This is a senior level position focused on executing strategies toward goal accomplishment and customer service objectives involving revenue management activities, concession programs, growth initiatives, airport real estate, leasing and parking revenue. Oversees business assets, coordinates airport asset development priorities including business objectives, financial forecasts, operational projections, budget and work practices. Interfaces with division heads, law department, local development agencies, airport managers, airlines, concessionaires, tenants, and airport customers. Initiates, negotiates, reviews and analyzes contracts and other agreements. Illustrates documents including requests for qualifications, requests for proposals, requests for bids, consultant and professional agreements, concession agreements (rental car, food and beverage, news and gift, etc.), real estate agreements, easements, rights-of-way, facility maintenance and general services agreements, special events, real estate appraisals, ordinance request and fact sheets. Manages and oversees all staff members in the division; establishes task ownership and accountability; coaches and counsels staff; resolves situations, conflicts, and delivers successful interventions.
REQUIRES an accredited Bachelor's degree in Accounting, Aviation Management, Business Administration, Public Administration, Real Estate Management, Economics, Finance or related field AND a minimum of five (5) years of professional experience in business development, property management, contract management, aviation management or related field. Must successfully complete a 10-year FAA background check. Preference given to candidates with a Master's degree in one of the required disciplines.
Application Deadline Date: September 13, 2021
Internal Number: 513565
About City of Kansas City, MO; Aviation Department
Our main responsibility is the management of the airport. Our organization consists of approximately 450 employees. We offer an excellent benefits package that includes paid holidays, accrued vacation and sick leave, a pension plan that begins on the first day of employment, supplemental life insurance, dependent life insurance, various health insurance providers, dental insurance, vision insurance, short and long term disability insurance, long term care, and flexible spending accounts for medical, dependent, and transportation.
The City of Kansas City, Missouri is an equal opportunity employer committed to a diverse workforce.