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SENIOR-LEVEL AIRPORT PLANNERS AND PROJECT MANAGERS
L&B, a global airport planning and consulting firm, is currently seeking senior-level airport planners and project managers for large-scale planning assignments within its global organization with ten plus years of experience. They will provide client and project management services on projects related to the aviation market and expand business prospects in respective regions. Responsibilities: performs overall project management on aviation market projects; develops strong client relationships; establishes, monitors, and reports monthly project financials; and develops project proposals, presentations, and marketing materials as required. Successful candidate will have strong verbal and written communication skills and a high level of software proficiency, including use of CAD and airport simulation tools. Willingness to travel between firm's worldwide offices a must. Willingness to relocate to locations outside the U.S. on a permanent or semi-permanent basis is highly desired. For additional information, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our website at http://www.landrum-brown.com/career_openings.htm.
Roanoke, Va. Responsible for the management of the operations division; manages operations staff, projects and contracts in compliance with policies and procedures as well as other local, state and federal laws and regulations. Bachelor’s degree in aviation management,business, public administration, or related field required. Minimum of five years of experience in airport operations at a commercial service airport or with FAR Part 139 compliance required. At least three years of experience managing and directly supervising employees required. Consideration will be given to equivalent airport operations experience at a military or general aviation facility. AAAE accreditation and/or certification as ACE - Operations preferred; experience in airport snow/ice removal operations preferred. Must meet and maintain TSA security requirements for unescorted access to the airport’s secured area and all other airport operations areas; ability to obtain a valid Virginia driver’s license and insurable driving record required, CDL required within one year of employment. To be considered for this position, a completed, signed Roanoke Regional Airport Commission application must be submitted in addition to a resume and cover letter. http://www.flyroa.com/Home/AboutUs
AIRPORT OPERATIONS OFFICER
City of Dallas, Department of Aviation. Inspects airfield for compliance with FAA regulations pertaining to federal standards and requirements to ensure the operational readiness of the airport. Escorts aircraft and equipment as required ensuring safety of people and equipment. Monitors all 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 daily terminal inspections for discrepancies to avoid possible injuries to the public. Provides information to local and traveling public as to services available to ensure their maximum use by public and tenants. Two airfield officer positions. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6155811
SYSTEMS PROGRAMMER I/II
Clark County (Nev.) Department of Aviation seeks an experienced professional to perform installation, monitoring, maintenance and modification of computer system software, including operating system, control and communication software and other systems utilities. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6156132.
CONSTRUCTION PROJECT MANAGER
Airport program administrator. The Clark County (Nev.) Department of Aviation seeks an experienced professional to plan, directs, oversees, reviews and evaluates the work of staff providing support to airport programs; provides program planning, oversight, technical assistance, review and evaluation of such programs; acts as the departmental representative and liaison with other Airport and County departments, service providers and funding sources for assigned programs. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6156147.
SENIOR ENGINEER II
Dayton, Ohio. Develops, coordinates, designs and manages capital improvement and master plan projects. Writes requests for proposals and prepares cost estimates and contract documents. Coordinates, schedules and reviews work of engineering staff members so that projects and tasks are technically sound andcompleted on schedule. Coordinates projects with other departments/divisions and with engineers and architects that work for the city on bidding. In the department of aviation, the senior engineer II must be familiar with the FAA rules andregulations that govern airport operations, design and construction activities, and must possess the knowledge to prepare FAA capital improvement plan and related federal grant applications, and be familiar with the airport security requirements as dictated by the TSA. Online application must be submitted by May 12, 2014, at jobs.daytonohio.gov. A complete position description may be obtained from the Civil Service Board Office, 371 W. Second St., Dayton OH 45402, (937) 333-2300.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS AGENT
Lubbock, Texas. Assists in monitoring and administering airport operations. Performs paging and public address services in the airport terminal building. Monitors alarm, fire and mechanical systems. Performs daily inspections of airfield and the terminal building to ensure compliance with local, state and federal regulations. Issues and records all airport identification badges, parking decals, taxicab permits and temporary ramp permits. Issues notices to airmen (NOTAMS) on airfield conditions. Responds to questions and inquiries from the public airport tenants, airlines and governmental regulatory agencies. Maintains records and prepares operational reports for supervisor. Performs related duties as required. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6152728.
ASSISTANT CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER
Professional, supervisory, administrative and technical work directing the overall financial operation of the New Orleans Aviation Board. Through subordinate supervisors, work includes directing the development and maintenance of accounting and other fiscal records in relation to aviation fund activity and airport operations; managing the airports' aviation fund; monitoring expenditures and developing, implementing and directing revenue generation strategies and methodologies; preparing and monitoring the airport’s capital and operating budgets; directing monthly airline and non-airline invoicing, revenue receipts classification, recording of accounts receivable, supervising the invoicing of all revenues performed by airport accounting staff; directing, through monthly billing activities, the collection of revenues from airlines, concessionaires and vendors as charges for such items as rentals, ground transportation tariffs, and landing fees; supervising expense accounting, including payroll, purchases of services, materials and equipment; and related work as required. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6146153.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS COORDINATOR
This challenging position reports to the airport duty manager (ADM) on shift at King County International Airport and assists with the safe, efficient operation of the airport complying with FAR Part 139 and all local, state and other federal regulations. Assists the senior airport representative in providing information regarding safety, security, compliance, construction and interaction with airlines, passengers and tenants. Exposure to aircraft noise, weather and construction site hazards are part of the day-to-day work experience. Work schedule: This position will be assigned to a rotating shift based on a 24-hour, seven-day operating environment. The work schedule will change based on staffing, work assignments and operational requirements. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6146447.
DEVELOPMENT MANAGER III
Port of Portland, Ore. Manages the airfield business line development program and projects related to the port's aviation capital improvement program (CIP). Ensures programs/projects on the CIP are meeting the airfield business line intent. Compiles and analyzes asset-related data, formulates and recommends sustainable solutions. Develops projects related to business need for growth-based facilities. Prepares project charters, business cases, cost benefit assessments and high-level cost estimates for securing management approval and funding of proposed airfield projects. Leads proposed projects through to the completion of project initiation phase. Provides support to other port departments in developing project concepts and scopes. Prepares or supervises the preparation of proposals and project plans. Communicates with diverse groups on projects proposals. Serves as port's representative with FAA. Monitors issues involving FAA that could impact airport projects. Monitors 7460-1 issues and their effect on all airport projects. Provides oversight of the FAA-ACIP project list. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6143895.
DIRECTOR OF ENGINEERING - MECHANICAL, ELECTRICAL, PLUMBING AND IT (MEP/IT)
Tucson, Ariz. Primarily responsible for managing and successful delivery of MEP/IT focused capital and major maintenance projects at Tucson International Airport and Ryan Airfield. In addition, serves as a technical reviewer and in-house systems expert for other planned projects. Works closely with TAA maintenance and IT staff to develop a capital plan for major maintenance and replacement of systems. This opportunity will go to an exceptional, proactive person who is has strong project management skills and is participatory, team-oriented and engaging. As an experienced and effective team builder, you will have coordinated and managed the work of others while developing and implementing a strategic vision of the organization. Reports to the senior director of development services. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6146367.
La Crosse (Wis.) Regional Airport. The successful candidate will assist with all aspects of airport management, including conducting field condition reports, updating and distributing certification and regulatory documents, documenting airport activities, assisting maintenance and operations divisions with daily tasks, assemble and distribute FAR Part 139 training materials, assist in marketing the airport, and other duties as assigned. This internship will provide exposure to all facets of the airport management field along with experience working in a professional office environment. Schedule is flexible with an average of 40 hours per week commencing in or around July/August. Internship is available for up to six months. This is a paid position at $11 per hour. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6143791.
The City of San Jose - Mineta San Jose International Airport is currently recruiting for a senior architect with a diverse project background and a proven track record of delivering high quality projects. Reports to the deputy director and manages the architectural section. Responsible for planning, developing and delivering the capital improvement program, including budget and scope development, capital funds management, expenditure tracking and monitoring, contract management, stakeholder coordination, planning and guiding the development of new tools and procedures for capital project delivery. Also supervises the airport's mapping/GIS section that is responsible for all infrastructure mapping, records retentions, diagrams and exhibits, including lease diagrams; and the airport's signage program, which is responsible for all signage throughout the airport campus, ranging from large roadway graphics to regulatory compliance signs and door identification signs. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6138722.
AIRPORT DEPUTY FIRE CHIEF
An employee in this classification assists the airport fire chief/director in the management of the overall emergency services program, along with safety, training and fire prevention programs for the Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport Fire and Rescue Department (BWI FRD). Serves as one of two airport deputy fire chiefs within the BWI FRD. Subordinate personnel are managed through the supervision of airport division fire chiefs. Exposed to high noise levels from aircraft. In some emergency situations, the airport deputy fire chief wears protective clothing and may be exposed to hazardous situations. Employees in this class are considered essential employees and are subject to call-in. In the absence of the airport fire chief/director, a deputy may assume the responsibilities associated with this office. In addition, the deputy will be required to periodically perform training may be required to perform the duties and responsibilities of an airport division fire chief. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6138937.
DEPUTY V.P. FOR ENGINEERING (AVIATION ENTERPRISE)
Serves as deputy vice president for engineering (aviation enterprise) of the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority (airports authority). Under the vice president for engineering, the Deputy Vice President for Engineering (Aviation Enterprise) exercises functional responsibility for all: (1) planning, (2) design, (3) environmental engineering; and (4) building permitting/code enforcement for all real property controlled by the airports authority. Serves as primary point of coordination and control for delivery of all four of these functions/services for the Dulles Corridor (Silver Line) Metrorail Project, except those performed by the Dulles Corridor Metrorail Project team or the design-build contractors(s) or other regulatory authorities. Ensures, with assistance, legally/regulatory compliant, transparent, ethical, teamwork-oriented and customer service-oriented execution of all functional responsibilities. How to apply: To view the qualification requirements, please visit website www.mwaa.com and apply online.
DEPUTY VP, ENGINEERING (DULLES CORRIDOR METRORAIL PROJECT)
Serves as deputy vice president for engineering (Dulles Corridor Metrorail Project) of the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority (MWAA). Under the vice president for engineering, exercises functional responsibility for management and control of all planning, design and construction of the Dulles Corridor (Silver Line) Metrorail Project, including Phase 1 and Phase 2 and Package B (rail yard and maintenance facility). Ensures, with assistance, legally/regulatory compliant, transparent, ethical, teamwork-oriented and customer service-oriented execution of all functional responsibilities. To view the qualification requirements, visit website at www.mwaa.com and apply online.
DIRECTOR, BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT
Covenant Aviation Security (CAS) is a leading provider of transportation security services to port and airport authorities, select airlines, and the federal government. Our services include: security screening of passengers, baggage, and cargo; access control; patrol services; aircraft protection; and vehicle and personnel escort. CAS is looking for a proven, successful, hands-on individual to lead and execute our business development and marketing activities, in conjunction with the organization’s leadership team. The selected candidate must possess a high level of enthusiasm, initiative and drive and will be responsible for developing and executing strategies and tactics to generate profitable new business growth. The selected candidate will possess a high level of enthusiasm, initiative and drive. They will apply a proactive approach to growing CAS’ business through involvement and establishing contacts within the aviation and airport communities.
MANAGER, DIVISION OF AIRFIELD, GROUNDS AND EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE
Maryland Aviation Administration (MAA) is currently recruiting for the executive service position of program manager III, division of airfield lighing, grounds and equipment. This management position oversees and manages 60+ employees. Plays a key role in planning, coordinating and managing the maintenance support for the airfield lighting and ground operations of BWI Marshall. Areas of responsiblity include: field maintenance, vehicle and equipment maintenance and the airfield lighting and power distribution sections. Also responsible for execution of a hightly complex snow/weather emergency plan with a snow removal budget of $2.5 million. Additional duties include oversight for the maintenance and operation of 330 vehicles/equipment, 3,300 airfield lights, 78 lighted signs and critical Navaids, road surfaces and NAV systems located in the airfield operations area. View complete job announcement and apply online (resumes will not be accepted) at https://agency.governmentjobs/mdot/default.cfm. Applications must be received by 11:59 p.m. April 30, 2014.
AIRPORT MANAGEMENT INTERN
Colorado Springs, Colo. Interns work under the supervision of the airport aviation director's office and are assigned a variety of projects involving airport operations/security, administrative issues, finance and budgeting, planning and construction, property management and maintenance. Interns are afforded training opportunities in airfield safety and inspection, emergency response, snow removal and other airport-related disciplines. Interns are considered part of the staff and are expected to perform at a level commensurate with their abilities. Weekends and variable shifts may be part of the program. The intern position is an on-the-job training program in airport management. Directly aids and assists airport management in the coordination, control, operation, maintenance and use of the airport, in accordance with policies and standards determined by the governing body. Hours for interns are negotiable depending on the intern’s needs, but may not exceed 1,500 hours in a 12-month period. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6131714.
AIR SERVICE ANALYST
The Reno-Tahoe (Nev.) Airport Authority is seeking a bright, professional, creative, analytical and dependable individual to be an integral part of a highly effective air service business development team. The successful candidate for this position will be a self starter who has strong critical thinking skills, the ability to communicate effectively with a wide variety of individuals in addition to being passionate about the aviation industry. As an air service analyst, you will contribute to the RTAA’s continuing success by assisting in the planning, development and implementation of comprehensive air service and route development strategies designed to promote increased utilization of the airport for passenger travel and cargo air service. Requires minimum two years experience in the areas of air service route development and planning, airline/airport business analyst or business development/marketing in the aviation industry or equivalent job-related experience. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6125847. To apply online, visit the airport's website at www.renoairport.com.
MANAGER OF AIR SERVICE AND CARGO BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT
The Reno-Tahoe Airport Authority is seeking a highly motivated professional to join its air service business development team. The successful candidate for this position has a proven track record in maintaining, developing, directing and managing comprehensive passenger and cargo route service development initiatives, programs and strategies to promote increased utilization of the airport for passenger travel and air cargo service. Develops airline and key stakeholder relationships to achieve the strategic objectives of air service development. Must have a working knowledge of airlines and cargo industry standards, regulations and trends, and how this information can be used to attract service at RTIA. Will create detailed presentations that align to strategic development initiatives. In partnership with the airport’s Business Advisory Council and Air Cargo Focus Group, the manager promotes partnerships to form collaborative approaches in order to achieve growth in air service. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6125852. To apply online, visit www.renoairport.com.
AVIATION PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT MANAGER
The Port of Oakland, Calif., is seeking qualified candidates for the position of aviation planning and development manager. Directs, manages and implements procedures, practices and actions to plan, fund and develop programs and projects for land use, facility development, access studies and related work in support of a broad range of aviation policies. Responsible for performing the most complex technical tasks with the exercise of considerable independent judgment and for formulating policy, developing goals and objectives, supervising staff and administering the department budget. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6120646.
The City of Bangor Airport Department is currently seeking qualified and experienced applicants to fill the fulltime position of finance manager. Reports to the airport director and is responsible for all financial related functions at the airport, including financial management and analysis, budget development and oversight, monitoring and tracking of various contracts and leases, directing accounting staff members, and other related duties. The airport’s annual operating budget is approximately $12 million. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6120553.
DIRECTOR OF FACILITY SERVICES/AIRPORT ARCHITECT
Denver International Airport is seeking a seasoned director of facility services/airport architect to become a key member of the airport infrastructure management (AIM) leadership team. This is an extraordinary opportunity for an experienced aviation architect with a passion for leadership. In this role you will have a great level of autonomy, and the ability to use your design eye to inspire the aesthetics of the airport. Provide strategic leadership to a team of architects, engineers, and project managers; motivate and develop people; ensure all staff members are equipped with the tools and resources needed to accomplish goals of the airport. This is a challenging opportunity that commands a leader committed delivering excellent customer service, championing continuous improvement, and ensuring facilities meet the needs of the airport and customers; oversees CIP initiatives and O&M budgets; transforms ideas into actual projects and anticipates when to start; design standard manuals, master specifications. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6124055.
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY MANAGER
Under the administrative direction of the deputy executive eDirector of operations/chief operations officer, responsible for implementing, administering and maintaining all authority information systems, all functions of the information technology (IT) department, and setting a strategic direction to provide support to all users of the LRAA. Provide direct supervision to IT staff which includes network administrator and help desk specialist. For more information, copy and paste the address below in your browser: http://www.flylouisville.com/wp-content/uploads/IT-manager-2014.pdf.
DIRECTOR OF INFRASTRUCTURE AND QUALITY ASSURANCE/AIRPORT ENGINEER
Denver International Airport is seeking a seasoned director of infrastructure and quality assurance to become a key member of the airport infrastructure management (AIM) leadership team. DIA’s 53 square miles contains massive areas of paved land, including 184 lane miles of roadways; 12 surface parking lots; and six runways. The airport has a reputation for being a leader in the pavement infrastructure discipline, and has received multiple project achievement awards from the American Concrete Pavement Association. This is an excellent opportunity for an experienced leader in infrastructure management, including pavement engineering and construction, materials engineering or quality assurance. Oversees major concrete programs, including construction, reconstruction, stabilization, and panel replacements on roadways; major utility infrastructure such as water and sewer; airfield construction programs; quality assurance and quality control; materials testing lab; and survey team. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6124576.
Naples, Fla. Collier County Government is currently seeking an airport manager. The county owns and operates a system of three general aviation airports located in Southwest Florida. Primarily manages the day-to-day administration and operation of Immokalee Regional airport (IMM). Employees in this classification execute the policies and procedures of the airport authority as they relate to airport operations; promote the airports and develop and administer programs to improve the facilities and services at the airports; and ensure compliance with all local, state and federal regulations. Collier County, located in Southwest Florida on the Gulf of Mexico, enjoys a year-round perfect climate, blue skies, white sandy beaches and unlimited recreational opportunities. Interested candidates should apply online at www.colliergov.net/jobs. Collier County Government is an equal opportunity employer and maintains a drug-free workplace. Veterans and their spouses may receive preferential treatment.
RAMP TOWER COORDINATOR
TBI Airport Management, Raleigh-Durham, N.C. Coordinates the general operations of Terminal 2 and the Resource Management Center, including ramp management, airport security, and tenant/public relations. Provides commercial pilots with pushback/taxi instructions; actively interacting with FAA personnel to determine RNAV runway assignments and configurations. Manually updates FIDS, BIDS, RIDS and GIDS information. Monitors for electronic/human errors. Coordinates, allocates, and manages all Terminal 2 common-use resources (gates, ticketing, reclaim belts, etc.) to RDU partner airlines. Acts as extension of the Raleigh-Durham Airport Authority and RDU partner airlines. Coordinates irregular operations, including aircraft deicing operations. Responsible for the life-safety of taxiing aircraft anddiligent vigilance for personnel exposed to the effects of engine blasts. Complies with federal aviation regulations and operational requests from FAA, RDU airport authority and RDU partner airlines. Records aircraft arrivals, departures and responds to tenant needs. Other duties may be assigned. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6125665.
DIRECTOR, STATE GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS
Serves as one of AOPA’s key advocates in protecting the general aviation interests of AOPA members at the state and local level. This individual participates in the development, initiation and execution of strategies that result in preventing unnecessary and restrictive state regulation or taxation of GA, promotion of a state regulatory climate beneficial to GA; the protection of GA airports; and the promotion of the value and benefits of GA to state and local decision makers, and their identification of AOPA as the principal voice of GA pilots. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6119905.
AIRPORT PROJECT MANAGER
Spokane Airports is seeking an experienced project manager. Responsible for managing large and small construction projects at Spokane International Airport, Felts Field, and the airport business park. The airport is seeking an individual with a combination of education and experience necessary to meet the challenges of this position. Normally this criteria is met with five years of demonstrated experience in construction management and a bachelor's degree in a related field. Previous airport project management experience is highly preferred. Apply online by visiting www.spokaneairports.net. In order to be considered, a completed application must be submitted by 4 p.m. May 2, 2014. All qualified applicants considered regardless of ethnicity, nationality, gender, veteran or disability status, age, religion or other protected status.
Melbourne (Fla.) International Airport. This is highly responsible administrative and supervisory work directing the operations, maintenance and security of Melbourne International Airport. The executive director must exercise considerable independent judgment in planning airport operational procedures and development. Work is reviewed by the chairman of the City of Melbourne Airport Authority. To be considered for this opportunity, a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in aviation science, airport management, business administration or closely related field is required. Also requires considerable experience in air terminal management, operations and maintenance, including business management experience or an equivalent combination of training and experience. The executive director will have considerable knowledge of standard record keeping practices relating to airport activities, general and cost accounting practices and the ability to plan, assign, review and supervise the work of employees performing diversified maintenance and operational functions in a manner conducive to full performance and high morale. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6113113.
CHA, a highly diversified, full-service engineering consulting firm operating in the U.S. and internationally, is currently seeking an aviation engineer to join the aviation group at its Rochester, N.Y., location. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the design of airfield construction projects, including runways, taxiways, aircraft and landside parking, lighting, drainage and grading plans, construction cost estimating, and construction engineering services. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6114839.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS SPECIALIST - AIRFIELD
Salt Lake City Department of Airports. Ensures the day-to-day safe, secure, convenient and efficient operations of the airfield functions at all airports operated by the Salt Lake City Department of Airports. Provides a full-scope of airfield-related services, including safety, security inspections, responding to and documenting medical emergencies, airfield and aircraft incidents, snow removal assessment and coordination, wildlife management and control, construction safety and monitoring airfield access, enforcing FAA Regulations, FAR 139 and TSA (TSR 1542) regulations and ensuring airfield integrity. Requires experience with airport operations, aircraft operating area issues, FAA rules and regulations, general aviation operations and a high level of problem solving and customer service skills. Interested applicants will need to apply online at www.slcgov.com/jobs to be considered. A detailed job announcement will be available. To apply, create a profile first, then go back into the job announcement to apply. EOE.
MID- TO SENIOR-LEVEL AVIATION CIVIL ENGINEER
CHA, a highly diversified, full-service engineering consulting firm operating in the U.S. and internationally, is currently seeking a mid- to senior-level civil engineer for aviation design and construction projects at its Nashville, Tenn., location. The aviation engineer will be part of a team of designers that work on nationwide aviation projects. The aviation engineer will prepare airfield design plans and specification per FAA Advisory Circulars, as well as manage engineering services, including day-to-day communication with clients and in-house technical staff. Projects include pavement design, obstruction removal, drainage and SWPPP, airfield lighting and marking and management of associated construction phase services. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6114853.
SENIOR AVIATION ENGINEER
CHA, a highly diversified, full-service engineering consulting firm operating in the U.S. and internationally, is currently seeking a senior engineer for airport design and construction projects at its Cleveland, Ohio, location. The senior aviation engineer will manage and mentor technical staff that works on nationwide airport capital improvement projects. The senior engineer will manage and mentor technical staff that provides technical engineering design and construction phase services. Serves as lead design engineer for airport capital improvement projects. Preparation of design plans and specification per FAA Advisory Circulars, client standards, and state DOT standards. Projects include airfield pavement design, airspace and obstruction analysis, airfield lighting and signage layout, site layout for NAVAIDs equipment, site grading/drainage, SWPPP, pavement marking, and detailed construction safety and phasing plans. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6114859.
DIRECTOR OF AIR SERVICE DEVELOPMENT
Directs the strategic and tactical efforts to attract airlines to increase flights in domestic and international markets; develops effective relationships with internal and external stakeholders to meet the authority’s goals and objectives; executes short- and long-range marketing initiatives to build the core business of passenger and cargo service; and provides situational awareness of the airport’s regional market. Requires a combination of education and experience reflecting possession of the required knowledge, skills and abilities included in the job description online, including graduation from an accredited college or university with a bachelor's degree in business, marketing, market research, or other related field; plus eight years of demonstrated experience in work directly associated with airline route economics, including route planning experience at an airline, as an airline or airport consultant, or similar experience in the aviation industry. Apply online at www.tampaairport.com. Include cover letter, one-page description of qualifications and experience, and three references.
Jackson Hole (Wyo.) Airport (JAC). The airport director is responsible to the board of directors for day-to-day operations at JAC. Also responsible as a tenant within the Grand Teton National Park. As such, the airport director must build and maintain an exceptional relationship with park management and abide by park rules and regulations. Candidates must have a bachelor’s degree in airport management, business administration, public administration or a related field, five years of executive-level aviation management experience preferably at a commercial service airport, and a minimum of 10 years of progressively responsible experience in an aviation-related management position. A master’s degree is a plus. Will have demonstrated extensive and varied aviation administration and operations experience with strong staff leadership skills having an emphasis on operations and financial management, successful oversight of FAA, TSA and state relationships, and an enviable track record in community relations. A.A.E. or IAP accreditation is desirable. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6104447.
MANAGER OF MARKETING AND PUBLIC RELATIONS
Seeking an energetic, dynamic and talented marketing and public relations professional to help lead one of the fastest growing regional airports in the Midwest. Responsible for the overall marketing and promotion of General Wayne A. Downing Peoria International Airport throughout central Illinois and the Midwest. The airport has established itself as a major transportation resource in central Illinois having recently opened its new award-winning terminal in 2011, and having a record number of passengers in 2012 and 2013. The successful candidate will work closely with the director of airports in formulating and implementing marketing strategies to enhance transportation services available from the airport and develop and maintain thorough public relations programs designed to broaden community awareness of the airport as a transportation resource. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6106193.
City of Redding, Calif. The airports manager will have demonstrated extensive and varied airport administration experience with strong leadership skills, solid interpersonal relationship skills and financial acumen. The city of Redding is interested in a candidate that possesses a proven record of business development of not only aviation-related business, but also non-aviation companies that do not directly relate to aviation, but will contribute to the growth of the airport and local economy. Salary: $4,723-$7,494 DOQ and full benefit package. An online application must be submitted through the city of Redding online application system at www.ci.redding.ca.us by 11:59 PM, April 18, 2014. For a complete job description and flyer go to http://ci.redding.ca.us/personnel/pdf/airportmanager2014.pdf.
AIRFIELD OPERATIONS COORDINATOR - MANAGER II
San Francisco International Airport (SFO) seeks an experienced Airfield Operations Coordinator to manage, through a 24/7 staff, airfield inspections and ensure the safety and efficiency of the airport's operational functions are in compliance with federal regulation requirements of FAR Parts 139, 77, TSR 1542 and other applicable sections. Other duties include providing oversight and management of airfield staff to promote safety and security in all aspects of airfield operations and support the airport's strategic plan and core values. Desired candidate will have excellent oral and written skills; knowledge of FAA and airport rules and regulations; ability to be a liaison with FAA, other airport departments, airlines, tenants, contractors, construction management and other agencies; experience supervising/managing a staff of five or more and three years of airport/airline operations experience at a medium or large domestic commercial aviation airport. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6100763.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS OFFICER
Williston, N.D. Entry-level airport operations/ARFF position at Sloulin Field International Airport. Responsible for airport operations at the airport involving airside, landside, security and communications activities of a Part 139 airport. Duties include daily airfield and terminal building inspections to comply with local, state and federal regulations; airport ID badge issuance and driver training; NOTAM issuance; responding to questions and inquiries from the public, airport tenants, airlines and governmental regulatory agencies and aircraft rescue and fire fighting duties on assigned shifts. Involves shift work, weekends and holidays. For a the complete job description, visit http://www.cityofwilliston.com/Jobs.aspx. For the job application http://cityofwilliston.com/usrfiles/Job_Application.pdf
Fort Wayne-Allen County (Ind.) Airport Authority. Expected to be self-motivating and able to prioritize duties efficiently. Requires attention to detail, correctness of work; must have a flexible work schedule and strong commitment to task completion. Independently performs the essential safety and operational duties necessary to ensure the safe and efficient day-to-day operations of the airport. Conducts and records daily airport self-inspections of major areas, including runways, taxiways, ramps, aircraft, refueling facilities, paved areas, safety areas, marking and lighting, security fencing and wildlife activities; creates work orders as necessary. Responsible for runway condition reporting and runway friction testing; monitors weather and coordinates the issuance and cancellation of NOTAMs and performs other airfield safety and operations notification requirements. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6100950.
OPERATIONS SUPERVISOR - INTERNSHIP
Bloominton-Normal (Ill.) Airport Authority. Under general direction of the deputy director, operations and facilities, an individual assigned to this class has rotating shift responsibility to monitor and control airport use and to respond to potential emergency situations. Work closely follows prescribed federal, state and local laws and regulations (including, but not limited to: 14 CFR Part 139, TSR 1542, etc.). Considerable initiative may be required in unusual situations. Persons assigned to this position must be able to work independently and at irregular hours, including nights, weekends and holidays. Work is reviewed through conferences and analysis of reports. Operations supervisor interns also perform related work as required. Internship shall be 52 weeks in length. Start date is TBD. Position open until filled. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6098283.
DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS
The Eastern Iowa Airport. The director of operations reports to the airport director and manages the maintenance and safety operations functions of the airport ensuring continuous compliance with applicable regulations. This position also manages and coordinates airport construction and environmental projects and may be designated to serve in the absence of senior leadership. In addition, the director of operations will exercise direct supervision over the facilities supervisor, operations coordinator, and public safety commander. The maintenance and public safety departments have a combined 31 FTE. To be considered, candidates must have a bachelor’s degree in airport or aviation administration, business administration, civil engineering or a closely related field; and five years of increasingly responsible airport operations experience at an air carrier airport, with at least two years of supervisory experience. An equivalent combination of experience and training that provides the knowledge and abilities necessary to perform the work will be considered. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6098308.
Woolpert, Inc. seeks experienced senior project manager for its aviation team. The ideal candidate will be recognized as an aviation IT/GIS and planning industry leader, actively involved in ACC/AAAE/ACI-NA organizations. Requires experience in managing large/technically diverse airport asset management/GIS and planning projects/teams; technical writing/verbal skills; comfort with leading/supporting business development in western U.S.-based on track record of building relationships with new clients and providing exceptional project delivery to existing; working relationship with FAA HQ and regional staff and knows relevant planning/geospatial advisory circulars. B.S. in aviation management, IT/GIS or planning-related program and minimum eight years of experience. M.S. in aviation management, IT/GIS or planning and six years of experience. or 12 years of experience. Private Pilot/PE/PS/AICP licenses. A.A.E., PMP and FAA IDLE certifications. Experience with CAD/GIS software. Business process re-engineering asset management software implementation experience (Infor, Maximo, Cityworks). Apply online at www.apply2jobs.com/woolpert. Woolplert is an EEO/AA employer M/F/D/V, maintain a drug-free workplace, and perform pre-employment substance abuse testing.
Lean Photometrics has a great opportunity for a full-time electrical engineer and/or principal electrical engineer for airport development projects in its Los Angeles or San Francisco office. Lean Photometrics is an industry recognized leader in design, construction inspection, testing and research and development of airfield lighting and navigational aids, as well as other special airport electrical systems. The company has performed projects throughout the U.S., Europe, and the Pacific. The company is looking for energetic, motivated people who are looking to grow professionally in a fast-paced environment. The right candidate will be responsible for performing various types of engineering efforts, including airfield guidance signage, airside power and lighting systems, navigational aids, security systems such as access control, CCTV, fiber, PSIM, medium and low voltage power distribution systems, airfield lighting/equipment vaults, underground electrical distribution other miscellaneous electrical engineering efforts. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6063487.
ASSISTANT AIRPORT MANAGER
New Bedford, Mass. Performs highly responsible functions of a professional, administrative and technical nature. Work involves planning, organizing and directing the day-to-day operations and maintenance of New Bedford Regional Airport; all other related work as required. Working knowledge of all federal, state and local regulations governing airport operations and maintenance. Knowledge relating to aircraft rescue and fire fighting requirements, airport operations, snow removal operations, and aviation radio communications and procedures. Working knowledge of operations and all airport maintenance equipment. Familiarity with leases and contract documents. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6046205.