BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT DIVISION The Division responsible for creating, implementing and managing all commercial real property contracts licenses and leases involving John Wayne Airport. Also evaluates and assesses the effectiveness of business partner relationships to ensure a high level of customer service, safety, security and efficient operations. To support these functions, the division is comprised of Asset Management and Insurance Units. JWA's is in compliance with all Local, State and Federal laws, ordinances and environmental regulations.
THE OPPORTUNITY The position will perform highly complex work related to airport property acquisitions, commercial/retail real estate appraisals, requests for proposals (RFP), leases, contracts, and property management functions related to the airlines, concessions, general aviation, real estate and ground transportation that directly affect the daily operations of the airport.
DESIRABLE QUALIFICATION & CORE COMPETENCIES The ideal candidate will demonstrate four (4) or more years of airport property management experience, including airport concessions and/or airport property management leasing development and possess an Associate's degree or higher in Real Estate, Management, or other related field. The possession of a California Real Estate license, Property Management certification, Commercial Real Estate certification and/or a certificate from the Project Management Professional (PMP), or other industry related certification(s) is preferred but not required.
About John Wayne Airport
John Wayne Airport (JWA) is a modern, 20 gate, medium hub commercial service and general aviation airport owned and operated by the County of Orange. We are located in a vibrant and economically viable area of Southern California and home to seven commercial and one commuter airline, two all-cargo carriers, two full service fixed-based operators, and over 450 general aviation aircraft. John Wayne Airport operates as an enterprise fund, self-supported through revenues it generates and receives no monies from the County General Fund. These revenues are utilized to operate the Airport, provide for repayment of revenue bonds, fund facility capital improvements and maintenance projects, and support aviation planning.