordinates and monitors procurement and management of Miscellaneous Construction Contracts 7040 Work Order-Based CSBE Program of Contractors for Emergency/Priority Maintenance Work. Administers and oversees Fleet Management System and MDAD''s Automated People Mover System, providing transportation to the off-site Rental Car Center (RCC) and various concourses.
The Training Supervisor is a member of the Securitas Management Team at Detroit Metropolitan Airport. He or she reports to the Account Manager and provides initial and re-current training of all Contract security personnel at DTW and YIP. The Training Supervisor shall have a minimum of one (1) year supervisory or management experience. It is preferred that the individual has training experience. The Training Supervisor shall be assigned to a variety of shifts as needed to provide security officer training. Coaches, trains, and develops security officers and supervisors as it relates to training provided; Promotes employee retention initiatives through training drivers. The position is permanently assigned to Detroit Metropolitan Airport.
Under the supervision of the Security Account Manager, the Performance Manager is responsible for ensuring the daily security operation runs in a safe, efficient and cost effective manner. The Performance Manager will provide on-site testing, observations and necessary training to audit and improve the security guards'' knowledge, skills and abilities with respect to the assigned post, post orders duties, TSA and FAA regulations, and contingencies at Detroit Metropolitan Airport.
The Administrative Assistant will provide administrative support for the SCIS Account Manager at Detroit Metropolitan Airport and for the entire Management Team, including the Assistant Account Manager, Training Supervisor, and Performance Manager. The SCIS Administrative Assistant will also work closely with the local Securitas Administrative support team. Providing administrative and operational support, maintaining working schedules for security guards, supervisors, and trainers, producing monthly and quarterly reports, maintaining personnel rosters and distributing them to managers and supervisors as needed. Carrying out other duties as necessary.
ACCOUNT MANAGER - AVIATION
Manages the security services and related operations provided to an assigned Aviation account including client service and problem resolution, operational effectiveness, preparation of post orders, staffing, scheduling, supervision and training. Distinguishing Characteristics: Performs a variety of management functions for assigned account; may be assigned a rank, as defined by client contract. Does not perform Security Officer Duties except on a limited, relief or emergency basis. Syracuse, New York.
DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS
The Director of Operations at Fort Smith Regional Airport 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.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS AND SECURITY SPECIALIST
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 seeks an Airport Operations and Security Specialist for our Herndon, Virginia, office. The Airport Operations and Security Specialist provides project coordination and subject matter expertise in support of the airport safety and security-related activities, programs, and initiatives of the Association. S/he coordinates with and acts as a liaison between ALPA and appropriate government agencies, law enforcement and intelligence organizations, and the aviation industry. Assists in the development of programs to train ALPA representatives performing airport liaison and security work on behalf of the Association. S/he also creates and/or expands his/her network of government and industry contacts. Develops communications to membership, government, and industry groups on a wide variety of airport, security-related, and other issues, as needed, in coordination with Association leadership and staff.
PROJECT CONTROLS MANAGER
We are seeking a full-time Project Controls Manager for our Dallas, Texas office. This position will participate in major airline facility development projects and will support senior project managers and program management activities. The Project Controls Manager will be part of the Program leadership teams with direct responsibilities that include strategic and financial planning, cost controls, auditing, financial analysis and reporting. The current opening is for a Project Controls Manager on the Maintenance Hangar Projects at HOU and PHX for Southwest Airlines.
MANAGER, DESIGN DEPARTMENT
The Manager, Design Department in the Office of Engineering, Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority manages the Department and acts as principal technical advisor to the Vice President for Engineering and the President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) on architectural and engineering design management at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA), Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD), Dulles Access Road, and Dulles Toll Road. Manages all facets of architectural and engineering design for Capital Construction Program (CCP) projects and larger projects funded by the Capital, Operating and Maintenance Investment Program (COMIP) at both Airports. Provides engineering design technical guidance, advice, and approval for all projects on Airports Authority property including airline and vendor tenant projects and Virginia Department of Transportation and Dulles Corridor Metrorail Project projects. Conceives and recommends design studies; develops and implements plans for design projects; monitors/oversees the evaluation of design/construction proposals and the selection of firms for contract award.
AIRLINE SCHEDULING COORDINATOR - PORT OF SEATTLE
Responsible for scheduling airport shared facilities and resources such as gates, aircraft parking stands, common-use ticket counters and baggage systems. Develop and maintain advanced gated flight schedules and resource allocations for air carriers by applying developed airport business rules. Function as subject matter expert and liaison regarding the scheduling of shared facilities within the airport. Serve as the system administrator for the INFORM GroundStar Airport Operations Database (AODB) and Resource Management System (RMS), which includes live and seasonal schedule environments. Develop existing RMS and AODB systems to provide capacity for future data demands and position airport to better leverage technology in the future. Provide input for the development and modification of airport resource utilization strategy. Respond to Airport emergency situations 24/7 on-call as well as serve as an active member of Snow Team, working 12 hours on, 12 hours off during snow events in an Incident Command structure.
PROJECT CONTROLS MANAGER
We are seeking a full-time Project Controls Manager for our Program Management Office at LAX. This position will participate in major airline facility development projects and will support senior project managers and program management activities. The Project Controls Manager will be part of the Program leadership team with direct responsibilities that include strategic and financial planning, cost controls, auditing, financial analysis and reporting. The current opening is for a Project Controls Manager on the LAX Terminal Redevelopment Project, a $573 million project for United Airlines at Terminals 7 and 8. Please email resumes and related inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org.
DIRECTOR - FINANCIAL SERVICES
The Director – Financial Services provides financial analysis and support to the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (H-JAIA) Airlines Liaison Team by developing ad hoc analytical reports, and researching and conducting analyses of various comprehensive airline and airport financial data. The position creates and maintains financial models, provides accurate client reports, reviews budgets, manages revenue projections, and assists in finding solutions to capital program budget funding challenges. A bachelor's degree in finance and/or accounting from an accredited institution and five years of progressive finance and/or accounting experience required. CPA Certification and/or MBA is preferred. Proficiency in Microsoft Office with an emphasis on Excel skills is required. Must be able to demonstrate excellent oral and written communication skills. Please email resumes or related inquiries to email@example.com.
SENIOR FINANCIAL ANALYST - AVIATION
Act as a finance partner supporting specific lines of business in the Aviation Division at the Port of Seattle. Responsibilities include financial analysis, financial performance reporting, forecasting cash flows, managing the annual budget development process, calculating rates for cost recovery, and providing strategic input on business issues and opportunities. *Rates and Charges Development *Budget Development *Financial Performance Reporting *Forecasts *Financial Analysis *Business-specific tasks and functional lead roles. QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor's degree in Business, Finance, Accounting, or related field. Three (3) years of experience performing Finance partner functions. 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.
AIRPORT DUTY MANAGER - PORT OF SEATTLE
Oversee the day-to-day operation of the airport, including the airfield, terminal, and landside. Ensure that the airport operates safely, efficiently, and in compliance with all local, state, and federal regulations. Serve as the primary point of contact for information regarding safety, security, compliance, construction, airlines, passengers, tenants, and airport neighbors. Broad-based knowledge of airport and airline operations and safety management system, theory, systems, and design. Thorough knowledge of 14 CFR parts 77 and 139, associated Advisory Circulars, 49 CFR 1500 series, the Airport Certification Manual, Title 49 part 1542, and NIMS. The ability to interpret technical journals and read construction drawings. Knowledge and understanding of all subsections of FAR 139 including surface movement guidance and control systems, wildlife management, emergency planning, snow removal, and foreign object debris . Familiarity with various government agencies, including the FAA, Customs and Border Protection, and the Transportation Security Administration.
SR. MANAGER COMMUNICATIONS - AVIATION MARKETING
Meet the current and emerging needs of the Port of Seattle’s Aviation Division with cohesive marketing campaigns and products for multiple airport-related projects and programs. Provide comprehensive leadership and marketing communications coordination with the Aviation division leaders who are responsible for multiple initiatives. Provide communications leadership coordination (non-media) in the development of external messages and materials to support major programs/projects. Develop a comprehensive program to strategically employ various airport capabilities (e.g. airport advertising (paid and unpaid), special displays and other visual opportunities) that enables POS to work with stakeholders to build awareness and bolster related economic development throughout our state. Provide marketing communications leadership, in coordination with Aviation Customer Service, in an update of the Port's brand promise and ensuring one-port alignment. Collaborate with ports Aviation sales executives to partner with existing efforts and develop new initiatives that better convey Seattle's pre-eminence as a global city.
MID-LEVEL CIVIL ENGINEER
CHA Consulting, Inc. is currently seeking a Mid-Level Civil Engineer to join our Aviation Services Group in the Nashville, TN office.
Ricondo & Associates, Inc. is in search of a Managing Consultant who will be responsible for performing advanced forecasting and business planning analyses for airport clients. Role will include supervision, training and direction to subordinate staff. Key responsibilities include: Performs project management, prepares scopes of work, and project budgets. Develops overall project assignment approach/plan with client/task leader. Identifies staff required to accomplish assigned tasks. Develops analysis methodology, task techniques and plan with client/task leader. Defines problems and coordinates with client/task leader. Formulates preliminary conclusions and recommendations on other assignments. Reviews and coordinates technical progress of junior team members. Develops final report outline and prepares complete reports and deliverables. Prepares and participates in client presentations, and technical proposals. Provides technical assistance and written recommendations on airport planning studies. Participates in development of proposals, marketing/business objectives and strategy, and attends conferences. Performs related work as required.
Ricondo and Associates, Inc. is in search of a Senior Consultant who will be responsible for performing advanced planning duties in research, development, and implementation of aviation programs, projects and studies in the areas of physical, environmental, and financial planning. Role includes supervision, training, and direction to subordinate staff. Conducts field surveys, investigations, and collects data in support of airport planning studies. Consults with fellow employees and senior staff concerning the compilation, interpretation, and presentation of research data for airport planning studies. Prepares draft sections of reports and deliverables based on verbal and written inputs from others as well as individual efforts. Assists in developing, formatting, publishing, and distributing tables, charts, manuals, and maps that deal with existing and proposed airport planning studies. Develops and maintains electronic data sets, files, runs and troubleshoots existing programs. Responds to requests for data and information from internal staff and external clients, organizations, various agencies, and the public.
Ricondo & Associates, Inc. is in search of a Managing Consultant who will be responsible for performing advanced forecasting and business planning analyses for airport clients. Role will include supervision, training and direction to subordinate staff. Key responsibilities include: Management of Staff and Work Product. Train and develop staff. Conduct/participate in staff reviews. Ensure quality of client deliverables. Prioritize work streams and tasks. Coordinate and manage use of staff resources. Business Development: Assist in various efforts to secure new business (development of proposals, project scoping, budgeting/estimating). Participate in interview process with potential clients. Develop and update marketing materials related to relevant business areas. Thought Leadership and Process Improvement: Participate in the continual improvement process of analytical capabilities including: Construction and logic of forecast efforts. Standardization of data inputs (e.g., development and management of airline fleet outlook). Standardization and improvement of forecast models and outputs.
Ricondo & Associates, Inc. is in search of a Senior Consultant who will be responsible for performing advanced planning duties in research, development, and implementation of aviation programs, projects and studies in the areas of physical, environmental, and financial planning. Role will include supervision, training, and direction to subordinate staff. Key responsibilities include: Conducts field surveys, investigations, and collects data in support of airport planning studies. Consults with fellow employees and senior staff concerning the compilation, interpretation, and presentation of research data for airport planning studies. Prepares draft sections of reports and deliverables based on verbal and written inputs from others as well as individual efforts. Assists in developing, formatting, publishing, and distributing tables, charts, manuals, and maps that deal with existing and proposed airport planning studies. Provides advice, technical assistance, and written recommendations on airport planning studies. Develops and maintains electronic data sets, files, runs and troubleshoots existing programs.
Ricondo & Associates, Inc. is in search of a Senior Consultant who will be responsible for performing technical studies and analyses related to airport facilities planning with an emphasis on ground transportation, parking facilities, terminals, and airport support facilities. Role will include training and direction to subordinate staff. Key responsibilities include: Capacity analysis and requirements for ground airport facilities, alternatives development, layout plans and CAD support. Conducts field surveys, investigations, and collects data in support of airport planning studies. Consults with fellow employees and senior staff concerning the compilation, interpretation, and presentation of research data for airport planning studies. Prepares draft sections of reports and deliverables based on verbal and written inputs from others as well as individual efforts. Assists in developing, formatting, publishing, and distributing tables, charts, manuals, and maps that deal with existing and proposed airport planning studies. Provides advice, technical assistance, and written recommendations on airport planning studies.
RS&H, Inc., an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, or protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability.
AIRFIELD MANAGER & ASSISTANT AIRFIELD MANAGER
EAST O&M, LLC, is currently seeking candidates to fill the Airfield Manager and Assistant Airfield Manager positions at Youngstown ARS, OH Position requires performance of a variety of Airfield Management services pertaining to pre-flight planning, coordination and maintaining liaison with military, federal, internal and local agencies concerning flight planning, training routes utilization, flight movement messages and search and rescue operations. Additional duties include but not limited to that of airfield inspections and checks to ensure compliance with Air Force Instructions and FAA criteria, provide flight following services, maintain and process NOTAMs. Requires three (3) years' management experience in airfield management., Candidate must have been awarded USAF AFM certification and completion of the Advanced Airfield Managers course (or equivalent education and experience executing AM duties). An Associate's Degree is preferred. Secret security clearance desirable. Please send resume, qualifications and salary requirements to firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information, visit
RS&H, Inc. We are currently seeking an Airfield Engineer to join the Aviation Practice. Our aviation experts are recognized, industry leaders who provide cutting-edge solutions that shape the future of aviation in four broad service areas: airfields, buildings, environmental, and planning. From large hub to small hub, commercial to private, you can help create aviation systems that serve communities around the world. For more information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/8637386.
We are currently seeking an experienced Project Architect/Project Manager for our Aviation Practice. Our aviation experts are recognized, industry leaders who provide cutting-edge solutions that shape the future of aviation in four broad service areas: airfields, buildings, environmental, and planning. From large hub to small hub, commercial to private, you can help create aviation systems that serve communities around the world. For more information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/8635034.
AIRFIELD ENGINEER/PROJECT MANAGER
RS&H, Inc. An Equal Opportunity Employer. We are currently seeking an Airfield Engineer/Project Manager to join the Aviation Practice. Our aviation experts are recognized, industry leaders who provide cutting-edge solutions that shape the future of aviation in four broad service areas: airfields, buildings, environmental, and planning. From large hub to small hub, commercial to private, you can help create aviation systems that serve communities around the world. For more information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/8590030.
RS&H, Inc. We are currently seeking an experienced Project Architect/Project Manager for our Aviation Practice. Qualifications: 5-year Bachelor's or Master Degree in Architecture from an accredited university. Must be a registered architect in good standing and able to obtain reciprocity. Seven to 15 years of related experience. Some travel is required to serve our wide-spread clients. Knowledge of the aviation market-sector's unique challenges for planning, design and regulation is strongly preferred. Strong proficiency in Revit and AutoCAD. Additonal software skills in Sketchup, 3D Studio Max and Photoshop are valued. For more information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/8576970.
RS&H, Inc., an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, or protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability. RS&H provides fully integrated architecture, engineering, and consulting services to help clients realize their most complex facility and infrastructure projects for land, air, and space. We are committed to bringing extraordinary solutions to our clients through the promise of imagination, ingenuity, and innovation. With a tradition of excellence that began in 1941, we are consistently ranked among the nation's top 100 design firms. We attribute our success to an unwavering commitment to our core values of: integrity, quality service, business success and valuing associates. For more information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/8554081.
ENTRY LEVEL PLANNER
RS&H, Inc. An Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, or protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability.Please view Equal Employment Opportunity Posters provided by OFCCP here.The Opportunity:We are seeking an entry-level Aviation Planning candidate to serve as part of our Planning Service Group which provides support and consulting expertise to aviation clients on a national and international level. You will be responsible for assisting aviation planning staff on master plans, terminal and site plans, ALP development, support on environmental assessments and other aviation-specific technical assignments. In this role you will work under direct supervision of others. For more information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/8548999.
We are currently seeking an experienced Project Architect/Project Manager for our Aviation Practice. Our aviation experts are recognized, industry leaders who provide cutting-edge solutions that shape the future of aviation in four broad service areas: airfields, buildings, environmental, and planning. Qualifications: 5-year Bachelor's degree in Architecture from an accredited university Must be a registered architect in good standing and able to obtain reciprocity. Minimum 7 years of related experience Thorough knowledge of architectural design, drafting, detailing, building materials, building codes, construction techniques and costs Proven knowledge of general architecture practice including programming, site planning, civil, structural, mechanical and electrical engineering. Stong analytical, oral and written communication skills. Ability to build quick rapport. Skilled in the areas of problem identification and solving skills Knowledge of the aviation market sector's unique challenges for planning, design and regulation is preferred. For more information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/8511807.
RS&H provides fully integrated architecture, engineering, and consulting services to help clients realize their most complex facility and infrastructure projects for land, air, and space. We are committed to bringing extraordinary solutions to our clients through the promise of imagination, ingenuity, and innovation. With a tradition of excellence that began in 1941, we are consistently ranked among the nation's top 100 design firms. We attribute our success to an unwavering commitment to our core values of: integrity, quality service, business success and valuing associates. For more information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/8409536.