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DEPUTY DIRECTOR OF AVIATION - PLANNING, DEVELOPMENT AND CONSTRUCTION
The Deputy Director of Aviation – Planning, Development, and Construction at the Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport leads the airport’s project management, planning, engineering, environmental, design, and construction efforts with oversight over the Master Planning, Environmental, and Engineering/Architecture divisions. This position organizes the execution of airport capital program and budget, airport master plan, and any architectural or engineering-related initiatives, as well as managing the capital needs of the new airport and redevelopment of the vacated airport complex. Posting closes April 23,2017.
The Director at Ricondo & Associates is responsible for planning, directing, managing, or coordinating extensive and complex airport programs, projects, and studies. This position provides high level technical expertise and reports to a Vice President or above. The ideal candidate will have a Bachelor's degree in Aviation Planning, Aviation Management, Architecture, Engineering or a planning related field and a minimum 15 years of professional planning experience, with at least five (5) years in a leadership, supervisory, or management role. A Master's degree in Business Administration, Aviation Planning, Aviation Management, Engineering or Architecture is preferred. Posting closes April 28, 2017.
ASSISTANT AIRPORT MANAGER - CITY OF NEW BEDFORD
Supervises the overall operational and administrative functions of the Airport including personnel, scheduling, maintenance, and repair of airport buildings, runways, taxiways, vehicles and ground maintenance. Responsible for personnel management, orientation, training, scheduling and performance evaluations of all maintenance, operations and administrative staff. Manages all Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and Mass DOT Aeronautics Division airport improvement projects as well as other airport construction projects with an emphasis on safety and security implementation. Determines the safety of the airfield and surface conditions, and order the closing of runway(s) and/or the airport, in the absence of, or in conjunction with, the Airport Manager; coordinate with appropriate representatives from the Airport’s ATCT, the FAA, the Mass DOT Aeronautics Division and other agencies as necessary
ASSISTANT AIRPORT DIRECTOR (EXECUTIVE MANAGER)
The County of Orange, John Wayne Airport, has a challenging opportunity for a results-oriented, senior level professional to join its executive team. The Assistant Airport Director provides oversight and management of airport activity through planning, directing, and organizing several functional areas of airport operations which include: Business Development, Facilities, Finance & Administration, Operations, and Public Affairs. Through managing subordinate staff, this position will help guide asset management, compliance with applicable federal, state and County regulations and policies, maintenance and capital improvement projects, budget development and management, external affairs, and provide assistance in determining airport staffing needs. Qualified candidates are encouraged to apply immediately.
SENIOR AIRPORT OPERATIONS OFFICER
Senior Airport Operations Officers are responsible for airside, landside and terminal functions, assuring the airport operates in accordance with various federal, state and local rules and regulations. Normal job functions may include: leading the daily activities of the on-duty Airport Operations Officer(s), coordinating day-to-day operations, overseeing/conducting airfield inspections for compliance with FAR Part 139, conducting security-related functions and responding to security-related incidents in compliance with FAR Part 1542, responding to aircraft emergencies, and providing quality customer service to airport tenants and passengers. This position may also conduct training classes as necessary on these subject areas. To apply for the position, please visit the City of Dallas home page at: www.dallascityhall.com. Application will be accepted from March 29, 2017 until April 15, 2017.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS SPECIALIST - BURLINGTON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
This position is responsible for assisting the Director of Airport Operations and the Operations Foreman in daily management of airport facilities, reviewing aeronautical conditions and making recommendations for operational safety. Responsibilities include but are not limited to: Conduct daily inspections of runways, taxiways, ramps and other aeronautical areas in accordance with Federal and State Aviation operational standards. Conduct wildlife management in accordance with BTV's Wildlife Hazard Management Plan; including the carrying and discharging of firearms, pyrotechnics and utilization of other wildlife management techniques. Make immediate and vital decisions affecting the continuation of air and ground operations during emergency conditions, construction, and snow removal operations in accordance with Part 139, 49 CFR 1542, and other applicable advisory circulars and security directives BA/BS in Aviation/Airport Management or related field required and six (6) months of experience as an Operation Specialist at a Part 139 air carrier airport preferred.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS SUPERVISOR
Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport is currently seeking an Airport Operations Supervisor for a multi-functional role in an organization that thrives on collaboration, vigor and every-changing challenges. The position requires a self-motivated leader that brings organization, positive energy, and motivation for growth while also keeping focus on the broader dynamic goals for the Airport. Organizes and directs the Operations functions at RMMA to achieve short and medium term goals. Coordinates activities essential for the efficient, safe and continuous operation of the airport. Directly supervises an Operations staff of 4-6 personnel and provides leadership to a Maintenance and Fleet staff of 8-10 personnel. Reports to the Manager of Airport Operations.
AIRPORT MANAGER - CITY OF BOULDER CITY
Responsible for managing the operations of the municipal airport; daily airfield inspections; removes debris from runway; checks navigational equipment and airfield lighting; issues work orders monitors repair operations; coordinates removal of wildlife from airport; ensures compliance with FAA safety rules and regulations; responds to airport emergencies; directs emergency response; develops emergency procedures; oversees airfield construction; coordinates activities with on-site consultant inspection personnel; coordinates and attends pre-bid and pre-construction meetings; develops implements the five year FAA Capital Improvement Plan; develops and implements airport policies and procedures; manages airport maintenance activities; serves as liaison with outside counsel for airport-related legal matters; updates City Council and administrators concerning legal concerns; trains tenants, employees and contractors concerning airport gate access procedures and ground vehicle operation policies; manages private hangar lease operations; conducts hangar inspections; issues letters of default for non-payment; coordinates lease agreements; directs the maintenance of airport vehicle and equipment; develops marketing strategies.
EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS MANAGER
The Emergency Preparedness Manager at Massport manages the development, implementation, and administration of Massport's emergency management plans and programs. Oversees Massport's emergency support coordination, training, and exercise planning working closely with the operating units, Fire Rescue, the State Police, MPA police and airport operations at all airports and interacts with other Emergency Managers and agencies on a federal, state, and local level. EDUCATION: Bachelor's degree in Business Administration, Public Administration, Aviation Management, Emergency Management, Criminal Justice or a closely related field; Master's degree preferred; and (within 1 year of hiring) successful completion of National Incident Management System (NIMS) - Incident Command System (ICS) Training (ICS 100, 200, 402, and 700). ICS 300 is optional. EXPERIENCE: 5-7 years of experience in a security or public safety or emergency management role with a minimum of 5 years in a management or leadership position preferred. For more information and to apply, visit www.massport.com
MANAGER, AIRSIDE/LANDSIDE/FLEET MAINTENANCE
The Manager, Airside/Landside/Fleet Maintenance at the Massachusetts Port Authority manages the day-to-day operations and maintenance of our roadways, airfield, fleet vehicles and heavy equipment to the policies and procedures of Massport, state and federal regulations. EDUCATION: Bachelor's Degree in Aviation Management or equivalent professional work experience required. EXPERIENCE: 5-7 years' experience in Aircraft Operating Area maintenance required. Unique Expertise/Certification/Registration: Current and valid drivers' license, unrestricted except for corrective lenses and automatic transmission. Working knowledge of word processing, database and spreadsheet applications. Knowledge of airport facilities operation and Federal Aviation Administration Part 139 regulations pertaining to airport maintenance. Knowledge of wildlife management, snow removal, and heavy equipment operation. Ability to pass Massport's controlled substances testing and background security checks. For a detailed job description, visit Massport website www.massport.com and apply online.
AIRPORT SECURITY COORDINATOR
The County of Volusia is seeking an Airport Security Coordinator. This position will be responsible for planning, managing and coordinating the safety and security-related activities, communications, and security programs for the Daytona Beach International Airport. Candidate will be responsible for supervising one (1) administrative staff position and 15 temporary employee (Curbside, communication and security) positions.