The Metropolitan Nashville Airport Authority (MNAA) is seeking an Assistant Vice President, Strategic Planning who will be responsible for organizational strategy, planning, land use, and master planning. Other responsibilities include overseeing short- and long-term planning efforts to set organizational direction and meeting with business and civic leaders to discuss technical matters and future planning endeavors
The successful candidate will have a bachelor’s degree in engineering, planning or a related field and over ten (10) years of management experience, including project management, engineering, planning, strategy development or related experience. Preferred qualifications include a master’s degree in engineering, planning, business management, or related field, and commercial airport experience.
Posting Deadline: June 29, 2018.
Bachelor’s degree in engineering, planning or a related field
Over ten (10) years of management experience, including project management, engineering, planning, strategy development or related experience.
Master’s degree in engineering, planning, business management, or related field
Commercial airport experience.
Licenses and certifications that are preferred include:
Professional Engineer (PE) certification
American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP) certification, and/or
American Association of Airport Executives (AAAE) certification
Additional Salary Information: The salary range for this position is $135,000 to $150,000 with an exceptional benefit package. In addition to base salary, the incumbent is eligible for a 12% bonus, and a DC plan contribution of 10% annually, if the employee contributes 1% into the plan.
About Metropolitan Nashville Airport Authority (MNAA)
The MNAA is a quasi-governmental entity, an independent Authority, with two principal functions. The first is planning, construction, operation, and management of Nashville International (BNA) and John C. Tune (JWN) Airports. The second is to assure promotion and development of commerce and industry though air transportation. MNAA owns and operates its facilities without the benefit of local property tax dollars.
BNA’s properties include more than 4,500 acres, an 820,000 square foot passenger terminal, and four runways with the largest being 11,000 feet. BNA is served by 12 airlines operating to 48 non-stop markets. Total passengers at BNA were nearly 10 million in FY 2011, and nearly 44,000 tons of cargo were handled. Total operations were near 175,000 for the year. BNA also serves over 180 based general aviation aircraft as well as the Tennessee Air National Guard. The FY 2012 operating budget is $67,625,394 and the capital improvement budget is $19,588,000.