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DEPUTY DIRECTOR, AVIATION PANYNJ
The Port Authority of New York & New Jersey (PANYNJ) is seeking a dynamic aviation professional for the role of Deputy Director, Aviation in the Aviation Department headquarters located in New York City. Reporting to the Director of Aviation, the Deputy Director, serving as second in command, provides direct oversight of a substantial operating and capital budget and overall direction to an executive management team of 13 senior staff members and an operational/maintenance staff of nearly 1,500 employees; five airports: John F. Kennedy International, Newark Liberty International, LaGuardia, Teterboro, and Stewart International airports, and a management agreement at Atlantic City International Airport. The successful candidate will have a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in aviation management, airport management, business or public administration, engineering or a related field is required. An advanced degree is desired. Position closes March 24, 2017.
AIRSIDE REGULATORY AND SAFETY COMPLIANCE SUPERVISOR
Provides oversight of regulatory FAR Part 139 compliance, Airport safety, fueling and CCAA rules and regulations. Ensures Airports compliance with FAR Part 139, FAA series 150 advisory circulars, TSR 1542, and applicable fire codes in ATA part 103 and NFPA 407. Conducts research and develops recommendations to enhance airport safety/Safety Management Systems. Responsible for the development of training programs and instructional programs for the Airport staff. Conducts Initial and Annual training required for Airport employees as set forth in Airport Certification Manual. Prepares and distributes NOTAMs and monitors airport owned NAVAIDs and lighting systems. Maintains Airfield Inspection Records. Performs Airside Operations duties as required. Full job description is posted at www.flypgd.com/jobs. To apply, send resume by email, mail or fax: 941-639-4792.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS INTERN - DM AIRPORTS LTD.
Acting as airport management’s representative, you will assist in the enforcement of airport regulations and resolve problems/queries with established procedures and security protocols. You will assist the Operations department in the following: Airfield safety and security to include; identifying, preventing, and/or removing all hazards to aviation including FOD, wildlife, AOA incursions, unauthorized vehicle and pedestrian entry, and disabled aircraft. Oversee airfield construction to maintain a safe and efficient operating environment. Act as a liaison with Air Traffic Control, Morristown ARFF, and all responding agencies during airport emergencies. Assist U. S. Customs and Border Protection and Department of Agriculture officials during international arrivals, including the disposal of regulated cargo and marshaling of aircraft. Learn how to issue and record NOTAMS. Process tail numbers of transient aircraft for the collection of landing fees. Monitor and operate airport security cameras and gate systems. Any additional projects, tasks or duties as assigned.