At the Direction of the Airport Facilities & Operations Supervisor, acts as airport management’s representative in the enforcement of airport regulations, resolving problems/queries with established operating procedures and security protocols. Operations Coordinator conducts airfield inspections, identifying and reporting all deficiencies and/or irregularities found on the AOA, associated lighting and NAVAID systems. Responsible for identifying, preventing and/or removing all hazards to aviation including FOD, wildlife, AOA incursions, unauthorized vehicle and pedestrian entry, and disabled aircraft. Issues and records all NOTAMS. Investigates and logs all aircraft noise complaints. Oversee daily construction activities as scheduled, ensure safety of operations areas around construction site, and report all construction activities to management. Acts as liaison between airport and tenants regarding airport construction activities and operational hazards.
Average hours per workday are 8 hours. Shifts are variable and some rotate. Breaks are permitted but are unscheduled, however may be regularly interrupted. Overtime is required occasionally. During long term events such as snow storms employees may be required to report to work on short notice, and required to be on duty for several days. Sleep and breaks will be permitted at regular intervals.
In a normal work-day, the employee may be required to combine standing and walking 70%-100% of a shift; lift up to 35 pounds frequently and up to 50 pounds occasionally; bend frequently; squat, kneel, climb stairs, reach above shoulder level and lift from high/low positions occasionally; bend and push/pull frequently.
Sensory requirements are speech to communicate with others in fluent English. Also required are vision to visually assess runway conditions, the ability to read and write in English, and hearing sufficient to listen to aircraft radios and coworkers.
Operations Coordinators may be exposed to temperatures that will range from extreme cold to extreme heat. Operations Coordinators may have prolonged exposure to sunlight, rain, sleet, snow and other elements on a regular basis.
While every effort is made to ensure employee safety such employees may be exposed to petroleum products, cleaning products, animal remains, and other hazardous materials.
Must be able to operate a vehicle at all times. The operation of large vehicles, fork lifts, and other machinery will be required.
Must be able to multi-task. Typical examples are operating computer programs while simultaneously listening to an aircraft radio and documenting transient landings.
Must be able to operate a vehicle while simultaneously scanning the runway, communicating with the air traffic control tower and at times with the Operations or Facilities Department and/or management personnel.
Resume and Cover letter can be submitted to email@example.com or submitted through the AAAE site.
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About Morristown Airport
D.M. AIRPORTS, LTD. is a successful private airport management company that has operated Morristown Airport (MMU) located in Morristown New Jersey since 1982. MMU is a General Aviation facility that serves as a reliever airport to Newark Liberty International Airport, and is home to numerous Fortune 500 Corporations.