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AVIATION SECURITY SPECIALIST
The Air Line Pilots Association, International (ALPA), the largest airline pilot union in the world and the largest non-governmental aviation safety organization in the world, seeks an aviation security specialist for its Herndon, Virginia, office. Provides project coordination and subject matter expertise in support of the activities, programs, and security initiatives of the association. Coordinates with and acts as liaison between ALPA and appropriate government agencies, law enforcement entities, and the aviation industry. Oversees and assists in the development of training programs to train ALPA representatives performing security work on behalf of the association. Creates and expands network of government and industry contacts. Develops communications to membership, government, and industry groups on a wide variety of security-related and other issues, as needed, in coordination with relevant association leadership, Master Executive Council (MEC) representatives, and national officers. Apply online at https://jobs-alpa.icims.com/jobs/1157/aviation-security-specialist/job.
Assists the operations manager in coordinating the airport operations on a 24-hour basis and represents authority’s management during non-business hours. Responsibilities include complying with TSA security directives, responding to emergencies, inspecting and monitoring all airfield activities involving construction, maintenance, and operation of the airport facilities in accordance with federal regulations. Coordinating airfield maintenance needs with maintenance division, regarding terminal, airfield operations and airport security. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6662423.
Middle Georgia Regional Airport operations coordinators will be responsible conducting daily airfield inspections, identifying and reporting airfield deficiencies, maintaining the Wildlife Hazard Management Program, and responds to all emergency alerts. Ensuring airfield security is maintained and provide escort to pedestrians and vehicles in secured areas. Issuing, recording, and monitoring all NOTAMS, via FAA Digital NOTAM Manager. Acts as liaison with all responding agencies during emergency situations. Monitoring and coordinating all construction projects. Maintaining work environment and equipment in clean neat and orderly manner. Monitoring daily weather and provides tenants with severe weather notifications. Representing airport management on a 24 hour basis. May be asked to assist maintenance personnel with projects and operate heavy equipment. May be asked to assist management with marketing, business development, air service development, IT/social media, and/or other areas of airport management. Performs other tasks as assigned. Normal working hours will vary by shift. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6659792.
San Bernardino International Airport Authority. Ideal candidate would possess at least two years of experience at a FAR Part 139 airport, knowledge of TSR Part 1542, a four-year degree in aviation management or equivalent, good writing skills required, good radio communication skills, and computer literacy in Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Must have a valid driver license, and successfully pass a criminal background and drug screening check. At a minimum, involves daily Part 139 inspections, issuance of NOTAMs, coordination of multiple projects and assigned duties, and interfacing with tenants, vendors, contractors, etc. Work environment involves shift work, hot weather conditions, and requires the ability to lift heavy objects. Must be eager to assist in the development of an upcoming Southern California airport. For job description and application, visit www.sbdairport.com. Submit resume, application and cover letter with references no later than 5 p.m. Dec., 12, 2014, to firstname.lastname@example.org.
AIRPORT COMPLIANCE COORDINATOR (OPERATIONS AGENT)
Baton Rouge, La. Under the direction of the operations manager, performs professional work to ensure compliance with all FAA, state and local rules and regulations. Conducts daily airfield and terminal inspections identifying and reporting all deficiencies and/or irregularities found on the AOA, associated lighting and NAVAID systems and in the terminal. Oversees daily construction activities as scheduled, ensures safety of operations areas around construction sites. Acts as liaison with all responding agencies during airport emergencies. Conducts AOA driver training classes for airport tenants and users. Prepares a variety of reports for airport management. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6651952.
SENIOR CIVIL ENGINEER - AVIATION
CHA Aviation Technical Group currently is seeking a senior engineer for aviation design and construction projects at its Indianapolis, Ind. location. The senior aviation engineer will be part of a team of designers that work on nationwide aviation projects. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6652121.
AIRPORTS ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGER
The City of Fresno (Calif.) Airports Department is currently recruiting for a dynamic, highly skilled individual to manage airport finance and business development functions. Acts as the airports chief financial and business development officer. Under general direction and supervision of the director of aviation, manages the airports finance, personnel and properties Units. This unclassified position is a key member of the management team in the airports department and serves at the will of the department director. Interested and qualified applicants must submit an official City of Fresno application online by Dec. 18, 2014. Applications may be submitted at www.fresno.gov/jobs. For information on how to complete an online application, view "Instruction Guide" on the city's website, Personnel Services Career Opportunities page, or call (559) 621-6950 for assistance. For additional information on the position, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6652253.
DIRECTOR OF FACILITIES MANAGEMENT
Department: Aviation. Number of positions: 1. Participates in planning meetings with city departments and contractors in order to prioritize approved repair and maintenance projects and to ensure work is performed and completed within established timelines. Coordinates schedules and oversees the work of skilled trade crews and private vendors engaged in the repair and maintenance activities at designated facilities. Monitors the work of personnel responsible for the restoration, relocation and installation of departmental facilities, offices and special exhibits Graduation from an accredited college or university with a bachelor’s degree in business administration, public administration, construction management, building systems, electrical engineering or a directly related field, plus eight years of work experience in the administration of maintenance and repair services for physical facilities, of which four years were in a supervisory role related to the responsibilities of the position. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6652266.
ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR FOR AIRPORT MANAGEMENT
K-State Salina seeks an instructor/assistant professor/associate professor (DOQ) for unmanned aircraft systems. For details and how to apply, visit http://www.salina.k-state.edu/hr/index.html. EOE of individuals with disabilities & protected veterans Background check required. For additional informaiton, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6652268.
AIRSIDE OPERATIONS MANAGER (MANAGER I)
City of Dallas, Department of Aviation. Work involves establishing short-term goals and objectives; developing guidelines, procedures, rules and regulations; developing schedules, priorities, and standards for achieving established goals; coordinating and evaluating program activities; and developing and evaluating budget requests. Plans, assigns, and/or supervises the work of others. Works under minimal supervision with moderate latitude for the use of initiative and independent judgment. Manages activities of staff in an operating unit or functional program area(s), establishing deadlines, priorities, and work sequences. Plan work assignments based on general work schedules, methods, and polices set by higher-level management. Develops guidelines, procedures and rules and monitors compliance with policies and procedures. Develops and implements techniques for evaluating program activities. Identifies needed improvements and makes recommendations to optimize operations. Implements corrective actions within their authority to resolve work problems. Develops and/or approves schedules, priorities, and standards for achieving goals; and directs evaluation activities. Performs related work as assigned. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6652353.
SOUTHEAST AVIATION LEADER
ADK Executive Search's client, a national engineering and design firm, is seeking a dynamic and entrepreneurial individual to fill a newly created position of Southeast aviation leader. Florida and the Southeast is a natural aviation growth target for this long-established firm and provides a golden opportunity for the right candidate to develop his/her portfolio of clients. The successful candidate will be given the opportunity to develop and grow the territory while utilizing vast company resources to support the work that is already in the area. Position requires a bachelor's degree in civil engineering, airport planning, aviation business development, project management or closely related field with a minimum of 10 years of relatable and applicable airport experience. P.E. license is a plus. Airport project and client management experience in Florida is also a plus. For additional information/submission requirements, see "Current Searches" tab at www.adkexecutivesearch.com. Salary commensurate with experience. Position is open until filled.
AIRPORT BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT MANAGER
The City of Santa Barbara, California, is seeking a dynamic individual to manage the activities of the airport administrative division. This division is responsible for property management and land development at the airport, air service development efforts, and the strategic fiscal and business management of the department. Leads air service development efforts in conjunction with the airport drector; lead and direct marketing plans and strategies for promoting air service, and industrial development; develops and implements short and long-term strategies to maximize non-aviation revenues; lead strategic planning and implementation of business initiatives for commercial land development, concessions, parking operations; and redevelopment of existing facilities; direct the negotiation of agreements with airlines, concessionaires and commercial industrial tenants; direct and manage development and delivery of the department budget, performance objectives, and capital program. Supervise the areas of administration, property management, marketing, and capital programs. Visit www.SantaBarbaraCa.gov. Applications due Dec. 22, 2014.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS COORDINATOR
DM Airport Ltd. Conducts airfield inspections, identifying and reporting all deficiencies and/or irregularities found on the AOA, associated lighting and NAVAID systems. Responsible for identifying, preventing and/or removing all hazards to aviation including FOD, wildlife, AOA incursions, unauthorized vehicle and pedestrian entry, and disabled aircraft. Issues and records all NOTAMS. Investigates and logs all aircraft noise complaints. Oversee daily construction activities as scheduled, ensure safety of operations areas around construction site. Acts as liaison with all responding agencies during airport emergencies. Assists U. S. Customs and Border Protection during international arrivals, including disposition of regulated international garbage. Conducts daily and periodic safety and quality control inspections of aviation fuel storage facility. Monitors fueling operations to ensure safe and secure fuel distribution. Operates the landing fee system including processing payments and generating invoices and statements. Conducts security classes for airport tenants and users. Member of the snow removal team. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6646577.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS SPECIALIST
Corpus Christi, Texas. Rotating shift from 5 a.m. ending at midnight or later depending on last scheduled flights arrival. Some overtime required to meet deadlines or airport emergencies. Shifts include weekends and holidays. Inspects airfield to ensure compliance with FAA Parts 139 and 77 and TSAR Part 1542. Inspects landside and terminal facilities for safety and security. Performs wildlife control and SMS functions. Responds to airport emergencies; responsible for making decisions; coordinating emergency activities as directed by management. Monitors airport compliance with various federal, state and local laws. Inspects airfield for wildlife hazards and mitigates hazard. Files FAA and airport paperwork. Inspects and monitors terminal, landside and tenant leased areas for compliance of rules, regulations and lease terms. Requires skills in planning maintenance and construction, working with time pressures, frequent change of tasks and performing multiple tasks in a noisy environment while responding to emergencies. May need to perform other duties as assigned. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6647018.
MID-LEVEL CIVIL ENGINEER - AVIATION SERVICES
Seeking a mid-level civil engineer to join the aviation group in the Indianapolis, Ind., office. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6641315.
Seeking an experienced airport manager to operate and manage a mid-size regional airport located in Texas. The airport manager will be responsible for all operations to include customer satisfaction for all airlines, operators, and passengers. Advocates for and determine accountability for quality service delivery of all stakeholders in the airport environment. Serves as the primary liaison in all matters related to the airport community. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6641647.
AIRPORT TRAINING AND SAFETY COORDINATOR
Rhode Island. Responsible for the ongoing training and development of all company personnel. May perform airport operations and FBO line service functions at any one of the five general aviation airports in the state of Rhode Island on a periodic basis. Develops, implements, and conducts airport training programs to ensure compliance with FAA, NFPA, and OSHA regulations. Maintains the company’s operations and training manuals. Regularly reviews and updates training curriculum and programs. Maintains all essential company training records and official airport documents. Prepares periodic administrative reports. Works with management to develop and implement safety protocols and procedures. Assists management in correcting identified hazardous conditions and/or operational deficiencies. Assists airport management with snow removal operations. Assists management in correcting identified hazardous conditions and/or operational deficiencies. Maintains current knowledge of airport industry trends, opportunities, and challenges. Requires strong practical airport knowledge and experience as it relates directly to a safe, operationally sound airport system. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6641973.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS OFFICER
City of Dallas Department of Aviation. Inspects airfield for compliance with FAA and TSA regulations pertaining to federal standards and requirements to ensure the operational readiness and security of the airport. Escorts aircraft and equipment as required ensuring safety of people and equipment. Monitors construction on the air operations area to ensure compliance with local airport and federal aviation requirements. Coordinates opening/closing of taxiways or runways with other divisions within the department of aviation, the FAA control tower and airfield tenants to ensure safety of people and aircraft. Acts as liaison between the Department and the tenants to provide information and service to tenants regarding the use of airport facilities. Conducts perimeter, terminal and grounds inspections and assessments. Position may also conduct required training classes associated with FAR 139 and 1542 duties and requirements. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6636794.
SENIOR AIRPORT OPERATIONS OFFICER
City Dallas Aviation Department. Responsible for airside, landside and terminal functions, assuring the airport operates in accordance with various federal, state and local rules and regulations. Normal job functions may include: leading the daily activities of the on-duty airport operations officer(s), coordinating day-to-day operations, overseeing/conducting airfield inspections for compliance with FAR Part 139, conducting security-related functions and responding to security-related incidents in compliance with FAR Part 1542, responding to aircraft emergencies, and providing quality customer service to airport tenants and passengers. Also may conduct training classes as necessary on these subject areas. To apply for the position, visit the City of Dallas home page at: www.dallascityhall.com and select "Find a Job". Applications will only be accepted from Nov. 16 until Nov. 29, 2014.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS OFFICER
Roanoke, Virginia. Under general supervision of the operations manager and/or operations supervisor, monitors airfield, airport facilities, and personnel to ensure compliance with FAA, TSA, and commission regulations and leases; assists in the development and updates of FAA-required and other manuals and plans; assists in research for and preparation of bid specifications; provides escorts; coordinates with construction contractors; conducts runway inspections; performs snow removal and related duties; serves as representative of department in absence of senior operations personnel; works rotating shifts including weekends and holidays; subject to recall and round-the-clock operations, when required. Performs other duties, as directed. To be considered for this position, you must submit a completed, signed application (available on the commission's website). Resumes submitted without an application will not be considered. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6637041.
BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT MANAGER
Huntsville-Madison County (Ala.) Airport Authority. Salary range: $61,225-$91,882. Duties include generating revenue through land sales and leases, increased air cargo, rail cargo and passenger activity for the Port of Huntsville. Applicant should have bachelor’s degree in marketing, business administration, public administration, transportation or other related field and a minimum of five years of progressively responsible experience in marketing, air cargo and/or rail cargo transportation services. Identifies and targets new sales opportunities for rail, air cargo and FTZ No. 83. Assists freight forwarders and brokers with establishing new rail and air cargo accounts and maintains existing accounts. Also assists in business development activities of the Jetplex Industrial Park. Incentive pay plan plus excellent benefits: family health, health reimbursement account, retirement, disability, educational assistance, etc. Equal opportunity employer, drug free workplace.
DEPUTY MANAGER (ELECTRONICS ENGINEER) (QATAR)
ABM Government Services. Manages the strategic direction of the facilities and engineering services along with a number of outsourced soft and engineering service providers. The prime objective is to ensure that adequate management systems are in place to continually ensure a safe and robust environment for achieving superior performance in uptime throughout the project. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6637512.
DEPUTY DIRECTOR ENGINEERING & FACILITIES
Portland (Maine) International Jetport seeks an experienced individual for the position of deputy director engineering and facilities. This is a senior management position at the jetport involving highly skilled professional-level work in the field of facilities management, design, engineering, and/or architecture. Cover letters and resumes should be sent to email@example.com through Dec. 3, 2014. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6631762.
ASSOCIATE AIRPORT NOISE ABATEMENT SPECIALIST
The Port of Oakland, California. Responds to and analyzes aircraft noise issues and complaints from the public. Operates the noise monitoring apparatus and provides technical information for noise related studies, assists with the preparation and presentation of reports and presentations to the public regarding airport noise issues, and assists in evaluating the impact of noise on the surrounding community. Minimum requirements: bachelor’s degree in aviation science, air transportation, airport management, environmental studies, transportation management or a related field from an accredited college or university plus two years of progressively responsible experience in airport operations, including at least one year of experience operating, or using data gathered from, an airport noise monitoring system (ANMS). Salary range $6,886-$8,526/month. To apply, visit http://www.portofoakland.com/jobcenter/. Recruitment closes Dec. 15, 2014. Equal opportunity employer.
SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY AND COMMUNITY SUSTAINABILITY DIRECTOR
SFO, a world-class and dynamic industry leading airport, seeks a social responsibility and community sustainability director with outstanding managerial skills to oversee its social responsibility and community sustainability division. Manages three programs: Small/Local Business Utilization (SLBU), Compensation and Standards Compliance (CSC), and Employment and Community Partnerships (ECP) that provide community and business support services for diverse groups. Desired candidate will meet the job requirements and have a graduate degree or higher from an accredited college or university with major coursework in specialized areas such as, public or business administration, public policy, sociology, and community affairs; working knowledge of current FAA Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) regulations, San Francisco Local Business Enterprise (LBE) Ordinance, compensation and employment standards and policies, community internships and workforce development. Salary range: $123,578-$173,742. For more information, visit http://www.jobaps.com/SF/sup/BulPreview.asp?R1=PBT&R2=0933&R3=062176.
Massachusetts Port Authority. Ensures lease and service agreement performance and conformance for airlines, aviation services companies, commercial services operators and flight kitchen operators, who provide support to airport tenant operations. Job requirements and qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in business, finance, real estate (or related field). A bachelor’s degree in another field combined with equivalent, relevant experience may be considered. Four to six years of experience in aviation or business management required. Requires working knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, Oracle, Crystal Reports, Peoplesoft, or other similar software applications; excellent administrative and organizational skills; demonstrated ability and initiative in moving complex projects from start to completion; ability to pass a Massport-controlled substance testing and background security checks. Interested applicants must apply online at http://agency.governmentjobs.com/massport/default.cfm.
Huntsville-Madison County (Ala.) Airport Authority. Salary range: $61,255-$91,882. Duties include managing all facility, fleet and custodial maintenance services of authority property including structures, equipment, systems, vehicles, heavy equipment, airfield and related facilities. Duties include the supervision of mechanics, electricians, HVAC technicians, electronic technicians to support the entire airport-owned infrastructure. Applicant should have bachelor’s degree in business, aviation management, engineering, management of technology and eight years of progressively responsible experience in facilities management and three years of supervisory experience. Plans, directs, controls and coordinates work programs involved in managing authority maintenance, fleet and custodial services. Establishes and monitors controls to evaluate performance in meeting program and authority objectives. Equal Opportunity Employer, Drug Free Workplace.
FACILITY MANAGEMENT DIRECTOR (AVIATION)
Integral part of the airport management team. Develops facility and airfield management policies and determines work priorities, produces the annual business plan and the objectives that support the plan, and determines the annual budget. Develops and implements airside and landside maintenance programs and related measurements for compliance with federal, state and local mandates and airport policies to ensure safe, secure, efficient and sustainable operations. For immediate consideration, apply directly online www.atlantaga.gov "careers".
DIRECTOR OF AIRPORT OPERATIONS
Volusia County (Fla.) is a drug free workplace and an equal opportunity employer committed to a diverse workforce. The County of Volusia is seeking an activity project manager (working title: director of airport operations) for the airport division. This management position is located at Daytona Beach International Airport, and is responsible for the day-to-day oversight of airside and landside operations, security and ground handling, as well as acting as liaison regarding contracted services as needed for aircraft rescue and fire fighting (ARFF) and law enforcement. Responsible for all aspects related to operation programs to include: FAR Part 139, coordinating operational aspects of construction activities, emergency planning, wildlife management, safety management system, special events (Daytona 500, Air Shows, etc.), 49 CFR Part 1540 and 1542, including badging and auditing. Note: An online application must be completed. Visit the county's website at www.volusia.org.
VICE PRESIDENT OF OPERATIONS
The Memphis-Shelby County (Tenn.) Airport Authority operates and manages three airports in Memphis and Shelby County, Tennessee, including Memphis International Airport, perennially one of the top two cargo airports worldwide. Responsible for supporting the mission and goals of the organization by ensuring the objectives of the operations, maintenance, development, public safety, and general aviation airport functions are attained. Submit resume, cover letter, and salary history to: firstname.lastname@example.org, Attn: George Mabon, Vice President of Human Resources, Memphis-Shelby County Airport Authority, 3505 Tchulahoma, Memphis, TN 38118-2718. Visit www.flymemphis.com for full recruiting profile.
GENERAL MANAGER III (AIRFIELD MAINTENANCE)
Hillsborough County (Fla.) Aviation Authority. Reports directly to the manager of maintenance and will be accountable for such responsibilities as managing and administering maintenance contracts; providing supervision, guidance and motivation to supervisors of fleet maintenance, airfield maintenance, building maintenance, exterior landscaping and interior landscaping; coordinating functions; assigning, monitoring and reviewing work; evaluating performance; and initiating corrective action, as needed. Establishes administrative policies, procedures, and guidelines to ensure operational efficiency and effective administration of assigned personnel. The above is only a summary of the GM III responsibilities. For a full job description and/or to apply for this position, visit http://www.jobaps.com/Hillsborough/sup/bulpreview.asp?R1=1410&R2=GM3APU&R3=001.
Santa Fe, N.M. Directs daily operations of the airport in compliance with FAA regulations, TSA regulations, City of Santa Fe Rules and Regulations and Ordinances, etc. Responsibilities include: maintenance/repair of all airfield facilities to include pavement/terminal building and infrastructure in accordance with common practices and Federal Aviation Administration regulations. Coordinates all security for airport. Serves as designated airport security coordinator. Develops/negotiates leases; manages revenue; prepares city ordinances, airport regulations/other legal documentation. Administers all aspects of state/federal grant programs. Determines effects of airfield hazards and takes action to eliminate hazards; directs emergency response during aircraft incidents or accidents. Coordinates construction activities from developing proposals through overseeing construction. Develops long range plans, develops/manages operating budget. Complete information can be found at www.santafenm.gov/job_opportunities.