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AIRPORT OPERATIONS AGENT
Under general supervision of the Director of Operations, monitors and coordinates all operational activity occurring in the Airside Operations areas to ensure compliance with FAA Part 139, TSA 1542, and Airport regulations and policies. Interacts with a variety of personnel including co-workers, tenants, contractor. Ensures airport compliance with Federal Aviation Administration Part 139 and Department of Homeland Security-TSA CFR 1542 regulations. Conducts multiple daily inspections to include airside areas for aesthetics, safety, security, and general conditions and takes appropriate action when necessary to correct unsuitable conditions. Mitigates wildlife hazards by conducting wildlife dispersal activities, maintains various wildlife devices, and acquires proper permits for wildlife depredation, etc. Ensures the airfield is in compliance with Airport Certification Manual and recommends changes and updates as necessary; Operates department vehicle and equipment, provides airside escorts, and serves as airport representative during construction projects and in the absence of senior operations personnel.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS SPECIALIST
The Airport Operations Specialist is responsible for assuring compliance with federal, state and local laws and ordinances; aviation and airport safety. This position encompasses the daily and event-driven supervision and oversight of airfield operations and airport security as well as conducting associated training for all airport employees and tenants. This position requires the employee to exercise sound judgment and proper discretion and to ensure the airport’s compliance with federal, state and local laws and ordinances.
AIRPORT ASSISTANT GENERAL MANAGER
Reporting to the General Manager or Deputy General Manager, directs multiple assigned major airport functions, such as overall administration and business, airport finance, and internal and external financial reporting, etc. Position is responsible for both strategic planning and day-to-day direction of assigned areas; allocates budgeted resources as needed; establishes processes and procedures; plays a significant role in developing airport policy and airport strategic plans. This is a fully seasoned senior leadership position in the Airport structure charged with responsibility for directing multiple specialized functions and a large organization within the airport through multiple director or manager level positions. Supervision Received Direction received is very general and focuses more on long-term and short-term operating objectives. This is a policy-advisory level of management and would be considered senior leadership.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS SPECIALIST
Airport Operations Specialist is a dynamic and challenging position. Under the supervision of the Deputy Commissioner of Aviation, they have general oversight of the Airport. An individual assigned to this position has rotating shift responsibility and learns to monitor and control airport use and to respond to real or potential emergency situations. Work follows closely prescribed Federal, State and local laws and regulations, though considerable initiative may be required in unusual situations. Assistance for difficult or unusual situations will be provided by senior airport operations employees. Work is reviewed through training exercises, conferences and analysis of reports. Does related work as required. General knowledge of FAR Part 139 Airports, ARFF Index B Airports, and snow removal procedures suggested. At BGM, the Operations Specialist position is challenging and rewarding that affords new experiences and situations daily. Applications accepted until position is filled.
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.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS SUPERVISOR
The Sugar Land Regional Airport is seeking an Operations Supervisor to provide coordination of aeronautical activities and operations. This position performs a variety of work in overall operations, administration, maintenance, response, construction projects, customer service, and management support duties. This position reports to the Airport Planning & Development Manager at the airport.
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 View the full job description.
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.
OPERATIONS SUPERINTENDENT I
The Operations Superintendent I is under general direction, assists with all aspects of airfield operations, including ensuring the overall safety and compliance of the airfield and all requirement of 14 CFR Part 139 certification of airports, as well as other city, state and federal requirements. This position is part of the Airport Administration team.
RFP No. 92013 for Temporary Air Traffic Consulting Services for Special Events
Sealed bids for Temporary Air Traffic Consulting Services for Special Events will be received from firms by the Authority electronically at www.TampaAirport.com > Learn about TPA > Airport Business > Procurement > Current Solicitation Opportunities > Solicitations – Non-Capital.
Solicitation documents and detailed requirements will be available on the Tampa International Airport website at www.tampaairport.com > Learn about TPA > Airport Business > Procurement > Current Solicitation Opportunities > Solicitations – Non-Capital on or about January 13, 2021.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS TECHNICIAN
https://alamosacounty.colorado.gov/ Performs a variety of skilled tasks in the maintenance and operations of a Part 139, Class 1 Commercial Service Airport, including custodial duties in the Airport Terminal. Skills; Mechanical background, electrical experience, able to operate heavy equipment, attention to detail, dependable, and a team player. Some office work is required.
PROJECT MANAGER III
Manages projects in the implementation of the County’s architectural and engineering Capital Improvement Program for the Department of Public Works & Transportation; including buildings, roads, marine, drainage, airport improvements, and other public facilities; ensuring that all assigned projects are designed and constructed in accordance with all relevant standards, to budget and schedule. Investigates and responds to citizen, elected official, and developer requests; performs other duties as assigned. The applicant can have expertise in civil engineering or facility projects, although experience in both would be considered a positive factor in the selection process. Performs other duties as assigned.
AIRPORT FACILITIES MANAGER
The Santa Barbara Airport has an exciting opportunity for a Facilities Manager to plan, organize, and direct the maintenance/repair of all Airport facilities and systems. The incumbent reviews construction and maintenance plans; prepares cost estimates for projects; develops and administers short & long range maintenance and construction plans, including the Airport’s Capital Improvement Program (ACIP); obtains permits; provides project oversight and facility maintenance coordination of rental properties, terminal and parking facilities, runways, taxiways and related systems and equipment. The Facilities Manager responds to emergency events; requests from the public and various agencies; makes presentations to a variety of agencies; anticipates staffing, equipment and material needs; and manages the employees within the Facilities Division. The Facilities Manager works directly with other Airport Division Managers to ensure the Airport remains open and operating safely, securely, efficiently and in a financially self-sustaining manner. Applications must be received by 02/12/21.
ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING MANAGER
An employee of this class is responsible for defining and implementing Ontario International Airport’s (ONT) environmental strategy. Incumbents in this classification report directly to the Director of Planning. The Environmental Planning Manager will be accountable for planning, overseeing, and managing environmental regulatory issues for all airport-related development to ensure compliance; identifies and champions development that advances sustainability initiatives and ensures the airport meets environmental goals; performs related duties as assigned.
MARKETING COMMUNICATIONS CONSULTANT
The Department of Aviation is seeking a qualified Marketing Communications Consultant to become a key member of the Public Information and Marketing Division. The Marketing Communication Consultant role for Austin Bergstrom International Airport (AUS) will create, oversee and execute marketing plans for primary sources of AUS revenue: airlines, parking, food/beverage and retail programs. Provide insight and guidance to strategies and materials that market AUS products and services, and the AUS brand itself. Will also conduct market research to better understand the AUS customers, competitors, and how to convert customers to AUS services. This position will work directly with the Air Service Development team to craft strategies on how to promote new carriers and routes, and execute strategies, and will work with external AUS partners to develop marketing strategies for the airport as a whole. Position will assist in developing advertising and promotion budget, developing campaigns, including for social media.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS DUTY MANAGER
Airport Operations Duty Manager Organization: City of Pensacola Location: Pensacola International Airport, Pensacola, FL 32504 Job Status: Full-Time Recruitment Range: $19.48-$22.94 hourly dependent on knowledge and experience Application Close Date: Friday February 5, 2021 11:59pm Application Website: www.pensacolacityjobs.com Minimum Requirements: Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Bachelor's Degree in aviation management, business administration, or a related field; and Two (2) years of professional operations related experience at a FAR 139 commercial service airport. Two (2) years of professional experience may be substituted for each year of college lacking. Necessary Special Requirements: Possession of an appropriate driver license for equipment operated and any license, training or certification required by law or regulation to complete assigned tasks. Must satisfy all requirements to acquire and maintain Transportation Security Administration (TSA) security clearance.
The City is looking for an innovative and business-oriented aviation professional to direct and administer the overall operation of the regional airport and the surrounding commercial, residential, and industrial properties. The position will work closely with UAS Range Manager and Economic Development Director to continue to increase airport revenues and aviation activity. The candidate must be very comfortable with both manned and unmanned aviation, and willing to work diligently towards the safe integration of the NAS.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS SPECIALIST II
Louisville Regional Airport Authority is seeking a motivated individual to join our Airport Operations Team. Under the direction and leadership of the Operations Supervisors, the Operations Specialist II will be responsible for managing the use of airport facilities in accordance with established policies and procedures. Position assures continuous safety and security compliance with Federal Aviation Regulation (FAR) Parts 77 and 139, Transportation Security Regulation (TSR) Part 1542, LRAA Rules and Regulations, in addition to other applicable statutes, regulations, and requirements. Operations Specialist II will perform job functions that are required of an Operations Specialist I to include but not limited to: Periodic, daily, continuous airfield/facilities inspections, facilitation of Airport ID Media, along with the facilitation of training/testing for movement and non-movement areas. In the absence of a supervisor, will assist in the assignment and delegation of daily duties, escorts, and special events.
EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT OF OPERATIONS
Under direction of the Chief Executive Officer, the Executive Vice President of Operations will provide vision, strategy, direction, and execution to drive business objectives (Key Results) regarding the physical operation of the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, including public safety, airside operations, sustainability, environmental compliance, and the Integrated Operations Center. Accountabilities take the form of strategic goals and objectives to be achieved within the framework of Airport Board Policy. Decisions and recommendations are reviewed for overall accomplishment and impact on the Airport’s mission, policy, and practice. This executive position requires a deep understanding of leadership, influence, and a high level of strategic thinking. The Executive Vice President of Operations plays a key role in critical, large scale initiatives that require collaboration with internal and external stakeholders as well as proactive and transparent communication with multiple departments. Join us at DFW Airport where we’re are transforming travel.
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT II
The ideal candidate will provide a range of support for the departments in the Revenue Management & Innovation division and; 1. Schedule and organize meetings with internal and external stakeholders; review contracts, agreements and amendments for completeness and route for signature; compose, format and review correspondence and other documents as requested. 2. Assist departments with data entry in the Authority’s Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) and B2GNow systems; review invoices for accuracy and complete check requests for payment; process monthly accounting accruals for the department. 3. Support the Small Business Development department with tracking and follow up on re-certifications for the ACDBE/DBE programs; assist with organizing events for the Small Business Development program. 4. Serves as the department’s records coordinator; ensures electronic documents are filed appropriately per the Authority’s records retention policy. 5. Attends to a variety of office administrative details; maintains inventory and orders office supplies.
FINANCIAL ANALYST II
The ideal candidate will have experience developing and managing operating expense budgets, related analysis, financial forecasting and; 1.Participate in the development and monitoring of department and Authority-wide budgets through partnering with various stakeholders across the organization. 2.With direction, develop, review, summarize and analyze financial plan projections and documents utilizing budgeting software. 3.Research and answer financial and budget inquiries submitted by staff and Authority management. 4.Develop, analyze, maintain and distribute various periodic and ad-hoc financial, statistical, analytical and management reports and statements. 5.Assist in ensuring that Authority's accounting, financial, budgeting and other business financial information and records are accurate and complete. 6.Assist in the review, evaluation and monitoring of capital development plans and budgets. 7.Develop and utilize spreadsheets, databases and other computer applications required to carry out assigned studies, projects and reports.
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.
AVIATION FACILITIES MAINTENANCE MANAGER
Responsible for leading and managing facilities maintenance and minor construction activities on a daily 24-hour basis at the Oakland International Airport. This position is responsible for delivering quality, cost effective maintenance services to internal and external customers, as well as the oversight of customer/stakeholder satisfaction, ensuring performance standards are established and met, providing budget management and financial performance, preventive maintenance of all equipment, and related procurement and contracting activities. Typical requirements include graduation from an accredited college with a bachelor's in aviation, engineering, business administration/management or other related field, six years of work experience supervising maintenance and/or engineering functions, and a valid California Class C driver license at the time and for the duration of appointment.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS AGENT
Assists in monitoring and maintaining safe and efficient airport use and to respond to real or potential emergency situations at the Lubbock Preston Smith International Airport (LPSIA). The primary mission is compliance with and implementation of Federal Aviation Regulation (FAR) Part 139 – Certification of Airports, the Airport Certification Manual (ACM), and Transportation Security Administration (TSA) Regulation Part 1542.
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. The Palm Beach County Board of County Commissioners provides an excellent benefits package, including medical, dental and life insurance as well as vacation and sick leave, paid parental leave, tuition reimbursement and participation in the Florida Retirement System.
BUSINESS MANAGER - AVIATION
The County of Volusia is seeking a Business Manager – Working Title: Director of Administration & Properties for the Airport division. This position is located in Daytona Beach, Florida at the Daytona Beach International Airport and will be responsible for property management/development (property accounting, contract negotiations, contract management, and revenue maximization), tenant relations, finance, administration and business strategy planning and implementation activities. Incumbent assigned to this classification is at-will and serves at the discretion of the County Manager.
Mead & Hunt, Inc., a nationally recognized professional services consulting firm has an exciting opportunity available for a civil engineer to join our aviation team. Responsibilities include assisting with the preparation of engineering plans and specifications for airport improvement projects; preparing design calculations and quantity estimates; assisting with the development of construction cost estimates for projects; attending client meetings; and serving as the onsite project engineer on construction projects. A valid driver’s license, the ability to pass a background check for badging on airports, and some travel will be required.
EXPERIENCED CIVIL ENGINEER
Mead & Hunt, Inc., a nationally recognized professional services consulting firm has an exciting opportunity available for a highly motivated civil engineer to join our aviation team. Responsibilities include designing and leading aviation engineering projects; evaluating and analyzing existing projects; preparing reports, budgets, cost estimates, specifications, plans, schedules, studies, and permits; leading proactive client interactions and communications with aviation clients; performing QA/QC tasks including leading design reviews; serving as the project manager and mentoring project staff, and serving as the onsite project engineer on construction projects. A valid driver’s license, the ability to pass a background check for badging at airports, and some travel will be required.
MANAGER- AIRPORTS (ILG)
This position directs the operational activities of the airport in accordance with Authority policies, rules and regulations, local, state, and federal regulations, and supervises airport operations staff in support of 24-hour airport operation. Manages the operations and security programs for the New Castle (Wilmington) Airport and ensures the airport is maintained and operated within required standards Serves as the Airport Security Coordinator (ASC) and performs duties as required in CFR Part 1542 Develops and updates airport operating manuals to include the Airport Certification Manual and Airport Security Plan Solid working knowledge of all applicable federal, state and local regulations relating to airport operations, with an emphasis on FAA FAR Part 139 and TSA TSR 1542 Must be able to pass a 10-year Criminal History Records Check (CHRC) and TSA Security Threat Assessment (STA) to obtain airport SIDA privileges AAAE Certified Member (CM) is preferred; A Pilot Airmen’s Certificate is preferred
UAS PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT MANAGER
ResourceTek is searching for a strategic/visionary UAS Program Development Manager. The UAS Program Development Manager will be the main point of contact for all UAS Operations within a large, state government, multi-discipline organization, focusing on advancing the existing UAS Program. This is a long-term, multi-year contract position in Atlanta Georgia. Minimum qualifications: Three/Five years' experience in: Representing organizations in UAS arena Demonstrated leadership in developing a growing UAS Program Understanding/Interpreting complex regulations; developing standards/procedures Provide reports/presentations to management/organizations within UAS industry Additional responsibilities include: Maintain Pilot/Visual Observer records Investigate and report to FAA all unsafe operations Approve all acquisitions of UAS equipment/software Insight into the emerging Urban Air Mobility markets BS in technical field related to UAS industry; 3-5 years experience in UAS industry; an FAA Part 107 Pilot Certificate. Benefits: paid holidays/vacation; medical/dental/vision insurances. Email cover letter and resume to email@example.com
STAFF ASSOCIATE, AVIATION SAFETY OFFICER
Staff Associate, Aviation Safety Officer BSU Aviation Science trains students under the supervision of experienced instructors and aviation professionals, positioning them for success in careers both on the ground and in the air. Flight training is conducted at the BSU Flight Training Center located at New Bedford Regional Airport in New Bedford, Massachusetts. Students pursue a Bachelors degree with concentrations in Aviation Management or Flight. The Aviation Safety Officer fosters a “safety first” culture by providing daily oversight, management, and leadership of safety programs for BSU Aviation Flight Operations and the Aviation Science department. This position reports to the Chief Instructor and works cooperatively with the Dean's office in the Ricciardi College of Business and with the President's office. This position is located at the BSU Flight Training Center located at New Bedford Regional Airport in New Bedford, Massachusetts. Salary Range: $60,000-$70,000 Close Date: 1/17/2021
SUPERVISOR - AIRPORT OPERATIONS
This is complex supervisory and technical work involving the daily operations and functions of the airport along with airport safety and security issues related to air carriers, fixed base operators, tenants, federal and state agencies and airport vendors. Work is performed under the general direction of the Superintendent-Airport Operations allowing for considerable independent judgment and initiative in the performance of daily tasks. Work is reviewed through inspections, reports, and by results obtained. Performs related work as required. Apply on or before 5pm ET 1/22/2021 Salary Range $20.14 to $46.70/hourly. Estimated hiring rate approximately $25/hour
The Controller for Pitkin County is responsible for planning, organizing, directing, coordinating, and supervising all administrative and technical accounting functions of assigned funds, which includes daily operations and processes, financial reporting, statement preparation, auditing, fiscal management reviews, contract management oversight and related accounting, auditing, and fixed asset functions. The Controller will ensure compliance with established accounting principles and all state and federal fiscal intermediary and accrediting regulations. Qualified Individuals for the Controller position will be knowledgeable in the following: Government accounting principles, practices, procedures and transaction processes, to include laws and regulations pertaining to governmental accounting and auditing programs, GAAP, GASB, and FASB, budgeting, auditing, and grant administration/regulations governing governmental and municipal accounting, reconciliation of accounts. If assigned the Aspen Pitkin County Airport fund, knowledge of: Best practices preferred in the following aviation-specific areas (AIP, PFC, CFC, federal airport agencies, airlines, rental car concessions, other common airport stakeholders).
AIRPORT ASSISTANT DIRECTOR PLANNING AND ENGINEERING
Incumbents in this position are responsible for directing and managing all design and construction projects at St. Louis Lambert International Airport. Duties include: directing the long term strategic planning and capital improvement programs; coordinating the selection of all consultants, engineers, architects, and contractors engaged in the planning, designing, and construction stages of capital improvement projects, and establishing and maintaining contacts with representatives of federal, state, and local governments, legislative bodies, airlines, airport tenants, and the general public to discuss, interpret, and explain policies, programs and objectives. Apply at www.stlouis-mo.gov. Persons not residing in the City of St. Louis must take up residence within 120 days of completing a six month probationary period if hired EOE
AIRPORT OPERATIONS SPECIALIST
This position is primarily responsible for ensuring the safety and security of the runways and taxiway system, as well as relevant Authority interests and properties managed by the Airport Division in accordance with policies, rules, regulations, and local, state, and federal guidelines. Operations Specialist staff are required to work shift schedules as assigned. Incumbents may also be called upon to perform additional duties, including duties related to routine facilities maintenance, as needed. This position is essential and is subject to call 24 hours a day as necessary to maintain continuous daily operations at the Millville Airport in Southern New Jersey. Other requirements: Ability to pass airfield driver certification within 60 days of hire; Subject to background investigation and/or a 10 year CHRC; Ability to be trained in the use and operation of a firearm; wildlife recognition and training; Effective communication skills; Closing Date: Open until filled
SENIOR MANAGER- AIRPORT OPERATIONS
CLASS SUMMARY: Responsible for the day-to-day management of Airport Operations Division including the associated airport safety and compliance programs, projects and contracts. Manages airside and terminal operations policies and procedures in compliance with Kenton County Airport Board (KCAB) and other local, State and Federal laws and regulations. Provides expert, professional assistance and support as required. Provides leadership of associated committees and programs ensuring safe, compliant and efficient airside and terminal operations
AIRPORT MANAGEMENT OFFICER I
MDOT MAA is currently accepting applications for the position of Airport Management Officer I (AMO I) within the Office of Airport Operations at the Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI Marshall). Responsibilities include, coordinating and overseeing the 24-hour-a-day, 7-day-a-week, operation of BWI, ensuring the safe and efficient operation of all aircraft, airport support equipment, terminal buildings, and other airport property, share in overseeing the functioning, physical maintenance, and administration of BWI, and inspect public-use and private-use airports throughout the State of Maryland to ensure compliance with COMAR regulations. The position is an emergency essential position. All employees designated as emergency essential are required to be available to work during weather, operational, and/or disaster emergency conditions. Furthermore, this position requires work in a 24- hour facility and you must be available to work any shift, as required by the operational needs of MDOT MAA.