Airport Manager/Exec. Dir./Pres./Ceo, Airport Planning, Business Development
4 Year Degree
The Manager, Safety Management System is an integral component of the Metropolitan Airports Commission's (MAC) focus on safety for our system of airports and, specifically, for the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport to ensure compliance and promote a safe environment. This position develops and maintains the Airport Safety Management System (SMS) program consistent with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) proposed rule for MAC, airport tenants and stakeholders and guides and directs the planning, implementation and operation of the SMS.
To apply please visit our website: https://metroairports.org
Applications will be accepted until 3:00 p.m. on Friday, December 28, 2018.
Bachelor's degree in airport operations, business management or a related field
Five years of experience in air operations or safety and risk management in a regulatory agency, airport or similar industrial facility, including administrative experience that included plan design, implementation, on-going review and cost management
Prior experience in the planning, design, implementation and management of a SMS
Ability to maintain strict confidentiality regarding safety and employee information
Demonstrated ability to analyze workflow processes and recommend solutions
Excellent interpersonal and diplomacy skills
Intermediate skill level using Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint
Ability to respond to accidents and/or safety incidents any time of the day
Valid driver's license and reliable vehicle to commute between job sites
Master's degree in a related field
Previous experience with Part 139 airport operations standards
Strong knowledge of aviation safety as it relates to FAA, DOT, OSHA, etc.
Previous experience developing employee safety training programs
Previous supervisory experience
Accreditation(s) from American Association of Airport Executives and/or International Airport Management Accreditation Program
For an overview of the benefits offered by the Metropolitan Airports Commission, please follow the Benefits link.
Manager, Airport Safety Management System Supplemental Questionnaire
Do you have a bachelor's degree in airport operations, business management or a related field?
Do you have five years of experience in air operations or safety and risk management in a regulatory agency, airport or similar industrial facility, including administrative experience that included plan design, implementation, on-going review and cost management?
Please describe your experience in air operations or safety and risk management in a regulatory agency, airport or similar industrial facility.
Do you have experience planning, designing, implementing and managing a SMS?
Please describe your SMS experience.
Do you have an intermediate skill level using Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint?
Are you willing and able to respond to accidents and/or safety incidents any time of the day?
Do you have a valid driver's license and a reliable vehicle to commute between job sites?
Please describe your experience with Part 139 airport operations standards.
Please describe your knowledge and experience with aviation safety as it relates to FAA, DOT, OSHA, etc.
Describe your experience developing employee safety training programs.
Do you have previous supervisory experience?
Do you have an Accreditation(s) from the American Association of Airport Executives and/or International Airport Management Accreditation Program?
* Required Question
MN Data Practices
The Metropolitan Airports Commission (MAC) collects information from applicants for the purposes of determining employment suitability. Applicants are not legally required to provide the requested information. However, information not provided, other than race, gender, or disability, may prevent MAC from being able to consider the application or determine the applicant's suitability for the position. The information collected may be classified as public or private data under the MGDPA. "Public" means that data is available upon request. "Private" means the data is only available to the person the information is about, and to those who must see it in the course of conducting MAC business and as otherwise provided for by law.
About Metropolitan Airports Commission
The Metropolitan Airports Commission (MAC) is dedicated to providing services that consistently exceed the expectations of its customers. Whether it's providing exciting shopping and healthy dining options at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport (MSP), plowing snow from one of its seven airports' runways, designing and building sustainable facilities, or ensuring the organization's long-term financial strength, the MAC strives to fulfill its vision statement: Providing your best airport experience.