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Under the administrative direction of the Deputy Executive Director of Administration and Finance (CFO), has overall responsibility for the Authority’s centralized purchasing system and ensures the acquisition of all materials, supplies and services required for the safe and continuous operation of the airports. Leads complex purchases which may require formally advertised solicitations, market research, specification development, locating suppliers, solicitation, negotiation, price analysis, value analysis, award determination or recommendation. Responsible for the Authority warehouse and inventory functions. Supervises departmental exempt and non-exempt staff.
Web: http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/10322746

Dibble Engineering is looking for a civil engineering Project Engineer to work in our Airport Development Practice in either our PHOENIX, AZ or DENVER, CO location. As a Project Engineer, you will be responsible for engineering and leading design tasks for a variety of airside and landside airport improvements projects. Candidate will prepare construction plans, technical specifications, technical studies and reports, prepare quantity take-offs and/or calculations, direct CAD designers and less experienced staff in the preparation and production of construction plans, provide quality reviews of own work and work by designers in accordance with Company’s quality control program and processes, assist in construction administration and inspection of projects, including the preparation of inspection reports, material quantity verification, and reviewing and responding to contractor material submittals, RFI’s, and change order requests. Visit our Career Site to review the full description, minimum requirements, company information, benefits, and TO APPLY. https://dibblecorp.applicantpro.com/jobs/
Web: http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/10322612

Airport Operations Specialist begins as a Trainee while completing required tasks. They have general oversight of the Airport under the direct supervision of the Deputy Commissioner of Aviation. An individual assigned to this position has rotating shift responsibility and learns to monitor and control airport use and to respond to real or potential emergency situations. Work follows closely prescribed Federal, State and local laws and regulations, though considerable initiative may be required in unusual situations. Assistance for difficult or unusual situations will be provided by higher-level airport operations employees. The work is reviewed through training exercises, conferences and analysis of reports. Does related work as required. Knowledge of FAR Part 139 Airports, ARFF Index B Airports, and snow removal procedures suggested. A challenging and rewarding position. Applications will be accepted until 10/26/17 additional information can be found at http://gobroomecounty.com/personnel/vacancy
Web: http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/10322536

Cedar City, UT Regional Airport is seeking an Airport Operations position. This position is under general supervision, performs a variety of technical, general operations maintenance and surveillance duties in maintaining the Cedar City Regional Airport and other related responsibilities. This is a full-time position. For additional information visit our website at www.cedarcity.org.
Web: http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/10322397

The Aviation Department of the Port Authority of NY/NJ seeks an Aviation Operations Officer with extensive FAA Part 139 experience to lead the delivery of all essential aeronautical, technical, regulatory & operations support, and airport certification & safety services initiatives for our airport systems. You Will: •Serve as the chief safety officer for the Aviation Department •Lead communication and collaboration with facility, Federal Aviation Administration and airline staff to gain buy-in on the department’s operations, regulatory and safety priorities To Qualify: •Bachelor’s degree •10+ years of relevant regulatory/operational experience •Knowledge of Airport Rules and Regulations •Knowledge of continually changing Federal and State regulations related to airline operations, airfield operations, FAA and air traffic procedures, coupled with an understanding of National Airspace System •Industry background in one+: oPilot's license oAir Traffic Control license oPart 139 certification oAAAE Certification Apply: http://bit.ly/2x2AjVE
Web: http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/10321992

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