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DIRECTOR OF BUSINESS & REVENUE
Performs management work and supervision of staff in the planning, directing, supervising and reviewing the work of commercial services, airline and rental cars, terminal concessions, research and analysis, public services including valet parking, fueling and fixed based operator including corporate aviation at Charlotte Douglas International Airport. Oversees multi-million dollar program that includes all revenue contracts, commercial activities, public services, passenger services including customer experience and amenities. This position may be assigned as a delegate for the Chief Business and Innovation Officer in their absence. Considerable independent judgment and initiative is expected and extensive public contact is involved. Maintain effective working relationships with tenants, City departments, co-workers, the public, contractors, regulatory agencies, state and federal agencies. Salary Range: $129,821 - $144,246 The Aviation Department typically hires at minimum rate. However, exceptions may be considered based on qualifications. Closing Date: May 7, 2017 Apply on line at https://careers.charlottenc.gov
NOISE SPECIALIST/ENVIRONMENTAL PROJECT MANAGER
HNTB is seeking a Noise Specialist/Environmental Project Manager in our Arlington, VA office. Responsible for formulating and conducting transportation noise studies in an efficient manner and formulating results in a concise, well-written document. Requires working knowledge of statistics, aviation, highway and transit related noise analysis, and computer programming. The candidate should have good knowledge of aviation and airspace systems, and should be experienced and proficient in the analysis of the range of available data used to perform environmental analysis of aircraft noise for airports and airspace as well as highway and transit projects. The ideal candidate will be proficient in the use of the suite of FAA, FHWA and FTA noise modeling tools, with experience with the INM and additional emphasis on the development or application of the AEDT, TNM, and transit noise and vibration impact assessment. Responsible for developing, growing, nurturing and sustaining client relationships, both current and prospective.
AIRPORT SECURITY COORDINATOR
Salary range is $39,998.00 - $46,000.00 Job Posting #1079 The Capital Region Airport Commission is recruiting for the position of Airport Security Coordinator at the Richmond International Airport (RIC). Responsible for the daily coordination of the airport’s badging office. Monitoring of the Airport Access ID Program involving identification/access badges, keys, and parking decal processing, issuance, and security record management as they pertain to RIC Airport Security Program, and FAA and TSA security requirements.
AIRPORT MANAGEMENT INTERNSHIP
Appleton International Airport (ATW) is a primary commercial service airport with over 250,000 enplanements each year. ATW is served by Allegiant, Delta, and United. ATW is Wisconsin''s fourth largest commercial service airport in the third largest metropolitan area. It''s situated on over 1,690 acres with 172,000 square foot terminal. The internship will commence on or after 06/05/17 and consist of up to one year of professional introduction into airport operations, facility management, marketing and finance. Qualified candidates will be a recent graduate or graduated by the start date with an airport management degree field or equivalent, possess strong work ethic and initiative to carry out assignments without direct supervision. Intern required to work weekends or shift work and compensated at $12.00/hour. Submit credentials and resume to Appleton International Airport, W6390 Challenger Drive, Suite 201, Appleton WI 54914 or email email@example.com, deadline 05/31/17. For more information visit www.atwairport.com or call 920-832-5267.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS COORDINATOR - AIRSIDE (IAH)
The role of the Airport Operations Coordinator ensures that the airfield meets all FAR 139 requirements to provide a safe and efficient operating environment for aircraft, vehicles and personnel; coordinates airfield maintenance and construction activities; participates in various phases of emergency management and irregular operations, while interacting with airlines, federal agencies, and airport management; responds to aircraft and medical emergencies; and monitors the arrival, parking, refueling, loading, and departure of aircraft. Assist with revisions to the airport''s regulatory documents. Must have a working knowledge of FAA rules, regulations, directives, procedures and Advisory Circulars governing airport operations. Should be able to act independently, decisively in emergency situations and assume a leadership role in identifying and executing workable solutions to mitigate problems. Inspects aircraft movement areas to ensure a safe and secure environment and initiates corrective actions. Reports unsafe conditions and policy/procedure violations and generate inspection reports.
SENIOR LANDSIDE AGENT (IAH)
Maintains a safe and efficient airport environment for passengers and personnel by conducting landside inspections, regulatory investigations, and emergency response and security activities. Assist with activities by acting in a lead capacity to agents and enforces safety, security regulations and policies. Inspects airport terminal areas, the perimeter, and tenant facilities to ensure safe and secure operations. Observes and reports tenant and airline activities to ensure compliance with airport leases, contracts, standards and policies/procedures. Inspects and enforces applicable regulations and policies by performing required safety and compliance inspections of commercial vehicles and may issue citations as needed. Acts as field liaison to support operational activities. Maintains order during aeronautical-related emergencies per Airport Emergency Plan and other airport rules and regulations. May conduct security activities while maintaining reports, performs traffic and curbside management, and assists in training of agents. Contributes to the team by performing other duties as assigned.