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CONSTRUCTION ENGINEER (CIVIL)
We are seeking a Construction Engineer (Civil) to join our team. The Qualified candidate must be a dynamic & resourceful individual who has direct hands-on experience in construction engineering (civil). PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITES: As a Civil Engineer for Construction, the successful candidate will manage and administer major construction projects for the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority. ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILTIES: Manages and administers Capital Construction Program (CCP) projects and large projects funded by the Capital, Operating and Maintenance Investment Program (COMIP) throughout the Airports Authority including projects at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA), Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD), the Dulles International Airport Access Highway (DIAAH), and the Dulles Toll Road (DTR). Performs special studies and projects to establish and improve construction scheduling, quality assurance, cost control, progress reporting, and safety.
The San Luis Obispo Regional Airport is conducting an open recruitment for a new position of Deputy Director for Administration. The individual in this role will be a key member of the Airport's senior leadership team and play an instrumental role in the overall strategic direction of the airport. The individual selected for this role will report directly to the Airport Director and have responsibility for all aspects of the Administration of the Airport. They will have overall responsibility managing the Airports finance, administration and business development functions. Additionally, the individual will be responsible for the development of the Airports marketing strategy to promote air service and other airport activities. This position is open until filled.
AIR SERVICE DEVELOPMENT MANAGER
Salary: between $6,551.00 and $7,864.00 per month Education: A bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in business administration, marketing, aviation, or a related field. Work experience: Five years of full-time professional experience in aviation service development, including two years of supervisory experience. Essential Job Functions: Supervise the execution of long and short-term air service development plans. Expand cargo and passenger growth; maintain a strong presence in the aviation air service development community. Work directly with the Director of Aviation to develop regional strategy for strengthening air service with other regional airports. Develop strong relationships with current and potential customers. Research economic impact of air service in Colorado Springs. Conduct research on passenger, cargo, and general aviation service. Closing date: 03/01/2018 04:00 PM Online Application: Please visit https://colorado springs.gov/jobs and click on 'Apply for a City Career' > 'City Career Postings - Apply Now' button.
AIRPORTS OPERATIONS OFFICER
Salary:$21.78 Per Hour Department:Airports/Operations and Maintenance Location:Palm Beach International Airport (PBIA), WPB Hours:40 Variable hours/week; will be required to work rotating shifts, holidays, weekends and stand-by. Other:Ability to lift 50 pounds preferred. Valid Florida Driver’s License and PBC Risk Management Department driving history approval prior to appointment. Requires successful completion of TSA Criminal History Records Check & Security Threat Assessment prior to appointment and the ability to maintain these clearances as a condition of employment.
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
The Position The Birmingham Airport Authority is looking for a dynamic, approachable and successful change leader with at least 10 years of experience in the management of a commercial service airport. This person's experience should exhibit innovative progress, strong stakeholder and community engagement, plus a focus on teams and organizational development as it relates to commercial aviation management. The ideal candidate must have a strong working knowledge of airport matters as it relates to operations, administration, planning and engineering, marketing, business and revenue development.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS SUPERVISOR
The Billings Logan International Airport is seeking an Airport Operations Supervisor. Bachelor’s degree with course work in airport administration, business management, fire science, or a related field. Three years of progressively responsible airport operations experience related to construction, facility maintenance, operation of heavy equipment, snow removal, and firefighting. Two years of supervisory experience is preferred. Possession of or ability to obtain a commercial driver's license and EMT certification. Experience with city government and the aviation industry are preferred. $26.48 – $29.18/hour DOE, plus excellent benefits, including overtime and standby. Current hourly wage tops out at $35.47/hour. The application and supporting documents can be submitted online at www.ci.billings.mt.us or to City of Billings, Human Resources, 210 N. 27th Street, Billings, MT 59101. Pre-employment drug testing and a Federal fingerprint based criminal history check are required. EOE. Applications must be received by 5:00 p.m. on Friday, March 16, 2018.
St. Joseph County Airport Authority (SJCAA) is seeking an enthusiastic, forward-thinking individual for the position of Operations Specialist. This position is responsible for maintaining airport compliance with Federal Aviation Regulations Part 77 and 139, Transportation Security Regulations 1540 series, and all other applicable statutes, regulations and requirements to ensure the safety and security of all airport users. Duties will include airside and landside inspections, response to all emergency situations, NOTAM management, and serve in a liaison capacity between airport management, tenants and the public. All employees are expected to be part of our customer service team as Dedicated Customer Care Specialists. Weekends, holidays and shift work required. Starting wage is $14.00 per hour. Applications must be received by February 28, 2018.
Hoyle, Tanner is growing, and workload in the Aviation discipline is expanding. We are seeking a candidate, with a passion for aviation, who understands the business aspects of Airport Development and has a record of success with transportation infrastructure planning. The position is focused on airport clients but can expand to other forms of surface transportation in response to regional multi-modal thinking. As an Airport Planner in our Aviation Services Group you will: Perform Airport Layout Plan updates. Manage various projects and studies including; avigation easement and land acquisition, Small Unmanned Aerial System (sUAS) 3D analysis, obstruction analysis, Master Plan updates, noise studies, heliport planning and improvement, etc. You will also be involved in our established sUAS data program, and in other surface transportation planning projects. The position can be based in any of our offices with N. Andover, MA as the preferred location.
AIRPORT FINANCE SENIOR ADVISORY PROFESSIONAL
LeighFisher Seeks Senior-Level Advisory Professionals, Airport Business and Finance Burlingame, CA and Cincinnati, OH LeighFisher, a global transportation management consulting firm, seeks highly motivated individuals for its U.S. aviation business and finance practice. LeighFisher looks for outstanding candidates with strong credentials and a passion for client service, who enjoy teamwork on cutting-edge aviation projects. LeighFisher has provided advisory services to 80% of the large- and medium-hub airports in the United States. LeighFisher’s aviation management consulting services include: Financial analysis and planning, Financial feasibility studies, Privatization advisory, Commercial and concessions development, Management and organizational development, Forecasting; economic analysis, Ground transportation and parking planning, Rental car advisory and planning. For consideration please submit a resume and cover letter to email@example.com. Our recruitment brochure for this position can be found at: http://www.leighfisher.com/library/recruiting_brochure.pdf. For more information on careers with LeighFisher, visit http://www.leighfisher.com.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS COORDINATOR
The City of La Crosse, La Crosse Regional Airport, WI is recruiting for the position of AIRPORT OPERATIONS COORDINATOR at the La Crosse Regional Airport. This position involves performing a variety of specialized and detailed tasks in support of Airport Operations, Aviation Security, and Public Safety. Position responds to aircraft fire emergencies, complies with Transportation Security Regulations Parts 1540 and 1542 and Federal Aviation Regulations Part 139, and completes various logs and reports supporting airport operations. The perfect candidate for this position is a team orientated self-starter who has the drive and desire to learn on a daily basis and to master the various skills needed in airport operations. Candidates must be able to work in a team atmosphere as well as individually with minimal supervision. Customer service skills are a must as the Airport values positive interactions with all of our customers including internal stakeholder, tenants, and airline passengers.
SENIOR AIRPORT PLANNER - DENVER INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
Airside Planner– Performs aviation planning including developing the vision and implementation for DEN growth; analyses of trends and forecasting; ensuring compliance with FAA standards and regulations; coordination with stakeholders, to include, airlines, FAA, DEN Airport Operations; aircraft gate layout and expansion options; airfield and airspace optimization and simulations; facility development; construction phasing and alternative scenarios; problem recognition and solutions; coordination with airside project management teams to identifying project adjacencies to lessen impact on operations. Landside Planner – Performs landside planning studies and analyses including compatible land use; Transit Oriented Development (TOD); infrastructure development; transportation related trending and forecasting; transportation planning (roadway and transit); rental car facility planning; site selection; landside facility requirements; FAA aviation impact analyses; extensive coordination with surrounding jurisdictions and other agencies to ensure compatible land uses vis-à-vis aircraft noise and FAR Part 77 height restrictions; provides agency referral development reviews; urban planning and design; alternative scenario development.
ASSISTANT COMMISSIONER OF AIRPORTS - BURKE LAKEFRONT AIRPORT
This position reports to the Commissioner of Airports. Under administrative direction, assists in the management of airport operations. Oversees the activities of Field Maintenance, Building Maintenance, Electrical Maintenance, and Custodial Services. Serves as liaison for airport and external organizations. Coordinates work section activities with other airport operations. Interfaces with FAA officials and communicates FAA requirements to airport personnel. Oversees enforcement of FAA requirements. Serves as acting Commissioner as directed. Performs other job-related duties as required.
CHIEF INFORMATION OFFICER - AIRPORT
A direct report to the Director of the Cleveland Airport System, this position is the Chief Information Officer for the Cleveland Airport System and oversees the Division of Information Technology Services. This position is primarily responsible for overseeing matters related to planning, designing, implementing, monitoring, and administering information technology services and systems at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport and Burke Lakefront Airport. This responsibility also includes insuring that all technology services and systems are reliable and secure. Furthermore, this position is responsible for developing the Airport System's short and long term technology development plans and programs. this effort includes preparing the Information Technology Master Plan and Annual Strategic Plans. In addition, there may be other duties as assigned.
AIRPORT SAFETY MANAGER (ARFF)
Under administrative direction, directs and coordinates the functions and daily activities of the Airport Rescue and Firefighting (ARFF) section for Cleveland Hopkins International and Burke Lakefront Airports. Commands and directs all emergency aircraft incidents and EMS operations on airport property including, but limited to, aircraft emergencies, building fires, HAZMET emergencies, and Weapons of Mass Destruction/Infrared Explosive Devices (WMD/IED) emergencies. Assumes emergency radio communication. Interprets FAA and NTSB regulations, advisory circulars, and NFPA standards and determines procedures and policies accordingly.Develops training programs related to airport firefighting, EMS and airport disaster pre-planning.Holds all tabletop and live drills as required by the Airport Emergency Plan (AEP). Inspects station, personnel, apparatus and equipment. Maintains necessary records and prepares reports. Oversees all reports and logs of subordinates. Develops and manages operational budget. Maintains good working relationships with local fire departments and mutual aid support agencies. Performs other job-related duties as required.
Create short term and long range Master Plans and Studies for the Airport. Coordinate with internal divisions of the Airport to document and create long term facilities goals, needs and future expansion options. Coordinate with the Capital Planning Office, Transportation Office and Real Estate Offices on land planning. Coordinate with external agencies like the FAA, TSA, TXDOT, Capital Metro to integrate and review concepts, designs and plans. Help to prepare grant documentation and applications. Conduct field verifications of existing facilities. Work with Capital Planning Program Manager to plan and budget new projects. Work with consultants to perform studies and analyses of the Airport. Integrate GIS into the Airports planning and maintenance system. Responsibilities: Develops and administers the Airport Master Plan to include collaborating with management with system planning and capacity enhancement programs for sustaining and improving the airport’s infrastructure and facilities.
PROGRAM MANAGEMENT SUPERVISOR
The Project Management Supervisor will be responsible for the management and supervision of professional staff works coordinating various engineering and architectural projects and serves as team leader on airport projects. Austin Bergstrom International Airport capital construction activity and expansion in the next 10 years will be over $1 billion. The airport has a new large number of airport projects over the next 5 ?10 years. The Project Management Supervisor will ensure customer service and the airport is operating in a safe and secure manner during project construction. This position serves as airport primary liaison with contractors, consultants, and airport division and other City Departments.
AIRSIDE OPERATIONS SPECIALIST
Reporting to: Airside Operations Supervisor Dispatches law enforcement, fire, operations and maintenance personnel via two-way radio to security, safety, and emergency incidents in coordination and cooperation with surrounding governmental agencies. Utilizes the California Law Enforcement System (CLETS) and the Justice Data Interface Controller (JDIC) software to assist law enforcement personnel to verify outstanding wants, warrants, NCIC, and DMV records. Communicates with mutual aid agencies in accordance with the National Incident Management System (NIMS) and the Airport Emergency Plan (AEP). Monitors the Automated License Plate Recognition System (ALRPS) on behalf of the Airport Police Department. Monitors and operates the Access Control Systems (ACS) and Digital Surveillance Video System (DVSS). Maintains daily operations and law enforcement records, report logs, contractor tracker and checklists. Part 139 inspections related to pavement management, signage, markings, lighting, wildlife mitigation, safety areas, aircraft operations and NAVAIDS
PROJECT MANAGER IN AVIATION PLANNING - CMT
Crawford, Murphy & Tilly (CMT) is seeking a Project Manager in Aviation Planning to assist clients in developing and implementing their vision which could include managing a variety of initiatives (master plan updates, airport layout plans, environmental studies, justification documents, land acquisition, stakeholder engagement, etc.). The Project Manager will have an active role in the development and execution of business development strategies and implementation of strategic initiatives.The successful candidate will have a Bachelor's or Master's Degree in airport management, planning, aviation science, or engineering and Demonstrated experience (5+ years) in providing airport planning services including but not limited to master planning, GIS development, airspace analysis, benefit-cost analysis, and environmental documentation.Posting Deadline: Open Until Filled
ENTRY-LEVEL CIVIL ENGINEER
Mead & Hunt, Inc., a nationally recognized professional services consulting firm has a position available for an entry-level civil engineer to join our aviation group. Responsibilities include analyzing and preparing engineering reports, specifications, construction cost estimates, and plans for various airport design projects; performing drafting tasks in AutoCAD and Civil3D to generate plan sheets; assisting with construction administration tasks including working in the field at project sites (weekends and nights, as needed); and reading and interpreting FAA Advisory Circulars, geotechnical reports, and survey data to utilize in project designs. Some travel will be required including working on-site at various airport locations.
ENTRY-LEVEL CIVIL ENGINEER(S)
Mead & Hunt, Inc., a nationally recognized professional services consulting firm has one or more positions available for entry-level civil engineer(s) to join our aviation group. These positions could be based in our Santa Rosa, Sacramento, or Ontario, CA office locations. Responsibilities include assisting with project scoping, design, and construction observation for aviation projects; assisting with the coordination of survey and geotechnical data collection; assisting with civil design and drafting efforts; preparing construction quantity estimates; drafting sections for technical reports; coordination of specifications and utilities; identifying and reviewing field surveys. Some travel will be required including working on-site at various airport locations.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS MANAGER
JOB DETAILS: Responsibilities include the inspection of airside, terminal, and landside facilities. Other duties include coordinating airport construction, snow removal coordination, issuing NOTAMs, ensuring FAR Part 139 compliance, coordinating special events, enforcing environmental regulations, oversight of wildlife hazard mitigation program, responding to emergencies, and other duties as assigned. Reviews and acts on matters involving safety, security, customer service, and other situations as they impact tenants and passengers. Intermediate skill level or above in Microsoft Office to include Word, Excel, Publisher, Power Point and Outlook. Manages work with goal of maximizing safety and security with minimal disruption to Airport operations. Develops and implements approved Airport security, certification, and safety programs in accordance with FAA and TSA regulations and Airport Authority guidelines. Reacts and responds to incidents, events, problems, and complaints in a professional manner with the authority to take appropriate actions. Additional information can be found on the Airport’s website: https://bishopairport.org/business-fnt/employment-opportunities/job-opportunities
AIRPORT SERVICES MANAGER
Application Deadline: Friday, March 2, 2018 5:00 p.m. Accepting on-line applications only. Apply at www.eugene-or.gov/jobs. Under general direction, plans, organizes, and manages the airport services program area including marketing, public relations, customer service, tenant and general aviation issues at the Eugene Airport. Performs research and analysis on issues relating to the passenger experience, tenant support and compliance, and general aviation activities. Provides complex staff assistance and analytical information to the Assistant Airport Director regarding public relations, tenant relations and overall customer service. Performs independent analysis of issues and responds to stakeholder and customer concerns. Plans, implements, and manages the public information and public relations program, serves as Public Information Officer. Develops and implements marketing, advertising, and community outreach program. Manages the indoor advertising program for the Airport and is responsible for selling advertisement opportunities.
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR - MLI
The Metropolitan Airport Authority of Rock Island County is seeking an Executive Director for the Quad City International Airport (MLI). The Executive Director is responsible for the overall business and financial administration, planning, operations, and development of the airport. The Executive Director exercises considerable independent and responsible judgement and provides oversight, coordination, direction and development of Airport Strategic Plan, Airport Layout Plan, business policies, and procedures and ensures compliance with the by-laws of the Metropolitan Airport Authority.The ideal candidate will have an undergraduate degree in Aviation Administration, Public Administration or closely related field or equivalent experience in a related field that provides the appropriate level of knowledge and exposure necessary to perform duties. Professional certification in aviation administration is a plus.Posting Deadline: March 9, 2018.
OPERATIONS COORDINATOR/RAMP CONTROLLER
General Responsibilities: The role of the entry level position is to coordinate the general operations of Terminal 2 and the Resource Management Center through the performance of a variety of duties as dictated by operational requirements that include; providing commercial pilots with pushback and taxi instructions through a VHF frequency, responsible for allocation and management of Terminal signage(gates, ticketing, reclaim belts, etc.), assign and communicate common use resources to RDU partner airlines, Terminal security procedures, and respond to tenant and user needs. Requirements: Applicants must be able to pass a drug screen and background check before becoming eligible for employment. A high school diploma or the equivalent is required, but a college degree or active college student is preferred. Must be able to possess a valid North Carolina driver's license. Normal working hours will vary by shift. 24/7 365 day coverage in continuous and overlapping shifts.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS OFFICER
The City of Fort Worth is the 16th largest city in the U.S. and the fastest growing among large cities. Fort Worth has received multiple accolades, including number one Downtown (Livability), and the second-best City in the nation for Job Seekers (Forbes). Our employees serve the needs of over 800,000 residents. We are seeking individuals that reflect our values of exceptional customer service, mutual respect, embracing our diversity, continuous improvement, ethical behavior, and accountability.
The Bloomington Normal Airport Authority, operator of the Central Illinois Regional Airport is seeking motivated applicants for the position of Operations Supervisor. The Operations Supervisor is a position that reports directly to the Deputy Director of Operations and Facilities. Responsibilities include: Airside, Terminal and Landside operations; daily inspections; coordination of and response to emergency situations; NOTAM management; wildlife management; snow removal; serves as a liaison between airport management, tenants and the public; prepares appropriate security badges, implements and updates the Airport Certification Manual. Applicants must have a thorough knowledge of: FAR Parts 77, 139, TSR 1542 and 150 Airport Series Advisory Circulars; safety considerations in the operation of a commercial airport; safety precautions used in airport maintenance and construction; principles and procedures involved in the operation of a commercial airport; federal rules and regulations affecting airport operations; modern principles and practices of supervision and management.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS/MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR
Enforces airport ordinances and FAA regulations applicable to airport users, tenants, contractors and the public. Coordinates the building maintenance and housekeeping staff and activities at the Dayton International Airport, Dayton Wright Brothers Airport and the Dayton Heliport on a 24-hour, 7-day per week basis. Assists the Operations/Maintenance Coordinator in the development of specifications and bid appraisal process for building maintenance services and equipment to ensure maximum necessary service at the lowest cost. Supervises the runway checks, airfield signage, terminal cleaning, general repair, staff services, heating and air conditioning equipment and structural problems that may arise. YOUR ONLINE APPLICATION MUST BE SUBMITTED BY FEBRUARY 26, 2018. A complete position description may be obtained from the Dayton Ohio Civil Service Board at jobs.daytonohio.gov
AIRPORT MANAGEMENT INTERNSHIP
Our Interns will work primarily in our Airside Operations Division, which includes Administration, Ramp Control, Airfield Maintenance and Operations. Interns will have the opportunity to work on complex aviation projects. Interns will also get exposure at our General Aviation Airports and with all of our operating divisions to gain unparalleled industry knowledge. Additionally, Clark County Department of Aviation prioritizes professional development and ensures that our interns get the training they need to excel in their future careers.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS MANAGER DOWNTOWN KNOXVILLE AIRPORT
Airport Operations Manager Downtown Knoxville Airport (Hiring Range: $44,587 to $53,504) The Metropolitan Knoxville Airport Authority is seeking applicants for full time Manager for the Downtown Island Airport. Duties include supervision of staff, general airport business and customer service operations. Good oral & written communications skills are prerequisite. Must have 3-5 years aviation management experience. BA/BS degree preferred. Please submit application M-F 8:30am to 4pm to McGhee Tyson Airport, 3rd Floor Administrative Offices or send Resume to P.O. Box 15600, Knoxville, TN 37901, Attention: HR. Applications & resumes must be submitted by 4pm Friday, February 23, 2018. For more info see www.flyknoxville.com. No Phone calls please. The MKAA is an EEOE.
AIRPORT OPERATIONAL READINESS - PROGRAM MANAGER
Los Angeles World Airports has embarked on a multi-billion dollar infrastructure construction program and is recruiting a candidate to serve as Airport Operational Readiness (AOR) Program Manager (PM). This PM will lead a team of LAWA SMEs as well as outsourced resources to facilitate the readiness activities of stakeholders/end users to operate newly installed facilities, equipment, and systems at Los Angeles International Airport. The result must be a smooth and efficient operation on opening day and beyond. The successful candidate must: 1) have intimate knowledge of AOR/ORAT activities and principles, 2) successfully led a team(s) in the implementation of such a program; 3) be willing to relocate to the greater Los Angeles area no later than end of Q2 2018; and 4) have references related to leadership, management and involvement in AOR/ORAT programs. Email Lisa Jordan at Ljordan2@lawa.org for further job details.
DIRECTOR OF MARKETING & AIR SERVICE DEVELOPMENT
Position Summary (Primary Function) Responsible for the development, planning, implementation, and administration of the advertising and marketing programs and air service development activities
DIRECTOR OF COMMERCIAL BUSINESS
Position Summary (Primary Function) Responsible for commercial business development of all aeronautical and non-aeronautical revenue business. Oversees and leads business development, market research, and leasing of airport facilities, land, and services. Promotes the airport locally, nationally, and internationally. Responsible for the development and implementation of both short and long term strategic commercial business development plans for the District. Develops and grows all airport revenue bases, which may include but not be limited to concessions, commercial properties, real estate development, cargo and FBO customers, as well as ground transportation and parking strategies.
AIRPORT DUTY MANAGER
Spokane International Airport is looking to hire Airport Duty Manager(s). This position is responsible for the daily operations and management of the airfield. Requires a Bachelor’s Degree in Aviation Management, Airport Operations, or related field and three years of airport or aviation related experience. A combination of education and experience will be considered in meeting the requirements of this position. Successful applicant must possess excellent communication, supervisory, computer and customer relations skills. Position requires team work with other departments, airport tenants and the FAA. Salary range is $25.75 to 34.75/hour with an excellent benefit package. To apply visit our web site at www.spokaneairports.net. Position open until filled.
Under the supervision of the Operations Manager, the Operations Supervisor oversees, schedules and coordinates the efficient operation and use of the facilities and ramp towers. Related administrative tasks and other assigned duties are also performed.
AVP AIRPORT OPERATIONS CONTROL
Reporting to the Vice President of Operations, the Assistant Vice President of Airport Operations Control will be a proven strategic leader who will drive operational excellence across three Airport functions—the Airport Operations Center (AOC), Corporate Aviation, and the Terminal D and E Ramp Control Towers. This position requires a deep understanding of leadership, vision, and a high level of strategic thinking. As the AVP, you will participate in exciting, crucial projects such as designing a next generation Airport Operations Control facility that will improve operational efficiency and focus on an exceptional experience for DFW customers. If you are ready to push yourself to the next level, consider this opportunity at DFW International Airport where we are transforming travel every day!
The City of Idaho Falls is currently accepting applications for the position of Airport Director. This position plans and directs the day-to-day activities and long range planning of the Idaho Falls Regional Airport (IDA) while providing a financially sustainable, safe, and convenient environment for public and private air travel and related business activities. This position works under the broad policy guidance and direction of the Mayor and City Council. Provides general supervision to Airport Operations Manager and the Airport Administration Manager and associated staff. Position will be open until filled; first review of applications will begin the week of February 27, 2018. All interested candidates are encouraged to upload and attach a resume and cover letter to the electronic job application explaining how their education and experience makes them the ideal candidate for the position. Salary range: $98,000-$147,000 Online Applications and full job description can be found at: www.idahofallsidaho.gov
This is a professional position responsible for all administration of airline and airline support company leases, space rental agreements and use permits executed by the IAA. This position communicates with airline and airline related tenants, contractors and users at the airport, and general aviation airports.The Contracts Coordinator is responsible for creation of documents and/or amendments in consultation with the Tenant Relations & Contracts Specialist and other team members of the Commercial Enterprise Department.Creates and manages contracts, including the airline space/rental obligations and tenant spacebook reconciliation, while consistently managing the follow up of a myriad of customer (internal/external) requests, as well as review and creation of lease synopsis information for inclusion into PropWorks data base. Creates, maintains and manages all property and retail agreements in the database (Propworks), as well as provides direction and works with Commercial Enterprise department assistants and other staff as required to achieve success within the organization.
Reports to: Manager of ONT- Airside Directs, plans, and organizes functions and responsibilities associated with the safe operation of the airport's Airside Operations. This includes oversight of personnel and projects in the landside operating areas; management of personnel and contractors in maintaining Airport Rules and Regulations; management of department contracts; and management of the department budget. Provide oversight and serves as a resource for Airport airside operations operator providing direction and training on Airport policies and procedures, ordinance/regulatory enforcement issues, etc. Solve problems involving all airport tenants, including air carriers, FAA, all concessionaires, and parking lot and tram service operators. Review budgetary line items for Airside Operations, Ground Transportation Programs. Provide recommendations in budget process regarding these programs and other programs that have a budget impact. Recommend and develop written plans concerning revenue producing systems and programs associated with Airside Operations. Perform other duties as assigned.
Reporting to: General Manager Location: Ontario International Airport General Responsibilities: Manage and oversee all Maintenance Department related functions and personnel. Major Responsibilities and Functions: Oversee day-to-day activities, budget and personnel responsible for the maintenance of airport facilities, airfield areas, roadways and parking lots. Oversee airport’s fleet maintenance programs. Monitor and enforce programs and policies. Manage and develop direct reports. Coordinate on construction projects. Ensure compliance with FAA rules and regulations. Oversee airport maintenance operations and staff. Ensure compliance with Airport Authority purchasing process. ?Evaluate and develop annual budgets. Oversee Airport Maintenance and Fleet Maintenance budget. Perform budgeting analysis and tracking of budgets. Oversee Maintenance Department safety program. Perform other duties as assigned. Take reasonable and necessary precautions to ensure personal health and safety. Comply with TBI Safety Program policies and procedures.
MAINTENANCE SUPERVISORS FOR GENERAL/ELECTRIC/PAINTING
TBI is currently hiring for 3 Maintenance Supervisors: Maintenance Supervisor, General: Under general supervision, to assign and supervise the work of contract mechanics engaged in maintaining, repairing and overhauling automotive and other light duty equipment in a high volume shop environment; and to do other work as required. Provides recommendations to department management relative to repair or replacement of light duty vehicles, and oversees a program of maintenance and service of the light duty fleet. Maintenance Supervisor, Electric: Under general supervision, to assign and supervise electricians installing, maintaining and repairing electrical wiring systems, lighting and equipment; and to do other work as required. Maintenance Supervisor, Painting: Under general supervision, to assign and supervise the work of painters engaged in applying protective and decorative coatings to structures, equipment and furniture; perform minor asphalt pavement repairs and to do other work as required. Perform other duties as assigned.
The Jacksonville Aviation Authority (JAA) is now accepting applications for our Paid Summer Internship Program. We offer ten weeks of professional experience for college students with disciplines in the following fields: Airport Operations, Finance & Accounting, Aviation Planning & Development, Communications & Emergency Preparedness, General Aviation, and Spaceport Operations Internship program dates May 21, 2018 through July 27, 2018 (30 hours per week for 10 weeks) Students interested in internship positions can apply on our website www.flyjacksonville.com. The application deadline is February 3, 2018.
Fort Wayne International Airport (FWA) is seeking motivated candidates for the position of Operations Specialist. This entry-level position is responsible for ensuring safe and efficient day to day operations of the airport. Qualified candidates will be self-motivated and able to prioritize duties efficiently. A working knowledge of FAR Parts 77, 139, TSR 1542, and 150 Airport Series Advisory Circulars, in addition to all other applicable statutes, regulations, and requirements, is required. Duties include but are not limited to airfield inspections, responding to airport alerts, snow removal, safety and environmental compliance, emergency response, NOTAM management, wildlife management, airport driver training program management, and other duties as assigned.
DEPUTY DIRECTOR OF AVIATION - EGE
Eagle County, Colorado is seeking a Deputy Director of Aviation to support and assist with management of Eagle County Regional Airport (EGE) day-to-day administration and operations. In addition, this position works closely with the director on planning initiatives and activities, business planning, and strategy development. This role has an emphasis on airport planning and will directly supervise and lead Operations and Administrative departments. The successful candidate will have a Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in Aviation Planning, Aviation or Airport Management, Civil/Transportation Engineering, Aviation Science or Technology, or a related field and five years of progressively responsible experience in an aviation management position involving either airport planning activities or aviation management including broad based knowledge and experience in providing aviation planning services with minimum three (3) years’ experience in professional airport planning activities, aviation planning, design or related experience (public or private).. Posting Deadline: March 2, 2018.
ASSISTANT AIRPORT MANAGER (14751, GRADE 24)
College Park Airport is the oldest continually operated airport in the world. It is a fully functioning airport facility and historic site. This position of Assistant Airport Manager assists the Airport Manager with complex administrative, operation and technical responsibilities including the supervision of the airport staff, Responsible for assisting in the achievement of certain unit or organizational goals as well as negotiating or directing others to comply with rules and regulations. Interacts with people inside and outside the organization including advising airport customers, meeting with citizens, community groups, ad business groups. Serves as backup in Manager's absence. Performs other duties as assigned.
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. Job information and applications can be found at http://gobroomecounty.com/personnel/vacancy.
EXPERIENCED CIVIL ENGINEER
Mead & Hunt, a nationally recognized professional services consulting firm, is seeking a client focused problem-solver to join our collaborative and innovative aviation team. Responsibilities include designing and leading aviation engineering projects; evaluating and analyzing existing projects; preparing reports, budgets, cost estimates, specifications, plans, schedules, studies, and permits; leading proactive client interactions and communications with regards to FAA programming, and state and government agencies; performing QA/QC tasks; serving as the project manager and mentoring project staff; and serving as the onsite project engineer on construction projects. Travel will be required.
EXPERIENCED CIVIL ENGINEER
Mead & Hunt, a nationally recognized professional services consulting firm, is seeking a client focused problem-solver to join our collaborative and innovative aviation team. This position could be based in our Sacramento, Santa Rosa, or Ontario, CA office locations. Responsibilities include designing and leading aviation engineering projects; evaluating and analyzing existing projects; preparing reports, budgets, cost estimates, specifications, plans, schedules, studies, and permits; leading proactive client interactions and communications with regards to FAA programming, and state and government agencies; performing QA/QC tasks; serving as the project manager and mentoring project staff; and serving as the onsite project engineer on construction projects. Travel will be required.
CONSTRUCTION ADMINISTRATOR(S) - ON CALL
Mead & Hunt, Inc., a nationally recognized professional services consulting firm, is experiencing unprecedented growth. We are looking to hire on-call construction administrator(s) to work with our aviation group. Responsibilities include construction administration on airfield pavement and electrical systems projects; coordination of survey work and materials testing; representing owner in monitoring construction activities for compliance with plans and specifications; and assisting with progress meetings. Overnight stays and travel will be required. The hours for this position could vary weekly from zero to 30, potentially sometimes more than 30, and may occasionally exceed 40. This position will be located at various project sites around California and neighboring states; it is currently an on-call (i.e., no benefits) position which could potentially be converted to a regular, benefits-eligible position.
AIRPORT INTERN Bismarck Airport (BIS), Bismarck, ND. One-year professional internship with exposure to airport operations, facilities management, and administration. Internship begins June 1, 2018. Qualified candidate will be a recent graduate (or will graduate before the start date) of an airport management degree field or equivalent, possess a strong work ethic and the initiative to carry out assignments without direct supervision. Pilot’s license and membership in AAAE desired. Computer literacy, preferably with Windows and Microsoft software a plus. Some weekend and shift work will be required. Intern is compensated at $15.00/hour. The airport is classified as a primary commercial service non-hub airport that enplanes over 270,000 passengers annually. For more information, visit http://www.bismarckairport.com/ or call (701) 355-1808. Submit application and required credentials (electronically only) at http://chp.tbe.taleo.net/chp02/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=BISMARCK&cws=1&rid=837
CONSTRUCTION ADMINISTRATOR(S) - ON CALL
Mead & Hunt, Inc., a nationally recognized professional services consulting firm, is experiencing unprecedented growth. We are looking to hire on-call construction administrator(s) to work with our aviation group. Responsibilities include construction administration on airfield pavement and electrical systems projects; coordination of survey work and materials testing; representing owner in monitoring construction activities for compliance with plans and specifications; and assisting with progress meetings. Overnight stays and travel will be required. The hours for this position could vary weekly from zero to 30, potentially sometimes more than 30, and may occasionally exceed 40. This position will be located at various project sites around Arizona and neighboring states; it is currently an on-call (i.e., no benefits) position which could potentially be converted to a regular, benefits-eligible position.
MANAGER OF ONTARIO - AIRSIDE
Under the supervision of the Vice President, the General Manager is responsible for leading, planning, organizing, and directing airport operations and maintenance. Responsibilities include staffing of supervisors at all levels and capacities of the operation.
PROJECT MANAGERS/CIVIL ENGINEERS FOR AIRPORT PROJECTS
Gale Associates, Inc. a well-established, national engineering/planning firm celebrating 50 over years and voted Zweig White’s “Best Firms to Work For” is growing its aviation services in Florida. We seek highly motivated civil engineers with aviation experience. Our Airport Groups, located in the Orlando area are offering the following available opportunities. Sr. Project Engineer with 5-10 years’ current airport engineering experience and P.E. License Project Manager with minimum 10 years’ current airport engineering experience and P.E. License
Traverse City, Michigan. Assists the Airport Director and Assistant Director of Operations and Maintenance in the management of the facility, operations & maintenance division, and security at the Cherry Capital Airport. Responsibilities include maintaining safety, efficiency and compliance with all federal, state & local regulations including FAR Part 139 and TSR Part 1542. May assume full responsibility for the Cherry Capital Airport in the absence of the Airport Director and Assistant Director of Operations and Maintenance. Must possess a minimum of a Bachelor's Degree in Aviation Management, Aviation Science, Business Administration or other relevant field. Must be available for night, holiday, weekend, rotating or irregular shift assignments during holidays. For consideration, please submit a resume and cover letter by February 28, 2018 to: Assistant Director of Operations and Maintenance, Cherry Capital Airport, 727 Fly Don’t Drive, Traverse City, MI, 49686
AIRPORT MANAGEMENT INTERN
Department: Administration Work Location: Glacier Park International Airport/FMAA Pay Rate: $10/hr (full time/ temporary) Duration: 3 months (July – Sept.) with a 3-month extension (Oct. – Dec.) pending board approval Application Deadline: February 23, 2018 at 4:30 PM Mountain Time Program Description: This is a highly structured and selective internship program designed to give the incumbent experience in all facets of airport management including: Operations, Planning, Aircraft Rescue Firefighting, Security, Maintenance, and Administration. Work will include a combination of daily operational duties, rigorous training, emergency response, and comprehensive project work. The incumbent will have the opportunity to complete the ARFF 40-Hour Basic course and AAAE C.M. certification. The GPIA internship boasts a %100 job placement rate in the airport industry.
SENIOR ENGINEER - SJC
The City of San José’s Aviation Department is seeking a Senior Engineer for the Norman Y. Mineta San José International Airport (SJC) to lead a wide range of professional and para-professional team members who perform a variety multi-discipline airport projects as part of the Airport Capital Development Program. The Senior Engineer must possess in depth knowledge in the theories, principles, practices, and techniques related to civil, mechanical, structural, electrical, and/or geotechnical engineering, architecture, and capital project delivery.The ideal candidate will have a combination of training and experience equivalent to a degree university in Civil Engineering from an accredited college or university and five (5) years or progressively responsible professional Civil Engineering experience, including at least two (2) years at the level of Associate Engineer or higher, preferably in an airport environment. Posting Deadline: February 23, 2018.
DIRECTOR OF MOBILE REGIONAL AIRPORT
Summary: Responsible for directing the Mobile Regional Airport terminal building operations, maintenance, customer service, passenger experience, concessionaries, and tenant relations. Work involves responsibility for the efficient and economical management, daily operations and maintenance of the property/facility and coordination of airport activities with federal and state agencies. Prepares reports, correspondence and grant requests. Responds to inquiries from media, public and others as needed. Assures that contractual obligations are met with tenants, concessionaries, and vendors according to the terms and conditions of executed agreements. Assures that construction projects within the footprint of the terminal building and adjacent areas are completed within budget, in a timely and quality manner. Develops quality and productivity improvement capabilities to improve services and effectiveness. Coordinates work activities, programs and projects that are under the auspices of the FAA, TSA and other agencies. Perform related work as required and assigned by the Chief Operations Officer and Executive Director.
AIRPORT MANAGER OF OPERATIONS AND COMPLIANCE
This position is the primary operational point-of-contact for the King County International Airport's (BFI) manufacturing, corporate, and general aviation tenants, as well as commercial operators. The successful candidate will lead the Airport's FAA Part 139 program, participate in major airfield construction and tenant improvement projects, as well as various safety and security initiatives. A key element of the duties of this position is examining current programs to improve efficiencies and effectiveness through the use of technology. This manager in this position is expected to be a customer-focused, relationship builder. This position is a working manager and will be expected to serve fulfill the role of a duty manager in being a designated as the point of contact for information regarding safety, security, compliance, construction and interaction with airlines, passengers, tenants, and the public.
AIRPORT ACTIVATION CONSULTANT
We are looking for the best and brightest among aviation industry professionals. When you join our team, you will: 1) Perform vital and visible roles in major airport capital programs; 2) Have opportunity to develop skills in the areas of project management, aviation industry operations, testing and training, communications, and customer engagement; and 3) Be part of an industry-recognized Airport Operational Readiness team.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS SECURITY COORDINATOR
We're looking for Airport Operations Security Coordinators at the Aspen Airport. Don't let the title of this job fool you. This all-encompassing position covers: Airside and Terminal Operations, Security Compliance, Emergency Management, Aircraft Rescue Fire Fighting, Snow Removal and Wildlife Mitigation. Aspen Airport is the third busiest airport in Colorado and serves 270,000 passengers per year. Aspen Airport is the closest airport to a ski resort in North American and is located in the heart of the Rocky Mountains, has a small town vibe with world class amenities including: four ski resorts, top rated restaurants, more recreational activities than you can count and a music scene that compares to a big city. Keep reading if you’re intrigued…
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
MARTA is seeking highly qualified candidates for the Chief Executive Officer position.
The Jackson Hole Airport is seeking an Intern for a 6 month period to work with our Operations team. The Intern will work in all aspects of Airport Operations with a team of seasoned professionals.
BUSINESS MANAGER - AIRPORT DINING & RETAIL
Manages Port-tenant contractual obligations, revenue-maximization and operational aspects of Airport Dining and Retail tenants and develops new non-airline sources of revenue. - Lease Management & Operations - Program Business Development 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.
JUNIOR OR MID-LEVEL AVIATION ENGINEER
CHA Consulting, Inc. is currently seeking a Junior or Mid-Level Aviation Engineer for our Cleveland, OH office. The responsibilities include design and construction engineering for airport construction projects including: runways, taxiways, aircraft parking aprons, roadways, utilities, drainage and grading plans, and construction cost estimating. Additional responsibilities include: Plans, schedules, conducts, and coordinates detailed phases of a project. Can develop work plans to coincide milestones of a project and when revisions of work plan need to be addressed. Selects procedures and checks complete reports and calculations. Leads entry and junior level engineers. Completes field assignments, when appropriate. May assist or involved in the technical scope proposal development. Allocates billable time to projects. Other related duties, as assigned.
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.
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.
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.