Airside-Inspects airfield for compliance with FAA and TSA regulations pertaining to federal standards and requirements to ensure the operational readiness and security of the airport. Typical duties include: escorts aircraft and equipment, monitors construction on the air operations area to ensure compliance with local airport and federal aviation requirements, coordinates opening/closing of movement areas with ATC and airfield tenants to ensure safety of people and aircraft, other duties as assigned. Security-Inspects airport in compliance with TSA requirements, operates/monitors the Airport Access Control System, other duties as assigned. Landside-Inspects terminal areas, responds to passenger incidents, assists with terminal related security matters, other duties as assigned. Acts as liaison between the Department and the tenants to provide information and service to tenants regarding the use of airport facilities. Position may also conduct required training classes associated with 139 and 1542 duties and requirements.
Applications accepted May 20, 2018 through May 26, 2018.
Two (2) years experience in aviation, airport operations, airport inspections, airport facility inspections or airport/airline security. Requires knowledge of FAA Regulations; pertaining to public use airport facilities and inspection procedures. Microsoft Office or similar software skills, effective public relations skills, valid driver’s license and good driving record are required. Must be able to work assigned varying shifts including days, evening, nights, weekends and holidays and pass TSA background check. May be subject to 24/7 emergency callouts. Knowledge of CFR (Code of Federal Regulations) Part 139, 1540 and 1542 is a plus. Per FAA Advisory Circular 150/5210-20, selected candidate must be able to demonstrate a functional knowledge of the English language. Knowledge of FAA regulations pertaining to public use airport facilities and inspection procedures. Knowledge of basic computer skills, MS Word, Excel and PowerPoint software skills. Effective oral and written communication skills. Ability to operate airport video recording systems. Ability to effectively communicate with the general public. Ability to effectively liaison with personnel from other airport entities. Ability to operate and complete assignments in an independent manner or in a team environment.
High school diploma or equivalent. Associate’s or higher degree in Aviation Management, Air Traffic Control, Aviation Technology fields or Professional Pilot license will substitute for the required experience.
To apply: visit the City of Dallas website: www.dallascityhall.com and select "jobs" for further directions.
About City of Dallas, Department of Aviation, Love Field
The City of Dallas owns and operates Dallas Love Field, one of the finest general-purpose airports in the world. Love Field has a unique balance of commercial air service and general aviation operations. Love Field is proud to be the corporate headquarters for Southwest Airlines, six full service FBOs, and multiple corporate aviation facilities. The Department of Aviation employs a staff of approximately 120, and operates three aviation facilities: Love Field, Dallas Executive Airport (general aviation), and the downtown heliport. For additional information on Love Field, please visit our website: www.dallas-lovefield.com