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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.
LAN Administrator at Manchester-Boston Regional Airport: Performs technical planning, support and training assignments relating to data networks, LAN administration, network operating systems software; performs directly related work as required.
AIRPORTS FACILITIES MANAGER
Airports Facilities Manager - Meadows Field Airport (BFL) located in the County of Kern, centrally located in California, is recruiting for the position of Airports Facilities Manager. This position reports to the Chief Operations Officer, responsible for the administration of all operational functions of the Kern County Airport System facilities inclusive of airfield pavements, clear zones, airfield lighting, airfield painting, RSAs, flight and ground instruments, and other component systems. Manages maintenance personnel in all aspects of Part 139 FAA airfield and airport facility activities, including capital project oversight, inspection, and compliance. Interested applicants can review the full job description and must complete an on-line application at www.governmentjobs.com/careers/kernco, Internal Exam No. 6901. Resumes will not be accepted in lieu of a completed employment application.
This is a ten (10) week, temporary position that consists of on-the-job training and special projects as assigned by the Airport Director. Start date for this internship will be May 30, 2017. Duties include aiding and assisting in daily airfield operations, airport development, and the maintenance of airport facilities. Responsibilities include accurate and timely completion of assigned tasks involving written and oral reports relating to the examination, analysis, and assessment of all aspects concerning management in aviation. This internship will provide exposure to the various departments within the Manassas Regional Airport and is comprised of three management disciplines: Airport Administration, Airport Operations, and Airport Maintenance. Housing is included with the internship and provided through George Mason University summer intern housing located in Fairfax, Virginia. It is the responsibility of the chosen applicant to apply for housing and complete all necessary requirements in time for GMU's deadline.
CONSTRUCTION ADMINISTRATOR(S) - ON CALL
Mead & Hunt, Inc., a nationally recognized professional services consulting firm, is experiencing unprecedented growth. We are looking to hire on-call construction administrator(s) to work with our aviation group. Responsibilities include construction administration on airfield pavement and electrical systems projects; coordination of survey work and materials testing; serving as owner’s representative to monitor construction activities for compliance with plans and specifications; and assisting with progress meetings. Travel to construction sites is an essential function of this position; therefore, a valid driver’s license is required. Extended hours and overnight stays may be required. This position is part-time and will be located at various project sites around Michigan and neighboring states; it is currently an on-call (i.e., no benefits) position which could potentially be converted to a regular, benefits-eligible position.
ASSISTANT AVIATION DIRECTOR - BUSINESS PLANNING
This position directs the activities of Deputy Directors in the Business, Contracts, and Design and Construction Division areas of the City of Phoenix Aviation Department. The incumbent resolves problems and conflicts and establishes good management practices within the department. This class serves under the general direction of and in close coordination with the Director of Aviation Services. Responsibilities include managing several key functions of the Aviation Department; such as administration, business and development, financial management, capital management, and contracts and services. Duties may rotate amongst the Assistant Aviation Director’s. Day to day duties will include working with elected officials and advisory boards, managing business in a regulatory environment, and developing strategic initiatives for improved efficiency or customer service. This recruitment may be used for any current or future vacancies over the life of the eligible list.
VICE PRESIDENT, AIRPORTS AND STATE ADVOCACY
In collaboration with the SVP of Government Affairs and the AOPA Leadership Team, develop AOPA policies and implement effective advocacy strategies on broad national or precedent setting airport and state issues. This will often include the need to coordinate the involvement and support of other AOPA resources, including federal legislative and regulatory staff, the communications and media teams, and AOPA’s legal counsel. Provide briefings and issues updates and to SVP/Government Affairs, and other AOPA Executive leadership and divisions. Serve as a resource on airport and state issues to the Association’s internal media outlets for inclusion in member communications and to outside media. Provide strategic and tactical leadership to the Airports and State Advocacy Team. Foster innovation, independent thinking and initiative in a cross-trained team that continues to effectively protect and advance member interests on a variety of airport related issues and state legislative initiatives. See full description on website.
SENIOR DIRECTOR, FLIGHT TRAINING BUSINESS SUPPORT
The senior director of flight training business resources is responsible for providing day-to-day leadership of the business resources segment of the Flight Training Network and other efforts under the You Can Fly brand as needed. The position provides strategic direction and action in support of the business operations of Flight Training Network members. The senior director of business support will provide daily oversite of vendors and contractors developing and delivering business-related training and support to the Flight Training Network. This position is located in Frederick, Md., and reports to the AOPA vice president of aviation program operations. Please see full description on website.
SENIOR DIRECTOR, FLIGHT TRAINING TECHNOLOGY
The senior director of Flight Training Technology is responsible for providing day-to-day leadership of technology-related elements of the Flight Training initiative and other efforts under the You Can Fly brand as needed. The position provides strategic direction and action in areas related to identifying, selecting, implementing, and managing technology solutions in support of the Flight Training Network and its members and management. The senior director of flight training technology will provide daily oversite of vendors and contractors supplying technology solutions to the Flight Training Network and will work closely with AOPA’s I&T department. This position is located in Frederick, Md., and reports to the AOPA vice president of aviation program operations. Please see full description on website.
City of Renton Airport Internship is a 3 month seasonal internship established to provide practical work experience to the incumbent whose interest and intention is working in the aviation industry. Assist with administrative duties, airport inspection, maintenance and security. Complete tasks as directed and contribute through good work habits and positive interactions with others. For more information and to view the complete job posting please visit the City of Renton's website. Salary: $18.00/hour To apply: Please submit your application to the City of Renton using the following website https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/rentonwa
SENIOR AVIATION PLANNER
Hanson Professional Services Inc. is seeking a candidate to fill a full time Senior Aviation Planner position. This position is expected to take a leading role in the Hanson airport planning program and serve as a technical lead. This position will have a focus on the Midwest (Chicago, Detroit and Memphis FAA Airport District Office areas), but will also support airport planning in southeast and southcentral geographies. Office location is flexible within the focus market area.
BUSINESS MANAGER - RALEIGH/DURHAM AIRPORT AUTHORITY
Provides property lease management services for the daily operations of concession tenants including food/beverage, retail, commissary, ground rentals, General Aviation Terminal, rental car and passenger services with a focus on developing commercial business opportunities. Plans all aspects of business operations and increases customer relations through development of concession concepts and ensuring financial sustainability. 3-5 years of experience in shopping center, rental car, or airport retail management.
This position is responsible for coordinating large and small airport projects for the Southwest Florida International Airport and Page Field General Aviation Airport. Work involves the coordination of staff, consultants and contractors; and involves negotiations. This position is responsible for keeping all airport engineering and construction projects on schedule, under budget and fully coordinated. Requires experience with multi-disciplined architectural, engineering and construction improvement projects and contracts. Excellent communications skills are a must.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS OFFICER - WICHITA AIRPORT AUTHORITY
This is a professional airport operations position which exercises a high level of discretion and judgment regarding a wide variety of duties both independently and supervised for all airport operations. The position exercises considerable confidential and independent decision making in response to difficult situations involving airside, landside and terminal operations. The Airport Operations Manager provides work assignments, instructions, and evaluations through observations, reports, inspections, and discussion. The primary mission of the position is compliance with Title 14, Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), Part 139– Certification of Airports, and the Airport Certification Manual.
AIRFIELD OPERATIONS SPECIALIST (LEAD)
Incumbents in this position monitor airport operations for compliance with FAA rules and Airport Authority policies and regulations to ensure safety and efficient operations. Duties include performing Airfield Operations Specialist duties and coordinating and leading Airfield Operations Specialists. Work involves shift, weekend and holiday assignments; therefore, candidates must be available for overtime, mandatory 24 hour emergency response as needed and shift work. To apply, contact the Department of Personnel, 314-622-4308, or go to www.stlouis-mo.gov. Persons who do not reside in the City of St. Louis must take up residence within the City within 120 days of completing a six month probationary period if hired. EOE
OPERATIONS SPECIALIST I
Under general supervision, the Operations Specialist I patrols and maintains the security of landside areas of the Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport in accordance with Airport Authority procedures for safety and federal security compliance. Must be at least twenty-one (21) years of age with a valid driver's license and 3 years clean driving record Must be able to successfully pass Criminal History Background Check, physical exam, Alcohol/Drug, and screening process. Must display very good observational skills and respond decisively and quickly with emergencies Must have excellent communication and interpersonal skills with the ability to interact with many types of personalities. Must be available to work flexible hours, nights, weekends, and holidays Must be able to work outdoors in weather conditions. For more information, please visit http://www.flybirmingham.com/about-bhm/career-opportunities/
OPERATIONS SPECIALIST - LAFAYETTE AIRPORT COMMISSION
Operations Specialist Responsible for overseeing day to day operations of a regional non-hub commercial services airport to ensure activities conform to Federal Aviation Regulation (CFR) Part 139, Transportation Security Regulation (TSR) 1542, and Federal, State, local and Airport rules/regulations. Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in Aviation Management, Airport Management or related field. Minimum of 2 years’ current experience in operations of CFR Part 139 Airport and TSR 1542 compliance. Successfully pass a CHRC and an STA prior to hire. Prefer possession of Certified Member (CM) with the American Association of Airport Executives (AAAE), experience with Flight Training, and/or 4. Airport Certified Employee (ACE) designation. Salary: $42,328.00 DOQ Cover Letter and Resume Required Deadline to Apply: April 21, 2017 Send Application Materials: Mail ATTN: Giles Menard Operations Manager 222 Jet Ranger X Drive Lafayette, LA 70508 Email: GilesM@LFTairport.com
AIRLINE SCHEDULING COORDINATOR - PORT OF SEATTLE
Responsible for scheduling airport shared facilities and resources such as gates, aircraft parking stands, common-use ticket counters and baggage systems. Develop and maintain advanced gated flight schedules and resource allocations for air carriers by applying developed airport business rules. Function as subject matter expert and liaison regarding the scheduling of shared facilities within the airport. Serve as the system administrator for the INFORM GroundStar Airport Operations Database (AODB) and Resource Management System (RMS), which includes live and seasonal schedule environments. Develop existing RMS and AODB systems to provide capacity for future data demands and position airport to better leverage technology in the future. Provide input for the development and modification of airport resource utilization strategy. Respond to Airport emergency situations 24/7 on-call as well as serve as an active member of Snow Team, working 12 hours on, 12 hours off during snow events in an Incident Command structure.
CAPITAL PLANNING ADMINISTRATOR
Under the general direction of the Capital Planning Manager, assists in the coordination of capital planning programs for the Allegheny County Airport Authority including federal grants, the Passenger Facility Charge program, and multi-year capital planning coordination with federal agencies for both Pittsburgh International Airport and Allegheny County Airport.
AVIATION DIRECTOR - CITY OF CONCORD
The purpose of this position is to direct and manage the City’s small, non-hub commercial service airport by planning, organizing, and directing all airport activities; including developing and managing the budget; working with City, State, and Federal agencies; and personnel management. Please note that the starting salary will be dependent upon qualifications. Closing Date 3/31/2017.
The Newport News/Williamsburg International Airport seeks an independent and responsible professional to help plan, organize, and oversee daily airside/landside operations. Position requirements: Conducts FAA Part 139 airfield inspections and wildlife control. Focuses on safety, security, and efficiency of operations and the expeditious flow of aircraft and passengers. Issues NOTAMs as required by airfield conditions. Provides airfield escorts for contractors needing access to facilities on the airport. Inspects ground transportation activities. Monitors tenant and employee activities during assigned shift to ensure compliance with airport rules and regulations. Reviews and acts on operational problems involving airport safety, security, federal certification matters and related matters as they impact the airlines, tenants, passengers and general public. Coordinates airport activities with police, aircraft rescue firefighting and other emergency personnel during incidents and while returning the airport to normal operations. Conducts SIDA and airfield drivers training. Ensures excellent customer service provided to sll airport users.
AIRPORT ASSISTANT ENGINEER
The Portland International Jetport is seeking a highly-motivated individual for the Engineering and Facilities Department. Under the direction of the Deputy Director and/or the Project Engineer, this position will assist in the design and budget of airport maintenance and improvement projects, including preparation of plans and specifications. Responsibilities for this position include: Preparation of Construction Cost Estimates, Contract Monitoring, Construction Inspection and Review, Project Design/Drafting, Technical Document Preparation, Work Order Prioritization, and the Review and Close-Out of Completed Work Orders. Submit your cover letter, resume, and application to City of Portland Human Resources. Further information is available at www.portlandmaine.gov/324/Jobs. This position is part of the Pro-Tech Union (Grade 7). Fully funded employee health insurance and defined benefit pension plan is available. Application deadline: 4/18/17.
The Gulfport-Biloxi International Airport is seeking applicants for the position of Operations Supervisor. Under the direction of the Director of Operations and Maintenance, Operations Supervisors plan, organize, and oversee Airside and Landside operations on a rotating shift. Required: Bachelor’s degree in Airport Management, Business Management or related field by end of May 2017 Send Resume and Cover Letter by April 21, 2017, to: Richard A. Rushing III, C.M., Operations Manager Gulfport-Biloxi International Airport 14035-L Airport Rd., Gulfport, MS 39503E-mail: RRushing@FlyGPT.com Website: www.FLYGPT.com/careers.
AIRPORT MANAGER - REAL ESTATE/GENERAL AVIATION
The Aviation Department which operates the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (FLL) and the North Perry Airport (HWO) is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Airport Manager - Real Estate/General Aviation. This is specialized work in the management of property leases and agreements for General Aviation and Real Estate at FLL and HWO. Work involves responsibility for managing and coordinating various activities relating to the leasing and operation of general aviation airport operations; negotiating and drafting aviation and/or commercial real estate leases and contracts; interpreting real estate surveys and appraisals; competitive bidding of airport parcels for aviation and/or commercial development; airport or commercial property development and management; lease management system and processes; report preparation; coordinating building, operations and inspections of tenant facilities; governmental document preparation; and tenant relations. The Airport Manager will periodically inspect, evaluate and monitor leaseholds and facilities for compliance with leases, agreements and departmental practices.
SUPERVISOR OF AIRPORT SAFETY, TRAINING AND COMPLIANCE
Responsible for the development and implementation of all safety and training programs for Company personnel. Conducts routine inspections of all facilities to ensure safe working and airport operational environments. Maintains all official personnel and airport records. Works in coordination with the Operations Manager, Maintenance Manager, and Airport Managers to ensure compliance with all Standards, Regulations, and Corporate policies. Requires strong practical airport knowledge and experience as it relates directly to a safe and operationally sound airport system and FBO operations. Maintain all official records and airport / company documents. Provide periodic relief supervision of airport / FBO operations. For more details on this position, please visit: http://www.flyriairports.com/RIA Supervisor of Safety%2C Training and Airport Compliance.pdf.
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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.
AIRPORT MANAGEMENT INTERNSHIP
Eugene Airport’s summer internship can be one of the most beneficial additions to your college education and career pursuits, offering you several benefits: Practical, hands-on experience, a necessity in today’s job market. An understanding and appreciation of the internal workings of a small hub commercial service airport. The opportunity to make valuable contacts in the aviation industry. This internship provides you an excellent overview in airport planning and development, operations, airport finance, marketing and public relations. As an intern, you will gain valuable experience in the following areas: Airport Services: Customer Service, Marketing, Indoor Advertising, Public Relations, Social Media, Event Planning, Volunteer Program, Indoor Art Program; Airport Operations: Safety and Security, Runway and Facility Inspections, Emergency Management overview; Airfield Maintenance: Signage, Landscape, Facilities Maintenance, Finance, Environmental and Project Management, Stormwater Plan, Environmental Regulations, Construction and Development; Administration, Landside Services, Ground Transportation and Parking Services.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS ANALYST AND ADMINISTRATOR - DENVER INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
Plans, airline operations to include terminal, concourses, cargo, fuel, catering, ground support equipment and fixed based operator facilities. Fosters atmosphere of innovation in order to challenge the organization to think creatively, especially as it relates to positive passenger experience opportunities and efficient airport operations. Direct the business development activities of the airline operations program, including concept identification and development, resolution of complex technical issues and process improvement as it relates to airport operations. Manages airport's operating relationship with airlines by collaborating with the other airport divisions, to come up with the best solutions to address the needs of the airlines. Communicates, supports and integrates the organization's strategic plan into functional and operational areas. Provides expert advice in specialized functional/technical area to senior leadership. Regularly uses communication skills to influence, persuade, mediate and/or negotiate with others to make decisions and/or take actions of major consequence or long-term significance to the organization.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS - OPERATIONS SAFETY COMPLIANCE COORDINATOR
This position is primarily responsible for planning, coordinating, directing, and performing all the duties and functions in the airport operational safety department which relate to airport operations. Under the direction of the Vice President of Operations, performs professional work to ensure compliance with all Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), State of Tennessee, and all city and county laws, rules and regulations pertaining to the management of the Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport and implementation/management of the Safety Management Systems program. Applications can be downloaded at: http://www.chattairport.com/downloads/Employment_Application.pdf Applications and Resumes/Cover Letters can be mailed to: Maurice Songy, Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport Authority, 1001 Airport Road, Suite 14, Chattanooga, TN 37421 Or e-mailed to: email@example.com.
CHIEF STRATEGY AND DEVELOPMENT OFFICER - CITY OF SAN ANTONIO
Responsible for supervising, coordinating, and overseeing a division within the Aviation department. Interprets, formulates, and implements policies and procedures. Formulation of direction and strategy for key strategic areas and delivery of departmental performance. Oversees strategic planning program and strategic workforce planning. Oversees employee engagement efforts. Responsible for the department's change management program and associated strategies, practices and policies. Leads the development and implementation of employee training and development programs. Oversees Stinson Municipal Airport operations. Oversees employee innovation programs. Interviews, selects, supervises, develops, evaluates, counsels, and if necessary, disciplines personnel. Serves as liaison between department executes, other departments, the City Manager's office, City Council, and outside agencies; negotiates and resolves significant issues. Recommends and assists in the implementation of goals and objectives; establishes schedules and methods for providing effective services. Prepares department executives for presentations, speeches, and official appearances. Ensures alignment with organizational goals.
AIRPORTS BUILDING MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
The City of Fresno, Fresno Yosemite International Airport (FAT) is recruiting for an Airports Building Maintenance Technician. Under supervision from the Airports Landside Superintendent, incumbents maintain and repair airport buildings, facilities and related equipment, such as security doors, baggage conveyor belts, automatic operating doors, security roll-up doors, public address system, and Passenger Boarding Bridges. Incumbents perform a wide variety of semi-skilled and skilled duties requiring proficiency in all of the building trades.
The Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation (HART) is a semi-autonomous public transit authority responsible for the planning, construction and expansion of the city's fixed guideway system. Reporting to the Board of Directors, the CEO is responsible for leading the development of the rail transit fixed guideway system in accordance with the Full Funding Grant Agreement with the Federal Transit Administration. The CEO provides strategic and visionary leadership and is responsible for the overall performance and organizational effectiveness of HART in carrying out its mission. The CEO must be a passionate transit advocate; exceptional negotiator and balanced leader; comfortable with managing and leading in a highly political, complex, and transparent environment; and someone who is capable of building bridges internally and externally to create opportunities for advancement of the Authority’s strategic objectives. Please visit karrasconsulting.net to view the full recruitment announcement.
PROJECT CONTROLS MANAGER
We are seeking a full-time Project Controls Manager for our Program Management Office at LAX. This position will participate in major airline facility development projects and will support senior project managers and program management activities. The Project Controls Manager will be part of the Program leadership team with direct responsibilities that include strategic and financial planning, cost controls, auditing, financial analysis and reporting. The current opening is for a Project Controls Manager on the LAX Terminal Redevelopment Project, a $573 million project for United Airlines at Terminals 7 and 8. Please email resumes and related inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org.
ASSISTANT AIRFIELD MANAGER
Assistant Airfield Manager, Youngstown Air Reserve Station, Vienna, OH Criterion Corporation is currently seeking candidates to fill the Assistant Airfield Manager position at Youngstown ARS, OH. Position requires performance of a variety of Airfield Management services pertaining to pre-flight planning, coordination and maintaining liaison with military, federal, internal and local agencies concerning flight planning, training routes utilization, flight movement messages and search and rescue operations. Additional duties include but not limited to that of airfield inspections and checks to ensure compliance with Air Force Instructions and FAA criteria, provide flight following services, maintain and process NOTAMs. Requires three (3) years' management experience in airfield management. Candidate must have been awarded USAF AFM certification and completion of the Advanced Airfield Managers course (or equivalent education and experience executing AM duties). An Associate's Degree is preferred. Secret security clearance desirable. Please send resume, qualifications and salary requirements to email@example.com.
Paine Field Airport is seeking an Airport Electrician who will perform journey level electrical work in new construction and design, installation, maintenance, and repair of electrical/electronic systems and equipment; and performs other Airport Maintenance Technician duties as required.
SENIOR MANAGER, AIRPORT DINING AND RETAIL
Reporting to the Director Aviation Commercial Management at the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, the Senior Manager, Airport Dining & Retail will lead the Airport Dining and Retail (ADR) program in order to maximize non-aeronautical revenue, provide an exceptional customer experience for the traveling public, ensure quality operations of existing businesses and support the creation of jobs through the development of new leasing opportunities. To be considered for this position, candidates must possess a combination of education and experience, demonstrative knowledge, skills and abilities equivalent to: A bachelor’s degree in business, marketing, communications or a related field; eight years of progressive experience in leadership roles at a medium to large hub airport with responsibility for dining and retail operations; and experience in a leadership role, with responsibility for managing staff. Posting is open until filled.
DIRECTOR OF AVIATION - MSY
The Director of Aviation reports to the New Orleans Aviation Board (NOAB) and will lead a current airport staff of 173 total employees. This position also confers with and advises the NOAB on Airport management and operational strategies and policies, and may be called upon to attend meetings of the New Orleans City Council from time to time to address airport matters. The ideal candidate will have: A bachelor’s degree in business/public administration, airport management or a related field is required. An advanced degree from an accredited college or university in a business-related field (e.g., MBA, Law) is highly desired. At least 10 years of successful senior level management experience in at least a medium hub airport, or comparable large organization executive management experience. A minimum of 3 years’ experience working with a board of directors and board committees. Posting closes March 31, 2017
Mojave Air & Space Port seeks an experienced Maintenance Manager to lead our airport facilities, infrastructure and undeveloped land maintenance program. The ideal candidate will have at least 10 years of experience managing a team of maintenance personnel; plumbing, HVAC, electrical, carpentry, or structural painting experience; have working knowledge of airports; possess a Class B driver’s license; and possess a general contractor’s license. This position will report to the Director of Operations. DUTIES. The successful selectee will perform the following duties: Provides oversight for a recurring facility preventive maintenance program. Oversees and performs projects to include prioritization, scheduling, sustainment. Develops employee work schedules accounting for overtime or schedule changes as required for customer support. Manages real property resources and provides expert advice on renovations, improvements and minor and/or major construction. Establishes and maintains an employee maintenance training and development program.
CASUAL AIRPORT OPERATIONS AIDE
This position is responsible for the safety and security of the Airport Operations area encompassing all airport property physically located within the airport security fence, and all relevant Authority interests and properties managed by the Airport Division in accordance with Authority policies, rules and regulations, and local, state, and federal guidelines. Incumbents may be required to work shift schedules as assigned. This casual position is part-time with no guaranteed minimum number of hours, nor are there any guaranteed assignments. Based at Cape May Airport, this position also serves the Millville Airport. General knowledge of airport operations and aircraft movement on airfields Effective oral and written communication skills Ability to drive and operate motorized vehicles Proficiency with personal computers and standard business applications Previous experience working at an airport or airfield Valid Driver’s License Applicants will be subject to a background check and drug test Closing Date: Open until filled.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS COORDINATOR
This position is primarily responsible for ensuring the safety and security of the runways and taxiway system under Part 139 requirements, and relevant Authority interests and properties managed by the Airport Department in accordance with policies, rules, regulations, and local, state, and federal guidelines. Operations Coordinator staff are required to work shift schedules as assigned. Staff may also be called upon to perform additional duties, including duties related to routine facilities maintenance such as snow removal, as needed. This position is essential and is subject to call 24 hours a day as necessary to maintain operations at the Wilmington Airport - ILG, a commercial airport in the Philadelphia Region. Ability to pass airfield driver certification, Part 139 and SIDA testing within 60 days of hire; Subject to background investigation, STA and CHRC; Ability to be trained in the operation of a firearm; Effective communication skills; Closing Date: April 8, 2017.
Port of Oakland painter salary: $8,138 - $9,756 per month. The Port of Oakland is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Painter. The Painter performs a variety of work including the preparation and painting of interior and exterior structure surfaces, electrical and mechanical equipment, fences, and furniture. While supervision is available to assist with difficult problems, painters are expected to solve most technical problems themselves. We offer a comprehensive benefit package including; medical, dental, vision, life insurance, 457 plan and paid leave. To apply for this exceptional opportunity or obtain more details, please visit us at www.portofoakland.com. Apply by March 27, 2017.
The King County International Airport (BFI) is looking for a skilled, knowledgeable, highly-motivated, and enthusiastic team player to comply with FAA FAR Part 139 and all local, state, and other federal regulations. Provide leadership for operations at the airport and serving as a senior airport representative. Incumbents are designated as the point of contact for information regarding safety, security, compliance, construction and interaction with airlines, passengers, tenants, and the public.
SENIOR PROJECT MANAGER - ENGINEER
CVG is seeking to hire one Senior Project Manager/Engineer or Project Manager/Engineer: Level will be determined based on applicants’ education and experience. Coordinates 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 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.
DIRECTOR - ASSET MANAGEMENT CVG
The Director - Asset Management with the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport is responsible for conducting, managing and programming airport infrastructure condition assessments to plan for refurbishments, retrofits, upgrades and/or replacements into the future. The incumbent will also serve as an airport facility subject matter expert establishing robust inspections, recommending preventive maintenance programs, conducting condition assessments that allow for maximum sustainability, energy management, ensuring efficient operations and reliability. The successful candidate will have a bachelor’s degree in a related field to the area of assignment and ten years of related experience; or, an equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the essential duties of the job. The ideal candidate will have knowledge of: Management techniques; Airport operations, policies and procedures; Financial management; Facility management; Project management Posting closes April 7, 2017
AIRPORT OPERATIONS COORDINATOR
Entry level position. Performs various duties at Tweed-New Haven Airport as dictated by operational requirements, including responding to airport alerts, snow removal, recording of aircraft movements, performing airport and security inspections. 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 duties on an as-needed basis. Communications duties include security system monitoring, responding to Operations and Security related issues.
FIREFIGHTER EMT/FIREFIGHTER MEDIC
Kenton County Airport Board invites applications for the position of: Firefighter EMT / Firefighter Medic Firefighter EMT Entry: $43,680 Six Month: $45,760 One Year: $47,840 Firefighter Medic Entry: $48,048 Six Month: $50,336 One Year: $52,624 CVG is deeply committed to our mission of becoming the airport of choice to work for, fly from and do business with. To do this, we foster a culture of teamwork, innovation and continuous improvement. Every employee has the opportunity to make a difference, to make travel through CVG an unforgettably positive experience. Join our team of talented professionals in an exciting, fast-paced environment. Join the team that keeps the traveling public safe roadway to runway!
CONSTRUCTION ADMINISTRATOR(S) - ON CALL
Mead & Hunt, Inc., a nationally recognized professional services consulting firm, is experiencing unprecedented growth. We are looking to hire on-call construction administrator(s) to work with our aviation group. Responsibilities include construction administration on airfield grading, drainage, pavement and electrical systems projects; coordination of survey work and materials testing; serving as owner’s representative to monitor construction activities for compliance with plans and specifications; and assisting with progress meetings. Travel to construction sites is an essential function of this position; a valid driver’s license is required. Extended hours and overnight stays may be required. This position is part-time and will be located at various project sites around Washington and neighboring states; it is currently an on-call (i.e., no benefits) position which could potentially be converted to a regular, benefits-eligible position.
CONSTRUCTION RESIDENT INSPECTOR
Passero Associates is seeking a Construction Resident Inspector to work on airport, roadway, and building-related projects in the Dayton, Cincinnati, and Fort Wayne areas. Responsibilities include overseeing progress, on-time performance, field documentation, and Q/A on major construction projects and coordinating-managing Q/A inspection personnel and testing companies on all construction phases. Qualifications include: Degree in civil engineering, construction or architectural technologies, or equivalent work experience, preferred. Experience working on Air Carrier Airports preferred. 10+ years of experience with airport, transportation/roadway, and building inspection projects. Familiarity with current Ohio and Indiana policies and procedures for construction inspection preferred. Working knowledge of Primavera Scheduling, MS Project, Word, Excel & Outlook. Basic CAD knowledge/experience preferred. Ability to obtain Security Identification Display Area (SIDA) Badge required. On-airfield driving and control tower communications experience preferred. Regional travel required; must possess valid driver’s license EOE/AA - Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran
Responsible for professional, administrative work, assists with the management and operation of the airport in accordance with legal requirements, rules and regulations governing the use of airport facilities and performs related duties as assigned. Work is performed under the general supervision of the Director of Transportation. Duties are performed within the policies established by the City of Denton and the Director of Transportation, but considerable independent judgment is required in making managerial level decisions.
DEPUTY AIRPORT DIRECTOR - LYH
The City of Lynchburg is seeking a dynamic leader who will play an integral part in the succession plan of the incumbent Airport Director, and potentially assume this vital position upon his retirement in one to two years. The Deputy Airport Director acts as the Chief Operating Officer and performs complex technical and responsible senior management work in the daily operations, planning and management of Lynchburg Regional Airport and is directly responsible for airport operations, maintenance, custodial, FAR Part 139 certification and TSA Part 1542 security functions for the airport. Successful candidates will have a Bachelor's degree (B. A.) from four-year college or university with major course work in aviation management, business, public administration or related field; commercial service airport experience with varied knowledge of multiple department functions required. Accredited Airport Executive (A.A.E.) designation with the American Association of Airport Executives preferred. Posting closes 3/31/2017.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS SPECIALIST
The County of San Luis Obispo, California, is currently accepting applications for an Airport Operations Specialist. Under the Department of Airports, the Airport Operation Specialist provides assistance in the coordination of aeronautical operations and performs a wide variety of work in the overall operations and administration, maintenance, parking enforcement, emergency response and personnel management activities of the San Luis Obispo County Regional and Oceano County Airports; and assists in the supervision of the work of maintenance staff as assigned. This is a full time position with varied work hours that could include evenings, weekends and holidays. For more information, or to apply for the position, go to the County Human Resources website and click on Career Opportunities. This recruitment ends 3/23/2017. http://www.slocounty.ca.gov/hr.htm
DIRECTOR - FINANCIAL SERVICES
The Director – Financial Services provides financial analysis and support to the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (H-JAIA) Airlines Liaison Team by developing ad hoc analytical reports, and researching and conducting analyses of various comprehensive airline and airport financial data. The position creates and maintains financial models, provides accurate client reports, reviews budgets, manages revenue projections, and assists in finding solutions to capital program budget funding challenges. A bachelor's degree in finance and/or accounting from an accredited institution and five years of progressive finance and/or accounting experience required. CPA Certification and/or MBA is preferred. Proficiency in Microsoft Office with an emphasis on Excel skills is required. Must be able to demonstrate excellent oral and written communication skills. Please email resumes or related inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Airport Manager Starting Salary $53,539 - $62,633 Open Until Filled – First review of applications March 20, 2017 Unique Opportunity Most people only dream about living and working in an area that feels like you’re always on vacation. The City of Show Low, regional hub of the beautiful White Mountains in northeastern Arizona, offers that unique quality of life not found in many other places. The crisp mountain atmosphere, mild four¬season climate, close proximity to National Forests and countless lakes and streams make Show Low a recreation paradise. The City of Show Low is seeking a highly skilled, motivated and innovative professional to join our community as its next Airport Manager.
GENERAL MANAGER - AERO=FLITE
Reporting to the Chief Operating Officer, Conair Group Inc. (parent company), the General Manager directs and coordinates activities of Aero-flite, Inc., a subsidiary of Conair Group Inc. This role manages and directs staff management in flight operations, maintenance, quality, materials, and administration and is responsible for the overall direction, coordination and evaluation of direct reports and for carrying out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the organization’s policies and applicable laws. Successful candidates will have a master’s degree or equivalent; or 8 to 10 years’ related experience or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Prior aviation management experience, preferably in an aerial firefighting environment is desirable. Position closes March 24, 2017.
COMMERCIAL PARKING DIRECTOR
Responsible for managing the revenue and coordinating the operations of the Tampa International Airport’s public and employee parking facilities which generate approximately $70 million in annual revenue to the Authority.
SENIOR FINANCIAL ANALYST - AVIATION
Act as a finance partner supporting specific lines of business in the Aviation Division at the Port of Seattle. Responsibilities include financial analysis, financial performance reporting, forecasting cash flows, managing the annual budget development process, calculating rates for cost recovery, and providing strategic input on business issues and opportunities. *Rates and Charges Development *Budget Development *Financial Performance Reporting *Forecasts *Financial Analysis *Business-specific tasks and functional lead roles. QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor's degree in Business, Finance, Accounting, or related field. Three (3) years of experience performing Finance partner functions. The Port of Seattle is an Equal Opportunity Employer, Affirmative Action Employer and is committed to diversity in the workplace. Minorities, women, veterans and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
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.
DIRECTOR, OPERATIONAL READINESS & TRANSITION (ORAT)
Reporting to the Project Director, Operational Coordination, Readiness & Transition, the newly established position of Director, Operational Readiness and Transition (ORAT) is responsible for ensuring the safe and seamless activation of all construction phases for the $4B six-phase redevelopment of the LaGuardia Central Terminal Building through development and implementation of transition plans and processes. This key position works with functional area leaders and other critical stakeholders to plan for and implement system testing and operational trials. The Director is also responsible to ensure that critical and relevant information is regularly communicated to all affected parties prior to activation of the new terminal facilities. The Director, ORAT position is based at LGP corporate headquarters at LaGuardia Airport in New York City, with occasional domestic and international travel as necessary. Looking ahead, LGP is seeking a strong and high potential executive who has the interest and capacity to grow into broader roles.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS MANAGER
The Monterey Regional Airport invites applications for Airport Operations Manager under general direction, the operations manager is responsible for planning, coordinating and overseeing the airside and landside operational activities of the Airport. The operations manager is also responsible for coordination of communications, assisting police and fire departments, and assisting in capital program administration. Strong communications skills and the ability to interact with multiple agencies, functional teams, and tenants are essential to this position. Salary -$62,424 to $82,632 annually plus excellent benefits. First screening will occur on March 27, 2017. Applicants are encouraged to apply early.
CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER - ALLEGHENY COUNTY AIRPORT AUTHORITY
The Chief Financial Officer (CFO) provides financial leadership and oversight of key financial operating functions and supports the achievement of the Authority’s financial goals and strategic initiatives. The CFO reports to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Authority, also interacting with the Board of Directors. The CFO assumes the overall management and direction of the Authority’s financial operation including day-to-day responsibility for planning, implementing, managing and controlling all financial-related activities. This includes specific oversight for accounting, finance, budget & forecasting, strategic planning, capital program control, purchasing & contracting, audit program integrity, financial policy, directing the fiscal health and control, and maintaining key relationships with regulatory agencies, advocacy groups and trade associations. The Chief Financial Officer also serves as a key member of the Senior Leadership Team and is therefore expected to contribute to the thinking relative to the overall strategic direction and management of the Authority.
AIRPORT DUTY MANAGER - PORT OF SEATTLE
Oversee the day-to-day operation of the airport, including the airfield, terminal, and landside. Ensure that the airport operates safely, efficiently, and in compliance with all local, state, and federal regulations. Serve as the primary point of contact for information regarding safety, security, compliance, construction, airlines, passengers, tenants, and airport neighbors. Broad-based knowledge of airport and airline operations and safety management system, theory, systems, and design. Thorough knowledge of 14 CFR parts 77 and 139, associated Advisory Circulars, 49 CFR 1500 series, the Airport Certification Manual, Title 49 part 1542, and NIMS. The ability to interpret technical journals and read construction drawings. Knowledge and understanding of all subsections of FAR 139 including surface movement guidance and control systems, wildlife management, emergency planning, snow removal, and foreign object debris . Familiarity with various government agencies, including the FAA, Customs and Border Protection, and the Transportation Security Administration.
AIR CENTER DIRECTOR
Reports to the City Manager, the International Air Center Director is primarily responsible for coordinating and directing the strategic planning for the Roswell International Air Center, partnering with other entities, both public and private, to develop, establish, and promote short and long term goals, and position the Air Center for continued growth and development. In addition, the Air Center Director is responsible for the operations, inspections, budget, safety and security, and maintenance of the Roswell International Air Center (RIAC) in accordance with all federal, state and local laws, rules and regulations. Bachelor's degree in Real Estate, Business Administration, or related field, AND five years increasingly responsible administrative management experience in the operation, and maintenance of a federal government certified airport: OR an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience. Salary: $80,471 - $98,969 Annually 8:00 am to 5:pm - Monday thru Friday Regular Full Time
SR. MANAGER COMMUNICATIONS - AVIATION MARKETING
Meet the current and emerging needs of the Port of Seattle’s Aviation Division with cohesive marketing campaigns and products for multiple airport-related projects and programs. Provide comprehensive leadership and marketing communications coordination with the Aviation division leaders who are responsible for multiple initiatives. Provide communications leadership coordination (non-media) in the development of external messages and materials to support major programs/projects. Develop a comprehensive program to strategically employ various airport capabilities (e.g. airport advertising (paid and unpaid), special displays and other visual opportunities) that enables POS to work with stakeholders to build awareness and bolster related economic development throughout our state. Provide marketing communications leadership, in coordination with Aviation Customer Service, in an update of the Port's brand promise and ensuring one-port alignment. Collaborate with ports Aviation sales executives to partner with existing efforts and develop new initiatives that better convey Seattle's pre-eminence as a global city.
MID-LEVEL CIVIL ENGINEER
CHA Consulting, Inc. is currently seeking a Mid-Level Civil Engineer to join our Aviation Services Group in the Nashville, TN office.
Ricondo & Associates, Inc. is in search of a Managing Consultant who will be responsible for performing advanced forecasting and business planning analyses for airport clients. Role will include supervision, training and direction to subordinate staff. Key responsibilities include: Performs project management, prepares scopes of work, and project budgets. Develops overall project assignment approach/plan with client/task leader. Identifies staff required to accomplish assigned tasks. Develops analysis methodology, task techniques and plan with client/task leader. Defines problems and coordinates with client/task leader. Formulates preliminary conclusions and recommendations on other assignments. Reviews and coordinates technical progress of junior team members. Develops final report outline and prepares complete reports and deliverables. Prepares and participates in client presentations, and technical proposals. Provides technical assistance and written recommendations on airport planning studies. Participates in development of proposals, marketing/business objectives and strategy, and attends conferences. Performs related work as required.
Ricondo and Associates, Inc. is in search of a Senior Consultant who will be responsible for performing advanced planning duties in research, development, and implementation of aviation programs, projects and studies in the areas of physical, environmental, and financial planning. Role includes supervision, training, and direction to subordinate staff. Conducts field surveys, investigations, and collects data in support of airport planning studies. Consults with fellow employees and senior staff concerning the compilation, interpretation, and presentation of research data for airport planning studies. Prepares draft sections of reports and deliverables based on verbal and written inputs from others as well as individual efforts. Assists in developing, formatting, publishing, and distributing tables, charts, manuals, and maps that deal with existing and proposed airport planning studies. Develops and maintains electronic data sets, files, runs and troubleshoots existing programs. Responds to requests for data and information from internal staff and external clients, organizations, various agencies, and the public.
Ricondo & Associates, Inc. is in search of a Managing Consultant who will be responsible for performing advanced forecasting and business planning analyses for airport clients. Role will include supervision, training and direction to subordinate staff. Key responsibilities include: Management of Staff and Work Product. Train and develop staff. Conduct/participate in staff reviews. Ensure quality of client deliverables. Prioritize work streams and tasks. Coordinate and manage use of staff resources. Business Development: Assist in various efforts to secure new business (development of proposals, project scoping, budgeting/estimating). Participate in interview process with potential clients. Develop and update marketing materials related to relevant business areas. Thought Leadership and Process Improvement: Participate in the continual improvement process of analytical capabilities including: Construction and logic of forecast efforts. Standardization of data inputs (e.g., development and management of airline fleet outlook). Standardization and improvement of forecast models and outputs.
Ricondo & Associates, Inc. is in search of a Senior Consultant who will be responsible for performing advanced planning duties in research, development, and implementation of aviation programs, projects and studies in the areas of physical, environmental, and financial planning. Role will include supervision, training, and direction to subordinate staff. Key responsibilities include: Conducts field surveys, investigations, and collects data in support of airport planning studies. Consults with fellow employees and senior staff concerning the compilation, interpretation, and presentation of research data for airport planning studies. Prepares draft sections of reports and deliverables based on verbal and written inputs from others as well as individual efforts. Assists in developing, formatting, publishing, and distributing tables, charts, manuals, and maps that deal with existing and proposed airport planning studies. Provides advice, technical assistance, and written recommendations on airport planning studies. Develops and maintains electronic data sets, files, runs and troubleshoots existing programs.
Ricondo & Associates, Inc. is in search of a Senior Consultant who will be responsible for performing technical studies and analyses related to airport facilities planning with an emphasis on ground transportation, parking facilities, terminals, and airport support facilities. Role will include training and direction to subordinate staff. Key responsibilities include: Capacity analysis and requirements for ground airport facilities, alternatives development, layout plans and CAD support. Conducts field surveys, investigations, and collects data in support of airport planning studies. Consults with fellow employees and senior staff concerning the compilation, interpretation, and presentation of research data for airport planning studies. Prepares draft sections of reports and deliverables based on verbal and written inputs from others as well as individual efforts. Assists in developing, formatting, publishing, and distributing tables, charts, manuals, and maps that deal with existing and proposed airport planning studies. Provides advice, technical assistance, and written recommendations on airport planning studies.
RS&H, Inc., an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, or protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability.
AIRFIELD MANAGER & ASSISTANT AIRFIELD MANAGER
EAST O&M, LLC, is currently seeking candidates to fill the Airfield Manager and Assistant Airfield Manager positions at Youngstown ARS, OH Position requires performance of a variety of Airfield Management services pertaining to pre-flight planning, coordination and maintaining liaison with military, federal, internal and local agencies concerning flight planning, training routes utilization, flight movement messages and search and rescue operations. Additional duties include but not limited to that of airfield inspections and checks to ensure compliance with Air Force Instructions and FAA criteria, provide flight following services, maintain and process NOTAMs. Requires three (3) years' management experience in airfield management., Candidate must have been awarded USAF AFM certification and completion of the Advanced Airfield Managers course (or equivalent education and experience executing AM duties). An Associate's Degree is preferred. Secret security clearance desirable. Please send resume, qualifications and salary requirements to email@example.com. For more information, visit
RS&H, Inc. We are currently seeking an Airfield Engineer to join the Aviation Practice. Our 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 more information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/8637386.
We are currently seeking an experienced Project Architect/Project Manager for our Aviation Practice. Our 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 more information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/8635034.
AIRFIELD ENGINEER/PROJECT MANAGER
RS&H, Inc. An Equal Opportunity Employer. We are currently seeking an Airfield Engineer/Project Manager to join the Aviation Practice. Our 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 more information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/8590030.
RS&H, Inc. We are currently seeking an experienced Project Architect/Project Manager for our Aviation Practice. Qualifications: 5-year Bachelor's or Master Degree in Architecture from an accredited university. Must be a registered architect in good standing and able to obtain reciprocity. Seven to 15 years of related experience. Some travel is required to serve our wide-spread clients. Knowledge of the aviation market-sector's unique challenges for planning, design and regulation is strongly preferred. Strong proficiency in Revit and AutoCAD. Additonal software skills in Sketchup, 3D Studio Max and Photoshop are valued. For more information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/8576970.
RS&H, Inc., an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, or protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability. 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. We are committed to bringing extraordinary solutions to our clients through the promise of imagination, ingenuity, and innovation. With a tradition of excellence that began in 1941, we are consistently ranked among the nation's top 100 design firms. We attribute our success to an unwavering commitment to our core values of: integrity, quality service, business success and valuing associates. For more information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/8554081.
ENTRY LEVEL PLANNER
RS&H, Inc. An Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, or protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability.Please view Equal Employment Opportunity Posters provided by OFCCP here.The Opportunity:We are seeking an entry-level Aviation Planning candidate to serve as part of our Planning Service Group which provides support and consulting expertise to aviation clients on a national and international level. You will be responsible for assisting aviation planning staff on master plans, terminal and site plans, ALP development, support on environmental assessments and other aviation-specific technical assignments. In this role you will work under direct supervision of others. For more information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/8548999.
We are currently seeking an experienced Project Architect/Project Manager for our Aviation Practice. Our 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. Qualifications: 5-year Bachelor's degree in Architecture from an accredited university Must be a registered architect in good standing and able to obtain reciprocity. Minimum 7 years of related experience Thorough knowledge of architectural design, drafting, detailing, building materials, building codes, construction techniques and costs Proven knowledge of general architecture practice including programming, site planning, civil, structural, mechanical and electrical engineering. Stong analytical, oral and written communication skills. Ability to build quick rapport. Skilled in the areas of problem identification and solving skills Knowledge of the aviation market sector's unique challenges for planning, design and regulation is preferred. For more information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/8511807.
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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. We are committed to bringing extraordinary solutions to our clients through the promise of imagination, ingenuity, and innovation. With a tradition of excellence that began in 1941, we are consistently ranked among the nation's top 100 design firms. We attribute our success to an unwavering commitment to our core values of: integrity, quality service, business success and valuing associates. For more information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/8409536.