This position will report to and assist the Deputy Director as assigned in the performance of planning and programming airport improvement projects that will be funded with federal and state funds; work directly with airport sponsors to meet the Federal Aviation Administration’s standards, policies, and procedures; and administer various aviation programs.
A more detailed job description can be found on OAC's website at https://oac.ok.gov.
The Aviation Program Manager II position requires a Bachelor’s degree, preferably in aviation, airport management, planning, GIS, or a related field, and three years of relevant aviation/airport work experience.
If unable to fill this position as an Aviation Program Manager II, consideration may be made to fill it as an Aviation Program Manager I. An Aviation Program Manager I position requires a Bachelor’s degree in aviation, airport management, planning, GIS, or a related aviation field.
About Oklahoma Aeronautics Commission
The Oklahoma Aeronautics Commission's mission is to promote aviation, which includes ensuring that the needs of commerce and communities across Oklahoma are met by the state's 108 public airports that comprise the state’s air transportation system, and ensuring the growth and vitality of the state's aerospace industry.