This position is a member of the Palm Springs International Airport and performs a full range of Airside, Landside and Airport Control Center duties. This position is responsible for variety of complex Airport Control Center functions including; security and access control, emergency response, and records system. Duties include:
Conduct airfield inspections in accordance with 14 CFR Part 139. Compose, maintain, and review a variety of reports, records, and logs. Operate a variety of airport security and operations equipment including the Airport Badging system and equipment, security access control system (SACS), and the closed circuit television system. Distribute badges and vehicle permits. Determine airfield conditions and issue NOTAMs as appropriate Conduct routine inspections of facilities and surrounding areas. Ensure compliance with applicable rules and regulations. Serve as the airport's central point of contact for tenants and outside agencies.
Two (2) years of Aviation (Airport, Airline) experience including working exposure to a communications center is required.
Experience with direct flight operations duties for an airport, airline, or aviation environment is preferred.
Experience in aviation security, emergency management/response, compliance, or maintenance of airside facilities is preferred.
High school diploma or equivalent education is required.
Specialized training in airport operations is preferred.
A Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in Airport Administration/Operations, Aviation Management/Administration, Air Traffic Control, or related field; or any combination of education and experience that provides equivalent knowledge, skills, and abilities is preferred and may be substituted for two (2) year of work experience.
License or Certificates
Possession of, or ability to obtain, a valid California Driver License with a satisfactory driving record (a driving record may be deemed unsatisfactory for any of the following reasons: three or more moving violations or reportable accident within the last three years; conviction of driving under the influence within the last five years) is required.
Possession of, or ability to obtain, an Airport Security Identification Display Area (SIDA) Badge, which is approved through the Federal Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is required.
Possession of, or the ability to obtain, a CPR Certification is required.
Completion of Airport Certified Employee (ACE) credential is preferred.
About Palm Springs International Airport - City of Palm Springs
Palm Springs International Airport is owned by the City of Palm Springs and serves the Coachella Valley region which includes nine resort cities. PSP hosts thirteen airlines with non-stop flights to more than 20 destinations and which include major hubs offering travel possibilities to over 500 cities worldwide. The airport consists of 76 employees who oversee 70K annual aircraft operations and nearly 1.5 million passengers annually.