MANAGER, SAFETY & LABOR COMPLIANCE
The San Diego County Regional Airport Authority (SDCRAA) is seeking an individual for a Manager of Safety & Labor Compliance role in the Airport Design & Construction Department. The position is responsible for, among other duties, overseeing the construction safety and labor compliance program teams for airport construction projects. A successful candidate will have demonstrated experience and leadership abilities, along with strong interpersonal skills. An ideal candidate will possess a four-year college degree and at least eight years developing, implementing and managing safety programs, accident prevention, loss control and/or risk management, of which at least four years were in leadership role overseeing construction safety and loss prevention programs. The hiring salary is up to $117,000 annually, depending on experience. For more information and to apply, visit www.san.org/careers.
MANAGER OF AIRPORTS
The manager reports directly to the Executive Director and is responsible for managing the operational and managerial activities of the Port’s two airports, which are located near the cities of Richland and Prosser. Responsible for overseeing all aviation activities at both airports, this manager is responsible for working closely with tenants, stakeholders, and regulatory officials to ensure the airports are operationally safe, responsive to customers, productive, and fiscally efficient. The Richland airport offers two runways, localized approach communications, re-fueling services, base operation over 150 ties down slots, and pilot services. To learn more about the Port of Benton and the Airport Manager position visit our website at: https://portofbenton.com
PROPERTY SPECIALIST II - GENERAL AVIATION
The Reno-Tahoe Airport Authority is seeking an individual with professional experience in airport or commercial property management to join our dynamic Airport Economic Development team as the Property Specialist II – General Aviation (GA). The Property Specialist II – GA reports to, and provides highly-responsible, professional-level staff assistance to, the Senior Manager of Properties. The Property Specialist II – GA is responsible for optimizing the net profitability of the GA programs through the development of tenant relations, management of facilities, and the negotiation and administration of agreements. The GA program includes commercial and non-commercial tenants, Box and T-Hangar facilities, agreements with Fixed Base Operators, and providers of maintenance, repair and overhaul services. The position requires the ability to organize and direct complex programs, develop tactical plans and achieve goals, identify and implement innovative and efficient solutions, and foster effective working relationships; excellent business communication skills; and sound judgment and discretion.
PROPERTY SPECIALIST II - CONCESSIONS
The Reno-Tahoe Airport Authority is seeking an individual with professional experience in a complex, diverse, retail/commercial property management program to join our dynamic Airport Economic Development team as the Property Specialist II – Concessions. The Property Specialist II – Concessions reports to, and provides highly-responsible, professional-level staff assistance to, the Senior Manager of Properties. The Property Specialist II – Concessions is responsible for optimizing the concessions program at Reno-Tahoe International Airport through the execution of strategic objectives and tactical plans designed to keep the concession offerings fresh, and to enhance revenue per enplaned passenger through strategies to attract and retain business. The nature of the position requires the ability to organize and direct complex projects and programs, develop tactical plans to achieve goals, identify and implement innovative and efficient solutions; the ability to foster effective working relationships; excellent business communication skills; and sound judgment and discretion in determining optimal strategies.
OPERATIONS SPECIALIST II
Under the direction of the Operations Supervisors, the Ops Specialist II is responsible for supporting the operation, safety and security functions of the Birmingham Shuttlesworth International Airport by maintaining a 24 hour operations center, responding to emergency calls, contacting appropriate emergency staff, fire, police, and/or FAA personnel, assisting in enforcement of airfield security, responding to security breeches, and controlling access to secure areas.
AIRPORT ASSISTANT SERVICES MANAGER (CONCESSIONS & LEASES)
Under the general direction of the Concessions and Terminal Properties Manager, highly responsible professional, supervisory, and administrative work in the airport commercial development area; and related work as required. Department.
The Airport Director for MidAmerica St. Louis Airport oversees the day-to-day operations of the Airport and develops and oversees the Airport’s business development, marketing, communications, finances, strategic planning, budget, capital projects, and air service development. The Director must have operations experience and expertise to make sound decisions guaranteeing the safe and efficient daily operation of the Airport. The Director must be able to effectively capitalize on the Airport’s opportunities to expand while ensuring accountability to the public. The Director must have appropriate degrees and certifications, senior management experience relevant to an airport operation, superior communication skills, and the ability to collaborate with multiple stakeholders. The Director must work hand-in-hand with the US Air Force, a joint tenant on the field at Scott Air Force Base. Salary commensurate with experience; County benefits. Resumes must be submitted by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org by 4 pm central time on December 2, 2019.