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CLIENT TEAM LEADER - AVIATION
As one of the top 100 engineering firms in the U.S. Foth is a tightly-knit and diversified team of over 600 members strong. Our engineers, scientists, consultants, construction managers, and affiliated professionals work together to deliver smart solutions to our public and private clients. Foth Infrastructure and Environment, LLC is currently seeking a team-focused, innovative, and results-oriented Client Team Leader who is looking for new learning experiences, opportunities for career growth, and a desire to contribute to our clients’ success. This position will be working out of our Overland Park, KS location.
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.
ASSISTANT AIRPORT DIRECTOR
Manhattan Regional Airport. Planning and managing all aspects of airport operations; (AEP) and (ASP); (ACM); programs and policies. Work with architects, engineers, contractors, plans and specifications, contract documents; planning, construction, inspections; coordination of multiple projects. Degree in Airport Management preferred; or at least 4 years of related experience or combination of education and experience that provides equivalent knowledge, skills, and abilities. Supervisory experience a plus. Extensive knowledge of airside and landside operations, facilities, safety, access, and security procedures; knowledge of related federal, state, and local laws, regulations, ordinances, and policies/procedures relating to airport operations. Knowledge of A.I.P. grants and construction; building and facility management and maintenance. AAAE certified preferred; must pass rigorous background security check to obtain/maintain Security Identification Area (SIDA) badge. Range $55,887.81 – $88,718.20 Mid-Point of Range = $72,303.01 Expected Hiring Range: Minimum to Mid-Point DOQ Closing Date: Date: 4-17-15 Apply and view full announcement and requirements at www.cityofmhk.com “Jobs”
SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT OF AVIATION FOR PROPERTIES
Denver International Airport is seeking a Senior Vice President of Properties to represent the airport as the facility owner and to manage the development, acquisition, leasing, complex negotiations, and property management of the airport’s real property and facilities such as cargo buildings, hangars, terminal, and concourses. This is a rare opportunity to have direct impact on key services in the international aviation community. DIA is more than a world class airfield; it's a complex enterprise that generates over $800 million in annual revenues from a wide variety of sources. The Properties division performs a diverse array of landside and airside functions for this highly complex organization. Broadly, your responsibility will be for managing and directing the development of strategies, policies, and operating procedures for airline/tenant leasing, property management, hotel services, rental car services, and personnel functions.
FAA DEPUTY DIRECTOR, AIRPORT SAFETY AND STANDARDS
The Deputy Director of the Office of Airport Safety and Standards assists the Director, Office of Airport Safety and Standards, in leading the development of standards for safety, engineering and research of U.S. airports, and sponsors and supervises research on airport design and construction. The incumbent assists in the administration of the Airport Operating Certificates under Part 139 of the Federal Aviation Regulations. He/she is also responsible for the implementation of Safety Management Systems (SMS) at U.S. airports, establishing and ensuring the completion of safety goals for the annual FAA and ARP Business Plans, and tracking progress throughout the year. The Deputy Director shares the Director's responsibilities for leadership, direction, and performance of the Airport Safety and Operations Division, Airports Engineering Division, including research and development activities of the Airport Research and Development Group at the William J. Hughes Technical Center.
We are hiring great customer service reps for our client.This position is Temp to Hire and after the contract period, you are eligible for great benefits. Parking paid and bonuses available
COMPLIANCE SPECIALIST - AIRPORT CONCESSIONS RETAIL AND FOOD BEVERAGE
Atlanta, Ga. The purpose of the Compliance Specialist - Airport Concessions (Retail) position is to oversee assigned retail stores and newsstands at the airport to ensure concession operations are in accordance with the Lease Agreement and stores are maintained and staffed to provide excellent customer service and drive sales. The purpose of the Compliance Specialist - Airport Concessions (Food Beverage) is to oversee assigned restaurants at the airport to ensure concession operations are in accordance with the Lease Agreement and facilities are maintained and staffed to provide excellent customer service and drive sales. For immediate consideration for either or both positions please apply online @ www.atlantaga.gov "careers".
OPERATIONS DUTY AGENT
Lee County, Fla. Operations Duty Agent: $19.15 hourly; The incumbent is responsible for ensuring the airport is operating in accordance with various federal, state and local rules/regulations 24 hours per day, 7 days per week. Performs inspections of terminal buildings, terminal ramps, fixed base operations, cargo ramps, perimeter fencing, taxiways, runways, fueling facilities, parking lots and rental car facilities. Responds to emergency situations/locations and establishes on-scene command post.
ENVIRONMENTAL PROJECT MANAGER - AIRPORT
Eugene, Ore. Develops, directs and manages projects to ensure compliance with local, state and federal environmental laws and regulations. This position works in conjunction with the Airport Project Manager overseeing construction to ensure that all projects comply with the applicable environmental processes and permit regulations. Represents the Airport and conferences and in public, community, legislative and tenant meetings, including hearings and other forums regarding the environmental affairs of the Airport and does related work that pertains to passengers and the general aviation community.
SENIOR CIVIL ENGINEER
The Sacramento County (Calif.) Airport System seeks an experienced professional engineer to manage its Design and Development Section. The section is responsible for the design and project management of facility and airfield capital improvement projects. The fiscal year 2015-16 budgeted capital projects are estimated to cost approximately $30,000,000 representing projects at Sacramento International Airport, Mather Airport, Sacramento Executive Airport and Franklin Field. The position requires knowledge of engineering practices applicable to planning and designing airfield, facility, roadway and utility projects; preparation of preliminary designs and cost estimates; project management practices; and policies and procedures for coordinating projects with the FAA and other agencies. The position requires current registration as a civil engineer in the state of California and at least three years of experience as a registered engineer.
DEVELOPMENT AND PLANNING SUPERVISOR
Denver (Colo.) International Airport is seeking two highly motivated and creative technical experts to support and promote DIA’s vision and strategic objectives to continue to excel as a world-class airport. Airside – Supervises professional aviation planners and performs advanced, specialized aviation planning. This includes developing the vision and implementation for DIA growth; analysis of aviation trends and forecasting; ensuring compliance with FAA standards and regulations; coordination with stakeholders; aircraft gate layout and expansion options; airfield and airspace optimization and simulations; facility development; construction phasing and alternative scenarios; and master plan development and implementation. Landside – Supervises planning professionals and performs advanced, specialized landside planning. This includes compatible land use; Transit Oriented Development; extensive coordination with surrounding jurisdictions in the Aerotropolis region and other agencies; urban planning and design; alternative scenario development; terminal optimization and expansion studies; infrastructure development; transportation related trending and forecasting; and master plan development and implementation.
The City of San Jose-Mineta San Jose (Calif.) International Airport is recruiting for an Engineer I/II. This position is responsible for directing an engineering technician and/or construction management work unit within the Planning and Development Division of the Airport Department. Under direction of an Associate Engineer, performs a variety of professional assignments planning, designing and implementing projects at the Airport that are specific to the operation of the aviation segment of the Airport's business, primarily related to airfield facilities. This position requires general knowledge related to the development of airport airfield and aviation support facilities, and general knowledge of Pavement Maintenance System.
AVIATION BUSINESS SYSTEMS ADMINISTRATOR
Phoenix, Ariz. The Aviation Business Systems Administrator is responsible for providing administration and support of core business applications that are vital for operation and the passenger experience at Sky Harbor Airport. Aviation Business Systems Administrator will lead the team of highly trained professionals support systems including Access Control and Monitoring, Automated Vehicle Identification, Passenger Information, Parking Revenue and Control, Passenger Information and Paging system. The Aviation Technology Division provides 24/7 support of these critical business systems. RECRUITMENT DATES Recruitment may close when we have received a sufficient number of qualified applications. SALARY $69,950 - $104,416 annually. Appointment can be made above the minimum depending upon qualifications.
AVIATION CUSTOMER SERVICE MANAGER
The Aviation Department is seeking to fill an Aviation Customer Service Manager. This position is responsible for managing customer service at Phoenix (Ariz.) Sky Harbor International Airport. This includes the 400 member Navigator volunteer program, managing the contract for the Information Counter Ambassadors, tracking customer feedback, monitoring existing customer service initiatives and enterprising new customer service enhancements. This position will supervise the Aviation Department’s Volunteer Coordinator and Public Information Specialist in the Customer Service section of the Public Relations Division. RECRUITMENT DATES Recruitment may close when we have received a sufficient number of qualified applications. First review of application materials will commence during the week of March 30, 2015. SALARY $63,315 - $94,328 annually. Appointment can be made above the minimum depending upon qualifications.
AVIATION SUPERVISOR II
Phoenix, Ariz. The Aviation Supervisor II is responsible for supervising personnel involved in airport maintenance, airport operations, and security enforcement. Duties vary by airport assignment and function. Currently, there is one vacancy in Landside Operations, but this recruitment may also be used to fill future vacancies over the life of the eligible to hire list. For more detail go to https://www.phoenix.gov/employment RECRUITMENT DATES Recruitment may close when we have received a sufficient number of qualified applications. SALARY $21.48 (minimum) - $31.98 (maximum) hourly / $44,678 - $66,518 annually.
DIRECTOR OF BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT - AIRPORT DIVISION
Volusia County, Fla., is a drug free workplace and an equal opportunity employer committed to a diverse workforce. The County of Volusia is seeking a business manager - working title: director of business development for the airport division. This is an at-will management position located at Daytona Beach International Airport and is responsible for air service development, marketing, customer service, community involvement, and acts as the public information officer. Also responsible for real estate development, property and contract management working towards the overall goal of maximizing revenue, minimizing expenses and strategic business planning to keep the airport self sustaining. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6970367.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS AGENT
Volusia County is a drug free workplace and an equal opportunity employer committed to a diverse workforce. The County of Volusia is seeking an airport operations agent. This position is located at the Daytona Beach International Airport. Airport operations is responsible for maintaining compliance with Federal Aviation Regulations (FAR) Parts 139, 77, and all appropriate TSA requirements. Duties include, but are not limited to, airfield and terminal inspections, reporting field conditions, emergency response, program management and public relations. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6970394.
MANAGER, FINANCIAL PLANNING & ANALYSIS (ACCOUNTANT IV)
The Broward County Aviation Department, which manages Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood International Airport and North Perry Airport (a general aviation facility), seeks an experienced manager, financial planning and analysis (accountant IV), who will be responsible for the analytical function of the aviation department to support optimal business decision making. Includes budget compilation responsibility, financial and business analysis, long-term strategic planning, and the preparation of expense and cash forecasts. Requires a strategic thinker who performs to a high degree of accuracy and is very organized and self-motivated. Strong analytical and problem-solving skills and advanced knowledge and understanding of financial accounting, internal controls and financial management, with a high level of proficiency with Microsoft Excel, are essential. Experience of airport finance, accounting and rate setting practices is highly desirable. Apply at: www.broward.org/careers by 5 p.m. April 3, 2015.
Develops comprehensive plans and programs for use of land and physical facilities of the Houston Airport System. Provides advice and recommendations on project feasibility, cost-effectiveness, regulatory conformance, or possible alternatives. Identifies opportunities or develops plans for sustainability projects or programs to improve energy efficiency, minimize pollution or waste, or restore natural systems. Participates in public meetings with government officials, airlines, the public, various stakeholders and special interest groups to formulate, develop, or address issues regarding land use, environmental issues and the HAS development plans. Manages major departmental functions; establishes goals and evaluates section performance; develops and monitors subordinates; develops and manages budget. Plans and develops large projects to departmental programs. Organizes and directs the work of architects, engineers, technicians, and technical consultants. Evaluates project assignments and recommends modifications. Prepares new designs or techniques of material significance in solving problems. Assists in selecting design consultants and contractors. Supervises administration of construction contracts and conducts periodic onsite observation of work in progress on major projects. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6960505.
DIVISION MANAGER (PROCUREMENT)
City of Houston - Houston Airport System Department. Directs the management, coordination, implementation, administration and operation of the procurement section, which includes the procurement of materials, services, professional services, construction and concession contracts on a competitive basis. Manages, trains, develops, counsels and evaluates staff performance. Establishes policies, procedures, guidelines and project schedules. Manages the development, award and implementation of new contracts. Manages the implementation of contract management systems. Ensures contract specification development and bid activities are in accordance with best practices, while providing responsive customer service. Ensures compliance with local, state, and federal laws and regulations. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6960604.
The Central Florida Expressway Authority (CFX) is responsible for building, operating and maintaining 109 miles of tolled expressway networks in Lake, Orange, Osceola and Seminole Counties. Governed by a nine-member board, CFX’s mission is to implement a system that improves regional mobility and quality of life and is completely self-funded. The agency is also entrusted with considering other transportation options within the CFX right of way, such as multimodal, fixed-guideway and other new technology solutions with the backbone of a highly successful expressway system to support them. Over the next five years, the agency’s projects will sustain nearly 3,300 jobs per year; more than $3.5 billion of system improvements are planned for the next 12 years. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6963093.
AIRFIELD CHIEF MAINTENANCE MECHANIC
Charlotte Douglas International Airport. This is technical supervisory work in the proper installation, repair and maintenance of electrical and mechanical systems on the airfield and parking lots. Duties include perusing the airfield for non-lighting related discrepancies, assigning and reviewing work of maintenance mechanics and trades people, providing technical assistance on complex assignments and insuring compliance with safety regulations. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6959891.
SENIOR STAFF ANALYST - MANAGING AIRPORT PLANNER
Division/Section: Infrastructure/Project Management Office. Reporting Location: 16930 John F. Kennedy Boulevard. Workdays and Hours: Varied, normally M-F (subject to change). Description of duties/essential functions: Senior staff analyst – managing airport/terminal planner of the planning section for the planning, design and construction division of the Houston Airport System will be responsible for the development of planning definition documents (PDD) for proposed airport facility, and infrastructure projects. Duties will include, but are not limited to, interviewing stakeholders (HAS staff, FAA, airlines, etc.) to obtain project requirements, developing alternatives, examining project constraints and risks, developing accurate cost estimates and schedules and managing supporting HAS staff and consultants. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6950367.
ASSISTANT AIRPORT DIRECTOR
Northwest Arkansas Regional Airport, located in Benton County, Arkansas, is looking for an Assistant Airport Director. The Assistant Airport Director of Northwest Arkansas Regional Airport, under the direction of the Airport Director, will be responsible for supporting and achieving the mission and the overall goals of the Airport Authority by ensuring that the objectives of the department are attained. Responsible for directly supervising assigned personnel and directly responsible for assisting the Airport Director in carrying out assignments of the Authority. Go to www.flyxna.com for the posting and application (required).
MANAGER, AIRPORTS DIVISION - EASTERN REGION
Federal Aviation Administration. Business Component: Associate Administrator for Airports. Job Announcement Number: EXE-ARP-15-2-3996. Salary range: $123,700-$174,000/per year. Salary will be set within the range based on qualifications, experience and equivalent peer salaries in the organization. Locality pay will be added. Closing date: April 8, 2015. Series and grade: EV-0340-02. Position information: Full Time - Permanent. Duty locations: one vacancy - Queens, N.Y. Who may apply: U.S. Citizens - All sources. Security clearance: Top Secret. Supervisory status: Yes. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6948247.
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.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS DUTY MANAGER
Under the direction of the assistant operations manager, plans, organizes and supervises airside and landside operations on a rotating 24/7 schedule that includes nights, weekends, holidays and mandatory call-ins. Responsibilities include the inspection of airside, terminal, cargo, FBO, and landside facilities. Other duties include coordinating airport construction, issuing NOTAMs, ensuring FAR Part 139 compliance, coordinating special events, enforcing the jetport's SWPPP, mitigating wildlife hazards, responding to emergencies, answering calls for service, supervision of the airport operations center, and other duties as assigned. Reviews and acts on matters involving safety, security, customer service, and other matters as they impact airlines, tenants, and passengers. Responsible for coordinating security and driver's training. Incumbent may assist with updates to the airport's regulatory manuals. Applications may be submitted online, via email, or mailed to human resources. Instructions are available at www.portlandmaine.gov/324/Jobs. Application deadline: April 17, 2015. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6955637.
The duties of a senior tradesworker at a general aviation airport are all-encompassing, broad-ranging and may vary from day-to-day. Requires a wide range of skills and flexibility. Work may include, but not be limited to, preventive maintenance and repair to the following: airfield lighting, HVAC systems, other building systems, plumbing, gate operators, and various other equipment and apparatus. At times, the work may involve mowing and grounds maintenance to include string trimming, grading or irrigation system repairs. Work may be inspected by the crew chief and/or supervisor in progress and upon completion for compliance with instructions and for serviceability of equipment repaired or installed. This position will, at times, need to act as a crew leader on certain projects as assigned. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6951539.
Galveston, Texas. Responsible for overseeing daily operations of a municipal airport. Ensures flight safety, coordinates airport development, manages department budget, and takes full responsibility for efficient management of the facility. Conducts lease negotiations and provides information to prospective tenants for development on the airport. Coordinates and implements safe airfield operating procedures in conjunction with tower operations. Secures and administers grant funds. Serves as airport liaison to and prepares materials for City Council, City Council Airport Committee, Economic Development Partnership Board, and Airport Advisory Board meetings. Investigates tenant/customer complaints, analyzes findings and takes action when necessary; directly communicates with the general public for identification of service needs. Ensures compliance with EPA, FAA, TxDOT and TCEQ regulations. Knowledge of EPA, FAA, TxDOT and TCEQ regulation. Knowledge and skill in securing and administering grant funds. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6956060.
DIRECTOR, AIRPORT ENGINEERING AND CONSTRUCTION
Senior management position responsible for the direction and management of large and small airport projects for Southwest Florida International Airport and Page Field General Aviation Airport. Work involves the direction of approximately four staff, management and oversight of approximately 30 consultants and contractors, and involves high-level contract negotiations. Excellent project management and communication skills required. Reports directly to the division director of development and is responsible for keeping all airport engineering and construction projects on schedule, under budget and fully coordinated with stakeholders. Expert knowledge of engineering and construction principles required. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6956322.
DIRECTOR, FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION
Salary range: $81,008–$139,742. The Huntsville-Madison County (Ala.) Airport Authority is seeking a professional to perform administrative and financial management work in directing the accounting, financial, purchasing, MIS, DBE, and property functions of the Port of Huntsville which include: Huntsville International Airport, International Intermodal Center, and Jetplex Industrial Park. Candidate should have a bachelor’s degree in accounting, business, or public administration, CPA or CMA desirable. Candidate should have a minimum of eight years of experience in managing diverse administrative and financial functions. Competitive salary (based on experience/education) and excellent benefits: family health, health reimbursement account, retirement, disability, educational assistance, etc. Applications can be submitted at http://flyhuntsville.applicantpro.com. Equal opportunity employer. Drug free workplace.
Manages the overall direction, coordination, and evaluation of Greenbrier Valley (W.Va.)Airport in accordance with FAA, W.Va. Aeronautics Commission, federal, state, and local laws. For detailed information and submission info, go to http://www.gvairport.com/employment-opportunities.html. Salary range 70K + Submittal deadline April 15, 2015.
AIRPORT BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT MANAGER
The City of Santa Barbara, Calif., is looking for a dynamic individual to manage the airport's business strategy, including land development and air service operations. Reports directly to the airport director and manages property management, marketing, parking operations, capital programs, departmental budgeting, internal accounting and administrative services. Develops and implements short and long-term strategies to maximize non-aviation revenues, leads implementation of business initiatives for commercial land development, concessions and rental car activities, and redevelopment of existing facilities. Directs the negotiation of agreements with the airlines, including rates and charges. Requires six or more years of progressively responsible experience involving general management, finance, marketing, business related to airports, including three or more years in a managerial or administrative capacity. A bachelor's degree in business administration, public administration, aviation management or related field and an AAAE accreditation is desirable. Annual salary range $105,127-$127,782. Visit website SantaBarbaraCa.gov/jobs
PROJECT MANAGER, A/E SERVICES
Massachusetts Port Authority. Provides Massport Departments, Massport tenants, various public agencies, and officials with architectural and engineering services. Leads A/E services’ efforts on plan reviews for both authority and tenant projects along with maintenance of authority standard specifications. In addition, responsible for management of select capital projects. Job requirements and qualifications - Education level: bachelor’s degree or master’s degree in architecture or engineering. Experience in related field - eight-10 years of professional experience in the design and construction of buildings and facilities required. Experience at an airport and/or seaport property preferred. Working knowledge of building codes, regulations and ordinances required. Apply online at http://agency.governmentjobs.com/massport/default.cfm.
AIRPORT TERMINAL PLANNER III
AECOM has an excellent career opportunity for an experienced airport terminal planner based in Philadelphia. Plays a key role assessing terminal space requirements, function, and developing concepts at major commercial service airports. Proficiency with FAA Advisory Circulars and IATA Airport Development Reference Manual is required. Should have experience preparing airport terminal planning studies, including preparing space planning and programming requirements, aircraft gate planning, and terminal concept development. Software capabilities should include AutoCAD, Sketch Up, or comparable 3D modeling/rendering software, and Adobe Creative Suite are all highly desirable. Should be able to lead a team and facilitate client workshops. This is an opportunity to work on some of the largest and most interesting aviation projects in the U.S. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6928256.
MANAGER OF MARKETING AND PUBLIC RELATIONS
Metropolitan Airport Authority of Peoria, Ill. 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/6928521.
CONTRACTS AND DOCUMENT CONTROL SPECIALIST
Massachusetts Port Authority. Plans, manages and coordinates process standardization and process improvements of various systems utilized by capital programs (CPEA) to deliver well-designed, operational projects for the authority and its customers. In addition, serves as primary source of competency and leading authority on project document control, information management and records management, is responsible for developing and overseeing record retention policies, and overseeing all the department’s standards and guidelines. Job requirements and qualifications: Education level - bachelor’s degree in a related field. Law degree is a plus. Experience in related field - two to seven years of experience in a related field. Apply online at http://agency.governmentjobs.com/massport/default.cfm.
MANAGER OF AIRFIELD OPERATIONS
Tampa International Airport (TPA) is the premier gateway to the West Coast of Florida with a market area of 7.3 million people living within a two-hour drive. The airport serves approximately 17 million passengers per year with 77 domestic and international destinations. TPA is actively recruiting for a new manager of airfield operations. Reporting to the director of operations, this position is responsible for managing daily operations of the airfield and ramp operations on a 24/7 basis; and administers the allocation of resources, establishing policies and procedures, initiating programs, and managing personnel to ensure the continuity of operations; coordinates, monitors, and/or implements operational activities with key management representatives from the airlines, FAA, TSA, tenants, construction and other individuals within and outside the authority. For a more detailed job description and instructions on how to apply, visit www.tampaairport.com/Employment or forward resume to HRjobs@tampaairport.com.
Landrum & Brown, a global leader in airport and aviation planning, is seeking an aviation planner for its New York, N.Y., office. Responsibilities include assisting aviation clients with planning and analyzing the layout of various airport facilities. Planning projects will include development of all phases of airport master plans, terminal plans and supporting facilities. Analyses will include evaluation of operational feasibility and efficiency, compliance with FAA Airport Design Standards, and evaluation of obstructions to air navigation and facility resource utilization and allocation. The successful candidate will possess a bachelor’s or master’s degree in planning, architecture, civil engineering or a related field and three to seven years of progressive experience. Strong technical skills include a working knowledge of spreadsheet and database applications, current experience using AutoCAD and GIS, understanding of Federal Aviation Regulations and FAA guidance documents. For additional information, email email@example.com or visit the firm's website at http://www.landrum-brown.com/career_openings.htm.
GSP Airport District, S.C. Responsible for the coordination of activities and ensuring timely flow of information to and from the executive office. Handles details of a highly confidential and critical nature, and must function efficiently and effectively in a fast-paced professional environment. Requires a proven ability to independently manage multiple tasks and projects with competing priorities and deadlines, screen and prioritize communications and opportunities from external and internal sources, and organize and maintain administrative processes. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6918699.
AVIATION TECHNOLOGY SERVICE MANAGER
The City of San Jose-Mineta, San Jose International Airport. This is a leadership position responsible for developing, executing, and maintaining the strategic direction for information technology implementations and related functions at San Jose International Airport. This will include planning, management, coordination, and execution of IT strategic goals and objectives that are in alignment with the overall operational and business goals and objectives of San Jose International Airport. Responsible for directing the research and development of technical solutions, as well as ongoing support and maintenance of existing department-specific applications and systems. The successful candidate will supervise and lead a diverse team with varying skills and disciplines consisting of both departmental and third-party employees. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6918752.
Department of Aeronautics, Gerald R. Ford International Airport. $11/hour. A summer internship (approximately 15 weeks) exists for a talented and motivated individual who is interested in gaining exposure and experience in an airport environment. This opportunity is a cooperative effort between the Kent County Department of Aeronautics and tenants at Gerald R. Ford International Airport. The intern will spend at least one week in each of the airport’s divisions, which include operations, facilities, finance and administration; and one to two days with tenants that represent different segments of the airport community. In addition, the intern will be assigned one major project to be completed during the program. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6903458.
AIRPORTS MARKETING AND PUBLIC RELATIONS COORDINATOR
The City of Fresno Airports Department is currently seeking an airports marketing coordinator with a primary focus on developing and implementing marketing strategies that address the economic and competitive environment in the aviation industry. Reporting to the assistant director of aviation, duties include developing and implementing marketing strategies and activities that promote and support the Fresno airport system's mission to plan, develop, manage and operate safe, efficient and attractive aviation facilities, to provide exceptional services and promote the economic interests of the San Joaquin Valley. Interested and qualified applicants must submit an official City of Fresno application online. Applications may be submitted at www.fresno.gov/jobs. For information on how to complete an online application, please view "Instruction Guide" on the city's website, Personnel Services Career Opportunities page, or call 559-621-6950 for assistance.
EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT - BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT LEADER
Gresham, Smith and Partners. Primary responsibility is establishing the overall strategic vision and direction of the aviation market by serving as a leader in the research/information gathering process to identify new services and geographic areas with sustainable growth potential. The successful individual will be responsible for developing and implementing annual business development tactical plans, and collaborating with other professional architects, engineers and contractors to continue growing the firm's aviation practice. The most important performance objectives are leading the firm-wide business development efforts of professionals and contributing to the growth of firm's aviation practice markets. Seeking individual who has all the skills and passion to lead a group of professionals and build upon the success of the firm's current market strengths to capitalize on its growth potential. AA/EOE. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6863459.
CIVIL ENGINEER 1 (P4) - AVIATION TRA00265
The largest 100 percent Native American-owned A&E firm in the U.S., WHPacific serves its clients throughout the country and beyond with fully integrated professional services. WHPacific delivers its wide range of services through 400 in-house staff to meet the needs of its diverse clientele. WHPacific is consistently ranked among the nation's top 500 design companies by Engineering News Record. This position provides project engineering with an aviation focus. This position will be part of a team, or a project team lead involved in the planning, programming, design, construction, construction administration, and grant management of projects for airport sponsors. Must become proficient in FAA procedures and processes, especially FAA Advisory Circulars. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6854214.