Education/Formal Training and Experience:
- Bachelor's degree from an accredited four-year college or university in Aviation/Airport Management, Public or Business Administration, and three years of experience at a commercial service airport of similar or larger size.
- Degree may be substituted for year for year experience in Airport Operations at a commercial service airport of similar or larger size.
- Or, any combination of education, training and experience that provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform the essential functions of the job.
Licenses, Certifications & Other Requirements:
- AAAE Airport Certified Employee – Operations and Security.
- AAAE Basic ASOS and Advanced ASOS.
- NIMS-700, NIMS-800, ICS-100, ICS-200, ICS-300, ICS-400, IS-907.
- ARFF certification as per FAR Part 139. Annual recertification every 12 months.
- Airport Security Coordinator (ASC).
- Movement Area Qualified.
- Private pilot’s license preferred.
- Valid Colorado Commercial Drivers’ License.
- Acceptable Motor Vehicle Record.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
- Airside and landside snow removal processes and procedures.
- Emergency Management processes and procedures.
- Commercial airport operations.
- Record keeping, report preparation, filing methods and records management techniques.
- General office procedures, policies and practices, as well as basic knowledge of computer and other general office equipment.
- Methods and techniques of research and report generation.
- Researching, compiling, and summarizing a variety of informational and statistical data and materials.
- Applying logical thinking to solve problems or accomplish tasks; to understand, interpret and communicate complicated policies, procedures and protocols.
- Correct English usage, including spelling, grammar, punctuation, and vocabulary. Communicating clearly and effectively in English, orally and in writing.
- Organizing work, meeting critical deadlines, and following up assignments with a minimum of direction.
- All applicable state, Federal Aviation Administration Part 139, Transportation Security Administration 49 CFR Part 1542 and local laws, rules and regulations.
- Identifying and analyzing a variety of airport-related issues and making recommendations for their resolution.
- Using tact, discretion, initiative and independent judgment.
- Excellent customer service techniques.
- Planning, organizing, assigning, directing, reviewing and evaluating the work of staff.
- Selecting and motivating staff and providing for their training and professional development.
- Using PCs with proficiency in document/file management, word-processing, database management, email usage and Internet browsers.
- Operating heavy equipment to include snowplows, front-end loaders, runway brooms, snow blowers, tractors.
Mental and Physical Abilities:
- Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with a variety of individuals.
- Ability to maintain a courteous and helpful manner in dealing with the public, tenants and other airport users, including conflict resolution.
- Ability to confer with the public and provide accurate information regarding the Airport.
- Ability to read and interpret pertinent federal, state and local statutes and regulations.
- Self-motivating and self-starting.
- While performing the essential functions of the job, the employee is frequently required to speak, hear, sit and walk; to lift and/or move 10 pounds; occasionally required to stand; climb or balance, stoop; kneel crouch or crawl; use hands to finger, handle, or feel; reach with hands and arms; taste or smell; lift and/or move up to 20 pounds; frequently required to use close and distant vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus.
- Work is performed frequently in both outdoor and indoor environments. Outdoor environments include exposures to summer and winter temperatures. Indoor environment is typically an office environment.
- The employee’s working conditions are typically moderately loud and occasionally very loud.
- The employee’s working conditions involve occasional exposure to high, precarious places, fumes or airborne particles, and vibration.
- The employee is required to work a schedule that rotates and may include weekends, evenings and holidays. Employee must be able to work schedules as assigned, and must be available for call-out during emergencies, inclement weather or other critical events and to cover staff shortages due to vacations, sick calls, etc.
- No unusual physical demands are associated with this position.
$22.04 to $25.90 per hour dependent upon qualifications.
This job description should not be interpreted as all-inclusive. It is intended to identify the essential functions and requirements of this job. Incumbents may be requested to perform job-related responsibilities and tasks other than those stated in this specification. Any essential function or requirement of this class will be evaluated as necessary should an incumbent/applicant be unable to perform the function or requirement due to a disability as defined by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Reasonable accommodation for the specific disability will be made for the incumbent/applicant when possible.