SENIOR HIGHWAY MAINTENANCE WORKER
Under general supervision, the Senior Highway Maintenance Worker performs skilled repair and maintenance work related to highway projects on roadways, roadside appurtenances, storm drainage systems, and landscapes; or airfield repair and maintenance projects on runways, taxiways, aprons, roadways, parking lots, storm drainage systems, fences, gates, and adjacent airport properties; operates vehicles requiring a Class A license and various kinds of motorized repair and maintenance equipment; and may act as lead worker of an assigned crew.
HIGHWAY MAINTENANCE EQUIPMENT OPERATOR
Under general supervision, the Highway Maintenance Equipment Operator leads and monitors the work of highway and/or airfield maintenance crews while performing the same and/or more difficult duties in the repair and maintenance work related to highway projects on roadways, roadside appurtenances, storm drainage systems, and landscapes; or airfield repair and maintenance projects on runways, taxiways, aprons, roadways, parking lots, storm drainage systems, fences, gates and adjacent airport properties; operates heavy and complex road construction equipment requiring a Class A license to perform a variety of highway or airfield repair and maintenance activities; ensures completion of tasks in accordance with established policies and procedures; communicates policies, procedures and job expectations; and provides training to staff.
CWA OPERATIONS & MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR
This supervisory employee develops, recommends, implements, monitors, and improves the weekend and sustained operation of the Central Wisconsin Airport (CWA), Mosinee, WI. A strong 24/7 operations program is essential to the safe and efficient operation of a commercial service airport. The Operations & Maintenance Supervisor is the highest level airport official regularly scheduled on weekends. This person must have the ability and experience to make the right decisions in the best interest of the airport. REGULAR HOURS OF WORK: Thursday through Sunday, 6 a.m. to 4 p.m. CWA is a regional, non-hub, Part 139 certificated airport located in Mosinee, WI, between the cities of Wausau and Stevens Point. The airport is owned by Marathon and Portage Counties and is governed by the Central Wisconsin Joint Airport Board. It is served by three airlines, Delta, American, and United, with daily departures to Chicago, Minneapolis, and Detroit.
Conducts and participates in Airport Development and Planning meetings; drives or travels as required. Conducts Program Development Meetings with sponsors to identify requirements, exchange information and keep informed on the status of projects. Evaluates consultant performance for contractual compliance. Oversees planning studies to include feasibility studies, master plans and environmental assessments or constraints identification. Oversees selected improvement planning projects. •Performs hazard zoning studies and prepares related reporting packages. Reviews and evaluates plans and related documents to ensure compliance with applicable state or federal requirements and conformance to acceptable professional standards. Reviews and prepares correspondence, reports, studies, gives briefings and makes presentations regarding program activities. •Reviews, evaluates and responds to requests from sponsors for state and federal improvement funds. •Visits assigned areas to participate in planning program development and implementation. •Works with consultants, vendors and other entities. •Analyzes requirements for aviation instrument approaches and improvements to navigational aids
FACILITY PLANNING MANAGER
Landrum & Brown, an internationally recognized leader in aviation and airport consulting, is currently seeking a Facility Planning Manager to join the expanding planning team in our Jacksonville, FL office. Responsibilities include: Effectively supervises other staff; trains and evaluates employees; and plans and directs their work Provides technical services related to aviation planning such as Master Plans, terminal area studies, airfield evaluations and similar projects Prepares documents of findings Prepares and delivers presentations of findings to clients and in public forums Provides Project Management duties such as work scope, schedule and budget development and adherence Participates and leads business development, including preparation of selection proposals and interviews Coordinate with clients, sub-consultants, and key stakeholders to achieve projects goals and objectives Provide on-site client support and assist in planning/design charrettes Occasional air travel to our airport clients and between our U.S. and -global office network - is possible
AIRPORT ARFF/OPERATIONS SPECIALIST I
The Grand Forks Regional Airport Authority is seeking qualified candidates for the position of ARFF/Operations Specialist. This position performs Aircraft Rescue Firefighting (ARFF) and Emergency Medical Service duties, FAR Part 139 duties associated with airport operations including TSA security responsibilities, attends mandatory fire and medical training, and assists with skilled tasks related to airfield, facilities and ground maintenance. The successful candidate must work non-traditional 24 hour shifts, including nights/weekends, is required. Starting minimum salary: $36,604 DOQ. Submit cover letter, resume and salary request to Operations & Maintenance Manager, 2301 Airport Drive, #107, Grand Forks, ND 58203; email@example.com. Applications accepted until position filled.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS SUPERVISOR
Responsible for airside and landside operations of the airport. Opens and closes airport to aircraft operations based upon conditions and safety issues. Coordinates the review and approval of construction projects and specifications as they apply to airside and landside operations. Inspects terminal, facilities and grounds; responds to emergencies and incidents and represents management; coordinates and monitors airport construction activities; NOTAM issuance; completes special projects and/or assignments; provides high level customer service in responding to questions and inquiries from the public, airport stakeholders, and/or governmental regulator agencies including the FAA and TSA; manages tenant relationships; contract compliance, assists with the badging and training process; acts as media spokesperson on operational issues. May supervise subordinate employees.