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Most people only dream about living and working in an area that feels like you’re always on vacation. The City of Show Low, regional hub of the beautiful White Mountains in northeastern Arizona, offers that unique quality of life not found in many other places. The crisp mountain atmosphere, mild four-season climate, close proximity to National Forests and countless lakes and streams make Show Low a recreation paradise. The City of Show Low is seeking a highly skilled, motivated and innovative professional to join our community as its next Airport Manager. Please visit showlowaz.gov for more information on this job opportunity.
Directs and is responsible for overall operation of the Port of Ephrata, including fiscal management, personnel, government and community relations, risk management, short- and long-term planning, and implementation of the Port Commission’s strategic plan. Monitors and evaluates operations to ensure compliance with the Port’s mission and the Commission’s policies and goals. Special meetings outside of normal working hours are required. Confidentiality is an important factor inherent in this position. Ideal qualifications: Minimum of 3 years in management-level position in the port, land use, economic development, or aviation industries, with a focus on business development, particularly for rural areas. General marketing and communications experience. Bachelor’s degree in business, aviation, public administration, or related field is preferred.
OPERATIONS & MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR
Tipton Airport Authority is seeking an Operations & Maintenance Supervisor. Tipton is a public use general aviation airport located near Fort Meade, MD. This is a fulltime position responsible for overseeing airfield operations, the aircraft fueling system and maintenance of all airport facilities. Must have strong communication and organizational skills and work well in a small office setting. Position supervises daily work activities of 4 part-time Operations Technicians. Oversees contractors providing maintenance support. Interacts with tenants and transient pilots. Salary $60,000 plus benefits.
AIRPORT LAW ASSOCIATE
Kaplan Kirsch & Rockwell, a boutique law firm with a national practice devoted to airports, is seeking an associate attorney with 1-4 years of federal regulatory experience to support our growing airports law practice in our Washington, DC office. Visit http://bit.ly/KKRCareers for more information and to apply. In this role, you will be a key member of our airports practice, which advises clients on compliance with federal regulatory requirements, development, airport finance, airport operations and contracts, infrastructure construction, and environmental matters for airports nation-wide ranging from the largest in the world to small general aviation facilities.
AIRPORT AIR SERVICE DEVELOPMENT ANALYST II
We are looking for candidates who demonstrate: Knowledge of: Airline networks, including hubs, spokes, frequencies, capacity, and carrier strengths and weaknesses, key factors in successful new and existing market development, advanced Microsoft Excel and PowerPoint skills, methods of economic, statistical, financial, and procedural analysis, pertinent federal, state, and local laws, codes, and regulations, modern office procedures and technology. Ability to: Identify methods to improve efficiencies and reduce waste at the Airport, prepare comprehensive reports, documents, and correspondence, recommend and participate in various organizational studies and analysis, coordinate the collection, evaluation, and interpretation of information and data, maintain detailed records and prepare professional reports, analyze problems, identify alternative solutions, and recommend conclusions, review and analyze technical documents and proposals, balance multiple projects, meet necessary deadlines, and exercise initiative, communicate clearly and concisely, verbally and in writing, establish and maintain effective working relationships.
Under the supervision of the Director of Public Safety and Operations, the Operations Officer is responsible for the operation of the Airport Operations Area or Airport Operations Center during his/her assigned shift. Tasks included in this position include, but are not limited to, monitoring of airport security equipment, general dispatch duties, monitoring of airport airfield activities, conducting airfield inspections, and security patrols.
The Erie Regional Airport Authority (ERAA) is looking for an Operations and Airport Facilities Intern. ERAA’s paid Summer Internship Program offers ten (10) weeks of professional experience for college students while performing meaningful work to support the Authority’s operations. To learn more and to apply, please visit www.erieairport.org. The Erie Regional Airport Authority is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
PROPERTY SPECIALIST II
We are seeking a candidate with demonstrated experience managing a complex and diverse concessions property management program to join the Commercial Business Development team at the Reno-Tahoe International Airport. We offer a positive, professional work environment that values teamwork, honesty, respect, recognition, integrity, innovation, versatility, and excellence. If this sounds like an environment in which you would THRIVE, the RTAA is a wonderful place to make a career! Our team is a highly visible unit that leads economic initiatives to diversify and optimize revenue and provide the traveling public with a positive and enjoyable experience. This position will partner with the team to design, recommend, implement, and optimize an assigned programmatic area(s) -- food, beverage, retail, vending, gaming, advertising, rental cars, ground transportation, or other airport services -- through the execution of programmatic strategic objectives and tactical plans designed to grow revenue per enplaned passenger and attract and retain business.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS & MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN II
At the Central Wisconsin, Airport Operation and Maintenance Technician II’s are primarily responsible for ensuring the airport’s day to day regulatory compliance of all applicable federal, state, and local requirements; the overall maintenance of the airfield, buildings, and fleet; and delivering exceptional customer service. The Central Wisconsin Airport serves Wausau, Stevens Point, and other Central Wisconsin communities with service from American, Delta and United Airlines.
VICE PRESIDENT, INFRASTRUCTURE
Technical oversight of all engineering functions of a small to medium hub airport system. The primary responsibilities are small and large airport infrastructure planning and design, pavement evaluations, airfield pavement designs, site and facilities design, commercial and airport site development layouts, utility system design, and related services. Duties also include generating engineering reports, construction plans, preparation of project specifications, assembling permit applications and providing engineering oversight during construction.
AIRPORT DUTY MANAGER
The Airport Duty Manager is responsible for supervising and managing assigned Airside Operations team members to support the continuity of airport operations at Tucson International Airport and Ryan Airfield in compliance with federal rules and regulations, to include the emergency preparedness and emergency response, construction activities and maintenance functions, special projects, public safety, security, communications, and passenger services. Ensure work efforts are aligned with the Strategic Plan priorities; track and document work activities; measure and evaluate results.
MANAGER OF AIRPORT SECURITY
This position is responsible for managing and ensuring compliance with department, local, state and federal requirements regarding police, aviation and airport security at Tucson International Airport and Ryan Airfield; administer/ manage the Airport Security Program in compliance with Transportation Security Administration (TSA) rules and regulations; serve as a designated liaison to TSA; manage special security systems operations, equipment deployment and administer contracts for airport security services, coordinate security activities with TAA staff, tenants, law enforcement, public safety agencies; manage/conduct background investigations, administer the issuance of security badges, access control cards for employees, airlines, tenants, pilot operators, and contract personnel.
ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF AVIATION
Manage, plan, organize and implement programs within policies; reports progress of major actions/projects to Director of Aviation and Assistant City Manager as necessary. Supervise CCIA staff with project assignments, performance evaluation coordination/review, employee disciplinary issues and recruitment and retention of department employees. Assume responsibilities of Director of Aviation in his/her absence. Coordinate daily operations of CCIA in support of the departmental mission. Conduct long range planning including capital improvement projects and organizational strategies. Oversee the annual budget for the department and recommend adjustments as necessary. Must be able to lead people toward meeting the organization’s vision, mission and goals by providing an inclusive work environment that fosters the development of others, facilitates cooperation and teamwork, and supports constructive resolution of conflicts. Prepare agenda items and proposed capital purchases for management review and City Council approval; prepare and present complex issues to internal and external customers. Other duties as assigned.
PROJECT MANAGER, ENGINEERING AND CONSTRUCTION
This is a management position supporting the Department Director of Engineering and Construction responsible for overseeing daily aspects of the Engineering and Construction Department within the Lee County Port Authority. The position is primarily responsible for the day-to-day management and oversight of the $260+ million dollar Terminal Expansion project at the Southwest Florida International Airport. This position may also include coordinating other engineering and construction projects for the Southwest Florida International Airport and the Page Field General Aviation Airport. The primary goal of this individual is to keep all projects on schedule, under budget and fully coordinated. This position requires a significant amount of experience in the management of complex infrastructure improvements through multi-disciplined architectural, engineering, and construction projects.
AVIATION GIS PROJECT MANAGER
Aviation GIS Project Manager Woolpert, Inc. is a cutting-edge national architecture, engineering and geospatial (AEG) firm that delivers value to clients by blending engineering excellence with innovative technology and geospatial applications. As we grow, we are seeking an experienced Aviation Project Manager with strong GIS technical expertise to support clients on best practices for implementing GIS enterprise platform solutions and to help clients realize their vision and drive toward their goals. The Aviation Project Manager is forward-looking, collaborative, and will expand Woolpert’s footprint as an industry leader within the GIS solutions niche. Success will be measured by your ability to develop, lead, and manage profitable growth through meaningful client relationships. This position should be considered a nationwide position and could report to any of our 30 offices.
AVIATION GEOSPATIAL PROJECT MANAGER
Aviation Geospatial Project Manager Woolpert, Inc. is a cutting-edge national architecture, engineering and geospatial (AEG) firm that delivers value to clients by blending engineering excellence with innovative technology and geospatial applications. We believe great companies are built from exceptional people and amazing clients. As we grow, we are seeking an experienced Aviation Geospatial Project Manager with experience related to: The Airports GIS program, Obstruction Surveys, Facility Asset and Part 139 Management, GIS, BIM, UAS, Mobile Mapping Systems (MMS), Airport and Aeronautical Data and EIM focused programs. The Aviation Project Manager is forward-looking, collaborative, and will expand Woolpert’s footprint as an industry leader within Aviation Geospatial solutions. Success will be measured by your ability to develop, lead, and manage profitable growth through meaningful client relationships. This position should be considered a position within the Western US.
VICE PRESIDENT OF AVIATION AND GOVERNMENT SERVICES - HSS
HSS is seeking a Vice President of Aviation and Government Services. In this position, you will report to the Head of Operations and will be responsible for providing leadership and strategic direction to management staff and assigned personnel. You will provide a clear vision and direction in growing the Aviation and Government Services section of HSS to include an increase in contracts and personnel and develop methods and means to build and strengthen name recognition for HSS in the industry. The successful candidate will have a bachelor’s degree in a related field to the area of assignment and ten (10) years of related experience or an equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the essential duties of the job such as those listed above. Airport experience and five (5) years supervising personnel is required.
DEPUTY DIRECTOR OF CONSTRUCTION
The Maryland Department of Transportation Maryland Aviation Administration (MDOT MAA) is the owner & operator of both BWI Thurgood Marshall and Martin State Airports, serving over 27 million passengers annually. MDOT MAA is currently accepting applications for the position of Deputy Director of Construction (Transportation Design Engineer VI) within the Office of Engineering and Construction at the Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI Marshall Airport). This position will be responsible for managing over $150 million-dollar MDOT MAA annual construction program. The main purpose of this position is to oversee the multidisciplinary Construction Management and Inspection (CIM) program utilizing Program Management (PM) consultants, (CMI) consultants, and Construction Manager at Risk (CMAR) contractors. Employees in this position are designated “Emergency Essential” in the event of airport emergencies, weather emergencies, or irregularities and are subject to extended shifts and being on-call during scheduled off-hours, holidays, and weekends.
BUILDING MAINTENANCE MANAGER
This is professional work involving the management of maintenance, repair and general mechanical services to all JAA buildings and the leadership and management of assigned collective bargaining unit personnel. The work requires extensive knowledge and experience relating to the management and leadership of full-spectrum building maintenance, project management, and contract management activities. The incumbent will be able to demonstrate the ability to couple proven technical skills with leadership and soft skills to effectively lead and manage human capital, projects, infrastructure and systems and other allocated resources. The work is performed in office and field environments. Position is on call 24-hours a day, 7-days per week.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS SPECIALIST II
Maintains Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) certification and compliance. Enforces Transportation Security Administration and Airport Security regulations. Work is performed under general supervision. Essential Functions: Performs inspections of airfield and airport property to ensure FAA (Federal Aviation Regulations) FAR 139 Certification compliance. Reports airport and airfield conditions. Inspects runways and taxiways, along with safety areas, and airfield markings/signs/lighting. Monitors local and regional weather patterns. Reports field conditions during winter operations. Monitors airport movement and non-movement areas for Foreign Object Debris (FOD). Issues proper Notices to Airmen (NOTAMS). Conducts wildlife mitigation efforts on and around the airport. Ensures compliance with TSA 1542 through airport terminal and perimeter security inspections. Monitors movement and airport access through security access tracking software and responds to all alarms. Monitors and controls multi-faceted enhanced Closed Caption Television (CCTV) and access control systems using computer software. (60%)
The internship will commence the first quarter of 2021 and consist of up to one year of professional introduction into airport operations, facility management, marketing and finance. Qualified candidates will be a recent graduate or graduated by the start date with an airport management degree field or equivalent, possess strong work ethic and initiative to carry out assignments without direct supervision. Intern required to work weekends and shift work and compensated at $12.00/hour.
AIRPORTS SECURITY MANAGER
Performs highly responsible managerial, technical and administrative work in the Airport Security Office, 24-hour Airport Communications Center, and the Airport Parking Division. Manages airport security, security programs, security access control systems, Criminal History Records Checks (CHRC), communications, aircraft and medical emergency dispatching. Oversees airport parking systems/operations. Work is performed under the general supervision of an administrative superior and is reviewed for efficiency and conformity with policies and regulations through conferences, reports and evaluation of results obtained.
AIRPORTS PARKING CONTRACT COORDINATOR
Supervises daily Parking Contractor operations at PBI to ensure compliance with contract documents, plans and projects. Provides highly responsible and direct customer service to parking customers. Prepares budgetary forecasts and supplemental documentation for yearly budgeting/planning; provides daily oversight of all projects involving the parking facilities and shuttle bus operations. Determines new/revised procedures in response to issues/changes in the parking system to ensure maximum parking revenue collection. Ensures that the parking system operates efficiently with 24/7 coverage; works under the direction of the Director of Operations.
FACILITIES COMMISSIONING COORDINATOR
The San Diego Airport Authority is proud of its team members, has a high performing culture and we challenge ourselves through innovations...we work fast, value each other, and have fun along the way. We have an opportunity for a Facilities Commissioning Coordinator in the Facilities Management Department. The successful individual will work with cross-functional teams across the organization to improve the management, operations, maintenance, and efficiency of utility and building systems to achieve strategic energy and asset management objectives.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS AGENT
Technical and compliance driven position that maintains airport safety, security and operational efficiency. Conducts required safety inspections of airfield and airport facilities and maintains records of discrepancies and corrective action taken, ensuring compliance with Federal, State and Local regulations. Also provides continuous monitoring of airport activity and responds to incidents and emergency events as required to provide necessary support.
AIRPORT FACILITIES MANAGER
The Portland International Jetport has a position for a highly motivated Airport Facilities Manager in the Engineering and Facilities Dept. This position reports to the Deputy Director and assists in the oversight of PWM's airport facilities. Responsibilities include: create and maintain a preventative maintenance program, implement and maintain asset management database, work order prioritization, review and close out completed work orders, analyze workload and prepare recommendations for utilization of staff and provide technical assistance to subordinates.This position will be front and center in reinforcing the Jetport's core values of Safety, Service, Teamwork and Trust. Starting pay range: $1,268-$1,386/week depending upon qualifications. Deadline: March 15, 2021.
Reporting to Board of Directors. Responsible for airport day-to-day administration, operations and maintenance ensuring facilities and grounds are in compliance with federal, state and local regulations. Maintains strong and productive relationship with air service companies, full service Fixed Based Operator (FBO), limited FBOs, airport tenants, pilots, contractors, government agencies and the general public. Proactively involved in economic development with goal of making OWB a self-sustaining business. Executes annual budget and capital expenditures in accordance with Board approval. Compensation commensurate with experience. Competitive benefits.
AIRPORT FIREFIGHTER/OPERATIONS COORDINATOR
The Aircraft Rescue Firefighter/Operations Coordinator is an all-encompassing position covering Aircraft Rescue Firefighting and Airport Operation duties during your assigned shift, operating within established guidelines and procedures. Duties to include, but not limited to, emergency response to aircraft incidents, medical emergencies, and performing various inspections to ensure compliance regulations with federal, state and local requirements for commercial airports. Other duties include aiding in responsibilities for all aspects of airport security/safety, coordinating and reviewing aircraft operations, as well as various community relations. Work is performed under the direct supervision of the Manager of Airport Fire & Operations and indirectly by the Assistant Airport Director.
SENIOR AIRFIELD PROJECT MANAGER
RS&H is seeking a Senior Airfield Project Manager in Philadelphia, PA. RS&H is passionate about aviation. We choose to design and manage a wide variety of civil projects at airports throughout the U.S. and abroad. Our projects reach hundreds of millions of dollars in construction value for clients who are equally passionate about aviation. Our Associates focus on innovative design and technical excellence with a passion for completing projects on time, within budget and to our client's complete satisfaction. RS&H fosters valued service and rewards our staff who are creative, organized, self-motivated and collegial. You will have an opportunity to advance your career and professional development as the Project Manager, Project Engineer or engineering support (dependent upon experience) on airport projects. You will have the opportunity to lead, develop and deliver projects of varying sizes and complexity, initiate and maintain client contact and assist the team in winning the work.
SENIOR AIRFIELD PROJECT MANAGER
RS&H seeking a Senior Airfield Engineer/Project Manager to join the Aviation Practice in Dallas, TX! RS&H is passionate about aviation. We choose to design and manage a wide variety of civil projects at airports throughout the U.S. and abroad. Our projects reach hundreds of millions of dollars in construction value. Our Associates focus on innovative design and technical excellence with a passion for completing projects on time, within budget, and to our client's complete satisfaction. RS&H fosters valued service and rewards our staff who are creative, organized, self-motivated, and collegial. You will have an opportunity to advance your career and professional development as the engineering discipline leader on airport projects. You will have the opportunity to lead, develop and deliver projects of varying sizes and complexity, initiate and maintain client contact and assist the team in winning the work.
FINANCE & GRANT ADMINISTRATION
Duties include, but are not limited to: Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, Payroll, FRS and Retirement Coordination, Human Resources, Budget Preparation, Grant Accounting and overall Administration, Commercial Lease Accounting and Billing, Purchasing, DBE Documentation, Airport Insurance, Employee Insurance and Risk Analysis, Inventory/Property Book Custodian, and Records Retention. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Considerable knowledge of finance department policies, procedures and practices. Knowledge of municipal accounting operations, principals and practices, budget and state and federal tax reports. Knowledge of legal guidelines and local government accounting code. Must have ability to process a large volume of fiscal transactions rapidly and accurately. Must have the ability to understand and follow complex oral and written instructions; ability to establish and maintain working relationships. Ability to analyze financial records, identify errors and take corrective action; ability to exercise independent judgment within policy guidelines. Work is performed under limited supervision, and is reviewed through conferences, reports and audits.
DEPUTY AIRPORT DIRECTOR
The Wittman Regional Airport desires a highly qualified candidate to fill the Deputy Airport Director position in Oshkosh, WI. Wittman Regional, the busiest General Aviation Airport in Wisconsin is comprised of 1,450 acres, a large and diversified GA tenant base as well as a number of commercial tenants. The Airport is owned and operated by Winnebago County. This position is responsible for providing administrative and operational oversight for the daily operations of the Airport including marketing, business development and project management roles. The Deputy Director will report directly to the Airport Director and will also provide managerial level oversight to the Airport's Operations & Maintenance Department.
ASSISTANT CHIEF OF MAINTENANCE (CHIEF FACILITY MAINTENANCE OFFICER)
The Maryland Department of Transportation Maryland Aviation Administration (MDOT MAA) is currently accepting applications for Assistant Chief of Maintenance (Chief Facility Maintenance Officer) within the Division of MTN Operations and Maintenance at Martin State Airport. The Assistant Chief of Maintenance directs the daily maintenance activities of a 775 Acre general aviation airport, including building maintenance and maintenance, airfield pavement maintenance, snow and ice control, and vehicle maintenance. Employees in this position are designated “Emergency Essential” in the event of airport emergencies, weather emergencies, or irregularities and are subject to extended shifts and being on-call during scheduled off-hours, holidays, and weekends.
DIRECTOR OF PLANNING, SUSTAINABILITY & ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE
The Director of Planning, Sustainability & Environmental Compliance oversees and performs work associated with various planning, sustainability and environmental compliance initiatives of the Raleigh-Durham International Airport. The successful candidate will provide technical direction, management, and oversight of consultant services for various planning and environmental assignments including but not limited to programming and forecasting, master planning, project definition studies, data collection and analysis, National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) compliance, environmental plan and program development, permit compliance, and serving as the designated representative for a variety of projects. To be considered the candidate will be a graduate from an accredited four-year college or university with a degree in planning, engineering, environmental management, environmental science or related degree, with six (6) or more years of experience, preferably at a commercial airport. Having a professional certification in engineering, planning or related field is a plus.
SENIOR AIRFIELD PROJECT MANAGER
RS&H is seeking a Senior Airfield PM in Seattle. In this position, you will lead the day-to-day management and assist with the growth development of the Seattle Aviation office. Utilize your knowledge and skills in working together with the regional team across disciplines to provide integrated service to clients in Washington and surrounding states. Our Associates focus on innovative design and technical excellence with a passion for completing projects on time, within budget, and to our client's complete satisfaction. RS&H fosters valued service and rewards our staff who are creative, organized, self-motivated, and collegial. You will have an opportunity to advance your career and professional development as the Project Manager, Project Engineer, or engineering support (dependent upon experience) on airport projects. You will have the opportunity to lead, develop and deliver projects of varying sizes and complexity, initiate and maintain client contact and assist the team in winning the work.
GENERAL PROFESSIONAL VI (AIRPORT OPERATIONS)
This position serves as the Program Manager for all Airport Security Programs. The duties and responsibilities of the position includes ensuring all commercial service airports in Hawaii are in compliance with the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) security relations. Enforces federally mandated security programs and the control of access to all Airport property and restricted areas. Ensures the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and other federal, state and local enforcement agency directives and security program requirements are effectively implemented and complied with to maintain the security, public safety and efficient operations of all airports and its facilities. Establishes long term vision and strategic planning for the State of Hawaii airports including Airport Security Program oversite.
This program is intended to provide a student/intern an all-around introduction to professional airport management and operations at a public use general aviation/commercial service airport. At the end of the internship period, the intern is intended to be able to demonstrate adequate knowledge of airport management and operations. The hiring range for this position is $14.00 - $16.00, depending on qualifications and experience.
Provides expert technical support and preventative maintenance for all technical infrastructure and applications including Active Directory, Microsoft Exchange, VMWare, virtual and physical server administration, VOIP phone system support, enterprise network management, and all other airport managed systems. Deploys, monitors, maintains all IT systems, ensuring system uptime and availability, plans and executes hardware and software maintenance for airport provided systems utilized by airport district employees, airline agents, and airport tenants.
Under direct supervision, performs assigned duties in the both the Operations Office and Airport Operation Center (AOC); manages use of airport facilities in accordance with established policies and procedures. Maintains airport compliance with Federal Aviation Regulation (FAR) Part 77 and 139, Transportation Security Regulation (TSR) Part 1542, and all other applicable statutes, regulations and requirements and ensures the safety and security of all airport users. Communicates and assists all airport stakeholders.
MAINTENANCE AND EQUIPMENT MANAGER
The Jackson Hole Airport Board is seeking candidates for a Maintenance and Equipment Manager. This position is part of a management team which oversees maintenance staff and winter maintenance staff and related functions. This position requires both staff management and daily, hands-on work performing any and all maintenance and snow removal tasks across the airport.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS SHIFT COORDINATOR
Under the direction of the Assistant Director of Aviation, this position assists in the daily operation of the Rick Husband Amarillo International Airport. Duties include ensuring that the Department of Aviation and its' tenants are in compliance with federal, state, local and/or county regulations for the safe and orderly operation of the airport. Position is subject to twenty-four (24) hour work availability, including shift work, weekends, holidays, emergency calls, inclement weather, and special events. This position is considered weather essential personnel.
INTERN II, AIRPORT
This program is intended to provide a student/intern an all-around introduction to professional airport management and operations at a public use general aviation/commercial service airport. At the end of the internship period, the intern is intended to be able to demonstrate adequate knowledge of airport management and operations. The hiring range for this position is $14.00 - $16.00, depending on qualifications and experience. Position will close to applicants on: 2/22/21 at 4:30 P.M. M.S.T.
SENIOR STAFF ANALYST (MANAGING AVIATION PLANNER)
The Planning Section supports the Infrastructure Division to manage the whole life cycle (planning, design, construction, commissioning, repairing, modifying, replacing and decommissioning/disposal) of physical and infrastructure assets consistent with environmental regulations and best practices. The business unit’s role is to support extension the life of the Houston Airport System (HAS) physical assets and replace them when it is not feasible to extend the life of these assets. This Senior Staff Analyst (Managing Aviation Planner) will provide leadership support in the development of planning documents (i.e. Master Plans, Planning Definition Manuals etc.,) that detail the plans for enhancing the airfield, terminal, landside and support facilities at all three locations Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH), William P. Hobby (HOU) and Ellington Field (EFD) airports. This position will support the Division Manager - Chief Aviation Planner in serving as primary role of obtaining program requirements from stakeholders and managing consultant firm tasks as assigned.
SENIOR DIRECTOR OF ENVIRONMENT, SUSTAINABILITY AND ENGINEERING
This critical position will be an integral part of the Port’s executive leadership team. The Sr. Director, Environment, Sustainability & Engineering plays a key role in helping the Port achieve its goal to be the greenest and most energy-efficient port in North America. Leading a team of professionals and subject matter experts, this position will meet the Port’s goals by meeting all increased energy needs through conservation and renewable sources, meeting or exceeding environmental agency requirements for buildings on, and stormwater leaving, Port owned or operated facilities, reducing air pollutants and carbon emissions, and restoring, creating and enhancing Green/Duwamish/Elliott habitat. It will also provide strategic oversight to the Engineering and Construction Management staff tasked with managing the Port’s Capital Asset development, providing expansion and upgrades to infrastructure that supports marine and aviation commerce. The Sr. Director of Environmental Sustainability and Engineering reports directly to the Port’s Chief Operating Officer. They will also partner and collaborate with the Commission, divisions, and departments across the organization to provide leadership, best practices, recommendations on policies and strategies while providing expertise on environmental, sustainability, and engineering issues.
PLANNER - SCHEDULER
Prepare work plans; Research product information/pricing; Logistic support of purchases, rentals, contractor support; Training, assistance for work planning; assignment procedures; Develop procurement, outsourcing strategies; Use work order system to maintain/analyze assets, job plans, safety plans, preventive maintenance requirements; Supports tracking, maintenance, and stocking of inventory; Develop, refine job plans, long-term continuous improvement programs; Analyze backlogs, resource availability, maintenance history and work priority; Generate, assign, distribute, and close work orders; Document daily/event inspections, initiate work orders, document corrective action taken; Monitor Airfield FAR Part 139 inspection reports, summaries, work order status; Provide initial, recurrent training on Maximo; Evaluation for (1) FTE and payroll approvals; Implement inventory control; Inventory supplies for rental car facility; Procurement/staging of special tools/equipment; Work with Contract Administrator on service agreements; Oversee fuel management software for fuel access; Order/maintain usage reports of fuel/oil for rental car facility; Assist budget planning; Provide expenditure forecasts; And other duties as assigned.
FINANCE & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGER
Prepare operating/capital budget with Mgrs., Asst. Dir. & Dir. Prepare/monitor variance report ensuring budget goals are met. Develop strategies to correct variances. Approve dept. expenditures & payroll, prepare/implement rates/charges airline fee schedule model, work with Finance dept. on year-end processes. Review Airport Board & Council agenda memos for funds certification, make meeting presentations & reports. Prepare agendas & action items of Airport Board & Council presentations. Responsible for oversight of Parking operations. Recommend/direct hiring, evaluation, training & discipline of all admin staff. Track FMLA leave & insurance (medical, life, injuries, E-1 reports, employee statements, etc.), related workers compensation forms. Audits funds & prepare non-compliance reports. Conduct special compliance audits as needed. Ensure Airport is compliant with required insurance & security bond lease requirements. Administer risk management function in coordination with Risk Management. Prepares paperwork for property damage to City, Airport, & customer property. Serves as liaison with City’s insurance company.
ASSISTANT AIRPORT DIRECTOR OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY & CYBERSECURITY
The City of Manchester is seeking an Assistant Airport Director of Information Technology & Cybersecurity for the Manchester-Boston Regional Airport (MHT) to provide administrative oversight and strategic direction to all operations and activities of the Airport’s Information Technology Department. Must have graduated from an accredited college or university with a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or a related field. In this role, you will develop and administer the Airport’s IT Departmental budget; manage Payment Card Industry (PCI) compliance by vendors, concessionaires, and business partners; develop and administer Airport cybersecurity and IT emergency response plan; and direct strategic planning for the IT department. Need extensive experience in information and communication systems within an airport or governmental environment with some management role.
MAINTENANCE & OPERATIONS SPECIALIST
This is a cross-utilized position with operations, maintenance and ARFF duties. Perform semi-skilled and skilled tasks in the maintenance and repair of airport vehicles, equipment, buildings and grounds. Operate heavy, medium and light machinery; conduct periodic airport safety and security inspections; perform custodial and janitorial duties; work closely with airport tenants; make call-outs to the airport during non-duty hours; respond to the needs of the general public; perform any other related work as deemed necessary by the Airport Manager. You will be provided basic fire training which you must successfully complete in order to perform duties as a first responder for airport emergencies; complete and perform monthly Aircraft Rescue and Fire Fighting (ARFF) training and recurrent training; perform daily ARFF duties which includes providing standby firefighting coverage during commercial airline flights; be able to use the Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA) gear; ability to learn and operate three different ARFF trucks.
Under the direction of the Vice President, Finance & Revenue Development, directs the accounting and financial reporting functions of the Commission. Participates in financial planning. Monitors and controls expenditures for capital and operating requirements of the Commission. Responsible for overseeing cash management, budgeting, purchasing, and financial controls. Supports the Vice President of Finance and Revenue Development in investment activities.
VICE PRESIDENT, PROPERTY & BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT
The ideal candidate for this position is well educated and can wear many hats of a contract/lease negotiator, concessions operations manager, sales agent for advertising locations, and a revenue producer by constantly identifying new opportunities for the entity as described below. The candidate must be able to translate the strategy and goals of the organization into actionable, quantitative plans with metrics and well-defined schedules. The candidate must be able to be “hands on” and capable of diving deep into the details of the business while staying focused on the corporate goals and strategy. The Vice President, Property & Business Development is a senior level position focused on the following main functions...
AIRPORT OPERATIONS SPECIALIST
Airport Operations Specialist performs safety inspections for FAA airport certification. Inspections are required to maintain the airport's operating certificate. The position’s objective is to ensure the airfield is operated and maintained according to certification requirements of the FAA. This involves: Inspect airfield to ensure compliance with FAA Parts 139 and 77 and TSAR Part 1542 Conduct inspections of landside, terminal facilities for safety and security. Perform wildlife control, SMS functions · Inspect for wildlife hazards and mitigate; files FAA, Airport paperwork Works with airfield maintenance and electrical sections to ensure repairs and maintenance are within FAA tolerances Monitor Airport for compliance with Federal, State and Local Laws. Inspect and monitor terminal, landside and tenant leased areas for compliance with rules and regulations and lease terms Respond to emergencies and responsible for decisions and coordinating emergency activities. May perform other duties as assigned.
DART - CEO
Dallas Area Rapid Transit (“DART”) is seeking an innovative, dynamic, professional, and strategic executive to serve as the agency’s next President and Chief Executive Officer(“CEO”). The CEO will manage an agency that is transitioning from a capital-intensive organization to one that is focused on providing an excellent trip experience for its riders and a continued state of good repair. The CEO of DART is responsible for directing all operations including Administration, Communications, Engineering and Construction, Planning, Finance, Government Relations, Operations, and Procurement. The ideal candidate will have a proven track record of successfully managing a large, complex, and diverse organization that strives to provide the highest quality of service to its riders. Additionally, this individual will have strong financial management, operations, strategic planning, public relations, community relations, and governmental relations skills.
The College of Aeronautics is seeking to fill multiple full-time faculty positions with faculty that have a diverse skill set to teach the undergraduate aeronautical science, aviation management, and graduate programs. Applicants will be considered for assistant, associate, or professor academic ranks. The positions need to be filled in time to begin the fall 2021 semester. Candidates should expect to teach up to four undergraduate courses or three graduate courses or a mix of undergraduate/graduate courses. Courses include one or more of the following areas: Pilot ground courses; UAS; Air transport operations; Aviation management and business simulation • Aviation safety and law; Physical science; Meteorology; ATC; Human factors; Graduate statistics. Other responsibilities: Advise students on academic matters and career planning. Serve on Division, School, and University committees as assigned. Obtain external funding to conduct research.
AIRPORT MAINTENANCE MANAGER
Under the supervision of the Aviation Services Senior Manager, the Airport Maintenance Manager plans, coordinates, directs and reviews the activities of the facilities maintenance department; oversees the maintenance and repair of the common use facilities and equipment; and performs related administrative tasks and other related work as required.
COORDINATOR, AIRPORT OPERATIONS
Monitors, inspects and coordinates day to day airport operations on a per shift basis to ensure safe and efficient airport operations in compliance with Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and Airport Authority rules, regulations, and policies. Performs airfield, terminal, and some landside inspections as required by Code of Federal Regulations Part 77, 139, and assists with Part 1542 compliance. Responds to airport emergencies and represents Airport Management outside of normal business hours.