The City of Philadelphia is seeking a Deputy Director of Aviation, Capital Development to direct the implementation of the Airport’s Capital Development Program (CDP) for the utilization of physical facilities for both Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) and Northeast Philadelphia Airport (PNE). This involves overseeing all aspects of the CDP effort, including planning, design, engineering, program and construction management, sustainability, and managing internal resources and third-party service providers and contractors.
The successful candidate will have a Bachelor’s degree in Engineering, Architecture, Planning, Business Administration, or related field, ten years of progressively responsible management experience in engineering, four years of which have been in a commercial airport environment. Prefer licensed professional engineer or certified planner.
Posting closes February 8, 2019.
Bachelor’s degree in Engineering, Architecture, Planning, Business Administration, or related field. Ten (10) years of progressively responsible management experience in engineering, four (4) years of which have been in a commercial airport environment.
Prefer licensed professional engineer or certified planner. Accreditation (AAE) by the American Association of Airport Executives or International Airport Professional (IAP) from Airports Council International is a plus.
Equivalent combination of closely related education, training, and experience that reflects possession of the required knowledge and skills needed for the position may be acceptable.
New hires must establish and maintain residency in the City of Philadelphia within 6 months of appointment and during tenure of employment.
Additional Salary Information: The starting salary range for this position is $ 129,230 up to the midpoint of $161,540. An attractive benefits package is provided.
About City of Philadelphia
The City of Philadelphia’s Division of Aviation
includes the Philadelphia International Airport
(PHL), the only major airport serving the nation’s
seventh largest metropolitan area, and the
Northeast Philadelphia Airport (PNE), the sixth
busiest airport in Pennsylvania. PHL is a large hub airport — the 19th busiest in
the U.S. — serving more than 81,000 daily and
nearly 30 million annual passengers.