The Operations Officer, with guidance from Senior Operations Officers, conducts daily inspections, patrols and other functions associated with Airport Operations, which assures the Airport’s compliance with Federal, State and Local regulations. •Responsible for conducting inspections and reporting any condition which may affect safe operations of air carrier aircraft: i.e., pavement conditions; safety areas; marking and lighting; unpaved areas; snow, ice conditions; aircraft rescue and fire fighting capability; handling and storage of hazardous materials; traffic and wind direction indicators; ground vehicle operations; wildlife hazards; obstructions; protection of NAVAIDs; identifying, marking and reporting construction areas; public protection are areas of primary concern during daily inspections in accordance with Federal Aviation Regulation 139. •Responsible for conducting security patrols of Air Operations Area (AOA), gates, doors or other areas allowing access to AOA in accordance with TSAR 1542 and other applicable publications, and assist NYS Police in law enforcement activities on Airport property.
Stewart International Airport. Must be a high school graduate or equivalent with five (5) years of airport experience, preferably in the Operations capacity. A college degree in Aviation Management may be substituted for up to four (4) years of experience.
Additional Salary Information: Commensurate with experience
About AFCO AvPORTS Management LLC
AvPORTS’ experience has been forged in the most developed and active aviation sector in the world. Our 90 years of U.S. aviation experience coupled with our current portfolio gives us an unassailable advantage in all aspects of airport management, operations, service delivery and a working familiarity with the FAA.
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