The City of Pocatello is currently accepting applications for an Airport Manager. This position oversees the staff and operations of the Pocatello Regional Airport and works closely with the Airport Commission citizen advisory board as well as the Mayor and City Council. This position is responsible for compliance with FAR Part 139 and CFR 1542, capital improvement program, and economic development of airport property. Requires a Bachelor’s degree in business management, public administration, or related field. Three to five years’ experience in airport administration/operations is preferred. Must currently be, or have the ability to become, a AAAE Certified Member within eighteen months and be able to pass a Security Threat Assessment and CHRC. Online application with the City of Pocatello is required. Position is open until filled. Starting pay range is $66,518 - $71,718 plus a complete benefits package. To view a full job description or apply, go to cityjobs.pocatello.us
The City is looking for an individual with strong leadership skills, who has significant experience working in the airport industry and with FAR Part 139. The successful candidate will have a demonstrated ability to provide innovative solutions to problems, excellent interpersonal skills, written and verbal communication skills, and a customer service orientation. The position requires an Idaho driver’s license. Equivalent combinations of education and experience which demonstrates the ability to perform duties of the position may be considered.
The City of Pocatello, with a population of 54,746, is located in a beautiful valley in southeast Idaho with an abundance of outdoor recreation opportunities and is home to Idaho State University. Pocatello Regional Airport has daily commercial service on Delta Airlines. With two record-breaking years in a row, total passenger count for 2017 was just over 78,000. Pocatello Regional airport supports a high level of general aviation activity, with modern maintenance and repair facilities, a separate general aviation terminal, private business jet or turboprop charters and air attack fire-fighting facilities for fixed wing and helicopter. The airport is also home to a business park with superb interstate, rail and air transportation access, with numerous tenants leasing non-aeronautical property.