Under the direction of the Assistant Director of Aviation, this position assists in the daily operation of the Rick Husband Amarillo International Airport. Duties include ensuring that the Department of Aviation and its' tenants are in compliance with federal, state, local and/or county regulations for the safe and orderly operation of the airport. Position is subject to twenty-four (24) hour work availability, including shift work, weekends, holidays, emergency calls, inclement weather, and special events. This position is considered weather essential personnel. This position will be considered entry-level management.
Requires a Bachelor's Degree in Aviation Management or a related field, with one year of experience at a commercial service airport preferred. NIMS ICS (National Incident Management System Incident Command System) 100, 200, 700, and 800 series training required or ability to obtain within 3 months of hire. American Association of Airport Executives (AAAE) Certified Member (CM) Airport Certified Employee (Ace), Ace Operations and Security, Airport Security Coordinator certificate, and Private Pilot's License preferred. Valid Texas Driver's License required. Must be able to pass a TSA background check for airport badging.
-Ability to use standard office equipment such as computers, multifunction printers and multiline phone systems. -Excellent oral and written communications, organizational and interpersonal skills. -Skill in using a computer or tablet for data entry, word processing and presentation development. -Skill in using various software packages including Microsoft Office Veoci, Everbridge, PAVER, NOTAM Manager, CCure, Google Earth, andother industry specific software packages. -Skill using hand tools and test and evaluation equipment, including, but not limited to, electronic decelerometers, measuring wheels, wildlife control devices, firearms, and multiple radio systems. -Ability to exercise mental alertness at all times, sound judgment under pressure and in an emergency stressful situation. -Demonstrated writing skills in the drafting and updating of detailed manuals, contract specifications, and reports without extensive editing or close supervision. -Ability to organize and host meetings and presentations both in person and via teleconference or videoconference.
The employee works in a dynamic indoor and outdoor work environment in all types of weather that may periodically have unpredicted requirements or demands. This position is "weather essential" ? work in inclement weather may be required. This position may require shift work on weekends, nights, and holidays. This position may require the ability to work 12 hour shifts, as necessary. This employee regularly makes decisions that could lead to major community or organizational consequences if the employee fails to make the appropriate decision at the time. Position is subject to twenty-four (24) hour work availability, including shift work, weekends, holidays, emergency calls, inclement weather, and special events. This position is considered weather essential personnel.
-Performs daily inspections of airside, landside, and terminal building at the airport to ensure compliance with local, state, and federal regulations. -Tests, evaluates, and reports runway conditions to Air Traffic Control during inclement weather. -Have a good understanding of the needs and concerns of the various airport users, including aircraft operators, concessionaires, FBO, and the general public. -Issues notices to airmen (NOTAMs) as required to appropriate agencies through monitoring of airfield conditions and equipment outages. -Responds to and provides guidance and direction during crisis, medical, security, and aircraft alerts. -Coordinates construction and maintenance in, on, or near the airport to ensure minimum interference with airport operations. -Manages snow removal operations during winter weather events. -Assures compliance with all airport policies and procedures; takes corrective and disciplinary actions as required. -Updates and revises forms, letters of agreement, manuals, and policies and procedures used by the airport to ensure compliance with local, state, and federal regulations. -Implements, develops and maintains programs as required by local, state, and federal regulations. -Develops, coordinates, and provides training as required by local, state, and federal regulations. -As necessary, provides escorts to authorized personnel and equipment onto the airfield and within both Sterile and Security Identification Display Areas (SIDA). -As necessary, performs airport facility and airfield tours. -Assists Assistant Director of Aviation with studies and projects involving construction, contracts, maintenance, marketing, planning, public relations, purchasing, and other facets of the department. -Alternant Airport Security Coordinator in the absence of the primary Airport Security Coordinator. -Provides guidance and supervision when required, including during the absence of the Director of Aviation, Deputy Director of Aviation, and Assistant Director of Aviation or Assistant Airport Manager, to the Department of Aviation Personnel. -Performs other job-related duties as assigned.
The City of Amarillo has a Commission-Manager form of government. This means that elected officials make policy decisions, and the staff, led by the City Manager, implements them. The Mayor and the four members of the City Commission are elected for two-year terms. They receive input from 34 boards and commissions. The City Manager is the chief administrative officer for the organization, responsible for carrying out the City Commission's policy decisions and directing the City's 2,000 employees.