Responsible for the safe and efficient operation and overall security of the Air Operations Area (AOA) and airside terminal complexes at Orlando International Airport. Monitor all activities on the AOA and airside terminal complexes and enforce best safety practices. Confirm compliance with Federal Aviation Regulations, Code of Federal Regulations and Greater Orlando Aviation Authority policies and procedures. Perform daily inspections of all runways, taxiways, ramps and associated safety areas and perimeter fences. Respond to all aircraft/emergency situations on AOA and perimeter areas. Perform wildlife management functions on all airport properties. Teach AOA Driver and Movement Area Driver training classes. Perform other duties as assigned.
Bachelor degree in Aviation/Airport Management, Business, Public Administration or related field and two (2) years aviation experience in an area specifically related to airfield operations, or an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience.
Must have strong familiarity with airline/airport ground and flight operations, and Movement Area terminology and procedures.
Working knowledge of Advisory Circular Series 150, Federal Aviation Regulations (FARs) Parts 139, 77 and CFR Parts 1540 and 1542.
Working knowledge of Microsoft office to include Word, PowerPoint and Outlook, strong multi-tasking and communication skills and the ability to use a two-way radio including speaking clearly in English required.
Must be able and willing to work rotating shifts, holidays and weekends.
Valid Florida driver’s license required.
About Greater Orlando Aviation Authority (GOAA)
The Greater Orlando Aviation Authority (GOAA) operates OIA and the Orlando Executive Airport. Our airport is a world-class facility serving more than 43 million guests each year and growing. Orlando International Airport (OIA) is the second largest airport in Florida, the 13th busiest in the United States and the 41st in the world ranked by the transportation resource, catalyst and hub in the State of Florida. The number of passengers during calendar year 2016 according to Airports Council International North America (ACI).
The Orlando International and Orlando Executive Aiports are managed by the Greater Orlando Aviation Authority (GOAA), which consists of a seven-member board; five of which are appointed by the Governor of the State of Florida, one member from the Orlando City Council and one member from the Orange County Commission. An Executive Director who is appointed by the Authority Board manages sthe Airport System.
A total of 13,297 acres (5,381 hectares/21 square miles) comprises the airport property, making it the third largest in landmass within the United States.
The Greater Orlando Aviation Authority offers a comprehensive benefits package.
• Pai...d Vacation, Holiday, Sick and Personal Leave Days • Retirement Plan with Company Match • Health, Dental, and Vision Insurance • Wellness Programs • Short Term Disability, Long Term Disability and Life Insurance • Employee Assistance Program • Education Reimbursement • Employee Discounts • Employee Recognition Program• Management Leave