AAAE's position open advertising provides a valuable service to AAAE members, and
search job bank | submit job openings
the association receives from classified advertising goes directly to the AAAE Foundation.
The Foundation has awarded more than 2,000 scholarships totaling $3.3 million since 1989.
ARFF & OPERATIONS SPECIALIST
The Salina Airport Authority is accepting applications for a full-time Aircraft Rescue/Fire Fighting & Operations Specialist. Applicant must have the ability to respond to aircraft or airfield emergencies and implement emergency procedures. Duties include airfield safety and security inspections and documentation. Responsibilities also include but not limited to snow removal, grounds and airfield maintenance. Ability to interact professionally with airfield tenants and air traffic control a must. Applicant must be willing to work rotating schedule, call back for snow removal and other scheduled events. Must have a valid driver’s license. Must either have completed or be able to complete the FAA approved Aircraft Rescue and Fire Fighting training course, SAA airfield familiarization and inspection course.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS SPECIALIST
Assists in administering the operations and maintenance of aviation activities of the Santa Monica Airport.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS OFFICER
This position works under and reports to the Assistant Airport Manager follows established guidelines and procedures to ensure the safe and efficient operation of the airport and the surrounding airport facilities. •Update and maintain all required pertinent records on the computer based Airport Operations Daily Log. •Responsible for maintaining the airport safety and security under FAR Part 139 and reporting any discrepancies to the Airport Operations Supervisor. •Qualify as an Aircraft Rescue Fire Fighter (ARFF) and drive and operate specialized ARFF vehicles for response to all aircraft alerts and emergencies. •Ability to drive and operate all major airport operations vehicles and snow removal equipment during Winter Snow Operations. Perform tasks at the Snow Command Desk, file Notices to Airmen (NOTAM’s), Airfield Self Inspections, and update airfield conditions reports on computer based programs. •Upon qualifying in USDA Wildlife Hazardous Management Training Program, perform wildlife mitigation services on airport operating areas.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS MANAGER
Under general direction, plans, organizes, manages and oversees the daily operations, facilities maintenance, and security functions of the Aviation Department; provides direction and supervision to airport maintenance and operations staff; manages and administers policies and procedures for lease of airport facilities; serves as a professional and technical resources to the Director of Aviation, and performs related duties as assigned. A Humboldt County Application is required for this position. The Job Bulletin can be found at the link below and applications must be submitted online through this link to be considered for this position. Applications will be accepted until 11/13/2020.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS SPECIALIST
This position is responsible for assisting the Deputy Director of Airport Operations and the Operations Foreman in daily management of airport facilities, reviewing aeronautical conditions and making recommendations for operational safety. This position works 10 hour shifts which may include day and evening hours.
AIRPORT FACILITIES AND MAINTENANCE MANAGER
The Facilities and Maintenance Manager roles manages the Rapid City Regional Airport Facilities and Maintenance Division to ensure the airfield, facilities and equipment are maintained in a safe, reliable, and operational condition. We are searching for a dynamic team player who wants to be a part of an established team that is always looking toward future growth and has the ability to notice the details but can see the bigger picture and utilize excellent organization and management skills to move forward with the airport's goals.
Snohomish County Airport is seeking to hire an Airport Engineer to perform professional engineering assignments in maintenance, repair, design, construction, land development, and program development which require advanced expertise in a specialized area of engineering and in multiple engineering related functions. To act as a resource to engineers on complex projects or manage projects or project components. Knowledge of: *FAA Part 139 *FAA Advisory Circulars on Airfield Construction *engineering mathematics *engineering principles/practices and the materials and equipment applicable to the area of specialization *current codes, trends, and developments in the field of engineering specialization *principles of project management, organization and administration * applicable laws and regulations *FAA Design Standards and Airfield Construction methods and regulations Ability to: *direct/inspect the work of consultants/contractors on civil engineering studies and projects *prepare/manage project activities, including monitoring budgets, work schedules, grant requirements and progress reviews *prepare or oversee the preparation of engineering studies/plans
Under the direct supervision of the Deputy Director of Aviation, the Business Manager will coordinate the Airport Security Plan, Access Control System, Airfield Drivers Training Program, and coordinate all responsibilities/tasks/plans with TSA. The Business Manager will also be responsible for implementing all aspects of the FAR 139 Inspection Program and Record Keeping. This is an opportunity to become hands-on in every aspect of managing a Commercial Service Airport, and to self-direct skill development in specific areas of interest. Salary DOE and competitive with mid-level managerial position Experience and Qualifications: The successful candidate will have a 4-year degree in aviation management or related field. Three years of airfield operational duties and 1 to 2 years of supervisory experience preferred. AAAE membership required and ability to acquire CM credentials within 24-months.
AIRCRAFT RESCUE FIREFIGHTER
Under basic supervision, protects lives and property by responding to alarmed and declared aircraft emergencies for the Aspen Airport, implements the Airport Emergency Plan, and coordinates mutual aid response to ensure life safety of passengers and employees. Duties may vary according to job assignment.
Airfield Superintendent is responsible for assisting the Director of Operations in the assessment of operations, airport rescue and fire fighting, safety and security needs.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS SPECIALIST
Focuses on the day-to-day operational maintenance, security, and operation of the Kootenai County Airport. $17.22 to $18.00 per hour depending on experience. Public Employees Retirement System of Idaho (PERSI), a pension plan with five year vesting, 11.94% employer contribution, and a lifetime payout upon retirement. Excellent and comprehensive benefits package. For example, employee-only medical/dental/vision premium of only $55.33 per month (nicotine free rate). View our entire benefits package. Public Student Loan Forgiveness Program.
HEAVY EQUIPMENT MECHANIC
Proactively and preventatively maintains Airport departments largely diversified fleet of equipment and facilities with limited down-time on equipment. $18.60 to $21.65 per hour depending on experience. Public Employees Retirement System of Idaho (PERSI), a pension plan with five year vesting, 11.94% employer contribution, and a lifetime payout upon retirement. Excellent and comprehensive benefits package. For example, employee-only medical/dental/vision premium of only $55.33 per month (nicotine free rate).
AVIATION SUPERVISOR II
ABOUT THIS POSITION THIS IS A CRITICAL POSITION. During the current health crisis, any job interviews will be held by video or audio conference. The Aviation Supervisor II is responsible for supervising personnel involved in airport maintenance, airport operations, and security enforcement. Duties vary by airport assignment and function. We are currently recruiting for an Aviation Supervisor II at Sky Harbor International Airport – Airside Operations. This recruitment and any interview process as a result of this recruitment may be used by multiple hiring managers and multiple departments throughout the City to fill any related current or future vacancies. HOW TO APPLY Apply online at https://www.phoenix.gov/hr/current-jobs/ by completing the required information and attaching, as one document, your cover letter and resume. SALARY $45,947 - $69,722 annually.
AVIATION PROJECT MANAGER
ABOUT THIS POSITION The Aviation Business and Properties Division is comprised of four Sections: Terminal 4 Properties, Terminal 3 Properties, Commercial Real Estate Properties, and Rental Car & Parking Properties. This diverse group is responsible for the management and development of the Aviation Department’s real property assets at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport and two General Aviation Airports, Phoenix Deer Valley, and Phoenix Goodyear Airport, ensuring their long-term viability through revenue generation, contract administration, management of land, and development of improvements. Collectively, these Sections are responsible for a revenue portfolio totaling approximately $300+ million annually. Currently three Project Manager positions are vacant in our division, two are with terminal properties and one with commercial real estate section. SALARY $58,906 - $89,544 annually. HOW TO APPLY Apply online at https://www.phoenix.gov/hr/current-jobs/ by completing the required information and attaching, as one document, your cover letter and resume.
AVIATION PROGRAM MANAGER
THIS IS A CRITICAL POSITION. During the current health crisis, any job interviews will be held by video or audio conference The Aviation Business and Properties Division (B&P) is comprised of four Sections: Terminal 4 Properties, Terminal 3 Properties, Commercial Real Estate Properties, and Rental Car & Parking Properties. This diverse group is responsible for the management and development of the Aviation Department’s real property assets at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX) and two General Aviation Airports – Phoenix Deer Valley (DVT), and Phoenix Goodyear Airport (GYR), ensuring their long-term viability through revenue generation, contract administration, management of land, and development of improvements. Collectively, these Sections are responsible for a revenue portfolio totaling approximately $300+ million annually There are currently two Program Manager vacancies in our division Apply online at https://www.phoenix.gov/hr/current-jobs/ complete the required information, attach as one document, your cover letter and resume. SALARY $65,083 - $98,862 annually.
EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT ADMINISTRATOR
Job Overview As Emergency Management Administrator, you will lead the development of a comprehensive and innovative emergency management operations program. In this role, you will be responsible for implementing policy, developing contingency plans, emergency operations preparedness and response plans. This work has a direct impact on DFW Airport’s fundamental objective of providing safety and security for our nearly 60 million annual passengers.
SENIOR PUBLIC INFORMATION SPECIALIST
Norman Y. Mineta San José International Airport (SJC) is recruiting for an Assistant Digital Marketing Manager (Senior Public Information Representative) dedicated to enhancing the customer experience on the Airport’s digital marketing platforms to meet the expectations of Silicon Valley travelers. A great digital customer experience is core to the Airport’s brand as “Silicon Valley’s Airport”. SJC’s digital marketing platforms include the FlySJC.com website, digital wayfinding screens, digital advertising programs (including landing pages), Search Engine Optimization tools, APIs that feed information (e.g. parking, lounge reservations, flight scheduling, trip planning, sponsorship related activities, etc.) from/to third party sites that passengers rely on, etc. This person will define the capabilities and features that make up the digital experiences, collaborate with designers, technology developers and project managers to launch them, and measure, report and iterate on the results of the capabilities and features.
TRADESWORKER III - AVIATION AND ECONOMIC RESOURCES
The County of Volusia is seeking an experienced Tradesworker III for the Aviation and Economic Resources Division. This position is located at the Daytona Beach International Airport, and will be responsible for performing all levels of repair, replacement, renovations and new electrical to include lighting, switches, receptacles, motors and various types of conduits. APPLICATIONS MAY BE FILED ONLINE AT: http://www.volusia.org/humanresources OUR OFFICE IS LOCATED AT: 230 North Woodland Blvd Suite 262 DeLand, FL 32720 386-736-5951 firstname.lastname@example.org Volusia County is a drug free workplace and an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to a diverse workforce. Veterans' preference pursuant to State law. Individuals with a disability who require special accommodations during the selection process should notify the Human Resources Division at (386)736-5951. Job #20-00772
THE INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAM MANAGER – FIRE ACADEMY (ARFF)
Florida State College at Jacksonville seek an Instructional Program Manager (IPM) - Fire Academy. The IPM – Fire Academy manages the assigned Aircraft Rescue Fire Fighting Training instructional program(s) and related community services, including related and particular administrative details and provides instruction. The Fire Academy of the South (FAS) has a state of the art ARFF simulator. Fire fighters from around the world travel to the FAS to receive ARFF training. FAS provides a one stop, turn key high-quality training program. This allows Fire Chiefs to send their fire fighters to the FAS with relative ease. This position will not only be the lead ARFF instructor, but also coordinate the logistics of local travel, hotel stays, and catering during training days. This position will schedule training days and supervise a pool of ARFF adjunct instructors. This position will report to the Assist Director of the Fire Academy of the South.
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
ROLES + RESPONSIBILITIES Core Functions •Strategic direction and planning, and well as tactical management and execution of goals •Manage staff and oversee the activities of finance, operations, maintenance and construction •Responsible for the day-to-day business operations at the airport •Responsible for managing P&L, budget development and execution Represents MASP’s interests on local and national legislative initiatives •Negotiate and close complex contracts •Provide actionable recommendations to increase revenue and decrease expenses within each budget year •Actively seek training opportunities for key staff to develop and grow •Communicate actions and coordinate business initiatives to grow the regional aerospace market and air and space port revenue stream •Responsible for overall customer satisfaction and business growth •Manage outside consultants and contractors as required for specific District activities.
DUTY MANAGER - OPERATIONS
Under the supervision of the Operations and Maintenance Manager, the Duty Manager is responsible for ensuring that each facet of the operation performs as intended, that the operation is staffed sufficiently with appropriately trained personnel - Supervisors, Coordinators, Controllers, Security and Utility Agents - and that employees are provided with proper training, tools, uniforms and other resources needed to carry out their duties. Related administrative tasks and other assigned duties are also performed.
Under the supervision of the Operations and Maintenance Manager the Gate Coordinator is responsible for assigning airline submitted scheduled flights to City of Atlanta common use gates in adherence to all common use regulations. Load and activate airline submitted flight schedules in the Aris (Gate Management System, BB Client, Schedule Builder/Loader). Communicate with airline representative regarding flight schedules. Liaison between Delta Airlines and OAL. Understand and apply all common use regulations. Communicate pertinent gate information to airlines, DOA, AATC, TSA, CBP and other parties. Prepare monthly International flight schedule for airlines, DOA, AATC, TSA, CBP and other parties. Organize use of common use ticket counters Other duties assigned.
DEPUTY AIRPORT ADMINISTRATOR
Overview: The San Angelo Regional Airport in West Texas is a commercial service airport with roughly 65,000 annual enplanements. It is a towered airport with over 80,000 annual operations. Daily jet service to DFW provided by American Airlines. San Angelo is a vibrant community with over 100,000 in population. Under general supervision, manages the daily operations and maintenance staff of the San Angelo Regional Airport - Mathis Field (SJT); confirms compliance of airport activities with City, State, and Federal regulations. Assumes the duties of the Airport Director in his/her absence. Salary: $61,516/yr Deadline to Apply: November 16, 2020
AIRPORT OPERATIONS MANAGER AND SECURITY MANAGER
Under the general direction of the Director of Operations, the Airport Operations and Security Manager is responsible for management of the Des Moines International Airport certification and safety compliance program, enforcement of tenant leases, airport security program requirements, rules and regulations, and applicable local, state, and federal regulations; coordination and oversight of day-to-day tenant and public airside and landside operations. Work assignments are general in nature, affording the opportunity for the use of considerable independent judgment in the accomplishment of work.
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.
AIRFIELD MAINTENANCE SPECIALIST
Maintains the operation and integrity of City of Boise airfield in accordance with Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) regulations. Assignments are performed under the direction of a working supervisor who inspects the work in progress and upon completion.
The Yellowstone Regional Airport Joint Powers Board is seeking an Airport Director. As Airport Director, you will plan, organize, and direct the operations, maintenance, and development of the Yellowstone Regional Airport (COD). Responsibilities also include community relations, air service development, marketing, fiscal oversight and strategic planning, and other related work as required. The Joint Powers Board is seeking an effective, professional leader who can position the Airport to meet the community’s current and future air travel and general aviation needs. Successful candidates will have a degree from an accredited college or university in Airport Management, Business Administration, Public Administration, or a closely related field; five (5) years progressively responsible experience in airport management which offers both general aviation and commercial airline services, or any equivalent combination of experience and training.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS SECURITY COORDINATOR
The Airport Operations Security Coordinator will work as part of a team to ensure the safety and security of passengers, vendors and visitors to Aspen/Pitkin County Airport. This position is also responsible for snow removal on the airfield, wildlife mitigation, and adherence to federal regulations which guide the operation of the airport. This role will require flexibility with regard to work schedule and will include working indoors and outdoors in variable weather conditions. Shifts are typically 4x 10 hours. Duties may vary by assignment.
The Airport Manager is responsible for the operation, administration, and maintenance of the Ontario Municipal Airport. The position salary is $4,328.05 - $5,417.76 with benefits. We are seeking to employ a manager who exemplifies the leadership philosophy of a collaborative team and the CORE values of commitment, openness, respect, and efficiency. The Airport needs an autonomous individual who wants to work in a challenging environment to improve the Airport and the City of Ontario. This position will provide exciting career opportunities and extensive benefits. The Ontario Municipal Airport (ONO) is classified as a core, Category 3 Regional General Aviation Airport and is a part of the National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems. The Airport Manager works alongside many other agencies/entities and is supported by contracted ground and runway maintenance.
DEPUTY AIRPORT MANAGER
Under general direction, assists with all aspects of airport administration including budget and procurement, airport security, and lands and leasing activities. The Deputy Airport Manager is assigned to the partially exempt service and serves at the pleasure of the Airport Manager. The CBJ has a generous benefits package that includes: 12 paid holidays, 21 days of personal leave the first year, exceptional health and wellness benefits, and participation in the State of Alaska Public Employee Retirement System. Both salary and leave accrual are subject to regular increases based on service with the organization.
The employee is responsible for the efficient and economical management, operation, and maintenance of the Airport. Work entails enforcement of aircraft and safety regulations governing the operation of an Airport and responsibility for the safety of life and property in connection with the use of the Airport. The employee exercises considerable independent judgment in directing the activities of the Airport, with general policy matters being determined by the City of Monroe. Enforces federal, state, and local rules and regulations governing Airport use. Recommends major expansion and improvement programs for the Airport; recommends additions to and changes in ordinances and regulations governing the use of the Airport. Confers with City officials, Airport users, and lessees, relative to term of leases and agreements; prepares and negotiates leases with tenants and establishes rates and charges. Prepares periodic and special operating and financial reports; reports budget requests for Airport. Performs related work as required.
CUSTOMER EXPERIENCE CONTRACT SERVICES MANAGER
Job Overview As a Customer Experience Contract Services Manager, you will ensure organizational business goals are accomplished through contract implementation, compliance, and contractor/vendor relationships. Under direction of the Senior Customer Experience Contract Manager you will assist in managing airport wide custodial services and other customer experience related contracts and overall finance/payroll activities. Your role is vital to ensuring each customer the optimal experience that earned DFW Airport the distinction of Best Large Airport in North America in 2020 for the second year in a row!
AVIATION PROJECT MANAGER
Aviation Project Manager (APM) Seeking a self-starting experienced project manager, customer oriented and driven to complete projects within budget, on time with high standards implemented. The APM is responsible for the direction, coordination, and management of FAA and State aviation planning and capital projects within the state of Georgia. The APM will assist in the implementation and maintenance of the state’s airport Capital Improvement Program. Inspections of airport construction sites will be required. Minimum Qualifications: Bachelors’ in Engineering, Airport Management, Construction Management or related field or 5 years’ experience in aviation capital project development. Position Requirements: This is a full time position and requires office hours in downtown Atlanta, GA. The position further requires approximately 20% travel with limited overnight stays. Successful candidates will be required to submit to and pass a drug test and criminal background check. Salary range: $60,000 to $85,000 annually based on qualifications and experience.
VICE PRESIDENT, CHIEF COMMERCIAL OFFICER
Distinguishing Characteristics: Under minimal supervision and guidance is responsible to drive and maximize all aeronautical and non-aeronautical business development and revenue generating activities for the Tucson Airport Authority (TAA) to produce a diversified revenue stream. Design, implement, and drive revenue optimization strategies within passenger and cargo air service development, airline space leasing, commercial, industrial and general aviation development, concessions, parking and ground transportation; and, all other related revenue producing areas at Tucson International Airport (TUS) and Ryan Airfield (RYN). Direct the functions of Economic Development, Properties, Concessions, Ground Transportation, and Air Service Development; lead, coach, mentor staff.
LINE TECHNICIAN III
We’re looking for an experienced Line Technician to provide servicing of various types of general aviation aircraft with a high priority for safety and strong customer service in a fast paced environment. Some of the duties include: Refueling aircraft and assisting with training new employees ensuring aircraft are properly refueled. Respond to all airport emergencies and initiate Naples Airport emergency response plan and programs. Marshal, park, greet, tow, wing-walk, and provide various services including lavatory and water services to general aviation aircraft. Ensure all equipment is in safe and proper working order performing routine daily and monthly equipment safety inspections. REQUIREMENTS - A minimum of three years of line technician experience, including at least one year in a lead or supervisory capacity - Strong customer service skills - Ability to operate fuel truck, lektro and other types of vehicles and equipment - Pass criminal history check.
Naples Airport Authority is looking for an experienced Communications Coordinator to be responsible for the internal and external communication of information, encompassing all print and electronic media. Some position duties include: Coordinate and serve as public and media contact. Assist in strategic development and implementation of public affairs communications and media relations. Respond to noise comments. Create, design and ensure consistent and correct brand imaging. Coordination of regularly scheduled calendar events and speaking engagements, plan for new initiatives and event requests. REQUIREMENTS - Excellent writing and editing skills, strong verbal and presentation skills - Proficiency in the principles and practices of journalism, media relations and/or public relations - Experience in brand management and community relations - Strong proficiency with computer publishing programs, electronic media platforms including website design and maintenance, and social media - Ability to work closely with trade news media on story development.
LINE TECHNICIAN III
We’re looking for experienced Line Technicians to provide servicing of various types of general aviation aircraft with a high priority for safety and strong customer service in a fast-paced environment. Some of the duties include: Refueling aircraft and assisting customers. Work with training new employees ensuring aircraft are properly refueled. Respond to all airport emergencies and initiate Naples Airport emergency response plan and programs. Marshal, park, greet, tow, wing-walk, and provide various services including lavatory and water services to general aviation aircraft. Ensure all equipment is in safe and proper working order performing routine daily and monthly equipment safety inspections. REQUIREMENTS - A minimum of three years of line technician experience, including at least one year in a lead or supervisory capacity - Strong customer service skills - Ability to operate fuel truck, lektro and other types of vehicles and equipment - Pass background check.