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The Contra Costa County (Calif.) Public Works Department is seeking qualified individuals to fill several airport operations specialist vacancies at Buchanan Field or Byron airports. The incumbents will render necessary assistance and services to airport users; and will perform related work as required. Individuals selected will be responsible for performing a variety of duties related to the day-to-day operations of a Federal Aviation Regulation, Part 139 Airport. These duties include, but are not limited to, maintenance, security and aircraft rescue and firefighting (ARFF) of the airport facility. Additional duties will include inspecting, repairing and maintaining airport facilities and equipment and communicating with pilots and air traffic controllers. For additional informaiton, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6589694.
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Denver International Airport (DIA). Apply online at www.denvergov.org/jobs. Seeking a strong director to lead approximately four employees in finding and cultivating strong relationships with concessionaires. The concessions division oversees all food, beverage, retail and services revenue-generating activities. Supports these businesses by researching industry trends, compiling and reporting analytic data to various divisions, collaborating with concessionaires to maximize revenue and directing the RFP concepting plan. This is a key member of the concessions leadership team and reports directly to the senior vice president of DIA concessions. Seeking someone with experience in airport concessions, with knowledge of the industry and a strong political acumen to navigate through sensitive situations.
Web: http://www.denvergov.org/jobs

Chicago Rockford (Ill.) International Airport (RFD) is committed to providing exceptional people with opportunities to grow and be creative at one of the best airports in the United States. Requires the ability to perform airfield operations, including, but not limited to, monitoring and controlling the use of the airport, providing information assistance to both airport users and public with excellent communication skills. An understanding of FAR parts 139, 77, 150 and TSA 1542. The ability to perform in the airfield area and conduct various operational duties. Capable of working independently. Related experience, computer skills, and knowledge of airport operations a plus. Requires the ability to work various shifts, including evenings, weekends, and holidays. Overtime required as needed or based on the seasonality. Learn more about us at www.flyrfd.com.
Web: http://www.flyrfd.com

Salary: $57,346-$79,144/year, DOE. Closes: Nov. 14, 2014. Manages and operates Coeur dAlene Airport in Kootenai County, Idaho. Reports to the board of county commissioners. Establishes policy guidance for airport operations, safety, security, planning ARFF operations, construction development, equipment procurement, budgetary matters, community relations. Qualifications: bachelor's degree from four-year college/university with a degree in business management, and minimum of 48 months of related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination education and experience. Working knowledge of FAA regulations and airport-related subjects and terminology required. Must have or be able to obtain a valid drivers license, and be insurable. Must have a valid First Aid card and CPR certification. For complete job description and details on how to apply, visit www.kcgov.us and click "Employment Opportunities", or call 208-446-1642. Note required documentation: Kootenai County Application Form, Supplemental Questionnaire, cover letter, resume and reference to kchr@kcgov.us. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6589734.
Email: kchr@kcgov.us
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Plans, organizes and coordinates daily operations and maintenance programs, activities, tasks and special projects as assigned. Work is characterized by professional, technical and administrative duties involved in the planning, organization and coordination of daily airport operational and maintenance management. Work may involve coordinating and conducting follow-up evaluation of projects; providing and documenting recommendations and results. Work is performed independently under minimal direct supervision. Frequently required to make presentations and interact with regulatory agencies, local agencies, other city departments, volunteer and tenant groups and the general public on an individual or group basis. Occasionally exposed to tenants, pilots and/or citizens who are irate, disgruntled, hostile or difficult, which requires conflict management and resolution skills, as well as anger defusing skills. Train, supervise and evaluate the performance of assigned personnel. Reports to: airport manager. Supervises: airport maintenance workers. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6590533.
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Employment Condition: Full-time, unlimited (M-F 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.). Division/District/Office/Section: Office of Aeronautics/St. Paul, Minnesota. Provides technical expertise and professional knowledge in the development, preservation and safety of aviation in Minnesota. Inspects and licenses airports, and commercial aviation operators, and enforces Minnesota Statutes and Rules pertaining to aeronautics. Organizes and conducts safety and educational seminars for pilots and airport operators. Also provides pilot services in single and multi-engine aircraft. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6590835.
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Responsible for day-to-day and long-term management of operations at Salt Lake City International Airport, Airport No. II, and the Tooele Valley Airport. Plans, organizes and directs airport operations sections, including security and communications. Selects, evaluates, coaches and counsels reporting section managers. Resolves complex issues involving airport operations and ensures compliance with all federally regulated and mandated aviation, emergency preparedness, and security programs. Represents the airports operational interests as they pertain to current and future construction and development programs. Responsible for overall incident command during both emergency and non-emergency situations. Responsible to the public for the integrity, safety and continuity of multiple programs, and provides for and ensures the airport keeps pace with tenant, customer and passenger requirements, growth and demands. This is an executive-level, professional position requiring a degree of decision making that directly impacts airport liability, cost-containment and life safety. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6584400.
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The Indianapolis (Ind.) Airport Authority is seeking a dynamic leader with extensive parking management experience. The director of parking operations will be responsible for the 24-hour, seven-day-a-week parking, shuttle and ground transportation operations of this mid-size airport strategically located in the Midwest. Overall responsibility for management of operations, staffing, shuttles and ground transportation, as well as development and promotion of parking business strategy and financial performance, in a highly focused customer environment. Requires a Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university preferably with a major in business administration or related studies; or any combination of education and experience that provides the knowledge, skills and ability to perform the duties of this position. A minimum of seven years of experience in a public access parking operation. For additional information/submission requirements, see "Current Searches" tab at: www.adkexecutivesearch.com. Salary commensurate with experience. Position closes Nov. 23, 2014.
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Delaware River & Bay Authority. Acts as a key work leader of the operations for authority owned or operated airport facilities. Provides input to supervisor regarding the priorities for the airport department. Responsible for determining a clear action plan to deliver on the priorities approved or determined by their supervisor. Often manages several key supervisors who themselves work to ensure that overall standards of quality and timeliness are maintained. Knowledge of airport management principles and airport practices, procedures, and operations; proven success in managing a diverse work force. Detailed specialist knowledge of relevant local, state and federal regulations. Bachelor's degree required. Appropriate experience in aviation in roles with increasing levels of responsibility; a minimum of three to five years of experience in supervisory roles in airports or transportation. Salary: $56,143-$66,050 (or commensurate with skills). Closing date: open until filled. Apply online at www.drba.net.
Web: http://www.drba.net

Port of Seattle. Leads and manages the passenger experience program in order to ensure the highest level of customer service is delivered to the traveling public at Sea-Tac International Airport. Requires a combination of education and experience demonstrating knowledge, skills and abilities equivalent to bachelor's degree in business management or a related field; five years of management experience in a medium- to large-sized commercial airport or customer service experience in the travel industry. Salary: minimum: $85,820 - midpoint: $107,270. The Port of Seattle is an equal opportunity employer, affirmative action employer committed to diversity in the workplace. Minorities, women, veterans and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6589521.
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Delaware River & Bay Authority. Assists the senior airport manager with the daily operational aspects of aviation facilities operated by the authority in accordance with authority policies, rules and regulations, as well as local, state and federal regulations. Directly supervises airport operations staff in support of 24-hour aviation operations. A significant amount of independent judgment and decision-making on operational matters is to be exercised. The formal nature of the work performed requires establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with a number of airport stakeholder groups including government officials, tenants, customers, and the general public. The principal duties are performed with a significant on-airfield presence and attention to airport operational dynamics. This position is considered essential and is subject to call 24 hours a day as may be necessary to maintain continuous operation of the authority's airport facilities. Salary: $48,820-$57,435 (commensurate with skills). Closing date: Open until filled. Apply online at www.drba.net.
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The executive director serves as the chief executive officer, responsible for the overall management and administration of Augusta (Ga.) Regional Airport and planning, directing, and coordinating the work of staff personnel. The executive director administers policies and directives of the Augusta Aviation Commission and works with elected officials, managers, vendors, auditors, and media to provide administrative support to the commission. An applicant must have at least a bachelors degree in airport administration, business administration or a closely related field. An MBA is desirable. Finalists will have 8+ years of progressive experience in the airport industry with sufficient experience at a commercial airport to perform the required duties and responsibilities of executive director. There will be a strong preference for a candidate who has at least three years at a commercial service airport in the number one and/or number two position. AAAE accreditation preferred. Pilot license a plus. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6589564.
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Lee County (Fla.) Port Authority. Third Shift. $18.31 hourly. Skilled work that requires knowledge in preventative maintenance, troubleshooting and repair of industrial electrical and mechanical airport equipment, including plumbing and building repairs. Requires thorough knowledge of jet bridge operation, including low voltage controls, PLCs, frequency drives, positioning sensors, and mechanical dynamics. Must be able to locate problem sources and safely apply proper rigging techniques to replace defective parts on machinery. Maintains and repairs industrial air handlers, various pumps, conveyor systems, HVAC equipment and plumbing systems, including adjustments and calibration of parts and components. Coordinates training or instruction of employees required to monitor and maintain related equipment and systems. Procures parts needed for repairs or projects. Must be able to work under the direction of the crew chief with minimal supervision. Must be able to assume the duties of the crew chief or supervisor during periods of his or her absence. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6583538.
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St. Pete-Clearwater (Fla.) International Airport. Directs and supervises the airport operations division in daily airside/landside activities at St. Pete-Clearwater International Airport. Thorough knowledge and experience required in Federal Aviation Regulations (FAR) Parts 77, 139, and associated advisory circulars, as well as Transportation Security Regulations (TSR) 1542, 1544, 1546, and 1540. Directly responsible for maintaining and ensuring compliance with the airports certification manual, emergency plan, and security program, and serves as the airport security coordinator. Oversees and supervises airport operations supervisors, traffic assistants, law enforcement, contract security, and credentialing office. EOE/AA/ADA/DFW/VP: Certain service members and veterans, and the spouses and family members of the service members and veterans, receive preference and priority in employment by the state and are encouraged to apply for the positions being filled. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6584116.
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Responsible for overall operation, administration, supervision and monitoring of the airport maintenance, engineering and environmental compliance department, including planning, development and financial management of facilities, grounds, electrical, and vehicle divisions. Bachelor's in civil, mechanical, or electrical engineering or related field required. Minimum of five years of maintenance experience with demonstrated supervisory and management capabilities and a proven working knowledge of maintenance practices and procedures, including budget and management responsibility and familiarity with mechanics and engineering required. Minimum of three years of airport experience, including knowledge of FAA and TSA regulations preferred. Must successfully complete a 10-year fingerprint based Criminal History Records Check and Security Threat Assessment. Open until filled. Annual salary $68,902. Submit resume, cover letter and City of Burlington, Vt., application to HR, 179 So. Winooski Ave., Burlington, VT 05401. See www.burlingtonvt.gov/HR for more information.
Web: http://www.burlingtonvt.gov/HR

The Maryland Aviation Administration (MAA) is accepting applications for the executive service position of manager, commercial development. Responsible for planning and contract negotiations for development of specific BWI Marshall and Martin State Airport (MTN) real estate projects. Responsibilities also include creating and implementing MAAs strategies for planning and developing available parcels for revenue generation purposes; establishing policies and programs; funding for projects on MAA owned lands, as well as identifying available new opportunities in land use development activities at BWI Marshall and MTN with private sector partners. Salary $61,496-$98,745. For further details and/or to obtain an application, visit http://agency.governmentjobs.com/mdotmd/default.cfm or call (410) 859-7899. Candidates must possess a bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in one or more of the following areas: business administration, public administration; or a closely related field, master's degree preferred. EOE.
Web: http://agency.governmentjobs.com/mdotmd/default.cfm

Responsible for the airports noise abatement and sustainability programs to minimize negative environmental impacts resulting from airport operations. Operates the airports noise monitoring and flight tracking equipment, retrieves and correlates data through the use of customized computer software programs and utilities, including routine operation, backing up and archiving data. Monitors aircraft noise, flight operations and other pertinent aviation factors and procedures in the airport noise office. Responds to and addresses airport/airplane noise complaints from the community. Develops sustainability project goals, initiatives, or plans working with GOAA staff, airport community, and other sustainability professionals; coordinates project implementation. Identifies and/or obtains resources needed to develop and implement sustainability programs, assessing cost effectiveness, technical feasibility, acceptance by public and others, etc. as appropriate to each project. Performs other duties as assigned. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6574071.
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Perform duties related to capital improvement programs (CIP) at Fresno Yosemite International (FAT) and Fresno Chandler Executive (FCH) airports. Manages federal and state CIP grants; performs planning and environmental reviews/studies; recruits/oversees consultants; manages design and construction processes. Independently sets project schedules, implements compliance programs, manages bid processes, troubleshoots project issues, negotiates consultant agreements, exercises managerial responsibility and accountability. The ideal candidate will have extensive knowledge of CIP projects, municipal government, residential and commercial development, federal and state grant application processes, and budget principles and practices. Works with the FAA Airport Improvement Program and California Division of Aeronautics grant program. FAT and FCH are owned and operated by the City of Fresno. FAT is the primary regional airport for a six-county area in the central San Joaquin Valley (SJV). FCH serves as a reliever to FAT and is the largest general aviation airport in the SJV. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6571443.
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Maryland Aviation Administration (MAA). This management position oversees and manages the division of airfield, grounds and euipment maintenance consisting of over 60 employees. As the primary airfield, ground and equipment maintenance officer for Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI Marshall) plays a key role in planning, coordinating and managing the maintenance support for the airfield and ground operations of BWI Marshall. BWI Marshall consists of 3,600 acres, four major runways and associated taxiways, nearly 2.2 million square feet in the terminal building, 15 outer buildings and approximately 100 satellite buildings. Responsible for the highly complex snow/weather emergnecy plan with a snow removal budget of $2.5 million. View complete job announcement at www.mdot.maryland.gov/employment.
Web: http://www.mdot.maryland.gov/employment

Indianapolis (Ind.) Airport Authority. This director-level position requires extensive knowledge/experience in formulating/implementing revenue management strategies supporting the airports strategic business plan. Under general direction of the senior director of commercial enterprise, the director of business development manages the airports business development strategy, land development and air service operations, and negotiating strategies for new revenue generating areas. Primary focus will be new development and/or significant redevelopment in supporting IAAs land development strategy, and establishment of strategic direction on critical revenue streams. Candidates must have a bachelors degree in business, finance, marketing or related field. MBA or commensurate experience preferred. Eight years of increasingly responsible, management-level experience in strategic revenue planning and commercial strategy development/implementation, including profit and loss responsibility, with demonstrated success leading significant commercial transactions. Experience working with/in both public and private sectors is desirable. For additional information/submission requirements, see "Current Searches" tab at: www.adkexecutivesearch.com. Salary commensurate with experience. Position closes Nov. 2, 2014.
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RS&H, Inc. is seeking a senior electrical engineer/group leader in Jacksonville, Fla. The candidate should display strong technical design capabilities, management and leadership experience, and clear communications skills to lead complex electrical engineering projects in the aviation (airport/terminal buildings) market sector. Responsible for the design of large and complex electrical and technology systems for major airport terminal facilities and other airport building types, managing and growing a team of electrical designers, mentoring staff in the engineering and consulting profession, and participating in business development. Reports to the aviation practices building service group leadership and its electrical discipline leader. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6561631.
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Responsible for design, specifications, plans, maps, project schedule and budgets. Reviews for quality assurance and quality control and ensures compliance with KLJ quality standards. Responsible for contracts, scope of services and budgets. Provides coordination of contractors. Participates in and facilitates meetings with stakeholders and clients. Instructs, trains and mentors group members. Effectively deals with difficult situations and confrontation both internally and externally. Utilizes effective written and oral communication. May be responsible for workgroup financials and quality goals. May market to existing or potential clients and obtain work. May serve as a project engineer, project manager, or client manager and provide overall project oversight. May have supervisory responsibilities for group members and support staff, including hiring, promoting, terminations, performance reviews and training. Public involvement may include reports, graphics, presentations and other visual material.
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The president/chief executive officer of the Florida Airports Council has overall administrative responsibility for the operation of the Florida Airports Council pursuant to and consistent with the policies established by the board. Will have demonstrated: strong verbal and written communication skills; experience in association management and/or the airport management industry, preferably both; financial management/budgeting experience; experience in short-range, long-range, and strategic planning; experience in governmental/legislative affairs; experience managing contracts and contractors; knowledge of state and federal aviation programs and processes; knowledge of association management activities/processes; and some conference management experience. Must have a bachelors degree from a four-year college or university in aviation administration, business administration, public administration or a related field. Must also have, as a minimum, 10 years of experience in association management and/or the airports management industry. For additional information/submission requirements, see "Current Searches" tab at: www.adkexecutivesearch.com. Salary range $120,000-$135,000. Position closes Nov. 10, 2014.
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Monitors recordkeeping of payroll, accounts payable and receivable, and prepares required federal, state and local financial reports. Assists director of finance/administration in budget preparation, federal and local grants management, and administering human resource activities and programs, including insurance, pension, recruitment and hiring. Requires bachelors degree in finance or accounting; three years of experience demonstrating a knowledge of accounting, auditing, grants management, and effective administrative and human resource management. Must be adept at working independently or as a team member, with excellent written and oral communication skills. Employment is contingent upon a background investigation, a fingerprint-based criminal record review and the ability to be granted an identification badge by the Transportation Security Administration. Submit cover letter, resume and salary request to Director of Finance and Administration, Grand Forks Regional Airport Authority, 2301 Airport Drive, Grand Forks, ND 58203, mcrystal@gfkairport.com. Deadline for applications is Nov. 14, 2014.
Email: mcrystal@gfkairport.com

Massachusetts Port Authority. Manages the day-to-day operations of the aviation signage department by coordinating signage design, fabrication and installation by sign shop and term contractors, at Logan Airport and other aviation facilities as required. Requires bachelor's degree in related technical field or equivalent professional work experience required. Seven-10 years of diversified Signage experience required. Minimum of three years of project management experience of increasing complexity required. One to two years of experience supervising staff preferred. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6564215. Apply online at: http://agency.governmentjobs.com/massport/default.cfm.
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Capital Region International Airport, Lansing, Mich. Under the direct supervision of the president/CEO, the senior VP/COO is responsible for directing the day-to-day operations and maintenance at Capital Region International Airport and Mason Jewett Field. Acts in the place of the president/CEO in his absence. Oversees subordinate directors of operations, public safety, maintenance, and their subordinate managers and staff. Candidates must have a minimum of a bachelors degree from an accredited four-year college/university with specialization in airport management, business administration, engineering, or a related discipline, and four or more years of progressively responsible management-level experience in operations, public safety, or maintenance at a non-hub, or small hub, passenger/cargo airport. A working knowledge of Federal Aviation Regulations is required and AAAE accreditation is preferred. For additional information/submission requirements, see "Current Searches" tab at: www.adkexecutivesearch.com. Salary range $100,427-$125,969. Position closes Nov. 9, 2014.
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TKDA is seeking an aviation planner for an exciting opportunity on its aviation team in downtown Saint Paul, Minn. The aviation planner will be responsible for preparing and conducting master plans, facility plans, forecasting, action plans, fee estimates, feasibility studies, and environmental assessments. Also will be expected to demonstrate expertise on topics related to facility planning requirements, airport alternative analyses, integrated noise models, land acquisition, capital improvement plans, benefit cost analyses, and airport layout plan drawing sets. The aviation planner will be responsible for managing various planning tasks, as well as small to mid-size aviation projects with the opportunity grow and develop their own projects and clients. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6560750.
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The director of operations is an executive within the aviation and government services division and reports to the vice president of aviation and government services for HSS. The director of operations is assigned to the corporate office in Denver, Colo., and is responsible for the overall aspects of operations and financial performance for assigned accounts spread across the United States. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6560860.
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Portland (Maine) International Jetport. Under the direction of the assistant operations manager, plans, organizes and supervises airside and landside operations on a rotating 24x7 schedule that includes nights, weekends, holidays and mandatory call-ins. Responsibilities include the inspection of airside, terminal, cargo, FBO and landside facilities. Other duties include coordinating airport construction, issuing NOTAMs, ensuring FAR Part 139 compliance, coordinating special events, enforcing the jetport's SWPPP, mitigating wildlife hazards, responding to emergencies, answering calls for service, supervision of the airport operations center, covering shifts in the airport operations center, and other duties as assigned. Reviews and acts on matters involving safety, security, customer service, and other matters as they impact airlines, tenants, and passengers. Responsible for coordinating security and driver's training. May assist with updates to the airport's regulatory manuals. Applications may be submitted online, via email, or mailed to human resources. Instructions are available at www.portlandmaine.gov/324/Jobs. Application deadline: Nov. 14, 2014.
Web: http://www.portlandmaine.gov/324/Jobs

Portland (Maine) International Jetport. Under the direction of the assistant operations manager, plans, organizes and supervises airside and landside operations on a rotating 24x7 schedule that includes nights, weekends, holidays and mandatory call-ins. Responsibilities include the inspection of airside, terminal, cargo, FBO and landside facilities. Other duties include coordinating airport construction, issuing NOTAMs, ensuring FAR Part 139 compliance, coordinating special events, enforcing the jetport's SWPPP, mitigating wildlife hazards, responding to emergencies, answering calls for service, supervision of the airport operations center, covering shifts in the airport operations center, and other duties as assigned. Reviews and acts on matters involving safety, security, customer service, and other matters as they impact airlines, tenants, and passengers. Responsible for coordinating security and driver's training. May assist with updates to the airport's regulatory manuals. Applications may be submitted online, via email, or mailed to human resources. Instructions are available at www.portlandmaine.gov/324/Jobs. Application deadline: Nov. 14, 2014.
Web: http://www.portlandmaine.gov/324/Jobs

San Diego, Calif. The deputy director of airports is a management-level position. Under the direction of the real estate assets director, the airports deputy director is responsible for safe and efficient operation of two general aviation airports in compliance with all applicable federal, state and local regulations, especially FAA Grant Assurances. In addition, the deputy director of airports must manage the airports in a risk-adverse manner, demonstrate political acumen, within and outside the city organization, present high-level briefings to management and elected bodies, interpret complex concepts to upper management and the public, manage an enterprise fund budget, compose and present reports to council, oversee existing property and promote new development, maintain a responsive dialog with federal, state and local agencies, manage personnel, create and submit to the FAA five-year airport capital improvement plans, apply, manage and closeout FAA grants, and, finally, create a vision that will carry the airports into the future. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6555724.
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Growing aviation management and consulting firm looking for driven professional to assist in compliance management at multiple Texas airports. Must be self-motivated but able to work with a team in a fun, fast-paced environment. Job duties and responsibilities will vary day-to-day so flexibility and a positive attitude are a must! Monitors/evaluates activities of landside operations to ensure compliance with lease provisions, policies/procedures, and other governing regulations. Analyzes operational problem areas and reports back with recommendations. Assists in proposed solutions and/or alternative operating methods or procedures. Conducts lease negotiations for existing and new tenants. Inspects airport facilities. Contacts lessees and tenants regarding complaints, performance deficiencies, etc. Responds to airport tenant user problems/requirements and resolves complaints in a timely manner. Interprets rules and regulations to provide guidance in developing, implementing, and administering policies/procedures. Performs any tasks needed to maintain and operate the airport. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6545911.
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Juneau, Alaska. Responsible for ensuring the safe and efficient airside and landside operations of Juneau International Airport and for maintaining and preserving the public investment in the municipality's international airport outside of the terminal building, and for maintaining a safe and secure airfield for the protection of the traveling public and other aviation users of the facility. Plans, directs, and manages airfield maintenance resources and activities associated with the functioning of the airfield maintenance facility. Supervises and coordinates 24-hour monitoring of the airport status, and is responsible for coordinating with a multitude of tenants and transient entities in order to ensure the safety of airfield operations. One of the senior representatives of airport management and fills in as the emergency control officer and acting airport manager during the absence of the airport manager and deputy airport manager. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6540817.
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Mead & Hunt, Inc., a nationally recognized professional services consulting firm, is seeking a civil engineer for its Detroit area office. Responsibilities include designing and construction administration of airport projects; preparing reports, cost estimates, specifications, plans, schedules, studies, and permits; assisting with client contact and communication pertaining to specific projects; and may serve as an on-site project representative during construction. Some travel will be required. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6543188.
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Town of Barnstable, Mass. Work involves planning, organizing and directing the operations of a municipal airport. Responsible for direct supervision of the operations maintenance, aircraft fire fighting, and the security/noise abatement functions of a Part 139 commercial airport. Successful candidates will have a bachelors degree in aviation management or related field and more than seven years of experience in airport operations; more than three of which are in a management/supervisory capacity; or any equivalent combination of education and experience. MassDOT Aeronautics Airport Manager license, FAA Aircraft Rescue Firefighting certification, valid drivers license, and Valid Firearms Identification Card preferred. Annual salary range $82,724-$89,544 plus benefits. Apply at www.town.barnstable.ma.us by Nov. 7, 2014. AA/EOE
Web: http://www.town.barnstable.ma.us

County of Orange, Calif. Responsible for financial review for a broad range of airport functions to identify significant risk factors. Testing internal controls to identify business process improvements. Developing and managing QCC Program while mitigating potential risk factors and improve internal controls. Provides oversight of the development and maintenance of quality programs, processes and procedures; ensures compliance with policies and performance, and quality of services. Conforms to established standards and airport guidelines. Interprets policies, regulatory and/or governmental regulations, and airport guidelines to assure compliance. Develops a capital project auditing program. Improves process to increase the effectiveness and efficiency of airport operations. Ensures full cooperation and compliance with internal controls and quality assurance programs. Leads audit/inspection preparation, resolution of audit/inspection findings through all stages of the audits. Ensures quality assurance programs and policies are maintained and modified. Ensures ongoing due diligence in conformance with the QCC Program. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6532168.
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Charlotte, N.C. Performs management work planning, directing, supervising and reviewing the work of large scale field maintenance, building maintenance, fleet maintenance and housekeeping operations at Charlotte Douglas International Airport. The exercise of considerable independent judgment and initiative is expected and extensive public contact is involved. Maintains effective working relationships with tenants, city departments, co-workers, the public, contractors and regulatory agencies. Coordinates and directs activities that involve the care of and maintenance of the airfield, all buildings, all rolling stock, housekeeping services, waste collections and disposal, and recycling occurring on a 24/7/365 schedule. Plans for and oversees special operations, such as snow operations. Manages and directs related activities associated with the annual Federal Aviation Regulation (FAR) 139 inspection. Ensures that the airport is operated in compliance with federal regulations, state and local requirements to maintain high standards of safety in all aspects of operation. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6537417.
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Portland (Maine) International Jetport. The communications center operates 24/7/365 providing centralized security and communications for the airport. Primary duties include maintaining daily activity logs, monitoring surveillance cameras, door alarms, weather related equipment, phones and radios, as well as security and airport compliance inspections. Applicant must be able to work nights, weekends, holidays and overtime as needed on an eight-week rotating basis working four 10-hour days. Must possess a working knowledge of FAA and TSA rules and regulations. Must be able to pass all local and federal background investigations, specifically TSA Regulation Part 1542 as published in the Federal Register. Bachelors degree in airport management or comparable airport related experience, experience at a commercial non-hub or larger airport in the fields of airport operations, airport security, or other applicable experience, or experience in the field of dispatching or any other communications center type environment required. Application deadline: Oct. 31, 2014. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6531527.
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Jackson (Miss.) Municipal Airport Authority (JAN). Reports to the board of commissioners and has the responsibility to plan, direct, manage and oversee all activities of Jackson Municipal Airport Authority; to establish goals/objectives for airport operations; to coordinate airport activities with administrators and officials of the counties and city; and to provide administrative support to the Jackson Municipal Airport Authority Board. Exercises direct supervision over chief administrative officer, chief operating officer and senior director of capital programming. Bachelors degree in aviation administration, bsiness administration, public administration or related fields. Ten years of increasingly responsible experience in aviation administration or a related field, including six years of administrative or management responsibility at a commercial service airport. Strong leadership skills having an emphasis on strategic planning, capital improvement projects, financial management, lease negotiations and community relations. For additional information/submission requirements, see "Current Searches" tab at: www.adkexecutivesearch.com. Starting salary range $190,000-$215,000. Position closes Oct. 23, 2014.
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Excited about high performance, making a difference and developing others? The San Diego Airport Authority is proud of its team members, have a high-performing culture and challenge ourselves through innovations. The team members work fast, value each other and have fun along the way. The authority has an awesome opportunity for an avid senior manager, facilities management with strong interpersonal, demonstrated experience in managing multiple projects at once and problem-solving skills. Plays an active role leading teams, build cross-departmental trusted relationships, understand operational processes and challenges linked to the organizations strategic objectives. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6527738.
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City of San Jose - Mineta San Jose International Airport. Reporting to the director of aviation, manages five deputy directors on a day-to-day basis who oversee the following divisions: business development; planning and capitol development; facilities; finance and administration; operations. Also oversees airport employee services, airport technology services and has cognizance over public safety operations. Serves as primary interface with TSA, FAA, U.S. Customs and Border Patrol, other regulatory agencies, airlines, car rental agencies, concessionaires, and two fixed base operators. In addition, works closely with airportdivisions on business planning and strategy formulation and play a critical role in communicating and implementing department-wide strategies so that all employees, partners and stakeholders understand SJCs goals and how their work connects to those initiatives. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6527831.
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Provides cost engineering services in support of the delivery of capital and expense construction projects within the aviation project management group. Develops, analyzes and monitors project cost data to determine the financial health of a project. Performs project analyses on cost and trend data to develop a forecast. Identifies potential cost issues/overruns and investigates anomalies in budgets/actuals. Reviews new project cost estimates and enters into the project delivery system Unifier. Baselines projects and perform change management tasks within Unifier. Reconciles budgets. Develops supplemental cost management tools and spreadsheets for performing these functions. Reviews construction trend logs and enter data. Provides first "warning" of potential cost overruns/cost savings to project manager's to determine course of action. Participates in process improvements. Analyzes encumbrance and commitment control issues. Performs activities for tenant or grant reimbursements. Participates in development of cash flows, programmatic reporting and audits. Participates in year-end accrual process. For additional information, visit http://careercenter.aaae.org/jobs/6528056.
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