Airside Operations, Fire Fighter/Crash Rescue, Safety
Position: Firefighter Department: Aircraft Rescue and Firefighting Work Location: Glacier Park International Airport/FMAA Application Deadline: Friday, March 28, 2019, by 2:00 pm Mountain Time Starting Pay: $17.00/hr (Under review for FY2020) Job Responsibilities: Under direct supervision of the Fire Chief and other officers, this position fulfills the requirements as set forth in 49 U.S.C. Part 139 by performing airport operations duties, aircraft rescue and firefighting response, emergency medical treatment, and peripheral security.
Incumbent must be able to pass a federal background check and security threat assessment, have and maintain a valid driver license, pass a pre-employment physical and drug screening; be able to work nights, weekends, holidays, travel for training, and work overtime as required. Incumbent must also be willing to work overnight shifts, fill-in shifts, and be available on-call.
Candidates must be highly motivated to learn and perform Airport Operations duties.
High school diploma or equivalent
Ability to complete initial or recurrent Aircraft Rescue and Firefighting course, as applicable
5 years ARFF or Airport Operations experience, or 3 years structural experience
Ability to obtain EMT license within 8 months of hire
Current ARFF certification
Prior airport operations experience
Current EMT license
Certifications from AAAE, ACI-NA, or other airport industry certifications
Glacier Park International Airport is a non-hub commercial service airport owned and operated by the Flathead Municipal Airport Authority. Located in the northwest corner of Montana, the airport is the gateway to Glacier National Park and the Canadian Rockies.