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MANAGER, AIRPORT DIVISION - SOUTHWEST REGION
FAA. Job Announcement Number:EXE-ARP-14-2-36687 Salary range: $122,500-$172,300 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. Open period: Aug. 13, 2014, to Sept. 15, 2014. Series and grade: EV-0340-02. Full time - permanent. One vacancy - Fort Worth, Texas. Who may apply: All sources. Security clearance: Top secret. Supervisory status: Yes. Business component: associate administrator for airports. Permanent change of station (PCS) - In accordance with applicable FAA travel regulations, full relocation benefits will be paid (actual expenses). For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6423977.
Open concurrently to all qualified King County career service employees who are members of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (I.B.E.W.), Local 46, King County career service employees, King County regular exempt employees and the general public. King County International Airport is seeking an experienced electrician capable of working with high voltage, airfield lighting and related facilities to provide excellent electrical and mechanical repair, maintenance, and expertise for airport electrical, electromechanical and electronic airfield systems. Responsibilities will range from 4160v airfield transformers and regulated lighting systems, and will include airport lift stations, security gates and systems, complex lighting and generation units, and building systems and mechanical devices. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6423078.
SENIOR PROPERTY MANAGER I/II
City of San Jose-Mineta San Jose International Airport. Manages the day-to-day responsibilities of the airport property management program, including customer relationships and contracts administration. Under direction of the principal property manager, supervises negotiations and the concession proposal process conducted by property management staff. Establishes/maintains communication with community resource agencies, tenants and other property executives regarding airport properties; be a liaison between groups and city administration officials. Requires expert knowledge in airport property management, airline operating agreements, concessions agreements, tenant leases, licenses and permits, real estate development, concession development in airport environment, contract provisions, 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 communication skills. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6425589.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS MANAGER
City of Idaho Falls Regional Airport (IDA. Responsible for the management of airside/landside operations, security and passenger terminal departments. Position reports to the airport director. Future professional growth possible. Manages operations staff, projects and contracts in compliance with policies, procedures and local, state and federal regulations. Requires bachelor’s degree in aviation management, public administration, or related field. Five-10 years experience in airport operations at a commercial service airport with at least five years experience directly supervising employees required. Preference will be given to applicants with AAAE certified member and/or ACE certifications; ASC experience; and airport snow/ice control operations. To be considered for this position, a resume and a completed city of Idaho Falls application must be submitted at http://www.idahofallsidaho.gov/
DIRECTOR OF FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION
Under minimal supervision, performs professional work of considerable difficulty, directing and coordinating the financial functions, financial compliance elements, as well as federal and state grant compliance activities of the airport system. Responsibilities include but are not limited to policy implementation, direction of programs/service delivery, internal controls and financial assurance, and administrative resource management. Prepares extensive financial reports, manages airport accounting responsibilities to include payroll, accounts receivable, accounting for general aviation activities, and accounts payable; project and grant accounting and compliance; fixed assets, PFCs, CFCs; provides financial analysis, research and statistics. Monitors and evaluates the existing services and develops plans for improvements and future needs. Provides evaluation and input into the development of goals and procedures. Provides narrative, financial and statistical reports as needed. Bachelor’s degree in accounting, or a degree with the equivalent accounting related courses. Master’s degree in finance and/or accounting and CPA licensure are strongly preferred. Must possess a C.M., as offered by the American Association of Airport Executives, or be able to obtain within 24 months of hire. Demonstrated knowledge of accounting standards issued by GASB and FASB. Computer skills in using Excel, Word, Power Point and automated accounting systems. Strong communication and leadership.
AVIATION PROJECT MANAGER
Under minimum supervision, the Aviation Project Manager is responsible for direction and management of FAA and state of Georgia aviation projects within an assigned area of the state. Project management includes the entire life cycle of a project: capital improvement planning, NEPA process, ROW/land acquisition, design, bidding, construction, and close out. Projects include: the federally funded airport improvement program; the federal block grant program and the state airport improvement program. Added management responsibilities include compliance with objectives contained within the statewide aviation systems plan, individual airport master plans, safety regulations, environmental laws, federal land acquisition, federal grant assurance requirements, state airport licensing, all federal and state design standards, and airspace matters.
AIRPORT AID AND DEVELOPMENT MANAGER
Under minimum supervision, the Aviation Development Engineer manages a professional staff and is responsible for the direction and management of statewide, including the federally funded airport improvement program; the federal block grant program and the state airport aid program. Added responsibilities include management and oversight of airport compliance issues associated with FAA's block grant program, the statewide aviation systems plan, individual airport master plans, and safety requirements during construction, environmental review, federal land acquisition, grant assurance requirements, state airport licensing and airspace matters.
Milwaukee County. Reports to Director of Transportation—Milwaukee County. Location: Milwaukee, Wis. Travel: as necessary. Responsible for the safe, efficient, profitable development and operation of the daily and ongoing airport and the airport division overall as well as ad hoc special projects. Oversees program of air service development; commercial development effort to maximize revenue and profit; ongoing program of capital investment and maintenance; program of liaison with key constituent to ensure airport’s interests. Prepares, gains approval for and executes against a long-term strategic plan, as well as an annual business plan for the airport. Provides overall leadership to all airport division employees, promoting and maintaining strong employee morale. Senior-level executive and leadership experience at an airport or commercial aviation. Degreed in business, economics, public administration, engineering; preferred graduate degree or MBA. Request job description or to submit resume to email@example.com.
DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS
The city of Garden City owns and operates the Garden City Regional Airport located in Southwest Kansas. The Director of Operations is responsible coordinating, assisting and supervising the daily operations of the airport including: airfield, landside, building maintenance, construction oversight, snow removal, equipment maintenance, inventory control, security and tenant customer relations. Performs skilled, semi-skilled and manual work functions associated with the daily operations of the airport. The ideal candidate will possess knowledge of FAA Part 139 rules and regulations, administrative management, ability to operate heavy equipment and excellent communication skills. Building, machinery, electrical and mechanical maintenance experience highly desired. This position will be appointed by and reports to the Director of Aviation.
An Associate’s or Bachelor’s Degree in Business Aviation, Business Administration, Public Administration or equivalent experience is required, ability to pass FAA background check and have a good driving record.
Directs and coordinates the operation and maintenance of the Georgetown Municipal Airport, including the airport terminal, aircraft refueling facilities, and all other city-owned facilities and grounds at the airport. Ensures that the airport is operated in a manner that provides a high level of safety and customer service to the users of the airport and the citizens of Georgetown. Ensures compliance with all State of Texas and federal and local regulations and obligations regarding airport operations.
Some specific duties include:
• Supervises airport personnel that manage the operation of the airport terminal, aircraft refueling facilities, maintenance of the airport grounds, conduct safety inspections and produce safety and environmental compliance reports.
• Performs the ongoing Airport Master Plan process
• Negotiates agreements or leases and ensures compliance with the terms of the lease, and that with state federal safety regulations.
Salary: $68,473.60 - $80,558.40 Annually
Apply online at: http://www.georgetown.org/jobs/
Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in aviation, business or public administration or closely related field. Five years of full-time experience in airport management, two years of the required experience which must have been in a supervisory capacity, or any equivalent combination of experience, education/training that provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities.
RETAIL PRACTICE DIRECTOR
Commensurate with a senior-level consulting position with project management and client relations responsibilities. General duties and responsibilities include: • Consulting project management including schedule and budget accountability and management, staff direction and oversight, quality control, and client relations & revenue management. • Timely completion of projects with a high level of quality or as directed by retail practice leader, performance of specific consulting tasks. Typical tasks involve development of airport commercial plans (including space planning, merchandising, and program performance analysis), preparation and oversight of request for proposals, and other tenant solicitations on behalf of clients, financial analysis, market research, market survey management and interpretation, report preparation and presentations and related activities. • Program, merchandising, and leasing for a retail commercial development setting. • Junior staff training. • Assistance with the preparation of proposals in response to requests for proposals. • General marketing and promotion of the Company’s services.
Required: undergraduate, graduate, or professional degree and more than seven years consulting or related experience in airport concessions planning or management, commercial real estate (property or asset management), airport management, retail management (including mall type experience), food service management, or commercial banking.
PROJECT MANAGER - AVIATION
CHA, a full service global engineering firm, is currently seeking Project Managers to join our Aviation Group in a variety of locations across the United States (Syracuse, Nashville, Albany, Boston and Atlanta). Other CHA office locations will be considered for this position. This position will provide client and project management services on projects related to the aviation market and expand business prospects in their respective region. Responsibilities: • Perform overall project management on aviation market projects. • Develop strong client relationships. • Establish, monitor and report monthly project financials. • Develop project proposals, presentations and marketing materials as required. • Develop, execute, and monitor work plans.
Qualifications: • Bachelor of science degree in civil engineering. • Minimum seven years of progressive experience in aviation engineering (PE required). • Excellent project and client service experience on a wide variety of projects. • Strong work ethic with excellent people and organizational skills. • Strong written and verbal communication skills. • Ability to meet given deadlines and adapt to changing situations. • Working knowledge of MS Office and AutoCAD. To apply, please visit our website at www.chacompanies.com referencing job #2623. As a CHA employee you have options! • Experience career growth within your field, attend trainings & seminars, or expand your horizons into new areas. • Participate in the Mentoring program. • Further your career with professional licensing reimbursement. • Continue networking with paid dues to technical societies. Additional exciting career opportunities in the areas of engineering, landscape architecture, survey, construction, planning and many other professional disciplines available within all of our office locations may also be found on our website. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability or protected veteran status. CHA is an EO employer – M/F/Veteran/Disability
SENIOR SECURITY COORDINATOR
LaGuardia Airport. Serves as an alternate airport security coordinator and is a key member of the team responsible for ensuring the security of the airport in compliance with TSA regulations, port authority policy, and industry best practices. It involves oversight of critical security systems, programs, and security services provided by contractors. It requires good management, writing, analytical, and interpersonal skills. The position is an essential position and may require occasional weekend and evening duty, and will be called upon to assist in airport emergencies and snow operations. The successful applicant must be able to obtain TSA secret security clearance, and ASC certificate as well as obtain and maintain SIDA privileges and airfield driving privileges after hiring. A bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in security management, aviation management, business administration, public administration, or other related field is required.
Lafayette, La. Plans, directs, inspects and participates in all activities necessary for airport operations and maintenance and follows directives of the Lafayette Airport Commission (LAC). Oversees day-to-day operations to include: staff supervision, monitoring contract compliance for airport construction/capital improvement projects, airlines, general aviation and other airport tenants, and supports policies and direction established by LAC, is responsible for establishing and following an annual budget. Communicates with the general aviation public, airport personnel, tenants and commissioners to promote utilization of airport services, increase operational efficiencies, maximize safety and address/resolve conflicts, and represents the airport to the public and governing authorities. Responsible for ensuring that appropriate goals and objectives are identified, with clear action steps and funding agreed upon by the Commission. Additionally, keeps members of the LAC advised of airport matters and recommends new or modified regulations for LAC consideration. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6411032.
SENIOR ELECTRICAL ENGINEER/GROUP LEADER
RS&H, Inc. is seeking a senior electrical engineer/group leader in Jacksonville, Fla. The candidate should display strong technical design capabilities, management and leadership experience, and clear communications skills to lead complex electrical engineering projects in the aviation (airport/terminal buildings) market sector. The successful candidate will be responsible for the design of large and complex electrical and technology systems for major airport terminal facilities and other airport building types, managing and growing a team of electrical designers, mentoring staff in the engineering and consulting profession, and participating in business development. This position will report to the aviation practice’s building service group leadership and its electrical discipline leader. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6411282.
AVIATION CIVIL ENGINEER III
Reynolds, Smith and Hills currently is seeking an aviation civil engineer for the aviation practice in its Houston, Texas, office. Must have experience as a professional engineering discipline lead on conventional projects and may service as a project manager on small to moderate scope multidiscipline projects with responsibility to act independently regarding technical matters pertaining to the individual's discipline field. Associate works under the direction of a professional engineer in meeting project contractual and quality control requirements. For additional information, http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6411356.
DIVISION DIRECTOR 2 AVIATION (TERMINAL OPERATIONS)
Miami International Airport (MIA) is operated by the Miami-Dade Aviation Department and is the property of Miami-Dade County government. Founded in 1928, MIA is the largest U.S. gateway for Latin America and the Caribbean and is one of the busiest international passenger and freight airports in the world. Located on 3,230 acres of land near downtown Miami, MIA's terminal is being expanded to more than 7 million square feet through a capital improvement program scheduled for final completion in 2014. Miami International and the general aviation airports’ annual economic impact is $32.8 billion. MIA and related aviation industries contribute 272,395 jobs directly and indirectly to the local economy. Miami-Dade County offers employees a competitive benefits package that includes medical, dental, vision, term life insurance, group legal, disability income protection plans, deferred compensation, retirement, wellness and discount programs, as well as paid vacation and sick time.
Job requirements: Bachelor's degree. A minimum of four years of professional administrative experience in an airport facility, transportation or governmental operations to include supervisory experience. Customer service experience in managing a public at large organization is highly desirable. Applicants qualifying for employment with the Miami-Dade Aviation Department will be subject to extensive security screening, including but not limited to, fingerprint checks, employment verification and such other procedures as may be mandated by federal law. The security clearance required by federal law is a continuing condition of employment.
SECTION CHIEF, AVIATION (PUBLIC AND CUSTOMER RELATIONS)
Miami International Airport (MIA) is operated by the Miami-Dade Aviation Department and is the property of Miami-Dade County government. Founded in 1928, MIA is the largest U.S. gateway for Latin America and the Caribbean and is one of the busiest international passenger and freight airports in the world. Miami International Airport’s (MIA) and the General Aviation Airports’ annual economic impact is $32.8 billion. MIA and related aviation industries contribute 272,395 jobs directly and indirectly to the local economy. That equates to one out of 4.1 jobs. Miami-Dade County offers employees a competitive benefits package that include medical, dental, vision, term life insurance, group legal, disability income protection plans, deferred compensation, retirement, wellness, and discount programs as well as paid vacation and sick time.Bachelor's degree. A minimum of three to six years of professional experience in public relations, customer service, advertising, marketing or communications to include supervisory experience is required. Experience in graphic art design in print and digital advertising is highly desirable. Applicants qualifying for employment with the Miami-Dade Aviation Department will be subject to extensive security screening, including but not limited to fingerprint checks, employment verification and such other procedures as may be mandated by federal law. The security clearance required by federal law is a continuing condition of employment.
This position manages and directs MIA’s Creative Services unit and therefore, must have the skills listed below. ESSENTIAL DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES • Ability to manage a staff of three (3) graphic artists and one (1) photographer/videographer • Experience producing creative projects for branding, promotions and multi-media marketing materials • Ability to independently manage from concept to completion using the latest design software (i.e., Photoshop, Adobe Creative Suite, Illustrator, Typography, etc.) • Must have strong working knowledge of marketing principles • Must be detailed-oriented and be able to clearly communicate with clients and in-house clients and personnel • Ability to think creatively and conceptually • Ability to approach projects with flexibility and resourcefulness • Must have keen attention to detail • Ability to collaborate with people from all levels
AVIATION PROJECT MANAGER--DALLAS OR HOUSTON, TEXAS
Due to continued business growth and success, our Texas geographic area is seeking a dynamic aviation project manager with experience on a broad range of airport projects. As an integral member of the team, you will be responsible for working with a group of aviation professionals in delivering planning, programming, architectural, engineering and construction solutions for exciting airport projects. You will work in a team environment, with multiple stakeholders and function as a project manager. You will participate in and manage the preparation and delivery of an integrated project delivery program that will include passenger terminal airside and landside project components. The position also includes a significant contribution to business development and building the aviation practice in the region.
Our Project Managers: -Perform engineering design tasks for projects from preliminary to final design -Develop specifications, cost estimates, and prepare final bid packages -Mentor & assist junior engineers in developing final design plans, including cross sections, traffic control, erosion control, drainage, and signing and signal plan -Coordinate design activities and meetings between staff, subcontractors, and CH2M HILL Lead and support safety plan -Coordinate planning, staffing, scheduling, budget management, quality control, safety and organization of subcontractors and internal technical and support staff -Participate in project decisions regarding technical approaches, cost and scheduling performance Identify schedule and cost variances and develops and implement recommendations for corrective action -Complete tasks within schedule and budget with teams comprised of different disciplines Basic Qualifications: -Bachelors or Masters Degree in Engineering or Architecture -A minimum of 15 years of experience with significant commercial passenger terminal, airside or landside project management experience -Experience with FAA design criteria, funding and airline and terminal tenant and stakeholder requirements -Demonstrated strong client management and consultant team management skills -Experience working with multiple stakeholders to build consensus as well as cost efficient and on-time performance of programs Preferred Qualifications: -Experience with airport projects in Texas at Dallas Fort Worth International Airport and/or Houston Bush Intercontinental Airport
DIRECTOR OF AVIATION
Valley International Airport (HRL), Harlingen, Texas. Reports to the Valley International Airport Board (Board) and is responsible for the day-to-day operations at HRL. Administers all aeronautic activities according to policies established by the board. Plans, coordinates, directs and is responsible for all operations at HRL and related economic development activities. Candidates must have a bachelor’s degree in airport management, business administration, public administration or a related field. Minimum of seven years of senior leadership experience at a commercial service airport. Candidates will have demonstrated extensive and varied airport experience with strong leadership skills having an emphasis on strategic planning, capital improvement projects, financial management, lease negotiations and community relations. AAAE accreditation is preferred. Bilingual in English and Spanish is a plus. For a detailed job description, as well as information/submission requirements, see "Current Searches" tab at www.adkexecutivesearch.com. Starting salary range is $140,000-$150,000.
MANAGER, AIRPORT DIVISION - SOUTHWEST DIVISION
FAA. EXE-ARP-14-2-36687. Directs the implementation of the national aviation transportation policy with respect to airport development in the five states covered by the FAA Southwest Region. This includes administration of the AIP, National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems, Airport Safety and Certification, PFC Program, environmental requirements, and other related statutory and policy programs. Programs are managed through a multi-disciplined staff. Responsibilities address airport design and safety requirements and airport infrastructure development; assuring sponsor compliance with terms of federal agreements as a condition of receiving federal aid; coordination of airport planning considerations, with public and private entities; assurances that airport development preserves environment quality; and administration of the Noise Compatibility Program. Oversees approximately 52 staff, three airport district offices and the regional office and represents the associate administrator for airports as the principal federal spokesperson on airport-related matters to other governmental agencies and the public in the region. In addition, supports the Southwest regional administrator and members of other lines of business to address corporate level initiatives. Other extensive contacts are with airport owners/sponsors, airport consultants, air carriers, aviation associations, Office of Inspector General, members of Congress, environmental groups, federal, state and local officials. Management experience in the following is essential: budgeting, performance management, communications and business planning. For more information and applications forms, go to: https://www.usajobs.gov.
AIRPORT FIRE CAPTAIN
Horry County, S.C. Under occasional supervision, on department of airport property, enforces federal, local and state laws, county ordinances and airport policies and procedures related to public safety and welfare. Responds to actual or potential aircraft emergencies to prevent or extinguish aircraft fires and rescue aircraft occupants. Responds to medical emergencies as a first responder, and providing patient care as appropriate according to adopted protocols. Supervises an ARFF shift, to include assigning workload, managing work schedule. Performs scheduled training. Assumes command responsibilities in the absence of the fire chief. Works under stressful, high risk conditions. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6408484.
AIRPORT AIRPORT OPERATIONS SENIOR AGENT
Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International. Salary $41,189-$68,798. Broward County Aviation Department seeks an airport operations senior agent who will conduct safety inspections of aircraft operational areas. Additional duties may be found on the Broward County careers website. Must be able to work nights, weekends and holidays. Requires graduation from an accredited four-year university major course work in airport management or related field; experience in landside, airside, terminal operations or equivalent combination of training and/or experience. Applicant selected will be subject to extensive security screening, fingerprint checks, employment verification and other procedures mandated by federal law as a continuing condition of employment. Apply by 5 p.m. Aug. 29, 2014. online at www.broward.org/careers. The aviation department operates under a drug-free workplace policy in compliance with the provisions of the Federal Drug-Free Workplace Act of 1988.
AIRPORT DIRECTOR (CUSTOMER RELATIONS)
Hartsfield Jackson International Airport. Key member of the department of aviation staff and will focus on leading an airport-wide customer service program. Responsibilities include developing programs to expand the customer service program with its concessionaires and incorporate airlines, federal agencies, aviation contractors and parking operations. To be considered for this position, please apply on the city of Atlanta's "Career" website at http://www.atlantaga.gov/.
SENIOR FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT ANALYST
Denver International Airport is seeking an experienced senior budget analyst to join its operating and maintenance budget team. Helps design, direct, implement and maintain the operations and maintenance budget for Denver International Airport. This is an important role with the airport's yearly O&M budget totaling around $370 million. Seeking a team player with knowledge and experience in budgeting and accounting for large government agencies. Requires an innovative self-starter with a passion for both finance and aviation. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6408617.
MID- TO SENIOR-LEVEL ELECTRICAL ENGINEER
CHA, a highly diversified, full service engineering consulting firm, is currently seeking a mid- to senior-level electrical engineer for its Indianapolis, Ind., office with an interest in airfield lighting and ITS design. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, performing design work in the fields of power distribution, lighting, communications, fire alarm systems, security systems, and control systems for new and existing projects; performing design work for airfield lighting and power distribution, including runway and taxiway lighting designs; coordinating with junior engineers and CADD staff on design projects; preparing proposals for new projects; and participating in professional and technical associations. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6388593.
San Francisco International Airport (SFO), a dynamic and industry-leading airport, seeks an experienced, innovative professional to develop and present training programs and facilitate events focused on airport safety, security operations and other air transportation areas related to finance, business, planning and construction. Delivers programs and curricula designed specifically for an air transportation environment, catering to airport commission employees, supervisors and managers. The desired candidate will meet the job requirements and have experience in developing and delivering learning projects associated with construction partnering and development of online training related to airport safety and security, experience in developing Learning Communities, maintaining of Subtotals Learning Management Systems, developing and/or delivering learning projects in an airport environment using instructional technologies like Captive, Camtasia, Soundbooth, Lectora, WebEx, or similar programs and have a background in the application of Instructional Systems Design in an enterprise environment. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6402596.
MAINTENANCE AND FACILITIES MANAGER
Responsible for overall management and operation of the airport general maintenance department, to include budgeting, purchasing, performance management, work order management, scheduling, recruitment, training, timekeeping and related functions. Responsible for compliance with safety and maintenance standards set forth in FAR Part 139, FAA advisory circulars and other applicable federal, state and local regulations. Supervises and participates in maintenance and repairs to specialized mechanical equipment, including HVAC, air handling and refrigeration systems, buildings, vehicles, streets and grounds, runway and taxiways, and complex electrical and electronic equipment. Responsible for the airfield lighting system and ensuring it meets FAA specifications. Responsible for ensuring compliance with the airport's stormwater and turf management programs. Performs other duties as assigned. Management has the right to assign or reassign duties and responsibilities to this position at any time. Both indoor and outdoor working environment with exposure to a variety of extreme weather conditions. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6402808.
The City of Renton, Wash. Assists in establishing and implementing the goals of the division or department. Prepares and controls capital and operating budgets; controls and approves expenditures and capital purchases; monitors, prepares and submits periodic budget updates; and monitors assigned performance measures. Plans, organizes, coordinates and oversees the day-to-day operations and maintenance of the airport and seaplane base in accordance with federal, state, and local laws, rules and regulations governing airport development; develops operating standards. Promotes airport use and development; determines land and building use; negotiates airport leases, contracts and agreements with existing and prospective tenants. Negotiates and builds consensus among airport tenants, federal and state agencies, city staff and elected representatives. Recruits, hires, trains, recognizes, promotes, coaches, mentors, develops, evaluates, and disciplines the performance of assigned staff. Performs other duties as assigned. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6403156.
MANAGER OF GENERAL AVIATION AIRPORTS
The Clark County (Nev.) Department of Aviation seeks an experienced professional to plans, organizes, coordinates, supervises, reviews and evaluates assigned general aviation airport(s). Under the direction of the assistant director, general aviation directs operations, construction, maintenance, line service, customer service, economic development and marketing activities for the general aviation function. Apply at www.mccarran.com/careers by Sept. 5, 2014. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6396999.
OPERATIONS DUTY MANAGER
Conducts Part 139 and daily terminal inspections, documents discrepancies and follows up with appropriate departments to ensure timely completion. Conducts daily perimeter inspections for safety and security compliance. Logs discrepancies and issues work orders to ensure timely completion. Responds to and assists with all airport emergencies and security issues, including aircraft alerts and medical calls. Completes written reports on all emergencies. Maintains compliance with FAA regulations during an emergency and assist incident commander. Assists with the updating of certification and emergency manuals. Makes recommendations for policy and procedural changes or additions and communicates them to tenants and other airport departments. Assists in coordinating tenant operational needs with appropriate airport departments. Assists with the issuance and monitoring of airport security badges. Conducts Security Identification Display Area (SIDA) and Air Operations Area (AOA) driver's training courses as needed. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6400391.
Hoyle, Tanner & Associates, Inc. is a mid-size, employee-owned, national consulting engineering firm with offices in the Northeast, Florida and Virgin Islands. The firm currently is seeking an airport engineer for its aviation services group in Manchester, N.H. Successful candidate will be a highly organized civil engineer with two to four years experience in airport, basic site civil or highway design to join its growing aviation engineering and planning team in Manchester. Requires progressive experience and proficiency using AutoCAD/Civil 3D and or Microstation/Inroads and will support projects across New England. Could include GIS with appropriate experience. EIT/FE required with a desire to obtain P.E. preferred. Send resume and cover letter citing career code to Hoyle, Tanner & Associates, Inc., 150 Dow Street, Manchester, NH 03101 or via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit www.hoyletanner.com for more information and exciting career opportunities. Equal Opportunity Employer.
Long Beach (Calif.) Airport is looking for a dynamic and experienced go-getter to direct the airport’s operation, growth and development. Seeking a professional with extensive knowledge and management experience in the airport and aviation industry with strong leadership, strategic planning and capital project planning experience. Requires lots of public exposure with frequent interactions with government officials and representatives, airport tenants and users, as well as other airport stakeholders and the general public. The candidate must be able to drive the vision, develop goals, objectives and metrics aligned with the city mission and policy. Manages over 400 contracts, leases and commercial use permits. Requires a candidate with a sound understanding and application of property and lease management and negotiation. To learn more about this opportunity, review the position brochure at: www.aviationcareerservices.com/jobs-2.
SENIOR MANAGER OF AIR SERVICE RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
Memphis-Shelby County Airport Authority. Reports to the president/CEO of the authority. The position will be responsible for researching, developing, and executing a significant increase in air service at MEM. Responsibilities includes: Developing short term and long range goals for air service development; working with Authority’s air service consultant in the analysis of the research and preparation of air service presentations; working with the airlines; meeting with regional corporate travel executives to obtain baseline data and future trends; and working with the Memphis Area Air Service Task Force to communicate and coordinate air service efforts including incentives for airline service. A minimum of five years of airport or airline management experience with a focus on air service development or route planning is required. A bachelor's degree in a related field is required and A.A.E. certification is strongly preferred. See "Current Searches" tab at www.adkexecutivesearch.com.
AVIATION ENGINEER PROJECT MANAGER
Bolton & Menk, Inc., a growing regional firm, has an immediate opening for an aviation project manager. The qualified aviation project manager will be a registered engineer in Iowa (or can become registered in six months), will be based in one of the firm's Iowa offices (Ames, Des Moines, Spencer), and work with aviation engineers and planners in multiple offices. Shared location in any of its Iowa offices is an option. Responsible for leading and managing the design and construction management for aviation dedicated projects, which include extension and reconstruction of runways, taxiways and aprons; vertical infrastructure, including hangars and AD buildings; NAVAIDS; fuel systems, etc. Other duties include management of budget and schedule for assigned airport projects and business development and marketing activities for the aviation services group. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6391018.
NORTH AMERICAN AVIATION PRACTICE LEADER
Steer Davies Gleave (SDG) is a leading global transportation consulting firm. Its services include development planning, transportation policy and planning, project development and appraisal, economic analysis, business advisory, transaction support, design and marketing, market research and insight, modeling and forecasting, and sustainable transportation. The firm serves private and public sector clients across both passenger and freight transportation, and works across all modes – aviation, rail, highway and public transportation. Founded in 1978 and headquartered in London, the firm has 16 offices in Europe, North America, Latin America and the Middle East, and employs approximately 330 consultants. Its North American offices include Boston, Denver, New York, San Juan, Toronto, and Vancouver. One of the company’s core competencies in North America, and a significant focus of its global business, is traffic and revenue forecasting in support of major transportation infrastructure transactions and development projects. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6391291.
ASSISTANT VICE PRESIDENT, AIRPORT SECURITY AND EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT
DFW International Airport. Performs administrative and technical work in the direction of public safety services in an aviation environment. Formulates policies, standards and procedures for assigned areas and coordinates the provision of other services. Exercises direct supervision and supervises through staff. Work is reviewed by reports and conferences. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, serving as the airport emergency management coordinator, thereby developing and implementing the airport’s security and emergency management policies, procedures and programs; monitoring and evaluating the workplace to ensure compliance with TSA regulations, the DFW Airport Security Plan (ASP) and the DFW Airport Emergency Plan (AEP); supporting the overall board mission and strategic imperatives as they apply to the special services; establishing and maintaining productive working relationships with other board departments, airlines, tenants, local TSA, FAA, and other federal agencies. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6391312.
DIRECTOR OF AVIATION
Waterloo, Iowa. Regional carrier, non-hub, general aviation airport. Department head reporting to mayor, city council, aAirport advisory board, responsible for strategic planning, marketing, business development, project management, staff leadership and business analysis/strategy development for local airport. Bachelor's degree in airport operations management, business administration, public administration or related and minimum five years of progressively more responsible management experience at a FAR Part 139 airport. Extensive airside work or comparable aviation experience; prefer experience in financial management, lease negotiations, public relations/marketing; prefer pilot's license or military equivalent and AAAE Certification; driver's license and good driving record. Must establish residency within Waterloo city limits. For complete description and information on how to apply, go to www.cityofwaterlooiowa.com. Resumes received by 8/22/14 will receive first consideration but position will stay open until filled. All applicants will be contacted one way or the other regarding whether they will be interviewed. Full benefits include insurance, State retirement plan. AA/EEO.
DIRECTOR, AIRPORT PLANNING AND NOISE
Denver International Airport is seeking a seasoned director of airport planning and noise to become a key member of the management team. The successful candidate will play a crucial role in the success of the airport planning section and noise office. This is an excellent opportunity for a leader who is committed to excellence and thrives in a fast-paced, dynamic environment. In this role you will have the ability to apply your technical skills, and ingenuity to continue building upon the legacy of Denver International Airport. This position will lead the planning section supporting all airport divisions, by providing strategic thinking an analysis, input to design for airside and landside projects, and developing operational standards. This position is also responsible for managing the noise office, and the airport's Geographic Information System (GIS) data. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6387770.
ASSISTANT/ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR, DEPARTMENT OF AVIATION
University of Central Missouri. Nine-month, tenure-track position that will involve a variety of teaching and advisement duties. Successful candidates will have teaching assignments in the areas of airport management, airport planning, aviation management, aviation law and other courses as required. Appointment date: January 2015. Responsibilities: Teach various aviation courses at the undergraduate and graduate level. Teach courses in the classroom and on-line. Advise students on academic and career matters. Conduct research on contemporary aviation-related issues. Qualifications: Master’s degree in related field; an earned doctoral degree is preferred. An earned doctorate degree will be required prior to application for tenure. Professional experience in airport management and airport planning required. Experience in aviation management, aviation law and airline, corporate or general aviation preferred. Ability to develop research specializations. Ability to teach and develop a broad array of aviation courses in classroom and online at the undergraduate and/or graduate level. Deadline: Sept. 15, 2014, or until filled.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS COORDINATOR
Delaware River and Bay Authority. 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. 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; cClosing Date: Open until filled. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6376365.
ASSISTANT CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER
New Orleans, La. 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/6373916.
MANAGER III - ASSISTANT BUDGET MANAGER, CAPITAL AND OPERATING BUDGET OFFICE
San Francisco International Airport. Salary range: $103,714-$132,340. San Francisco International Airport (SFO) is looking for a dynamic leader to assist with managing the airport's $942 million annual operating budget and $4.4 billion 10-year maintenance and capital plan. If you have outstanding managerial and leadership skills and can commit to carrying out SFO's core values and mission while providing leadership to professional and consultant staff and effectively meet deadlines, then we encourage you to apply for this fantastic opportunity. For more information, visit: http://www.jobaps.com/SF/sup/bulpreview.asp?R1=PBT&R2=0931&R3=063641.
SENIOR MANAGER AIRSIDE OPERATIONS AND SAFETY
Kenton County Airport Board (KCAB), Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport, Hebron, Ky. Responsible for the management of airside operations, including the associated safety and compliance programs, projects and contracts. Manages airside operations policies and procedures in compliance with KCAB and other local, state and federal laws and regulations. Leads all associated committees and programs associated with the safe and compliant airside operations. Provides expert professional assistance and support for all airside operations matters. Visit the airport's website at http://CVGairport.com/jobs for more details.
SENIOR AVIATION ENGINEER
DY Consultants, a full-service airport planning/engineering consulting firm, is seeking a senior aviation engineer for design and construction projects (Garden City, N.Y.). Serves as part of a team of designers working on nationwide projects, such as pavement design, obstruction removal, NAVAIDs, drainage, SWPPP, airfield lighting/marking and management of associated construction services. Provides an excellent opportunity for career growth. Interviews will be awarded upon review of candidates’ ability to meet qualifications. Responsibilities: Preparing design plans and specification per FAA Advisory Circulars; project management with ability to lead a team of engineers and construction managers; and client management, including day-to-day communication. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6356721.
SENIOR AVIATION PLANNER
DY Consultants, a full-service airport planning/engineering consulting firm, is seeking a senior aviation planner (New York, N.Y.). Participates in the development/implementation and project management of airport master plans, airport layout plans, land-use and noise compatibility studies, system-planning studies, benefit cost analysis, obstruction studies, environmental assessment, delay reduction studies, airfield and terminal modeling studies and financial planning. Provides an excellent opportunity for career growth. Interviews will be awarded upon review of candidates’ ability to meet qualifications. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6363822.
SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SERVICES
DFW has recently established the role of SVP-IT with overall responsibility for setting the strategic technological direction and delivery of innovative products to the airport This SVP-IT will lead a team of approximately 150 people and be responsible for application development, infrastructure, terminal systems, disaster recovery, and security. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6366814.
SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, CUSTOMER EXPERIENCE
In order to continue to support the growth and expansion of Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, recruiting for an SVP, customer experience. The SVP, customer experience provides key leadership for the airport by performing strategic-level work to elevate DFW to be a global airport leader in the area of customer service and create a customer centric culture. Leads the organization to collaborate to provide world-class customer service and manages the customer experience by creating a strategic vision and delivering innovative and effective products and services. Responsibilites as SVP, customer experience include (but are not limited to): Building a client centric relationship to grow stronger long-term ties with the customer; developing and implementing avenues to continually solicit and obtain customer feedback; developing a consistent customer brand across all communications channels; and collaborating with external groups to improve customer experience. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6366803.
EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT, AIRPORT DEVELOPMENT AND PLANNING
DFW International Airport. Responsible for directing all aspects of airport development including master planning, engineering, physical plant development and construction work, and all aspects of real estate and commercial development. Provides key leadership support to help guide overall strategic planning of the airport; the development, acquisition, leasing and property management of airport’s property and facilities; and design and construction of facilities in fulfillment of airport master plan. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6366818.
EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT, GLOBAL STRATEGY AND DEVELOPMENT
DFW International Airport. Responsible for directing all aspects of global business development at DFW, including air service development, international marketing, international public affairs and all aspects of government affairs. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6366823.
ASSISTANT VICE PRESIDENT, TRANSPORTATION MANAGEMENT SERVICES
Performs responsible professional and administrative work in planning, organizing, and managing daily and long-range airport people mover operations and maintenance programs, including responsibility for a comprehensive maintenance program of computers, electronics, train, guideway, and maintenance control system functions. Directs the design, fabrication, modification, testing, expansion, contract administration, maintenance, and operations of all DFW people movers. Acts independently to develop capital programs, section procedures, establish and attain section goals and objectives, and administer ongoing programs. Exercises supervision directly and through functional area supervisors. Work is reviewed through conferences and reports. Become familiar with the basics of DFW Airport’s Environmental Management System & Environmental Policy and implement Best Management & Good Housekeeping Practices. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6367002.
Crescent City, Calif. Annual salary: $69,755-$84,78 Plans, organizes, co-ordinates and directs the work of airport personnel to maintain and manage a Part 139 airport and two rural airport fields. Responsiblities include, but are not limited to, construction management, permitting projects, daily operations, maintenance, lease management, regulatory compliance, budget, grants, airport land use, commercial deveopment and coordination. Develops and directs the implementaion of goals, objectives, policies, procedures and work standard for the Airport Authority. Performs a variety of professional airport duties including preparation and/or approval of design, contract review and project management. Develops and implements management systems, procedures and standards for program evaluation. Directs the preparation of a variety of studies and reports relating to current and long-range airport construction and capital improvement needs. Develops specific proposals to meet them. For further information on duties, benefits and qualifications, and/or to apply, download an application package online at www.co.del-norte.ca.us or call (707) 464-7213.