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AIRPORT DIRECTOR OF FACILITIES MAINTENANCE
Augusta Regional Airport. The Airport Director of Facility Maintenance performs professional leadership and management duties necessary for the maintenance and improvement of airport equipment and facilities within the guidelines of federal and state regulations, engineering guidelines and practices, and Airport Policies and Procedures. The Airport Director of Facility Maintenance assists architects, engineers, contractors, tenants, vendors, and other co-workers as required concerning facility maintenance Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, overseeing the Facility Maintenance Department and managing the Facility Maintenance budget to ensure it stays within Airport policies and guidelines. This position participates in the management of maintenance and construction projects related to airfield, terminal buildings, airport maintained buildings, roads, and parking lots. For more information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/8264567.
EXPERIENCED CIVIL ENGINEER
Mead & Hunt, Inc., a nationally recognized professional services consulting firm, is seeking an experienced civil engineer for our Santa Rosa office. Responsibilities include designing and drafting construction documents for aviation projects; overseeing staff for quantity takeoffs, grading calculations, vertical profile designs, and developing details; supervising less experienced staff on construction observation tasks; reading, understanding, and interpreting FAA Advisory Circulars for less experienced staff to perform design tasks. Travel will be required. For more information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/8264866.
EXPERIENCED CIVIL ENGINEER
Mead & Hunt, Inc., a nationally recognized professional services consulting firm, is seeking an experienced civil engineer for our Ontario office. Responsibilities include designing and drafting construction documents for aviation projects; overseeing staff for quantity takeoffs, grading calculations, vertical profile designs, and developing details; supervising less experienced staff on construction observation tasks; reading, understanding, and interpreting FAA Advisory Circulars for less experienced staff to perform design tasks. Travel will be required. For more information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/8264872.
EXPERIENCED CIVIL ENGINEER
Mead & Hunt, Inc., a nationally recognized professional services consulting firm, is seeking an experienced civil engineer for our Sacramento office. Responsibilities include designing and drafting construction documents for aviation projects; overseeing staff for quantity takeoffs, grading calculations, vertical profile designs, and developing details; supervising less experienced staff on construction observation tasks; reading, understanding, and interpreting FAA Advisory Circulars for less experienced staff to perform design tasks. Travel will be required. For more information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/8264882.
LaGuardia Gateway Partners. You are achievement driven, business oriented, organizationally minded and ready to lead a dynamic team of aviation professionals in the response, coordination and communication of the airport’s day-to-day operations. You are a proactive and decisive individual looking to provide strong leadership and guidance to a team that oversees the safety, security and efficiency of LaGuardia’s Terminal B airport facilities and operations. You will use your sound judgment to manage operational and emergency situations and ensure a high level of customer service to tenants and travelers in an ever-changing environment. You are a strong communicator, excel under pressure and possess strong problem solving capabilities. Your organizational skills will come into play as you create facility schedules, and manage multiple complexities simultaneously in this fast paced environment. Drawing on these skills, you may be called upon to respond to media inquiries in the absence of the designated spokesperson. For more information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/8260604.
LaGuardia Gateway Partners. The Director, Operations plans, coordinates and directs the operations of the Central Terminal Building (CTB) with a primary focus on safety, security and customer service. The Director, Operations is responsible for the effective and efficient overall running of the CTB, and associated airside operating area within LaGuardia Gateway Partner’s (LGP) leased airside areas, as well as the smooth-functioning of the terminal’s Operations Center. The Director, Operations leads the Operations management team, ensuring that the various groups such as safety, security, Operations Center, customer experience, and environment are working collaboratively to achieve performance objectives in keeping with airport best practices, and working pro-actively to identify and mitigate operational risks. Liaises with other LGP functions to optimize the entire terminal experience. Please see http://laguardiagatewaypartners.com/careers/career-opportunities/ for complete job posting.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS COORDINATOR
The Delaware River & Bay Authority. This position is primarily responsible for ensuring the safety and security of the runways and taxiway system under Part 139 requirements, and relevant Authority interests and properties managed by the Airport Department in accordance with policies, rules, regulations, and local, state, and federal guidelines. Operations Coordinator staff are required to work shift schedules as assigned. Staff may also be called upon to perform additional duties, including duties related to routine facilities maintenance such as snow removal, as needed. This position is essential and is subject to call 24 hours a day as necessary to maintain operations at the Wilmington Philadelphia Regional Airport, a primary commercial service airport. Other requirements: Ability to pass airfield driver certification, Part 139 and SIDA testing within 60 days of hire; Subject to background investigation, STA and CHRC; Ability to be trained in the operation of a firearm; Effective communication skills; Closing Date: July 22, 2016. Apply online at www.drba.net or submit an application and resume to: Delaware River and Bay Authority Human Resources Department P.O. Box 71 New Castle, DE 19720 FAX (302) 571-6420.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS SPECIALIST
The Delaware River & Bay Authority. This position is primarily responsible for ensuring the safety and security of the runways and taxiway system, as well as relevant Authority interests and properties managed by the Airport Division in accordance with policies, rules, regulations, and local, state, and federal guidelines. Operations Specialist staff are required to work shift schedules as assigned. Incumbents may also be called upon to perform additional duties, including duties related to routine facilities maintenance, as needed. This position is essential and is subject to call 24 hours a day as necessary to maintain continuous daily operations at the Cape May and Millville Airports in South Jersey. Other requirements: Ability to pass airfield driver certification within 60 days of hire; Subject to background investigation and/or a 10 year CHRC; Ability to be trained in the use an operation of a firearm; Wildlife recognition and training; Effective communication skills. Interested applicants may apply online at www.drba.net or submit an application and resume to: Delaware River and Bay Authority Human Resources Department P.O. Box 71 New Castle, DE 19720 FAX (302) 571-6420.
SENIOR ENGINEER II
City of Dayton, Department of Aviation. Incumbents develop, coordinate, design and manage capital improvement and master plan projects. Writes requests for Proposals and prepares cost estimates and contract documents relevant to the Capital Improvement Program. Coordinates engineering design work, construction activities, and oversees inspections to ensure projects are technically sound and completed on schedule. Manages and coordinates projects with other departments/division.s Will work with City, State, private engineering firms, contractors, and work crews to verify quality work is performed and construction time frames are met throughout the phases of construction. Incumbents must maintain a broad knowledge of engineering theory and practice in all phases of civil engineering and surveying. Be familiar with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) rules and regulations that govern airport operations, design and construction activities, including airport security requirements as directed by the Transportation Security Administration (TSA). Must be knowledgeable in preparing FAA Capital Improvement Plan and related federal grant applications. For more information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/8261123.
AIRPORT TERMINAL SERVICES SUPERVISOR
Port of Oakland, Calif. Supervises, inspects, evaluates and directs the work of custodial staff engaged in cleaning and maintaining a variety of airport facilities. Efficiently prioritizes, organizes and directs the activities of a custodial unit, including training custodians on best practices, and identifies and reports maintenance needs to ensure all airport terminal facilities, curbsides and surrounding areas are in a clean, orderly and safe operating condition for all stakeholders. Ensures all maintenance-related requests are completed in a timely manner. The port is seeking qualified individuals who possess an associate’s degree with major coursework in communications, business, education or a related field and three years of progressively responsible experience in custodial service, including at least two years in a lead or supervisory capacity. Apply by July 5 online via the port's website at http://www.portofoakland.com. Equal opportunity employer.
The Spokane (Wash.) Airport Board is seeking written proposals from qualified brokers to provide liability and property insurance broker services to Spokane International Airport, Felts Field Airport and the Airport Business Park. The board intends to contract for services with one Broker to assist with its liability and property insurance coverages and risk management program for a three-year period. The selected broker will provide services, including, but not limited to, providing coverage recommendations, placing the insurance coverages, risk management and claims services. One original and six copies of broker’s proposal must be submitted by 2 p.m., DST, July 6, 2016. Proposals must be delivered to Spokane International Airport, 9000 West Airport Drive, #204, Spokane, WA 99224. Proposals delivered after 2 p.m. DST, July 6, 2016, will not be accepted. The RFP is posted on the airport’s website at http://business.spokaneairports.net/rfp/.
Chicago Department of Aviation. Manages noise mitigation, monitoring and abatement projects for areas surrounding O’Hare and Midway International airports. Monitors work of consultants providing services for the Airport Noise Management System, the Fly Quiet Program, and the Residential Sound Insulation Program. Manages and directs a major and large-scale program or project of significant size and scope in terms of budget, operations and/or staffing. Consults with staff and consultants to determine scope of services, budgets and specifications for projects; establishes timelines and implements processes to track and monitor the progress of projects and the accomplishment of key objectives. Develops contract terms and monitors services provided by private contractors ensuring contract provisions meet program specifications. Serves as liaison with airport customers, air traffic control, public/government agencies, working committees and local community groups. Attends community meetings to assist in or make presentations regarding noise monitoring, abatement and mitigation issues. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/8254271.
Corgan is actively recruiting an experienced planner to join its growing aviation practice in Dallas. The firm is currently working on innovative and challenging projects throughout the U.S. and is pursuing new opportunities overseas. The ideal candidate will be a team-oriented, highly-motivated individual seeking progressively more responsible assignments on a variety of aviation projects with previous experience planning terminals at medium to large airports. Experience in the aviation field and a willingness to travel is required. Knowledge of current aviation industry regulations pertaining to airport terminal planning is required as well as FAA Advisory Circulars and orders. Knowledge of International Civil Aviation Organizations (ICAO) airport design/operation standards and International Air Transportation Association (IATA) planning standards are a plus. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/8250439.
The Flathead Municipal Airport Authority is accepting applications for a firefighter position until the position is filled. Under direct supervision of the fire chief and other officers, the firefighter fulfills the requirements set forth in 49 U.S.C. Part 139 by performing airport operations duties, aircraft rescue and firefighting response, emergency medical treatment, and peripheral security. Pay and schedule pay is $17 per hour. Full-time, permanent schedule; 40 hours per week, including nights, weekends and holiday, plus overtime as required. Application packages are available by calling 406-257-5994 or via email request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sanford Airport Authority. Responsible for all activity on Orlando Sanford International Airport property, including the air operations area, domestic and international terminal buildings, terminal parking, ground transportation, fuel farms, general aviation, hangars, tenants and industrial park. Responsible for ensuring compliance with all rules and regulations set forth by the Sanford Airport Authority in Airport Rules and Regulations, compliance with Part 139 and the Airport Certification Manual, and compliance with Part 1542 and the Airport Security Program. This is an entry-level position with a salary of $28,325. A four-year degree in aviation management or six years of operations experience at a small hub or larger airport is required. Resume and applications are due by 5 p.m. July 15, 2016, or until the position is filled. Forward a resume and cover letter to email@example.com.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS SUPERVISOR
Mineta San Jose International Airport. The position may be assigned to programs within the airport operations division, including airside, security and landside. Programs within these sections include airfield operations, manager-on-duty, noise monitoring, emergency planning, general aviation, terminal management, public parking, airport shuttle and ground transportation, parking and traffic control, security compliance, airport identification badging, and airport operations center functions. May require the supervision of a large number of staff and requires an individual with a high level of leadership and supervision. May interact regularly with airport customers, contractors, tenants, government agencies, and other city departments. Successful candidates must demonstrate excellent communication skills and the ability to handle confidential and sensitive information. Depending on assignment, airport operations supervisor positions work traditional shifts, as well as non-traditional shifts, covering 24 hours per day, seven days per week, including weekends and holidays. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/8239197.
PRINCIPAL PROPERTY MANAGER
City of San Jose - Mineta San Jose International Airport. Under direction of deputy director of aviation of the finance/administration division for the airport, the principal property manager position plans, organizes and manages all aspects of airport lease and property development. Responsible for complex tenant negotiations, transactions and RFPs in addition to developing, writing, reviewing and presenting complex reports, documents and correspondence. Requires expert knowledge in airport property management, airline, operating agreements, concessions agreements, tenant leases, tenant licenses and permits, real estate development, retail concession development in an airport environment, contract provisions, and airport leasing laws and legal procedures, and rate setting methodologies. Requires a strong understanding of FAA regulations, aviation industry standards, state statues, city ordinances, expert negotiation and interpersonal skills and strong oral and written communication skills. Certified property managers are desired. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/8239206.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS TECHNICIAN
Scottsdale Airport, Ariz. Entry level airport operations technician. Salary range: $32,115-$46,571 annually. Inspects airport facilities, reports deficiencies, corrects and/or initiates follow up corrective action. Acts as a security presence; monitors and records aircraft activity. Maintains detailed written daily operations log/shift summary of inspections, incident reports and aircraft activity reports. Communicates face to face and by radio with airport users, including tenants, tower personnel, co-workers and emergency agencies on airport safety procedures and regulations. Responds to airfield incidents/accidents. Enforces airfield rules/regulations; investigates and follows up on complaints; issues notices of violation. Enforces noise abatement policies and procedures. Processes noise complaints. Performs minor maintenance duties in support of the operations/maintenance unit requiring operating equipment and performing manual labor. Scottsdale Airport is open seven days a week, 24 hours a day, including holidays. This position could work either first, second or third shift. Apply online at www.scottsdaleaz.gov.
ASSOCIATE GENERAL COUNSEL
The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority is seeking to hire an associate general counsel for the Office of general counsel at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport. The associate general counsel is the airports authority's lead attorney and legal advisor to airports authority management on all aspects of construction-related activities in its aviation enterprise, advises on and represents the airports authority in its commercial programs and conducts special projects in all areas of law (including constitutional law, administrative law, contract law, tort law and property law) in both the aviation enterprise and the Dulles Corridor Enterprise of the airports authority. Excellent starting wages and benefits package. Please visit the authority's website for the complete job announcement and qualification requirement details at www.mwaa.com and to apply online. EOE.
DIRECTOR OF AVIATION
The City of Pueblo, Colorado, is accepting applications for director of aviation from June 15 to July 15, 2016. Under the general administrative direction of the city manager or deputy city manager, this appointive position is responsible for the development, operation and maintenance of the municipal airport. Interested individuals can view additional details and submit a letter of interest, resume and salary history by going to our web site at www.pueblo.us/jobs.
AIRPORT ACCESS CONTROL SYSTEM ADMINISTRATOR
Turn a diploma and love of aviation into a career with opportunities for growth and development. Tulsa Airports Improvement Trust offer generous benefits, including 13 paid holidays, a work/life balance, and a pension plan with an 11.5% match. Tulsa International Airport is seeking a recent aviation-related college grad to join its team as its airport access control system administrator. Ready to come S.O.A.R. with us? For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/8238812.
The Air Line Pilots Association seeks a staff engineer for its Herndon, Virginia, office to provide staff coordination and liaison with government, industry and professional groups on behalf of the ALPA Air Safety Organization; other association committees and Master Executive Councils; and the engineering and air safety department. Provides coordination and technical support for a variety of operational issues across the air traffic control subject area. Must be able to understand, evaluate and communicate the benefits and concerns that emerge from constantly changing processes, technologies and air traffic control systems, and TERPS procedures, for both current and planned operational improvements to the airspace system; effectively represent the association by interacting with government and industry safety officials and build and maintain a network of contacts for that purpose; and develops and coordinates written communications to membership, government and industry groups outlining ALPA positions on a wide variety of issues. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/8239063.
CONSTRUCTION PROJECT MANAGER
Q&D Construction, Inc. is currently seeking an experienced construction project manager to work in its aviation division who exhibits its values of service, integrity and quality. Candidates that are a strong cultural fit can demonstrate that they are self-motivated, honest, and hard-working. General responsibilities include: profit manager - ensure timely billing and collections to create a positive cash flow on projects. Utilize Q&D unit cost procedure and monitor for correct input of daily production from field. Provide an accurate project financial forecast. Administration Manager - Responsible for communication and administration of project from job set up to job closeout. Responsible for timely and accurate documentation throughout duration of project. Meet contractual obligations. Team Leader - Identify and resolve safety concerns and trends. Lead project meetings. Responsible for client communication and client satisfaction. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/8231976.
PRESIDENT AND CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
The president and CEO of the Rhode Island Airport Corporation is responsible for leading the six state-owned airports, including T.F. Green/Providence. Under the direction of the board of directors, the CEO is responsible for the strategic development of RIAC through oversight of all functions and activities at all airports operated under RIAC’s authority. At this stage in RIAC’s development, the board is seeking a dynamic, visionary and strategic leader who can capture the substantial growth opportunity available to RIAC within the evolving global aviation industry. The CEO represents RIAC in all airport-related matters and is responsible for policy development; maintaining RIAC’s fiscal integrity; anticipating and planning RIAC’s budgetary and development needs; and maintaining positive employee, community and political relations. The position provides leadership, management, coaching and guidance to RIAC staff and coordinates, cultivates and preserves a harmonious working relationship with RIAC stakeholders (including local, state, and national government bodies). For additional information, http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/8231842.
ENTRY-LEVEL AIRPORT PLANNER
Mead & Hunt’s aviation practice is growing and has an exceptional opportunity available for an entry-level airport planner to join its Ontario office. Responsibilities include writing aviation, environmental and land use planning documents; conducting research on aviation and environmental related issues; and developing graphics and exhibits to support written documents. Travel will be necessary. A valid driver’s license is also required. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/8235582.
Two positions. See City of Dallas website (www.dallascityhall.com). Wildlife - Under immediate supervision, performs inspections on fences and buildings to find birds’ nests and informs tenants on methodology for proper removal; collects specimens for bird strike analysis, follows all federal and local rules and regulations regarding protected species act and proper hazing techniques; follows the Wildlife Hazard Assessment to make sure airport complies with FAR Part 139 requirements. Noise - Under immediate supervision, learns to operate a computerized aircraft noise and flight track monitoring system to evaluate aircraft noise and operations and related impacts on residents and the public; investigates and responds to community complaints regarding aircraft noise; develops and maintains a database for community noise complaints; monitors compliance with airport voluntary noise program; evaluates performance of and troubleshoots aircraft monitoring system, remote noise monitoring stations, computer equipment and other devices used in monitoring aircraft noise and flight tracks. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/8231135.
AVIATION PROPERTY MANAGER 2
Port of Seattle. Manages aviation division leases for the Port of Seattle, and serves as a liaison between the port, tenants and customers. Provides essential services to the Port of Seattle by managing key business relationships at Sea-Tac International Airport, as landlord, to the port’s many tenants and customers. Provides high-level negotiation, financial analysis, communication and account management for the port’s new and existing airport tenants. Engages in decision-making for the highest and best use of leased areas, interim uses and justification, and development of potential capacity-related capital projects. The Port of Seattle is an equal opportunity employer, affirmative action employer and is committed to diversity in the workplace. Minorities, women, veterans and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/8222436.
DIRECTOR, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND MARKETING
Under the direction of the chief administrative officer, represents the airports’ interests with business, industry and property developers to enhance JMAA’s overall business profile, including air service, property development/management, concessions, and advertising programs. Work involves representing the airport and coordinating with various economic development partners to identify and to attract additional diverse air services, airport-based businesses and industries. Acts as the airport’s lead contact and advisor to business and organizations, working with them to identify factors needed to improve the attractiveness of the airports, and coordinates with public and private entities to establish conditions to meet these needs. Participates in various public and private economic development activities, including, but not limited to, conceptual program design, development of implementation strategies and schedules, solicitations of public and private developers, economic development planning, budget preparation and inter-governmental coordination, and public information. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/8225799.
DIRECTOR, AVIATION PUBLIC SAFETY AND SECURITY
Global, regional or local, the ideal candidate will believe the safety and security of all travelers is of the utmost importance. Thinks strategically, manages collaboratively and enjoys working with a diverse and accomplished team of police officers, firefighters and other skilled public safety professionals. Together with TSA, FAA, U.S. Customs and Border Protection and other local partners, ensures that the award-winning airport keeps its region connected while remaining a safe place to work, visit and enjoy. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/8218515. For a full description and to apply, visit www.portofportland.com. Position closes June 29, 2016.
AIRPORT SECURITY COORDINATOR
The Capital Region Airport Commission is recruiting for the position of airport security coordinator at Richmond (Va.) International Airport. Under the general supervision of the operations manager, the airport security coordinators are primarily responsible for the daily coordination of the airport’s badging office. This includes the administration and monitoring of the airport access ID program involving identification/access badges, keys and parking decal processing, issuance and security record management as they pertain to the airport's airport security program, and FAA and TSA security requirements. This also includes the administration, review and monitoring of the fingerprint/criminal history checks, threat assessments, airport identification issuance and record keeping/retention process for regulatory compliance. Assists with airport operations duties/functions as directed. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/8215491.
AIRPORT PROPERTIES MANAGER
Milwaukee County, Wis. Plans, develops and implements general aviation and cargo concessions programs and related commercial passenger services; develops new/expanded business. Negotiates, writes and manages airline leases, concession agreements, permits, contracts and operating agreements and amendments that generate approx. $9 million in sales and $15 million in annual revenue; monitors DBE compliance. Writes RFP and bid specifications to award concession and professional service agreements; prepares board reports and resolutions. Provides concession revenue projections for budget; prepares fiscal reports; resolves delinquent accounts; facilitates audits. Monitors compliance with leases, agreements, contracts, airport rules and regulations; ensures compliance with federal, state and local regulations; conducts periodic inspections. Provides information to potential and current tenants regarding leasing policies and procedures. Reviews and evaluates tenant facility construction design and alteration drawings. Formulates and implements policies, procedures and controls in accordance with federal, state, local laws, regulations and guidelines. Responds to inquiries by public officials, tenants, prospective tenants, appraisers, media, etc. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/8215589.
DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC RELATIONS
Louisville (Ky.) Regional Airport Authority. Under the policy and direction of the executive director, establishes and maintains an easily accessible line of communication between the airport authority and the news media, airport users and airport neighbors; residents and businesses in the region; government, business and civic leaders; airport tenants; and airport employees. Promotes the use of both Louisville International Airport and Bowman Field through public relations channels, i.e., special events, tours, speeches, media relations and social media. Provides direct supervision to PR manager and PR specialist. Directs the airport volunteer program, including volunteer development. Apply online at www.flylouisville.com. Equal opportunity employer, drug free workplace.
RS&H, Inc. The ideal candidate will have an immediate opportunity to lead airport planning projects of all kinds, including in a project manager role. Qualifications: bachelor's or master's of planning or other professionally recognized equivalent discipline from an accredited university. Seven-plus years of experience with (preferably) four-plus years in airport facilities at small, medium or large hub airports. Core Competencies: In addition to the position's skills, education and experience requirements, the following RS&H competencies are considered foundational to understanding performance, now and in the future. Teamwork, leadership, change orientation. An equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, or protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability. View equal employment opportunity posters provided by OFCCP at http://www.dol.gov/ofccp/regs/compliance/posters/ofccpost.htm. Apply online at http://www.Click2Apply.net/4zct887p25.
AIRPORT DIRECTOR OF ENGINEERING
Augusta (Ga.) Regional Airport. Performs professional engineering and management duties necessary for the maintenance and improvement of airport equipment and facilities within the guidelines of federal and state regulations, engineering guidelines and practices, and airport policies and procedures. Works with airport staff, as well as FAA, GDOT, airport contractors, vendors and city personnel in the oversight of airport projects. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, developing and overseeing all capital projects, bids and specifications; the management and development of construction projects related to airfield, terminal buildings, airport buildings, roads and parking lots. Manages the airport capital improvement program. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/8211942.
AIRPORT POLICE CHIEF
Jackson (Miss.) Municipal Airport Authority. Under the supervision of the chief operating officer, the JMAA chief of police has operational responsibility for directing all police and emergency medical response requirements of the police department in accordance with FAA and TSA regulatory requirements. The chief of police may also assume the supervision of the operations department in the absence of the manager of operations and COO.
MANAGER OF CAPITAL PROGRAMMING
Manages capital programs at the airport authority’s facilities. Supports and contributes to the development and implementation of the authority’s master plans. Coordinates and directs projects in support of the authority’s capital improvement program. Under the direction of the director of capital programming, this experienced manager will implement Jackson Municipal Airport Authority’s strategic initiatives for airport planning, the capital improvement program, as well as, the airport authority’s project management support services group. Works on a broad range of airport planning, design and construction projects. Responsibilities include coordinating planning, design and construction of airfield, landside and terminal facilities. Collaborates with various stakeholders for expansion and renovation of airport properties. Manages large, multi-year, multi-discipline engineering projects and activities of consultant engaged in feasibility studies, cost estimates, project design and site inspections, ensuring compliance with airport and engineering design standards.
AVIATION ASSOCIATE MARKETING AND COMMUNICATIONS REPRESENTATIVE
Port of Oakland. Salary: $7,466-$9,250/month. Serves as part of Oakland International Airport’s Aviation Marketing and Communications team and implements programs that market the airport to travelers and airlines. Develops and executes multi-media marketing campaigns for business to business and business to consumer environments. The successful candidate will possess a combination of education and experience that reflects the required knowledge, skills and ability to perform the aforementioned functions. Bachelor’s degree in business, marketing, economics or closely related fields. Three years of experience associated with aviation marketing. The port’s compensation and benefit program ranks among the best in the region for public jurisdictions. Comprehensive benefit package. To apply for this exceptional opportunity or obtain more details, visit www.portofoakland.com. Apply by June 21, 2016. EOE
Responsible for performing the duties required to manage the area of properties for the Greenville-Spartanburg Airport District. Such areas shall include overall property management and associated contract administration, terminal concessions management and administration and ground transportation administration. Responsible for performing a variety of property, tenant and concession management/development activities required which will include drafting and negotiation of request for proposals/bids and lease agreements, and inspection of district land and facilities. Also responsible for assisting with the administration of the airport environs area. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/8205106.
Jackson Municipal Airport Authority. Manages the daily activities of the procurement department functions. Manages solicitations for commodities and services in support of operations and maintenance, participates in the capital improvement program planning and execution, and general contract administration. Develops procedures related to the procurement of commodities, non-professional services, professional services, and other agreements in compliance with policy, regulations and statutory requirements. Manages vendor, supplier, non-professional and professional service provider resources, including the management of existing and proposed agreements, development of specifications for goods and services, and other data to ensure: competitive pricing, fulfillment of contractual obligations, and equal opportunities for participation by Disadvantaged Business Enterprises (DBEs), Minority and Woman Owned Businesses, and Small Businesses. Retains overall management responsibility for procurement planning, daily operational decision making, commodities orders, contracts and service agreements and assists other management staff with the development, review and status of capital budgets, and annual operations and maintenance budgets, and forecasts.
TERMINAL SYSTEMS AND WAYFINDING SENIOR MANAGER
SFO seeks a terminal systems, Signage and wayfinding senior manager to manage its terminal systems and wayfinding sections. Plans, develops, implements, and oversees operations of airport-owned common-use systems and equipment, as well as the content and placement of all public airport digital, dynamic and static signage and messaging displays. Duties include providing leadership and direction in developing complex common use system programs and projects, setting departmental objectives, prioritizing projects and managing the implementation of program changes related to common use systems, public information displays and signage, serving as the technical advisor and primary point of contact regarding airport-owned systems to various airport divisions, federal agencies and senior management staff. For more information, visit: http://www.jobaps.com/SF/sup/BulPreview.asp?R1=PBT&R2=0933&R3=067457.
DIRECTOR, AVIATION BUSINESS AND FINANCE
Massport. The director, aviation business and finance of Massport oversees and is responsible for annual $550 million revenue, $300 million operating expense activity at three airports. The incumbent plans, organizes, and directs all business and financial operations and related activities of the aviation department and develops strategic short- and long-term business and financial plans for all aviation business activities. This position also assures strong financial policies, procedures and reporting systems and conformance to the same for financial transactions. The successful candidate will have a master’s degree in finance, public administration or business administration or related field or equivalent professional experience and 10+ years of management experience in airport business management, including FAA regulations and airport financing. Expertise in developing business strategies and executing complex negotiations and experience in airport-airline relations also required. For instructions on how to apply, visit the searches tab at www.adkexecutivesearch.com. Position closes June 27, 2016.
FIRE SAFETY OFFICER
Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport. Trains for and responds to fire alarms and declared emergencies to provide efficient airport safety and security protection. Performs as a certified emergency medical technical using life safety skills. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/8197943.
SENIOR FUELING ENGINEER
T.Y. Lin International. Requires technical expertise in mechanical systems design and engineering. The duties include: planning/scheduling of engineering work, client contacts, business development activities, performing more advanced design, directing/planning the work of staff, organizing/developing contract plans, and developing contract specifications, bid estimates for aviation and other fueling systems projects. Project components typically include pumps and piping, fuel transmission and distribution lines, fuel storage tanks, leak detection systems and control systems. Duties and responsibilities: Develops production work plans, schedules and budgets; works with principal engineer to establish contract budgets and scopes of work; leads aviation and other fueling system project teams; ensures proper codes and standards are being used by engineers on projects; supervises, coordinates and reviews the work of other engineers and technicians; provides the design staff with guidance and assistance on projects; responsible for the successful completion of projects under his/her direction. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/8142812.
LEAD NAVAIDS ENGINEER
T.Y. Lin International. Miami office is seeking a lead NAVAIDs engineer with business development experience and a technical background in electrical engineering or closely related field, and proficiency in planning, design/construction of visual and non-visual navigational aids infrastructure, air traffic control communications systems and related facilities at commercial service and general aviation airports. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/8142856.