AIRPORT ADMINISTRATION MANAGER
The City of Idaho Falls is accepting applications for an Airport Administration Manager to assist the Airport Director in the administrative management of the Airport in order to maintain a safe, secure and efficient facility that complies with Federal, State and local regulations and special assignments and projects as directed. This position develops departmental administrative goals with Airport Director; recommends policies and procedures to Director; implements approved policies and procedures. Assists the Director in planning and managing administrative and fiscal activities for the Airport and ensures that administrative offices and processes run smoothly including: Reconciles monthly accounting records and reviews all receiving reports; assist in administering capital projects and departmental budget; tracks Airport Improvement Program (AIP) grants, Passenger Facility Charges (PFC) and other capital projects utilizing appropriate processes and software. For full job description and to apply, please visit our website at www.idahofallsidaho.gov
ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR AIRPORT SECURITY
The Associate Director Airport Security is a direct report to the Airport Manager to manage, monitor and enforce the Airport Security Plan (ASP) - Serve as primary contact for airport security-related activities - manage airport security-related matters, in compliance with regulations, including but not limited to: monitoring, evaluating quality, responsiveness, efficiency and effectiveness of assigned programs, planning, overseeing daily operation, initiating corrective actions, recommending and implementing enhancements/required changes, preparing for an performing audits.
AIRPORT ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNER
Mead & Hunt, a nationally recognized professional services consulting firm, has a full-time position available for an airport environmental planner. Responsibilities include assisting with the preparation of NEPA compliance documents; working on environmental and planning projects with teams across the country; conducting research; preparing documents including technical writing, editing, and exhibits; coordinating with stakeholders; interacting with state and federal permitting agencies. A valid driver’s license and some travel will be required.
CAPITAL PROJECT MANAGER II
PURPOSE: Lead and manage capital improvement projects integral to the Baggage Systems Optimization Project at Sea-Tac International Airport. Ensure the completion of scope within the schedule and budget approved by the Port Commission. Plan, develop, coordinate and direct projects through all phases and closeout.
Easterwood Airport Management is seeking a dedicated professional to serve as Operations Coordinator I. Under the general direction of the Operations Manager, the Airport Operations Coordinator I provides coordination, communications, and administrative and operational support to Easterwood Airport (CLL), College Station, TX, in a wide variety of situations ranging from routine to terminal and airfield emergencies. The Airport Operations Coordinator coordinates the activities of the Operations and Maintenance Departments including the handling, and dispatching of incoming calls and maintaining an operations log. Minimum Requirements: Education, Training and Experience: ?BA/BS in Aviation/Airport Management or related field required and 2 years of relevant experience, or comparable education and experience. ?1 year’s experience at Part 139 airport. ?Basic ASOS AAAE certification Licenses; Certificates; Special Requirements: A Class C driver's license. Applicants should apply at http://eam.applicantpro.com. Easterwood Airport Management is an EEO Employer.