Responsible for the oversight of the policies and procedures, departmental safety and functional training, departmental budget creation and reconciliation; and Computerized Maintenance Management Systems (CMMS). Work is performed under the direct supervision of the senior manager, maintenance resources and contracts and the department director. This employee will serve as the direct supervisor of the department's CMMS supervisor and budget coordinator. Employee will work closely with the section managers and department personnel to develop, manage, maintain and provide oversight of the many policies and procedures; and develop, implement and update predictive maintenance programs. Employee must possess the understanding and knowledge of budgetary and purchasing policies and procedures, training programs and safety standards to implement a departmental safety and functional training program. All training shall be done in accordance with FAA, federal and state requirements as applicable by law.
Employee must be familiar with and have a good understanding of the airport's mechanical systems, including passenger boarding bridges, HVAC, building automation, security, fire protection, airfield lighting, FAA Part 139 compliance, department budget, CMMS, predictive maintenance programs and warehouse operations.
Knowledge, Abilities and Skills:Highly proficient in the use of various computer applications, including computerized maintenance management systems, database reporting systems, Microsoft Office and G Suite. Must be able to work independently and retain/recall facts and information when needed. Must be computer and systems literate and possess a good command of the English language with the ability for clear, concise written communications. Must possess excellent verbal communication skills and diplomacy and show a willingness to maintain harmonious relations with Port Authority staff, managers and airport personnel. Shall possess the ability to plan ahead, establish and maintain an accurate and efficient recordkeeping system.
Training and Experience:High school diploma/GED required; and seven years of related experience, which may include building trades, general maintenance, general construction, airport systems, supervisory experience and applicable FAA regulations preferred or a combination of related education, training and experience may be considered. A bachelor's degree from an accredited college in business management, airport management or related field is highly desired. Valid Florida driver's license required. American Association of Airport Executive A.A.E. or C.M. preferred.
RSW served nearly 9.4 million passengers in 2018 and is one of the top 50 U.S. airports for passenger traffic. Today, 15 airline partners serve RSW with nonstop service throughout North America and international service to Canada and Germany. With flights to major gateways like Atlanta, Chicago, New York and more, travelers have access to convenient connections worldwide.