VICE PRESIDENT, CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER - MNAA
Reporting to the President and Chief Executive Officer, the Vice President, Chief Financial Officer is responsible for planning, organizing, and directing the multi-faceted financial and fiscal management functions of the Metropolitan Nashville Airport Authority (MNAA) including financial planning and analysis, budgeting and accounting, financial investment, debt management, grant financial administration, and oversight of rates and charges. Other responsibilities include chairing the pension committee, and overseeing the implementation of improved systems, methods, and procedures related to MNAA's financial matters. The MNAA owns and operates Nashville International Airport (BNA) and John C. Tune Airport (JWN).Candidates must have a Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting, Finance or a related field and thorough working knowledge of regulations, laws, and requirements that correlate to administering the financial functions of a commercial service airport. Masters in Business Administration, Certified Public Accountant (CPA), Certified Financial Manager (CGFM) and aviation industry certification are desirable qualifications. Posting Deadline: October 6, 2017.
ASSISTANT AIRPORT MANAGER/PUBLIC WORKS SUPERVISOR
The City of Livermore is seeking an exceptional Assistant Airport Manager/Public Works Supervisor (Up to $119,412/yr) to manage airport operations/maintenance activities and coordinate noise abatement/complaint resolution. Minimum Requirements: HS graduation + some college and 4 years of progressively responsible, journey level public works/airport operations experience, at least two years of lead or supervisory experience, and a California drivers' license and satisfactory driving record. Public sector airport operations and contract management experience, ACE or CM certification, and a pilot's license are highly desirable. Apply online at www.cityoflivermore.net/jobs by 5:00 PM, Friday, 9/29/17. A completed application and supplemental questionnaire are required by the deadline. All materials will be carefully reviewed to determine the best qualified candidates who will be invited to participate in a Qualifications Appraisal Board (QAB) examination, which may consist of a panel interview and a written exercise. The QAB is tentatively planned for the week of October 16th, 2017.
ALASKA AIRPORT PLANNING AND DESIGN MANAGER
DOWL’s Alaska Aviation team is seeking an Aviation Manager to manage both our aviation design and planning practice. We are looking for an energetic leader that can provide exceptional client service, while working closely with senior management to grow our aviation group and mentor staff. This is an exciting leadership opportunity to continue more than 50 years of aviation design experience in Alaska. Our current clients include Juneau International Airport and the State of Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities, who owns the majority of the airports within the state. Our Alaska projects range from small rural gravel airports to medium-hub primary commercial service airports and private clients. In addition to our Alaska aviation team, you will be supported by our aviation team of planners and engineers inside and outside of Alaska and will have opportunities to support our projects company wide.
Under general supervision, provides computer aided design and drafting (CADD) and Building Information Modeling (BIM) services; obtains and enters complex architectural and engineering data into computer aided drafting system; maintains as-built facility drawings and specifications. Essential Job Responsibilities: Responsible for the configuration, maintenance, and management of drawings within the CADD and/or BIM systems. Having a combination of technical proficiency in MicroStation, AECOsim BIM, Adobe CC, and MS Office; prepares engineering/architectural drawing plan set, including layout plans, exhibits, and associated services for projects related to the alteration, improvement or expansion of airport facilities utilizing CADD/BIM; performs field inspections and surveys, assists in site development studies; assists in terminal development studies and developing architectural design standards; obtains data from within the Authority from other engineers and consultants concerning modifications to airfield, building facilities, underground facilities, etc. and incorporates this data into the CADD/BIM system.
This is a professional position responsible for all administration of airline and airline support company leases, space rental agreements and use permits executed by the IAA. This position communicates with airline and airline related tenants, contractors and users at the airport, and general aviation airports.The Contracts Coordinator is responsible for creation of documents and/or amendments in consultation with the Tenant Relations & Contracts Specialist and other team members of the Commercial Enterprise Department.Creates and manages contracts, including the airline space/rental obligations and tenant spacebook reconciliation, while consistently managing the follow up of a myriad of customer (internal/external) requests, as well as review and creation of lease synopsis information for inclusion into PropWorks data base. Creates, maintains and manages all property and retail agreements in the database (Propworks), as well as provides direction and works with Commercial Enterprise department assistants and other staff as required to achieve success within the organization.