Career and Internship Center

NYAMA is pleased to launch a Career and Internship website platform as a new, free membership benefit for aviation professionals to share current job openings and internship opportunities! Whether you’re ready to make your next career move or searching for your next great hire, NYAMA wants to help. We encourage you to leverage your membership in our association to precisely target talent and/or job opportunities.

EMPLOYERS

NYAMA Members: Submit your employment and internship opportunities to [email protected]; there is no charge.

Non NYAMA Members: If you are not a NYAMA member and wish to submit, please click here to complete an online payment submission form before sending your information to NYAMA.  Once you have paid, you can email your submission to [email protected].

  • Employment opportunities should be sent as a PDF highlighting the importance details about the position and the requirements for applying. 
  • Internship opportunities can be shared as a link to the current platform that your airport or business is using to promote your current internship opportunities, or as a PDF highlighting open internships, including pertinent information about your airport or business.

JOB SEEKERS AND STUDENTS

If you’re tired of searching through hundreds of random job postings to find your next opportunity, fret no more: Your search is about to become a whole lot easier! Find targeted opportunities in your industry within the state of New York. 

NYAMA's mission is to promote the viability and business interests of New York State's airports, which are the centerpiece of aviation services and drivers of economic development. Through advocacy, education, communications and business services, NYAMA supports New York's airports and the businesses and communities that rely upon them. 


NEW YORK AVIATION STUDENTS

Students enrolled at a degree granting institution during the current year are eligible for free membership rates under the Association Partner membership category.  

Student Members to complete the 2023 NYAMA Membership Application and select the association partner option for your complimentary membership to NYAMA.

If you should have any questions regarding membership please contact NYAMA at [email protected] or 518-687-2241.  Thank you!


CURRENT PROFESSIONAL OPENINGS: 

 
Organization: The Gallatin Airport Authority 
Position: Invites Applications for an Enterprise Director of Planning
Qualifications: The Broward County Aviation Department seeks an Enterprise Director of Planning (EDP) who will be responsible for the
administration
and direction of planning activities for the Aviation Department which operates Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood
International Airport (FLL) and
North Perry Airport (HWO). The EDP will administer all planning activities, develop, and implement the
airports’ master plans, and develop
long-range plans, Airport Layout Plans (ALP), and related Capital Improvement Plan (CIP). The
position manages a total staff of approximately
11 individuals, which includes the Environmental Program Manager and staff; the
GIS Program Manager and staff; and the Planning Administrator
and staff. The EDP administers the Broward County Aviation
Department programs for the development, implementation, and promotion of short
and long-range strategic plans, capital
improvements programming and implementation, economic impact analysis, grant writing and
administration, and federal
and state legislative efforts.

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Organization: The Gallatin Airport Authority 
Position: Invites Applications For Director of Maintenance

Qualifications: The Gallatin Airport Authority is seeking a Director of Maintenance who will be responsible for directing and overseeing the maintenance function for Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport (BZN). In this role, you will be a member of the senior management team, accountable for the safe, efficient and reliable operation of all airport related facilities and systems including: automated airport systems and equipment; mechanical; electrical; electronics; plumbing; aircraft boarding bridges; security/ access control; fire detection and protection; baggage handling systems; people mover and conveyance systems; HVAC systems; building, grounds, airfield, and fleet maintenance inclusive of all airport authority owned vehicles and heavy equipment; preventative maintenance program; all contract maintenance agreements with various service providers including elevator and escalator and automated people mover operations and maintenance; and snow and ice control.

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Organization: Connecticut Airport Authority
Invites Applications
Position: For Director of Finance 
Qualifications: The Connecticut Airport Authority is seeking a Director of Finance. As a member of the senior management team, the Director of Finance is responsible for all facets of finance activities including planning, implementing and directing accounting policies and procedures, goal setting, and training, identifying and implementing best practices, and managing Accounting and Finance staff.

In this role, you will direct general accounting activities including account reconciliation, purchase order and accounts payable processing, fixed asset accounting, construction job costs and revenue accounting. The Director guides the preparation of the annual budget, including development and calculation of airline rates and charges, variance analysis and forecast development. The Director of Finance is a working position responsible for training and managing a staff of 10-12 individuals. You will be responsible for the Airport Authority’s debt portfolio including debt service funding, compliance and disclosure requirements, new debt issuance and credit rating agency reviews. The Director guides all cash management and investment activities and is responsible for ensuring the Authority’s compliance with GAAP/GASB, CAA and state accounting policies.

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Organization: Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority
Position: General Manager, Niagara Falls International Airport
Qualifications: 
This position has overall responsibility for administrative, technical, and supervisory work in the terminal and airfield operations of the Niagara Falls International Airport.  An employee in this classification performs a variety of important duties in developing and carrying out programs, including the exercise of independent judgment, when necessary, in the establishment, interpretation, application and enforcement of airport regulations, policies, security and procedures to ensure effective passenger, cargo, general aviation and public services. Work is performed under the general direction of the Aviation Director or Deputy Director, Aviation but reports directly to the Aviation Director.  Assignments and instructions are received orally or in written form from the Aviation Director or Deputy Director and work performance is reviewed through personal consultation, written reports and observation of results obtained.
Organization: Office of Airports (ARP), New York Airports District Office in the Eastern Region
Position: Civil Engineer
Qualifications: 
FV-G Duties: Coordinates with senior engineer or supervisor on all aspects of the Airport Improvement Program (AIP) grants-in-aid program regarding the Airports Capital Improvement Plan (ACIP) and/or Passenger Facility Charge (PFC) funding eligibility, justification, and conformance with the approved Airport Layout Plan (ALP). Reviews engineering design drawings, specifications, construction safety, and phasing plans for compliance with established requirements. Attends pre-design, preconstruction and construction meetings to obtain data for senior level engineer or supervisor to ensure conformance with FAA approved project documents.

Organization: The Louisville Regional Airport Authority 
Position: Chief Financial Officer 
Qualifications: 
The Louisville Regional Airport Authority is seeking a Chief Financial Officer (CFO). The CFO will serve as the chief financial strategist and is responsible for the financial development and management of the Authority’s operating budget, financial and fiscal programs, investments and ongoing enrichment of Authority’s financial strength. The CFO is responsible for the financial and administrative functions of Louisville Muhammad Ali International Airport (SDF), Bowman Field (LOU) and related entities, the Louisville Renaissance Zone Corporation (LRZC) and the LRZC’s Owner’s Association. The CFO will be responsible for leading the finance and accounting department, directing capital planning and budgeting, internal audits, commercial insurance coverage, regulatory compliance, investments, risk analysis and management, preparation of current financial reports and summaries, and creating forecasts predicting future growth. The position requires effective leadership, communication, and interpersonal skills. The incumbent is a member of the executive team and will be a collaborator and team-builder. This individual will provide professional briefings and information to the Airport Authority Board.
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Organization: The Memphis-Shelby County Airport Authority 
Position: Vice President Operations / Chief Operating Officer 
Qualifications: 
The Memphis-Shelby County Airport Authority is seeking a Vice President Operations / Chief Operating Officer. The COO is responsible for the operational objectives of Memphis International Airport (MEM) and will ensure policies, procedures, operational and administrative controls are in place to maintain operational effectiveness and administrative efficiency. As COO, you will recommend long-range objectives and strategies for the Airport’s Operations, Maintenance, Development, Public Safety, and General Aviation functions. 

Organization: The Raleigh-Durham Airport Authority 
Position: Director of Real Estate 
Qualifications: 
The Raleigh-Durham Airport Authority is seeking a Director of Real Estate. The Director is responsible for working with the Senior Vice President and Chief Revenue Officer to develop and implement short- and long-term strategies designed to generate and maximize Airport revenue and enhance the guest experience through real estate programs. This role will assist in leading/directing strategic and business initiatives to grow revenue related to commercial properties /real estate development, FBOs and cargo activities and participate in tenant/property management as well as airline affairs. The person will play a critical team role in defining and implementing initiatives for profitable and sustainable real estate development, related business performance and revenue growth. The role will provide leadership, guidance and inspire a collaborative and collegial culture that is high performing and results focused.

Organization: The City of Boise Department of Aviation 
Position: Deputy Director of Engineering and Planning
Qualifications: 
The City of Boise Department of Aviation is seeking a Deputy Director of Engineering and Planning to conceive, budget, manage and administer the engineering, environmental, construction, and facilities related programs at Boise Airport (BOI). As Deputy Director, you will ensure the Airport complies with State and Federal regulations, including those of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), Environmental Protection Agency, and Transportation Security Administration and will act as the Airport’s subject matter expert for zoning and development issues and inquiries.

 

You will prepare the Airport’s master and development plans to meet aviation and customer service demands. You will supervise project managers and administer the Airport’s FAA Grant program, including compliance with FAA requirements. You will manage budgets and purchases for capital projects, equipment, supplies and professional services contracts. You will be responsible for the delivery of customer service to the public, Airport tenants, their immediate staff, as well as Airport staff and external agencies and participate in Airport-related, external and inter-departmental meetings and committees.

Organization: Jefferson County
Position: Assistant Airport Manager
Qualifications: 
Jefferson County is seeking an individual assisting the Director of Aviation in overseeing the safe and efficient operation and maintenance of the airport, particularly the upkeep of the physical property, buildings and equipment. Duties may include but are not limited to Assisting with management of the airport to comply with federal, state, and local laws, rules, and regulations, conducting regular inspections of airfield runways, taxiways, lighting, and security equipment, and responding to crash-fire-rescue calls.

 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Either:

A. Graduation from a regionally accredited or New York State registered college or university with an
associate’s degree in public administration, business administration, airport operations, airport management,
aviation management, or closely related field and two (2) years of airport operations, airport maintenance, or
airport crash/fire and rescue experience at an airport with scheduled air service; OR
B. Graduation from high school or possession of a high school equivalency diploma and four (4) years of
experience as defined in (A) above.

Organization: The Ohio State University Airport
Position: Airport Director
Qualifications: 
The Ohio State University Airport is seeking an Airport Director who will be responsible for all aspects of the operation, maintenance, finance, and development of the Ohio State University Airport (OSU). The Airport Director develops and executes the airport’s strategic direction, fosters a positive culture, inspires the workforce, develops the staff, and drives results and accountability.

 

In this role, you will have oversight of safety, maintenance, and operating initiatives and compliance, fixed base operation (FBO), capital improvement program (CIP), flight education and maintenance programs, noise program, identifying and evaluating new sources of revenue and funding, and compliance with the federal Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) program. You will help to identify value-added services and business offerings and funding mechanisms needed to fulfill the mission of the airport and will work with university, city, county, state and federal representatives, and agencies to ensure long-term sustainability. You will set strategic priorities and objectives for the level and types of services offered at the airport.

Organization: The City of Dayton
Position: Deputy Director of Aviation
Qualifications: 
The City of Dayton is seeking a Deputy Director of Aviation to manage the operations of Dayton International Airport (DAY). This position is a member of the Airport’s Executive Leadership Team and works under the supervision and guidance of the Director of Aviation.

In this role, you will assist the Director in developing and executing the Airport’s business strategy. You will provide leadership and support to employees responsible for airside and landside operations, emergency management, safety and security, and terminal operations. You will identify, recommend and implement policies, programs and procedures to enhance Airport operations, services and efficiency. You will also direct the Airport’s Master Plan activities, managing and updating it as required and work with the FAA to identify federal funding.

The Deputy Director monitors off-Airport development to ensure it does not inhibit Airport operations and/or growth opportunities. You will monitor the Airport’s budgeting process, as well as manage the annual budget and grants administration according to established Airport and federal guidelines. You will also develop plans, policies and programs to enhance operations and efficiency. You will be responsible for interviewing, hiring and training employees. You will plan, assign and direct work efforts, as well as evaluate and award performance. You will also reward or discipline employees as warranted and according to department policies and procedures. The Deputy Director ensures effective relationships are established and maintained with internal and external partners and agencies, including tenants, concessionaires, city departments, city commission and agencies. You will represent the Airport with industry groups including Airports Council International and the American Association of Airport Executives.


Organization: The City of Dallas
Position: Director of Aviation
Qualifications: 
The City of Dallas is seeking a Director of Aviation responsible for planning, directing and providing executive-level management for Dallas Love Field Airport (DAL), Dallas Executive Airport, and Dallas Heliport/ Vertiport. The Director is responsible for aviation operations, administration, and personnel management, ensuring the Airport’s effectiveness and efficiency. The Director plans and directs all aspects of the Department and its operations, coordinating and directing air and landside programs within budgetary allocations.
As Director of Aviation, you will work with the city manager to establish priorities, procedures and strategies to accomplish goals, meet customer needs and remain in compliance with laws, regulations and standards. You will also work with Aviation Department and City employees, Airport stakeholders, airline representatives and management to achieve goals and objectives. You will manage, direct, and coordinate CIP projects, special projects and other Airport initiatives. You will represent the City at local, state and national meetings. This position also approves personnel actions including hiring, training, evaluations and terminations. You will be responsible for the department’s operating budget, from creation to administration. You will also respond to requests from the City Manager or the City Council as requested, providing accurate responses and monthly reports as needed to keep stakeholders abreast of aviation challenges and opportunities.
Organization: The Clark County Department of Aviation
Position: Managing Director
Qualifications: 
The Clark County Department of Aviation is seeking a Managing Director – Airport Information Systems to direct information technology centered around the operations and infrastructure for Harry Reid International Airport (LAS) and the County’s four General Aviation Airports. Duties include forecasting, planning and installing a variety of complex technologies and supervising hardware solutions.

As Managing Director, you will plan, organize, assign, and supervise technical support, professional and operational staff engaged in a variety of information technology work including systems analysis and application programming projects, flight information display systems, and common use terminal systems. You will develop and implement goals, objectives, policies, procedures, and work standards. You will also participate in the development and delivery of user training. You will prepare and administer the annual budget allocation. You will hire, set priorities and evaluate staff. You will also evaluate system performance and make recommendations for changes and upgrades. You will also routinely collaborate with the ACITO and IS management, Federal partners, Airport tenants, stakeholders and vendors to determine technology requirements, and recommend modifications and hard and software options, purchases and upgrades.

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Organization: The Greenville-Spartanburg Airport District
Position: Senior VP and Chief Financial Officer
Qualifications: 
The Greenville-Spartanburg Airport District is seeking a Senior VP and Chief Financial Officer. This position reports to the President/CEO of the Greenville-Spartanburg Airport District (District). She or he provides leadership and management assistance to the President/CEO in overseeing major departments/functions of the District and is responsible for developing and executing the District’s fiscal strategy and administrating its revenues and expenses. This individual directs the development, planning, implementation, and coordination of Finance, Accounting, Treasury, Internal Audit, Risk Management, Disadvantaged Business Programs, and Procurement. The incumbent is a key member of the executive team and requires someone with strategic thinking and vision. This position requires strong leadership and interpersonal skills.

 

The Senior VP and Chief Financial Officer is the President/CEO’s principal advisor on all matters involving financial initiatives, programs and policies. She or he is responsible for developing and executing strategies that result in effective fiscal administration including revenue management strategies, investments, and cash management. She or he is a leader who creates, develops and maintains a successful work team through a positive and collaborative work environment.


Organization: The Port Authority of New York/New Jersey
Position: Deputy Aviation Commercial Development Officer
Qualifications: 
The Port Authority of New York/New Jersey is seeking a Deputy Aviation Commercial Development Officer responsible for participating in the development, implementation and management of the Port Authority’s revenue generating programs at 5 airports. Areas of responsibility include transportation revenues, aviation fees, concessions and commercial strategies. The Deputy Aviation Commercial Officer is also responsible for parking and ground transportation management, cargo and airport support commercial development.

In this role, you will manage and oversee Properties Development, Management and Lease Operations to maximize revenues and efficiency, while positively impacting customer satisfaction. You will lead parking and ground transportation programs, including customer service and perception initiatives. You will also guide staff in developing and implementing new programs to positively impact customer satisfaction. This is a future-focused position that concentrates on collaboration, stakeholder engagement and implementation of dynamic initiatives. You will ensure staff is focused on maximizing revenue and programs that are in alignment with airport goals and objectives. You will collaborate with other departments to develop and implement ground transportation and parking initiatives to enhance the customer experience. You will work with members of Port Authority staff as well as leadership to develop commercial strategies for development of properties such as hotels, office spaces, meeting centers, etc. You will also assist the CCO, the Assistant Director Aviation Financial Services, as well as other managers to develop fee recovery strategies and negotiate agreements, in keeping with FAA standards. This position is involved in, monitors, evaluates and assists in all revenue generating activities including cargo planning and management, property development, management and lease operations, and concession commercial strategies.

Organization: The Clark County Department of Aviation
Position: Commercial Business and Development Manager
Qualifications: 
The Clark County Department of Aviation is seeking a Commercial Business and Development Manager to manage the concessions program for Harry Reid International Airport (LAS). The Manager will be responsible for planning and budgeting, reporting, as well as managing program staff. The concessions program includes retail, food and beverage, advertising, gaming, lounges, and passenger services.

 

As Manager, you will be responsible for developing, negotiating, reviewing and monitoring proposals, contracts and lease agreements. You will develop strategies to maximize the program’s financial goals. You will work with the Engineering/Construction division, monitoring the design, construction and accomplishment of Airport concessions space. You will develop and implement policies, procedures and instructions and work with other Airport departments, including Legal and Landside, to review leases, permits and per capita activities. You will inspect and review concessions to ensure the quality of goods and services are in line with agreements and Airport approved prices. You will make presentations to groups including tenants, Airport leadership, and staff, and the general public, informing the audiences on a variety of concession-related topics including proposal response requirements and doing business at the Airport.

Organization: Ogdensburg International Airport
Position: Airport Manager
Qualifications: 
  The Ogdensburg International Airport is seeking a knowledgeable, engaged  Airport Manager with strong management skills to lead the Airport, transform the culture, and take the Airport to the next level. A professional who will ensure customer service excellence, provide safe and secure facilities, demonstrate responsible environmental stewardship, and operate transparently and with accountability to all stakeholders. The successful candidate will have strong self-awareness, will build trust in others through using good judgment, and will act with diplomacy at all times. The principal responsibility is to ensure the safe and compliant operation of all aeronautical activities undertaken at the Airport for airside, terminal, and landside operations as well as line service and customer service. Also, accountable for the day-to-day oversight of FBO operations, budget, marketing, media relations, and capital projects 

Deadline: April 17, 2023

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Organization: The Jackson County Airport Authority

Position: Director of Finance and Administration 
Qualifications: 
The Jackson County Airport Authority seeks a Director of Finance and Administration for the Rogue Valley International-Medford Airport (MFR). Reporting to the Airport Director, the Director is responsible for all facets of the Airport’s finance, contract and grant programs, the annual budget and numerous human resources duties. The Director serves as liaison to the FAA as well as various state and local agencies and organizations.

 

You will schedule and supervise activities within the department to ensure work is performed according to the organization’s policies and procedures. You will prepare and present the annual budget, taking into account goals and objectives, and maintaining appropriate and required records. You will also monitor expenditures to ensure compliance with Airport policies regarding use of budgeted funds.

The Director is responsible for managing needs assessments, audits, program evaluations, and regular special studies. You will ensure the Airport’s compliance with County and federal legal requirements. The Director is responsible for service contracts, authorizing payments, monitoring contract compliance and initiating corrective actions as needed. You will identify funding sources, researching federal, state and local grant opportunities and supervising the associated application processes and required reports. The Director analyzes industry developments and develops new programs and/or program modifications.

Organization: The City of Temple
Position: Fixed Base Operator Manager
Qualifications: 
The City of Temple is seeking a Fixed Base Operator Manager (FBO) for the Temple Executive Air Center. The FBO Manager will play a key role in the construction management and operational readiness of a new “state-of-the-art” FBO terminal which is scheduled to be completed in August 2023.

 

The FBO Manager position is responsible for managing the Temple Executive Air Center (TEAC), including customer service and relations, line operations, facility management, fuel sales, marketing, new business development, quality control and environmental and safety compliance. Additionally, the FBO Manager is the point person for and pivotal to the successful development and construction of TEAC. This position is responsible for the upkeep and maintenance of TEAC facilities, properties, and equipment, working with other airports and City departments. Responsibilities include managing the FBO’s fuel system including daily inventory monitoring, making recommendations on additional capacity, ensuring delivery and storage of fuel, and that refueling trucks are properly maintained. The Manager must be financially astute to supervise the FBO’s gross margins, capital expenditures, budgeting, forecasting and revenue/expense management; provide supervision to customer service representatives and line service technicians; and assisting in recruitment and evaluations as necessary. The FBO Manager conducts competitive analysis of fuel products, selling points, and discount programs.

Organization: The Clark County Department of Aviation
Position: Airport Manager
Qualifications: 
The Clark County Department of Aviation is seeking an Airport Manager for North Las Vegas Airport (VGT). Reporting to the Assistant Director of Aviation – General Aviation, the VGT Airport Manager is responsible for the safe and efficient operations of VGT and Perkins Field. The manager has oversight responsibilities of all airport operations including the county owned FBO (fixed base operator), training, compliance, construction management, facility and airfield maintenance, line service, customer service, economic development and marketing activities.

The manager confers with contract design and construction staff, creates and directs outreach and expansion programs, including community groups to maximize service delivery. The manager has responsibility to ensure the work of the staff is at optimum performance levels and to make appropriate adjustments or improvements, if required. The manager is responsible for developing and managing operational and capital improvement budget activities in coordination with budget planning at LAS. The manager participates in and contributes to the Master Planning process for VGT.

The manager is responsible for developing policies, procedures and priorities to maintain effective and safe operations for the airport community. The manager is responsible for effectively communicating the airport’s policies and initiatives and ensuring compliance. The manager will conduct public outreach events. The manager will be the liaison with various governmental agencies, e.g., FAA various lines of business, city officials, NTSB, etc. The manager provides for 24-hour, 7-day emergency response, trains responders and directs response activities. The position ensures that all airport operations and maintenance activities are performed in accordance with federal and state laws and regulations.

Organization: The Little Rock Municipal Airport Commission 
Position: Manager - Facilities 
Qualifications: 
The Little Rock Municipal Airport Commission is seeking a Manager – Facilities for Bill and Hillary Clinton National Airport (LIT). As Manager, you will be responsible for maintaining the effective operation of all Airport facilities including buildings, the airfield, and equipment. You will assist in the development and direction of construction projects on the Airport. You will also be responsible for developing and implementing the Airport’s Preventative Maintenance Program, training staff in the proper and safe use of Airport equipment and promotes occupational safety and health.

You will be responsible for risk management activities to prevent harm to all Airport property, employees and users, and the environment. This position is responsible for maintaining an inventory of maintenance and custodial equipment and supplies. You will ensure that all equipment and systems are maintained in working order. The Manager prepares the department’s budget and makes certain that the Airport’s procurement policies and procedures are followed. You will be required to respond to Airport emergencies, including airfield emergencies. You will supervise a team of employees and coordinate training, review performance, and review timesheets. You will ensure grant assurances are followed and prepare reports as required. In addition to adhering to regular work hours, the Manager is required to work extended hours as needed.

Organization: The Little Rock Municipal Airport Commission 
Position: Manager - Security and Operations
Qualifications: 
The Little Rock Municipal Airport Commission is seeking a Manager – Security and Operations for Bill and Hillary Clinton National Airport (LIT). As Manager, you will provide direction and oversight to employees engaged in all aspects of airside operation. You will ensure the Airport is in compliance with TSA and FAR Part 139 regulations at all times and serve as the primary contact for all security activities, including interactions with other Airport departments and TSA. You will be responsible for implementing TSA programs and policies, conducting security training and investigating security violations, including initiating remedial actions for compliance failures.

 

You will need to remain current with federal certification, safety and security regulations, review technical manuals and assist in updating Airport certification and emergency manuals. You will also make recommendations for policy changes. You will be responsible for designing, planning and testing response procedures for potential Airport emergencies. You will direct the Airport security badge program, including issuing and reviewing badges and associated TSA-required security training. You will be responsible for the NOTAMS program including issuing, cancelling and maintaining NOTAMS. You will be the Airport’s point of contact with air carriers and fixed-based operators for construction activities, foreign object debris (FOD) control, bird hazards and other Airport Operations issues. You will maintain the Airport’s compliance with FAA regulations during emergencies, assisting the Incident Commander during aircraft alerts and medical calls. You will coordinate training, evaluate performance and manage timesheets, in compliance with Airport and state regulations, rules and laws. You will be required to respond to all Airport emergencies.

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Organization: The City of San Jose's Aviation Department
Position: Senior Engineer
Qualifications: 
The City of San José’s Aviation Department is seeking a Senior Engineer for San José Mineta International Airport (SJC). Reporting to the Deputy Director of the Planning and Development Division for the Airport, the Senior Engineer is a strategic leader who oversees a wide range of professional and para-professional team members. These professionals perform a variety of multi-disciplinary Airport projects in the development, management, and delivery of projects in the Airport Capital Improvement Program (CIP) and the Airport Master Plan Program of various and considerable complexities.

 

As Senior Engineer, you must possess in depth knowledge and expertise in the theories, principles, practices, and techniques related to civil, mechanical, structural, electrical, and/or geotechnical engineering, architecture, and capital project delivery. Demonstrated experience in airport construction projects which provides innovative solutions for complex challenges is expected. You will be responsible for collaboration with other Airport Divisions, City Departments, airlines, external agencies, and tenants potentially impacted by the CIP and the Master Plan program. In addition, you will ensure program compliance with Federal Aviation Administration, Transportation Security Administration, Customs and Border Protection, and other agencies that may have impacts and jurisdictions to the projects. The Airport is a dynamic organization, and you must be willing to lead through a changing environment with emotional intelligence. In this role, you will support and lead the Strategic Vision, Mission and Goals established for the Airport Department through your work efforts and leadership.

Organization: The City of Boise Department of Aviation 
Position: Deputy Director of Parking and Landside Facilities
Qualifications: 
The City of Boise Department of Aviation is seeking a Deputy Director of Parking and Landside Facilities for the Boise Airport (BOI). This is a highly visible position responsible for the development and management of parking, ground transportation and terminal facilities. The Deputy Director directs all associated revenue functions including contract management, parking, shuttle and valet operations and other ground transportation such as Uber, Lyft, hotel shuttles and taxis. The Deputy Director manages the parking management agreement ensuring all obligations are met; analyzes parking revenues and prepares and presents reports identifying trends and changes; and prepares bids, negotiates contracts and evaluates RFPs and bid submittals.

 

The Deputy Director also plans and directs parking access and revenue control and establishes departmental procedures and policies. Additionally, the Deputy Director directs the strategic and daily operations of the landside Facilities Maintenance and Custodial Services Divisions, ensuring safe and reliable terminal operations. The Deputy Director manages the maintenance of all landside facilities including prioritizing projects, and establishing standards, policies and procedures. The Deputy Director manages and establishes policies and procedures for predictive maintenance programs, trades and major systems, including baggage system, HVAC, boarding bridges, electrical, plumbing, fire alarm and airfield lighting systems.

Organization: The Vic Thompson Company
Position: Aviation Project Manager
Qualifications: 
The Vic Thompson Company (VTC) is seeking an Aviation Project Manager to manage all design and/or construction project activities. This will include scope of work, schedules, budget, quality, risk, procurement, communication, managing project resources and stakeholders according to contractual terms, project objectives, Transportation Security Administration (TSA) requirements, VTC procedures and best practices. The Project Manager is the primary point of contact for the client and is responsible for achieving project goals through planning, decision making, delegation, fostering positive work relationships, and proactive identification and resolution of issues that put projects at risk. The Project Manager will lead the project team as they develop design deliverables and provide design services during construction. 

Organization: The Jackson Municipal Airport Authority
Position: Chief Financial Officer
Qualifications: 
The Jackson Municipal Airport Authority is seeking a Chief Financial Officer (CFO) to direct all facets of finance including the organization’s financial management program, budget preparation, regulatory compliance, and financial analysis. The CFO serves as JMAA’s financial representative to all stakeholders, both internal and external. The CFO is responsible for developing, implementing and managing short- and long-term financial goals and objectives that align with the operating and capital improvement plans.

 

The CFO is the Treasurer for the Airport Authority and JMAA’s representative with outside agencies. The CFO directs the preparation of reports, statements and analysis in compliance with applicable state and federal laws and regulations, including GASB and GAAP. The CFO manages the annual financial audit conducted by independent auditors and monitors, tracks and reports the financial health of the organization to the Chief Executive Officer and the JMAA Board. The CFO manages accounts receivable/payable and payroll activities and is the liaison between the Authority and external organizations. The CFO also manages airline rates and charges activities, and establishes and implements the organization’s accounting system.

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Organization: The City of Brownsville
Position: Assistant Director of Airport
Qualifications: 
The City of Brownsville is seeking an Assistant Director of Airport to direct, plan, manage and organize all functions associated with the operation of the Brownsville South Padre Island International Airport (BRO). This includes airside, landside, security, ground transportation and terminal operations.

Organization: The Metropolitan Nashville Airport Authority (MNAA)
Position: Director Emergency Management
Qualifications: 
The Metropolitan Nashville Airport Authority (MNAA) is seeking a Director Emergency Management who will be responsible for the management and administration of the Nashville International Airport’s Emergency Operations Center (EOC), Joint Information Center (JIC), and Airport Communications Centers (ACC). The Director ensures the Airport Emergency Plan (AEP) is current and that users and stakeholders are knowledgeable and well-versed in the execution of emergency plans, procedures, and regulatory requirements. The Director also leads the Airport Communications Center and is responsible for the Airport’s emergency preparedness program, developing, planning and coordinating operations in support of the program.


The Director creates, delivers or facilitates the delivery of Federal and state required training including full-scale and quarterly tabletop exercises in coordination with the Airport Security Manager. A critical role of the Director is to activate and manage the EOC, JIC, and ACC during declared emergency events or incidents on airport property. The Director ensures that ACC staff maintain required E911 telecommunicator certificates. ICS 300 and ICS 400 are required or the ability to obtain such within 12 months of hire. The Director develops and maintains training and standard operating manuals, policies, procedures and ensures compliance. The Director also prepares a number of analytical and statistical reports on operations and other activities. The Director is responsible for interviewing, hiring, coaching and mentoring staff, planning and directing work, appraising performance and resolving issues.

Organization: The Jackson Municipal Airport Authority
Position: Chief Executive Officer
Qualifications: 
The Jackson Municipal Airport Authority is seeking a Chief Executive Officer to provide leadership and guidance to Authority employees as well as the Authority’s Board of Commissioners. The CEO will provide advice to the Board, inform them of important information, interpret FAA and TSA laws, rules and regulations and make recommendations on a variety of aviation and airport management-related issues.
The CEO assigns and directs the design, marketing, promotion and delivery of Airport programs, products and services, and assures their quality. 
Organization: The City of Temple
Position: Fixed Based Operator Manager (FBO)
Qualifications: 
The City of Temple is seeking a Fixed Base Operator Manager (FBO). The FBO Manager will play a key role in the construction management and operational readiness of a new “state-of-the-art” FBO terminal which is scheduled to be completed in August 2023.

 

The FBO Manager position is responsible for managing the Temple Executive Air Center (TEAC), including customer service and relations, line operations, facility management, fuel sales, marketing, new business development, quality control and environmental and safety compliance. Additionally, the FBO Manager is the point person for and pivotal to the successful development and construction of TEAC. This position is responsible for the upkeep and maintenance of TEAC facilities, properties, and equipment, working with other airports and City departments. Responsibilities include managing the FBO’s fuel system including daily inventory monitoring, making recommendations on additional capacity, ensuring delivery and storage of fuel, and that refueling trucks are properly maintained. The Manager must be financially astute to supervise the FBO’s gross margins, capital expenditures, budgeting, forecasting and revenue/expense management; provide supervision to customer service representatives and line service technicians; and assisting in recruitment and evaluations as necessary. The FBO Manager conducts competitive analysis of fuel products, selling points, and discount programs.

Organization: The County of Moore
Position: Airport Director
Qualifications: 
The County of Moore is seeking an Airport Director to manage all activities of the Moore County Airport (SOP) and the airport’s exclusive fixed based operator (FBO). The Director reports to the five-member Airport Authority and provides leadership for the Authority’s eighteen employees engaged in a variety of airport planning, development, operations, safety, administrative and customer service activities. He or she also will manage the Airport’s ten-year capital improvement program, so the Director is the primary catalyst in ensuring the program proceeds on schedule and budget.

The Director promotes the Airport’s mission, vision and values to all stakeholders including tenants, pilots, passengers, employees and the non-flying general public. The Director also identifies funding opportunities and takes the lead in applying for Federal, state and local grants. Since the Moore County Airport serves the high-end leisure customer traveling to the Pinehurst area for equestrian and golf opportunities, the Director must ensure the culture of the Airport has a customer-service focus.

The Airport Director is responsible for communicating and implementing the Airport’s customer service mission with employees and tenants. He or she must also be “future-focused,” with the ability to envision programs designed to improve services, increase Airport capacity and ensure safety, without compromising customer service.

The Airport Director also is responsible for all aspects of airport management including revenue generation. He or she represents the Airport Authority to outside interests including governmental agencies, community groups, public service organizations, and industry associations. The Director works with staff to identify training opportunities to maintain Airport safety and increase employee and customer satisfaction. The Airport Director will lead the airport to the next level of innovation, safety, and the provision of an exemplary customer experience.

Organization: The Metropolitan Nashville Airport Authority
Position: Assistant Vice President, Human Resources
Qualifications: 
The Metropolitan Nashville Airport Authority (MNAA) is seeking an Assistant Vice President, Human Resources. This is a highly visible position, responsible for developing, implementing and directing human resources and programs for Metropolitan Nashville Airport Authority employees. This includes managing professional and administrative staff engaged in performance management, talent development, and time and attendance activities. The AVP participates in the development of plans and programs including recruitment and retention, employee relations, affirmative action, sexual harassment, employee complaints, and career development. The AVP develops and implements programs and strategies to identify talent within and outside of the organization. The AVP develops competitive compensation and benefits programs that motivate, incentivize, and rewards to attract and retain employees. The AVP provides advice on the impact of organizational plans and programs on employees and develop human resource planning models that identify competencies, knowledge, and talent gaps.
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Organization: Hillsborough County Aviation Authority
Position: Director, Enterprise Risk Management
Qualifications: 
The Hillsborough County Aviation Authority is seeking a Director, Enterprise Risk Management (ERM). The Director, ERM is a highly responsible position, directing Hillsborough County Aviation Authority’s Enterprise Risk Management, Insurance and Employee Safety programs and activities. The Director is responsible for the implementation and oversight of the Authority’s ERM program through a team of risk management, insurance and safety professionals. The Director works with employees and stakeholders to identify and mitigate risks and new business opportunities. The Director manages the Authority’s insurance program, determining adequate coverage levels, making recommendations to renew or purchase new insurances, and investigates and monitors incidents. Additionally, the Director oversees employee safety plans and trends, develops and executes training and engages with staff to promote and improve safe work practices. The Director increases ERM awareness and communication, prepares reports, makes presentations, ensures compliance with laws, regulations, policies and procedures and offers guidance regarding risk exposures.

Organization: Ferrovial
Position: Asset Management Lead
Qualifications: 
Ferrovial is seeking an Asset Management Lead. The Asset Management Lead 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 Asset Management Lead works closely with the PMO and terminal design team to develop the tenant design criteria manual and the change order process. He or she will support the development of the NTO Asset Management Strategy and advise on best practices, suggest initiatives and innovations that can enable efficiencies in the operational phase of physical assets. 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.
Organization: The Ontario International Airport Authority 
Position: Director of Planning
Qualifications: 
The Ontario International Airport Authority (OIAA) seeks a Director of Planning to direct, review and evaluate the Authority’s Planning Department in support of Ontario International Airport (ONT), including Airport Planning and Airport Environmental Planning activities. The Director reports to the Airport’s Chief Capital Development Officer and coordinates and directs a variety of programs and activities, including formulating and updating the Airport capital improvement program, airport planning and environmental planning, and overseeing concept reviews of proposed tenant projects.

 

As a recently formed department/division, the Director will have the opportunity and responsibility to develop and implement innovative business practices to lead ONT into the future. The Director is responsible for developing and implementing short and long-range goals and objectives for the Department and directing activities that support the Airport’s Strategic Plan and Initiatives.


The Director manages and coordinates the preparation of complex planning and environmental studies, as well as participates in comprehensive and strategic aviation planning activities. The Director also manages environmental planning and other planning projects in compliance with FAA design standards and other requirements, including state and local policies, laws and regulations. The Director supports staff in the preparation of Federal, state and local grant applications for Airport funding and supervises and monitors implementation of FAA infrastructure grants. The Director reviews and monitors projects for highest and best use of land and compliance with ONT’s Airport Layout Plan and current and future utility, and construction plans.

Organization: The Ontario International Airport Authority 
Position: Revenue Management Director, Commercial Real Estate
Qualifications: 
The Ontario International Airport Authority (OIAA) seeks a Revenue Management Director, Commercial Real Estate to manage the Commercial Real Estate team for the Authority. The Director is the lead negotiator of leases and contracts, with a focus on driving revenue, containing costs, and directing all internal real estate functions to include aeronautical and non-aeronautical commercial development, revenue generation, contract and lease management, landside property leasing, and lease management organization.

The Director is liaison between OIAA and developers, business partners and the City of Ontario. The Director works closely and cooperatively with the City of Ontario, other Airport departments and Airport consultants, to ensure the existing and future development is planned and implemented according to plans. The Candidate will direct the Airport’s property management and business development programs, and financial and economic business planning, development and management. The Director manages new and existing aeronautical and non-aeronautical development and maintains effective working relationships with developers. The Director interacts with developers, real estate professionals, business and property owners, community groups, legal counsels, elected officials, and citizen groups concerning development projects. The Director will be a strategic business partner to internal stakeholders, identifying, planning, and assisting in quantitative analysis, and communicating results in written, visual, or verbal format.


Organization: The Rhode Island Airport Corporation 
Position: Vice President, Properties and Business Development
Qualifications: 
The Rhode Island Airport Corporation (RIAC) is seeking a Vice President, Properties and Business Development. The VP is responsible for all economic development activities at the six (6) airports of the Rhode Island Airport Corporation (RIAC). This includes Rhode Island T.F. Green International Airport and five (5) general aviation (GA) airports. The VP is responsible for negotiating, preparing, processing, implementing and managing leases, licenses, contracts, operating agreements, concessions, advertising, and other revenue generating activities, agreements and programs with tenants, prospective tenants, airport advertisers and airlines.

The VP conducts analysis, evaluation, development, and oversight of new and existing aviation and non-aviation revenue streams and opportunities. The VP sets aggressive goals and pursues and investigates new revenue-generating opportunities. Along with RIAC’s Chief Financial Officer, the VP leads airline lease negotiations. The VP recruits new business and tenants through the Airport’s recruitment process and negotiates and prepares tenant leases, concessions, and license agreements and coordinates with the legal department on contract issues. The VP is responsible for management of existing and potential revenue parcels and terminal spaces. The VP develops and maintains inventories of leasable properties and creates development plans to maximize use. The VP establishes and maintains relationships with airline property managers and staff, airport tenants, including concessionaires and their corporate staff. The VP manages tenant compliance with contracts and agreements as well the implementation, maintenance and audit of agreements, contracts and leases, including ensuring compliance with insurance and bonding requirements by tenants.

The VP works with Finance Department staff to verify billing and collection of funds. The VP directs and supervises ground transportation and parking activities and develops policies and procedures. Working through a parking management company, the VP ensures optimum customer service and monitors and analyzes parking statistics with the objective of maximizing parking revenues.

Organization: The Mohave County Airport Authority 
Position: Airport Director
Qualifications: 
The Mohave County Airport Authority is seeking an Airport Director for Laughlin/Bullhead International Airport (IFP). Work is accomplished through airport staff engagement with aircraft operations; buildings and field maintenance; community relations; coordinating airline requirements; reviewing airport tenant activities to ensure compliance with agreements; supervising enforcement of aircraft air and ground traffic regulations, participating in airport planning activities; developing the annual budget, including future staffing requirements; coordinating construction and maintenance work with tenants, public utilities and contractors; and representing IFP to the surrounding community. The Airport Director makes recommendations to Authority Officers and Directors on State and Federal regulations and laws impacting IFP operations and development and represents the Airport Authority at meetings and with public officials. The Director administers the capital improvement program including planning, applying for and accepting public grants, and executing contracts for grant-funded projects and authorizing payments.

The Director develops and implements programs to maximize revenue for the operation and maintenance of the Airport as well as capital projects. The Director is the Airport’s designated Airport Security Coordinator and develops and administers the Security Program. The Director enforces all laws, ordinances, rules and regulations related to airport operations and associated activities. The Director is also responsible for developing procedures and systems for the maintenance and upkeep of Airport buildings, grounds, structures and equipment. The Airport Director is responsible for administering public relations programs that promote the interests of the Airport and the Airport Authority. The Director prepares reports for the Authority, government agencies and the public, and interfaces with a variety of outside organizations including civic and business organizations as well as governmental agencies.

Organization: The Metropolitan Knoxville Airport Authority 
Position: Director of Planning
Qualifications: 
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.
Organization: The City of El Paso 
Position: Aviation Development Assistant Director
Qualifications: 
The City of El Paso is seeking an Aviation Development Assistant Director responsible for managing and directing El Paso International Airport (ELP) development, construction and maintenance operations. This position directs and manages the departmental facilities maintenance program, approves maintenance repair, maintenance and renovation schedules for both Airport facilities and construction projects.

The Assistant Director prepares project budgets including compiling and analyzing financial data, schedules multi-year release of funds and reconciles accounts. The Assistant Director plans, organizes, implements, directs and reviews capital improvements, environmental compliance, land acquisition and commercial enterprise programs. This position assists in formulating, revising and implementing capital project objectives. The Assistant Director is the liaison to federal, state, and local governmental agencies, airlines, businesses, advisory committees and Airport tenants on a variety of issues including project status, administrative and fiscal issues. Supervises capital improvement projects in conjunction with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), construction managers, architects, Airport tenants and City departments. The Assistant Director prepares a variety of FAA reports including reports on the federally mandated Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) program. The Assistant Director assists in negotiating leases and rental agreements, reviews contracts and makes recommendations. This position drafts and participates in the implementation of land acquisition procedures and manages all details associated with capital projects, airline negotiations and other Airport-related marketing proposals.


Organization: The City of El Paso
Position: Aviation Business & Finance Assistant Director
Qualifications: 
The City of El Paso is seeking an Aviation Business & Finance Assistant Director to perform highly responsible management of the business, financial, budgets, accounting, revenue generation, procurement, investments, funding, airline rates and charges and administrative work for El Paso International Airport (ELP).

The Assistant Director directs and manages the financial planning, budget management and analysis functions and supervises record-keeping and the preparation of accounting reports and financial statements. This position leads negotiation of agreements with Airport tenants, including airlines, directs inspection of Airport properties to ensure compliance with lease agreements and serves as liaison between the Department and airline representatives. The Assistant Director manages the Department inventories and warehouse and conducts cost-benefit and statistical analysis as needed. The Assistant Director manages the Passenger Facility Charge (PFC) program. Important functions of this position are to develop and implement short- and long-term strategies to maximize airport revenues, and to research and evaluate the development and maintenance of internal controls.


Organization: luis vidal + architects
Position: Managing Principal
Qualifications: 
luis vidal + architects is seeking a Managing Principal responsible for leading firm operations in the United States and reports directly to the company President. This position will aid in the development and promotion of the firm’s vision, mission, core values, and long-range plans.

luis vidal + architects is an internationally renowned practice that delivers environmental innovation and high-quality projects, thanks to its leading vision in design. Since its foundation in 2004, the practice has opened offices in Spain, the United Kingdom, the Dominican Republic, Chile, and the United States, and designed more than 200 projects of all scales.

The Managing Principle oversees and manages business operations and activities to enable the achievement of the firm’s objectives. The Managing Principal is responsible for business activity oversight, the establishment and implementation of plans, goals, and objectives, and the implementation of policies as established by the Board. This role will participate in creating and positioning the firm to seize opportunities for growth and marketplace expansion, with attention to profitability. He/she will support the entire project cycle, from identifying opportunities, securing business, and ensuring project development and quality standards. Delivering quality services is paramount. He/she should be capable of inspiring and managing high performing teams, establishing and providing a positive work environment, and garnering employee satisfaction.


Organization: The Hillsborough County Aviation Authority
Position: Director of Airport Concessions
Qualifications: 
The Hillsborough County Aviation Authority is seeking a Director of Airport Concessions. The Director is responsible for the development, implementation and management of food and beverage, retail, advertising, passenger services and vending for all airport terminals and Authority properties. The Director’s responsibilities include developing a strategic plan that includes recommendations for building a sustainable program with budgets and forecasts. The Director evaluates, develops and manages all airport concession agreements and ensure compliance with ACDBE rules and regulations. The Director stays apprised of current trends to develop strategies and opportunities and determines the best and most appropriate use of Airport property and spaces in order to maximize revenues and ensure customer satisfaction. The Director prepares and presents reports on concession performance and analyze sales and revenue trends. The Director manages and collaborates with a team of internal and external stakeholders to maintain optimum customer service and contract compliance. The Director will also recruit train, coach, and mentor a team of managers responsible for program management and compliance.

Organization: The Rhode Island Airport Corporation 
Position: Vice President and Chief Information Officer
Qualifications: The Rhode Island Airport Corporation (RIAC) is seeking a Vice President and Chief Information Officer. The Chief Information Officer (CIO) is responsible for a 24/7 management and security systems operation as well as the development, implementation and management of strategies, policies and procedures associated with the information technology and cyber security systems of RIAC. The CIO provides the vision and direction to a staff responsible for implementation and maintenance of RIAC’s information technology program. This position works with members of RIAC’s leadership team to create IT strategic plans for the Airport and identifies and implements department goals along with objectives and new systems and technologies. The CIO identifies, develops and implements new technologies and benchmarks system performance. This position works closely with project managers to identify and optimize the allocation of technology resources, including preparing and managing the department’s annual budget, justifying annual funding needs. The CIO prepares requests for qualifications as well as proposals and purchase orders for new services and equipment. An important function of this position is to develop and maintain a disaster recovery plan for all information systems and the network. The CIO is responsible for supervising and mentoring the department’s staff as well as interacting with a variety of contractors and vendors. This position approves the work of contractors, ensuring their completed work complies with work orders and contracts, as well as RIAC policies and procedures.

 

RIAC owns and operations 5 airports: Rhode Island T.F. Green International Airport (PVD); Block Island State Airport; North Central State Airport; Quonset State Airport; Newport State Airport; and Westerly State Airport.


Organization: The Rhode Island Airport Corporation 
Position: SVP, Chief of Infrastructure Officer
Qualifications: 
The Rhode Island Airport Corporation (RIAC) is seeking a Senior Vice President, Chief Infrastructure Officer. The Chief Infrastructure Officer leads a team of professionals responsible for the planning and development of infrastructure projects for Rhode Island Airport Corporation to include Rhode Island T.F. Green International Airport as well as the 5 general aviation airports. The Chief Infrastructure Officer will lead the Engineering, Planning, Environmental and Information Technology activities through a team of subordinate managers. As a member of the leadership team, this position is a strategic partner with internal and external stakeholders to include the FAA, consultants, contractors and DBE community. He or she will determine strategic initiatives, goals and objectives within the department, as well as provide technical vision, planning, review and oversight of information technology projects.
RIAC owns and operations 6 airports: Rhode Island T.F. Green International Airport (PVD); Block Island State Airport; North Central State Airport; Quonset State Airport; Newport State Airport; and Westerly State Airport.
Organization: The Clark County Department of Aviation
 Position: Assistant Director, Planning
Qualifications: 
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.

Organization: Ferrovial
 Position: Head of Design Review
Qualifications: 
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.

Organization: The Rhode Island Airport Corporation 

 Position: ARFF Deputy Chief
Qualifications: 
The Rhode Island Airport Corporation (RIAC) is seeking an ARFF Deputy Chief. The ARFF Deputy Chief is a member of the RIAC management team, reports to the Vice President of Operations and Maintenance and is the primary training and administration support for the ARFF Chief. The Deputy Chief assumes the Chief’s responsibilities in his or her absence to ensure compliance with FAA regulations, NFPA standards and the Airport Emergency Plan. He or she is responsible for maintaining all mandatory ARFF training records in compliance with FAA regulations. The Deputy Chief oversees the development of standardized training and the establishment of safety and training policies, lesson plans, training guides, and performance competencies. He or she directs inspection of fuel farms and ensures vehicles are fueled and records maintained in compliance with NFPA standards. The Deputy Chief also directs and supervises service testing of ARFF apparatus and fire extinguishing systems. He or she works with building, airfield and the automotive maintenance divisions to ensure buildings, grounds and equipment are properly maintained. The Deputy Chief motivates, leads, commands and maintains proper order and discipline of unit employees and ensures the Airport passes required testing and inspections. He or she attends professional training to maintain awareness of trends in aircraft firefighting and rescue and recommends changes to the Airport’s program as needed and must be able to plan and deliver associated fire rescue training. The Deputy Chief assists the Chief in preparation and delivery of performance evaluations.

Organization: The Rhode Island Airport Corporation 
 Position: Director of General Aviation Airports
Qualifications: 
The Rhode Island Airport Corporation (RIAC) is seeking a Director of General Aviation Airports. Appointed by and serving under the direction of the Vice President for Operations and Maintenance, the Director of General Aviation Airports is responsible for operations, administration, maintenance, and implementation of planning, and development activities for the General Aviation Airports system. The Director of General Aviation Airports is responsible for directing, through subordinates, the overall operations of RIAC’s 5 airports: Rhode Island T.F. Green International Airport (PVD); Block Island State Airport; North Central State Airport; Quonset State Airport; Newport State Airport; and Westerly State Airport.
Organization: Department of Transportation, Federal Aviation Administration

Position: Civil Engineer
Qualifications: The FV-G level Engineer is entry level, specialized experience is not applicable. See applicable OPM Qualification Standard: https://www.opm.gov/policy-data-oversight/classification-qualifications/general-schedule-qualification-standards/#url=GS-PROF. To qualify for this position at the FV-H level, you must demonstrate in your application that you possess at least one year of specialized experience equivalent to FV-G, FG/GS-5/7/9 levels. Specialized experience is experience that has equipped you with the particular knowledge, skills, and abilities to successfully perform the duties of the position and that is typically in or related to work of the position to be filled. Examples of specialized experience for this position include: 1) Experience reviewing and commenting on project engineering design drawings and specifications, including construction safety phasing plans. 2) Experience reviewing and commenting on contracts, change orders, and/or supplemental agreements. 3) Experience gathering and analyzing data from a variety of sources and presenting findings via report or formal briefing. To qualify for this position at the FV-I level, you must demonstrate in your application that you possess at least one year of specialized experience equivalent to FV-H, FG/GS-11/12 levels. Specialized experience is experience that has equipped you with the particular knowledge, skills, and abilities to successfully perform the duties of the position and that is typically in or related to work of the position to be filled. Examples of specialized experience for this position include: 1) Experience reviewing and commenting on airport project engineering design drawings and specifications, including construction safety phasing plans. 2) Experience in identifying and resolving complex airport engineering problems/issues. 3) Experience in making recommendations on airport improvements. 4) Experience conveying technical airport engineering information to a variety of audiences. Applicants should include examples of their specialized experience in their work history.

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Organization: Monroe County Department of Aviation, Greater Rochester International Airport
Position: Airport Construction Project Manager
Qualifications: : Graduation from high school or possession of an equivalency diploma, plus EITHER: (A) Graduation from a regionally accredited or NYS registered college or university with a Bachelor’s degree in Construction Technology, plus four (4) years of paid full-time or its part-time equivalent experience in construction project management* and renovation of large-scale** public facilities four (4) years of which must have been in a supervisory capacity***; OR, (B) Eight (8) years of full-time paid or its part-time equivalent experience as described in (A) above, four (4) years of which must have been in a supervisory capacity***; OR, (C) An equivalent combination of education and experience, as defined by the limits of (A) and (B) above. *For the purpose of these minimum qualifications, Project Management involves all of the following activities:  Preparation and/or review of project scope, proposals, design, estimates, specifications  Project scheduling and tracking  Oversight/management of the construction phase of a project for conformance to design standards  Preparation/review of weekly progress reports and progress payments **For the purpose of these minimum qualifications, large scale is defined as a 50,000 square foot facility or larger, or projects ranging from $5M and higher.

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Organization: The Port Authority of NY & NJ
Position: Multiple

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Organization: Greater Binghamton Airport
Position: Airport Operations Specialist
Qualifications: 

A) Completion of at least 60 semester credit hours at a regionally accredited or New York State registered college or university in aviation management, aeronautical studies, fire protection technology or related field and one year of experience in airport operations; OR B) Graduation from high school or possession of an equivalency diploma, one year of airport operations and EITHER: 1) Two years of airport operations experience at an airport with scheduled air service; OR 2) Two years of Aircraft Rescue and Firefighting experience at an airport with scheduled air service; OR 3) Two years of aviation experience as a member of the U.S. military; OR 4) One year of airport operations or Aircraft Rescue and Firefighting experience at an airport with scheduled air service AND one year of paid or volunteer firefighting AIRPORT OPERATIONS SPECIALIST — CONT’D. 3 experience in an organized fire company which shall have included the use of chemical firefighting agents; OR C) An equivalent combination of training and experience as indicated by the limits of A) and B) above.

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Organization: Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority
Position: Assistant Air Terminal Superintendent
Qualifications: 

A Bachelor’s degree in business management or a related field, and a minimum of five (5) years’ experience directly supervising others, working in customer relations, and in building maintenance and operations, or an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience.  Airport or airline operations experience preferrable.  Must be able to obtain and maintain a SIDA badge/ US Customs and Border Protection Seal. Must successfully pass testing in Basic Microsoft Word and Basic Microsoft Excel.  Must possess working knowledge of Microsoft Access software. 

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Organization: Watertown Internation Airport

Position: Career Skills Program
Overview: Career Skills Program (CSP) The participant will need to select from the (3) focus areas of: Administration, Airfield Maintenance, or FBO Services. Participants will gain civilian experience in each of the areas listed above. 

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