Montgomery-Gibbs Executive Airport (MYF) and Brown Field Airport (SDM). The Airports Program Manager is a management-level position. Under the direction of the Airports Division Deputy Director, the Airports Program Manager will be responsible all airport planning, noise and environmental programs. Specific duties include, but are not limited to: Managing and maintaining an airport noise program in compliance with City regulations, including responding to noise and safety concerns and complaints; Coordinating Airport Capital Improvement Program projects with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA); Administering airport grants with the FAA and California Department of Transportation, Division of Aeronautics (Caltrans); Ensuring Airport Layout Plans and Airport Master Plans are valid and current; Coordinating off-airport projects to ensure airport compatibility; Managing and maintaining airport environmental programs and initiatives; Organizing Airports Advisory Committee (AAC) meetings; Presenting airport programs to City Council, the Management Team, and community forums; Maintaining a high-level of technical expertise in airport management.
Bachelor's Degree in airport management, public administration, business administration, business management, or a related field, and
Five (5) years of experience involved in airport management, airport planning, airport program management, or airport project management.
Experience and knowledge with Airport Improvement Project (AIP) grant processes and enforcement.
A pilot's license and/or ratings and/or American Association of Airport Executives accreditation are highly desirable.