The Jackson County Airport is looking for a well-rounded, hands-on individual who can hit the ground running to manage its Safety and Security program. The program is responsible for providing and maintaining the security and safety of the Airport by meeting all Federal, State, and County requirements. The industry working title is Deputy Director-Security. If you have experience managing a highly-regulated operation, please apply for this position.
Prior knowledge and working experience with: 1) TSA 1542 security and FAA Part 139 regulations; and 2) developing/instructing training programs is desired.
Minimum Requirements (Performance of the essential duties of this position includes the following requirements, physical demands and/or working conditions)
Education and Experience
Bachelor’s degree in relevant field of assignment, Master’s degree preferred AND five years of progressively responsible professional experience in program administration, with at least four year in area of assignment including supervisory or managerial experience; OR
Any combination of education and experience which provides the applicant with the desired skills, knowledge, and ability required to perform the job.
Licenses, Certificates and Other
Valid Oregon State Driver’s License with an acceptable driving record. Professional licenses and certificates may be required for specific positions.
Physical Demands (Performance of the essential duties of this position includes the following physical demands and/or working conditions)
Typically requires climbing, stooping, kneeling, crouching, reaching, standing, walking, sitting, lifting, fingering, grasping, talking, hearing, seeing, and repetitive motions. Requires exerting up to 20 pounds frequently, 50 pounds occasionally, of force to move objects. Minimum physical effort is required. Some positions require driving.
Work is generally performed in an office environment and may include exposure to disruptive people.
Additional Salary Information: Jackson County provides an excellent, generous and comprehensive benefits package for eligible employees and their dependents, as applicable.
Jackson County government strives to provide outstanding public service. We have been on the cutting-edge of local governments with our efforts for strategic planning, award-winning financial planning, budgeting and record keeping, and citizen involvement. Our goal is to be the best County government in the United States. We encourage all of our employees to treat every mem...ber of the public as a valued customer, and we believe our employees share a commitment to outstanding public service that is rare in government.
Jackson County aims for a less bureaucratic/more entrepreneurial, less tradition-bound/more flexible approach to government. We take pride in our work and are privileged to serve some of the friendliest, most unique and independent people in the United States.
Jackson County is governed by a three-member Board of Commissioners who are nominated and elected from the County at large, serving four-year overlapping terms. The County Administrator, a position created by ordinance, is appointed by and reports to the County Commissioners.
Jackson County’s mission is to provide public services that protect and enhance the quality of life in the County, as determined by the people, laws, and available resources.
Goals (in no particular order):
•Protect the health, safety, and well-being of all citizens.
•Serve all citizens fairly and ensure access to County government.
•Provide opportunities for all citizens to prosper by promoting the economic development of the area.
•Strengthen cooperation between public agencies.
•Work to enhance the natural and man-made attractiveness of the area.
•Encourage citizen understanding and participation in County government.
•Make recreational, learning, and cultural opportunities accessible and available.
•Provide and maintain multiple transportation systems.
•Promote employee pride, high standards of performance, and productivity.
•Make the best use of Jackson County’s human and material resources.
•Maintain public records to provide financial, historical, and statistical information.
•Plan for the future.