A direct report to the Chief of Planning and Engineering, under administrative direction plans, organizes, and implements professional engineering, construction and architectural work at the Department of Port Control's Divisions of Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, Burke Lakefront Airport and the Division of Harbors. Directs the performance of professional and administrative Engineering and Construction staff for project designs, cost estimates, plans, specifications, and schedules for Engineering, Construction, and Architectural projects; provides technical oversight and inspection of work in progress through supervision of professional staff in these areas of work; monitors developments in equipment materials, techniques; program and construction management; project delivery systems; and value engineering in the three fields; Responsible for writing and compiling reports and other statistical information. Manages airport design construction and professional services contracts and consultants, as well as quality assurance and quality control methods in these practice areas.
A Bachelor's degree in Civil or Airport Engineering or a related Engineering field is required,
Professional Engineering status is required.
A minimum of six (6) years of progressively responsible experience in a similar or related field in the public, private or militart sectors is required.
Knowledge of Federal Aviation Administration rules, guidance, and requirements is required.
Strong management, analytical, verbal and written communication skills are required.
Computer skills in Microsoft Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Project, and expidition, Prolog and/or Auto/CAD are required.
Excellent attendance and work record. Please provide records from past or current employment plus any awards as proof of attendance record.
A valid State of Ohio driver's license is required. Must pass AOA driving and communication tests within three (3) months of hire.
Superior knowledge of building codes, electrical codes, FAA standards and/or ODOT standards is required.