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AIRPORT MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN II
Under the supervision of the Maintenance Manager, Airport Maintenance Technicians perform regular maintenance of Airport assets and others tasks assigned to them with a high priority for workplace safety.
DIRECTOR OF PLANNING
At the Allegheny County Airport Authority, it is our vision to reflect and serve the community, inspire the industry, and advance the region’s role as a world leader. We look for talented people who are uniquely qualified to serve our mission of becoming a global aviation leader, driving innovation, regional growth and prosperity. Here is how this role will help: Develop, implement and direct the Airport Master Plans, Airport Layout Plans, Land-Use and Noise Compatibility Studies, System-Planning Studies, Benefit Cost Analysis, Obstruction Studies, Arts & Culture Program, Delay Reduction Studies, Airfield and Terminal Modeling Studies and Financial Planning; Provide technical expertise on aviation planning and related social, economic, and environmental issues relative to both Pittsburgh International and Allegheny County Airports and ensures that Aviation and Planning activities are integrated into broader land use issues; Direct the implementation of planning programs and projects; EEO
DIRECTOR - PURCHASING
Clinton National Airport is seeking an executive professional that will be responsible for centralizing all Airport purchasing functions, to include providing procurement services to Airport departments. This person will formulate purchasing policies and procedures to improve services and budget planning. Operates in accordance with all established purchasing guidelines, contract laws, and government procurement regulations. Applicants should have thorough knowledge of current methods and techniques utilized in contract development, recording practices, internal controls and information systems as applied to purchasing. Acts a liaison to the service and supplier community. Understands the application of minority business and disadvantaged business participation in the procurement of services.
Mead & Hunt, a nationally recognized architectural and engineering firm, is experiencing unprecedented growth. As a result, a full-time position is available for an architect/project manager. Responsibilities include design and production of architectural construction documents, drawings, specifications, and cost estimates for any size project; coordinating multi-disciplinary in-house and sub-consultant team members; mentoring less experienced architectural staff; and working closely with clients and contractor/developer design/build partners. Travel will be required.
The City of Renton Public Works Department is seeking a qualified individual to join our team as the Airport Director for the Renton Airport. The Renton Airport is located at the southern end of Lake Washington in the Seattle area, and one of the few facilities that has both a paved runway as well as a seaplane ramp. In addition to having general aviation uses, the facility also has designated manufacturing space at the airport due to the immediate adjacency of Boeing Company's 737 Manufacturing Plant which utilize the airport as the departure point for every new Boeing 737 aircraft produced. Under general direction of the Public Works Administrator, the selected individual will be responsible to manage, direct, and coordinate the activities, operations, and maintenance at the Renton Airport.
AIRFIELD MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR
Supervises and participates in day to day airfield maintenance activities. Maintains the City of Boise airfield ensuring efficiency and safety in accordance with Federal Aviation Association (FAA) regulations. Work is performed independently under general supervision. Please submit your resume and cover letter.
Responsible for all supervisory and administrative work directing and coordinating operations, and maintenance of the municipal airport. Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in Airport Management or a related field, plus four (4) years of experience in managing both the operations functions and the administrative functions of an Airport; Or an equivalent combination of education and experience that would likely produce the required knowledge, skills, and abilities. Licenses and Certificates: New Mexico Class “D” driver’s license or equivalent. Certification in the operation of a small water system in accordance with state regulations--or able to obtain within 18 months Must have or be able to obtain within 6 months: Line Service Fuel Technician Certificate, Petroleum Storage Tank Operator Certificate,
AIRPORT OPERATIONS MANAGER
The Airport Operations Manager is responsible for the efficient and compliant operation of Fort Worth Alliance Airport and Alliance Aviation Services. A hybrid position, this individual will work with the Vice President of Aviation Operations to plan and coordinate the service, maintenance and operation of the Airport and Fixed Base Operator (FBO). This position will oversee, manage and perform when applicable, functions related to the operation of an FAA Part 139 certificated airport, maintenance of hangars and office areas, vehicle and equipment maintenance, and safety.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS MANAGER
Under the supervision of the Airport Manager, the Airport Operations Manager plans, directs, and coordinates operations activities in accordance with FAA requirements including Part 139, TSA including 49 CFR 1540/1542 and local regulations.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS SUPERVISOR
The purpose of this job is to supervise/train staff involved in airport flight line operations, provide oversight of the Airport Operations/Security while ensuring compliance with Federal Aviation Regulation (FAR) Pat 139 – Certification of Airports and the Airport Certification Manual (ACM). For full description, visit www.accgov.com/jobs MINIMUM TRAINING/EXPERIENCE REQUIRED High school degree or equivalent with 3 years of aviation/airport operations experience required; or any equivalent combination of education, training, and experience which provides the requisite knowledge, skills, and abilities. One year of supervisory experience is required. Must possess, or be able to obtain, airport firefighter certification in accordance with Georgia Fire Academy and FAA part 139 requirements within one year of date of hire, and meet requirements set forth by the national Fire Protection Association and the Georgia Firefighter Standards and Training Act.
LOCAL GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS PROGRAM MANAGER
Purpose of this position is to work directly with the Chief Officer of Administration and External Affairs by providing oversight and management of the government affairs program. Responsible for supporting the requirements of the Department of Aviation in the representation of the interests and positions of AUS to the Airport Advisory Commission, City Management, City Council, other governmental entities, other citizen commissions, trade/community organizations, and customers. Assists with the management and coordination of economic development activities and initiatives. Responsible for research and documentation preparation for presentations/publications. Reviews and monitors governmental legislation/reports/information and effectively communicates results/decisions. Assists with the preparation of reports/briefings and provides coordination for the Chief Officer of Administration and External Affairs as may be required to address a request for information from the Airport Advisory Commission, City Management, other City Departments, and City Council. Responsible for planning, organizing and coordinating ongoing/scheduled Airport Advisory Commission meetings and working groups/committees.
ASSOCIATE AIRPORT DIRECTOR
The Associate Airport Director is responsible for providing management and administrative support to the Director with the responsibilities of maintaining and operating the airport in adherence to the provisions of 14 CFR Part 139 and 49 CFR Part 1542, operating the Fixed Base Operation, etc. The position supervises the Airport Operations Manager and a team including Airport Attendants, Line Service Agents, Maintenance Workers and wage employees. Under general direction, assists with the acquisition and administration of Federal and State grants, assures compliance with grant assurances, provides oversight of construction projects and planning studies, assists with formulation of the annual budget for Airport Operations and Fixed Base Operations, assists in developing development plans for the airport and services, assists in leasing and procurement activities and participates in air service development. Oversees the PFC Program, DBE and ACDBE programs. Acts as Airport Director in that person’s absence or as directed.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS SPECIALIST
This position is responsible for assisting with a variety of activities including airfield inspections, credentialing and the expeditious flow of aircraft and passengers. Individual must be focused on the safety, security, and efficiency of airport operations and be willing to complete other operational duties as assigned. Work is performed under the general direction of a designated supervisor and checked for accuracy, quality and the ability to complete work in a timely and cost-effective manner. This position is for 3rd shift.
The Operations Manager ensures that the Corpus Christi International Airport (CCIA) is operated and maintained in a safe and secure manner as required by Federal Aviation Regulations. The position monitors proposed development projects for non-compatible land use and height obstructions. Responsible for maintaining the Airport Certification Manual and Airport Emergency Plan in compliance with federal, state and local requirements and serves as the department liaison with the City Emergency Operations Center (EOC) for emergency planning and operations. Go to the City of Corpus Christi online job site for more details.
TRANSPORTATION PLANNER - AVIATION PLANNING AND EDUCATION
The North Central Texas Council of Governments is seeking an entry- or mid-level Transportation Planner to assist with the development, implementation, and long-range planning related to general aviation airports in North Central Texas. This individual will work closely with regional airport managers, Federal Aviation Administration staff, Texas Department of Transportation staff and others to provide planning assistance for the regional general aviation system, including the development of a robust aviation education network. Applicants wishing to be considered for this position should apply online at https://mycogcareer.silkroad.com/. To be considered for any other NCTCOG position that may currently be open, applicants need to apply online separately for those postings. All submittals should include a cover letter summarizing work experience, as well as a current resume. NCTCOG is recognized as a military-friendly employer and values the knowledge, experience, and skills acquired during your military service career. All qualified veterans are invited to apply.
The City of Chandler is currently seeking qualified individuals to fill the full-time position of AIRPORT MANAGER at the Chandler Municipal Airport. This position is unclassified and will serve at the pleasure of the City Manager. The successful candidate will manage, direct, and coordinate the activities of Chandler Municipal Airport. Some essential functions include preparing and monitoring budgets, managing all activities including staff and equipment, promoting, encouraging, and assisting in development activities in and around the Airport, promoting a safe and welcoming environment, and supervising maintenance and improvement to the Airport. In addition, this position has responsibilities involving public relations activities working with Federal and State regulatory authorities and with users and lessees of the airport facilities. To apply and view the complete job description, visit: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/chandleraz Applications will be accepted until October 16, 2020. The City of Chandler is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS COORDINATOR
The County of San Diego is currently accepting job applications for Airport Operations Coordinator, to fill a vacancy at the County's McClelland-Palomar Airport located in Carlsbad (North County location). The Airport Operations Coordinator performs a variety of airport operations duties and managerial oversight required by Federal, State, and local regulatory agencies at the County's airports. Such managerial oversight includes aviation safety, security, airport access, facility management, noise abatement, environmental issues, and public relations. The application due date is October 7, 2020, at 1159 pm.
The successful candidate will manage, direct, and coordinate the activities of the Cortez Municipal Airport. Some essential functions include preparing and monitoring budget, managing all activities including staff and equipment, write Colorado State Department of Aviation grants, maintain records for federal and state review, represent the Airport for FAA sponsored projects, conducts safety and security inspections per FAA and TSA guidelines, controls wildlife hazards on airfield, compose State mandated Stormwater Management plan, in charge of snow removal, acts as Airport Ground Security Coordinator, maintain Airport Security Manual, and supervises maintenance and improvements at the Airport. In addition, this position has responsibilities involving public relations activities working with Federal and State regulatory authorities and with users and lessees of the airport facilities. The City of Cortez is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Qualifications:Ability to communicate will with others, both orally and in writing, with emphasis on writing and basic math skills.Knowledge in the operation of heavy and light equipment, and mechanical ability for the maintenance of equipment and fixtures.Knowledge of carpentry, electrical, and plumbing.Knowledge of Part 139 of the FAA regulations.High school graduate or equivalent.Aviation Management experience or equivalent.
PSM's current Director of Finance anticipates retiring in mid-2022 and this position will have the unique opportunity to receive extensive training with the current Director prior to assuming the role. Evaluating/implementing fiscal policy Implementing processes and maintaining records in conformance with GAAP Analyzing financial operating results and providing summary data Developing/maintaining relationships to allow for coordination of PDA’s financial needs Satisfying reporting requirements to government agencies Coaching/mentoring/reviewing performance for accounting staff Overseeing budget development activities/implementation Developing/maintaining a property management system
This position will work with our Senior Accountant for approximately 6 months until his projected 2021 retirement date, performing routine accounting functions. Senior Accountant Duties: Preparing monthly financial statements and billings Collecting. analyzing and reporting on financial data, highlighting trends, reporting on variations, and making recommendations Reviewing and monitoring capital expenditures and budget, including seeking reimbursement from government agencies
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.
AIRPORT MANAGEMENT INTERN
Centennial Airport (CO) is seeking a highly motivated individual desiring hands-on experience in the pursuit of a career in airport management. The intern will receive extensive exposure to both airport operations and planning/development at one of the busiest general aviation airports in the country. The position includes emergency response coordination, snow removal, airfield/ramp inspections, construction oversight and noise abatement. The internship is a one-year full time contract position that pays $18.00/hr. Ability to work a wide variety of shifts including nights, weekends and holidays is required. Qualified applicants should have a bachelor’s degree in airport management/administration or related aviation field or, at a minimum, be currently enrolled in a four year degree program and have achieved senior status in pursuit of an aviation degree. Applicants should send resume and cover letter to LHinton@centennialairport.com.
CHIEF OPERATIONS & PUBLIC SAFETY OFFICER
The Reno-Tahoe Airport Authority (RTAA) is seeking a candidate with proven experience successfully leading a large operational unit and a demonstrated commitment to cultivating a positive, collaborative work environment that values teamwork, honesty, respect, recognition, integrity, innovation, versatility and excellence, to join our Executive Leadership Team as the Chief Operations & Public Safety Officer. The Chief Officer reports to the President/CEO and is responsible for the overall strategic leadership, direction, management, and administration of a diverse, multi-disciplinary division that includes Airport Rescue Firefighting, Airport Police, Airport Communications, Airport Operations, and Reno-Stead Airport. The Chief Officer is accountable for navigating complex situations to successfully lead, evolve, and optimize the division. This position provides highly responsible and complex management support to the President/CEO, and works in close coordination with others on the Executive Leadership Team in order to achieve the alignment of the division’s operations in support of the RTAA’s strategic priorities.
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.
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.
DEPUTY DIRECTORY OF AVIATION
The City of Naples Airport Authority is seeking a Deputy Director of Aviation. You will be responsible for the oversight of the fixed base operation (FBO), airport operations, security, maintenance, planning, and development activities. In this newly created position, you will support the Executive Director in the planning, direction, and management of defined strategic objectives of the Naples Airport Authority. You will work closely with the Deputy Executive Director to ensure continuity and coordination of organizational goals. The successful candidate will have an undergraduate degree in a related field and ten (10) years of related experience and several years of successful senior level experience in airport operations in a comparable or larger size airport; or the equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the essential duties of the job.
DIRECTOR OF AVIATION SERVICES
The City of Phoenix is seeking a dynamic senior airport executive to be the Director of Aviation Services. This position will be responsible for the growth and development, fiscal responsibility, and regulatory compliance of the Phoenix Airport System. Salary Up to $240,573 annually. Salary commensurate with experience and qualifications. The City contributes 8.5% of salary into 457/401(a) plans with no matching required. $5,220/annual car allowance and $1,440/annual cell phone allowance. A comprehensive Executive benefits package is offered.
Ten years of progressively responsible administrative management experience, four years of which must have been in directing the operation and maintenance of a medium or large hub airport, complex public sector facilities or a public works department. - Bachelor's degree is required, however a Master’s degree is preferred.
DIRECTOR OF FINANCE
The Director of Finance directs, manages all finance policies, and activities of the Southwest Oregon Regional Airport (OTH). The ideal candidate will have knowledge of modern best practices in accounting, auditing, business management and administration, including debt and investment management, and generally accepted accounting procedures (GAAP). CPA required with a background in public sector finance/accounting preferred. Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration, Accounting or Finance and five years of experience in accounting or finance and supervising others; or any equivalent combination of experience and training, 3-5 years, which provides the knowledge, skills and abilities necessary to perform the work. TO APPLY: Send cover letter, resume & copies of certifications to: Coos County Airport District 1100 Airport Lane North Bend OR 97459 or via Email to firstname.lastname@example.org Applications must be received by October 15, 2020.
Under general direction of the Public Works Director, manages, administers, and coordinates the daily operations, promotion, development, special events, and long-range strategic planning for the Los Alamos Airport in accordance with associated federal and state regulations, and the county’s established goals and policies. Maintains confidentiality of privileged information.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS COORDINATOR
The position requires the ability to perform airfield operations, including but not limited to monitoring and controlling the use of the airport, providing information assistance to both airport users and the public. An understanding of FAA part 139, 77, 150 and TSA 1542 is critical. The ability to perform in the airfield area and conduct various operational duties is essential. The position requires the ability to work various shifts including evenings, weekends, and holidays. The full job description is posted at flyoth.com/administration. TO APPLY: Send cover letter, resume & copies of certifications to: Coos County Airport District 1100 Airport Lane North Bend OR 97459 or via Email to email@example.com Applications must be received by Oct 15th , 2020.
AVIATION PLANNING MANAGER
Our client is seeking a self-starting Aviation Planning Manager who is customer oriented and driven to complete airport system planning functions at a state level. Selected candidate will lead reviews, assessments, planning, analyzing, and maintaining a Statewide Aviation System. Air service and economic impact studies included. Manager provides direction, guidance, and recommendations regarding current and future airport development needs. The Manager develops relationships with airport sponsors, consultants, state, and federal agencies. Knowledge of state aviation programs and experience with aviation planning related to the Federal Block Grant Programs is highly desired. Full-time position requiring office hours in Atlanta, GA. Approximately 15% travel with limited overnight stays. Candidates will be required to pass a drug test and criminal background check. Salary range is $85,000 to $105,000; full range of competitive benefits is offered. Submit cover letter and resume to: Mike Martin ResourceTek 520 Summit Hill Drive Knoxville, TN 37902 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
SAFETY PROGRAM MANAGER
The Tucson Airport Authority is currently in search of an experienced, energetic, and organized Safety Program Manager to join us at the airport. The Safety Program Manager will be an integral part of our Operations Management team and contribute to the continued growth and excellence of our organization. Under minimal supervision and administrative direction this role is responsible for providing technical and management level recommendations to TAA departments regarding safety and health technical regulatory and policy issues; assists in the management of an airport-wide safety, health loss control and prevention program at Tucson International Airport (TUS) and Ryan Airfield (RYN); responsible for reporting safety, operational and process-oriented results, and to provide systems analysis and process improvement recommendations; assists in the development and implementation of any FAA mandated Safety Management System, including comprehensive safety policies, safety risk management, safety assurance, safety promotion and an occupational health and safety program.
ORAT, ACTIVATION, TRANSITION, MOVE MANAGEMENT
Looking for the best and brightest to join our Operational Readiness and Transition team. Successful candidates will have airport and/or airline experience, excellent organizational skills, outstanding people skills, and be willing to travel or relocate to project sites.
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.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS OFFICER
Under the direct supervision of Operations Supervisors, Airport Operations Officers at Williston Basin International Airport are responsible for assisting in the overall operation of airside, landside, and terminal areas on an assigned shift, including nights, weekends, and holidays. This position ensures compliance with Federal Aviation Regulations (FAR) Part 77 and 139, Transportation Security Regulation (TSR) Part 1542, and all other applicable statutes, regulations, and requirements and occasionally performs ARFF duties. This position is responsible for ensuring the safety and security of all airport users.