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The City of San Jose - Mineta San Jose International Airport is currently recruiting for Airport Operations Supervisors. The Airport Operations Supervisor may be assigned to or rotate between the Sections within the Airport Operations Division including Airside, Landside, Terminal Management/ Customer Service, or Security Sections. Programs within these Sections in which the Airport Operations Supervisor may have responsibilities include airfield operations, Manager-On-Duty, noise monitoring, emergency planning, general aviation, construction oversight, public parking, airport shuttle and ground transportation, parking and curbside traffic control, terminal management, customer experience and services, security compliance, airport identification badging and Airport Operations Center (AOC) functions. The final filing date for this job announcement is July 15, 2019.
Web: http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/12493971

As an Airfield Operations Specialist (AOS) under the direction of the Airfield Operations Managers, the AOS performs liaison work with the FAA, Airport Tenants and WCAA personnel. Inspects Airport Facilities and equipment for FAR Part 139 compliance (Airport Safety Self-Inspection), safety, and security, in accordance with governing criteria. The AOS works on and around the Airport including the Airport Operations Area, terminals, dispatch center and various Airport assets. This position is a 24/7/365-day operation which includes weekends, holidays and overtime. Overtime may be required.
Web: http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/12493811

The Maryland Aviation Administration is currently accepting resumes for the position of Director of Air Service Development at Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport. The Director of Air Service Development is responsible for managing the BWI Marshall air service team in its air service development program, coordinating internal staff resources with external economic and legal consultants to increase domestic and international passenger and cargo air service by both existing and new entrant airlines. A new air service typically produces $500,000 or more annually in additional revenues to the Administration from landing fees, rent, and other user charges, and additional expenditures by passengers and cargo users. This position manages the day-to-day contact with key decision makers in various airlines.
Web: http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/12472367