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Assistant Director, Planning-LAS - Clark County Department of Aviation

Organization: Clark County Department of Aviation

Post Until: 10/30/2022

Date Needed: 11/30/2022

City: Las Vegas

Location: Nevada

Category: Planning

Type of Position: Full-time

Education Requirement: Bachelor's

Experience Requirement: 5-10 years

Salary (Yearly): $128,668.80 - $156,395

Description & Details

The Clark County Department of Aviation is seeking an Assistant Director, Planning to oversee airport systemwide planning efforts to provide current and long-range planning to stimulate and promote a vibrant economy, protect the environment from incompatible development, reduce or eliminate airport environmental impacts, promote sustainability initiatives, and conserve natural resources. This includes planning activities associated with North Las Vegas and Henderson Executive airport, two busy general aviation airports as well as Overton and Jean airports.

The incumbent will manage all activities throughout the Department of Aviation (DOA) related to planning initiatives, airport system master planning, including efforts associated with the Southern Nevada Supplemental Airport (SNSA) project.

Airport noise programs, environmental management, capital improvement programs and other areas of planning activities related to airfield and landside development are important responsibilities. The Assistant Director will work with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) in capturing federal Airport Improvement Program grant and entitlement funding ensuring compliance with program guidelines. Other duties involve development and maintenance of the Airport Layout Plan (ALP) to ensure compliance with all federal regulations and policies. This position manages the Airport Master Plans for all airports including processing updates as needed.

The Assistant Director - Planning is the primary department representative for any work related to compliance with the National Environmental Protection Act (NEPA) and environmental review processes. The incumbent will direct the preparation, development, and evaluation of the activities associated with the Southern Nevada Supplemental Airport (SNSA) project and conceptual alternatives for critical airport infrastructure including airfield, passenger terminal, landside access, cargo, and support areas. This position will direct the simulation and modeling of the proposed development. The Assistant Director of Planning will oversee the coordination with FAA Headquarters, FAA Western Pacific Region and the FAA Phoenix Airports District Office (ADO), specific to the SNSA project and includes coordination for the environmental review process. The incumbent oversees preparation of agenda items for the Board of County Commissioners (BOCC), presents to the BOCC as requested, and responds to County Commissioners’ requests. This position oversees the administration of the Airport Strategic Plan.

Requirements:

Bachelor’s Degree in Business, Public or Personnel Administration, Urban Planning or a field related to the work and five (5) years of full-time, high-level experience in planning, governance, or business excellence-related role (e.g., planning, compliance, quality assurance and/ or strategic planning), two (2) years of which includes supervisory/management experience. Master’s degree is preferred. Professional level experience and/or education that has provided the skills and knowledge necessary to perform all job functions at this level may be substituted on a year-for-year basis.

Salary and Benefits

Salary range is $128,668.80 - $156,395. Salary may be negotiated based on qualifications and experience. Clark County Department of Aviation offers an excellent benefit package, including retirement through Nevada PERS (Public Employees’ Retirement System). For instructions on how to apply, please click here to see the recruitment brochure, or visit the searches tab at www.adkexecutivesearch.com.

Posting closes October 23, 2022.

How to Apply / Contact

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Airport Director - San Joaquin County

Organization: San Joaquin County

Post Until: 10/14/2022

City: Stockton

Location: California

Category: Management

Type of Position: Full-time

Education Requirement: Bachelor's

Experience Requirement: 5-10 years

Salary (Yearly): $139,113-$169,093

Description & Details

San Joaquin County is seeking an Airport Director with proven leadership and business skills who can build and expand the Stockton Metropolitan Airport to its fullest potential as a key transportation hub in the Central Valley.

The Airport Director will be responsible for identifying and marketing the airport to attract new services and other business development; planning, operating, and maintaining the safety and appearance of the Airport to meet the highest standards; managing numerous tenant agreements and facilities located on Airport land; and promoting the development of Airport land and facilities for future aviation and commercial related services.

The ideal candidate will have demonstrated achievements in both airport operations, as well as business development. Desirable qualifications include graduation from an accredited college/university with major course work in airport management, business administration, or public administration; five years of increasingly responsible airport management experience at a small hub or larger airport, including working with tenants on lease negotiations; and Accredited Airport Executive (AAE) Certificate from the American Association of Airport Executives. A valid California Driver’s license required.

In addition to base salary, San Joaquin County offers a competitive benefit package including health benefits, vacation, sick leave and potential cashable benefits, including employer contribution to the County’s deferred compensation plan, vacation cash out, and an annual car allowance.

Please visit our website at www.jobaps.com/sjq to view the employment brochure, which includes the complete job description and benefits of the position.

How to Apply / Contact

Apply online at: www.jobaps.com/sjq; or visit San Joaquin County Human Resources at: 44 N. San Joaquin Street, Ste. 330, Stockton, CA 95202. For information call (209) 468-3370.

Airports Operations Specialist - City of Fresno

Organization: City of Fresno

Post Until: 10/27/2022

City: Fresno

Location: California

Category: Operations

Type of Position: Full-time

Education Requirement: High School/GED

Experience Requirement: 1-2 years

Salary (Monthly): $4,089 - $4,967

Description & Details

SALARY: $4,089 - $4,967/month

FILING DEADLINE: Open until filled

POSITION DESCRIPTION

This is your opportunity to become a member of an extraordinary organization and a dynamic department. The City of Fresno is currently looking for a skilled Airports Operations Specialist to join our team.

Under general supervision, Airports Operations Specialists perform a variety of semi-skilled and skilled maintenance, repair and construction work on airport equipment, grounds, runway/taxiway complexes, aircraft parking aprons, aeronautical visual aids and associated infrastructure(s); conducts safety and security inspections of runways, ramps, immediate surrounding areas, and exterior fencing for compliance with FAA safety standards and reports and/or repairs conditions not in compliance; operate and service a variety of tools and equipment; and performs concrete finishing by setting forms, mixing, wheeling and pouring concrete for sidewalk repairs and other concrete construction work.

Once vacancy currently exists in the Airports Department, Operations Division/Airside. Immediate and future vacancies will be filled from this eligible list for a period of three (3) months from the date the eligible list is created, with the option of extending that period for up to a maximum of two years at the City's discretion. Should the competitive process be suspended for this recruitment, the eligibility list may be limited to three (3) months.

Incumbents may be assigned to work any eight (8) hour shift and may be required to work holidays and weekends.

CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT

All newly hired and current City employees are required to comply with Administrative Order 6-30 “Employee Covid-19 Safety Protocols.” For more information, please visit: Personnel Services | Policies and MOU’s (fresno.gov)

PAY, BENEFITS & WORK SCHEDULE

BENEFITS: UNIT 1 Classification - International Union of Operating Engineers, Stationary Engineers- IUOE (Local 39)

HEALTH INSURANCE: The City contributes toward monthly premiums for PPO medical, dental and vision for employee and dependents.

FLEXIBLE SPENDING ACCOUNT: IRS 125 Plan for health and dependent care expenses.

DEFERRED COMPENSATION: Voluntary 457 plan with Fidelity Investments to increase your retirement savings.

VACATION LEAVE: Accrue 8 - 14.66 hours per month.

SICK LEAVE: Eight (8) hours per month, available after 90 days.

HOLIDAYS: Ten (10) City-observed annual holidays plus birthday and two (2) personal days.

SHORT TERM DISABILITY: Provided through California SDI program.

BILINGUAL PREMIUM: PAY: $50 per month

HEALTH REIMBURSEMENT ARRANGEMENT: To reimburse retirement medical insurance. RETIREMENT: City of Fresno Retirement Systems, one of the best funded public systems in the state.

Reciprocity with other public California systems. Vested in Retirement benefits after 5 years of service. City employees do not participate in Social Security.

DROP (Deferred Retirement Option Program): an optional, voluntary program that allows an employee to deposit retirement benefits in a special savings account within the Retirement System while continuing to work for the City of Fresno for up to 10 years. Participation minimum is age 50 and vested. Benefits includes ownership of accumulated funds, compound interest earnings, and alternative distribution options.

Additional information regarding the City of Fresno benefits is available at https://www.fresno.gov/personnel/human-resources-support/#tab-1

THE REQUIREMENTS

Applicants must meet the minimum qualifications on or before the posted filing deadline in order to qualify.

TO QUALIFY, an applicant must have possession of a High school diploma or GED and two (2) years paid experience in asphalt and concrete pavement maintenance or construction work and building maintenance. Experience working around airport facilities is preferred.

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS

The selected eligible candidates for this position will be required to successfully pass a Department interview, an extensive background investigation, and a Department of Justice fingerprint process prior to employment with the department.

Possession of a valid driver's license is required at time of appointment. Candidates considered for hire must provide proof of a valid driver's license and current copy of their driving record. A valid California Driver's License is required within sixty (60) days of appointment.

A valid Class B California Driver License is required within six (6) months of appointment and must be maintained for the entire term of employment in this class.

THE SELECTION PROCESS

The selection process will consist of the following:

Written Examination- 100% a job-related written examination will be administered to assess a candidate's knowledge in the following areas: knowledge of the methods, tools, and equipment used in disposal of international garbage and/or commercial construction trades; construction maintenance and repair work practices and terminology; safety; maintenance and repair of tools and equipment; tool identification and interpersonal & public relations.

Candidates must achieve a passing score to qualify for the eligible list.

The written examination is tentatively scheduled for the week of: TO BE DETERMINED.

VETERAN PREFERENCE REGULATIONS

Candidates applying for veteran's preference are required to submit a copy of their DD214 with their application during the specified filing period. Evidence must be presented to indicate that the candidate was discharged honorably from the military service. Veterans, including City employees, must resubmit proof of honorable service for every examination for which veteran's preference credit is requested. Qualified veterans who pass the examination will have five (5) points added to their final score.

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

The City of Fresno is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Should you need a special accommodation due to a qualifying disability, please contact the Personnel Service Department at (559) 621-6950 in advance of the examination.

HOW TO APPLY

APPLICANTS MUST COMPLETE AN ON-LINE APPLICATION. PLEASE VISIT www.fresno.gov/jobs. TO APPLY. For information on how to complete an on-line application, please view "Instruction Guide" on the City's website, Personnel Services Career Opportunities page, or call (559) 621-6950 for assistance. Resumes will not be accepted in lieu of a completed employment application.

ALL CORRESPONDENCE regarding this recruitment and exam process will be sent via e-mail. All applicants will acknowledge such understanding when they complete their on-line application. Verify we have your correct e-mail address before you submit your application. It is an applicant's responsibility to check their email frequently to ensure they receive all pertinent communication from the Personnel Services Department on a timely basis. Applicants will receive an automatically generated confirmation e-mail upon a successful application submittal. The e-mail is the only proof of submittal.

It is an applicant's responsibility to check their email account and to ensure it is set up to accept emails from the City of Fresno. Dependent upon your settings, notices from the City of Fresno may be directed to the "junk mail" or "spam" folders. It is the applicant's responsibility to check these folders.

Applications must be submitted by midnight on the filing deadline or they will not be accepted for any reason. FOR THIS RECRUITMENT, IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT PERMANENT FRESNO CITY EMPLOYEES APPLY THROUGH PEOPLESOFT SELF SERVICE.

How to Apply / Contact

http://www.fresno.gov/jobs

Airport Police Officer - Reno-Tahoe Airport Authority

Organization: Reno-Tahoe Airport Authority

Post Until: 10/14/2022

Date Needed: 11/14/2022

City: Reno

Location: Nevada

Category: Law Enforcement

Type of Position: Full-time

Education Requirement: High School/GED

Experience Requirement: 3-5 years

Salary (Hourly): $35.73 - $43.50

Description & Details

The Position

The Reno-Tahoe Airport Authority (RTAA) is seeking experienced law enforcement officers to join the Airport Police force to perform specialized law enforcement duties focusing on aviation security and safety. This position shall be responsible for working in a state of readiness to protect life and property, and actively participate in crime prevention.

There is one (1) position open; however, the list established from this recruitment may be used to fill future vacancies as they occur. Applicants must be available to work all shifts (day, swing, and graveyard) 7 days a week - including holidays. To be considered for this position, applicants must indicate they are available for day, swing and night shifts (all three), and must check the appropriate boxes under availability on the RTAA online application. During the first 12-month probationary period, the individual will be assigned to a day or swing shift. Upon completion of the probationary period, shift assignments are generally determined by seniority using a Shift Bid System.

The RTAA offers a dynamic work environment. At the RTAA, the Airport Police team is a key member of the Operations & Public Safety Department. Airport Police Officers are primarily responsible for performing general law enforcement duties and other emergency response to help provide the public with a safe experience while traveling through the Reno-Tahoe International Airport. The nature of the work requires the ability to act without immediate supervision and exercise independent judgment in emergency situations.

The Airport Police team is dedicated and expected to approach their work in a positive, professional, courteous manner, with a teamwork-oriented mindset, as the work may involve collaboration with other law enforcement agencies and interaction with a diverse array of individuals within the airport environment.

Key Accountabilities:

Patrol designated areas of the airport to preserve law, order, and public safety; checks airport facilities for physical security and to ensure compliance with the approved airport security program.

Respond to service calls and complaints including civil complaints, property control, automobile crashes, and related misdemeanor and felony incidents.

Enforce traffic laws and issues warnings and citations.

Contact and cooperate with other law enforcement agencies in matters relating to the apprehension of offenders and the investigation of offenses. Coordinate multi-jurisdictional investigations, as assigned.

Prepare thorough and accurate reports on arrests made, activities performed, and unusual incidents observed.

Answer questions and provide information, directions, and assistance to passengers and the public.

Investigate complaints and makes proper disposition or directs them to the proper authorities.

Secure crime scenes, resolve disputes, conduct preliminary and follow-up investigations, gather evidence, obtain witness statements, apprehend suspects, make arrests, and transport offenders.

Testify as a witness in court.

Collect and preserve evidence including photographs, fingerprints, blood, and related physical evidence as required.

Maintain contact with citizens regarding potential law enforcement problems and preserve good relationships with the public.

Provide crowd control and dignitary protection details, as needed.

Attend training classes, and maintain proficiency, in police methods, tactics, firearms and related legal topics/trends.

Provide specialized security for special events and dignitary visits.

Enter or retrieve data from a computer terminal, PC or other electronic devices.

Demonstrate continuous effort to improve operations, streamline work processes, and work cooperatively and jointly to provide quality, seamless customer service.

Entry Salary: $35.73 - $37.54 per hour, with promotional increases up to 43.50 per hour. Initial salary placement will be based upon experience and qualifications. This is an overtime eligible position.

Benefits: The RTAA offers a competitive wage and benefit package and provides a high-quality work-life balance. Employee benefits include 100% employer paid contributions to the Nevada PERS retirement program; 100% employer paid health insurance for the employee; paid vacation and sick leave; 14-paid holidays per year; and tuition reimbursement - just to name a few!

Qualifications

Required Education: Graduation from high school or equivalent.

Required Experience: Three (3) years of sworn law enforcement patrol experience.

Required Certification: Current Peace Officer Standards and Training (P.O.S.T.) Category I Basic Certification. If P.O.S.T. certification is from another state, applicants will be required to obtain a State of Nevada P.O.S.T. certificate within 24-months of hire. Applicants must attach a copy of their current P.O.S.T. certification to the application.

Required Licensing: A valid driver's license is required at the time of application.

Selection Procedure

How To Apply:

In order to be considered, applicants must fully complete the official online RTAA Employment Application prior to the application deadline of October 14, 2022. Qualified individuals are encouraged to apply immediately. Recruitment will close without notice when a sufficient number of applications are received, or a hiring decision has been made. Application for RTAA job are only accepted through an online process. For more information about this opportunity and to apply, visit: www.governmentjobs.com/careers/renoairport.

The RTAA Employment Application is the primary screening tool to determine an applicant's qualifications. A resume may be submitted in addition to, but not in lieu of, completing the RTAA Employment Application. While you may submit a resume, it is supplemental and will not be used to determine whether or not you have met the minimum qualifications. All work experience, education, training and other information substantiating how you meet the minimum qualifications must be included on your RTAA Employment Application.

We strongly encourage applicants to review our online application instructions, available at the top of the RTAA Career webpage, before submitting the application to help ensure it has been completed in a manner consistent with our requirements as failure to complete the application as required will result in your application being disqualified from further consideration. Below is a summary of our requirements:

Completed all sections on the RTAA Employment Application.

Provided detailed information to address how you meet and/or exceed minimum qualifications for the position.

Provided a minimum of five (5) years of employment history.

Explained any gaps in employment of six (6) months or more within the "Work History" section. To explain gaps, add a new employer, write what was occurring under the "Name of Employer" (e.g., unemployed, student, etc.), and list dates. Please note, a statement in the "Reason for Leaving Section" is not sufficient to address gaps in employment.

If you had more than one (1) position with the same employer, separately list each position and the time you were in that position.

Attached copies of required certification(s).

Questions about the application, recruitment, and/or selection process, the physical demands of the position, or requests for a reasonable accommodation, should be addressed to the RTAA People Operations Office at (775) 328-6450 or people@renoairport.com.

Review of Application: After submission, the application will be reviewed to determine if it is complete and if minimum qualifications are met. It is essential that applications include detailed information regarding education and experience to enable evaluation of the application. Only applicants found to meet minimum qualifications will be invited to a Physical Agility Test.

Physical Agility Test: Candidates must successfully pass all parts of the physical agility test to be considered for an interview. For more information about the physical agility test, visit: www.governmentjobs.com/careers/renoairport.

Personal History Questionnaire: If an applicant successfully completes the Physical Agility Test, the applicant will be invited to complete the Johnson & Roberts Personal History Questionnaire (PHQ) on-line. Applicants must complete the PHQ in order to be eligible for further consideration.

Interview Process: Only the most highly qualified applicants will be invited for an interview. The interview may include an initial panel interview, followed by subsequent assessment exercises to demonstrate the ability to perform job-related tasks and/or employment interviews with other RTAA personnel.

Pre-Employment Requirements: The RTAA requires each candidate to successfully complete an employment history verification and background check prior to being considered for employment. All employment offers are subject to successful completion and passing of a post-offer polygraph examination, a medical examination that includes a screening for illegal drugs, a psychological examination, a fingerprint criminal history records check, and an Airport Security Badging test.

The Reno-Tahoe Airport Authority welcomes, values and respects diversity and inclusiveness practices that honor the fundamental value and dignity of all individuals. The Reno-Tahoe Airport Authority is an equal opportunity employer and maintains a drug-free workplace.

Our Values

THRIVE is the acronym for the Reno-Tahoe Airport Authority’s values that were developed by our employees and adopted, supported and modeled by our Executive Leadership Team and our CEO. The value each letter represents is described below:

Teamwork for Results. Teamwork is the foundation of any successful organization. In the working world, teamwork means we need to be able to trust one another in order to perform at the highest level and achieve the greatest results – regardless of what we are working on. This means that everyone on the team is empowered to do their best work, knowing that support is there when needed and also that they have the autonomy to use their best judgment in any given situation.

Teamwork for Results means:

When partnerships are formed to complete a task or project, all parties are committed to the success of the whole.

We are successful by communicating and trusting each other.

At all times, we know what’s important and what we are working toward.

Knowing the goal, we keep our eyes on the prize and measure our progress continually.

Individual actions are considered in light of how they support the whole.

Working hard and having fun can be achieved simultaneously.

Honesty & Integrity are the first cousins of Trust. When we operate from a position of honesty and integrity, all of our interactions are more effective because we are working on an even playing field. We trust that our words and actions are spoken and performed with good intentions for the individual as well as the organization. When we do the right things for the right reasons, everyone benefits.

Honesty and Integrity thrive in an environment where:

We keep our promises and our actions are guided by honesty and fairness.

It is up to each and every person to do the right thing, even when no one is watching.

All employees are enabled to communicate their opinions and ideas honestly and directly. We all take ownership of the things for which we are responsible.

Respect & Recognition are both given and received. In a respectful environment, communication is open and courteous regardless of the subject matter or circumstance because every person who works here is of critical importance to the mission. We also recognize and celebrate the good things we do, both individually and as a team.

In this environment:

It’s a two-way street: recognition and appreciation are given freely at all levels. We pay attention to the good that we do, and speak up to offer praise.

Everyone’s viewpoint matters; we ask for and listen to feedback in order to continually improve.

We value the contribution of each individual.

We seek to understand other viewpoints before arriving at decisions.

We all have the capacity to Inspire & Innovate. With our respective talents and passions, every time we interact with another person each individual can start the ripple effect that moves through the organization, igniting each of us with the remembrance that we do important work, and we impact the lives of our co-workers and our community on a daily basis. With this in mind, we recognize that we are all actively participating in the success of the organization, and we freely share breakthroughs and great ideas.

In order to inspire & innovate, we keep in mind that:

Innovation happens at all levels: we all have the capacity to come up with the next great thing.

There’s almost always room for improvement. “The way we have always done it” may not be the best or most efficient way to move forward.

Making a commitment to behave with pride and loyalty regardless of the task at hand is always the best option.

Our individual actions, however small, impact the morale of our team, our division, our department, and our organization.

Everyone has great ideas, and it’s up to each of us to make sure we tell someone when we come up with something that will benefit the organization.

Failure is the occasional outcome of good intentions. We will use failures to learn.

Versatility in an organization our size, agility is key. While clear direction is important, so too is the ability to be flexible in the way we approach tasks, challenges, and opportunities. There is rarely only one way to do something, and we may need to explore various options in order to achieve the greatest success.

Our versatility means that we:

Utilize both internal and external resources.

Adapt to changing conditions in order to remain successful.

Recognize that the place we hold in our region is an important one, and therefore we are able to balance the needs of the organization with the needs of the greater community.

Find the “win-win” ensures that we can shift our focus as needed.

Enthusiasm for Excellence. A positive attitude can really take you places. By choosing to bring an enthusiasm for excellence to every task we undertake, we recognize the value of our work and our relationships as well as the importance of being the best at what we do.

Enthusiasm for Excellence generates:

A deep appreciation for the team that we have created at the RTAA.

A collaborative environment, where each person’s contribution truly matters.

A spirit of continuous improvement where we all recognize that our best efforts lie in the next opportunity.

An appreciation for diversity of thought to help us all to generate new ideas and better ways of doing things.

A commitment to setting the bar high and to creating standards that others in our industry want to duplicate.

How to Apply / Contact

How To Apply:

Questions about the application, recruitment, and/or selection process, the physical demands of the position, or requests for a reasonable accommodation, should be addressed to the RTAA People Operations Office at (775) 328-6450 or people@renoairport.com.

In order to be considered, applicants must fully complete the official online RTAA Employment Application prior to the application deadline of October 14, 2022. Qualified individuals are encouraged to apply immediately. Recruitment will close without notice when a sufficient number of applications are received, or a hiring decision has been made. Application for RTAA job are only accepted through an online process. For more information about this opportunity and to apply, visit: www.governmentjobs.com/careers/renoairport.

The RTAA Employment Application is the primary screening tool to determine an applicant's qualifications. A resume may be submitted in addition to, but not in lieu of, completing the RTAA Employment Application. While you may submit a resume, it is supplemental and will not be used to determine whether or not you have met the minimum qualifications. All work experience, education, training and other information substantiating how you meet the minimum qualifications must be included on your RTAA Employment Application.

We strongly encourage applicants to review our online application instructions, available at the top of the RTAA Career webpage, before submitting the application to help ensure it has been completed in a manner consistent with our requirements as failure to complete the application as required will result in your application being disqualified from further consideration. Below is a summary of our requirements:

Completed all sections on the RTAA Employment Application.

Provided detailed information to address how you meet and/or exceed minimum qualifications for the position.

Provided a minimum of five (5) years of employment history.

Explained any gaps in employment of six (6) months or more within the "Work History" section. To explain gaps, add a new employer, write what was occurring under the "Name of Employer" (e.g., unemployed, student, etc.), and list dates. Please note, a statement in the "Reason for Leaving Section" is not sufficient to address gaps in employment.

If you had more than one (1) position with the same employer, separately list each position and the time you were in that position.

Attached copies of required certification(s).

Aviation and Transit Director-BIL - The Billings Aviation and Transit Department

Organization: The Billings Aviation and Transit Department

Post Until: 10/23/2022

Date Needed: 11/30/2022

City: Billings

Location: Montana

Category: Management

Type of Position: Full-time

Education Requirement: Bachelor's

Experience Requirement: 5-10 years

Salary (Yearly): $135,000 to $195,000

Description & Details

The Billings Aviation and Transit Department is seeking an Aviation and Transit Director. The Director of Aviation & Transit plans, directs and manages the City of Billings MET Transit System and the Billings Logan International Airport (BIL). This is highly responsible work coordinating the activities of both the Airport and Transit System with City departments and external agencies and providing administrative support to the City Administrator. The Director selects, trains and evaluates a number of highly responsible, senior managers in order to accomplish the Department’s work plan.

The Director evaluates performance and works with staff to maintain optimal performance levels, including assigning work, coordinating training, addressing performance deficiencies and implementing corrective actions. The Director works with subordinate leadership to develop and implement the Department’s goals, objectives, policies and priorities, and allocates resources, including grant awards, as needed. The Director meets regularly with managers to plan work, in alignment with departmental goals and objectives, identify and resolve issues, and evaluate department and employee performance.

The Director coordinates the Department’s activities with other City departments and external agencies including the FAA, FTA, FBI, TSA, DHS, EPA, and Secret Service and ensures compliance with FAA, FTA, and TSA regulations including certification requirements. The Director also provides assistance to the City Administrator, Assistant City Administrator and City Council. The Director prepares and presents reports as needed on a variety of topics. The Director provides direction to the Business Manager on contract negotiation and preparation with airlines, fixed base operators, hangar owners, tenants, airport concessionaires and governmental agencies. The Director regularly meets with community leaders regarding service improvements and enhancements.

The Ideal Candidate

The ideal candidate for this position will have a 4-year degree in Aviation Management, Business Administration, Public Administration or a related field, from an accredited college or university; 7 or more years’ experience in municipal airport management or the aviation industry; and 5 years’ management experience, including supervisory experience. The successful candidate should have a thorough understanding of airline rates and charges, as well as possess knowledge of public transit operations. A Master’s degree in Aviation Management, Business Administration, Public Administration or a related field and experience in a union environment are desired. Equivalent combinations of experience, training and education will be considered.

Salary & Benefits

The salary range for this position is $135,000 to $195,000 and is accompanied by a generous compensation and benefits package. A starting salary above mid-range is possible for the exceptional candidate. Relocation assistance will be offered. For instructions on how to apply, please click here to see the recruitment brochure, or visit the searches tab at www.adkexecutivesearch.com.

Filing Deadline: October 23, 2022

How to Apply / Contact

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Assistant Director, Parking and Ground Transportation Business Strategy - Metropolitan Nashville Airport Authority

Organization: Metropolitan Nashville Airport Authority

Post Until: 10/23/2022

Date Needed: 11/30/2022

City: Nashville

Location: Tennessee

Category: Business Development and Strategy

Type of Position: Full-time

Education Requirement: Bachelor's

Experience Requirement: 5-10 years

Salary (Yearly): $88,955 - $122,028

Description & Details

The Metropolitan Nashville Airport Authority (MNAA) is seeking an Assistant Director, Parking and Ground Transportation Business Strategy. This position is a high-level role for an innovative Parking & Ground Transportation professional with strong analytical skills. The position concentrates on the development and execution of strategies and measurement of progress toward department goals including innovation, revenue generation, and customer experience related to parking and ground transportation. He or she will manage contractual compliance for ground transportation providers, including taxicabs, transportation network companies (TNCs), charter, and shuttle vehicles. Other responsibilities include providing administrative and technical support to enhance parking and ground transportation operations.

Position Qualifications

The ideal candidate should be someone who enjoys working closely with other internal departments to identify, evaluate, recommend, and support cost-effective and innovative solutions for all aspects of the parking and ground transportation functions and operations while continuing to maintain the highest level of customer service to travelers. A 4-year degree in aviation management, business administration or related field; and at least 4 to 7 years’ experience in airport ground transportation, parking and contract management, in a managerial role. AAAE Certified Member certification is preferred. Strategic thinking and strong analytical skills are a must to successfully perform the role and responsibilities.

Salary & Benefits

The starting salary range for the position is $88,955 - $122,028. An exceptional candidate may be eligible to receive a starting salary slightly above the range with approvals. In addition to the base salary, the incumbent is eligible for potential discretionary bonus, based on personal and organizational performance. MNAA provides a very attractive and robust benefit package. For instructions on how to apply, please click here to see the recruitment brochure, or visit the searches tab at www.adkexecutivesearch.com.

Filing Deadline: October 23, 2022

How to Apply / Contact

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Executive Director-HVN - The Tweed-New Haven Airport Authority

Organization: The Tweed-New Haven Airport Authority

Post Until: 10/23/2022

Date Needed: 11/30/2022

City: New Haven

Location: Connecticut

Category: Management

Type of Position: Full-time

Education Requirement: Bachelor's

Experience Requirement: >10 years

Salary (Yearly): $200,000-$250,000

Description & Details

The Tweed-New Haven Airport Authority is seeking an Executive Director for the Tweed-New Haven Airport (HVN). The Airport Authority Executive Director, reporting directly to the Board of Directors, oversees the development, management, and operation of the Tweed-New Haven Airport and ensures the Authority complies with all airport sponsor obligations. In cooperation with the Board of Directors, Avports HVN, The New HVN, government officials, and other airport stakeholders, the Executive Director will coordinate, direct and oversee all activities at the Airport. A key role of this position is to coordinate with the New HVN and other strategic partners in efforts to attract / maintain air service, while working to identify additional economic development opportunities for the Airport.

Currently the Executive Director is the sole employee of the Airport Authority, and it is anticipated the Director will assess the need and engage administrative support.

The Executive Director will oversee all operations and development by Avports HVN, including ensuring compliance with all Sponsor Grant Assurances and obligations, and with all federal, state, and local laws, rules, regulations, and policies. In cooperation with all airport stakeholders, the Executive Director will coordinate, direct, and oversee all operational and financial activities at the Airport. This position will oversee and supervise planning, environmental review, development, and construction of airfield improvements including a planned runway extension.

The Executive Director position will require an individual who has well developed political acumen and enjoys interacting with the public in this high-profile environment. Serving as the liaison with government agencies, including the City of New Haven, the Town of East Haven, Connecticut Airports Authority, FAA, and TSA, the Executive Director must demonstrate the ability to communicate messages in a compelling and concise manner. This position will require the interpersonal skills to interact positively, collaboratively, and effectively with elected officials, local business leaders, other government directors, managers, local, state, and federal agency representatives, media representatives, passengers, airport neighbors and members of the public to find common ground and ensure all feel heard. The Executive Director will plan, organize, and execute monthly Airport Authority Board meetings, including establishing the agenda and maintaining Board records.

The Ideal Candidate

Minimum of 10 years of airport management experience including at least 5-7 years of senior management experience. Demonstrated extensive and varied management experience with strong leadership skills having an emphasis on strategic planning, contract/lease oversight and enforcement, sponsor obligations, and community and political relations. Demonstrated experience working with elected and appointed government officials in a highly visible, and often politically sensitive, environment.

Salary & Benefits

The salary range for this position is $200,000 to $250,000. A starting salary above mid-range is possible for the exceptional candidate. For instructions on how to apply, please click here to see the recruitment brochure, or visit the searches tab at www.adkexecutivesearch.com.

Filing Deadline: October 23, 2022

How to Apply / Contact

https://adkexecutivesearch.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/09/HVN-Executive-Director.pdf

Airport Manager-SHR - Sheridan County, WY

Organization: Sheridan County, WY

Post Until: 10/7/2022

City: Sheridan

Location: Wyoming

Category: Management

Type of Position: Full-time

Education Requirement: Bachelor's

Experience Requirement: 5-10 years

Salary (Yearly): $81,973 - $115,800

Description & Details

Sheridan County, Wyoming is seeking an Airport Manager for the Sheridan County Airport (SHR). The Airport Manager is wholly responsible for planning, directing, and managing all activities of the Airport. The Manager administers the budget, directs and provides guidance to staff and ensures all physical facilities of the Airport are developed and maintained in good working order. He or she is the public face of the Airport and is responsible for the development and implementation of Airport goals, priorities and objectives, as well as policies, in concert with the Board of County Commissioners (BOCC). The Manager enforces all Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and Airport Minimum Standard rules and regulations, as well as performs Aircraft Rescue and Firefighting (ARFF) duties. He or she works with the BOCC to develop short- and long-range plans and goals and ensure those plans are integrated with those of the County. The Manager prepares grant requests for submittal to the FAA and Wyoming Department of Transportation and other funding sources.

He or she also prepares the annual budget including the capital improvements budget, passenger facility charges fund, bond repayment fund, investments of reserves, directs the forecast of additional funds and the preparation of budget adjustments as needed. The Manager negotiates and prepares lease agreements and contracts with airport tenants and recommends approval to the BOCC. He or she monitors the activities of consultants including scopes of work, cost evaluations, design and specification review. He or she also manages construction projects and inspects the work of contractors to ensure compliance with contract and project specifications. The Manager also lobbies and present airport issues to State and Federal legislators, attends and participates in staff meetings, workshops, and conferences.

The Ideal Candidate

The Airport Manager will have at least 7 or more years’ experience working at a Part 139 airport, with progressively responsible managerial and supervisory experience. Experience should include management of an airport facility similar to SHR. A 4-year degree in Aviation Management, Business or Public Administration or a related area is also desired. An equivalent combination of experience, education and training may also be considered. Possession or ability to obtain an ARFF certification per Part 139, an Emergency Medical Responder Certification and a valid State of Wyoming driver’s license upon employment is also desired.

Salary & Benefits

The starting salary range for this position is $81,973 - $115,800 with an attractive range of benefits. For instructions on how to apply, please click here to see the recruitment brochure, or visit the searches tab at www.adkexecutivesearch.com.

Filing Deadline: October 23, 2022

How to Apply / Contact

https://adkexecutivesearch.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/08/SHR-Airport-Manager.pdf

Administrative Engineer - San Francisco International Airport (SFO)

Organization: San Francisco International Airport (SFO)

Post Until: 10/7/2022

City: San Francisco

Location: California

Category: Engineering, Management

Type of Position: Full-time

Education Requirement: Bachelor's

Experience Requirement: 5-10 years

Salary (Yearly): $163,384 - $198,614

Description & Details

San Francisco International Airport (SFO) is searching for a seasoned and enthusiastic Engineering leader to perform technical and administrative engineering work in connection with a wide variety of engineering projects and programs in the Chief Development Office (CDO) division at SFO.

You will be charged with the following: interpreting, coordinating, and carrying out: existing methods and procedures relative to engineering programs and projects; making regular contacts with other departmental personnel, outside organizations and the general public, in connection with the interpretation and explanation of engineering programs and projects; and preparing a wide variety of detailed technical and administrative reports and records relating to engineering projects and programs.

Our desired candidate will have a bachelor’s degree in one of the major fields of engineering; six (6) years of progressively responsible experience in administrative, design, planning and construction of engineering projects, including two (2) years of responsible supervisory and administrative experience; or an equivalent combination of training and experience.

Do you have experience with focusing on technical and administrative functions in connection with the engineering design, construction, operation and maintenance of projects and systems? Do you have considerable knowledge of engineering methods, practices and procedures, and modern management techniques?

If you have this expertise, SFO is interested in hearing from you as we are hiring an innovative Engineer to further our integrated project delivery methods and processes in addition to bridging our project deliverables to an asset management system. We invite you to take advantage of an opportunity to utilize your skills to join our Engineering Construction Services Team at SFO as an Administrative Engineer. See official job announcement for further details. Apply today!

How to Apply / Contact

To apply, visit the City & County of San Francisco’s Employment website at: https://careers.sf.gov/l?go=ZgOrf34b

Aviation Security Analysts (9212) - San Francisco International Airport (SFO)

Organization: San Francisco International Airport (SFO)

Post Until: 9/30/2022

City: San Francisco

Location: California

Category: Misc.

Type of Position: Full-time

Education Requirement: High School/GED

Experience Requirement: 1-2 years

Salary (Yearly): $96,382- $117,130

Description & Details

San Francisco International Airport (SFO) seeks Aviation Security Analysts for our Aviation Section. This position will be instrumental in ensuring compliance with Airport and Transportation Security Regulations. As an Aviation Security Analysts, you will perform routine and special-emphasis security checks of terminal and gate boarding areas, cargo facilities, airport tenant leasehold, and perimeter fencing; respond to and investigate security incidents and access control alarms, issues admonishments for safety and security violations, ensure compliance with and enforce proper procedures, and work within the Security Operations Center (SOC) performing Closed-Circuit Television (CCTV) and access control system monitoring and surveillance. Ideal candidate will bring knowledge of CFR Part 1542, working knowledge of Closed-Circuit Television (CCTV), video analytics, security systems, and surveillance skills and the ability to work for an extended periods of time with CCTV and computer systems. See official job description for further details.

Job Requirements:

• High school diploma or equivalent (GED or High School Proficiency Examination); AND

• Two (2) years safety or security operations experience at an airport, airbase, airline, military base or an emergency communications dispatch center; AND

• Six (6) months of recent experience reflecting the ability to analyze aviation security related data and to develop recommendations in Aviation Security, including the composition of related letters, memoranda and reports; AND

• Possession of a valid California driver's license (California driver’s license and Airport driving permit must be obtained to be eligible for employment). Substitution:

• Possession of an Associate's degree from an accredited college or university (or equivalent 60 semester or 90 quarter units) may substitute for one (1) year of the required experience; OR

• Possession of a Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with a major in Aviation Management or a related field may substitute for the two (2) years of required experience.

Note: One year full-time employment is equivalent to 2000 hours (2000 hours of qualifying work experience is based on a 40 hours work week). Any overtime hours that you work above forty (40) hours per week are not included in the calculation to determine full-time employment.

Desirable Qualifications:

The stated desirable qualifications may be used to identify job finalists at the end of the selection process when candidates are referred to hiring.

• Working knowledge of CRF Part 1542.

• Working knowledge of CCTV, video analytics, security systems, and surveillance skills.

• Ability to work for extended periods of time with CCTV and computer systems.

• Excellent customer service skills

How to Apply / Contact

To apply, visit the City & County of San Francisco’s Employment website at: https://careers.sf.gov/l?go=u3PGrBdl

Project Controls Manager-OMA - Omaha Airport Authority

Organization: Omaha Airport Authority

Post Until: 10/16/2022

Date Needed: 11/15/2022

City: Omaha

Location: Nebraska

Category: Program Management

Type of Position: Full-time

Education Requirement: Bachelor's

Experience Requirement: 5-10 years

Description & Details

The Omaha Airport Authority seeks a Project Controls Manager (PCM) who will be responsible for overseeing essential elements of the Authority’s Terminal Modernization Program (TMP). The individual will be an employee of the Authority, exclusively assigned as a member of the Program Management Team (PMT). The Program Controls Manager works closely with the TMP’s Executive Program Manager in developing processes and procedures that will assist the Authority in making decisions related to the Terminal Modernization Program. The PCM is responsible for cost control, schedule management, document control, process definition, program change and budget control, DBE/SBE program management, estimating control, payment processing and reporting. He or she must have the ability to communicate and collaborate effectively with consultants and team members and experience in risk analysis, scheduling, contracts, and payments is needed.

The Ideal Candidate

The ideal candidate for this position will have a 4-year degree in construction management, architect engineering, structural engineering or a related field and extensive program management experience in an air carrier airport environment. An equivalent combination of experience and training will be considered. He or she must be a high performing, self-starter and independent worker, with a thorough and comprehensive understanding of Program Controls Management. The PCM must enjoy and be comfortable with working closely with his or her team, consultants and contractors. He or she must have strong leadership skills, be able to foster a collaborative work environment, developing, mentoring and advising team members. The PCM must have experience with a variety of platforms, including project management, document control, and scheduling. Certification as a certified cost professional or accreditation is a plus.

Salary and Benefits

This position offers a salary commensurate with experience and competitive in the market, as well as excellent benefits. For instructions on how to apply, please click here to see the recruitment brochure, or visit the searches tab at www.adkexecutivesearch.com.

Filing Deadline: October 16, 2022

How to Apply / Contact

https://adkexecutivesearch.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/08/OMA-Project-Controls-Manager.pdf

Airport Operations Technician I - Scottsdale Airport

Organization: Scottsdale Airport

Post Until: 10/10/2022

City: Scottsdale

Location: Arizona

Category: Operations

Type of Position: Full-time

Education Requirement: High School/GED

Experience Requirement: < 1 year

Salary (Hourly): $20.57 - $29.90

Description & Details

Introduction

Located in the beautiful Sonoran Desert, Scottsdale, Arizona is bordered by Phoenix to the west and the McDowell Mountains on the east. Scottsdale is annually rated among the nation's most desirable communities to live in, visit and do business in. Check out more about Scottsdale.

Please Note: Based on the needs of the City, this position has been reposted for 4 weeks; it closes Sunday, October 10, 2022. If you have already submitted an application, you do not need to reapply to be considered.

About The Position

This position inspects airport facility conditions to ensure safe, efficient airport operations and that maintenance, emergency and security functions are compatible with local, state and federal regulations.

Please Note:

Scottsdale Airport is open 24 hours 365 days a year. This position will be required to work any shift on any day of the week, including evenings, overnights, holidays and weekends. Successful candidates will receive a post-offer, pre-employment background screening to include:

-Fingerprint Search of the National FBI Database

-Criminal Background Screening

-Pre-employment Drug Screen

-Motor Vehicle Department Records Check

The City reserves the right to change this process at any time, including the right to close this posting without notice when a sufficient number of applications have been received.

Minimum Qualifications

Please Note:

Based on the needs of the City, those whose qualifications meet the Preferred requirements will be given first review.

Education and Experience

Any combination of airport operations training and experience that demonstrates the ability to perform the essential functions of the position, including customer service experience, airfield security inspections, responding to airfield incidents/accidents, issuing Notice To Air Missions (NOTAM's), general building maintenance duties and communicating with Air Traffic Control (ATC) tower personnel that demonstrates the ability to perform the essential functions of the position. Preferred: American Association of Airport Executives (AAAE) or Airport Certified Employee (ACE) - Operations certification and/or 60 credit hours towards a degree in aviation/airport management.

Licensing, Certifications and Other Requirements

Must possess and maintain a valid, unrestricted driver's license with no major citations within the past 39 months prior to the start date. The Arizona Department of Motor Vehicles requires that out-of-state driver's licenses must be surrendered within 10 days of relocating to the State of Arizona.

Every person employed by the City of Scottsdale shall reside in the State of Arizona during his or her active employment by the City, regardless of whether the employee is approved to remote work.

Other pertinent licenses and/or certifications may be required of some positions depending on division/service assignment.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

-Basic airport operations and local, state and federal airport rules and regulations.

-The methods, tools, materials and practices used in general maintenance/construction techniques.

-Microsoft Office products and other relevant technologies.

Ability to:

-Read, understand, enforce and explain City and Federal Airport Aviation (FAA) policies and procedures.

-Learn job related material primarily through on the job training, oral instruction, observations and reading.

-Identify, communicate, enforce and resolve potential and unsafe airfield conditions, both land side and air side.

-Follow oral and written instructions without constant supervision.

-Complete and maintain detailed logs and incident reports with clearly organized thoughts using proper sentence structure, punctuation and grammar.

-Prioritize and respond to multiple problem situations.

-Communicate, establish and maintain effective working relationships with City staff, tenants, airport users, FAA staff and the general public.

-Complete OSHA/Safety training as required.

-Perform other duties as assigned.

Essential Functions:

-Inspects airport facilities on foot, in motor vehicle, or by using the airfield closed circuit television system; reports deficiencies, corrects and/or initiates follow up corrective action.

-Acts as an overnight security presence; monitors and records late night aircraft activity, inventory, and record based and transient aircraft.

-Maintains detailed written daily operations log/shift summary of inspections, incident reports and aircraft activity reports. Makes numerous database entries into the aviation database regarding inspections, incidents, landing fees, etc.

-Communicates face to face and by radio with airport users including tenants, general public, tower personnel, co-workers and emergency agencies on airport safety procedures and regulations.

-Responds to airfield incidents/accidents.

-Initiates and coordinates after-hours emergency plan.

-Enforces airfield rules and regulations; investigates and follows up on complaints; issues notices of violation.

-Enforces noise abatement policies and procedures.

-Processes noise complaints.

-Performs minor maintenance duties in support of the operations/maintenance unit requiring operating equipment and performing manual labor.

Work Environment/Physical Demands:

-Inspect airport facilities on foot, in motor vehicle, or viewing monitors.

-Drive a motorized cart or vehicle to inspect and secure airport grounds, perform minor maintenance duties and respond to airfield incidents/accidents.

-Lift and carry materials weighing up to 50 pounds.

-Exposure to darkness, dust, grease, noise, inclement weather, temperature extremes and unpleasant odors.

-Work days, evenings, nights, weekends, mandatory overtime and holidays.

EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY: It is the policy of the city to provide employment opportunities to all persons based solely on ability, regardless of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity or disability.

When advised, reasonable accommodations will be made in order for an "otherwise qualified applicant" with a disability to participate in any phase of the recruitment process. Please contact Human Resources to request an accommodation. Persons with a disability may request a reasonable accommodation by contacting HR Receptionist at (480) 312-2491. Requests should be made 24 hours in advance or as early as possible to allow time to arrange the accommodation. For TTY users, the Arizona Relay Service (1-800-367-8939) may contact HR Receptionist at (480) 312-2491.

This position description does not constitute an employment agreement between the employer and employee and is subject to change by the employer as the needs of the employer and requirements of the position change.

Agency

City of Scottsdale

Address

9191 E. San Salvador Dr.

Scottsdale, Arizona, 85258

Phone

(480) 312-7230

Website

http://www.scottsdaleaz.gov

How to Apply / Contact

https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/scottsdaleaz

Head of Design Review - Ferrovial with The New Terminal One

Organization: Ferrovial with The New Terminal One

Post Until: 10/09/2022

Date Needed: 11/15/2022

City: New York

Location: New York

Category: Design

Type of Position: Full-time

Education Requirement: Bachelor's

Experience Requirement: 5-10 years

Salary: Market Competitive

Description & Details

Ferrovial is seeking a Head of Design Review. The Head of Design Review is a highly responsible position, charged with developing support services and assisting the MSA Director in the development, construction, and operation of the New Terminal One (NTO) project at JFK International Airport. He or she proposes initiatives during the design phase of the project that will support efficiencies and ensures the design reflects the requirements of the project’s different stakeholders. The Head of Design Review works closely with the PMO and terminal design team to develop the tenant design criteria manual and the change order process. He or she provides reports and advice on operational and technical sustainability best practices, as well as advises the MSA Director on strategies to monitor and optimize asset maintenance, compliance and sustainability.

Position Requirements

The Head of Design Review will have a 4-year degree from an accredited college or university or equivalent. A master’s in business administration (MBA) is a plus, along with several years of relevant experience in managerial roles within the airports/ airline/ aviation industry. The candidate will work in the New York City metropolitan area and may travel on occasion. Spanish fluency is a plus.

The Head of Design Review must possess demonstrable leadership and organization skills. He or she also must be able to work independently, with the ability to assess situations and propose solutions and improvements. The Head of Design Review must have experience in leading and motivating diverse teams, while participating in work efforts. He or she must be able to review activity forecasts and provide input and comments to the terminal design team. The Manager must have the skills and experience necessary to ensure the design needs of all stakeholders, including Port Authority, airlines, airport tenants and users are considered and incorporated into the design to the extent possible.

Salary & Compensation

This position offers market competitive salary with short- and long-term incentive opportunities. For instructions on how to apply, please click here to see the recruitment brochure, or visit the searches tab at www.adkexecutivesearch.com.

Posting closes October 9, 2022.

How to Apply / Contact

https://adkexecutivesearch.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/08/Ferrovial-MSA-Design-Review-Manager.pdf

Asst Manager of Operations & Maintenance - Melbourne Airport Authority

Organization: Melbourne Airport Authority

Post Until: 10/09/2022

Date Needed: 11/15/2022

City: Melbourne

Location: Florida

Category: Operations

Type of Position: Full-time

Education Requirement: Bachelor's

Experience Requirement: 5-10 years

Salary: $71,956 - $120,166, Yearly

Description & Details

The Melbourne Airport Authority is seeking an Assistant Director of Operations & Maintenance for the Melbourne Orlando International Airport (MLB). This recently elevated position of Assistant Director of Operations and Maintenance is a member of the executive team for MLB. He or she works closely with the Director of Operations & Maintenance as well as with all other airport departments to accomplish the Airport’s mission, goals, and objectives. The successful candidate will have well developed skills in leveraging the operational knowledge of key team members to ensure the Airport is safe, clean, operates efficiently and is always in serviceable condition. The Assistant Director is responsible for the day-to-day activities of Operations and Maintenance personnel and contractors. He or she directs the Airport’s daily FAA compliance requirement activities as well as those associated with the annual FAA 139 inspection process. An important part of the Assistant Director’s position is assisting Airport staff during emergencies. This includes aircraft or vehicle accidents, inclement weather conditions, fuel spills and other emergencies.

The ideal candidate:

The Ideal Candidate will be a proven leader eager to broaden his or her operational skill set at a growing commercial service airport. A 4-year degree in Aviation Management or a related area of study and 5 years’ experience in airport operations or an equivalent combination of experience and training at a commercial FAA Part 139 certified airport is required. At least 5 years’ leadership experience is desired. Excellent written and oral communication skills are also desired.

The Ideal Candidate will have experience interacting with government agencies such as the FAA, TSA, CBP, or Florida DOT. The Candidate will have experience interacting with stakeholders and the community at large, especially on sensitive issues such as airport noise. He or she will also have experience in wildlife management, including assessments, inspections and training. The Candidate must have knowledge of FAA regulations, as well as FAA Advisory Circular series 150 and have knowledge of OSHA workplace safety regulations and rules. He or she must have knowledge of or be able to learn local and State building codes and fire safety codes including IFSTA and NFPA codes. He or she must be able to read and interpret technical drawings, schematics, blueprints, and technical manuals. The Candidate must be able to work in a variety of weather conditions, including very hot and humid conditions, and either during the day or at night.

Salary and Benefits

The salary range for this position is $71,956 - $120,166. A starting salary above the mid-point is achievable for the exceptional candidate and will be dependent upon experience. MLB offers an attractive benefits package and will assist with relocation costs. For instructions on how to apply, please click here to see the recruitment brochure, or visit the searches tab at www.adkexecutivesearch.com.

Posting closes October 9, 2022.

How to Apply / Contact

https://adkexecutivesearch.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/07/MLB-Assistant-Director-of-Operations-Maintenance.pdf

Manager of Marketing-MLB - Melbourne Airport Authority

Organization: Melbourne Airport Authority

Post Until: 10/2/2022

Date Needed: 10/31/2022

City: Melbourne

Location: Florida

Category: Marketing

Type of Position: Full-time

Education Requirement: Bachelor's

Experience Requirement: 3-5 years

Salary (Yearly): $51,631 - $85,708

Description & Details

The Melbourne Airport Authority is seeking a Manager of Marketing to be responsible for creating, managing and delivering all marketing, branding, advertising and promotional activities in support of the Melbourne Orlando International Airport (MLB). In addition to being highly responsible, it is also a highly visible position, representing MLB to local, state and federal agencies as well as community partners such as tourism organizations. The Manager works under the direction of the Assistant Director of Business Development, and supports and collaborates with the Public Information Officer, supporting media relations and community affairs activities, crisis communication, grant writing, and ongoing and special events.

The Manager administers airport marketing and advertising activities including social media, digital signage, email, print, TV and radio marketing. He or she creates website content including blogs, updates and site design. The Manager coordinates marketing activities with advertising partners and media buyers. He or she manages the Airport Ambassador program, including work scheduling, flight coverage and development of programs, providing guidance and developing training activities. The Manager helps develop and manage the departmental budget and designs, orders and maintains an inventory of marketing materials such promotional items, stationery and business cards.

The ideal candidate will have:

The Manager of Marketing will have a 4-year degree in marketing, communications and/or public relations and 3 years’ experience in marketing, communications or community relations, preferably in an airport environment. A combination of experience and education may be accepted. The Ideal Candidate will have crisis management experience and excellent communication skills, both oral and writing. He or she will have knowledge of the principles and practices of design and marketing as related to public information, community outreach, and customer relations programs. The Manager will have knowledge of industry (aviation, public affairs, marketing) trends and media practices. He or she will be an effective public speaker and be able to earn public support for Airport policies and activities. The Manager will have the ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships, both internal and external, and to work cooperatively with Airport employees. He or she will be able to quickly learn Airport Authority policies and procedures, as well as Federal, state and local rules, policies, regulations and laws impacting Airport operations, and be able to explain those regulations and laws to others. Knowledge of the principles and practices of public administration, including budgeting and the function(s) of public boards will be helpful.

Salary and Benefits

The salary range for this position is $51,631 - $85,708. A starting salary above the mid-point is achievable for the exceptional candidate and will be dependent upon experience. MLB offers an attractive benefits package and will assist with relocation costs. For instructions on how to apply, please click here to see the recruitment brochure, or visit the searches tab at www.adkexecutivesearch.com.

Posting closes October 2, 2022.

How to Apply / Contact

https://adkexecutivesearch.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/08/MLB-Manager-of-Marketing.pdf

Airport Operations Manager - King County, Seattle

Organization: King County, Seattle

Post Until: 10/2/2022

Date Needed: 10/31/2022

City: Seattle

Location: Washington

Category: Operations

Type of Position: Full-time

Education Requirement: Bachelor's

Experience Requirement: 3-5 years

Salary (Yearly): $104,688 - $132,699

Description & Details

King County, Seattle is seeking an Airport Operations Manager for King County International Airport – Boeing Field (BFI). The Airport Operations Manager is a member of the Airport Leadership team and is the Airport’s point person for maintaining the Airport’s compliance with the Federal Aviation Administration’s FAR Part 139 regulation and its associated programs including training. This position manages the Airport in the absence of the Airport Director and Deputy Director and is responsible for keeping the Airport operational 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, through subordinate staff. This includes the Airport’s passenger terminal, ramps and gates, and other Airport facilities. The Operations Manager responds to emergencies and coordinates required responses and notifications.

The Ideal Candidate:

The Ideal Candidate for this position will:

• Have a strong background in airport operations including fiscal management, technical airport operations, maintenance and procedures, and administrative and field operations.

• Be a champion for Equity & Social Justice. Understands that systematic racism and its long-term effects are pervasive in our society. Are comfortable having candid and sincere conversations with all employees and key interested parties about race and equity in our work.

• Bring a background in directing and providing leadership to a unionized, and multi-faceted airport organization, including working collaboratively at all levels.

• Have an exceptional record of successfully managing, developing, and/or implementing strategic initiatives, policies, and systems to achieve these outcomes.

• Be customer-focused and comfortable advising and partnering with senior management about complex initiatives, polices, and issues.

• Have strategies and ideas to continue to build on a culture of employee engagement which supports the development, learning, coaching, and team building necessary for the workforce of the future.

• Be a Champion of LEAN processes and standard work.

• Be able to persevere and adapt as required, while working in a multi-faceted and sometimes ambiguous environment.

• Have any combination of education and experience to be considered.

Salary & Compensation

The salary for this position is $104,688 - $132,699 annually (Range 68) and includes innovative and award-winning employer-paid medical, dental, and vision insurance, as well as a robust leave package. For instructions on how to apply, please click here to see the recruitment brochure, or visit the searches tab at www.adkexecutivesearch.com.

Filing Deadline: October 2, 2022

How to Apply / Contact

https://adkexecutivesearch.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/07/BFI-Airport-Operations-Manager-1.pdf

Director of General Aviation-TYS - The Metropolitan Knoxville Airport Authority

Organization: The Metropolitan Knoxville Airport Authority

Post Until: 10/02/2022

Date Needed: 10/31/2022

City: Knoxville

Location: Tennessee

Category: Management

Type of Position: Full-time

Education Requirement: Bachelor's

Experience Requirement: 5-10 years

Salary (Yearly): $105,292 – $136,879

Description & Details

The Metropolitan Knoxville Airport Authority (MKAA) is seeking a Director of General Aviation. MKAA operates McGhee Tyson Airport (TYS) and Downtown Island Airport (DKX). The Director of General Aviation for the Metropolitan Knoxville Airport Authority manages all functions of general aviation facilities, programs, and issues for the Airport Authority. He or she directs, manages, and supervises MKAA’s general aviation airport, Downtown Island Airport (DKX), including airfield activities and Fixed Base Operator (FBO) services. As general manager of DKX, the Director makes financial and operating decisions, maintains a safe and secure airport environment at DKX, plans for operations, directs DKX Airport staff, and maintains effective public relations with DKX airport customers and the community. He or she ensures compliance with all Authority policies and procedures as well as FAA and State regulations. The Director also serves as the Authority’s liaison to general aviation service providers and tenants at McGhee Tyson (TYS) Airport, including the contracted FBO, aircraft maintenance operations, air cargo, and aerospace industry tenants. He or she facilitates hosting of general aviation programs and events at both DKX and TYS. The Director interacts with other Authority staff for the planning and development of general aviation related facilities.

The Ideal Candidate

The ideal candidate for this position will have 4-year degree in business administration or aviation management. He or she will also have at least 7 to 9 years’ experience in airport operations or fixed base operator (FBO) services at the managerial level. An equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered. The candidate must have knowledge of issues, regulations and policies associated with airport operations, including knowledge FAA Advisory Circulars and Orders and grant assurances, environmental and engineering regulations, staffing models, cost accounting, elasticity of demand, aviation fuel demand, and risk management. He or she must be able to communicate effectively, orally and in writing; must also have good customer service and presentation skills; experience in leadership and management, including time management; and be able to exercise independent decision-making and professionalism.

Salary & Benefits

The salary range for this position is $105,292 – $136,879. MKAA offers a very competitive benefit package for this position including medical/dental benefits, disability/life insurance, a 401(a) retirement program and relocation assistance. Final salary offer will be dependent upon experience. For instructions on how to apply, please click here to see the recruitment brochure, or visit the Current Projects page www.adkexecutivesearch.com.

Filing Deadline: October 2, 2022

How to Apply / Contact

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Director of Planning-TYS - The Metropolitan Knoxville Airport Authority

Organization: The Metropolitan Knoxville Airport Authority

Post Until: 10/02/2022

Date Needed: 10/31/2022

City: Knoxville

Location: Tennessee

Category: Engineering, Planning

Type of Position: Full-time

Education Requirement: Bachelor's

Experience Requirement: 5-10 years

Salary (Yearly): $105,292 – $136,879

Description & Details

The Metropolitan Knoxville Airport Authority (MKAA) is seeking a Director of Planning. MKAA operates McGhee Tyson Airport (TYS) and Downtown Island Airport (DKX). The Director of Planning is responsible for directing all aspects of airport planning and program activities management for current and future transportation needs. He or she must be a leader with proficiency in conceptual planning and project development for air carrier and general aviation airports alike. He or she works closely with leadership and other departments on multiple planning projects. This includes working with consultants, planners and developers. The Director demonstrates strong project management skills overseeing multiple planning and development projects or programs on behalf of the MKAA. The Director leads workshops and presentations for the Board and other public agencies. Importantly, the Director manages the complex, multi-level Airport capital improvement program and serves as the primary point of contact for the program.

The Ideal Candidate

The Director of Planning will have a 4-year degree in planning, engineering, architecture, or project management, with at least 7 to 9 years’ experience in project management, 7 years working in an airport environment, and experience in professional planning and airport development. The Ideal Candidate will also have a project management certification. The Director must have knowledge of airport and project management; planning and development; modern office equipment and software associated with planning; and Federal and State airport and an understanding of aviation funding resources. He or she must be able to effectively communicate, orally and in writing. The Director must establish and maintain effective working relationships, be able to lead cross functional teams, including guiding and influencing consultants, and be able to provide a bridge between planning and construction.

Salary & Benefits

The salary range for this position is $105,292 – $136,879. MKAA offers a very competitive benefit package for this position including medical/dental benefits, disability/life insurance, a 401(a) retirement program and relocation assistance. Final salary offer will be dependent upon experience. For instructions on how to apply, please click here to see the recruitment brochure, or visit the Current Projects page www.adkexecutivesearch.com.

Filing Deadline: October 2, 2022

How to Apply / Contact

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Facilities HVAC Technician IV - Reno-Tahoe Airport Authority

Organization: Reno-Tahoe Airport Authority

Post Until: 09/30/2022

Date Needed: 10/31/2022

City: Reno

Location: Nevada

Category: Building Facilities and Maintenance

Type of Position: Full-time

Education Needed: High School/GED

Experience Requirement: 3-5 years

Salary (Hourly): $30.81 - 36.20

Description & Details

Tired of too much dashboard time? Want a little bit more variety in your daily work? Want to work in a unique, one-of-a-kind environment in our region? Want to the opportunity to learn and grow? The Reno-Tahoe Airport Authority (RTAA) is currently recruiting candidates with journey-level experience in the maintenance and repair of commercial heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration systems to join the Building Maintenance and Services team! The RTAA offers a positive, professional work environment that values teamwork, honesty, respect, recognition, integrity, innovation, versatility, and excellence. If this sounds like an environment in which you would THRIVE, the RTAA is a wonderful place to make a career.

This position is day shift, days of will be determined.

At the RTAA, the Building Maintenance and Services Division is a key member of the Facilities and Maintenance Department. Facilities HVAC Technician IVs report to a Facilities Supervisor. and are responsible for the installation, inspection, maintenance, diagnosis, troubleshooting and repair of a variety of commercial/industrial air conditioning, heating and ventilation equipment, and auxiliary equipment, including air conditioners, refrigeration units, computer-controlled energy systems, boilers, circulation pumps, absorption units, cooling towers and other commercial/industrial HVAC equipment and systems for RTAA buildings and facilities.

RTAA Facilities HVAC Technician IVs are also part of our larger RTAA customer service team. This team is dedicated to helping provide the public with a pleasant and safe experience while traveling through the Reno-Tahoe International Airport. All of RTAA's Facilities HVAC Technician IVs are expected to approach their work with a positive, helpful, customer service mindset.

The nature of the work requires a strong understanding of commercial HVAC systems, equipment, and equipment, standard safety practices of the HVAC trade, and the ability to perform a full range of skilled HVAC maintenance and repair duties under minimal supervision.

This position qualifies for a $1000 recruitment bonus paid in three installments at 3 months ($250) six months ($250), and one year ($500). Key Accountabilities:

Perform skilled, journey-level mechanical maintenance and repair work in conjunction with the installation, repair and alteration of air handlers, package units, air drying refrigeration units, computer control energy systems, pneumatic controls, boilers, circulation pumps, cooling towers and other commercial/industrial HVAC equipment and systems.

Maintain HVAC equipment and systems by inspecting, cleaning, troubleshooting, and repairing to component level. Replace: compressors, motors, belts, filters, fuses overloads and pressure activated controls. Must be proficient in brazing and soldering, 3 phase and single-phase controls, rewire or modify systems as necessary to ensure efficient operations.

Maintain manual and computerized records, inspect mechanical systems, buildings, and equipment to locate repairs and maintenance.

Operate computerized energy management systems by setting time schedules, heat/cool settings, VFD settings and pump operation to ensure that building environments remain comfortable, and systems operate in a cost-efficient manner.

Assist fellow technicians and maintenance workers in a broad scope of Airport repairs.

Repair and maintain refrigeration units by inspecting, diagnosing, and troubleshooting equipment, including electric motors, air circulation fans and blowers, Programmable Logic Controllers, condensing units, evaporators, and expansion valves in order to keep systems functioning.

Receive work orders; confer with supervisors to determine work priorities and exact specifications of work requested.

Estimate supplies, materials, and costs of repair projects; requisition necessary materials, parts, supplies, tools, and equipment to ensure that RTAA systems are maintained, and repairs performed in a timely manner.

Monitor and test chemical conditions in open and closed loops and cooling towers correcting improper levels by adjusting controllers or adding treatment chemicals.

Read and interpret blueprints and schematics; maintain records of work performed, inventory of materials, supplies, tools, and equipment; prepare and submit reports.

Operate a variety of hand and power tools and equipment necessary in the performance of assigned duties including refrigerant recovery equipment, vacuum pump, voltmeter/amp, ohm meter, manifold gauges, gas brazing and soldering equipment.

Check buildings and equipment to locate needed repairs and maintenance; reports unsafe conditions to supervisors.

Participate in snow removal by keeping the landside roads, parking areas, ramps and walkways clear through the use of snowplows, sweepers, blowers, and hand shovels.

The Physical Demands of the Work May Include:

Sufficient dexterity to enable regular use of hands and fingers to operate various types of HVAC tools and equipment.

The ability to accurately identify color-coded cables and wires, in variable lighting conditions.

The ability to stand, walk, kneel, crouch down, stoop, crawl, twist, and climb.

The ability to perform light to strenuous physical/manual labor as required.

The ability to use safe lifting techniques to routinely lift/carry/push/pull 25-pound objects and occasionally lift and move objects weighing up to 75 pounds.

The Working Conditions May Include:

Performing work under various environmental conditions (within both climate-controlled and non-climate-controlled environments) involving exposure to cold, heat, and inclement weather.

Performing work at heights and/or within confined/cramped spaces.

Performing work around moderate to high noise levels, vibrations, chemicals, dust, flammable materials, construction materials, mechanical equipment, and electrical hazards.

Incumbents shall be expected to wear appropriate (PPE) personal protective safety equipment including safety shoes, glasses/goggles, ear plugs, gloves and other safety gear as needed.

Salary: $30.81 - $36.20 per hour. Initial salary placement will be based upon experience and qualifications. This is an hourly and overtime eligible position.

Benefits: The RTAA offers a competitive wage and benefit package and provides a high-quality work-life balance. Employee benefits include 100% employer paid contributions to the Nevada PERS retirement program; 100% employer paid health insurance for the employee; paid vacation and sick leave; 14 paid holidays per year; and tuition reimbursement - just to name a few! Check out the benefits tab at the top of this announcement to learn more about the robust benefits package.

Qualifications

Minimum Qualifications:

Required Education: Graduation from high school or equivalent, and completion of a recognized HVAC vocational program; OR equivalent combination of experience and training may be considered.

Required Experience: Three (3) years of journey-level HVAC experience in an industrial/commercial environment. This must include hydronic heating and cooling systems, boilers, circulation pumps, package air conditioning units, gas fired heating units and related commercial/ industrial plant maintenance and building control/automation system experience.

Required Licenses: A valid Driver's License is required at the time of application.

Required Certification: A valid CFC certification is required at the time of application.

Selection Procedure

How To Apply:

In order to be considered, applicants must fully complete the official online RTAA Employment Application. Qualified individuals are encouraged to apply immediately. Recruitment will close without notice when a sufficient number of applications are received, or a hiring decision has been made. Application for RTAA job are only accepted through an online process. For more information about this opportunity and to apply, visit: www.governmentjobs.com/careers/renoairport.

The RTAA Employment Application is the primary screening tool to determine an applicant's qualifications. A resume may be submitted in addition to, but not in lieu of, completing the RTAA Employment Application. While you may submit a resume, it is supplemental and will not be used to determine whether or not you have met the minimum qualifications. All work experience, education, training and other information substantiating how you meet the minimum qualifications must be included on your RTAA Employment Application.

We strongly encourage applicants to review our online application instructions, available at the top of the RTAA Career webpage, before submitting the application to help ensure it has been completed in a manner consistent with our requirements as failure to complete the application as required will result in your application being disqualified from further consideration. Below is a summary of our requirements:

Completed all sections on the RTAA Employment Application.

Provided detailed information to address how you meet and/or exceed minimum qualifications for the position.

Provided a minimum of five (5) years of employment history.

Explained any gaps in employment of six (6) months or more within the "Work History" section. To explain gaps, add a new employer, write what was occurring under the "Name of Employer" (e.g., unemployed, student, etc.), and list dates. Please note, a statement in the "Reason for Leaving Section" is not sufficient to address gaps in employment.

If you had more than one (1) position with the same employer, separately list each position and the time you were in that position.

Attached copies of required certification(s).

Questions about the application, recruitment, and/or selection process, the physical demands of the position, or requests for a reasonable accommodation, should be addressed to the RTAA People Operations Office at (775) 328-6450 or people@renoairport.com.

Selection Procedure:

Review of Application: After submission, the application will be reviewed to determine if it is complete and if minimum qualifications are met. It is essential that applications include detailed information regarding education and experience to enable evaluation of the application. Only applicants found to meet minimum qualifications will be invited to a Physical Agility Test.

Physical Agility Test: Candidates must successfully pass all parts of the physical agility test to be considered for an interview. For more information about the physical agility test, visit: www.governmentjobs.com/careers/renoairport.

Personal History Questionnaire: If an applicant successfully completes the Physical Agility Test, the applicant will be invited to complete the Johnson & Roberts Personal History Questionnaire (PHQ) on-line. Applicants must complete the PHQ in order to be eligible for further consideration.

Interview Process: Only the most highly qualified applicants will be invited for an interview. The interview may include an initial panel interview, followed by subsequent assessment exercises to demonstrate the ability to perform job-related tasks and/or employment interviews with other RTAA personnel.

Pre-Employment Requirements: The RTAA requires each candidate to successfully complete an employment history verification and background check prior to being considered for employment. All employment offers are subject to successful completion and passing of a post-offer polygraph examination, a medical examination that includes a screening for illegal drugs, a psychological examination, a fingerprint criminal history records check, and an Airport Security Badging test.

The Reno-Tahoe Airport Authority welcomes, values and respects diversity and inclusiveness practices that honor the fundamental value and dignity of all individuals. The Reno-Tahoe Airport Authority is an equal opportunity employer and maintains a drug-free workplace.

Our Values

THRIVE is the acronym for the Reno-Tahoe Airport Authority’s values that were developed by our employees and adopted, supported and modeled by our Executive Leadership Team and our CEO. The value each letter represents is described below:

Teamwork for Results. Teamwork is the foundation of any successful organization. In the working world, teamwork means we need to be able to trust one another in order to perform at the highest level and achieve the greatest results – regardless of what we are working on. This means that everyone on the team is empowered to do their best work, knowing that support is there when needed and also that they have the autonomy to use their best judgment in any given situation.

Teamwork for Results means:

When partnerships are formed to complete a task or project, all parties are committed to the success of the whole.

We are successful by communicating and trusting each other.

At all times, we know what’s important and what we are working toward.

Knowing the goal, we keep our eyes on the prize and measure our progress continually.

Individual actions are considered in light of how they support the whole.

Working hard and having fun can be achieved simultaneously.

Honesty & Integrity are the first cousins of Trust. When we operate from a position of honesty and integrity, all of our interactions are more effective because we are working on an even playing field. We trust that our words and actions are spoken and performed with good intentions for the individual as well as the organization. When we do the right things for the right reasons, everyone benefits.

Honesty and Integrity thrive in an environment where:

We keep our promises and our actions are guided by honesty and fairness.

It is up to each and every person to do the right thing, even when no one is watching.

All employees are enabled to communicate their opinions and ideas honestly and directly.

We all take ownership of the things for which we are responsible.

Respect & Recognition are both given and received. In a respectful environment, communication is open and courteous regardless of the subject matter or circumstance because every person who works here is of critical importance to the mission. We also recognize and celebrate the good things we do, both individually and as a team.

In this environment:

It’s a two-way street: recognition and appreciation are given freely at all levels.

We pay attention to the good that we do, and speak up to offer praise.

Everyone’s viewpoint matters; we ask for and listen to feedback in order to continually improve.

We value the contribution of each individual.

We seek to understand other viewpoints before arriving at decisions.

We all have the capacity to Inspire & Innovate. With our respective talents and passions, every time we interact with another person each individual can start the ripple effect that moves through the organization, igniting each of us with the remembrance that we do important work, and we impact the lives of our co-workers and our community on a daily basis. With this in mind, we recognize that we are all actively participating in the success of the organization, and we freely share breakthroughs and great ideas.

In order to inspire & innovate, we keep in mind that:

Innovation happens at all levels: we all have the capacity to come up with the next great thing. There’s almost always room for improvement. “The way we have always done it” may not be the best or most efficient way to move forward.

Making a commitment to behave with pride and loyalty regardless of the task at hand is always the best option.

Our individual actions, however small, impact the morale of our team, our division, our department, and our organization.

Everyone has great ideas, and it’s up to each of us to make sure we tell someone when we come up with something that will benefit the organization.

Failure is the occasional outcome of good intentions. We will use failures to learn.

Versatility in an organization our size, agility is key. While clear direction is important, so too is the ability to be flexible in the way we approach tasks, challenges, and opportunities. There is rarely only one way to do something, and we may need to explore various options in order to achieve the greatest success.

Our versatility means that we:

Utilize both internal and external resources.

Adapt to changing conditions in order to remain successful.

Recognize that the place we hold in our region is an important one, and therefore we are able to balance the needs of the organization with the needs of the greater community.

Find the “win-win” ensures that we can shift our focus as needed.

Enthusiasm for Excellence. A positive attitude can really take you places. By choosing to bring an enthusiasm for excellence to every task we undertake, we recognize the value of our work and our relationships as well as the importance of being the best at what we do.

Enthusiasm for Excellence generates:

A deep appreciation for the team that we have created at the RTAA.

A collaborative environment, where each person’s contribution truly matters.

A spirit of continuous improvement where we all recognize that our best efforts lie in the next opportunity.

An appreciation for diversity of thought to help us all to generate new ideas and better ways of doing things.

A commitment to setting the bar high and to creating standards that others in our industry want to duplicate.

How to Apply / Contact

Review of Application: After submission, the application will be reviewed to determine if it is complete and if minimum qualifications are met. For those candidates found to meet/exceed the minimum qualifications, the next step of the process will be an application evaluation. It is essential that applications include detailed information regarding their experience, education, training, and/or other information substantiating how they meet/exceed the minimum qualifications to enable an evaluation, as only the information contained in the application will be considered. Not all applicants who meet the minimum qualifications will be invited to participate in the interview process.

Interview Process: Based on the application evaluation process, only the most qualified applicants will be considered for an interview. The interview process may include panel interviews to demonstrate job-related knowledge and/or human relations skills; practical exercises or assessments (oral or written) to demonstrate the ability to perform job-related tasks; employment interviews with other RTAA personnel; or any combination thereof.

Pre-Employment Requirements: The RTAA requires each candidate to successfully complete reference checks and employment history verification prior to being considered for employment. All employment offers are subject to successful completion/passing of a drug-screening test, a fingerprint criminal history records check, and an Airport Security Badging test.

The Reno-Tahoe Airport Authority welcomes, values and respects diversity and inclusiveness practices that honor the fundamental value and dignity of all individuals.

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Santa Rosa, CA

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