Under the direction of the Airport Operations Manager, responsible for initial and recurrent ARFF, Part 139 within the Operations and Maintenance departments. Ensures airport compliance with safety standards, corporate policies. •Supports the Airport Operations Manager in day-to-day functions of the Operations Department. •Maintain and prepare all documentation for the annual FAR 139 Certification. •Collaborates with management to develop, implement and oversee safety procedures and training programs, coordinating efforts with Corporate Office, as necessary. •Available and able to cover Airport Operations Shifts including mandatory overtime. •Assist with snow removal operations and aircraft rescue and firefighting on their assigned shift, report discrepancies, create work orders and issue NOTAMS. •Responds to emergencies involving aircraft, personnel, security and other incidents and carries out the Airport’s Emergency Plan. •Support and assist the efforts of the other airport departments. •All other administrative and operational duties assigned by management.
Four year degree required (preferred aviation related field)
Minimum 3 years of direct experience with Airport Operations
Previous ARFF experience highly preferred
Experience with safety programs and FAR Part 139 training preferred
Must possess effective communication skills, ability to supervise in a complex environment without direct supervision
Above average computer skills, with considerable experience with databases, are desirable for this position
Must be able to pass a criminal background check and obtain and maintain federally mandated security clearances required to work at a commercial airport