This critical role is responsible for all airfield /landside areas, pavement, security fence lines, landscaping, paint markings, lighting, and signage systems in compliance with FAR Part 139 standards and advisory circulars. Your knowledge and experience should include 1) concrete and asphalt repair; 2) irrigation system installation, repair and maintenance; 3) equipment/tools used in airfield and landscape maintenance trades; 4) herbicide and pesticide storage, application, record keeping and certification requirements; and 5) Federal Aviation Administration FAR Part 139 standards. A high school diploma or equivalent, a minimum of five years of progressively responsible experience in an airport environment at a FAR Part 139 airport), maintenance, or construction industry; and three years of supervisory experience.
Expected hiring range is $64,139 - $76,967
About Tucson Airport Authority
The Tucson Airport Authority is a unique nonprofit created and developed by business leaders and established by Arizona state charter in 1948. It operates Tucson International Airport (TUS), the region’s major commercial airport, and Ryan Airfield (RYN), a general aviation airport west of Tucson