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CHIEF BUILDING ENGINEER (TRADES SUPERVISOR)
Denver International Airport is seeking a highly qualified chief building engineer (trades supervisor) to provide expertise, leadership and mentoring to a growing team of HVAC mechanics and stationary engineer's engaged in the operation, maintenance, construction and repair (HVAC) systems at Denver International. This is an opportunity for someone who is dedicated and experienced to work in the dynamic and ever-changing atmosphere of DIA supervising front-line employees, handling the day-to-day work maintaining building HVAC systems and keeping the airport operational 24/7. Seeking an individual with a strong sense of urgency and initiative to make challenging decisions, and effectively communicate with all levels of the organization. Incumbent will have the opportunity to work on large systems at the scale of a utility plant as well as RTUs, AHUs and technical building automation systems throughout the entire airport. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/8335473.
DIRECTOR OF FACILITIES
Responsible for the leadership and management duties of all maintenance and improvement activities related to the operation of the airport facilities and equipment. The director of facilities also assists with and coordinates capital improvement projects with other district departments, outside architects, engineers, contractors, tenants and vendors as required. Must be knowledgeable and proficient in standard maintenance procedures and methods. Must have a good knowledge of electrical, mechanical and facilities maintenance. Must have the ability to understand and communicate both verbally and in writing and have good grammar, spelling and math skills. Must be able to establish and maintain effective working relationships with airport tenants, federal and state agencies, fellow employees, subordinates and supervisors. Must be proficient in planning and organizing all aspects of facility maintenance. Proficiency in the use of a personal computer is necessary. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/8335047.
DEPUTY AIRPORT DIRECTOR, BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT
The business development division is responsible for developing, implementing and monitoring all commercial real property contracts involving John Wayne Airport (JWA), as well as purchasing all necessary equipment and services to keep JWA running efficiently. The division is comprised of three units: asset management, purchasing, and the insurance unit. JWA has a challenging opportunity for a visionary, entrepreneurial, results-oriented senior-level professional to join its executive team. Exercises managerial responsibility in the oversight of the commercial program at JWA, including concession analysis, planning, and leasing to enhance commercial revenue for the airport. This program includes all airlines, food service, retail, rental cars, parking, ground transportation, general aviation leasing and commercial advertising at JWA. In addition to traditional airport concessions, innovative sources of revenue should be considered. Also will have managerial oversight of critical purchasing and insurance compliance functions that support airport operations and improvement projects. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/8318885.
AIRPORT MANAGEMENT INTERN
The Huntsville-Madison County Airport Authority is accepting applications for its 2016/2017 Internship Program. As an intern with HMCAA, you will be provided opportunities to gain valuable experience assisting in various projects within the Operations Department, including airfield inspections, wildlife control, Communications Center duties, and more. You will also be exposed to other departments and tenants to get a glimpse of the various career possibilities within this dynamic industry. Completion of Bachelor Degree in Airport Management or Business, from an accredited four year college or university preferred or 3rd or 4th year student pursing a degree in Airport Management or Business. The Authority currently has two (2) internship opportunities available, Oct 2016 – Dec 2016 and Jan 2017 – Mar 2017. Each of these internships is 12 weeks in length, and applicant should state the timeframe in which they are interested. For more information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/8324410.
DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS
The City of Garden City owns and operates the Garden City Regional Airport, which is a small non-hub airport located in Southwest Kansas. The Director of Operations is responsible for managing a staff of three on 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. For more information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/8330075.
Airport Manager - City of South Lake Tahoe, CA; one management position with benefits; reports to CM; $46.62 - $56.67/hr; FF: 8/8/16 by 5pm; apply online and add Job Info: http://apptrkr.com/844730. EOE.
Corgan is actively recruiting an experienced Planner to join our growing Aviation Practice in Dallas. The firm is currently working on innovative and challenging projects throughout the U.S. and is pursuing new opportunities overseas. The ideal candidate will be a team-oriented, highly-motivated individual seeking progressively more responsible assignments on a variety of aviation projects with previous experience planning terminals at medium to large airports. Experience in the aviation field and a willingness to travel is required. Knowledge of current aviation industry regulations pertaining to airport terminal planning is required as well as Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Advisory Circulars and orders. Knowledge of International Civil Aviation Organizations (ICAO) airport design/operation standards and International Air Transportation Association (IATA) planning standards are a plus. For more information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/8326557.
DEPUTY DIRECTOR OF INNOVATION AND BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT - SJC
The Deputy Director of Innovation and Business Development at San José International Airport is responsible for assisting the Director with identifying, evaluating, developing, and directing new and innovative revenue sources to diversify and enhance airport financial performance. This individual will work with SJC’s executive team to drive business growth by working with key industries and local stakeholders to identify new and innovative revenue opportunities. The successful candidate will have at least six years of senior aviation management experience at a medium or large hub airport with heavy emphasis on revenue generation and marketing, and strategic and long-range planning. A Bachelor’s degree in Aviation Management, Business Administration, or other related fields is required. A Master’s degree in Marketing, Business Administration, or Aviation Management is desired and AAAE/ACI accreditation is preferred. For instructions on how to apply, see the recruitment brochure at www.adkexecutivesearch.com. Position closes August 21, 2016.
SAFETY AND SECURITY SPECIALIST
Serves as Safety and Security Specialist in the Airport Operations Department (Department), Washington Dulles International Airport (Airport), Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority (Airports Authority). Inspects and enforces compliance with safety and security procedures for the Airport’s Security Program and Directives, and applicable Transportation Security Administration (TSA) and Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) regulations. Monitors ramp and landside operations of the Airport for unusual situations and safety hazards; arranges corrective actions or training with concessionaires, tenants, and other parties. Investigates incidents and supports Airports Authority and Federal officials performing investigations. For more information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/8326605.
RAMP CONTROLLER/MOBILE LOUNGE DISPATCHER
Serves as Ramp Controller/Mobile Lounge Dispatcher in the Airport Operations Department at Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD), Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority (Airports Authority). Controls aircraft and mobile lounges on the midfield ramps and taxi lanes (issues specific control instructions for push-backs, taxi lanes, etc.) and dispatches mobile lounges and Plane Mates (dispatching to terminals and aircraft, respectively), while monitoring aircraft movements in the ramp area. Helps to ensure safe and efficient airport operations on the ramps and taxi lanes. Performs related duties. For more information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/8326912.
SENIOR LANDING FEE ADMINISTRATOR
AvPORTS (of Teterboro, NJ), a leader in airport management seeks an Airport Landing Fee Administrator to perform difficult and/or complex general accounting tasks, as well as assist in establishing improved accounting methods and procedures. ESSENTIAL DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES: Administration of CompuLand Landing fee system. Responsible for daily audits of landing fee transactions that includes but is not limited to research, confirm or adjust daily entries, application of payments received from customers and changes and/or adjustments to customers’ information. Produces and issues various landing fee reports for monthly closings. Assists Manager of Accounting Services in special projects related to landing fees and accounts payable. Checks accuracy of invoices and enters information into MAS200 or future implemented system. Provides direction and guidance to other employee(s) as may be required concerning landing fees and related issues. Responsible for maintaining customer contact through positive lines of communication. Professionally represent the Company through frequent and meaningful contacts with customers. For more information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/8324103.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS OFFICER
Williston, North Dakota - Entry-level airport operations/ARFF position at the Sloulin Field International Airport. Reports to the Airport Operations Supervisor and assists in airport operations at the airport involving airside, landside, security and communications activities of a Part 139 airport. Duties include daily airfield and terminal building inspections to comply with local, state and federal regulations; Airport ID Badge issuance and driver training; NOTAM issuance; responding to questions and inquiries from the public, airport tenants, airlines and governmental regulatory agencies, performing weather observations and Aircraft Rescue and Fire Fighting duties on assigned shifts. Involves shift work, weekends and holidays. For a the complete job description please visit http://www.cityofwilliston.com/Jobs.aspx For the job application.
CONTROLLER - CONSTRUCTION AND DEVELOPMENT
LaGuardia Gateway Partners. The Controller – Construction and Development will work closely with Construction Manager to assist in creating seamless coordination amongst LaGuardia Gateway Partners (LGP), Design-Build Contractor (DB), Lenders’ Technical Advisor (LTA), Collateral Agent (CA) and The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey (PANYNJ) on the LaGuardia Airport Central Terminal Building Redevelopment Project. The Controller – Construction and Development must have an excellent work ethic, be able to work in a team environment; and liaise between various business and financial groups in order to meet overall company objectives and corporate compliance. For more information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/8320455.
AIRPORT PARKING MARKETING MANAGER
Manages multi-channel marketing efforts to grow non-aeronautical revenue and market share for Seattle-Tacoma International Airport parking operation and related parking programs. Marketing, Advertising and Promotions Management, Strategic Planning and Brand Management, Metrics, Measurement & Data Analysis. Combination of education and experience demonstrative knowledge, skills and abilities equivalent to: Bachelor’s degree in Journalism, Advertising, Marketing, Communications or a related field; and Five (5) years of experience in marketing, advertising or communications field(s). For more information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/8320653.
The Missoula County Airport Authority is accepting applications for an Administrative Manager. Experience in office management, general accounting and Human Resources are desired. Applications and job descriptions will be available at the Administration Office, 5225 Hwy. 10 West, Missoula, MT 59808 beginning Monday July 28, 2016, or by going to flymissoula.com and click on Alerts and Notices. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Any questions should be addressed to firstname.lastname@example.org. EEO Employer, Salary and benefits dependent on experience.
ASSISTANT CITY ATTORNEY III
City of San Antonio. Under general direction, is responsible for performing complex professional legal work involving research, consultation, drafting, and negotiation of contracts for the Aviation Department. Provides legal assistance, advice, and consultation primarily to the Aviation Department, in coordination with other City departments. Drafts legislation, code provisions, regulations, ordinances, legal opinions, amendments, resolutions, and guidelines or policies. Prepares leases and license agreements. Prepares other contracts and legal instruments. Attends public meetings of City Council, boards and commissions, and advises and addresses members in executive sessions or public forums. Assigns legal research to Paralegal and reviews their work. Performs related duties and fulfills responsibilities as required. Knowledge of legal research procedures. Knowledge of pertinent Federal, State, and local laws, ordinances, statutes, policies, and guidance and regulations, to include environmental, real estate, and leasing laws, rates and charges, FAR 139, FAA Airport Compliance Program, FAA Grant Assurance Program, TSA and TxDOT Aviation rules and regulations. For more information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/8313836.
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR - LEE COUNTY PORT AUTHORITY (RSW)
The Executive Director with the Lee County Port Authority is the top executive leadership position and is responsible for the administration, planning and operations of Southwest Florida International Airport and Page Field. Responsible to develop and implement short- and long-term plans and strategies to increase and/or expand airport capacity, enhance safety and security, attract and retain commercial airlines and tenants, as well as support general aviation services. Ideal candidates will have 10 years of increasingly responsible senior management experience in airport administration or operations, including at least five years as a member of the top management staff at a commercial airport of similar complexity. A bachelor’s degree in airport or aviation management, business administration, public administration or related field is required. AAE certification, master’s degree and pilot’s license are desirable. For information on how to apply, see the searches tab at www.adkexecutivesearch.com. Position closes August 14, 2016.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS DUTY MANAGER
Serves as an Airport Operations Duty Manager at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA). Performs airport management duties with shift responsibility for the safe, efficient, and secure operation of the entire DCA Airport (Airport) complex during assigned shift, including aircraft operations, terminal buildings, leased areas, Airports Authority office buildings, Airport road systems, Airport parking structures, and associated properties. Manages work with the goal of maximizing safety and security with minimal disruption to Airport operations. Develops and implements approved Airport security, certification and safety programs in accordance with Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and Transportation Security Administration (TSA) regulations and Airports Authority guidelines. Reacts and responds to incidents, events, problems and complaints in a professional manner with the authority to take appropriate actions. For more information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/8318245.
OPERATIONS SPECIALIST II
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. Staffs operations center, monitors CCTV system, operates access control system, assists in producing and controlling SIDA badges. Provides terminal, airfield security, performs security patrols, responds to security breaches, enforces TSA and SIDA regulations. Responds to incidents airside and landside, produces reports. Acts as information liaison between public, tenants, and authority. Interested candidate, visit http://flybirmingham.com/careers.aspx.
AIRPORT MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
Position closes July 31, 2016. Salary: $12.58-$18.87 per hour (DOE). Full-time position. Shift is currently scheduled for Tuesday through Saturday 6 a.m. to 2 p.m. Under general supervision, maintains airport grounds and facilities and provides aircraft traffic advisories to airport users by two-way radio. Essential Functions: 1. Ability to perform general maintenance of airport grounds, including mowing, trimming and general clean-up of runways, taxiways and all other grounds. 2. Ability to perform maintenance of airport facilities, vehicles and equipment, including terminal building, city-owned hangars, light replacement and minor equipment repairs. 3. Ability to communicate with pilots by two-way radio and by telephone to provide general information and direction, weather data and the status of runway use and traffic control advisories; ability to communicate to other airport users to provide information on airport operations. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/8313497.
MANAGER, REAL ESTATE SERVICES
Allegheny County Airport Authority. Under the limited supervision of the vice president, business development, responsible for driving the economic and real estate development approach, process and delivery on the use, retention, and expansion of the business and industrial base on non-aviation related authority property. Seeks out new real estate business development opportunities for multiple PIT and AGC sites and, in conjunction with the marketing and communications department, develops, coordinates and implements strategy and marketing plans designed to identify and capture new business opportunities that will maximize the utilization and revenue from the airports authority's land at PIT and AGC. Oversee the implementation of development programs and projects. Interact with developers, real estate professionals, business and property owners, lenders, board of directors, community groups, legal counsel, local, state and federal officials and citizen groups concerning development projects. Manages the real estate development process from site selection through approval and opening. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/8313707.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS SUPERVISOR
Broward County Aviation Department. The aviation department that operates Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport and North Perry Airport is seeking qualified applicants for the position of airport operations supervisor. This is administrative and supervisory work in managing the overall operation of a functional area within the aviation operations division. Work may involve responsibility for planning, coordinating and managing the operation of the airport operations control center (AOCC), security, landside, airfield within operations sections of a county airport. Employees in this class supervise and train subordinates engaged in airport operations and inspections, and ensures compliance with federal and county rules, regulations and procedures. Work is performed with considerable independent judgment in planning and implementing operational procedures related to the assigned section, and is reviewed through conferences and written reports. Duties include working rotating shifts and assignments, including holidays and weekends. Work requires communication with airport users, tenants, federal, state, local government and other agencies. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/8313706.
San Luis Valley Regional Airport. Responsible for planning, managing, directing and participating in all airport activities. Responsible for all inspections, safety, compliance and maintenance at the airport. Duties include grants management, budget preparation and compliance and development and maintenance of airport certification, security and emergency manuals. Bachelor’s degree in aviation management with three years of experience (10 years of experience in lieu of education is acceptable). Valid Colorado driver’s license required. Valid pilot’s license issued by FAA is desirable, ARFF certification is desirable. Salary range: $48,000-$52,000 per year. Subject to background investigation and drug screening. Applications may be picked up at Alamosa County Human Resource Office located at 8900-A Independence Way or obtained online at www.alamosacounty.org. Deadline for applications is July 27, 2016. Inquiries may be directed to 719-587-5166.
RS&H provides fully integrated architecture, engineering and consulting services to help clients realize their most complex facility and infrastructure projects for land, air and space. The company is committed to bringing extraordinary solutions to its clients through the promise of imagination, ingenuity and innovation. With a tradition of excellence that began in 1941, RS&H is consistently ranked among the nation's top 100 design firms. The company attribute its success to an unwavering commitment to its core values of integrity, quality service, business success and valuing associates. The company is currently seeking an experienced project architect/project manager for its aviation practice. The company's aviation experts are recognized industry leaders who provide cutting-edge solutions that shape the future of aviation in four broad service areas: airfields, buildings, environmental and planning. From large hub to small hub, commercial to private, you can help create aviation systems that serve communities around the world. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/8307637.
PRESIDENT-CEO (EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR)
The president – CEO (executive director) at the Capital Region Airport Authority (LAN) is responsible for the safe and efficient daily operation, administration, planning, maintenance and development of Capital Region International Airport and Mason Jewett Field. The president-CEO is responsible for regulatory and policy compliance affecting the airports and airport personnel as issued by pertinent authorities. It is preferred that the successful candidate have a bachelor’s degree in business administration, airport management or related field of study. Possession of certification as an Accredited Airport Executive (A.A.E.) is preferred, or ability to attain within three years. Candidates should demonstrate 10 years of progressively responsible experience in administration and operation of a commercial service airport and demonstrated management, financial and administrative capabilities. Experience as a veteran of the U.S. military is a plus. For instructions on how to apply, see the searches tab at www.adkexecutivesearch.com. Position closes Aug. 7, 2016.
The Elizabeth City-Pasquotank County (N.C.) Airport Authority is looking for an individual with strong leadership and organizational skills to serve as managing director of Elizabeth City Regional Airport. Interested applicants please send confidential resume and cover letter via email immediately - deadline is Aug. 15, 2016 - email@example.com. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/8304248.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS SUPERVISOR
Billings Logan International Airport. Bachelor’s degree with course work in airport administration, business management, fire science, or a related field. Three years of progressively responsible airport operations experience related to construction, facility maintenance, operation of heavy equipment, snow removal, and firefighting. Two years of supervisory experience is preferred. Possession of or ability to obtain a commercial driver's license and EMT certification. Experience with city government and the aviation industry are preferred. $25.71–$29.74/hour DOE, plus excellent benefits, including overtime and standby. Current hourly wage tops out at $34.43/hour The application and supporting documents can be submitted online at www.ci.billings.mt.us or to City of Billings, Human Resources, 210 N. 27th Street, Billings, MT 59101. Pre-employment drug testing and a federal fingerprint based criminal history check are required. EOE. Applications must be received by 5 p.m. August 5, 2016
AVIATION UTILITY BUSINESS MANAGER
Port of Seattle. Provides management, financial administration and leadership to the Utilities program for the Aviation Facilities and Infrastructure department at the Port of Seattle.
ENVIRONMENT AND NOISE ABATEMENT ANALYST
Duties and responsibilities include the following: manages noise abatement and environmental programs at DeKalb-Peachtree Airport, ensuring compliance with federal, state and local laws; plans, develops and implements procedures for monitoring and reducing aircraft noise including noise abatement procedures, high noise events, curfew period, and public information programs; reviews airport environmental documents, airport master plan process and documentation and makes recommendation; monitors collection of water samples and reports on corrective action taken; serves as member of consultant selection committees, reviews work, confers with citizens, organizations, attorneys and the general public regarding future projects and development; reviews, analyzes and evaluates information collected from noise monitors utilizing FAA data; and serves as assistant airport director in his/her absence. Requires bachelor's degree in civil or aeronautical engineering, airport administration, airport management or related field and three years of experience in aircraft noise and environmental monitoring or a related field. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/8301872.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS AGENT
Midland, Texas. Entry-level airport operations position at Midland International Air & Space Port. Assists the AOCC supervisor with specific airport operations involving airside, landside, security and communications activities of a Part 139 small hub airport. Duties include daily airfield and terminal building inspections to comply with local, state and federal regulations; airport ID badge issuance and fingerprinting; assurance of Part 1542 compliance with access control system; NOTAM issuance; responding to inquiries from the public, airport tenants, airlines and governmental regulatory agencies. Involves shift work, weekends and holidays. Minimum requirements include a B.S. degree in aviation management, business administration or related field and the ability to obtain a Texas Class C driver's license. Starting annual salary $40,032; salary range $40,032- $54,168. Resumes accepted until July 31, 2016. Apply online at www.midlandtexas.gov. EOE.
DIRECTOR, MARKETING AND COMMUNICATIONS
LaGuardia Gateway Partners. Responsible for development and execution of the overall marketing and communications strategy that supports non-aeronautical revenue generation and media, public and government relations. A key member of the senior management team, this role will help LaGuardia Gateway Partners build and maintain a pre-eminent position as the developer and operator of the Central Terminal Building. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/8295973.
SENIOR CIVIL ENGINEER - AIRPORT PAVEMENTS
SRA International, Inc., a CSRA company, is seeking a qualified individual to perform civil engineering duties and serve as the principle investigator for developing its testing objectives and reports within the Airport Pavement Task Area under its airport technology R&D contract. SRA currently holds a contract with FAA to support the Airport Technology Research and Development (ATRD) technical/engineering support program at the FAA William J. Hughes Technical Center in Atlantic City, N.J. The ATRD Branch supports FAA’s mission by conducting research and development required to enhance the safety of operations at the nation’s airports and to ensure the adequacy of engineering specifications and standards in all areas of the airport systems and, where necessary, develop data to support new standards. For more detailed information on the support CSRA provides to FAA, visit http://www.airporttech.tc.faa.gov/ and review the Airport Pavement area for a sampling of some of the work this position will provide. For additional information visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/8296076.
DEPUTY DIRECTOR, FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION
The deputy director, finance and administration at Lincoln Airport directs and manages all fiscal policies and practices, human resources and administrative functions related to the airport’s enterprise and performs other duties as assigned. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, lease administration, administration of insurance program and fiscal administration of grants and bonded indebtedness. Due to the nature of the position, extensive leeway is granted for the exercise of independent judgment and initiative. The successful candidate should have a bachelor’s or master’s degree in accounting and 10 years of accounting/audit experience; public or governmental accounting experience with at least five of those years in a progressive, supervisory role. Active Certified Public Accountant (CPA) license strongly preferred, or the ability to obtain within 24 months, and Certified Government Financial Manager (CGFM) designation desirable. For instructions on how to apply, visit the searches tab at www.adkexecutivesearch.com. Position closes Aug. 4, 2016.
AVIATION BUSINESS SPECIALIST - COMMERCIAL AVIATION
The aviation business specialist position in the terminal concessions program interacts with the concessions tenants at Phoenix Sky Harbor, as well as private sector, private businesses, consultants, engineers, architects, attorneys, government entities, utility companies and other city department managers and staff. Assists in monitoring and administering contracts for Sky Harbor, including all retail, food and beverage, and miscellaneous income producing contracts. Also assists in developing business solicitation proposals and revenue contract solicitation (RCS) processes for the aviation department. Additionally, will be involved in tenant accounts and contract compliance management services, account research and resolution, lease agreements preparation, tenant improvement project development plan review, financial and statistical data analysis, and report writing. This is a professional position requiring interpersonal skills, business writing skills, critical thinking skills, statistical interpretation, and contractual experience. The selected candidate will be required to function in a fast-paced business environment. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/8287321.
PROJECT ENGINEER - PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT
Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport. Responsible for assisting in the planning and managing of engineering-related design and construction projects and performing engineering design and evaluation for Kenton County Airport Board. Other responsibilities include assisting other KCAB departments with respect to engineering and construction issues and assisting with various ongoing engineering programs/projects. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/8289411.
SENIOR PROJECT ENGINEER
Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport. Responsible for planning and managing engineering-related design and construction projects for Kenton County Airport Board. Manages assigned airport and tenant projects at CVG to ensure that they are well planned, coordinated, scoped, budgeted and designed; constructed safely, on schedule, within budget, with good quality, with minimal operational impacts and with positive effects on overall security. Coordinates all phases of development including requests for proposals for architectural/engineering services, development of plans and specifications, project budget and schedules, construction, construction administration and inspection and project closeout. Other responsibilities include assisting other KCAB departments with respect to engineering and construction issues and managing various ongoing engineering programs/projects. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/8289428.
PROGRAM/PROJECT MANAGER - CONSOLIDATED RENTAL CAR FACITLITY
Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport. CVG is seeking a qualified and experienced program/project manager to manage the, planning, design, construction and activation of the CONRAC facility program and coordinate business plans and analysis as applicable with other stakeholders. Additionally, responsible for maintaining the CONRAC master schedule, including combining schedules from multiple consultants and coordinating with the business and financial divisions of CVG and the rental car facility management company to ensure the critical milestones for all elements of the CONRAC program are identified, programmed and updated to meet a 2021 opening date. Long-term assignment – full-time position being funded from the project budget. The term of the position is expected to terminate upon completion of the project. For additional information, visithttp://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/8289439.
SUPERVISOR, AIRPORT SECURITY
TBI Airport Management is the private operator of Burbank Bob Hope Airport. TBI is looking to add a position of security supervisor in the airport’s security and badging department to liaise between various airport departments, including TSA, police department and various airport tenants. TBI will only consider candidates who meet the minimum requirements of the position. Email a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. For a complete copy of the job description, please go to http://bobhopeairport.com/careers/.
DEPUTY AIRPORT DIRECTOR
Huntington Tri-State Airport Authority. Full-time. Status: Exempt. Salary range: $53,000-$58,000 annually (DOQ). Assists the airport director with the management of the Tri-State Airport Authority. Implements and coordinates safety, security and other rules and regulations for the authority and assists the airport director with oversight of construction activities. Oversees the daily activities in airport operations (Aircraft rescue fire fighting – ARFF), police and maintenance departments at Tri-State Airport. Requires a B.S. degree in aviation administration/management, or similar. Three years of airport operations and/or airport management experience; two years of professional experience in a supervisory-level capacity a plus. Must possess a valid driver's license and have a clean driving record. If interested in applying for this job, submit resume and cover letter to Human Resources, ATTN: Rachel Elkins, 1449 Airport Rd., Huntington, WV 25704.
City of San Jose - Mineta San Jose International Airport. Under the direction of the deputy director of the planning and development division for the airport, performs a variety multi-discipline airport project support technical functions and may have the opportunity to lead, develop and deliver selective airport projects in the airport capital development program of various and considerable complexities. The project support areas that may be assigned to the senior architect to lead include oversight of tenant improvements, further development of the graphic information systems/computer aided drafting and design (GIS/CADD), managing the signage program, and ensuring environmental compliance program. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/8290232.
MANAGER, EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS AND SECURITY - ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGER II
County of Orange, John Wayne Airport. Primarily responsible for ensuring that the airport emergency plan and airport security plan are kept current and key stakeholders are well-versed in the execution of plans, procedures and regulatory requirements for each. Plans and executes mandated and airport-initiated emergency preparedness exercises in collaboration with all airport divisions, airport tenants, contract services (law and fire) and local/state/federal agencies as necessary; and maintains a relationship with the county's emergency management division responsible for the County of Orange Operational Area (OA). Responsible for the airport's emergency operations center (EOC) functionality, equipment, supplies; training of airport staff for assigned EOC positions; administration of the airport's employee-based emergency response team (ERT) that includes quarterly meetings, basic emergency response training and field exercises; maintenance of the airport's emergency supply cache (food, water, supplies); and budget recommendations related to emergency preparedness and security. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/8278433.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS OFFICER
The City of Fresno, Fresno Yosemite International Airport, is currently recruiting for a dynamic airports operations officer (AOO). Under general supervision, performs administrative duties contributing to the efficiency of airport operations; monitors and inspects the airfield, airport facilities and personnel to ensure compliance with FAA, TSA, and airport policies and procedures. In addition, responsible for coordinating airport operations to ensure safety and security of the public, tenants and airport staff. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/8281673.
United Ground Express. Station is an important part of customers' travel experience. Leads stations' day-to-day operational, service, financial and team performance. Most importantly, creates a great place to work for team and a welcoming environment for customers. Responsible for day-to-day operational and financial performance of assigned station, monitoring performance against plan and initiating corrective actions to improve results. Ensures compliance with safety requirements, including security checkpoint and GSC responsibilities. Sets a positive example for station team to ensure excellent customer service. Maintains a positive work environment, strong employee relations, and collaborative relationships. Solicits customer feedback to understand customer needs and opportunities to improve their travel experience. Demonstrates a calm demeanor during periods of high volume or irregular operations. Provides coaching and direction to the station team to achieve operational goals. Manages the station budget, staffing forecasts and resource requirements. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/8278777.
Huntsville-Madison (Ala.) Airport Authority. Duties include airside and landside inspections, periodic safety and quality control inspections of aviation fuel storage facility and fueling operations, safety and environmental compliance, emergency response, NOTAM management, wildlife management, and communications coordinator duties on an as-needed basis. Communications coordinator duties include security system monitoring, responding to operations and security-related issues, and public safety dispatch. Candidates should be familiar with FAR Parts 139 and 77 and with TSAR 1540 series. This position is required to work a rotating schedule, including second and third shift, weekends, and on-call. Individual will serve as liaison between airport management, tenants and the public. Benefits include family health insurance, retirement, health reimbursement account, etc. Applications can be submitted at http://flyhuntsville.applicantpro.com. Equal Opportunity Employer. Drug Free Workplace.
VICE PRESIDENT, INFLIGHT
Reporting to the senior vice president, guest experience, the vice president, inflight at WestJet Airlines is responsible for the safe and reliable delivery of best-in-class service on all 737 and 767 WestJet flights. As such, the vice president, inflight is expected to be a visible and inclusive leader in the organization, instilling and upholding the values and diverse culture of WestJet. The successful leader is expected to play an active role in injecting innovation and progressive service standards, tools and systems into the inflight guest experience. While the main focus of the role is inflight services, including aircraft provisioning and onboard product, she or he is also a member of WestJet’s top leadership team and, therefore, is expected to be a strong and active contributor to the development and execution of WestJet’s strategic plan and growth agenda. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/8270251.
EXPERIENCED CIVIL ENGINEER
Mead & Hunt, Inc., a nationally recognized professional services consulting firm, is seeking an experienced civil engineer for its Atlanta area office. Responsibilities include design and construction administration of airport projects; preparation of reports, cost estimates, specifications, plans, schedules, studies and permits; assisting with client contact and communication pertaining to specific projects; and may serve as an onsite project representative during construction. Travel will be required. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/8272953.
EXPERIENCED CIVIL ENGINEER
Mead & Hunt, Inc., a nationally recognized professional services consulting firm, is seeking an experienced civil engineer for its Lexington office. Responsibilities include design and construction administration of airport projects; preparation of reports, cost estimates, specifications, plans, schedules, studies and permits; assisting with client contact and communication pertaining to specific projects; and may serve as an onsite project representative during construction. Travel will be required. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/8272969.
PRINCIPAL PROPERTY MANAGER
City of San Jose - Mineta San Jose International Airport. Under direction of deputy director of aviation of the finance/administration division for the airport, the principal property manager position plans, organizes and manages all aspects of airport lease and property development. Responsible for complex tenant negotiations, transactions and RFPs in addition to developing, writing, reviewing and presenting complex reports, documents and correspondence. Requires expert knowledge in airport property management, airline, operating agreements, concessions agreements, tenant leases, tenant licenses and permits, real estate development, retail concession development in an airport environment, contract provisions, and airport leasing laws and legal procedures, and rate setting methodologies. Requires a strong understanding of FAA regulations, aviation industry standards, state statues, city ordinances, expert negotiation and interpersonal skills and strong oral and written communication skills. Certified property managers are desired. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/8239206.
PRESIDENT AND CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
The president and CEO of the Rhode Island Airport Corporation is responsible for leading the six state-owned airports, including T.F. Green/Providence. Under the direction of the board of directors, the CEO is responsible for the strategic development of RIAC through oversight of all functions and activities at all airports operated under RIAC’s authority. At this stage in RIAC’s development, the board is seeking a dynamic, visionary and strategic leader who can capture the substantial growth opportunity available to RIAC within the evolving global aviation industry. The CEO represents RIAC in all airport-related matters and is responsible for policy development; maintaining RIAC’s fiscal integrity; anticipating and planning RIAC’s budgetary and development needs; and maintaining positive employee, community and political relations. The position provides leadership, management, coaching and guidance to RIAC staff and coordinates, cultivates and preserves a harmonious working relationship with RIAC stakeholders (including local, state, and national government bodies). For additional information, http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/8231842.