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The City of Quincy, Illinois (population 40,915) seeks an Airport Manager for the Quincy Regional Airport. The property consists of 1,100 acres with two 5,400 ft. and one 7,100 ft. runways with modern design. Typical commercial aircraft consist of 50 seat passenger planes. The facility includes a 20,000 sq. ft. terminal and separate maintenance buildings. Current service offers daily flights to Chicago. The individual selected will be responsible for the overall administration of the airport. Plans, directs, and coordinates the operations, construction, and maintenance of airport facilities in accordance with FAA Part 139 & TSA Part 1520 rules, regulations, and policies. Ensures that all aspects of the airport are functioning within these regulations. Responsible for maintaining a safe and efficient operating environment. This is a highly visible position requiring excellent communication skills.
AIRCRAFT RESCUE CHIEF (ARFF)
The City of Cleveland's Department of Port Control (DPC) is empowering Cleveland's diverse community to connect with the world; operating both Cleveland Hopkins International (CLE) and Burke Lakefront (BLK) Airports. With both flights and passengers continuing to grow, DPC is the right place to launch your career. Under administrative direction, leads, directs and coordinates the functions and daily activities of the Airport Rescue and Firefighting (ARFF) section for Cleveland Hopkins International and Burke Lakefront Airports. Commands and directs all emergency aircraft incidents and EMS operations on airport property including but limited to; aircraft emergencies, building fires, HAZMET emergencies, and Weapons of Mass Destruction/Infrared Explosive Devices (WMD/IED) emergencies. Ensures the development and execution of all regulatory and other training programs related to airport firefighting, EMS and airport disaster pre-planning. Develops and conducts all tabletop and live drills as required by the Airport Emergency Plan (AEP).
AIRPORT CHIEF ENGINEER
The City of Cleveland's Department of Port Control (DPC) is empowering Cleveland's diverse community to connect with the world; operating both Cleveland Hopkins International (CLE) and Burke Lakefront (BLK) Airports. With both flights and passengers continuing to grow, DPC is the right place to launch your career. he DPC is seeking an Airport Chief Engineer to lead all aspects of professional engineering, construction and architectural work at CLE, BLK and the Division of Harbors. This role directs the performance of professional and administrative Engineering and Construction teams for project designs, cost estimates, plans, specifications, schedules, construction and architectural projects. Provides technical oversight and inspection of work in progress through management of professional staff in these areas; monitoring developments in equipment, materials, techniques; program and construction management; project delivery systems; and value engineering in the three fields.
The City of Cleveland's Department of Port Control (DPC) is empowering Cleveland's diverse community to connect with the world; operating both Cleveland Hopkins International and (CLE) and Burke Lakefront (BLK) Airports. With both flights and passengers continuing to climb, DPC is the right place to launch your career. The DPC at CLE is seeking a Procurement Officer. This position is responsible for planning and administering all functions related to procuring goods, services and contracts in accordance with City/DPC policies and procedures, ensuring procurements are managed in the most efficient and ethical manner. This role requires the ability to oversee the Request for Proposal (RFP), Request for Qualifications (RFQ), Board of Control resolutions, bid solicitations, evaluations and pre-bid conferences.
AIRPORT EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT COORDINATOR
San Francisco International Airport (SFO) seeks a motivated individual to interpret federal standards to develop and implement emergency procedures, manuals for all SFO staff including tenants; conduct annual airplane crash, incident and general domestic preparedness exercises; assess relevant technologies to implement improvements for SFO’s response procedures and remedial trainings and execute trainings; may serve as liaison to Transportation Security Administration (TSA), Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), and Airport staff, Federal Inspection Services, San Francisco Department of Emergency Management, San Mateo County Office of Emergency Services, airlines, tenants and emergency relief organizations when coordinating exercises, program support, operational protocols and standard operating procedures and perform other duties as assigned. See official job posting for more details.
SENIOR DIRECTOR OF AIRPORTS - EYW
Monroe County, Florida is seeking a Senior Director of Airports who will be responsible for the management and operations of the Key West International Airport (EYW) and The Florida Keys Marathon International Airport (MTH). The two-airport system handles the commercial and general aviation needs for the middle and lower sections of the Florida Keys and together account for approximately 128,000 annual aircraft operations.The successful candidate will have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in Airport Management or a related field, and 7 to 10 years of related work experience.Posting Deadline: July 13, 2018.
AIRPORT GENERAL MANAGER
The Position The City of Kingman is looking for a dynamic, approachable and hands-on Airport General Manager. This person’s experience should exhibit not only sound knowledge of airport operations but also an innovative mindset, strong stakeholder and community engagement and a keen focus on Customer Service. Inquiries The City of Kingman has enlisted the services of ACS to lead and manage this recruitment process including all communications, inquiries, applications and evaluations. With this in mind, please direct all communications and inquiries to ACS. The entire process will remain strictly confidential within reason of public sector employment. Please direct all inquiries to Aviation Career Services through: Eric Mercado / Eric@ACSFirm.com / 424.218.9950 OR Greg Chenoweth / Greg@ACSFirm.com / 480.540.9992 Communication with the City of Kingman its agents and/or sister organization(s) by potential applicants or others conducting outreach on an applicant's behalf is prohibited and may disqualify the applicant from the process.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS OFFICER
The Airport Operations Officer, with guidance from Senior Operations Officers, conducts daily inspections, patrols and other functions associated with Airport Operations, which assures the Airport’s compliance with Federal, State and Local regulations. •Responsible for conducting inspections and reporting any condition which may affect safe operations of air carrier aircraft: pavement conditions; safety areas; marking and lighting; unpaved areas; snow, ice conditions; aircraft rescue and fire fighting capability; handling and storage of hazardous materials; traffic and wind direction indicators; ground vehicle operations; wildlife hazards; obstructions; protection of NAVAIDs; identifying, marking and reporting construction areas; public protection are areas of primary concern during daily inspections in accordance with Federal Aviation Regulation Part 139. Responsible for conducting security patrols of Air Operations Area (AOA), gates, doors or other areas allowing access to AOA in accordance with TSAR 1542 and other applicable publications, and assist NYS Police in law enforcement activities on Airport property.
SR. AIRPORT PLANNER - TERMINALS/FACILITIES
GENERAL SUMMARY $68,800 - $89,400 The primary responsibilities of the Senior Airport Planner will be to manage the planning process for small to large projects identified for renovation and/or new development related to DFW International Airport’s terminals and facilities. Under general direction of the Planning Manager, the senior airport planner participates in short and long-range airport facilities planning efforts and will be required to apply Airport Planning principles to analyze and strategically plan components of Airport development in support of the Airport’s Strategic Growth and Business Plan. The Senior Planner provides documentation for the administration and execution of each project assigned. The Senior Planner will also be responsible for directing and managing in-house planning studies and overseeing management of consultant planning studies, as well as, representing the Airport on planning related matters.
AIRPORT PLANNING MANAGER
Under the administrative direction, reports to the of the Chief of Planning and Engineering (P&E).This position analyzes, researches airfield, land-side & terminal infrastructure and ensures all projects are planned per FAA rules, guidelines and additional requirements. In addition, candidate is responsible for adherence to all local, regional, state and Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (OEPA) mandates. The candidate must be familiar with FAA guidance, the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), and must be able to research, compile, and analyze data related to various Studies and projects. The candidate is also required to use the latest technology to create clear and concise oral and written presentation. Candidate will monitor projects, budgets and assist in the annual development of same. May supervise employees assigned to projects.
SR ART PROGRAM MGR LTD 062021
This newly created position will provide oversight of both the visual arts at SeaTac International Airport while working with the Commission’s Art Oversight Committee to create a broader vision for a Port-wide visual and performance art program and a proposed expansion of the Airport’s art staff. The Project Management function of this job is increasing rather dramatically as well as the Collection Management function to properly conserve, maintain, and protect the value of the over 120 artworks that we have at the Airport alone. The Senior Art Program Manager - Aviation (Public Art & Rotating Exhibits) provides a positive passenger experience by creating a series of settings throughout the airport terminals where passengers can take time to relax, and feel the aesthetic beauty and energy of artists from the region and across the nation expressed through the medium of their work.
Based at MAG’s Chicago Head Office Work for a global, fast growing Airport services business Base salary of $45,000-50,000 Great benefits: medical/dental/vision coverage, 401k, Paid Time Off first year, life insurance In this role, you will be responsible for supporting the senior leadership team in the delivery of MAG’s core services across the U.S. with emphasis on Airport Lounges, Car Parking and Retail development. You will be ensuring that the effective governance of processes and procedures are embedded and maintained, as well as delivering the day to day duties, which include: Monitoring and tracking capital costs Sourcing and creating working relationships with suppliers Producing documentation including bid, strategy docs and business cases Coordinating projects across multiple teams within the US and the UK Managing risk registers Making the business aware of upcoming tender opportunities Attending events Chairing product board meetings Coordination with the Global MAG Headquarters in the U.K.
DEPUTY EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
Port of Long Beach Deputy Executive Director Annual salary range: DOQ Application Deadline: Wednesday, July 11th, 2018 at 5pm. A Bachelor’s degree is required and a Master’s degree is highly desirable. Competitive candidates should have a background in operations, engineering or finance including at least ten years of progressively responsible experience in an executive level capacity, preferably working for a public enterprise entity comparable to the complexity and size of operations found at the Port of Long Beach. To be considered for this extraordinary opportunity, submit an electronic version of your cover letter and resume in one file to: https://secure.cpshr.us/escandidate/JobDetail?ID=354 For further information contact: Josh Jones CPS HR Consulting Ph: 916-471-3301 Port of Long Beach website: www.polb.com Online brochure: www.cpshr.us/search EOE
AIRPORT PAVEMENT TASK AREA MANAGER
Join our Team! Shall have a 4-year engineering or management degree from an accredited college or university with at least 4 years of experience in airport pavements or airport pavement related research and development. This candidate provides overall management of personnel working in the Airport Pavement technical environment on individual Delivery Orders. Candidate shall be proficient in Government contract and design standards, planning tools (i.e. work breakdown structures, Gantt charts, critical path analyses, PERT charts, etc.) budgeting and report development.
AIRPORT PROPERTIES & CONTRACTS MANAGER
The Greater Asheville Regional Airport Authority (GARAA) is seeking an individual who has overall responsibility for the Authority’s properties management including concessions planning and oversight, airfield aeronautical business, commercial property development, lease administration, risk management, and certain purchasing and procurement processes. Responsible for the procurement process for complex services and products, which may include formal advertisement for high dollar items such as capital equipment. Establishes process to evaluate quotes, bids, and proposals and prepares award documents. Oversees the Authority’s risk management program. Facilitates communication between the Authority and insurance agents. Maintains current insurance certificates for all tenants and service or maintenance contracts.
C TOWER RAMP CONTROLLER/INTERNATIONAL OPERATIONS COORDINATOR
Ramp Controller The role of this entry level position is to control ramp operations for ramps 3 and 4 at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport through the performance of a variety of duties as dictated by operational requirements that include; providing commercial pilots with pushback and taxi instructions through a VHF frequency; actively interact with FAA personnel to determine RNAV runway assignments and configurations; assure compliance with minimum standards and regulations relating to all tenants including airline and ramp procedures. International Operations Coordinator The role of this entry level position is to assist with coordinating the daily international/domestic common-use operations on Concourse D, Concourse E and International Terminal F. While this position is more of a landside operations position, providing ramp control services on International Ramp 9 is also a required function of this position. Must be able to obtain a Customs and Border Protection Seal to be eligible for position.
CDE (CONTROLS DESIGN ENGINEER), CSE (CONTROL SYSTEMS ENGINEER)
ControlTouch Systems, LLC is an established electrical engineering and design company located in Louisville, KY. We have an immediate opening for a Controls Design Engineer (CDE) & a Control Systems Engineer (CSE). The CDE will use AutoCAD and ePlan to develop hardware/software designs, general device layouts, detailed schematics, & panel layouts for control systems. The CSE will provide develop/evaluate system solutions, modify program/system logic, & travel to customer facilities to install, modify, & debug software. The CSE should have PLC programming experience with Allen Bradley and FactoryTalk View HMI Programming. Both positions require a Bachelor’s in Electrical Engineering. We offer a competitive salary & benefits package. Send your resume and references to: ControlTouch Systems, LLC. Attn: Human Resources 3101 Breckenridge Lane, 3rd Fl. Louisville, KY 40220 or
STATE AIRPORT PLANNER
Bismarck, North Dakota. The Airport Planner is the state aeronautics representative for airports which will require strong involvement with airport planning consultants, airport managers, and FAA officials. The Airport Planner provides an analysis of technical data and project work in the airside and landside planning within an airport setting. Airport Planners manage or participate in the development and implementation of airport master plans, airport layout plans, and statewide aviation planning studies. The Airport Planner will also serve as an airport inspector to collect data at public general aviation airports within the state. A working knowledge of Federal Aviation Regulations, FAA Advisory Circulars, and airport design standards is beneficial. The Airport Planner is also a program manager for state airport grant funds and a major contributor towards the recommendation and allocation of federal Airport Improvement Program (AIP) funds for airports.
AREA MANAGER - INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
The TRP Area Manager – IT/Special Systems position requires a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in engineering, technology or related discipline or demonstrated equivalent combination of education, certification, training, skills, knowledge, abilities and aviation experience. Candidates must have a minimum of ten (10) years of progressive U.S. aviation Systems design and construction experience with capital projects of $200 million or greater in value. The candidate must have demonstrated experience managing multi discipline Systems teams at large hub airports. The candidate must have both Systems design, installation and integration experience for all major systems components with a focus on systems integration.
DIRECTOR, AIR SERVICE DEVELOPMENT
The Maryland Aviation Administration is currently accepting resumes for the position of Director of Air Service Development at Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport. The Director of Air Service Development is responsible for managing the BWI Marshall air service team in its air service development program, coordinating internal staff resources with external economic and legal consultants to increase domestic and international passenger and cargo air service by both existing and new entrant airlines. A new air service typically produces $500,000 or more annually in additional revenues to the Administration from landing fees, rent, and other user charges, and additional expenditures by passengers and cargo users. This position manages the day-to-day contact with key decision makers in various airlines.
The Bemidji Regional Airport Authority is seeking applications for an Assistant Director. Duties include but are not limited to: Federal Aviation Regulation (FAR) Part 139 compliance; Federal and State grant management; lease management; environmental compliance; file system management; and other duties related to the day-to-day operational, financial, and administrative requirements of the Bemidji Regional Airport. Extended work hours and travel will be necessary at times. Go to www.bemidjiairport.org for full posting and application. Submit application/resume by 12:00 p.m. Wednesday, June 20, 2018 to: Executive Director Bemidji Regional Airport Authority 3824 Moberg Drive NW Suite 101 Bemidji, MN 56601
AIRPORT PUBLIC SAFETY OFFICER
The Springfield Airport Authority is accepting applications for an Airport Public Safety Officer. This position is responsible for providing law enforcement, aircraft rescue and firefighting, emergency medical and airport operations services for Abraham Lincoln Capital Airport. Requires completion of 440-hour Basic Police Training Course and Police Officer Wellness Evaluation Report and certification from the State of Illinois as a Police Officer (current certification with the Illinois Local Law Enforcement Board may be approved). Within 9 months of hire, requires completion of 40-hour Aircraft Rescue and Firefighting Course, 40-hour medical first responder course, airfield drivers training, wildlife hazard management training and use of pyrotechnics. Requires familiarity with FAR parts 77, 139 and TSA 1500 series.
AVIATION ENGINEER IV - PROJECT MANAGER
At KLJ, we love engineering, moving forward, and bringing ideas to life. Our work is more than a project, it's a long-term solution for the communities in which we live and work. We are committed to providing an exceptional experience to our customers – every project, every time. We reimagine what projects can be through innovative planning, design, and support of infrastructure projects of all shapes and sizes. Join our team and reimagine what your career can be
Plans, coordinates and manages the development, maintenance and operations of the City's International Airport to ensure compliance with City, state, and federal regulations. Position involves competing demands, performing multiple tasks, working to deadlines, occasional work beyond normal business hours, and responding to customer issues. On-call for emergency management twenty-four (24) hours a day, seven (7) days a week. Regular attendance is an essential function of this job to ensure continuity of services. Position functions primarily indoors with no notable hazards or adverse environmental conditions. Time spent outdoors is subject to all weather conditions, noise, debris, dust, hazardous chemicals, fumes and other related obstacles and hazards; travel to various locations involves exposure to traffic conditions. Position performs light physical work; frequent use of a personal computer and related office equipment; considerable flexibility to structure daily activities between sitting, standing and walking. Full-time, regular, exempt position.
BUILDING MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
The Missoula County Airport Authority is accepting applications for a Building Maintenance Technician to perform technical maintenance/repair of airport facilities. Experience in mechanical, electrical, plumbing and HVAC required. Shift work and weekends are required. Union position. See full job description and apply at flymissoula.com. EEO Employer. Salary dependent on experience. Position open until filled.
AIRPORT WILDLIFE SPECIALIST
Experience in wildlife management or wildlife biology highly desired. Experience in performing inspections on fences and buildings to find birds' nest and informing tenants on methodology for proper removal; collecting specimen for bird strike analysis; and complying with Wildlife Hazard Assessment and FAA Part 139 requirements preferred. Will work with Airport Operations, Texas Wildlife Fish and Game, and United States Department of Agriculture. Applications accepted: 6/10 – 6/23/18.
SENIOR AIRFIELD CIVIL ENGINEER
RS&H, Inc.An Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, or protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability.Please view Equal Employment Opportunity Posters provided by OFCCP here.
AIRFIELD OPERATIONS OFFICER
Tulsa Airports Improvement Trust operates and manages Tulsa International Airport, RL Jones Riverside Airport, and Okmulgee Regional Airport. We enjoy a smooth and collaborative work environment with a great work/life balance and comprehensive benefit package. Benefits include a pension, partially employer-funded medical insurance and life insurance, 13 paid holidays, and personal time off. We are currently searching for a graduate with a Bachelor of Science degree in Aviation Management. Applicants must hold this degree to be considered. This position will be responsible for performing a variety of duties at Tulsa International Airport on the airfield, perimeter and Airport property to ensure compliance with FAA regulations, as well as Airport rules, policies, and procedures.
MANAGER II, AIRPORT
Manages, coordinates, and assesses the work of assigned staff to facilitate the achievement of departmental goals and objectives; directs all operations, activities, and programs at the St. Mary’s County Regional Airport; performs other duties as assigned.
AIRLINE & PASSENGER SYSTEMS SPECIALIST
Oversee the performance of several complex systems that are critical and essential to airline and airport operations. Responsible for system oversight of the day to day operability of the systems and acts as the liaison for systems with internal and external stakeholders. Systems Administration and Oversight. Terminal Wide Voice Paging Systems. System configuration. Education of end users. Post-event analysis of system performance irregularities. System representative to users, projects, designers, POS staff “the face of the system”. As system owner, coordination, scheduling, and planning of transitional activities of a system’s installation/removal. Market awareness of product offerings to meet objectives Procurement & Project. Request for purchase, specification development, response review and selection committee participation. Project collaboration with designers representing the systems. Detailed review of project drawings and specifications related to terminal area, tenant projects, and technological deployment. Technical support for terminal background music and recorded message campaign and regulatory announcements.
AVIATION LEASE ADMINISTRATION MANAGER
Lead the lease administration team to ensure quality work product through empowering leadership, process standardization and improvement, resulting in improved team engagement and performance. Additionally, this position will develop and manage programs to improve tenant communication, as well as conformance with evolving organizational policy, state, federal and other legal requirements. Lead, supervise, train and develop the lease administration team to include but not limited to: professional development of team members, workload assignments and priorities, and creating a positive work environment for lease admin staff dedicated to the Aviation Division. Provide oversight to the lease management system (PROPworks) lease term and provision input standardization, improvement, configuration, and report writing. Support Finance and Budget in the development of annual rates and charges, provide monthly/annual reports, and ensure a program is in place to certify tenant insurance and surety are in good standing.
DIRECTOR, AIR SERVICE DEVELOPMENT
This is a professional position primarily responsible for developing, promoting and marketing air service to Palm Beach County. Responsible for working directly with the Air Carriers/Airline network in an effort to initiate more flights from PBIA, especially to new markets. Prepares, analyses and presents airline data. Formulates and oversees efforts to influence increased air service to PBIA including domestic, charter-international/domestic and scheduled international service. Work is performed under the supervision of the Deputy Director of Airports, Business Affairs and is reviewed through conferences, reports and evaluation of results obtained. Works closely with the Deputy Director, Airports Finance and Administration to ensure airport facilities usage charges are reasonable as compared to competitive airports. Determines advertising objectives and develops marketing materials for PBIA in collaboration with the Director of Airport Marketing.
DIRECTOR OF PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT - LNK
The Lincoln Airport Authority is seeking a Director of Planning & Development to conceptualize, develop, implement and oversee all initiatives and activities regarding planning, engineering, environmental and developmental activities of the Authority. This includes development and oversight of the Airport Capital Improvement Program, management of multiple capital improvement projects, oversight of all facets of any federal or state grant process, administration of DBE programs and development of non-aeronautical land and facilities.The ideal candidate will have a Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited university in architecture, engineering, business administration, management, planning or a related field and at least 6 years of airport experience, with at least 3 in a senior role at a US Airport with moderate air carrier service, dealing directly with issues related to planning and development. A Master’s Degree is preferred in engineering, planning, public administration or business administration OR advanced certification.Posting Deadline: June 28, 2018.
DIRECTOR OF MARKETING
The Maryland Aviation Administration is currently accepting applications for the Director of Marketing (Administrator IV), within the Division of Marketing & Air Service Development (MASD) at Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI Marshall Airport). The Director of Marketing is responsible for developing marketing and advertising campaigns and initiatives for BWI Marshall and Martin State Airports; implementing local, regional, national and international campaigns using consumer and trade print, radio, television, direct mail, digital, transit and outdoor media; overall budget development, resource allocation, and planning all tactical marketing/advertising strategies for the economic development of BWI Marshall and Martin State Airports; identifying funding sources for airline marketing as well as inter-agency commitments; and creating and overseeing new airline service events and marketing. This position requires highly effective analytical, presentation and communication skills.
Seeking a Marketing Manager with a strong digital background to coordinate and execute acquisition projects with a cross functional team to drive new membership growth. The role requires creativity, collaboration and digital focus that injects innovation and ideas into every part of AOPA’s work. The ideal candidate is self-driven, collaborative, and capable of optimizing programs in alignment with marketing goals. In addition, candidate will help develop and curate content according to our membership strategy to engage with pilots and attract new members. Manage the execution of digital marketing campaigns designed to generate new leads and members Execute campaigns across multiple marketing channels including search, video, display, retargeting Leverage content marketing and social marketing concepts in assigned projects Run a steady cadence of interactive testing campaigns to improve performance Help develop targeted messaging and lead gen campaigns for our variety of audience segments Monitor and report on campaign performance and ROI
AIR SERVICE DEVELOPMENT MANAGER - COS
The City of Colorado Springs is seeking an Air Service Development Manager for the Colorado Springs Airport (COS) to direct the development and execution of air service development strategic objectives, key initiatives, and tactical plans to expand air service and increase airport usage.The ideal candidate will have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with major coursework in business administration, marketing, aviation or a related field; five years of full-time professional experience in aviation service development, including two years of supervisory experience. A master’s degree from an accredited college or university with major coursework in business administration, marketing, aviation or a related field is highly desirable.Posting Deadline: June 28, 2018.
ASSISTANT VICE PRESIDENT, STRATEGIC PLANNING - METROPOLITAN NASHVILLE AIRPORT AUTHORITY
The Metropolitan Nashville Airport Authority (MNAA) is seeking an Assistant Vice President, Strategic Planning who will be responsible for organizational strategy, planning, land use, and master planning. Other responsibilities include overseeing short- and long-term planning efforts to set organizational direction and meeting with business and civic leaders to discuss technical matters and future planning endeavors. The successful candidate will have a bachelor’s degree in engineering, planning or a related field and over ten (10) years of management experience, including project management, engineering, planning, strategy development or related experience. Preferred qualifications include a master’s degree in engineering, planning, business management, or related field, and commercial airport experience.Posting Deadline: June 29, 2018.
ASSISTANT AIRPORT OPERATIONS MANAGER - DENVER INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
The Airside Operations team at Denver International Airport (DEN) has an opening for an Assistant Airport Operations Manager (AAOM). This position will work with a team of other AAOM's and the Airport Operations Manager (AOM) to manage the day-to-day operations at Denver International Airport to ensure the safety and security of the traveling public and airport employees. In this position you will work on the airfield to monitor compliance of airport/ federal regulations. You will also assist with other activities, such as emergency management and snow removal. In this position you have the opportunity to learn all about airfield management and operations, with additional increasing responsibilities and potential growth.
AIRPORT MECHANIC - MECHANICAL & ELECTRICAL
The Airport Mechanic is responsible to maintain all aspects of the airport grounds, equipment and facilities. Through on the job training, each Airport Mechanic will be responsible to operate equipment including but not limited to; landscaping tractors, front loaders, backhoes, forklifts, bucket trucks, street sweepers and snow removal equipment. The Airport Mechanic maintains buildings and offices, vehicles, and equipment. Although the ideal applicant will have previous experience in any trade, previous experience in plumbing, carpentry or HVAC would be preferred.
The Business Analyst is responsible for the creation and maintenance of various data-sets, databases and applications, and the creation of dashboards and statistical reports that support operations and decision-making within the Airport IT department. The Business Analyst is also responsible for defining the scope of work, requirements and deliverables for projects including timelines and quality control for on-time and in-budget completion of tasks. Qualifications: • Completion of a bachelor’s degree program at an accredited college or university with major course work in Business, Business Intelligence, Information or Computer Science; AND • Minimum of 5-7 years in a business intelligence role • Supervisory experience within business intelligence or data analysis preferred • Master’s Degree in Business Administration preferred The Philadelphia International Airport is a Division under the Commerce Department of the City of Philadelphia. The Airport Information Technology Department is headed by the Airport’s Chief Information Officer (CIO).
CHIEF INFORMATION SECURITY OFFICER
This job is the top security executive at the Philadelphia International Airport and will report directly to the Airport’s Chief Information Officer. The employee will coordinate security efforts and identify security initiatives and standards; establish and manage the Division of Aviation's security policies and processes controlling the workflow and integrity of data, applications, systems and networks. This position is accountable for the management and direction setting of the Airport’s cyber security policies and controls at the Philadelphia International Airport. Qualifications: Completion of a bachelor’s degree program at an accredited college or university, which included major course work in computer science, information science, system analysis, software engineering, or a closely related field. Minimum of eight years of work experience. Experience managing a team of professionals and demonstrated project management skills. Valid Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) credential required such as CISSP-ISSAP, CISSP-ISSEP or CISSP-ISSMP
ASSISTANT AIRPORT MANAGER
The Assistant Airport Manager is responsible for providing skilled administrative management assistance in the day-to-day operational and maintenance activities of the Frederick Municipal Airport (FDK) designated by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) as a General Aviation Reliever Airport for BWI, Regan National and Dulles Airport. Under the policies set forth by the Mayor and Board of Aldermen of The City of Frederick, the Assistant Airport Manager will assist the Airport Manager in planning, organizing, and executing Airport administration, financial, operational, maintenance, and public relations tasks along with a variety of other duties as assigned. The Assistant Airport Manager should have knowledge of airport funding requirements, general aviation operations, airport design criteria, maintenance management and recordkeeping, pavement maintenance, airport signage and lighting systems, applicable FAA regulations and Code of Maryland Regulations, airport licensing requirements, security best practices, emergency and disaster preparedness, construction management, snow removal, and grounds maintenance.
DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS
Chennault International Airport Authority's Board of Commissioners is actively seeking an exceptional, dynamic candidate who will be responsible for managing, assessing, evaluating airport operations & where applicable enforces airport policies & regulations. The position will offer the successful candidate a salary & benefit package commensurate with candidate's qualifications. Minimum preferred qualifications: Ability to plan & carry out airport operations & develop cross-agency programs. Ability to establish & maintain effective working relationships. Required Qualifications: Knowledge of airport operational requirements & FAA Part 139 rules & regulations. Knowledge of National Airspace System. Knowledge of Wildlife Hazard Management Planning. Knowledge of Airport Emergency Planning. Knowledge of Safety Management Systems. Ability to effectively communicate orally & in writing. Bachelor’s degree in aviation management or equivalent or experience commensurate with this type of degree. Completion of FAA Part 139 training/certification such as the AAAE or other approved Airport Certified Employee training program. Deadline: 6/26/2018
INDOOR NAVIGATION PROGRAM MANAGER
Responsible for the creation, administration, asset management, testing and deployment of indoor navigation technology for the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: •Plan, oversee and execute indoor navigation technology deployments and related project initiatives. •Communicate indoor mapping and smartphone application objectives for Airport business and passenger processes. •Develop project rollout plans and report status to Port staff and Airport customers. •Conduct or manage software and hardware deployments, testing and troubleshooting of indoor positioning technology. •Communicate and coordinate customer needs and requirements analysis with internal and external stakeholders. •Collaborate with multiple port departments and various product development teams to deliver solutions for stakeholders. For more detailed information on this job please visit us at: https://www.portseattle.org/careers Requisition ID 1229BR
Jviation is looking for a Mid-Level Planner for airport planning projects to join our growing Planning practice. The successful candidate will be a hands-on self-starter and must have the ability to understand project details, with the ability to summarize and communicate those details to individuals inside and outside of the firm. Responsible for planning efforts, including Master Plans, Airport Layout Plans, State Airport System Plans, State Airport Economic Impact Studies, Environmental Assessments, Site Facility Plans, and other misc. planning efforts. Specific Responsibilities: Provide support to assigned planning projects Prepare planning reports and graphics Assist Project Manager with project meetings/workshops Assist marketing efforts and develop relationships Assist in preparation of scope of work, fee estimates, schedules and other tasks at project initiation Perform research, collect data and gather information or documents Prepare, review, and approve drawings and visual aids Prepare project documents
BUSINESS ANALYTICS MANAGER
The San Diego Airport Authority is proud of its team members, have a high performing culture and we challenge ourselves through innovations...we work fast, value each other and have fun along the way.
PARKING MARKETING MANAGER
Managing multi-channel marketing initiatives to grow non-aeronautical revenue for the commercial parking business at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. Strategic Planning Marketing, Advertising and Promotions Management Customer Retention Management Project and Vendor Management Metrics, Measurement & Data Analysis
AIRPORT OPERATIONS CENTER ATTENDANT
The Airport Operations Center Attendant staffs the Airport’s Operations Center 24/7/365 and works closely with the Operations Supervisors to ensure compliance with Federal, State, and Airport Authority safety and security regulations; issues or cancels Notices to Airmen (NOTAMs), as directed; disseminates airport operations information; dispatches personnel according to established procedures during emergencies involving aircraft, airport buildings or infrastructure, public safety and security, and personal injuries; monitors various airport critical systems including: security, fire, and other related building operating systems; monitors changing weather conditions; transmits and receives information over two-way radio; maintains the daily operations log; performs duties outlined in the Airport Emergency Plan; conducts security and airport compliance inspections; develops and maintains information references, maps, directories, reports, etc., in manual and computerized form to include spreadsheets and databases; and performs such other duties as may be assigned.
MANAGER PARKING OPERATIONS
Under the direction of the Assistant Director of MSP Operations/Landside, the Manager of Parking Operations is responsible for overseeing the planning, operation and maintenance of public and employee parking at MSP. Parking operations at MSP generate over $100 million in annual revenue and include over 23,000 parking stalls in its portfolio of garage and parking lot facilities. The Manager of Parking Operations is a critical leader working with project managers and contract design teams. The ideal candidate will have experience in parking management and is self-motivated to produce positive results as measured by financial performance, customer satisfaction and timely completion of projects.
AIRPORT CONCESSIONS MANAGER
BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT DIVISION The Business Development Division is responsible for creating and implementing all commercial real property contracts involving John Wayne Airport, as well as purchasing all necessary equipment and services that support the organization in running efficiently. The Business Development Division also evaluates and assesses the effectiveness of business partner relationships to ensure a high level of customer service and operations. To support these functions, the division is comprised of Asset Management, Purchasing and Insurance Units. JWA's is in compliance with all Local, State and Federal environmental regulations. THE OPPORTUNITY The Airport Concession Manager will manage the commercial program at JWA, which includes all airlines, food service, retail, rental cars, parking, ground transportation, general aviation leasing and commercial advertising. The incumbent will be responsible for but not limited to: concessions, advertising, revenue development, customer service, tenant relationships, staff development, long range planning, and request for proposal development.
ASSOCIATE AVIATION PROJECT MANAGER
PORT OF OAKLAND ASSOCIATE AVIATION PROJECT MANAGER OAKLAND, CA SALARY: $10,278 - $12,730 per month THE PORT OF OAKLAND is recruiting for the position of Associate Aviation Project Manager. The incumbent performs professional work in initiating, planning, organizing and carrying out physical planning and development programs and projects for land use, facility development, access studies, and related work in support of a broad range of aviation activities and programs.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS SECURITY COORDINATOR
We're looking for Airport Operations Security Coordinators at the Aspen Airport. Don't let the title of this job fool you. This all-encompassing position covers: Airside and Terminal Operations, Security Compliance, Emergency Management, Aircraft Rescue Fire Fighting, Snow Removal and Wildlife Mitigation. Aspen Airport is the third busiest airport in Colorado and serves 270,000 passengers per year. Our "Snow Crew" won the prestigious Balchen/Post Award for two consecutive years in a row. Not to mention we're about to embark on a very large Airport expansion project to increase services to our passengers. Aspen Airport is the closest airport to a ski resort in North America and is located in the heart of the Rocky Mountains, has a small town vibe with world class amenities including: four ski resorts, top rated restaurants, more recreational activities than you can count and an incredible music scene. Keep reading if you’re intrigued…
SUSTAINABILITY PROJECTS SPECIALIST
SFO seeks a Sustainability Projects Specialist for our Environmental Policy and Sustainability team. Join an innovative world class Airport whose goal is achieve campus-wide zero net energy and carbon neutrality by 2021. You will support Airport projects and tenants in achieving all environmental requirements and SFO-specific performance standards within newly constructed and currently operating leaseholds; perform plan checks and project site reviews during construction of all new tenant spaces prior to occupancy; serve as Project Management Support Services staff for the Airport’s Zero Energy & Resilient Outcomes Committee and tenant-focused sub-committee; review tenant commission plans and activities, conduct onsite energy, water, and materials assessments, and when needed, track campus-wide conservation measures and investments for cost savings and emissions outcomes across the Airport. Highly desired candidate has LEED AP with Specialty BD+C and/or ID+C and working knowledge of LEED, Arc, Parksmart, Envision and International Living Future Institute Rating Systems. Click below.
DIRECTOR OF ADMINISTRATION
The Greater Asheville Regional Airport Authority (GARAA) is seeking an individual who organizes, develops, and implements a variety of human resources and administration programs and policies designed to help the Authority achieve its mission and vision. The Director of Administration is responsible for the development, planning, implementation, and coordination of Human Resources, Risk Management, Employee Benefits, and other administrative policies and procedures. A Bachelor's degree in Human Resource Management, Business Management, or a related field is required. Resumes and references should be submitted to Suzie Baker, Director of Administration, Greater Asheville Regional Airport Authority, 61 Terminal Drive, Suite 1, Fletcher, NC 28732, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. A full job description and additional GARAA information can be viewed at www.flyavl.com. The salary range for this position is $76,500 to $117,000 with an exceptional benefit package. This position requires a detailed background investigation. GARAA is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
DEPUTY DIRECTOR OF MARKETING AND COMMUNICATIONS - SJC
The City of San José’s Aviation Department is seeking a Deputy Director of Marketing and Communications for the Norman Y. Mineta San José International Airport (SJC). The Deputy Director will be responsible for promoting SJC’s brand and reputation throughout the Silicon Valley, nationally, and internationally with a focus on increasing airline passenger growth and non-airline revenue generation. The position is also responsible for the oversight and planning of the Airport’s external communications and advises the Aviation Director in making strategic decisions regarding the public advancement of the Airport.The successful candidate must have any combination equivalent to successful completion of advanced course work from an accredited college or university in Marketing, Public Relations, Aviation Management, Business Administration, or other related fields and six years of progressively responsible professional level experience in marketing, including at least two (2) years at a senior executive level, preferably in an airport environment.Filing Deadline: 6/29/18
PROGRAM MANAGER - JFK
The Aviation Department of the Port Authority of NY & NJ seeks *Program Managers* for on-going JFK Redevelopment initiatives. Be part of the day to day business managing and strategic planning at JFK as we gear to oversee $10 billion work of investment that will unify the airport to accommodate passenger growth well into the future! Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree in Engineering or Architecture · 8 + years senior level Project / Program Management and controls experience in complex, transportation infrastructure and technology projects · Design, construction and procurement aviation experience · Noted Project Management experience in one or more of the following areas: Terminals, Airside, Roadways, Utilities, Cargo and Infrastructure (Fueling, Cogen). Ideally: · Airport operations and airport capital improvement programs · PE / RE in NY or NJ Aeronautical navigation, security systems, airline industry business or operating practices Apply: https://bit.ly/2sgPqd4
Charlottesville Albemarle Airport Authority is seeking an experienced diesel/gasoline mechanic for the position of Equipment Technician for the Airport. Responsibilities include repairs and preventive maintenance on all vehicles and airport equipment to include heavy-duty equipment such as dump trucks, snow plows and Aircraft firefighting vehicles and ground maintenance equipment such as mowers and tractors. This position serves as a member of aircraft rescue and firefighting (ARFF) team for CHO Airport. Successful applicant required to pass Aircraft Rescue & Firefighting certification which is provided in-house within 1 year of hire date and required to maintain certification. On-call snow/ice removal is required. Schedules may include weekdays, weekends, evening shifts and holidays.
AVIATION ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT MANAGER
Mead & Hunt is seeking a highly motivated aviation engineering department manager. This position’s responsibilities include supervising, managing, and mentoring department staff; overseeing department workload; project management for aviation engineering projects; participating in business development opportunities; and performing management tasks as required. Travel will be required.
Aviation Planning at GDA will include State System Plans, Airport Master Plans, Airport Layout Plans, Airport Terminal Area Plans, Environmental Assessments, and environmental sub-studies (like CATEXs). Required experience includes knowledge and application of all FAA guidance documents, rules, regulations, and procedures to develop full Airport Master Plans and environmental documents. The Aviation Planner will apply acquired aviation knowledge to match communities with right-sized airports. The successful applicant will have an experiential understanding of accepted data gathering and forecasting techniques, development of alternatives and opportunities, and in the development of Airport Layout Plans. A broad understanding of aviation, on and off the airport, is expected. Strong written and verbal communication skills are required. The ability to lead public outreach and interaction is essential. This position will be located in our Cody, Wyoming, Heber City, Utah, or Boise, Idaho office. To apply, please send your cover letter and resume to email@example.com.
MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR FOR JOHNSON COUNTY KANSAS AIRPORT COMMISSION
Do you feel inspired to find creative new ways to make a difference? Are you looking for a place to work that encourages you to grow, innovate, and give back? Look no further. Johnson County Kansas Airport Commission is looking for qualified applicants to fill the position of Maintenance Supervisor. This position will primarily oversee two to three of the five work center's operations in collaboration with another Maintenance Supervisor who manages the remaining work centers. They will work together as the front line field supervisors working alongside their team as well as participating in the various functions as part of Airport Management Team. Johnson County offers excellent health insurance, supplemental retirement plans, participation in Kansas Public Employees Retirement System, and more. Applications will be accepted through 4:00 pm on July 6, 2018. For more details and to apply, please visit our website.
Senior Ramp Service authority on staff with responsibility to lead and direct day to ramp operational activities. They will also ensure compliance with applicable ramp service requirements, standards and procedures of the County ramp service client airlines as specified in the Terminal Use Agreement. Manage, direct and develop Ramp Service Supervisors. Maintain expertise in Ramp Service policies and procedures of County client airlines and update and disseminate information to ramp group as required. Monitor ramp service performance and compliance. Identify and track areas and recommend corrective action to ensure compliance. Brief Airline Operations Manager on daily performance. Coordinate training requirements with training department. Maintain working relationship with customer and provide prompt response to ramp service requests. Determine equipment requirements and industry trends and technologies. Monitor/coordinate the auto upkeep of our ground support equipment. Determine staffing and schedule needs to fulfill daily requirements.
SAV - ASSISTANT POLICE CHIEF(TO BE POLICE CHIEF WITHIN 6-8 MONTHS)
Assistant Police Chief Offering an exciting and collegial working environment, the Airport is seeking an experienced Assistant Police Chief (on a fast-track to be Police Chief within 6-8 months) who can provide leadership and administration of the Airport’s Public Safety Plan & the Airport Emergency Plan. Seeking someone who thrives in policy development and can lead in personnel management. For details, see brochure. For complete details, please download the solicitation brochure: http://www.baldwinllc.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/SAV-Asst-Chief-of-Police-solicitation-brochure-05292018.pdf Minimum Requirements Candidates must have a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university, combined with at least 10 years of progressively increasing responsibility of airport law enforcement experience. A competitive compensation package is being offered, including a base salary between $70,000 - $90,000 plus additional generous benefits. To apply, submit a cover letter, resume, and 3 references in one PDF to firstname.lastname@example.org Open until filled.
ASSISTANT AIRPORT MANAGER
The Sidney-Richland Airport Authority is seeking a motivated person to assist with daily airport operations. The Assistant Manager is responsible for assisting the Manager with the administration, operational maintenance and supervision of the airport; and will be at daily direction from the Manager, and under administrative direction of the Airport Authority. Work includes maintenance of the runway, buildings, grounds, hangars, and landing system; and monitors aircraft ground traffic, refueling, security and storage of airplanes, flight communications, customer relations and services. Work involves ensuring that facilities are in operational condition at all times and in compliance with Part 139 FAA regulations and other governmental regulations; aid in developing, planning and recommending policies, procedures, and fee structures for approval by the Airport Authority. Tact and diplomacy are required when in personal or electronic contact with pilots, corporate and business executives, the general public, employees and local officials and Authority members.
OPERATIONS SPECIALIST I
The Greater Asheville Regional Airport Authority (GARAA) is seeking an individual who can maintain airport 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 ensures the safety and security of all airport users. This position will assist in dispatching, communications, airport badging, and duties performed in the Airport Communications Center and Airport Operations Center. Responsibilities will include performing airport inspections and other operations functions. Resumes and references should be submitted to Suzie Baker, Director of Administration, Greater Asheville Regional Airport Authority, 61 Terminal Drive, Suite 1, Fletcher, NC 28732, or by email at email@example.com. A full job description and additional GARAA information can be viewed at www.flyavl.com. This position requires a detailed background investigation. GARAA is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
PROPERTY SPECIALIST II - CONCESSIONS
The Reno-Tahoe Airport Authority (RTAA) is seeking an experienced and motivated concessions management professional to join the hard working, dynamic Airport Economic Development (AED) team to manage and optimize the concessions program at the Reno-Tahoe International Airport (RNO). The Property Specialist II – Concessions reports to the Senior Manager of Properties and is a key member of the AED team responsible for the development and execution of the concessions program at RNO, which includes food and beverage, retail, rental cars, ground transportation service providers, advertising, gaming, and other airport services. This position has the responsibility for developing strategic objectives and tactical plans designed to keep the concession offerings fresh and to grow revenue through initiatives designed to attract and retain business and industry to RNO, with significant ability to positively impact the passenger experience at RNO.
PROJECT MANAGER FOR AVIATION ENGINEERING AND PLANNING
Gale Associates, Inc., a well-respected national engineering/planning firm celebrating over 50 years in the engineering/planning industry and rated one of Zweig White’s “Best Firms to Work For”, seeks an established Civil Engineer/Project Manager for airport engineering projects to join our Aviation Group located in Bedford, NH.
Position Summary Writes, edits, and coordinates the delivery of high-quality, compelling, and engaging aviation safety educational material for the AOPA Air Safety Institute (ASI) in support of its mission to improve general aviation safety through industry-leading research, education, and outreach. Primary Responsibilities and Duties Writes engaging and compelling video scripts for accident case studies, real pilot stories, safety videos, documentaries, and more. Writes safety-related articles and product stories for various channels including the Air Safety Institute’s website, newsletters, marketing emails, and AOPA magazines. Writes and edits content for the Air Safety Institute’s in-person and online flight instructor renewal courses. Manages the Air Safety Institute’s outreach and product tracking calendars to determine which ASI products and other areas of safety-related interests should be covered in various publications and other outlets. Researches subject matter for added credibility and persuasiveness.
The Louisville Regional Airport Authority (LRAA) is seeking an Operations Supervisor to ensure safety and security compliance with Federal Aviation Regulation (FAR) Parts 77 and 139 and Transportation Security Regulation (TSR) Part 1542. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, supervising the Operations department part-time personnel, managing the use of airport facilities, and assist with airport projects and initiatives. Individuals in this position must be detailed oriented and have prior knowledge and experience with airport operations at a commercial service airport. Individuals must possess the Certified Member (C.M.) designation from the American Association of Airport Executives (AAAE) at time of hire. Please see full job descriptions online at: www.flylouisville.com HOW TO APPLY: Please submit both a cover letter and résumé. Send your PDF files to LRAA Human Resources at: HR@flylouisville.com
ASSISTANT VICE PRESIDENT, STRATEGIC PLANNING - METROPOLITAN KNOXVILLE AIRPORT AUTHORITY
The Metropolitan Knoxville Airport Authority (MNAA) is seeking an Assistant Vice President, Strategic Planning who will be responsible for organizational strategy, planning, land use, and master planning. Other responsibilities include overseeing short- and long-term planning efforts to set organizational direction and meeting with business and civic leaders to discuss technical matters and future planning endeavors. The successful candidate will have a bachelor’s degree in engineering, planning or a related field and over ten (10) years of management experience, including project management, engineering, planning, strategy development or related experience. Preferred qualifications include a master’s degree in engineering, planning, business management, or related field, and commercial airport experience.Posting Deadline: June 29, 2018.
The North Platte Regional Airport is seeking qualified applicants to serve as the Airport Manager. Duties include planning, organizing, staffing, directing, coordinating, reporting and budgeting of all activities for the North Platte Airport Authority. Candidates should be familiar with FAA regulations; air carrier and general aviation operations; experience developing and administering Federal and State grants; marketing and business development; strategic planning; and public relations. Applicants should have an air service development background and experience with Federal grants and FAR Part 107 and 139 operations. A Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in a related aviation field with experience in airport management and or administration preferred, but not required. Salary range $75,000-$110,000. Resumes by June 29, 2018 to Mike Jacobson, Chairman, North Platte Airport Authority, P.O. Box 829, North Platte, NE 69103. Call Mike Sharkey, 308-532-1900 (Airport Manager) or Mike Jacobson (Airport Authority Chairman), 308-534-2100 (ext. 205) with any questions.
ASSISTANT AIRFIELD MANAGER - GOVERNMENT CONTRACTOR
Criterion Corporation is currently seeking a candidate to fill the Assistant Airfield Manager position at Youngstown Air Reserve Station, OH. Position requires performance of a variety of Airfield Management services pertaining to pre-flight planning, coordination and maintaining liaison with military, federal, internal and local agencies concerning flight planning, training routes utilization, flight movement messages and search and rescue operations. Additional duties include but not limited to that of airfield inspections and checks to ensure compliance with Air Force Instructions and FAA criteria, provide flight following services, maintain and process NOTAMs. Requires three (3) years' management experience in airfield management at a civil or military airport. Candidate must have been awarded USAF AFM certification, or equivalent education. Candidate must have completed the Advanced Airfield Managers course. Secret security clearance is required.
9255 AIRPORT ECONOMIC PLANNER (AVIATION & PARKING MANAGEMENT)
The San Francisco International Airport (SFO) is hiring an Airport Economic Planner. In this role you will perform a variety of functions related to the Airport’s property management and business development programs, financial and economic business planning, development and management at (SFO), and supervise professional and support staff. Desirable Candidate: has experience in leasing commercial real estate; six (6) or more years of experience supervising contractors or staff; experience in the aviation industry managing airline properties, parking operations, airline passenger operations, airline cargo operations, airport operators or airport tenants; and excellent verbal and written communication skills. See official job posting for more details.
The Monterey Regional Airport is seeking a qualified candidate to join its Operations Department. Under general direction, the successful candidate will manage or assist in planning, coordinating, and overseeing the airside and landside operational activities of the Airport. This position requires on-call duty assignments, including regularly scheduled work on weekends, holidays, and evenings. Strong communications skills and the ability to interact with multiple agencies, functional teams, and tenants are essential to this position.
BUSINESS MANAGER - AIRPORT DINING & RETAIL
Manages Port-tenant contractual obligations, revenue-maximization and operational aspects of Airport Dining and Retail tenants and develops new non-airline sources of revenue. - Lease Management & Operations - Program Business Development The Port of Seattle is an Equal Opportunity Employer, Affirmative Action Employer and is committed to diversity in the workplace. Minorities, women, veterans and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.