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Under the direction of the Airfield Operations Managers, the Airfield Operations Specialist performs liaison work with the FAA, WCAA and Airport Tenants. Inspects Airport Facilities for FAR 139 compliance (Airport Safety Self Inspection). Coordinates snow removal activities, airfield openings and closures. Responds to aircraft emergencies. Performs daily airfield condition inspections and issues Notice to Airmen (NOTAMS) Reports. Investigates safety and maintenance complaints regarding the airport operating area (AOA) and enforces WCAA Rules and Regulations as well those issued by state, federal or local authorities.
Web: http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/10665279

The role of the Airport Operations Coordinator - (Airside) ensures that the airfield meets all FAR 139 requirements to provide a safe and efficient airfield 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; assists in responding to aircraft and medical emergencies; and monitors the arrival, parking, refueling, loading, and departure of aircraft. Operations experience at a large-hub airport is a plus. 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.
Web: http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/10665485

PORT OF OAKLAND MANAGER OF PROJECT MANAGEMENT SERVICES OAKLAND, CA SALARY: $12,451 - $15,419 per month The Port of Oakland is currently seeking qualified individuals for the position of Manager of Project Management Services. This new opportunity plans and directs projects related to the development of seaport terminals and support facilities to meet the Maritime Division’s strategic goals. The position prepares necessary documentation for inclusion in the Division’s Capital Improvement Program and manages all aspects of a broad range of approved projects including property acquisition, permit and environmental review, design and construction. The Manager of Project Management Services position is responsible for developing plans, coordinating and directing the master/strategic facilities planning for the Port of Oakland seaport. To apply for this opportunity or obtain more details, please visit us at www.portofoakland.com/business/job-center. Apply by February 9, 2018. The Port of Oakland is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Web: http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/10665596

Ensure proper training and staffing of personnel, assists or directs emergency response efforts, oversees snow removal/construction activities, oversees airfield/terminal facilities/roadways and ensures the needs of passengers and stakeholders are met during routine and emergency situations. Assumes Airport Operations Manager duties during their absence. Maintain compliance with FAR Part 139 in the absence of higher authority and provide continuity of operations especially during emergencies or inclement weather. Ensure compliance with regulations of Federal, State, and County, established policies and procedures, oversee Airport Inspection programs; Oversee coordination of construction, maintenance, snow removal activities, winter charter operations; Respond to Airport Emergencies; Recommend and develop policies and procedures and ensure compliance; Evaluate personnel performances, write reviews, discipline, ensure personnel compliance with established work rules and standard operating procedures; Oversee FAA-mandated training program; Coordinate with airport tenants and stakeholders for impacts to airport operations; Formulate and coordinate special events and prepare reports, documents and presentations;
Web: http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/10665637

Engineering and Maintenance Department Manager for Dulles International Airport (IAD). Works under the general supervision of the Vice President and Airport Manager. The successful candidate serves as principal advisor to the Airport Manager on public works issues. Directs over 300 skilled personnel on all engineering, utility operations, environment regulatory compliance and maintenance activities of the 12,000 acre airport. Approves construction project permits and ensures conformance with plans. Coordinates with the Airports Authority's Engineering Division on all Capital Construction Program (CCP) and Repair and Rehabilitation (R&R) projects affecting airport facilities. Performs related functions.
Web: http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/10665803

Traverse City, Mich. Supervises the operation & maintenance division of the Cherry Capital Airport. Responsibilities include maintaining safety, efficiency and compliance with all federal, state & local regulations including FAR Part 139 and TSR 1542. Serves as Airport Duty manager during assigned shift. Must possess a minimum of a Bachelor's Degree in Aviation Management, Aviation Science, Business Administration or other relevant field. Must be available for night, holiday, weekend, rotating or irregular shift assignments during holidays. For consideration, please submit a resume and cover letter by February 28, 2018 to:Assistant Director of Operations and Maintenance, Cherry Capital Airport, 727 Fly Don’t Drive, Traverse City, MI, 49686
Web: http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/10666076