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MANAGER, CAPITAL ACCOUNTING
CLASS SUMMARY: Responsible for managing the financial accounting related aspects of the Airport’s capital assets. ESSENTIAL DUTIES: This class specification represents only the core areas of responsibilities; specific position assignments will vary depending on the needs of the department. Manages delegates and reviews assigned work. Provides coaching and counseling, staff development and fitness, evaluates performance and applies organizational policies and procedures Chief source of information regarding capital/controllable asset related financial information, recommending provisions of and ensuring compliance to capitalization policy. Responsible for recommendation of expenditure classification (capital vs. operating) to top level management. Accounts for capital/controllable asset inventory in a database environment. Includes integration of capital asset data with the Capital Project Master Database, the Computerized Maintenance Management System, and the general ledger. Monitors capital projects and assets for completion, capitalization, componentization, impairment, and/or disposition. Performs other duties as assigned.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS AGENT
AIRPORT OPERATIONS AGENT - Midland, Texas - Entry-level airport operations position at the Midland International Air & Space Port. Assists the AOCC Supervisor with specific airport operations involving airside, landside, security and communications activities of a Part 139 small hub airport. Duties include daily airfield and terminal building inspections to comply with local, state and federal regulations; Airport ID Badge issuance and fingerprinting; assurance of Part 1542 compliance with access control system; NOTAM issuance; responding to inquiries from the public, airport tenants, airlines and governmental regulatory agencies. Involves shift work, weekends and holidays. Minimum requirements include a B.S. degree in aviation management, business administration or related field and the ability to obtain a Texas Class C driver's license. Starting annual salary $42,494; salary range $40,034 - $54,163. Resumes accepted until September 15, 2018. Apply on-line at www.midlandtexas.gov. EOE.
The Louisville Regional Airport Authority (LRAA) is seeking an aspiring individual for the Property Specialist position. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, overseeing, ensuring, and tracking all aspects of tenant leases and contracts while also assisting with administrative services as needed within the Properties department. This position requires excellent organizational and interpersonal skills. Knowledge of aviation/airport property management and use of Oracle software preferred. Position requires an Associate’s Degree in Business Administration or five years of administrative work related to tenant coordination, leases, lease compliance, real estate, or a closely related field. The hourly salary range is: $23.61 to $35.42. Please see full job descriptions and apply directly online at: www.flylouisville.com Equal Opportunity Employer Drug Free Workplace This posting will expire on 09/15/2018
TASK ORDER PROJECT MANAGER
Essential Functions: The Task Order Project Manager is responsible for managing SPP airport security screening services in order to meet the statement of work requirements defined in the TSA’s airport-specific task order including: *Provide oversight to all aspects of passenger, baggage, and other screening operations defined by task order; *Monitor screening operations effectiveness by measuring performance and acceptable quality levels defined in the task order and implements improvements; *Monitor task order contract deliverables and ensures all requirements are met; *Primary interface with TSA on all matters concerning the airport task order; *Provide leadership and direction to staff members to ensure focus on mission and goals; *Provide oversight to staff members and related supervisory functions such as performance evaluations, discipline, training, recognition, etc.; and *Monitor budget and resource levels to ensure task order compliance and CAS business goals.
DEPUTY AIRPORT DIRECTOR
The Albert J Ellis Airport (OAJ)l located in Jacksonville NC is seeking a Deputy Airport Director. This position is responsible for the operation, development, promotion of the airport, ensures airport safety, security compliance, oversees airport capital development projects and in consultation with other airport divisions, prepares, recommends and enforces airport rules, regulations, policies and minimum standards for commercial aeronautical activities. The ideal candidate will have a bachelor’s degree in Aviation Management, Business Administration, Public Administration, Civil Engineering or related field and three or more years progressively responsible experience in airport management, airline management, airport design or airport project management. AAAE’s Certified Member (CM) status required or ability to obtain within 6 months, a master’s degree, AAE or IAP designation preferred. An equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered. Hiring range is $64,000 -$83,315 DOQ, with an attractive benefits package. Apply by visiting: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/onslowcountync Posting Deadline: September 6, 2018.
AIRPORT CHIEF OF POLICE
The Albert J Ellis Airport (OAJ) located in Jacksonville NC is seeking an Airport Police Chief. This position directs and supervises airport security and law enforcement of the airport, enforces transportation security regulations, serves as the Airport Security Coordinator or alternate, supervises and conducts patrol of airport perimeter, supervises the training of 5 FT and 2 reserve officers and oversees the security credentialing program. The ideal candidate will have a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice or related field. A minimum of 10 years of law enforcement experience is required and an Advances Law Enforcement Certificate is highly desired. Equivalent combination and experience may be accepted. Hiring range is $59254-$77,030 DOQ, with an attractive benefits package. Apply by visiting: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/onslowcountync Posting Deadline: August 29, 2018.
ASSISTANT AIRPORT PUBLIC SAFETY AND SECURITY MANAGER
Assists department manager in day-to-day safety and security of Milwaukee County's airports. Aids in ensuring compliance with federal, state, and local regulations for safety and security of aircraft, passengers, airport patrons, employees and facilities. Provides continuity of operations in absence of department manager. Develops and supervises audit and inspection program. Update and maintain airport's TSA-Approved Security Program (ASP). Develops procedures to ensure each function complies with appropriate regulatory requirements and personnel are trained in the ASP. Develop and implement policies. Develops procedures for airport construction, VIP visits, special events to ensure that all safety and security protocols are addressed and maintained. Develop Changed Condition amendments to ASP regarding such events. Responds to emergencies of various types that impact safety/security of the airport Assist with monitoring, inspecting contracts of access control systems, unarmed security guards, Designated Aviation Channeled, identity management and CCTV systems.
DUTY MANAGER, OPERATIONS
Position Overview: The Duty Manager, Operations is responsible for overseeing and managing the 24/7 day-to-day operation of Terminal 4, including the airfield, terminal, and landside. This role ensures that the terminal operates safely, efficiently, and in compliance with all local, state, and federal regulations. The Duty Manager, Operations serves as the primary point of contact for information regarding safety, security, compliance, construction, airlines, passengers, tenants, and airport stakeholders. This includes managing irregular operations (IROPS), emergency situations, and all other operational functions. In the absence senior leadership, the Duty Manager is responsible for all terminal activities and decision making until senior leadership is contacted or arrives to Terminal 4. FLSA Status: Exempt
PROJECT ENGINEER - AIRPORT
Dibble Engineering employs the industry's finest engineers, designers, and planners, providing expertise and valued resources for municipalities, private clients, federal, state, and local agencies. Dibble Engineering is looking for a skillful and highly motivated Project Engineer to join our Airport Development practice in either our Phoenix, AZ office or our Denver, CO office. This is an opportunity for you to join our fine group of respected professionals. This role of Project Engineer is responsible for preparation of detailed design for airside and landside airport infrastructure and development projects. Additionally, this individual will be accountable for developing concepts, preliminary design reports, technical memorandums, developing technical specifications and final construction documents for a variety of unique projects. Experience in airport infrastructure, apron/taxiway redesign and reconstruction, airport traffic circulation, passenger terminal analysis, mitigation efforts, etc. is preferred. For additional information and to apply, please visit our career page https://dibblecorp.applicantpro.com/jobs/843306.html
DIRECTOR OF PLANNING
The Ontario International Airport, Southern California's preferred alternate airport, is seeking a Planning Director to oversee the newly created Airport Planning Division. Under the general direction of the Chief Operating Officer, the Planning Director is responsible for managing, the planning, organizing, direction, administration and documentation of all Airport development and land use projects. In this newly created classification, incumbent will be responsible for developing and implementing procedures, policies, short- and long-range goals and objectives for the Planning Division to support the OIAA Commission's Strategic Initiatives. In addition, the incumbent will be instrumental in developing a comprehensive airport layout plan for ONT including the City's General Plan. This position is also responsible for interpretation of, and updates to, the Zoning Ordinance as required for implementation of the adopted General Plan, sub-area plans, and Commission Strategic Initiatives
AIRPORT DEPUTY DIRECTOR - FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION
The Portland International Jetport has a new position for a Deputy Director of Finance and Administration for which we are seeking qualified candidates. This position reports to the Airport Director and is a member of the senior management team. The selected candidate will be a great communicator, able to convey fiscal and human resource policies via multiple communication channels to all Jetport personnel. This position will also oversee and administer all federal, state and local grants, and provide recommendations on policy improvements, be responsible for producing the enterprise fund CAFR, and will lead the annual review of Rates and Charges. The position will be front and center in reinforcing the Jeport's core values of Safety, Service, Teamwork and Trust. Previous airport experience preferred. Non-union Grade D61, starting salary is $39.56-$47.23 per hour. Deadline is Tuesday, September 4, 2018.
CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER
The Ontario International Airport, Southern California's preferred alternate airport, is seeking a Chief Financial Officer. Under the general direction of the Deputy Executive Director, the Chief Financial Officer serves as a key member of the senior management team, responsible for overseeing the Ontario International Airport Authority's financial operations. The CFO is key advisor to the Chief Executive Officer, Deputy Executive Director, executive leadership team, and the OIAA Commission on financial matters pertaining to the achievement of financial objectives enabling OIAA to optimize its operating efficiency and maximize its profits. The CFO has primary responsibility for OIAA's financial functions including accounting, cash management, financing, procurement, risk management, and other matters.
ELECTRICAL PROJECT ENGINEER II
General Information: The Port has embarked on a program identified as "PDXNext" consisting of a series of projects intended to upgrade and prepare PDX for the future. PDXNext includes more than 20 projects with the largest project ever at the Port being the Terminal Core Redevelopment. This program is designed to expand, upgrade, and modernize facilities at PDX to improve the passenger experience, add technology, improve airline efficiencies, minimize our environmental impact, adding resiliency, add redundancy, and maintain PDX as America's #1 Airport. Other projects include expansion of Concourse E with 830 feet of new concourse including six new gates, and the rebuild of Concourse B with a new ground loading facility. The Electrical Project Engineer position also supports projects at marine facilities, and a Port owned and operated dredge. If you're interested in becoming part of these exciting changes, then this might be the position for you!
DEPUTY CHIEF, PLANNING & ENGINEERING
The Maryland Aviation Administration is currently accepting applications for Deputy Chief, Planning & Engineering (DOT Executive V), within the Division of Planning & Engineering at Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI Marshall Airport). Under the direction of the Chief of Planning & Engineering, this senior management level professional will be responsible for the execution of key capital projects, involving planning, design, environmental and construction. In addition, this position will be responsible for matters related to aircraft noise abatement and airport real estate. This responsibility includes leading a wide range of professional, paraprofessional staff and consultant team members who perform a variety of multi-discipline airport tasks and projects of various and considerable complexities.
Airfield Superintendent is responsible for assisting the Director of Operations in the assessment of operations, airport rescue and fire fighting, safety and security needs.
NOISE ABATEMENT MANAGER
The Maryland Aviation Administration is currently accepting applications for Noise Abatement Manager (Administrator V), within the Office of Environmental Services at Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI Marshall Airport). The Noise Abatement Manager is responsible for the development, management, administration and implementation of MDOT MAA’s comprehensive Noise Compatibility Program for BWI Marshall and Martin State Airports. This position assures that MDOT MAA is in compliance with all applicable laws, orders, statues and regulations pertaining to airport noise and land use compatibility. The Noise Abatement Manager serves as a liaison with the general public and local government offices on airport noise abatement and land use compatibility issues.
Department of Human Resources Invites applicants for the position of: Director, Treasury Requisition: 18-0043. Under the general guidance of the AVP, Finance, plans, directs, and manages the activities and operations of the MNAA’s treasury operations including management of the investment and cash management program. Manages MNAA’s investment programs including monitoring and analyzing financial market conditions, developing and implementing an investment strategy, investing funds, cash management and conduct short- and long-term cash flow analysis. Conducts debt administration duties, review and interpret bond related documents, maintain recordkeeping for financial transactions relative to bond issues. Manages one Treasury staff member. Accepting applications until filled. Starting Salary Range: $81,162 - $103,481
DIRECTOR OF AIRFIELD MAINTENANCE
Syracuse Regional Airport Authority, operator of the Syracuse Hancock International Airport, is seeking candidates for an exciting opportunity to join our team as Director of Airfield Maintenance. This senior level position provides oversight of the airfield maintenance division, which is responsible for snow removal, grounds-keeping, heavy equipment/vehicle upkeep and repairs, airfield roadway inspections and repairs, etc. The Authority is seeking someone with previous airport experience, thorough knowledge of FAA Part 139 and other Federal, State, and Local regulations regarding airfield maintenance, extensive supervisory work experience, dedication to safety and compliance, with excellent planning, organizational, and interpersonal skills. A complete job description is available at www.syrsraa.com/careers.
PROJECT MANAGER (SAN DIEGO)
The Jones Payne Group, a recognized leader in providing professional services to airport-sponsored noise mitigation programs nationwide, is looking for a Project Manager with 10+ years of experience to oversee architectural and engineering services for a large-scale airport-sponsored residential sound insulation program . Key duties and responsibilities: Communication and coordination with client in conjunction with the timely delivery of contracted services. Fosters and maintain a collaborative professional working relationship with all members of the project team. Manages and coordinates JPG staff and sub-consultant team members with the timely delivery of contracted services. Responsible for overall project management – including status reporting; project scheduling; staff resourcing; budgeting, project workflow; development of scope of work, fee proposals and execution of task orders, etc. Fulfill role of “face of the JPG QHP Team” when attending conferences and/or San Diego Airport-sponsored events relevant to the Quieter Home Program.
AVIATION REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT MANAGER
The City of Phoenix Aviation Department is seeking management level professionals that will enjoy the high-energy, fast-paced environment of Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport. The Real Estate Development Manager oversees the Real Estate Development and Compliance teams in the Business & Properties Division. The Business & Properties Division is responsible for overseeing, managing, and optimizing the Aviation Department’s revenue producing assets. The Real Estate Development team is responsible for developing, recommending, and implementing complex lease agreements with a variety of stakeholders. The Compliance team is responsible for monitoring and enforcing compliance with real property leases and revenue and services contracts, to include insurance, bonds, rental rate adjustments, and other terms and conditions. This position will oversee a staff of six. This position will be responsible for leading development and compliance efforts of Aviation assets ensuring the teams meet Key Performance Indicators and optimizing the Division’s Profit and Loss position. The position will oversee negotiation of agreements, including long term ground leases, facility leases, and license agreements with corporate customers, small independent companies, and individuals, and monitoring compliance and enforcement of such agreements. The position will also oversee day-to-day property management activities at all three Phoenix-owned airports, including terminal, cargo, other airport facility, and off-airport properties. Further, the position will develop and manage the Section’s annual operational and capital improvement budgets. The position will also draft and deliver reports and presentations to a variety of audiences including airport executives, Phoenix City Council, the public, and stakeholders. Key areas of responsibility include developing and managing business relationships with tenants and partners, driving development that fits within the Department’s long-term land use plans, negotiating leases and agreements with a wide variety of stakeholders, and ensuring the Department meets grant assurances and other obligations in land acquisitions, dispositions, and lease agreements. This position will also be responsible for coordinating with multiple divisions including Financial Management, Planning, Operations, Facilities, Audit, Design & Construction, and Legal, to implement Department-wide business strategies, and may assist the other Business & Properties Superintendents with a variety of Concessions, Airlines, and Parking projects. This is a professional position requiring interpersonal skills, business writing skills, critical thinking, financial and statistical data interpretation, and real estate/airport property contract leasing negotiation experience. The selected candidate will be required to function in a fast-paced airport business environment, handling a variety of projects concurrently with a high degree of tenant interaction and to make sound business decisions that are in the best interest of the Aviation Department.
EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AND PREPAREDNESS MANAGER
The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority Our Core Values are: MUTUAL RESPECT…INTEGRITY…PRIDE… COLLABORATION Join Our Team! Emergency Management and Preparedness Manager OPENING DATE:08/3/2018 CLOSING DATE: 08/18/2018
VP, INTEGRATED OPERATIONS CENTER
Reporting directly to the Executive Vice-President of the Operations Division, you will support the airports strategic commitment to providing for a seamless end-to-end customer journey through the development and operation of the new Integrated Operations Center (IOC) set for completion in 2020. You will be responsible for leading the development and implementation of key performance indicators that provide a basis for delivery of best-in-class operational efficien-cy and an enhanced customer experience through real-time situational awareness and proactive process improvements. This position requires a deep understanding of leadership, influence, vision, and a high level of strategic thinking. As the Vice-President with eventual oversight of more than 180 employees and industry partners, you will play a key role in critical projects that will require collaboration and influence with internal and external stakeholders as well as proactive and transparent communi-cation with multiple business units.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS SUPERVISOR
SBY Regional Airport Airport Operations Supervisor Duties: Responsible for keeping the airport in compliance with Federal Aviation Administration Part 139 Certification Standards to include regulatory record keeping, maintaining airport and staff training requirements. Supervising airport contractors and construction projects for Airport Terminal and Air-side. Responsible for responding to aircraft/airport emergencies and snow removal operations with shared on-call duty for 24 hour, 7 day a week response. Expedience with Snow Removal, ARFF and Wildlife Management Plans. Career Advancement opportunity Closing Date: Wednesday, September 27, 2018
AIR SERVICE DEVELOPMENT ANALYST
The Allegheny County Airport Authority is a seek an Air Service Development Analyst. Under the general direction of the Manager, Air Service Development, provides analytical management assistance by planning, recommending, coordinating and directing programs, as well as conducts research, surveys, correspondence, business proposals, and studies related to air service development. Salary: DOE. Posting Date Closes: August 19, 2018. For more information and to apply, please visit www.flypittsburgh.com/careers
ARCHITECTURAL PROJECT MANAGER
The Allegheny County Airport Authority is seeking an Architectural Project Manager for our $1.2 Billion dollar Airport Terminal Modernization Plan. Under the limited supervision of the Vice President, Engineering, responsible for technical architectural design support and project management. This position is also responsible for way-finding, planning, and professional architectural work at Pittsburgh International Airport and Allegheny County Airport. Salary: DOE. Posting Date Closes: August 19, 2018. For more information and to apply, please visit www.flypittsburgh.com/careers
DIRECTOR OF MARKETING AND AIR SERVICE DEVELOPMENT (M&ASD)
Columbia Metropolitan Airport currently recruiting for a motivated and enthusiastic Director of Marketing and Air Service Development. Under the direction of the Executive Director, the M&ASD director will be responsible for raising Columbia Metropolitan Airport’s profile locally and nationally. Responsible for the planning, implementation and administration of marketing programs for (1) development of passenger and cargo air service, (2) development of programs for promoting travel in the Columbia market, and (3) coordination of aviation related industrial development activities and providing logistics support for regional economic development. The M&ASD director is responsible for generating greater awareness of the airport’s impact, services and successes by establishing relationships with key leaders and organizations within the community and throughout the industry; and by developing and executing strategies and campaigns to market the airport to stakeholders, passengers and air service providers.
AIRPORT MANAGER - OGD
The Ogden City Corporation is seeking an Airport Manager for Ogden-Hinckley Airport (OGD). The Airport Manager is responsible for administration, planning, development and direction of operations; requires experience in lease negotiation, fiscal management; development of commercial and private aviation; planning of present and future airport activities and day-to-day operations; maintenance and administration/management supervision.The ideal candidate will have a minimum five years’ experience in airport operations/management/economic expansion, or equivalent experience. Experience in lease negotiation and fiscal management, business administration or related field. Direct experience with FAA regulations, grant submission and oversight. Experience with a part 139 class 1 airport with an index B. Experience with TSA Airport Security Coordinator (ASC) responsibilities. ASC responsibilities include 24/7 availability to TSA requests. AAAE accreditation desired. Pilot’s license desired. Airport Security Coordinator certification required. Requires Bachelor’s degree in aviation/airport management, business administration or related field. Posting Deadline: September 7, 2018.
TBI Airport Management, Inc., located at the Ontario International Airport, in Ontario, California, is currently looking for an Operations Supervisor! The Operations Supervisor provides supervision and oversight of the airside operations, terminal operations and communications center activities at the Ontario International Airport.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS SPECIALIST
GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF CLASS: This position is responsible for assisting and coordinating a variety of activities and operations, including airfield inspections and safety and security activities. Individual must be focused on the safety, security, and efficiency of operations and the expeditious flow of aircraft and passengers. Work is performed under the general direction of a designated supervisor, and checked for accuracy, quality and the ability to complete work in a timely and cost-effective manner.
SENIOR AVIATION PLANNER
Are you looking for a new challenge in your planning career and looking to work for a top regional firm? Join Bolton & Menk and start leading aviation planning projects within our Aviation Services team. As a Senior Aviation Planner, you will collaborate with Engineers, Planners, and Technicians and will be responsible for assessing, analyzing, disclosing and documenting impacts on municipal and regional airport projects. This role will include Airport Master plans and Airport Layout plans, as well as the associated environmental planning and natural resource management strategies, relevant to aviation projects. In this role you will serve as a team leader on complex airport planning projects. Duties may include technical analysis and documentation, public outreach, management of budget and schedule, management of other staff members and subconsultants, and client communication. Bolton & Menk, Inc., is an Equal Employment Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer.
PROJECT MANAGER - NOISE PROGRAM
PROJECT MANAGER NOISE PROGRAMS Position serves as an integral part and lead point-of-contact for the development and execution of the Noise Program with critical input into the objectives, initiatives, and plans for the success of the overall program for the Piedmont Triad Airport Authority (PTAA). Interested applicants should complete a PTAA Application for Employment. Applications may be submitted online at email@example.com.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS COORDINATOR
Acts as airport management’s representative and assists in the enforcement of airport regulations, resolving problems/queries with established operating procedures and security protocols. Conducts airfield inspections; identifying, preventing, and/or removing all hazards to aviation including FOD, wildlife, etc. Issues and records all NOTAMS. Investigates and logs all aircraft noise complaints. Oversees daily construction activities to ensure safety of operations areas around construction site. Acts as a liaison between Air Traffic Control, Morristown ARFF and all responding agencies during emergencies. Assists U. S. Customs and Border Protection and Department of Agriculture officials during international arrivals. Conducts daily and periodic safety and quality control inspections of aviation fuel storage facility and monitors fueling operations. Operates the landing fee system, including logging landings, processing payments, generating invoices and statements, and customer service. Responsible for airport security, including badging, gate, and camera systems. Member of the Snow Removal Team. Performs other duties as assigned.
SENIOR PROJECT MANAGER - CORPORATE REAL ESTATE
We have a wide variety of career opportunities around the world — come find yours. Responsibilities: Senior PM will oversee a portfolio of projects that range from small and large scale facility projects in hubs or line stations and / or large scale construction Programs from inception to completion in accordance with corporate policies and standards and governing regulations and requirements. Manage team to plan and execute airport and commercial property facility and infrastructure construction projects. Manager compliance with budget, schedule and scope of the projects. Ensures that projects meet defined metrics. Effectively lead teams by establishing teams and individual goals that align with departmental goals. Oversee direct reports’ and self’s individual performance and improvement plans. Responsible for coaching, counseling, assisting employees to develop individual career development and training plans. Establish and maintain strong business relationships with airport leaders and United Internal Customers
AIRPORT OPERATIONS SUPERVISOR
The Titusville-Cocoa Airport Authority is accepting applications for the position of Airport Operations Supervisor. Duties and responsibilities include: Being available for on-call/ after-hours call-in assignments as necessary, Strongly adhering to all safety procedures for personal and vehicle safety, Ensuring a safe and secure Air Operations Area (AOA) through inspections Update and Maintain the Airport Certification Manual (ACM) and Airport Security Plan, Providing escorts as needed, •Addressing Airport tenant concerns, Providing Airfield Ground Vehicle Operations (AGVO) training, Wildlife management, Issuing Notice to Airmen (NOTAMs) to disseminate information about changed conditions on the airfield in order to help ensure safety and FAA compliance, Ensuring the Airport’s compliance with Advisory Circulars (AC), Federal Aviation Regulations Part 77, Part 139 and TSAR 1540 series regulations to comply with Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and Transportation Security Administration (TSA) requirements, •Overseeing the issuing/upkeep of gate cards and logs, Other duties as assigned.
DIRECTOR, CONCESSION AFFAIRS
Responsible for developing, implementing and monitoring plans to promote the Nashville Airport Experience (NAE) with business partners to ensure optimal delivery of guest services in travel dining, retail, rental car and other services. Develops, analyzes, negotiates, implements, and monitors business plans, proposals, contracts, leases, and agreements with current and potential business partners. Directs property and concession management, including development of applicable standards, procedures, and processes for ensuring contract compliance and promoting NAE, reports, and financial analyses. Inspects and monitors tenants to assure lease and permit compliance. Accepting applications until filled. The Metropolitan Nashville Airport Authority is an Equal Opportunity Employer and Drug Free Workplace. Employment with the Metropolitan Nashville Airport Authority is contingent upon the ability to be granted a security badge as mandated by the FAA. Post job offer background check will be conducted.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS OFFICER
Under direction, supervises, assigns, reviews, and participates in the work of staff responsible for airport operational, safety and security functions on a 24-hour basis; enforces all applicable federal, state and local safety and security rules, regulations, and procedures; represents airport management as required and ensures work quality and adherence to established policies and procedures; and performs the more technical and complex tasks relative to the assigned area of responsibility.
COORDINATOR, AIRPORT OPERATIONS/FBO
This position is at Rickenbacker International Airport and performs operational and safety functions during an assigned shift. Ensures compliance with CFR Part 139 and TSR Part 1542. Responsible to maintain compliance with the Airport Certification Manual (Daily Airfield Inspections, Wildlife Hazard Management, NOTAM Issuance, Winter Weather Operations, Emergency Response, Conducting Part 139 training, etc.). This position is also responsible for Fixed Base Operations duties such as fueling and servicing of aircraft and ground equipment; greeting customers; assisting with baggage; marshalling aircraft and operating a Point of Sale system. Other related duties include airfield efficiency assessment and individual project work. Excellent benefit package with an anticipated annual starting pay of $43,846 ($21.08/hr) plus overtime. LCK is serviced by 8 scheduled cargo airlines, 1 scheduled passenger airline and the OANG 121st ARW. Columbus is the state capital, largest city in Ohio and the Columbus metro area has a population of 2.4 million.
Job Requirements Education & Experience: • Bachelors or Associates degree in aviation management, business, public administration or related field. Equivalent education, work experience, knowledge and skills may qualify.• One (1) year of civil aviation operations and/or FBO line staff/ramp experience preferred.• Must be able to complete all applicable aircraft line service training requirements• Must possess and maintain a valid driver's license• Must be capable of working alone and serving as CRAA's single point of contact while on shift Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: • Working knowledge of airline and airport operations, fixed base operators.• Knowledge of airport administration and procedures.• Knowledge of FAA certification requirements, policies and procedures; 14 CFR Part 77 and 139, TSR 1542 and 1544 and applicable Advisory Circulars and Security Directives.• Knowledge of snow removal and ice control operations.• Ability to work snow and ice control operations.• Proficient with the Microsoft Office Suite.• Ability to work rotating shifts, including nights, weekends and holidays.• Ability to work overtime.• Ability to be on-call and respond on a 24 hour basis.• Must be flexible with work hours.• Crisis management skills.• Ability to analyze situations quickly and objectively and to determine a proper course of action to be taken in an emergency situation.• Ability to plan and coordinate multiple activities occurring simultaneously.• Ability to exercise judgment and discretion in establishing, applying and interpreting policies and procedures.• Ability to identify various aircraft.• Ability to communicate effectively verbally and in writing.• Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with co-workers, representatives of other agencies, and the general public.• Ability to type, operate computer equipment, and use wildlife pyrotechnic devices.• Strong computer skills PHYSICAL ACTIVITY & REQUIREMENTS Climbing Up to three flights including ladders, stairs, ramps, etc.Stooping Bending downward and forward at the waist. Requires full use of lower extremities and back muscles.Kneeling Resting on knee or knees.Crouching Bending downward and forward at the leg and spine.Reaching Extending hand(s) and arm(s) in any direction.Standing For extended time periods.Walking Especially for long distances.Pushing Using upper body to press against something with steady force.Pulling Using upper body to draw, drag, haul, or tug objects.Lifting Use of upper body and back muscles to lift objects.Grasping Using fingers and palm on an object for gripping, lifting and pushing.Average Hearing Ability to hear average or normal conversations and receive ordinary information.Fine, acute visual abilities Fine visual acuity, color vision; or depth perception and/or field of vision.Physical Strength Must be physically able to perform the essential functions and basic duties of assigned job. Ability to lift up to 70 lbs.
COORDINATOR, AIRPORT OPERATIONS
This position is at the John Glenn Columbus International Airport and performs all operational and safety functions during an assigned shift. Ensures compliance with the CFR Part 139 and, to a lesser extent, TSR Part 1542. Responsible to maintain compliance with all aspects of the Airport Certification Manual (Daily Airfield Inspections, Wildlife Hazard Management, NOTAM issuance, Winter Weather Operations, Emergency Response, Conducting Part 139 training, etc.). Additional duties include, but are not limited to, airfield efficiency assessment, airfield revenue tracking and individual project work. Excellent benefit package with an anticipated annual starting pay of $43,846 ($21.08/hr) plus overtime. The Columbus Regional Airport Authority operates three airports (CMH, LCK and TZR). CMH is a medium hub airport with service by 7 airlines and over 129,000 operations. Columbus is the state capital, largest city in Ohio and the Columbus metro area has a population of 2.4 million.
JOB REQUIREMENTS Education & Experience: Bachelor's degree in aviation management, business, public administration or related field. Equivalent education, work experience, knowledge and skills may qualify. One (1) year of civil aviation operations preferred. Must possess and maintain a valid driver's license Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Working knowledge of airline and airport operations, fixed base operators. Knowledge of airport administration and procedures. Considerable knowledge of FAA certification requirements, policies and procedures; 14 CFR Part 77 and 139, TSR 1542 and 1544 and applicable Advisory Circulars and Security Directives. Knowledge of snow removal and ice control operations. Ability to work snow and ice control operations. Proficient with the Microsoft Office Suite. Ability to work shift work, including weekends and holidays, on a rotating basis. Ability to work overtime. Ability to be on-call and respond on a 24 hour basis. Must be flexible with work hours. Crisis Management skills. Ability to analyze situations quickly and objectively and to determine a proper course of action to be taken in an emergency situation. Ability to plan and coordinate multiple activities occurring simultaneously. Ability to exercise judgment and discretion in establishing, applying and interpreting policies and procedures. Ability to identify various aircraft. Ability to communicate effectively verbally and in writing. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with co-workers, representatives of other agencies, and the general public. Ability to type, operate computer equipment, and use wildlife pyrotechnic devices. PHYSICAL ACTIVITY & REQUIREMENTS Light Work: Exerting up to 20 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to 10 pounds of force frequently, and or a negligible amount of force to constantly move objects. If the use of arm and/or leg controls requires exertion of forces greater than that for Sedentary Work and worker sits most of the time, the job is rated Light Work. Some exposure to risk of accident and requires safety precautions.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS SPECIALIST
The Certification & Operations Division of the Santa Barbara Airport currently has an exciting opportunity for an Airport Operations Specialist. An Airport Operations Specialist provides emergency and routine communications and dispatch functions for Airport law enforcement officers (LEOs), Airport Operations and Airport Maintenance personnel; monitoring of computerized access control and CCTV systems; serves as the Airport’s central point of contact for airport tenants and outside agencies; and provides responsible staff assistance to the Airport Operations Supervisor.
Responsible for the administration, direction, operation and coordination of personnel activities of the Transportation Department consisting of the Aberdeen Regional Airport and Public Transportation System. Accountable for the review, development, implementation and direction of operations, maintenance, activities, services, facilities, grounds, properties, goals and objectives of the Aberdeen Regional Airport and Public Transportation System. EEO
OPERATIONS SPECIALIST - AIRSIDE & LANDSIDE
Under the general supervision of the Deputy Director, during assigned shifts, monitors operations with a focus on assigned facilities. Responsibilities may include the landside or airfield including monitoring personnel operating on the airport for compliance with FAA, TSA, and Airport Authority rules and regulations. Liaisons with tenants and the public to maintain communication channels and to ensure a positive environment is maintained and concerns are addressed. Assists with the credentialing of personnel and attending the reception desk as needed. Assists with maintenance and snow removal operations as necessary. Responds to incidents and emergencies. Provides training to employees and other personnel with duties under the airport operations manuals. Manages the IT infrastructure including but not limited to the airfield inspection program, administrative network, credentialing/ training systems, common use systems and FIDS. Detailed job descriptions are available upon request. Resumes are accepted until filled. Submit resumes and references to Richard.firstname.lastname@example.org
AIRPORT SECURITY COORDINATOR - CREDENTIALING
CRA, Inc. is seeking for the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey one (1) Airport Security Coordinator – Credentialing to supplement services currently provided at Newark Liberty International airport. The requested position will assist the Airport Security Manager (ASM) to ensure airport compliance with Transportation Security Administration (TSA) Security Regulations for commercial service airports. Responsibilities will include but not be limited to the following: Develop and enforce security protocols to ensure ID card issuance procedures comply with Transportation Security Administration (TSA) Regulations and Security Directives, Port Authority (PA) Audit requirements, Air Terminal Rules and Chief Security Office’s procedures. Respond to specific PA and TSA audits and take appropriate corrective action. Retrieve and review FBI Criminal History Records Checks (CHRC) and TSA Security Threat Assessment (STA) results for each applicant. Determine eligibility and approve/deny access level requests to secured areas of the airport.
PUBLIC INFORMATION REPRESENTATIVE III
The City of San Jose-Mineta San Jose International Airport is recruiting for a Public Information Representative I/II.This position will lead, coordinate, and execute marketing/outreach plans for the Airport's Passenger and Concession Marketing programs to ensure positive passenger experiences, and to support other Airport marketing and communications programs. Key responsibilities include the creation of compelling marketing content for use in social media and other advertising channels. In addition to an understanding of digital marketing techniques and principles, successful candidates will have knowledge and demonstrable hands-on storytelling skill in at least one of the following areas: graphic design, video production/editing, photography, and/or copywriting for social media/advertising/marketing.
SFO seeks an experienced Environmental Planner to manage complex environmental planning projects and supervise planners, support staff, interns and consultants. Duties include: assisting with preparing project budgets and schedules; managing professional service contracts; analyzing and reviewing environmental impacts and mitigation measures; preparing reports related to special purpose environmental laws, environmental regulatory permits and mitigation projects; and other related duties. Position requirements: Bachelor’s degree and 5 years of progressively responsible experience in the areas of planning, environmental review, or environmental law, with at least 4 years in environmental review or environmental law including management and scheduling experience. Also, 3 years of recent and verifiable experience in airport/aviation planning plus airport facilities planning, airport master planning, airfield/airspace planning, aviation demand forecasting, and environmental planning/permitting i.e. CEQA/NEPA, BCDC, Coastal Commission, USACOE, USFWS, RWQCB, and CDFW.
Under general supervision, provides strategic oversight for the Airport Emergency Plan, Hurricane Preparedness and Recovery Plan, IROPS, Snow Plan and the Terminal Incident Response Plan. Conduct exercises related to disasters, natural or man-made to include active shooter, tornados, fire, bomb threats and evacuation. Responsible for organizing Part 139 table-top/live exercise drills in conjunction with Airport Operations. The Emergency Manager is responsible for activating the EOC at the instruction of the Executive Director or his designee to ensure disciplines of Planning, Operations, Finance/Admin and Logistics specific to NIMS standards are in place and functioning within the EOC.
Bachelor’s Degree in Emergency Management or Homeland Security preferred. Accredited CEM or AEM designation in good standing or ability to obtain certification as a CEM or AEM within one year of hire date. Minimum of 3 years’ experience in Airport Operations. Must be available to respond 24 hours a day and 7 days a week for emergencies. Serves as a conduit for Emergency Management with SEADOG. Ability to meet and maintain Transportation Security Administration requirements authorizing unescorted access entry to the AOA (Airfield Operations Area), sterile area, or secured area. Possession of a valid GA Driver’s License. Polished and professional appearance. Duties and responsibilities may be added, deleted or changed at any time at the discretion of supervisors, formally or informally, either verbally or in writing.
Corgan is actively recruiting an experienced Terminal Planner to join our growing Aviation Practice in our Dallas, New York, Los Angeles or Phoenix office locations. The firm is currently working on innovative and challenging projects throughout the U.S. and is pursuing new opportunities overseas. Our Aviation Practice offers unique opportunities for both personal and professional growth by offering a wide-range of project responsibilities and team leadership roles. The ideal candidate will be a team-oriented, highly-motivated individual seeking progressively more responsible assignments involving airport terminal planning, facility requirements analysis, conceptual design, and systems integration including baggage handling, passenger boarding bridges, aircraft parking layouts, and other related terminal systems.
Knowledge of current aviation industry regulations pertaining to airport terminal planning are required as well as be familiar with all terminal, landside and airside components. Candidates must have a professional degree in architecture or another aviation-related degree plus 7+ years of experience in the aviation field with recent terminal planning assignments. Candidates should be proficient with AutoCAD, Word, Excel, and other graphics related programs. Experience with design and implementation, Adobe Creative Suite, SketchUp or other 3-D modeling programs is a plus. Must be able to travel.
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.
Bachelor's degree in aviation management, business management or related field. 5-7 years' security experience which included functioning as a lead or supervising member of a security staff.
SIGNAGE AND WAYFINDING MANAGER
SFO seeks an experienced individual to join our Terminal Systems, Signage and Wayfinding team. This position manages the signage and wayfinding program, visual communication strategies at SFO, including static and digital messaging. Projects include working with tenants, design consultants, airline representatives, and management. Some duties include collaborating across divisions, preparing reports, budget development, managing signage contracts. Desired candidate has excellent written and verbal communication skills; experience working as a liaison to clients, vendors, consultants, and/or internal project teams; previous aviation operations experience; ability to multitask while remaining efficient, poised, and organized; proficiency in design software including Adobe Creative Suite, CAD, Revit, and SketchUp; proficiency in reading construction plans and specifications; excellent presentation and interpersonal skills to engage effectively with all levels of the organization; excellent decision-making skills and a proven ability to take ownership of programs/projects; and, ability to demonstrate results-focused and solution-driven approach with proven problem solving skills.
Apply immediately as this announcement may close at any time. About SFOSFO is a world-class, award-winning airport that served more than 55 million guests in 2017. SFO offers non-stop flights to 45 international cities on 45 international carriers. The Bay Area's largest airport also connects non-stop with 83 U.S. cities on 13 domestic airlines. In fiscal year 16/17, the Airport, an enterprise department of the City & County of San Francisco, accounted for $8.4 billion in business activity and supported over 42,800 direct jobs. SFO’s mission is to provide an exceptional airport in service to our communities and is committed to redefining air travel. SFO has embarked on the renovation of Terminal 1, the largest capital project in the Airport’s $7.3 billion Ascent Program. For more information, visit www.flysfo.com. View a video about careers at SFO. Position Description Under administrative direction of the Terminal Systems, Signage, and Wayfinding Senior Manager, the Signage and Wayfinding Manager is responsible for the visual communication strategies through the airport which includes static and digital messaging signage and wayfinding. This Signage and Wayfinding Manager will lead, coordinate, and implement the SFO Wayfinding Guidance System, as well as work with the Wayfinding Program Manager in directing and coordinating all airport signage projects with airport tenants, design consultants, airline representatives, and airport management. This position will manage the Airport signage standards program in regards to customer wayfinding and placement of signage, which is vital to excellent customer service. The essential functions of this position include: Manages the signage and wayfinding program encompassing the visual communication strategies through the airport which includes static and digital messaging, signage and wayfinding; coordinates and maintains current terminal signage and airport maps with divisions, airlines, contractors, and government agencies including all operational changes (i.e. Airline moves, additions, deletions); analyzes wayfinding issues to identify deficiencies, develop solutions, and recommend changes. Works collaboratively across divisions to develop, monitor, and maintain airport signage standards and graphics programs to ensure all signage and informational displays are current, consistent and comply with established standards; serves as the Wayfinding System interface, managing and directing large multi-stakeholder teams; works collaboratively across divisions to develop and maintain airport signage standards to ensure a consistent and well-managed wayfinding program for the traveling public including post security maps in all terminals. In conjunction with the Wayfinding Program Manager, manages signage contracts for airport related signage projects by monitoring progress of projects, ensuring timely completion, and preparing necessary reports; coordinates with other airport departments, consultants or contractors to ensure timely and appropriate design, production and installation of airport signs. Responds to any signage-related complaints via letter, phone or comment cards and providing appropriate response and corrective action as required. Reviews signage requests for appropriateness and compliance with established standards; reviews plans and makes recommendations for construction projects. Plans and directs the work of staff who implement and maintain an airport-wide signage and wayfinding strategy that allows any person to navigate to his or her destination; directs the allocation of resources to achieve timely outcomes and measurable goals within budget. Coordinates all terminal information and wayfinding sign repair/replacement/updates across multiple divisions, including Reprographics and the Sign Shop, for implementation; coordinates and approves signage changes with airport tenants and other airport divisions, both digital and static as well as temporary and permanent. Manages, updates, and coordinates all digital signage content for signs providing information and direction throughout the terminals, checkpoints and facility; researches latest trends and recommends solutions for digital and dynamic wayfinding solutions. Represents the Airport Services group as a stakeholder for all projects involving customer interaction with signage and wayfinding, including planning and implementation. Participates in budget development by providing detailed justification and persuasive arguments for proposals or initiatives; coordinates budget preparation, monitors expenditures and financial reporting for the signage and wayfinding section; implements and closely monitors budget expenditures to provide executive management with an early warning and practical options to potential cost overruns. Prepares reports, memoranda, and correspondence. Adjusts plans and programs to meet emerging or new programs related to signage and wayfinding, while continuing to address major airport priorities. Assists in developing and implementing operational policies to ensure the efficient operation of signage and wayfinding section. As part of the Terminal Systems, Signage and Wayfinding Team, performs other tasks as assigned with that group. Nature of Work May be required to deal with system interruptions/tests and emergencies outside of regular schedule, including weekends, nights and holidays. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Education Possession of a baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university. Experience Three (3) years of professional experience in a complex transportation related environment designing environmental graphics or leading/implementing projects. License and Certification Possession of a valid California driver’s license. (California driver’s license must be obtained before appointment to position.) SubstitutionEducation Substitution: Additional experience as described above may be substituted for the required degree on a year-for-year basis (up to the maximum of 2 years). One year of experience will be considered equivalent to thirty (30) semester or forty-five (45) quarter units of college coursework. For more information and to apply, please visit: 0922 Signage and Wayfinding Manager An Equal Opportunity Employer
AIRPORT DUTY MANAGER
Company: San Francisco International Airport (SFO) (1056334)
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Title: Airport Duty Manager
Job ID: 11331084
SFO is recruiting for an Airport Duty Manager to serve as a representative of the Airport Director. This position oversees all airport activities and, as directed, is responsible for the coordination of all airport divisions/sections. In the absence of a more senior management level, the incumbent assumes responsibility for the function, operations and physical maintenance of the entire Airport complex and represents Airport management during emergencies 24 hours per day. Desired candidate has two years of supervisory experience in planning, directing and/or managing of airport facilities and/or aviation operations; excellent oral and written communication skills; ability to conduct press interviews; experience with heavy coordination of airport/airline operations with the responsibility for the overall management of the operation at a particular airport/station; experience in responding to and coordinating airport emergencies and incidents of all types; completion of ICS classes (100, 200, 300, 400, 700, and 800) and is AAE certified.
Apply immediately as this announcement may close at any time. About SFOSFO is a world-class, award-winning airport that served more than 55 million guests in 2017. SFO offers non-stop flights to 45 international cities on 45 international carriers. The Bay Area's largest airport also connects non-stop with 83 U.S. cities on 13 domestic airlines. In fiscal year 16/17, the Airport, an enterprise department of the City & County of San Francisco, accounted for $8.4 billion in business activity and supported over 42,800 direct jobs. SFO’s mission is to provide an exceptional airport in service to our communities and is committed to redefining air travel. SFO has embarked on the renovation of Terminal 1, the largest capital project in the Airport’s $7.3 billion Ascent Program. For more information, visit www.flysfo.com. View a video about careers at SFO. ADDITIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES · Coordinates and manages all operational activities of airport staff to ensure the safety and security of passengers, tenants, and employees; direct influence over the performance of all airport operational staff including terminals, security, airfield, baggage, parking facilities, remote property, and landside operations on a shift by shift basis.· Identifies potential problems and initiates corrective actions to minimize impact to the traveling public; coordinates resolution of issues with senior management, tenants, government officials, and other airport users; determines work priorities and deadlines; delegates to appropriate airport personnel to accomplish objectives.· Conducts a daily briefing with senior staff and shift briefings with all department management to provide critical information to all areas.· Coordinates scheduling, scope of work and safety issues with stakeholders on all construction and maintenance projects to insure minimal operational disruption; monitors all construction activity occurring in “active” terminals to address safety and customer satisfaction concerns.· Responds and manages the airport facility including the Emergency Operations Center during emergencies; coordinates support activities for routine and non-routine situations requiring the cooperation of federal, state, and local agencies.· Conducts safety spot checks of all Airport facilities; responds, assesses, and fixes security issues to prevent violations and fines as related to Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) 1540-1542.· Represents the Airport Director and Senior Staff during emergencies; serves as the Senior Leader on duty and the Airport media spokesperson during off hours.· Manages special events including film shoots, VIP, Government Affairs escorts by notifying all stakeholders, providing consulate assistance, and coordinating activities.· Monitors and approves the use of common-use equipment including gates, checkpoint equipment, ticket counters, jet bridges, baggage handling systems, and baggage carousels to ensure critical equipment is available during irregular operations or emergencies.· Manages access to Special System Rooms (SSR) and sensitive support areas to prevent any unauthorized access; verifies tenant, maintenance, and construction crew credentials, tools, liquids, and materials to ensure compliance with security regulations.· Manages tarmac delay program to ensure compliance with Federal guidelines by interacting with Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and airlines to provide alternate gates and/or bus operations; monitors ground transportation traffic flow to ensure sufficient resources for customers and help enforce provider compliance; and monitors AirTrain and BART services to ensure service levels and resolution of outages.· Coordinates daily with SFPD, Security Operations Center (SOC), security vendor, and TSA to ensure security procedural compliance and manage security events.· Directs the use of tenant communication tools including updates to Passur and Everbridge to provide routine and emergency information to airlines and other stakeholders.· Advises Communications staff during Airport critical events including content of each incident communication.· Monitors the efficiency of security checkpoint lines (line wait compliance), passenger screening equipment, queuing systems, and checked baggage equipment to support the airport’s goals and customer service expectations.· Coordinates with TSA and Law Enforcement to determine threat during security breaches and manages events including evacuation, facility searches, and re-screening.· Assists SFPD-AB with managing the transient program by actively monitoring facilities, admonishing individuals, signing citizen arrest forms, updating the Airport’s data file, and appearing in Court.· Responds to complaints from staff, airlines, tenant, concessions, and the general public to resolve concerns and support the Airport’s mission.· Monitors the issuance of Notice to Airmen (NOTAMS) to reflect changing airfield conditions and/or hazards to air traffic. For an inside look at this position in action, check out Inside SFO Episode #24 - Airport Duty Managers QUALIFYING EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATION· Baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university; AND• Five (5) years of professional experience in airport facilities or aviation operations at a medium to large commercial airport including two (2) years of supervisory experience in planning, directing and/or managing of airport facilities and/or aviation operations AND• Possession of a valid Class C California driver’s license (The required driver’s license must be obtained prior to appointment. Employees are required to maintain a satisfactory driving record) WORKING CONDITIONSThis position requires rotating shifts – encompasses 24 hours 7 days a week shift coverage including weekends and holidays. Position requires prolonged standing and walking, and occasional squatting, kneeling and climbing. Working conditions may necessitate working at sites with noise greater 90 decibels; may include heights, streets and roadways. SUBSTITUTIONEducation Substitution: Additional experience as described above may be substituted for the required degree on a year-for-year basis (up to the maximum of 2 years). Thirty (30) semester units or forty-five (45) quarter units equal one year. For more information and to apply, please visit: 0923 Manager II: Airport Duty Manager An Equal Opportunity Employer
LAND USE/ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNER I
As a Land Use/Environmental Planner I supporting the County's Airports Division, you will provide assistance to staff and management regarding a full range of airports functions, including operations, maintenance activities, public relations, real property, and long-term facility and environmental planning. You will coordinate the preparation of airport reviews and studies, including Part 150 studies, Master Planning, Airport Layout Plans, to ensure compliance with Federal Aviation Administration advisory circulars, State, and Local regulations and development guidelines. The ideal candidate is one who communicates effectively verbally and in writing to a diverse set of stakeholders and audiences, takes initiative as a self-starter, is customer-focused, values and respects others, drives to excel, facilitates teamwork and collaboration, learns continuously, demonstrates ethical behavior, and supports forward-thinking and change. The candidate has a working knowledge of airport design and operations, as well as a desire to help the County meet environmental regulations and facility planning objectives.
The County of San Diego's Department of Public Works is seeking qualified applicants for the position of:LAND USE/ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNER I-AIRPORTS This is a series recruitment that may be subject to suspend on Tuesday, August 28 2018, at 11:59 p.m. PER COUNTY RULES, THIS POSITION IS ELIGIBLE FOR APPOINTMENT AT STEP 1, $58,760.00 ANNUALLY. COUNTY EMPLOYEES ARE SUBJECT TO THE COUNTY PROMOTION RULE FOR STEP PLACEMENT IN ACCORDANCE WITH COMP ORD 1.3.5. The Position Land Use/Environmental Planner I is the first working level class in the series and performs professional environmental and planning studies, research, and data analysis to develop goals and policy or project recommendations for adoption by decision-making bodies. Incumbents independently process projects/tasks characterized by having moderate public controversy, and of low complexity such as minor use permits, variances, administrative permits, boundary adjustments, tentative parcel maps, or policy and ordinance changes. Minimum Qualifications 1. A bachelor's degree from an accredited U.S. college or university, or a certified foreign studies equivalency, in airport/aviation management or closely related field, AND, one (1) year of progressively responsible professional level experience in airport planning. Experience must have been at the level equivalent to a Junior Land Use/Environmental Planner within the County of San Diego; OR,2. A master's degree from an accredited U.S. college or university, or a certified foreign studies equivalency, in one of the fields stated above. No experience required; OR,3. One (1) year of experience as a Junior Land Use/Environmental Planner with the County of San Diego. Note: Professional level land use/environmental planning experience in a public or private agency may substitute for education on a year for year basis, for up to two (2) years of the education requirement. Degree must be from a U.S. accredited college or university, or certified equivalency for foreign studies must be provided.
DIRECTOR OF AIRLINE ROUTE DEVELOPMENT - BOS
Massachusetts Port Authority is seeking a Director of Airline Route Development to attract new and expanded international and domestic passenger and cargo flights to Logan International Airport (BOS) and other Massport owned or operated airports, while maintaining existing services.The ideal candidate will have thorough knowledge of international airline planning, marketing, finance and economics development and thorough knowledge of international sales and marketing and cultural protocols. Successful candidates will have a bachelor’s degree in marketing, business administration, finance, economics or related field or equivalent professional experience required. Master's degree preferred. Also required is 5-7 years’ experience in airline planning, revenue management, or marketing or 5 – 7 years’ experience in airport route development or aviation business consulting.Posting Deadline: Open Until Filled
Position Qualifications Thorough knowledge of international airline planning, marketing, finance and economics development Thorough knowledge of international sales and marketing and cultural protocols. Bachelor's degree in marketing, business administration, finance, economics or related field or equivalent professional experience required. Master's degree preferred. Also required is 5-7 years’ experience in airline planning, revenue management, or marketing or 5 – 7 years’ experience in airport route development or aviation business consulting.
Eastern Region, Airports Division, Harrisburg Airports District Office (ADO) has a vacancy for a Civil Engineer. This position serves as a Civil Engineer and project manager for the Office of Airports, Harriisburg ADO in the Eastern Region, in support of the Airport Improvement Program (AIP). This position is located in Camp Hill, PA. Salary ranges from $62,129 to $96,302 per year. No relocation expenses are included. This vacancy is open till August 15, 2018. You can view this job along with all ARP announcements posted on the USAJobs site: https://www.usajobs.gov/Search/?a=TD03&p=1&k=arp- The USAJobs site contains information on qualifications and how to apply.
SECURITY ADMINISTRATOR ASSISTANT
Security Administrator Assistant – Florida - Category 2 airport is currently seeking a full-time assistant for the Security Administrator, with previous experience in an airport badging office environment. Initial job duties would include data entry, incoming and outgoing phone calls, filing and fingerprinting. Future goals would include cross training in all areas of the Badging Office. Applicant must be detail oriented and possess an ability to work with and communicate well with individuals from various diverse multi-cultural groups. Hourly rate of pay is negotiable and dependent on experience. Hours are Monday – Friday 8 am to 4:30 pm. Some full-time benefits included are; enrolled into the Florida Retirement System, paid health insurance for the employee, paid sick and vacation leave.
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SENIOR OPERATIONS COORDINATOR
Under the direction of the Airport Operations Manager, the Senior Operations Coordinator will be responsible for a variety of duties including, but not limited to: •Responsible for maintaining safety under FAR Part 139 requirements. •Performing inspections and maintaining aeronautical area records. •Performing Aircraft Rescue & Fire Fighting (ARFF) •Monitor Airport Operations Coordinators in the performance of their assigned duties and training. •Wildlife management practices and control. •Construction area requirements and coordination. •Emergency equipment requirements and all aircraft fueling practices. •Responsible for issuing NOTAMS. •Responsible for snow removal operations. •Participates in Noise Abatement Program and Compliance. •Represent Airport Management in routine matters. Possession of a legal NYS Drivers license and capable of obtaining a Class B license. Must have a college degree with a minimum of 3 years airport operations experience. Ability to read and interpret safety documents. Deadline: 8/31/18
CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER
Reporting directly to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO), the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) is responsible for directing and overseeing all the financial activities and functions of Detroit Metro and Willow Run Airports, including responsibility for Financial Reporting and Disclosures, Debt Management, Construction Accounting Management, Budgeting, Risk Management and Safety, Treasury and Investment Management. The CFO plays a key role in anticipating and planning for current and future financial needs and growth of the Airports. The CFO provides financial leadership and oversight of all financial operating functions that supports the achievement of the Authority’s financial goals and objectives.
Master’s Degree or equivalent in business administration, accounting or finance; AND a minimum of eight (8) years’ experience in financial management with increasing responsibilities for multi-faceted strategic planning. CERTIFICATES & LICENSE CPA (Highly Preferred) REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE BASE Financial reporting and disclosures and evaluating the impact of implementing new accounting standards Principles and techniques of financial analysis and planning, strategic planning, forecasting, corporate finance and developing budgets Ability to work across the entire financial spectrum including accounting and financial reporting, budgeting, risk and safety management, debt and construction costs management, pension systems and cash and investment management (Treasury) Outstanding leadership skills with a proven ability to build high performance teams as well as financial processes and systems Must be able to work in a fast paced ever changing environment.
DIRECTOR OF AIR SERVICE DEVELOPMENT AND MARKETING
Airport Profile: •Serving the top tourism destination in the US •Strong history of international charter service and evolving to Allegiant’s largest base •Serving 3 million passengers per year (2018f) with over 70 non-stop destinations •Low cost airport focusing on partner airports with similar profile •Double digit growth for 7 of the last 10 years Position Summary: The Director of Air Service Development (ASD) and Marketing at the Orlando Sanford International Airport is responsible for creating and implementing the air service development strategy, marketing, and community awareness to increase the airline capacity, frequency and passenger levels.
Company Background: TBI US Operations, Inc. is the parent company of two main trading units of business within the “TBI” family; OSGroup (includes all the legal trading entities operational at the Orlando Sanford International Airport), and TBI Airport Management, Inc. (TBI AM). OSGroup has a long term management contract (each 20 years) with the Sanford Airport Authority (SAA) to operate the international and domestic terminals at SFB. TBI AM has total or partial management contracts from governments or local authorities in seven additional airports in the U.S. (Atlanta, Atlantic City, Burbank, Ontario, Macon (2) and Raleigh-Durham). Airports Worldwide (AWW) is the ultimate global parent company responsible for the ownership, operation and management of TBI’s airport activities. AWW is currently present in 11 airports throughout 4 countries with numerous subsidiaries. Primary Job Responsibilities:AIR SERVICE DEVELOPMENT:• Formulate and execute strategies (i) to attract and retain airline services and passengers and (ii) to attract new services to diversify the customer base and mitigate concentration risk.• Research opportunities regarding new airline customers or route opportunities.• Analyze data to support strategic initiatives. • Compose and carry out air service development presentations.• Manage airline programs to generate higher aeronautical and non-aeronautical yields.• Negotiate agreements with airline customers encompassing the terms and conditions of their activity at the airport, including rates and charges.• Carry out role of primary contact with airlines customers regarding relationships and service delivery.• Develop airline incentive programs to stimulate passenger growth.• Increase number of airlines, seat capacity, frequency and new destinations• Increase aero and non-aero revenue.• Coordinate research and studies to develop ASD strategy, identify catchment area and identify target markets using industry recognized consultants and resources. MARKETING:• Serve as liaison with public authorities to guide a common philosophy for the airport and provide support for community involvement in airport initiatives. • Brand champion –owns all aspects of promoting and protecting the SFB brand; coordinate and manage the airport’s brand awareness to the local community and airline industry. • Develop strategic partnerships with key tourism partners for the airport.• Research, coordinate and manage various staff projects and studies as required, providing marketing and promotional recommendations on possible courses of action or solutions.• Supervise the preparation and creation for various media (print, radio, TV, web, etc.).• Manage the planning and implementation of press releases, news conferences and other special events.• Develop and implement a focused marketing program based on research and deep understanding of market, both inbound and outbound.• Identify appropriate events and community involvement activities to further the marketing strategy and promote the airport in the region, including events, sponsorships and speaking engagements.• As part of the marketing strategy, identify advertising opportunities that support the goal.• Develop a complementary social media strategy using tools such as Facebook, website and Twitter.• Develop, implement and manage the marketing budget.• Assist General Manager and CFO in the development of commercial programs in the terminal to serve passengers.• In coordination with our partner, SAA, develop and position brand of airport to customers which includes passengers and airlines. OTHER: • Maintain partnership with SAA and meet deliverables defined in contract with SAA.• Manage and coordinate customer relationships pertaining to the SFB fueling joint-venture.• Supervise the sales and operational activities of the airport’s passenger lounge, the Royal Palm Lounge.• Assist with air service development/marketing needs for TBI AM on an ad hoc basis.• Develop a team to support the goals and objectives of the division.• Responsible for monthly reporting to the SAA and AWW boards (through the GM).• Direct oversight on the delivery of customer service through the information services and VIP lounge.• Additional duties as assigned. Organizational Chart and Direct Reports: PR Manager, Information Booth Volunteers, Analyst, Royal Palm Lounge Supervisor, Marketing Coordinator QUALIFICATIONS: The ideal candidate will demonstrate the ability to think creatively and outside the box while remaining resilient and persistent in identifying and pursing new opportunities for marketing and air service development. The Orlando market sells itself, so the successful candidate will be able to capitalize on the myriad of opportunities that are already present in this area. • Bachelor’s degree in Marketing, Business Administration, Airport Management or a related field is required. Master’s degree is a plus.• Minimum of 5 years of experience in an airline or airport related field. • Demonstrated knowledge and experience in air service development and marketing, including contracts is required.• Experience with airline networks and alliances, tour operators and packaging, preferably tourism, is required.• 2+ years of supervisory responsibilities.• International air service development experience is desirable.• Commercial development experience is desirable.• Experience at a privatized airport a major plus.• Bilingual language skills a plus.HEALTH AND SAFETY RESPONSIBLITIES: • Take all reasonable and necessary precautions to ensure personal health and safety, as well as that of co-workers and any other person(s).• Report immediately to management, all unsafe and unhealthy conditions.• Report immediately to management, all occurrences that cause injury or damage to any person or property.• Comply with AWW/TBI’s Environmental Safety and Health program and procedures. WORKING CONDITIONS:Physical Effort:While performing the duties of the position, the employee is regularly required to sit, stand and walk for extended periods of time throughout the course of daily activities. The employee is occasionally required to climb, lift, balance, stoop, kneel, or crouch. The employee is required to work on a computer, in addition to doing paper work. Mental Effort:Position involves encounters with members at every level of the organization, airline employees, vendors, subcontractors, regulatory stakeholders, shareholders and members of the public, and requires a sense of responsibility to provide a high level of service and accurate information. The position involves stress associated with responding to/solving problems. The position requires the exercise of discretion and independent judgment, as well as a creative approach to formulating responses, as required. Operations are dynamic and situations may require immediate attention. This position has high exposure to the public and requires a professional approach and demeanour under all conditions.
AVIATION PLANNER (CORPORATE REAL ESTATE)
We have a wide variety of career opportunities all around the world - come find yours! Overview Responsibilities would include assisting with the development of airport master plans, analyzing gate and terminal layouts, managing on-call aviation planning services, recommending long term plans to implement company's strategic objectives and support for project managers in general planning tasks. Develop airport master plans, United support and operational space master plans, feasibility studies, land/easement acquisition services, aviation planning services, and support for Corporate Real Estate.
Required Bachelor’s Degree in Aviation Management, Architecture, Civil Engineering Familiarity with FAA Advisory Circulars and Orders; ACRP Standards (LOS) GIS AutoCAD Adobe Suite - Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Project Collaborative approach, problem solving skills, strong communication skills 5 + years’ experience in Aviation Airfield and Terminal Planning Must be able to travel to locations served by United as (approximately 25-50%) Must be legally authorized to work in the United States for any employer without sponsorship Successful completion of interview to meet job qualifications Reliable, punctual attendance is an essential function of the position Preferred Knowledge of International Civil Aviation Organizations (ICAO) airport design/operation standards and International Air Transportation Association (IATA) planning standards a plus .
DIRECTOR OF FINANCE & ADMINISTRATION - CRW
The Central West Virginia Regional Airport Authority is seeking a Director of Finance & Administration to coordinate, oversee, and ensure the preparation of the operating and capital budget and preparation of financial reports for the Authority. This position is also responsible for cash and investment management controlling fund disbursement for operating and capital expenses; overseeing procurement procedures and activities and ensuring compliance with procedures, rules and regulations; arranging for internal audits of Authority accounts to ensure compliance with financial procedures and standards. This professional supervisory position involves close cooperation with managers across the enterprise to ensure high quality budgeting, capital planning, and meaningful management reporting. It also involves the delivery of technical advice to senior leadership in order to meet all key performance objectives in relation to financial management. As well as supervision, training and coaching to finance and administrative services teams.
Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university in Finance, Economics, Accounting, Business or other appropriate field. CPA required. MBA, MA, or MPA highly desired. Government experience is required, and West Virginia government experience is a plus. Airport experience is preferred. Additionally, four to ten years of experience; or equivalent combination of closely related training, education and experience.
AIRPORT DIRECTOR - CITY OF SAN ANGELO
Position: AIRPORT DIRECTOR - CITY OF SAN ANGELO Starting Salary: $82,218-$123,056/YR/DOQ GENERAL PURPOSE: Under limited supervision, directs the operations and staff of the San Angelo Regional Airport - Mathis Field (SJT); assures compliance of airport activities with City, state and Federal regulations. To apply, please visit: http://www.cosatx.us
GENERAL PURPOSE: Under limited supervision, directs the operations and staff of the San Angelo Regional Airport - Mathis Field (SJT); assures compliance of airport activities with City, state and Federal regulations. DUTIES: Directs the operations, marketing, business development, administrative management, regulatory, security, safety, and grants management functions; assures that the airport permits, agreements, insurance, and operations meet state and Federal compliance regulations. Directs operations, evaluates and analyzes issues, and recommends and implements solutions; develops airport plans, goals, objectives, policies and procedures. Directs airport staff; prioritizes and assigns tasks and projects; trains and evaluates staff; develops staff skills and conducts performance evaluations; meets regularly with staff to discuss and resolve workload and technical issues; reviews the work of assigned staff to assure the work quality and timely accomplishment of assigned duties and responsibilities. Communicates with general public, hangar tenants, regulatory agencies, and others in order to coordinate daily operations, special events and maintenance of airport grounds and buildings. Posts, enforces, interprets and assures compliance with safety notices and use regulations from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and Texas Department of Transportation (TX DOT). Coordinates and supervises inspection, maintenance and repairs of City airport facilities, ground support equipment and security, in compliance with applicable FAA and OSHA regulations. Manages the development and processing of leases, contracts, bids, fee resolutions and policy issues; maintains records, prepares activity and financial reports, and completes technical forms. Monitors and reviews trends in airport operations and management issues; researches and identifies revenue enhancement and development opportunities; recommends operational, procedural and policy improvements. Assesses emergency situations and implements response procedures. Participates in meetings with government officials and community groups; provides advice and counsel to the Airport Advisory Board, City Manager, and other City departments. Responds to requests for information; provides technical information to other airport management organizations; identifies and researches technical issues, and recommends solutions. Develops and monitors department budget and capital improvement program; prepares special and recurring operational reports; recommends and implements changes to existing policies. MINIMUM STANDARDS & ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: Bachelor's Degree in Aviation Management, Business Administration or Public Administration; AND seven years’ experience in operational management of a general aviation airport; OR an equivalent combination of education and experience. Required knowledge of: City organization, operations, policies and procedures; State and Federal codes and regulations relating to airport facilities and aviation operations, including FAA, TXDOT, Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Department of Homeland Security (DHS), and OSHA safety standards; Aviation program planning and marketing principles; General aviation and airport operation methods, practices and security procedures; Principles and practices of administrative management, including personnel rules, cost accounting, budgeting, and employee supervision; Lease and contract development and negotiation principles; Research methods for grant funded programs and grant management procedures; Principles of record keeping and records management; and Occupational hazards and safety precautions. Required skill in: Interpreting and applying airport operational and safety standards and procedures, applicable Federal rules and regulations, and City policies and procedures; Planning and developing airport infrastructure ahead of needs and demands; Promoting the airport to attract new economic development opportunities; Interpreting customer needs and solving difficult customer service issues; Assessing and prioritizing multiple tasks, projects and demands; Establishing and maintaining cooperative working relationships with City employees, officials, and representatives from other local, state and Federal agencies; Supervising staff, and delegating tasks and authority; and Operating a personal computer utilizing a variety of business software. Work is performed in a standard office environment. Accredited Airport Executive certification from the American Association of Airport Executives is required. A valid driver’s license with a good driving record is required. Selected applicant must pass a background investigation. TO APPLY, PLEASE VISIT: http://www.cosatx.us Job positions are subject to close prior to advertised closing dates.
AIRPORT OPERATION MANAGER - AIRFIELD
Under the general direction of the Superintendent of Airport Operations is responsible during their assigned shift for monitoring and ensuring the safe, convenient and efficient day?to?day operations of the Salt Lake City Department of Airports through frequent interaction with the public, airlines, tenants, Transportation Security Administration (TSA), Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and other government agencies. Serves as the Airport Duty Manager acting as the principal airport management representative, with the responsibilities and accountability commensurate with that position. Responsible for the management and coordination of airport activities and personnel in the absence of senior management, and is frequently required to make immediate decisions in management of airport activities that significantly impact airport liability, cost containment, airport operations and life safety. This is a managerial position that requires 24 hour availability, uncompensated call outs and assignments to various operational shifts.
Coordinates and manages the actions of airport personnel to ensure compliance with policies, procedures, and the delivery of customer service. Coordinates the day?to?day activities of personnel from all operating divisions and provides direction to those work groups that do not have on?duty supervisory staff. Provides guidance and mitigates time?critical issues that cannot be handled by on?duty supervisors. Ensures that activities conducted at the airports do not create a negative impact on the efficient operation of the facilities. Interacts with senior airline and tenant management to provide information, interpret rules and regulations, and explain procedures. Supervises and plans subordinate personnel activities to ensure continuous compliance with the requirements defined under Federal Aviation Regulation Part 139 and Transportation Security Regulation 1542. Coordinates runway closures, maintenance of taxiways and runways, aircraft parking and escorts, wildlife management and low visibility operations. Oversees and ensures the safe operation of terminals, concourses, runways, ramps, taxiways, leased airfield areas, Navaids, signs and markings. Ensures necessary paperwork and correspondence is completed to maintain FAA certifications. Conducts regular inspections and spot checks of airport facilities, with an emphasis on customer service delivery to ensure satisfactory levels of service, repair, maintenance, and that construction activities comply with the current operational philosophy. Receives, responds, and documents complaints received about services. Investigates and resolves operational problems involving airport users. Conducts studies and projects, as directed, to develop or refine operating policies and procedures. Determines actions to be taken as a basis for making recommendations and decisions on operational matters. Assists in the formulation of standards and implementation of approved programs. Collects divisional information and provides consultation on a daily basis to other Airport managers and shift supervisors on all airfield, secured terminal areas and landside to ensure daily coordination and understanding of airport-wide operations. Collects, analyzes and disseminates aviation related information to other US airports, the media and the airlines to ensure up-to-date data is available for the daily coordination and decision making processes involved in providing airline and airport services. Coordinates runway closure, surface and security of taxiways and runways, aircraft parking and escorts, wildlife management and low visibility operations. Oversees and ensures the safe operation of airfield concourses, runways, ramps, taxiways, Navaids, signs and markings. Assumes operational control of the airport as Incident Commander in threatened or actual emergency situations or drills. Updates and provides consultation to Senior Management and Airport Public Relations while coordinating incident response from Airport Police, Fire or other responding Airport personnel. Responsible for the monitoring and coordination of snow condition assessment and snow removal efforts with the Maintenance Division. Utilizes Saab Friction Testers weather computers, surface scan sensors, runway electrical systems, and other computerized information in the data-gathering process. Coordinates de-icing process with airlines, develops and implements plans for low visibility operations. Issues notices (NOTAMS) identifying operational deviations for pilots. Utilizes Saab Friction Tester, weather software, surface scan sensors, runway electrical systems and other data collection equipment to assist in accurate analysis of runway and Airport conditions. Plans, designs, organizes, and implements specific programmatic functions for Airfield Operations including Airport Operations Specialist and Airport Operations Manager Training, Airfield Operations Procedures, Airfield Pavement Maintenance, Wildlife Management Control, Construction Safety, Hiring, Evaluation, Personnel Issues, Administrative Support, etc. Researches applicable FAA/TSA regulations, ordinances, and laws for compliance. Develops policies and procedures to enhance program effectiveness. Hires, trains, coaches, counsels, and conducts performance appraisals on assigned shift Airport Operations Specialists. Provides consultation and management direction to Airport Operations Specialists ensuring that all Specialists operate within Airport and City policies and procedures as well as federal regulations and requirements. Utilize computer and associated software programs to prepare programmatic reports and daily operational records for Senior Managers which reflect incident coordination, issues in construction areas, equipment condition, staff efficiency, and any other noteworthy operational events. Performs other duties as assigned.
AIRPORT SECURITY MANAGER
Responsible for directing all security efforts for the Nashville International Airport and ensuring compliance with Transportation Security Administration (TSA) regulations and requirements, as well as the Airport Security Plan (ASP). Directs enforcement of airport rules and regulations to ensure compliance. Manages security programs and components, including the location of cameras, doors, and gates. Administers process and procedures used to protect badge applicants’ private information.
Bachelor's Degree in criminal justice, business administration, public administration, or related field required. A minimum of five (5) to seven (7) years of related experience required. This includes criminal justice, business administration, and/or public administration.Three (3) to five (5) years of supervisory experience required. Application Deadline: Friday, August 10, 2018 Starting Salary Range: $57,497 - $73,309 Apply by visiting: https://rn12.ultipro.com/MET1000/JobBoard/JobDetails.aspx?__ID=*AB6AC7028DFA6CD4 The Metropolitan Nashville Airport Authority is an Equal Opportunity Employer and Drug Free Workplace. Employment with the Metropolitan Nashville Airport Authority is contingent upon the ability to be granted a security badge as mandated by the FAA. Post job offer background check will be conducted.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS SUPERVISOR
TBI Airport Management, Inc., located at the Ontario International Airport, in Ontario, California, is currently looking for an Operations Supervisor! The Operations Supervisor provides supervision and oversight of the airside operations, terminal operations and communications center activities at the Ontario International Airport.
Major Responsibilities and Functions: Represents airport management when responding to incidents and emergencies as part of the Unified Incident Command under the Airport Emergency Plan and the Airport Security Program. Performs daily 14 CFR Part 139 inspections in a vehicle and on foot related to pavement management, signage, markings, lighting, wildlife mitigation, safety areas, aircraft operations and NAVAIDS in order to maintain the Airport’s Operating Certificate. Issues NOTAMs accordingly. Performs daily 49 CFR Part 1542 inspections related to airport security in order to ensure compliance with TSA regulations. Enforces and initiates corrective actions on all applicable Federal, State, local regulations as well as Airport rules, regulations, procedures and policies. Issues Notices of Violation related to airport safety, security and environmental requirements. Ensures timely and accurate recordkeeping of airfield and other airport activities as well as other documents necessary to maintain the Airport’s Operating Certification. Utilizes Access Control System, Digital Video Surveillance System, and any other communications systems during incident investigations. Acts as a liaison between airport administration and the FAA, TSA, NTSB, ATCT and airport tenants by reporting and disseminating information regarding construction, emergency and other incidents affecting aircraft movement and airfield conditions. Operational oversight of airside construction projects. Manages gate utilization for 14 air carrier gates. Performs terminal inspections to ensure compliance with concession and janitorial contract requirements. Performs Operations Coordinator duties in the Communications Center as required. Performs Airport Badging Office functions during nights, weekends and on holidays, as needed. Provides customer service over the phone and in person. Takes reasonable and necessary precautions to ensure personal health and safety. Qualifications: Graduation from an accredited college or university with a bachelor’s degree in aviation management or a closely related field, and minimum 2 years of experience in airport operations, airport communications center; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Working knowledge of 14 CFR Part 139 and associated Advisory Circulars as well as Part 77. Working knowledge of 49 CFR Part 1542 and associated Security Directives. Familiarity with law enforcement, fire department, aviation radio communications. Working knowledge of CLETS / JDIC, Access Control, Video Surveillance Systems, Facility Fire Monitoring Systems, and Emergency Paging Software. Ability to multi-task, maintain awareness, and respond effectively to emergency situations in a calm and controlled manner. Proficient with Microsoft Office; primarily Word, Excel and Access. Ability to pass and maintain security clearance as required by role and TSA regulations. Ability to pass initial drug screen and subsequent drug screen tests, education and certification requirements. Maintains valid driver’s license with acceptable driving record. Availability to work additional hours as needed. Dependable, demonstrates initiative, attention to detail and sound judgment. Willingness to learn and take ownership of assigned projects as well as possess effective interpersonal and communication skills. Ability to follow verbal and written instructions. Effectively communicate verbally and in writing.
AIR SERVICES & BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT MANAGER
The Jackson County Airport Authority is seeking an Air Service & Business Development Manager for the Rogue Valley International-Medford Airport (MFR). The ideal candidate is a creative, strategic thinker with strong leadership abilities. The incumbent will be responsible for the development and execution of air service development strategic objectives, business recruitment, and marketing/advertising programs at the Airport.The successful candidate will have a Bachelor’s degree in public or business administration or related field AND four years of project or program management experience AND one year of progressively responsible administrative experience, preferably in the area of assignment; OR any combination of education and experience which provides the applicant with the desired skills, knowledge, and ability required to perform the job.Posting Deadline: August 24, 2018.
Position Qualifications Bachelor’s degree in public or business administration or related field AND four years of project or program management experience AND one year of progressively responsible administrative experience, preferably in the area of assignment; OR Any combination of education and experience which provides the applicant with the desired skills, knowledge, and ability required to perform the job.
DEPUTY DIRECTOR OF FINANCE & ADMINISTRATION
The City of Boise Department of Aviation is seeking a Deputy Director of Finance & Administration for the Boise Airport (BOI). This position is responsible for the management and oversight of finance, fiscal and accounting functions including department budget preparation and oversight, federal grant and passenger facility charge (PFC) program oversight, capital improvement program oversight, rate setting, and federal reporting. The ideal candidate will have a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or related field and five years progressively responsible experience managing finances in a small hub or larger airport environment. Master of Business Administration or Public Administration or related; Certified Public Accountant; and/or Private Pilot's license is preferred.Posting Deadline: August 24, 2018.
Position Qualifications Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or related field Five years progressively responsible experience managing finances in a small hub or larger airport environment Master of Business Administration or Public Administration or related Certified Public Accountant Private Pilot's license is preferred
ENGINEERING AVIATION SERVICES MANAGER
Larsen International is a retained executive search firm which, for over 30 years, has been a leader in representing organizations in the AEC industry for positions located in every major US city and twenty countries. Our client is a full service, national and totally employee owned firm providing innovative planning, engineering, architectural design, construction and program management, and design-build project delivery to clients in the public and private sectors. With over fifteen offices within eight states and three countries they rank within the top 200 of the ENR500. This senior level position handles business development and project management of airport engineering design projects, throughout the company, ensuring aviation design and construction is in compliance with FAA requirements, and delivered on schedule with great quality.
BS Civil Engineering Registered Professional Engineer Minimum 15 years' airport design-build engineering project management experience Experience with airfield pavements, FAA advisory circulars and guidelines Experience with multidiscipline team services Relationships with other service firms involved in airport projects Excellent communication and technical writing skills
AVIATION ENGINEER IV - PROJECT MANAGER
At KLJ, we love engineering, moving forward, and bringing ideas to life. Our work is more than a project, it's a long-term solution for the communities in which we live and work. We are committed to providing an exceptional experience to our customers – every project, every time. We reimagine what projects can be through innovative planning, design, and support of infrastructure projects of all shapes and sizes. Join our team and reimagine what your career can be.
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 leading the development of planning documents; providing QA/QC on documents; managing airport planning and environmental projects; engaging in business development activities; interacting with clients and regulatory agencies; mentoring and developing junior staff. 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.
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 either our Lexington or Myrtle Beach, SC office. 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. Travel will be required.
DIRECTOR OF FINANCE & ADMINISTRATION
This role will primarily involve the oversight of income, cash flow, accounting, and financial practices across the organization. It involves close cooperation with managers across the enterprise to ensure high quality Operating Expenses and Capital Expenses (Opex/Capex) budgeting, capital planning, and meaningful management reporting. It also involves the delivery of technical advice to senior leadership in order to meet all key performance objectives in relation to financial management. In addition, the director of finance and administration will oversee administrative functions of the organization as designated. This includes the critical areas of marketing, air service business development, airport aesthetics, and customer service.
MANAGER OF ENGINEERING & CONSTRUCTION
Management position over engineering and construction activities within the Engineering Department. Accomplishes project design for facility and infrastructure projects designated for in-house design. Manages, coordinates, participates in, and performs engineering, technical, and compliance inspections and reviews engineering projects and studies. Coordinates and monitors construction project work-in-progress, assuring compliance with contractual and regulatory requirements. Provides engineering consultation to internal and external customers on the development and master planning of facilities and infrastructure. Learn What's Great About Living in Charleston at CVB Website https://www.charlestoncvb.com/ Charleston International Airport on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cz-jKVcQ0wc&feature=youtu.be
SUSTAINABILITY PLANNER/SPECIALIST (AVIATION)
C&S Companies with over 450 employee, is at the forefront of the aviation industry when it comes to sustainability. From planning to design and construction, our team is recognized nationwide for developing sustainability plans and cost-savings strategies addressing emissions, resilience, materials, management and other major airport focus areas. We lead the charge in sustainable airport design and construction with 2 Envision Awards. Our C&S Aviation Sustainability Practice develops sustainability plans/strategies for airports across the country, leads stakeholder engagement efforts and supports the integration of sustainability in design and construction projects. We are looking for passionate and motivated sustainability professionals to contribute to this exciting work. The ideal candidate will have experience leading the development of sustainability plans and/or airport design and construction projects with an emphasis on sustainability. Candidates should possess strong communication and facilitation skills, as stakeholder engagement is a frequent and exciting opportunity in this role.
AIRPORT FACILITIES MAINTENANCE MANAGER
The Facilities Maintenance Manager is responsible for supervising staff and managing airport-wide facilities operations. This involves: coordinating and monitoring work repairs; maintaining and monitoring preventative maintenance schedules; providing complex technical support; ensuring compliance with applicable safety practices; performing site inspections and monitors the quality of work to ensure project and operational compliance with internal and external safety regulations; assisting with budget preparation; approves expenses and prepare cost estimates; maintains financial records; reviewing and managing contracts, coordinating projects, which include: determining the scope, budget and qualifications on contractors, monitoring the schedule, quality and completeness of work; and related work as required. The Airport is a 24/7 operation. As a supervisor the position will prioritize and assign work; conduct performance evaluations; ensure staff are trained; ensure that employees follow policies and procedures; maintain a healthy and safe working environment; and make hiring, termination, and disciplinary recommendations.
ASSISTANT DIRECTOR, INSURANCE RISK MANAGEMENT
METROPOLITAN AIRPORTS COMMISSION Assistant Director, Insurance Risk Management CLOSING DATE: 08/10/18 Under the general direction of the Vice President, Finance & Revenue Development, this position is responsible for planning, implementing and managing the risk and insurance programs for the Metropolitan Airports Commission's (MAC). The primary responsibilities include managing risk identification, evaluation, measurement, mitigation strategies, tort liability, claims management, purchase of coverage and evaluation of financing alternatives. This role has oversight of the employee benefits program, the retiree benefits program, employee and public safety, and workers compensation. This requires oversight of plan design, plan cost, communication & compliance. It requires expertise and direction in planning, developing, implementing and administering benefits programs and strategies that will enable MAC to attract, retain and motivate top talent in support of the organization's strategies and goals. For a complete job description, and to apply online please visit our website: https://metroairports.org
AIRFIELD MANAGER - GOVERNMENT CONTRACTOR
Criterion Corporation is currently seeking a candidate to fill the Airfield Manager position at Youngstown Air Reserve Station, 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 at a civil or military airport. Candidate must have been awarded USAF AFM certification, or equivalent education. Candidate must have completed the Advanced Airfield Managers course. Must be able to obtain a Secret security clearance.
AVIATION CLIENT/PROJECT MANAGER
Mead & Hunt is seeking a highly motivated individual to build our aviation practice in the Southeast. This position could be based in our Lexington, Charleston, or Myrtle Beach, South Carolina office. Responsibilities include leading business development opportunities to expand our airport engineering and construction presence in the Southeast market; leading the design of aviation engineering projects; mentoring project staff; project management for airport engineering projects; evaluating and analyzing existing projects; preparing reports, budgets, cost estimates, specifications, plans, schedules, studies, and permits. Travel will be required.
AVIATION CLIENT/PROJECT MANAGER
Mead & Hunt is seeking a highly motivated individual to build our aviation practice in the Southeast. This position could be based in our Raleigh or Charlotte, North Carolina office. Responsibilities include leading business development opportunities to expand our airport engineering and construction presence in the Southeast market; leading the design of aviation engineering projects; mentoring project staff; project management for airport engineering projects; evaluating and analyzing existing projects; preparing reports, budgets, cost estimates, specifications, plans, schedules, studies, and permits. Travel will be required.
AVIATION CLIENT/PROJECT MANAGER
Mead & Hunt is seeking a highly motivated individual to build our aviation practice in the Southeast. Responsibilities include leading business development opportunities to expand our airport engineering and construction presence in the Southeast market; leading the design of aviation engineering projects; mentoring project staff; project management for airport engineering projects; evaluating and analyzing existing projects; preparing reports, budgets, cost estimates, specifications, plans, schedules, studies, and permits. Travel will be required.
PROGRAM MANAGER, STRATEGIC PROJECTS
Purpose: To manage and oversee the strategic projects and assigned project managers; to review and approve technical aspects of each project; to negotiate, in coordination with the Director/Deputy Director, consultant contracts and work orders for each project; to work with the Assistant Director A/E Services and the Program Manager of Construction to ensure proper construction coverage and support for each project. To manage assigned strategic 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.
AIRPORT SECURITY CONSTRUCTION PROJECT MANAGEMENT COORDINATORS
CRA is seeking for the Port Authority of NY and NJ 3 Airport Security Construction Project Management Coordinators to supplement services currently provided at EWR, LGA and JFK airports. Position will assist our Airport Security Managers (ASM) to ensure airport compliance with TSA Security Regulations. Responsibilities: •Monitor/Inspect terminal and construction sites for compliance with established security procedures and TSA required ASP amendment specifications and work with parties to close security gaps •Assist the Aviation Security office and contract management staff to comply with TSA regulations, TSA Security Directives, PA Audits, PA Air Terminal Rules and the Chief Security Officer’s policies and procedures •Coordinate with Airport Security personnel, Airport Operations staff, and Port Authority PD to enforce requirements contained in the Airport Security Program and performing compliance audits. •Receive, review, edit, conduct walk through(s) with TSA to verify prior to approval, any change of security condition
DIRECTOR OF FINANCE & ADMINISTRATION - APF
The City of Naples Airport Authority is seeking a Director of Finance & Administration to coordinate, oversee, and ensure the preparation of the operating and capital budget and preparation of financial reports for the Authority. This position is also responsible for cash and investment management controlling fund disbursement for operating and capital expenses; overseeing procurement procedures and activities and ensuring compliance with procedures, rules and regulations; arranging for internal audits of Authority accounts to ensure compliance with financial procedures and standards. The ideal candidate will have a Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university in Finance, Economics, Accounting, Business or other appropriate field. MBA, MA, MPA, or CPA highly desired. Government experience is required and Florida government experience is a plus. Airport experience is preferred. Additionally, four to ten years of increasingly responsible experience; or equivalent combination of closely related training, education and experience.Posting Deadline: August 24, 2018.
MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR - FIELD MAINTENANCE
The Pittsburgh International Airport - ACAA is seeking a Field Maintenance Supervisor to supervise approximately 95 Field Maintenance personnel ensuring the airfield and all airport areas under the jurisdiction of Field Maintenance and its related equipment are maintained in a safe and operational condition. Requirements: Five (5) years supervisory experience. Posting Deadline: Open Until Filled. Salary: DOE.
MANAGER, AIRPORT EMPLOYEE SCREENING
Provide leadership and oversight for the Aviation Security department’s employee screening program at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. Leadership Provide oversight, guidance and recommendations to Aviation Security management team regarding employee screening protocols, communication, standards, policies and chief development of new systems. Manage and lead all employee screening staff to include direct supervision of supervisory and screening staff. Manage several specialized areas of screening responsibility in multiple locations that are assigned to Screeners including but not limited to: X-Ray, bag checks, pat downs, hand-wanding, employee divesting and randomized screening. Establish standards for customer service; office policies and procedures and provide staff training; proactively communicate with staff to establish learning and career goals; assess needs for recurrent or continuous training to meet compliance requirements.
The City of Georgetown is seeking a professional Airport Manager who will share and support our Organizational Core Values of Teamwork, Trust, Communication, Professionalism, and Work-Life Balance. Directs and coordinates the operation and maintenance of the Georgetown Municipal Airport, including the airport terminal, aircraft refueling facilities, and all other city-owned facilities and grounds at the airport. Ensures that the airport is operated in a manner that provides a high level of safety and customer service to the users of the airport and the citizens of Georgetown. Ensures compliance with all State of Texas and federal and local regulations and obligations regarding airport operations. This position will manage: 535 acres 9,100 combined feet of runway Approximately 200 tenant leases An airport staff of 9 employees Two FBOs Salary Range: $85,404-$100,360 Apply online at: https://georgetown.org/jobs
AIRPORT DIRECTOR - TPL
The City of Temple is seeking an Airport Director for the Draughon-Miller Central Texas Regional Airport (TPL) to direct, manage, supervise, and coordinate the programs and services of the Airport; to coordinate assigned activities with other City departments, divisions, and outside agencies; and to provide highly responsible and complex administrative support to the City Leadership. The candidate will demonstrate complex professional, administrative, and regulatory work directing the operations of the regional airport.The ideal candidate will have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university and five (5) years’ experience in airport management and overseeing airport operations including two (2) years of supervisory or administrative responsibilities.Posting Deadline: August 24, 2018.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS REPRESENTATIVE II (LAND SIDE/TERMINAL)
The purpose of this job is to ensure that airport operations are carried out safely and efficiently and in accordance with pertinent regulations and policies.
CORPORATE STRATEGY AND EXTERNAL RELATIONS CHAMPION
The Tucson Airport Authority (TAA) is seeking a Corporate Strategy and External Relations Champion, who will be responsible to develop, execute and sustain TAA’s strategic initiatives to ensure organizational effectiveness and corporate sustainability. The Corporate Strategy and External Relations Champion will create strategies to keep TAA on the cutting edge to manage our business requirements and connect strategies to our people; manages external relations and collaborates with the CEO to facilitate the TAA corporate governance process to support the TAA Board in the setting of policy guidance and corporate priorities. The responsibilities include working with the CEO to proactively manage relations with TAA members and other external stakeholders.
PROJECT MANAGER - MATERNA US
Materna US is currently looking for an experienced Senior Project Manager to support our U.S. Operations as well as our customers in the aviation industry. As our new Senior Project Manager based in Denver, Colorado, you manage the delivery of projects including software and hardware components as well as construction site management. Initial project includes delivery, install and operation of new Common Use Kiosk and Ticket Counters for the Great Hall Project at DEN.The successful candidate will have five to seven years of Project Manager experience in the Airport or Airline industry (desirable - Prince II Practitioner, PMP or PMI certification).Posting Deadline: Open Until Filled
AIR SERVICE COORDINATOR
Coordinates, communicates and analyzes air service statistics and trends that help to enhance air service development at the Dayton International Airport. Oversees air service development for the two City-owned airports; oversees and manages the marketing function as it relates to air service development. Visits and negotiates with airline corporate offices and cargo operators and interacts with corporate teams to sell Dayton as a destination. Reviews and conducts analytical studies and special projects; responsible for establishing and maintaining systems for tracking and reporting local, regional and national air service activities to develop strategies that promote commercial air service growth and development. Represents and protects the Airports' interests on committees such as the International Air Cargo Association (TIACA), American Association of Airport Executives (AAAE) and Airport Council International (ACI).
AIRPORT OPERATIONS REPRESENTATIVE II (AIRSIDE)
This position ensures that airport operations are carried out safely and efficiently and in accordance with pertinent regulations and policies. Routine duties include inspecting the aircraft operating areas, responding to emergencies, coordinating airfield construction and maintenance activities, issuing NOTAMs, preparing and disseminating reports and other communication to stakeholders, and ensuring the Airport Certification Manual, Airport Emergency Plan, and other required documents remain current at all times. This position requires a Bachelor’s degree in Aviation Management, Airport Management, or a closely related field and a minimum of two years of progressively responsible FAR Part 139 airport operations experience.
CUSTODIAL OPERATIONS MANAGER
The Custodial Operations Manager (overnight position) with the City of Philadelphia – Philadelphia International Airport, is now open for applications! The employee in this class directs, through subordinate supervisors, a large number of supervisory staff, semi skilled and unskilled workers and is responsible for managing human capital, budgeting, resource allocation, requisitioning and stores activities necessary to support a major custodial services operation. Contact with departmental administrators and city officials to develop plans and discuss various challenges is a major aspect of this work.
ASSISTANT AIRPORT DIRECTOR
The City of Williston is looking for an organized, strategic mind capable of helping lead the transition from our current location to the new international airport location. The Assistant Airport Director will assist in performing administrative duties and supervisory work, directing the day to day operation and maintenance of the airport, all in a manner which is consistent with the values, goals and positive image of the City of Williston.
VICE PRESIDENT, OPERATIONS
The Vice President, Operations forms part of the executive leadership team, joining one of the most successful airport enterprises in Canada and an iconic organization in western Canada. The VP is responsible for effective oversight, planning and implementation of airport operations with ultimate responsibility for ensuring day-to-day delivery of safe, secure and efficient airport operations. The VP is expected to build and create a long-term operations strategy that illustrates how airport operations need to evolve to meet the increased level of expectations of the travelling public framed against the ever-changing regulatory aviation landscape. This person will oversee ~100 permanent full-time employees with three direct reports: Director, Terminal Operations; Director, Airside Operations; and General Manager, Springbank Airport. Applicants are welcome to apply by submitting a resume to calgaryairport.operations@KornFerry.com. We thank you for your interest, but only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted. This position will remain open until filled.
VICE PRESIDENT HUMAN RESOURCES
SUMMARY: As an active member of the executive team, the Vice President of Human Resources is responsible for the development, direction, and leadership of all human resources functions. Directs and coordinates human resources activities to include recruitment and selection, compensation, labor relations, policy analysis, employee benefits, payroll, training and development, and employee communication and recognition programs. Serves as advisor to the President and CEO on all personnel matters. SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: Supervises Payroll Manager, Special Projects Coordinator and Receptionist. Responsible for the overall direction, coordination, and evaluation of the human resources department.