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COORDINATOR, AIRPORT OPERATIONS
Columbus Regional Airport Authority. Responsible for performing all operational and safety functions at the airport during an assigned shift, operating within established guidelines and procedures. Ensures compliance with the federal regulation requirements of CFR Part 139 and, to a lesser extent, TSR Part 1542. Assures that CRAA airports are effectively and efficiently operated in a safe and secure manner and in the best interest of the general public by maintaining constant awareness of all facilities and activities on the airport property affecting tenants and the general public in accordance with all established rules, regulations and criteria of federal and local governments and other policies. Responsible for maintaining compliance with all aspects of the airport certification manual. Duties include, but are not limited to, daily inspections of the airfield identifying any discrepancies, issuing proper notifications and ensuring a proper resolution. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6061087.
ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF AIRPORTS
Closing Date: March 12, 2014. Applications only accepted on horrycounty.org website. Reports to director of airports; oversees the planning, organizing, directing, controlling and management of the GA airports in Horry County, the operations department, and the planning and construction department. Also responsible for annual certification inspection, wildlife planning and setting airport minimum standards. Must have 10 years of airport management with increasingly responsible experience in a supervisory capacity or the equivalent of airport and a related business that will equate to the ongoing management of an airport. Bachelor's degree in aviation, business, communications or other related field. Must be AAAE accredited or able to earn accrediation within two years. Must pass background check without indication of possible aviation security risk, have a valid South Carolilna driver's license and meet pre-employment drug screening requirement. Horry County Government does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, national orgin, age or disability.
BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT OFFICER
Reporting to the director of aviation, responsible for directing, planning, managing, developing, implementing, coordinating and evaluating the New Orleans Aviation Board’s strategic business development program, including the activities related to air service and cargo service development and retention; business development for airline and non-airline revenue generating functions; property development and management. Promotes opportunities to increase air service, cargo and business utilization of the airport and performs such other duties and responsibilities as assigned. Salary: $80,000. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6039565.
ENGINEERING DIVISION MANAGER - CHIEF ENGINEER
Highly responsible professional, supervisory, administrative and technical work involving the oversight of planning, design, construction and land management activities of New Orleans International Airport. Primary areas of responsibility include management of the planning, design, and construction department; oversight of PM/CM contracts and environmental compliance; preparing RFQs; RFPs; oversees work completed by consultants and contractors related to planning, design and construction activities. Executes all airport capital projects from inception to completion, i.e. project scoping, budgeting, scheduling, design, completion of plans and specifications, and construction. Negotiates all architect and engineering contracts and issues all notices to proceed (NTP). Coordinates all construction activities with the surrounding political jurisdictions involved and other duties and responsibilities as assigned. Salary: $86,176. Application deadline: Until withdrawn. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6027695.
SENIOR ACCOUNTING MANAGER - SENIOR SERVICES MANAGER (ACCOUNTING)
Highly responsible 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. Salary: $79,987. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6039543.
AIRPORT POLICE CHIEF
Onslow County, N.C. - Albert J. Ellis Airport. Reporting to the airport director, leads a department with with six sworn officers and three reserve officers who work 12-hour shifts. Among other duties, serves as the airport security coordinator, supports TSA passenger and baggage screening, enforces civil aviation security regulations, state statutes and local ordinances, ensures the airport is in compliance with TSA regulations, creates and implements the airport security program, conducts emergency response planning, in coordination with local law enforcement agencies, supervises and conducts patrol of airport perimeter, access points, ramps and secure areas, creates and implements airport security training program for employees, tenants and contractors and serves as emergency point of contact with federal law enforcement agencies. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6056477.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS OFFICER
Coordinates and conducts inspections of airport facilities and grounds; supports cooperative tenant relations; monitors and assesses contractual and governmental compliance measures; coordinates snow and ice removal efforts; monitors construction activity for compliance with applicable safety rules and regulations; establishes priorities for corrective actions required for operational safety of the airport; administers the airport security program; coordinates and administers operations program functions; composes memorandums and reports on the status of projects; composes and disseminates official notices on airport conditions; compiles information for budgets, goals and objectives; responds to citizen complaints or inquiries verbally and in writing; and coordinating work activity of staff. Work duties require frequent contact with various city personnel, general public, vendors, contractors and outside agency personnel to obtain or provide information concerning operations, programs and projects. Employees in this classification primarily function independently, with work products subject to review by conferences, staff reports, and observation. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6053633.
BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT MANAGER
Salary - $51,537-$77,036. Closes - March 20, 2014. Must submit application online at horrycounty.org. Reports to the assistant director of airports and will be responsible for the retention and development of business for Horry County Department of Airports. Major responsibilities include contract compliance, development of tenants, tenant relations, marketing, and public relations; assists in management of properties and contract administration, including tenant, rental car and concession agreements. Assists with marketing, public relations, economic development and air service development; research's industry best practices; performs other duties as required. Minimum qualifications: completion of a four-year degree; minimum of four years property management, business development, or airport management-level experience. Must have a valid South Carolina driver's license, pass a background check without indication of possible aviation security risk, and meet pre-employment drug screening requirements. Horry County Government does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age or disability.
ASSISTANT AIRPORT OPERATIONS MANAGER
Delaware River & Bay Authority. Assists the senior airport manager with the daily operational aspects of aviation facilities operated by the authority in accordance with authority policies, rules and regulations, as well as local, state and federal regulations. Directly supervises airport operations staff in support of 24-hour aviation operations. A significant amount of independent judgment and decision-making on operational matters is to be exercised. The formal nature of the work performed requires establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with a number of airport stakeholder groups, including government officials, tenants, customers and the general public. The principal duties are performed with a significant on-airfield presence and attention to airport operational dynamics. This position is considered essential and is subject to call 24 hours a day as may be necessary to maintain continuous operation of the authority's airport facilities. Salary: $48,820-$57,435 (commensurate with skills). Closing date: March 13, 2014. Apply online at www.drba.net.
ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF AVIATION
Sugarland, Texas. Reporting to the director of aviation, the assistant director of aviation - planning and development is responsible for all airport planning and development, operations, maintenance, and U.S. Customs, including but not limited to, managing the day-to-day operations, airfield maintenance, landside maintenance, facilities maintenance, and U.S. Customs. Requires an energetic person to be engaged in working with airport tenants, vendors, consultants, Texas Department of Transportation, aviation division and Federal Aviation Administration. Also has responsibility for the fiscal oversight of the division’s budget, as well as environmental programs on the airport. Oversees 10 employees in four programs: planning and development, operations and maintenance, as well as serve as a liaison with onsite U.S. Customs. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6051322.
ASSISTANT AIR TERMINAL SUPERINTENDENT
The Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority, Job Number 016-14-N. Assists with the upkeep and efficient maintenance of the terminal building of Buffalo Niagara International Airport. Also acts as liaison with airport tenants and concessionaires for facility requirements. Job responsibilities also include supervision, analytical administrative duties and customer service functions as necessary. Qualifications: Bachelors degree in management or related field and five to seven years of relevant and progressive work experience, which include supervisory responsibilities or a combination of education and work experience. Interested persons should visit www.nfta.com to view complete job description. To apply, send employment application, resume and cover letter specifying the job number to NFTA Human Resources-Job #016-14-N, 181 Ellicott Street, Buffalo, NY 14203. Application deadline: March 14, 2014. The Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority an equal employment opportunity employer.
AVIATION PROGRAM MANAGER
Georgia Department of Transporation. Under broad supervision of the administrator of the Office of Intermodal Programs, provides direction and management of the statewide aviation program, which consists of 103 airports. Provides leadership, guidance and technical assistance in evaluating, coordinating, developing, and implementing a set of aviation programs: the statewide aviation system plan (SASP), the State Airport Aid Program and FAAs State Block Grant Program. Directs airport safety and licensing inspections, airport/highway clearance inspections, the review of airspace proposals and supervises a professional planning and engineering staff. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6047478.
MANAGER OF PLANNING AND DESIGN
Reporting to the director of planning and development, responsible for directing and supervising authority staff and professional consultants related to planning, engineering, architectural and environmental design development of all capital projects for the authority’s airport system, which includes Tampa International, Tampa Executive, Peter O. Knight and Plant City airports. Also directs all planning and design of airport facilities and infrastructure pertaining to development, improvement and expansion of the authority’s airport system. Coordinates the design with the authority staff and tenants and supervises preparation of contract documents for construction. Administers planning and design contracts, including the selection, contract negotiation and preparation of professional contracts. For a complete job description, including the key responsibilities of this position, visit the airport's website at www.tampaairport.com under Airport Business. Qualified candidates may forward their cover letter and resume with references to HR@tampairport.com.
SENIOR AIRPORT OPERATIONS SPECIALISTS I/II/III
City of San Jose - Mineta San Jose International Airport. Performs a wide variety of activities to support the three sections of airport operations (airside/terminal, landside and security). Typical duties and responsibilities: Enforces and corrects deficiencies regarding compliance with rules and regulations under regulatory agencies. Enforces compliance with contractual agreements. Uses vehicle to patrol the airport. Responds to emergencies, distressed or disabled aircraft, hazardous materials spills, wildlife or other airfield accidents or incidents. Compiles data, prepares reports, completes necessary and required forms and oversees record keeping. Issues various airport permits. Performs surveillance, inspection and investigations to enforce the airport security program. Enforces proper procedures for airport's access control system. Assists in ground transportation program administration. May be required to use various computer programs. Interacts regularly with airport customers, contractors, tenants, government agencies and other city departments. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6042722.
WEST COAST AVIATION LEADER
May work out of company's SF, LA or Seattle offices. Arup seeking an aviation buildings leader for the West Coast market. Candidates must have developed marketing experience and a regional clientele for this type of project. Background must include project management, as well as the engineering design of aviation facilities. For success, must be able to engender confidence with the stakeholders internally, within the industry at large, and with the architects, owners and construction clients that have a need of their services. Therefore, must be able to network with people at many levels and to effectively communicate complex design concepts and commercial strategies. They must be personally grounded in the delivery of excellent work product both at the design and leadership level. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6044430.
ASSISTANT AIRPORT MANAGER
San Joaquin County Stockton (Calif.) Metropolitan Airport is seeking an assistant airport manager who is a highly experienced and motivated team player with a minimum of three years of aviation management experience at a commercial service airport, as well as professional planning, marketing and budgeting skills. Requires excellent leadership, communication and management skills. Have experience preparing capital improvement plans and budgets, and must have some experience in municipal financing of airport projects. Must have significant background formulating and facilitating airport leasing and development policies that meet federal obligations for public and private investments for aeronautical and non-aeronautical uses. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6046077.
ASSISTANT AIRPORT MANAGER
New Bedford, Mass. Performs highly responsible functions of a professional, administrative and technical nature. Work involves planning, organizing and directing the day-to-day operations and maintenance of New Bedford Regional Airport; all other related work as required. Working knowledge of all federal, state and local regulations governing airport operations and maintenance. Knowledge relating to aircraft rescue and fire fighting requirements, airport operations, snow removal operations, and aviation radio communications and procedures. Working knowledge of operations and all airport maintenance equipment. Familiarity with leases and contract documents. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6046205.
AIRPORTS OPERATIONS SUPERVISOR
Salary: $49,526 annually. Department: Airports/operations and maintenance. Location: Palm Beach International Airport (PBIA), WPB. Hours: 40 variable hours/week; will be required to work rotating shifts, holidays, weekends and stand-by. Specialized operational work at PBIA and three other general aviation airports involving supervisory responsibilities. Supervises a crew of operation officers and performs a variety of duties involving landside, airside and terminal operations. Ensures Palm Beach airports are maintained and operated in accordance with all Palm Beach County lease agreements, local ordinances, laws and fire codes, state and federal laws, rules and regulations. The Palm Beach County Board of County Commissioners provides an excellent benefits package, including medical, dental and life insurance, as well as vacation and sick leave, tuition reimbursement and participation in the Florida Retirement System. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6046296.
The Broward County (Fla.) Aviation Department. Performs professional work overseeing the preparation of airport master plans, facility planning and programming, FAR Part 150 Studies, ALPs and environmental documents to support aviation development at Fort-Lauderdale-Hollywood International, a large-hub airport and North Perry Airport, a general aviation facility. In addition, project management experience, including consultant selection, preparation of work scopes, and oversight of consultant contracts is required. Duties also involve coordinating airspace studies, planning airfield and landside facilities, and representing the aviation department on airport planning issues with local, regional, state and federal agencies. Requires familiarity with FAA Advisory Circulars and airspace surfaces. Assists with staffing analyses and annual operating and long-range capital budgets for planning section, general oversight of departmental GIS system and the work of subordinate personnel. AICP certification is preferred. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6039761.
FIRE CHIEF OF AIRCRAFT RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING
Milwaukee, Wis. Oversees and provides administrative direction and leadership for all fire department functions, operations and personnel. Manages the operation of the General Mitchell Airport Fire Department, including emergency and non-emergency operations. Ensures compliance with all applicable federal, state and county regulations, including Federal Aviation Regulation Part 139. Directs the training of personnel and oversees the inspection of airport structures and facilities. Custodian of department reports/records. Provides risk management expertise. Minimum education and years of experience required: bachelor’s degree in fire science, business administration, public or emergency management with 10 or more years as a fire fighter with seven or more years of firefighting experience on aircraft rescue and fire fighting (ARFF) at FAR Part 139 and/or Department of Defense (DoD) airport, which must have included four or more years of experience in a command-level position (lieutenant, captain, assistant chief, or chief). For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6039809.
AVIATION PROJECT MANAGER
Passero Associates, a growing engineering/architectural consulting firm, has aviation project manager openings in Upstate New York and Northeast Florida. These rewarding positions offer the opportunity to work on a broad range of airport planning, design and construction projects. Responsibilities include managing multiple projects to meet budgets/schedules, client interaction, staff supervision, and assisting with business development initiatives. Qualifications/Experience: B.S. degree in civil engineering, P.E. required; 10 plus years of direct, related airport development experience; proven ability to successfully manage airport capital improvement projects; strong organizational, management and communication skills (written, verbal and presentation); proven ability to manage airport design/construction staff; client service focus; regional travel required. To submit resume and cover letter, visit www.passero.com and click on "Contact Us/Careers." Reference one or more of the following openings: Albany, NY: C05-14; Rochester, NY: R24-14; Jacksonville, FL: F19-14. AA/EOE, M/F/D/V. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.
ASSOCIATE AVIATION PROJECT MANAGER
The Port of Oakland is recruiting for the position of associate aviation project manager. Under general supervision, performs professional work in initiating, planning, organizing and carrying out physical planning and development programs and projects for land use, facility development, access studies, and related work in support of a broad range of aviation activities and programs. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6037243.
DIRECTOR, PROPERTIES & ADMINISTRATION
Closing Date: March 3, 2014. Directs and manages airport properties and assists in the airport's financial success through effective lease and contract negotiations. Directs and supervises the administration of the human resources division, the Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) program, community relations and parking management. Prepares and develops bid proposals and administers the authority's risk management insurance program. Directs plans and provides guidance to other departments' activities as they relate to employee relations, human resources, DBE, computers, contracts and records management. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6034034.
AVIATION DESIGN PROJECT MANAGER/LEAD ENGINEER
Parsons Brinckerhoff is looking for an exceptional candidates for the position of aviation design project manager/lead engineer. Responsible for the development of business and successful execution of work for current and potential clients within a defined geography of the aviation market and accountable for overall long-term growth in his/her defined geography commensurate with the long-term growth plan for the company in terms of the aviation market. Responsible for marketing and sales, revenue, work product quality, execution of work, project management and oversight related oversight, staff development, and staff coordination as appropriate. Must be technically competent to successfully perform on and deliver projects identified for pursuit in the aviation market, specifically for design, construction management and planning phases of service. Must also be capable of managing project execution within scope, budget and schedule. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6034078.
LEAD AVIATION PLANNER
Parsons Brinckerhoff. Responsible for taking a lead role in the preparation of airport master plans, airport layout plans, land-use management plans, site selection and feasibility studies and aviation system plans. Must be technically competent to perform on and deliver projects identified for pursuit in the aviation market, specifically for planning phases of service. Must be capable of creative problem solving for unique planning problems/issues. Capable of performing project execution within scope, budget and schedule. Works with aviation management to identify planning and other potential leads/opportunities. Cross-markets other Parsons Brinckerhoff Aviation and non-aviation capabilities as appropriate. Leads project pursuit process. Collects, analyzes and interprets aviation-related data. Develops and maintains demographic, planning or environmental databases. Performs research regarding environmental, economic, demographic, fiscal, legal and technical variables for projects. Prepares reports of all types related to aviation planning. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6034206.
Under the supervision of the director of operations (in conjunction with the chief of public safety) and security administrator, the operations officer is responsible for the operation of the airport operations area or airport operations center during his/her assigned shift. Tasks include, but are not limited to, monitoring of airport security equipment, general dispatch duties, monitoring of airport airfield activities, conducting airfield inspections, and security patrols. Hourly rate is $15.17/hour ($31,553.60 annually) with a comprehensive benefit package.
SENIOR AIRPORT NOISE ABATEMENT SPECIALIST
The Port of Oakland. Under direction, serves as a lead in the daily operation and maintenance of the airport’s noise monitoring and flight tracking systems and responds to and analyzes aircraft noise issues and complaints from the public. Serves as primary operator of the noise monitoring apparatus and provides technical information for noise related studies; prepares and presents reports and presentations to the public regarding airport noise issues, and oversees the maintenance of the noise abatement web site. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6034514.
Buckhannon Upshur (W.Va.) Airport Authority. Responsibilites include managing the overall direction, coordination and evaluation of Buckhannon Upshur Airport in accordance with FAA, West Virginia Aviation Administration, federal, state and local laws. Education and experience requested includes bachelor’s degree in airport management, professional aeronautics, public administration or related field. Five years of experience in airport operations and extensive knowledge of FAA regulations necessary. Prefer Accredited Airport Executive (A.A.E.) certification by AAAE. Comparable training and experience may be substituted for the minimum qualifications. Resume and references may be sent to Attn: Airport Manager, P.O. Box 1042, Buckhannon, WV 26201, email firstname.lastname@example.org. Resumes will be accepted through April 1, 2014. EOE. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/5994720.
ASSISTANT AIRPORT DIRECTOR
Portland (Maine) International Jetport, a small hub airport, seeks an experienced individual to serve as part of the senior management team as assistant airport director. This position is responsible for managing several lines of business at the jetport, including operations, communications, security, marketing and facilities. Current annual operating budget is $19 million. Portland has five air carriers handling 1.7 million passengers annually. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6031647.
Helena, Mont. Under general administrative and policy direction of the HRAA commissioners, administers and manages the staff, facilities, and equipment of Helena Montana Regional Airport. The primary duties include planning facilities development; budget oversight; liaison with government agencies, airport tenants, and the community. Detailed position description and requirements can be found at www.helenaairport.com. The HRAA offers competitive compensation, including health insurance and retirement plans. Salary is commensurate with education and experience. To be considered for this opening, send a cover letter and resume (including education, work experience, community involvement, and references) to HRAA, c/o Alan Joscelyn, P.O. Box 1715, Helena, MT 59624-1715, or by e-mail to email@example.com. For questions about the position or the application process, send questions to the above mail or e-mail address. The closing date for receipt of applications is Friday, March 21, 2014.
The Lewiston-Nez Perce County (Idaho) Airport Authority is accepting applications for an airport manager. Reports directly to the airport authority board and will oversee a minimum staff of four at a Part 139 regional airport. Applicants shall possess strong leadership and organizational skills and shall be responsible for the general supervision of the airport, ensuring compliance with the provisions of the airport operating certificate, implementing board directives, and promoting sustainable growth on the airfield. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6025280.
MANAGER OF MAINTENANCE
One of two responsible for ensuring all airport facilities, systems and equipment are maintained in accordance with industry standards to meet or exceed customer expectations for safety, aesthetics, convenience, reliability and value. The facilities involved are all terminal buildings and other authority-owned buildings, roadways/grounds, airfield pavements/grounds, and parking structures. The systems and equipment-related components consist of mechanical/electrical/plumbing systems, people mover and conveyance systems, baggage handling systems, passenger boarding bridges, security/access control, fire detection and protection, and all Authority-owned vehicles including heavy equipment. Also oversees the activities of in-house trades personnel and outsourced maintenance contracts. Ensures maintenance staff participates on capital project development teams to provide input on issues relative to life cycle costs, maintainability, reliability, and customer service. For a full job description, visit www.tampaairport.com under Airport Business. Qualified candidates should forward their cover letter and resume with references to HR@tampairport.com.
Waukegan, Ill. Recommends specific goals and objectives, providing guidance on policy decisions to an appointed board. Ensures compliance with board mandates, responsible for management of port district affairs, including administration, personnel management, budgeting, finance, trade and property development, and public relations. Must have the ability to be outgoing and forthright with many public entities and have a proven track record of governmental leadership. Ensures compliance with many agencies, including the FAA, DOT, Customs, Army Corps of Engineers, EPA, DNR, U.S. Maritime Administration and Coast Guard. Directs a workforce of approximately 20 employees. Challenges: Complete airport master plan. Finance and construct a replacement runway while retaining corporate tenants. Maintain, improve and grow recreational slip holders. Develop lakefront property and deep water harbor to enhance the economics of the city of Waukegan, Lake County and State of Illinois. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6009384.
AIRPORT PUBLIC SAFETY CHIEF
Charlottesville, Va. Directs all police, fire and emergency medical response requirements of the public safety department in accordance with FAA and TSA regulatory requirements. Required airport application and full job description available online at www.gocho.com and may be mailed to Charlottesville Albemarle Airport Authority, Attention: Human Resources, 100 Bowen Loop Suite 200, Charlottesville, VA 22911. Applications accepted until position is filled. Minority applicants are encouraged to apply. Equal Opportunity Employer.
AVIATION PROJECT MANAGER
GDA Engineers is a growing firm located in the heart of the Rocky Mountains in Cody, Wyo. Cody is the gateway to Yellowstone National Park and offers a community-centered lifestyle second to none and year-round recreation opportunities too numerous to mention. The firm's employees enjoy a safe community for raising a family and exceptional public education resources. GDA Engineers seeks a project manager for its aviation department. Opportunities for professional growth include commercial service and general aviation airport projects in Wyoming, Montana, Idaho, Utah, Colorado, and beyond. Primary duties include oversight of project teams and business development. Three years of project management experience as an aviation professional in airport infrastructure development required. Wyoming Professional Engineer registration (or ability to secure within six months) is required. Relocation bonus. Salary DOE. Excellent benefit package. Send resume to firstname.lastname@example.org with "Aviation Project Manager" in the subject line. No calls please.
GDA Engineers is a growing firm located in the heart of the Rocky Mountains in Cody, Wyoming. Cody is the gateway to Yellowstone National Park and offers a community-centered lifestyle second to none and year-round recreation opportunities too numerous to mention. The aviation planner I position, under direct supervision, develops planning studies and reports in support of new and updated plans, programs, and regulations. Assists in the review of moderately complex proposals and site plans for conformance with codes and regulations. S/he must track and interpret legislative and regulatory requirements and may attend client and public meetings. The applicant will generally have a bachelor’s degree in planning, or a related area of study and may be a certified planner (AICP). Minimum one year of experience in aviation planning or related field. Relocation bonus. Salary DOE. Excellent benefit package. Send resumes to email@example.com with subject "Planner". No calls please.
SENIOR AVIATION PLANNER
Indianapolis, Inc. Crawford, Murphy & Tilly, Inc. (CMT) is seeking an experienced senior aviation planner to be located in Indianapolis. CMT, headquartered in Springfield, Ill., is a consulting engineering firm with more than 270 employees that ranks among the nation’s top engineering and airport consulting firms in the U.S. Founded in 1946, office locations include Aurora, Peoria, Rockford, Chicago, and Edwardsville, Ill.; Indianapolis, Ind; St. Louis and Springfield, Mo.; and Columbus, Ohio. Project types and services will include development of airport master plans, Airport Layout Plans (ALPs) including electronic ALPs, environmental studies, aviation demand projections, project justification and funding documents, benefit-cost analysis, land acquisition services, simulation modeling, sustainability studies, and project management as part of a team of aviation professionals. Responsibilities will include comprehensive project management, schedule and budget monitoring, client management, staff management and marketing. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6012632.
OPERATIONS SPECIALIST II
Birmingham, Ala. Patrols airfield, performs daily self-inspections, assists with wildlife control, responds to airfield emergencies, inspects for and ensures compliance with part 139 and FAA regulations. Staff operations center, monitor cctv system, operate access control system, assist in producing and controlling SIDA badges. Provides terminal, airfield security, performs security patrols, responds to security breeches, enforces TSA and SIDA regulations. Responds to incidents airside and landside, produces reports. Acts as information liaison between public, tenants, and authority. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6017739.
St. Pete-Clearwater (Fla.) International Airport (PIE). This is managerial, professional, administrative work directing the engineering division of PIE. Responsible for planning, programming, supervising and coordinating, and approving the work of professional and/or technical personnel engaged in program development, design, construction, maintenance, and operation of capital projects. Duties include administering consultant selection procedures, contract negotiations, engineering design review, contract administration and payment invoice review and approval. Work is complex and involves considerable public contact in coordinating engineering and technical operating activities with both private and public organizations. Assignments are usually broad in scope and require both independent professional judgment and the making of decisions of considerable difficulty. Work is performed under the general supervision of the airport director and reviewed for conformance to established policies and regulations. Position closing date: March 15, 2014. County application required. Application and additional information are available at www.pinellascounty.org under Jobs. AA/EOE/ADA/VP
ASSISTANT MARKETING AND OPERATIONS MANAGER
Bismarck (N.D.) Airport. Oversees and performs marketing, advertising, and promotion functions of the airport, as well as coordination of air service development activities, including presentations, outreach and monitoring of service under the supervision of the airport manager. Performs administrative and supervisory duties in the operations, security and aircraft rescue and fire fighting functions of the airport to assure the safe and efficient use of the airport in accordance with local, state and federal regulations and policies. Participates as a key staff member in airport planning and decision making. Performs duties as acting airport operations manager in the absence of the airport operations manager. For more information, visit http://www.bismarckairport.com/ or call (701) 355-1808. Submit application and required credentials (electronically only) at http://tbe.taleo.net/CH05/ats/careers/jobSearch.jsp?org=BISMARCK&cws=1
AIRPORT MANAGEMENT INTERN
Fort Collins–Loveland Airport in Northern Colorado is seeking an intern for a 12-month state-sponsored airport management internship. This program is intended to provide an intern a fully immersed introduction to professional airport management, operations and maintenance at a public-use general aviation and commercial service airport. Must have a valid driver’s license and should have basic understanding and knowledge of aviation/airport operations, and working knowledge of modern office practices and equipment, including computers, and standard office software. Formal training in an aviation/airport curriculum and basic aviation/airport knowledge is required. Private pilot or other FAA certification preferred. Compensation provided $14 hourly at 40 hours per week. Submit resume, cover letter, a copy of official transcripts, and a copy of valid driver's license to firstname.lastname@example.org. Deadline for applications is March 14, 2014. Internship start date TBD.
Plans, executes and finalizes airport-related projects according to strict deadlines and within budget. This includes acquiring resources and coordinating the efforts of team members and third-party contractors or consultants in order to deliver projects according to plan. Also defines the project's objectives and oversee quality control throughout its life cycle. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6006966.
Bachelor's degree in business administration, public administration, or airport/aviation administration preferred. Directs and oversees airport projects, interfaces with federal, state, and local agencies for compliance, works with contracted airport consultants to develop and coordinate airport plans and development projects, enforces airport rules, regulations and minimum standard agreements, and enforces leases; develops, maintains, and manages operating budget; creates, and maintains airport grants; answers questions and responds to complaints and suggestions from community, public and airport businesses and tenants and outside agencies. Annual Salary $35,792-$56,377. For an application, and more detailed job description, visit the city of Alamogordo website at http://ci.alamogordo.nm.us, under job opportunities and click on the position, or call (575) 439-4399 for more information.
Jviation has a great opportunity for a full-time electrical engineer for airport development projects in its Denver, Colo., office. The right candidate will be responsible for performing various types of engineering efforts, including airfield guidance signage, airside power and lighting systems, navigational aids, security systems, medium and low voltage power distribution systems, airfield lighting/equipment vaults, underground electrical distribution other miscellaneous electrical engineering efforts. Position will require client interface, with moderate travel required. The ideal candidate will be a hands-on self-starter who thrives in a fast paced environment and possesses the initiative, desire and leadership to continuously improve. The candidate must have the ability to understand project details, with the ability to summarize and communicate those details to individuals inside and outside of the firm. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6002023.
AIRPORT ADMINISTRATION/WYDOT PLANNING INTERNSHIP
Cheyenne (Wyo.) Regional Airport and Wyoming Department of Transportation/Aeronautics Division are accepting applications for a one-year joint internship. The successful applicant will spend six months with the airport and six months with the planning department of WYDOT Aeronautics. Requires a variety of tasks, including administration/finance support; special projects; assisting with planning projects, including the implementation of GIS at Cheyenne Regional Airport; exposure to the airport’s safety management system (SMS) program; organizing marketing and public events; providing supportive operations functions, including airfield inspections, NOTAMs, snow removal activities and airfield maintenance; assisting with emergency and security planning projects; assisting with statewide system planning; FAA-related planning projects; general planning office projects as assigned; traveling to various airports statewide for project meetings; and assisting with project presentations. The state of Wyoming is an equal opportunity employer, actively supports the ADA and reasonably accommodates qualified applicants with disabilities. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/5980247.
PROJECT MANAGER 2 OR 3 (X2/X3) - AVIATION
To apply visit the Careers section at www.whpacific.com. The primary focus of this position is to continue the development of the commercial services aviation market for WHPacific, including small, medium and large hub airports. Secondary focus is to continue to support the pursuit of select general aviation (GA) airports. Also responsible for managing projects profitably. This position is one of two transportation project manager positions being advertised. One of these two positions may be advanced to the director of transportation for the Seattle office. Requires exceptional abilities to bring in new business, increase profits, achieve results, and lead the Seattle aviation group to continue growth and elevated status. The senior project manager will be responsible for identifying and capturing sales, and coordinating with key professionals in other office locations across the enterprise, to ensure efficient implementation of its business development and long-term strategic initiatives. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/5980311.
Wilmington, N.C. Seeking individual responsible for airport operations. Duties include growth, development, planning, organizing, directing budgeting, staffing and administration. Knowledge of FAA regulations, air carrier, commercial and private aircraft operations, developing and administrating federal and state grants, marketing and business development, strategic planning and public relations required. BA and airport administration experience, management and personal experience at a commercial service airport required. Candidate must exhibit financial efficiency. Salary based upon experience plus excellent benefits. Forward confidential resume no later than March 31, 2014, to New Hanover County Attorney, Wanda Copley, Suite 125, 230 Government Center, Wilmington, NC 28403.
The city of Farmington is seeking an individual to lead Four Corners Regional Airport, with strong leadership and organizational skills coupled with the necessary ability to adapt to changing priorities. Prefer excellent diplomatic and interpersonal skills to interact with all levels of government, airport officials and customers. Find the detailed job description and application online at www.cofjobs.com. This position is open until filled. The city of Farmington is an equal opportunity employer and values diversity in its workforce. Applicants selected as finalists for this position will be subject to a comprehensive background check.