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AIR SERVICE DEVELOPMENT MANAGER
The Air Service Development Manager will be responsible for identifying and coordinating opportunities, and serving as the primary point of contact for air service development of passenger and cargo air service, general aviation, and other aviation related businesses at both the Jackson-Medgar Wiley Evers International Airport (JAN) and Hawkins Field (HKS). Also, coordinate current services, identify strategies and make recommendations for additional or alternate service plans, to include both new services and enhancements to the existing service profiles. Formulate incentive programs and marketing strategies to attract new aviation industry activity; and ensure the retention of existing services. Identification of grants and other funding programs to retain services, develop new services, and support incentives programs. Coordinate and prepare marketing materials illustrating the benefits of incentive programs, JMAA facilities, and the opportunities within the JAN and HKS service areas as part of the overall marketing strategy for JMAA. For more information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7104647.
AIRPORT MANAGER, HAWKINS FIELD
Hawkins Field, Jackson’s (Miss.) Downtown Destination, provides excellent facilities and services for private and corporate pilots, both transient and home-based. The manager will be responsible for managing day-to-day operational, administrative and support activities, identifying and coordinating development opportunities, and serving as the primary point of service to airfield tenants and users. Manage available resources provided by the various departments and personnel to ensure effective and efficient operations, set priorities and ensure safe and secure service objectives and goals are met. For more information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7104619.
Jackson (Miss.) Municipal Airport Authority. Manage the daily activities of the Procurement Department functions. Develop procedures related to the procurement of goods and services in compliance with policy, regulations and statutory requirements. Manage service provider and supplier resources including the management of existing and proposed agreements, general descriptions of goods and services offered, and other data to ensure competitive pricing, fulfillment of contractual obligations and equal opportunities for participation. Retains overall management responsibility for purchasing decisions, orders, and vendor contracts/service agreements and assists other management staff with the development, review, and status of annual budgets and forecasts. For more information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7104148.
DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
The Metropolitan Airport Authority of Rock Island County, Illinois seeks an experienced leader for its operations and maintenance departments. The Director of Operations and Maintenance provides overall leadership and vision for the Airfield, Facilities, Public Safety, and Engineering functions of the Quad City International Airport and coordinates all landside and airside projects. Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in Aviation Management, Business Administration or related field and five (5) years’ experience in airport operations with three (3) years’ experience in airport operations management; Accredited Airport Executive (AAE) credential or ability and commitment to obtain this designation within two (2) years of hire. FAA pilots rating is desirable. Pay range: $86,480 - $108,100. See www.qcairport.com/employment for details and an application. Interested individuals should submit a cover letter, resume, completed application and credentials to Human Resources, 2200 69th Avenue, P.O. Box 9009, Moline, IL 61265. Deadline for application is June 1, 2015 at 4:30 P.M.
With guidance from operations supervisor, conducts daily inspections, patrols and other functions associated with airport operations, which assures the airport’s compliance with federal, state and local regulations. Responsible for conducting inspections and reporting any condition that may affect safe operations of air carrier aircraft, i.e. pavement conditions; safety areas; marking and lighting; unpaved areas; snow, ice conditions; aircraft rescue and fire fighting capability; handling and storage of hazardous materials; traffic and wind direction indicators; ground vehicle operations; wildlife hazards; obstructions; protection of NAVAIDs; identifying, marking and reporting construction areas; public protection are areas of primary concern during daily inspections in accordance with FAR Part 139. Responsible for conducting security patrols of air operations area (AOA), gates, doors or other areas allowing access to AOA in accordance with TSAR 1542 and other applicable publications, and assist NYS Police in law enforcement activities on airport property. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7098008.
SITE OPERATIONS MANAGER
Covenant Aviation Security (CAS) has potential openings for security managers at various locations throughout the U.S. The filling of these positions is contingent upon contract award. Responsible for directing and implementing all assigned functional programs related to airport security-related functions at various airports throughout the U.S. Frequently interacts within the airport community, including, but not limited to, the airport authority, airlines, TSA, law enforcement and local government officials. Defines and oversees security operations through subordinate supervisors, who direct the security workforce. This includes evaluating the programs supervised in terms of mission accomplishment and priorities; procedural policy and compliance; and technical competence. Responds to a very complex working environment. Deals directly with all levels of security management, airport authority, law enforcement, labor relations, federal and state regulatory agencies, airline-contracted personnel, and local government officials. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7091135.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS OFFICER
John Wayne Airport, Orange County, Calif. Responsible for independently coordinating the daily airside and landside operational activities of the airport. Incumbents are expected to exercise considerable initiative and judgment in resolving problems, and in handling emergencies or other incidents in the absence of airport management. Positions in this class are assigned to cover designated rotating shifts, including evenings, weekends and holidays. Salary: $62,171-$83,699 annually. Applications will be accepted April 30, 2015, through May 13, 2015. For more information regarding this position or to apply, visit the County of Orange website at www.ocgov.com/jobs.
SAFETY AND OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH MANAGER
Broward County’s international airport is undergoing an expansion and capital improvement program that involves construction on both landside and airside operations. This is an outstanding opportunity for a candidate with aviation and construction experience to create and implement a safety program that will meet the requirements of all applicable federal, state and local laws and regulations to ensure the safety and protection of employees, the public and those working on airport property. Must be able to work independently, create, implement and facilitate the acceptance of a safety culture for the airport and finally to implement, promote and educate employees, vendors and contractors working on the airport. Serves as a liaison to other aviation and county departments, tenants and contractors. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7094594.
AVIATION PLANNING MANAGER
Barge Waggoner Sumner & Cannon. ResourceTek is seeking an aviation planning manager for a long-term assignment in Atlanta, Ga. Independent, self-starting, experienced aviation planner; customer oriented, driven to complete airport system planning functions at state level. Performs reviews, assessments, planning, analyzing, and maintains a statewide aviation system plan, which will include airport master planning, airport layout plans, air service studies, develop relationships with airport sponsors, consultants, state and federal agencies. Bachelor's degree in aviation management, transportation planning, or related field; five years of experience in transportation program management. This is a full-time position of 40 hours per week with approximately 15 percent travel, some overnight stays. Candidates will be required to pass a drug test and criminal background check. Salary range is $60,000-$80,000 and a full range of competitive benefits is offered. To apply, submit cover letter and resume to: Ron Bird, senior technical recruiter with ResourceTek, LLC, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Stewart International Airport. Areas of responsibility: airport operations department, FAA Part 139 certification and compliance, parking operations, airport security, construction coordination, emergency plan and response coordination, wildlife habitat management, operations budget, noise abatement, terminal services, customer care, ground transportation, statistics, service contracts, auto parking ops. Essential duties and responsibilities: plans, organizes, directs and coordinates, through subordinate staff, the work of employees engaged in operating the airport. Implements and ensures compliance with federal regulations pertaining to airport safety, certification and security. Approves and maintains work and vacation schedules. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7095058.
AIRPORT DEPUTY DIRECTOR FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION
This is executive-level work directing all fiscal matters, including revenue management, enhancement and expenditure control at Lambert-St. Louis International Airport. Duties will include managing all general ledger, accounts payable, accounts receivable activities and coordinating the completion of an annual audit of the financial and operational affairs of the airport authority. Additional responsibilities will include coordinating the development and management of annual operating and maintenance and capital budgets, establishing and maintaining contacts with representatives of the federal, state and local government agencies, legislative bodies, airlines, airport tenants and interested groups regarding the fiscal and business affairs of the airport, directing and managing the airport properties function, a citywide minority women’s business enterprise (M/WBE) program, including DBE participation on airport projects, and administering the city’s living wage program. Serves as the airport’s chief fiscal officer and reports to the director of airports. EOE.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS SENIOR AGENT
The aviation department that operates Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport and the North Perry Airport is seeking qualified applicants for the position of airport operations senior agent in the aviation operations division. Daily duties include twice-daily airfield inspections, responding to unified command during airport emergencies in accordance with airport emergency plan, monitoring and coordinating airfield construction projects, daily surveillance inspections or airfield fueling equipment and personnel to ensure compliance with airport fueling program and NFPA 407, ensuring all required FAA safety documentation is completed as outlined in 14 CFR Part 139, including airfield daily safety inspections, wildlife activities, airport condition reporting through the Notice to Airmen (NOTAMs) program, maintenance work orders for corrective actions regarding safety issues, and aircraft incidents reports. The airport is a 24/7 operation. employees must be able to work shifts, including nights, holidays and weekends as required. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7090242.
MANAGER OF AIRPORT CONCESSIONS
Tampa International Airport is seeking a proactive self-starting individual to be responsible for the administration of leases and contracts to ensure compliance with terms and conditions expressed therein; research relevant markets and financial trends to forecast future business activity and assist in developing recommendations; maintain strong business relationships with tenants and conduct regular site visits. Additionally, the incumbent will be asked to provide exceptional leadership and strong written and oral communication skills along with experience in the areas of contract management, development and management of RFP’s and RFQ’s, strategic planning, financial management including development of proformas, breakeven scenarios, and cost-benefit analysis, concession compliance and conflict management, and manage the day-to-day relationship between the authority and the concession tenants. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7081434.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS/MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR
Responsible for assisting the airport management team in performing all facets of maintaining and operating an FAA-certified primary non-hub commercial airport. Plans, organizes and coordinates daily operations and maintenance activities assigned during shifts. Supervises personnel in the airport maintenance, airport operations, airport custodial and parking operations. Oversees snow removal operations, including staff assignments, field condition monitoring, and airline coordination. Knowledge of airport safety and operational procedures and programs, airfield condition reporting, snow removal operations, ARFF requirements and Part 139 and 1542 are required. Generally work shift is Monday through Friday 7 a.m. to 4 p.m., however a high degree of shift flexibility is needed for nights, weekends and holidays due to airport operations, including snow removal. May perform 24.5 hour overnight shifts as needed. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7086522.
The Bloomington Normal Airport Authority, operator of the Central Illinois Regional Airport, is seeking motivated applicants for the position of operations supervisor. Reports directly to the deputy director of operations and facilities. Responsibilities include both airside and landside operations; daily inspections; coordination of and response to emergency situations; and NOTAM management. Serves as a liaison between airport management, tenants and the public; prepares appropriate security badges; implements and updates the airport certification manual. Rotating shift responsibility and irregular hours. Applicants must have a thorough knowledge of FAR Part 139; safety considerations in the operation of a commercial airport; safety precautions used in airport maintenance and construction; principles and procedures involved in the operation of a commercial airport; federal rules and regulations affecting airport operations; and modern principles and practices of supervision and management. Open until filled. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7087643.
PARKING BUSINESS UNIT PROJECT MANAGER
Under the general direction of the assistant vice president parking operations, serves as a liaison between the parking business unit (PBU), airport development and engineering, planning, risk management, the business continuity program office and various board department stakeholders to ensure an immediate and comprehensive flow of information to support the airport's strategic growth and business plan. Uses project management principles and practices to coordinate the development activities on DFW’s stakeholders, including board departments, customers, concessionaires, tenants, etc., in order to effectively communicate program updates. Serves as the prime business contact for the PBU to ensure consistently high levels of service delivery. Ensures that public safety, operations, marketing, customer service, and other responsible board departments are fully aware of parking-related programs and potential impacts or changes to business processes. Becomes familiar with the basics of DFW Airport’s environmental management system and environmental policy and implements best management and good housekeeping practices. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7087736.
DIRECTOR OF REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT
Denver International Airport (DEN) is currently seeking a seasoned director of real estate development to become a key member of the on-airport commercial development team at Denver International Airport. Plays a crucial role in creating and initiating the long-term land use and implementation plan. Reporting to the managing director of development, this is a unique opportunity to leverage expertise in land and vertical development to impact the economic growth of developable land on DIA property. Serves as a vital member of a program that is responsible for planning and initiating commercial mixed-use development on 9,000 acres of airport land, including transit oriented development (TOD) opportunities at three East Line rail stations located on DEN land along Pena Boulevard between I-70 and DIA. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7073510.
TERMINAL OPERATIONS OFFICER
The terminal operations team at Denver International Airport (DIA) has an opening for a terminal operations officer. Assists in the management of the terminal, concourses, federal inspection site, and airport roadways, including issues involving passenger flow and customer service, security, international arrivals, certain airport infrastructure and facility issues, roadways, concessions, and airline operations. Monitors compliance with airport and federal regulations to ensure the safety and security of the traveling public and airport employees. This position is critical to the overall success of the terminal operations unit. Serves as part of a high performing team that prides itself on having exceptional leadership, communication, customer service and management experience. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7073514.
SENIOR AIR CONDITIONING MECHANIC
Mineta San Jose International Airport is seeking a highly-skilled senior air conditioning mechanic to perform work in the installation, operation, adjustment, troubleshooting and maintenance of heating, ventilation, refrigerating and cooling systems, and all auxiliary equipment for building management systems, power management systems, and central plant operations. Also responsible for the supervision of four air conditioning mechanics. May be required to work evenings, weekends and holidays. The successful candidate will have experience with a wide variety of pumping, heating, refrigeration, ventilating and cooling systems and related equipment normally found in larger offices of public buildings. Possession of an air conditioning and refrigeration universal license is highly desirable. Additionally, knowledge of safety codes/regulations and refrigerant management programs are desirable. The senior air conditioning mechanic should demonstrate the ability to establish and maintain a recognized preventative maintenance program. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7070940.
South St. Paul, Minn. Fleming Field Airport is owned and managed by the city of South St. Paul. Fleming Field is the only non-MAC reliever airport in the metropolitan area, providing a first-class terminal building for pilots and passengers. Responsible for the daily management, operations, security and maintenance of Fleming Field Airport. Supervises two airport employees, plus seasonal staff. Plans and implements airport improvement projects, including pursuit of grants to offset costs; develops financial objectives to increase profitability through the implementation of revenue enhancement and operational efficiency; determines needs and develop operational and capital budgets for the airport. Salary range is $59,945-$78,875 annually. Visit www.southstpaul.org for minimum qualifications and how to apply. Closing date: noon May 18, 2015.
AIRPORT CONSTRUCTION PROJECT MANAGER
Plans, organizes, and manages multi-faceted airport capital improvement projects from conception to completion and project close out. Typical responsibilities: oversees, coordinates, and directs the activities of outside design professionals for project design development, preparation of final design documents, construction phase services, and construction and inspection operations. Conducts technical reviews and evaluations of designs, drawings, plans, specifications, and technical reports for architectural and engineering design documents; evaluate and analyze existing site conditions. Monitors and inspects construction projects; evaluates construction claims and provides determinations of validity and fair pricing. Coordinates project schedules, budgets, design, and construction activities with internal and external departments, outside regulatory agencies, airport tenants, and user groups. Develops and prepares construction cost estimates and project schedules. Prepares and administers program budget; ensures project cost compliance with established project budgets. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7065314.
SUPPORT SERVICES MANAGER
Volusia County, Florida, is a drug free workplace and an equal opportunity employer committed to a diverse workforce. The county of Volusia is seeking a support services manager (Working Title: properties and administration manager) for the aviation and economic resources division. This management position is located at Daytona Beach International Airport and is responsible for overseeing and managing administration to include budget, finance, accounting, purchasing, personnel, federal programs (for example, Passenger Facility Charges, Disadvantage Business Enterprise and Federal Emergency Management Agency) and properties to include the management of leases, accounting and reporting activities. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7070621.
ACTIVITY PROJECT MANAGER
Volusia County, Florida, is a drug-free workplace and an equal opportunity employer committed to a diverse workforce. The county of Volusia is seeking an activity projects manager (Working Title: director of projects and maintenance) for the aviation and economic resources division. This is an at-will management position located at Daytona Beach International Airport and is responsible for planning, managing and directing projects (includes capital, operation and real estate development), the state and federal grants program, contracts administration, engineering, environmental, facilities and grounds maintenance activities. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7070662.
2015-2016 AIRPORT MANAGEMENT INTERNSHIP
This program offers 1,500 paid internship hours at Colorado Springs Airport. Interns are assigned to work under the supervision of the airport aviation director’s office. They are assigned a variety of projects involving airport operations/security, administrative issues, finance and budgeting, planning and construction, property management, and maintenance. Additionally, interns are afforded training opportunities in airfield safety and inspection, emergency response, snow removal and other airport-related disciplines. Interns also are funded to attend one AAAE or industry-sponsored training seminar/symposium, the subject at the discretion of the airport aviation director. Interns are allowed two weeks unpaid vacation during their internship. Interns are not eligible for city benefits, including but not limited to: paid sick leave, paid holidays, court leave with pay, military leave with pay, group life insurance, medical insurance, dental insurance, long-term disability insurance, retirement program and employee assistance program. Send resume and cover letter no later than 11:59 p.m. May 1, 2015, to: Megan Meyer at MMeyer@springsgov.com. Interviews will be conducted via telephone and/or Skype the week of May 11.
BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT/PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATE
Growing and dynamic privately-held firm specializing in aviation-related infrastructure investment/development and related management services has a new open position in business development/portfolio management. Position will be full time and based in Northern Virginia. Skills or experience in business development/procurement, research, financial analysis, and supporting business proposal formulation/presentation are desired. Knowledge of the aviation/transportation industry preferred. Position will require a team-oriented person who will report directly to the senior executive leading new business and portfolio management initiatives. Entry level to five+/- years of relevant experience will be considered with salary and benefits commensurate with strength and experience of candidate.
DIRECTOR OF FINANCE
Greater Orlando Airport Authority. The director of finance reports to the chief financial officer and is responsible for all finance, accounting, financial reporting, and financial application activities for GOAA. The director of finance will also provide guidance and advice to other directors and staff regarding financial policies and procedures, and direct the department in implementing those policies and procedures. This position has oversight responsibility for a department of approximately 30 employees and directly supervises up to six employees. For additional information/submission requirements see recruitment brochure under "Current Searches" tab at: www.adkexecutivesearch.com. The target starting salary range is $124,000. Position closes May 17, 2015.
AIRPORT FISCAL AND OPERATIONS MANAGER
Jefferson County (N.Y.) Airport. The work involves responsibility for assisting the airport manager in overseeing the safe and efficient operation of the airport, particularly the financial accounting systems. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Graduation from a regionally accredited college or university with a bachelor’s degree in accounting, business or public administration, finance, or economics (including or supplemented by 18 semester credit hours in accounting) and two years of administrative experience maintaining agency books and preparation of budget and financial reports for a business or government agency, or graduation from a regionally accredited college or university with an associate’s degree in accounting, business or public administration, finance, or economics (including or supplemented by 18 semester credit hours in accounting) and four years of experience as defined in above. Applications accepted at Jefferson County Department of Human Resources, 175 Arsenal Street, Watertown, NY 13601, 315-785-3147. Civil service test required. EOE.
AIRPORT PROPERTIES AND CONCESSIONS COORDINATOR
Tallahassee (Fla.) Regional Airport. This is specialized professional and administrative work in the areas of aviation lease and properties coordination, tenant relations, aviation industry research, program development, contract development, compliance monitoring and records organization and retention. An employee in this job class is responsible for coordination and organizing the airport’s lease management system and maintaining its database. An employee in this job class also assists with policy development, program development, project management, reporting and making recommendations based upon research findings. Work is performed independently under the general supervision and administrative direction of the airport business services manager and requires independent initiative and sound judgment. Must possess a valid Class E state driver’s license at time of appointment. In accordance with 49 CFR Part 1542, employees must successfully complete a fingerprint-based criminal history records check and personal background check prior to employment. Closing date: May 9, 2015. To apply, please visit: www.talgov.com
ASSISTANT AVIATION DIRECTOR
City of Phoenix. This classification reports to the aviation director and manages a number of key functions of the aviation department, such as administration, operations, facilities and services, business and development, technology, financial management, capital management, airport planning and environmental programs, and public relations. Responsibilities involve working with elected officials and advisory boards, managing business in a regulatory environment, and developing strategic initiatives for improved efficiency or customer service. This recruitment may be used for any current or future vacancies over the life of the eligible list. Responsible for air service development, government relations, airport planning and environmental programs, community and public relations, city council processes, staffing the Phoenix Aviation Advisory Board and subcommittees, and directing the activities of deputy directors in administrative and technical operating areas of the department. Salary $97,947-$166,525 annually. Appointment can be made above the minimum depending upon qualifications.
AVIATION PROJECT MANAGER
GDA Engineers is currently seeking a civil engineer with experience in general aviation project management to fill the position of aviation project manager in its Cody, Wyoming, office. Primary duties include oversight of project teams and business development. This is a full-time position with excellent benefits. The successful applicant will be part of an innovative team, completing complex projects, in a fast-paced environment. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7056765.
DEPUTY DIRECTOR OF AVIATION - OPERATIONS
McCarran International Airport, Las Vegas, Nev. The deputy director of aviation - operations assists in planning, organizing and administering all developmental and operational phases of the Clark County Airport System, consisting of a major international airport facility, general aviation airports and associated parking and related facilities. Reports directly to the director of aviation and assists in all aspects of managing, planning and operating multiple airport facilities, and represents the director of aviation in his/her absence. Responsibilities include working with multiple levels of management to supervise and direct the financial, land, business, security, construction and related functions of the airport system. Principle functional areas of responsibility include airside operations, general aviation, landside operations and terminal operations. For additional information/submission requirements, see recruitment brochure under "Current Searches" tab at www.adkexecutivesearch.com. Salary range $95,555-$148,096. Position closes May 10, 2015.
DIRECTOR OF MARKETING AND COMMUNICATIONS
Jackson Municipal Airport Authority. Responsible for the development, planning, implementation and administration of media relations, public information, and customer service related issues to include marketing, public relations programs and advertising programs. Develops and executes an overall communications plan for the airport authority, which includes the creation of brochures, reports, maps, briefing papers, special events and presentation materials and handling interactions with the media. Monitors events that impact the airport authority and its image. As a key member of the organization’s strategic management team, provides a clear vision and management strategy that are consistent with the organization’s mission and goals. Serves as the principal spokesperson for the Jackson Municipal Airport Authority on a seven-day-a-week/24-hour-a-day basis, to include both Jackson-Medgar Wiley Evers International Airport and Hawkins Field Airport. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7043194.
AIRFIELD SPECIALIST/SERVICE TECHNICIAN
Arctec Alaska. Under general supervision, the services technician with an assignment of airfield specialist is responsible for the overall airfield operations of seven Alaska Radar System (ARS) airfields. Must possess a USAF Airfield Manager certification, the FAA equivalent, or AAAE advanced Airport Safety and Operations Specialist School (ASOS) basic and advanced course completion, or equivalent, and three years of recent airfield management experience. Must have a driver’s license valid for operation in the state of Alaska. Must be able to obtain and maintain a secret security clearance. For full position description, visit http://www.arctecalaska.com/Home/Employment. A resume and ARCTEC application must be completed and submitted to email@example.com.
DIRECTOR, PILOT COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
Responsible for providing the day-to-day leadership of programs designed to bring new pilots into the general aviation community and keep current pilots active and engaged. Provides strategic direction and action in areas related to the flying club initiative, flight training initiative and Rusty Pilots program. Also works closely with the "You Can Fly" Ambassadors to ensure they have the expert support from headquarters needed to provide valuable assistance to flying clubs and flight schools and to ensure that the programs and resources developed by the pilot community development department are promoted and implemented by the ambassadors. Provides daily oversight of team members in the pilot community development department. Reports to the AOPA senior vice president of communications in Frederick, Md. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7050671.
SENIOR DIRECTOR, GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS (AIRPORT ADVOCACY)
The senior director of government affairs (airport advocacy, which includes the Airport Support Network - ASN) is responsible for assisting in the development, and the execution of association strategies in the field, on the front lines of AOPA airport defense and preservation initiatives. Working with local, state and federal organizations, addresses key airport issues and policies. Also serves as the association's leader of its more than 2,000 ASN volunteers at airports across the nation. Managing all activities of the ASN, and oversees AOPA's efforts to provide the volunteers and other members with guidance and support in their efforts to promote, protect and defend their community airports. Will be the principal point of contact for members on airport issues, development and initiation of strategies that result in the successful protection of general aviation airports and communicating the advocacy efforts and policies both internally and externally. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7050596.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS AND SECURITY MANAGER
Meadows Field Airport (BFL). Responsible for the updates and coordination of the airport security program, certification manual, emergency plan, and other related documents. Supervises airport law enforcement officers and security attendants, manages self-inspection program, and responds to and manages after-hour emergencies. Recruitment may close when sufficient number of qualified applications have been received. Salary $58,424-$71,324 annually. A complete job description, salary range and employment standards may be found online at http://www.co.kern.ca.us/personnel/job-postings-perm.aspx. The county of Kern is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS INTERN
Flathead Municipal Airport Authority. Employment applications are being accepted until noon May 6, 2015 for a short-term airport operations intern. This is an educational position meant to expose the incumbent to a variety of airport job duties, with a primary emphasis on airport operations experience. The goal of this position is to help position the incumbent favorably for an entry-level airport operations position at another airport. Starting date is on or after June 1, 2015. Position is 40 hours per week, not to exceed 12 weeks. Interested parties should submit a letter of interest and resume to Robert Ratkowski, deputy airport director, via fax at 406-257-5960, or email at firstname.lastname@example.org. GPIA is a drug free workplace. Pre-employment drug testing is a condition of employment.
DIRECTOR OF GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS
AOPA. Responsible for airspace and air traffic will focus on policy research, strategy development, member advocacy and representation. Responsible for research, tracking issues, policy development, and advocacy on technical and operational issues related to airspace and procedures, air traffic services, aviation weather services, aeronautical charting, avionics standards and certification, and all navigation, communications, surveillance, and air traffic control automation systems. Represent AOPA before membership, industry and government agencies. This position is located in Washington, D.C., and reports directly to the vice president of government affairs. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7042626.
ASSISTANT AIRPORT OPERATIONS MANAGER
Florida Keys Marathon Airport. Responsible for assisting the assistant director of airports with the daily management of all aspects of the airport, including administrative, operations and maintenance duties. Under the direction of the assistant director of airports, oversees all of the administrative duties of the airport. This includes purchasing/payment processing, budget management, and other general duties. Assists with the management of the airport’s FAR Part 139 Airport Certification program, including all aspects of required airfield training, airport safety inspections, emergency management programs and record keeping responsibilities. Additionally, this position will conduct airport maintenance duties as assigned. Person occupying this position must have strong multi-tasking abilities and the ability to interact with airport tenants and the general public. For further information, contact John Lewinski with Monroe County Human Resources at 305-292-4557. Position is open until filled. Veterans Preference Available. EOE. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7042787.
DEPUTY DIRECTOR OF BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT
City of San Jose - Mineta San Jose International Airport. A key priority for SJC is the development of revenue generation prospects and programs. A key component to creating these opportunities is the deputy director of business development. The ideal candidate will have innate and well-developed entrepreneurial instincts, creating and implementing short- and long-term strategies to maximize aviation and non-aviation revenues and increase customer satisfaction. Responsible for the implementation of SJC strategic goals and initiatives for his/her areas of responsibility. Leads and manages efforts, including but not limited to, air service development, non-airline revenue generation, marketing and customer service, media relations/public affairs. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7033423.
DEPUTY DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS
City of San Jose - Mineta San Jose International Airport. Responsible for directing the airside operations, landside operations, and aviation security sections of the operations division. Oversees and directs programs, projects, contracts and staff for airside operations, landside operations and airport security. Ensures that all programs, plans, policies, guidelines and procedures comply with the airport, and other local, state and federal laws and regulations; provides expert professional management and support to the airport as a member of the airport’s executive management team. Plans, organizes and directs the operations for airport passenger terminals and buildings, the airfield, aircraft, roadways and other airport facilities. Oversees and participates in identifying and assessing actual and potential impacts to aviation operations and public safety, and is responsible for identifying and implementing innovative solutions to manage those impacts. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7033781.
City of San Jose - Mineta San Jose International Airport. In the airport finance and administration division, provides support to the airport department in managing the Airport Living Wage Ordinance (ALWO), Airport Concessions Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (ACDBE) and contracts programs. The programs require significant coordination with airport businesses, ongoing outreach efforts, and supervision of staff. Reports directly to the administrative officer in the finance and administration division and may supervise one or more positions. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7033800.
DIRECTOR OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT
Reports directly to the deputy executive director for operations maintenance and emergency management. Responsible for serving as the principal emergency services liaison to other city departments, other governmental agencies, local nonprofit organizations, and private businesses. Responsible for managing employees engaged in the implementation of emergency preparedness training programs and response activities and for overseeing the implementation of simulated or live-action exercises, drills, and other training activities that support a multi-agency approach to planning, training, and providing emergency services. Oversees the daily operations of the airport response coordination center - its emergency readiness and the activation of the departmental operation center during emergencies or incidents. Send resumes and three current references to Roberta Beyard, Senior Personnel Analyst, II 7301 World Way West, 5th Floor, Los Angeles, CA 90045.
Under the general direction of the deputy director of maintenance and fleet services, the fleet administrator is responsible for the management of the fleet services unit. Responsible for oversight of the process to procure, maintain and dispose of the airport authority’s rolling stock assets and equipment. Also responsible for establishing and administering departmental goals, strategic plans, metrics and key performance indicators. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7029847.
SUSTAINABILITY PROGRAM ADMINISTRATOR
Responsible for creating, implementing, measuring and reporting on the sustainability management plan for the WCAA at Detroit Metro and Willow Run airports. Performs environmental compliance related functions as assigned. Duties may include: obtaining and analyzing energy-use data; developing and implementing recycling and other sustainability programs airport-wide; formulating and tracking sustainability objectives; presenting, chairing and organizing sustainability-related events for WCAA or non-WCAA events that involve interaction with WCAA staff and the public. Sustainability programs include: energy conservation; recycling (solid waste diversion); Green Building Certification (LEED); air emission permitting; carbon footprint analysis; management of contaminated site and construction waste; and overseeing the WCAA Hazmat Environmental Management System. Duties may also include representing the airport authority at industry-related conferences and local community events and developing and hosting educational events and workshops focused on sustainability practices. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7029850.
DEPUTY AIRPORT DIRECTOR - OPERATIONS/MAINTENANCE
Reporting to the airport director, leads a team of over 200 operations, safety, security, law enforcement, maintenance and environmental staff, and manages multiple and competing priorities of these functional areas. Additional responsibilities will include: developing and maintaining productive working relationships with airlines, tenants and government agencies; representing and acting on behalf of the airport director in his absence, with the news media, speaking engagements, emergencies, public relations and other events; and ensuring compliance with federal, state and local regulations, including operations, security, maintenance, environmental and safety functions for a medium hub commercial and general aviation airport. Milwaukee County provides a competitive benefit package including group life, health and dental insurance, including major medical coverage of employees and dependents; deferred compensation, pension plan, pre-tax childcare and dependent care program. This is an unclassified position and is exempt from civil service. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/7033263.
Milwaukee County, Wis. Department: Administration Services. Pay range: $84,095.23–$101,761.28. Summary: Responsible for the daily decisions on design, construction of capital improvement for the GMIA and LJT airport; direct all engineering work to develop, maintain airports to operate safe and efficient manner; provide input into decisions regarding development and formulation of project funding and grant programs; provide input into long range planning and facilities mgmt. Minimum Experience and Education: A bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in engineering or civil engineering and five years of professional level engineering work experience. Five years of supervisory/management experience is also required. License/Certification: A valid state of Wisconsin driver’s license. Registration as a professional engineer must be obtained within six months of employment and maintained during incumbency. Position open to qualified internal and external candidates. Online application may be filed at www.jobs.milwaukeecounty.org by 11:59 p.m. April 14, 2015. County may extend
Grand Junction Regional Airport Authority. The Airport Manager is accountable to and executes the policies established by the Airport Authority Board; including all strategic, financial, marketing and operational goals and strategies. All authority of this position is delegated by the Airport Authority Board of Commissioners. Apply online at www.gjairport.com, mail, or email your resume, cover letter, and completed application to: Grand Junction Regional Airport Authority Attn: Amy Jordan 800 Eagle Drive Grand Junction, CO 81506.
City of Klamath Falls, Ore. Provides leadership and management for its Cat II primary non hub airport, home to the Oregon Air National Guard 173rd Fighter Wing. Reporting to the city manager, provides leadership and management for the airport, including strategic planning, economic/business development, fiscal management, regulatory compliance and community outreach. The airport seeks to diversify its revenue base and position itself as an economic driver for community growth. Seeking opportunities to utilize its available resources in a manner that benefits airport tenants, the city and the greater community. This challenge requires someone with vision, leadership, and the ability to work collaboratively. Involved with re-defining the Airport’s role in the community and shaping its future. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6951548.