The Vice President of Management and Operations (VP) will enhance the MAC's capacity to fulfill its mission and vision by overseeing the operational efficiency and financial stability of the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport (MSP) and six general aviation airports to leverage the MAC's past successes and position it for a vibrant, growth-oriented future as an essential economic engine for the region's businesses and communities. The VP will use his or her leadership skills to provide the overall direction and guidance to several operational functions including MSP Airport Operations and Administration, MSP Field Maintenance, Landside and Airside Operations, International Facilities and the MAC Reliever Airport System of Operations as well as maintenance and administration. This position reports to the Chief Operating Officer and works closely with senior staff members.
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Bachelor's Degree in Aviation-related discipline, Business Administration, Public Administration or a related field.
Ten years of progressively responsible experience in airport or airline administration as a leader in a large organization responsible for administration of a key role or department.
Demonstrated experience of successful support of and interaction with elected and/or appointed boards, councils or committees.
Demands excellence, sets performance criteria, detail oriented and holds people accountable.
Excellent leadership skills, collaborative work style, relationship-building skills, sets good leadership examples, cultivates these attributes in others, effectively manages multiple projects while managing conflicting interests, demonstrates courage under pressure to act decisively, but not unilaterally, instead, seeking consensus of executive leadership on sensitive issues.
Excellent written and oral communication skills including experience with effective presentations to large groups.
Possession of a valid driver's license.
Successful completion of a comprehensive background investigation.
Master's Degree in an Aviation-related discipline, Business Administration, Public Administration or a related field.
Ten or more years of public or private administration experience as a senior leader in a large organization with direct leadership of airport or airline operations.
Large hub airport management or operational experience.
Experience with the National Incident Management System components and the ability to respond to and lead emergency incidents.
Demonstrated pattern of successful interaction with airline management personnel.
Demonstrated pattern of providing strategic leadership and vision to staff groups involving major projects and strategic initiatives.
Experience working with FAA documentation requirements, SMS processes and safety risk management procedures.
Pilot's license and experience with air traffic control and instrument procedures.
Experience working in a well-established customer service-focused environment.