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Under the direction of the airport manager, assists with all aspects of airport administration including budget and procurement, airport security, and lands and leasing activities. The Deputy Airport Manager is assigned to the partially exempt service and serves at the pleasure of the Airport Manager.
This position is open until filled. We have one vacancy to fill. We are reviewing applicants and inviting qualified individuals to participate in our selection process as they apply. If you have applied after the vacant position is filled, you will be notified. We encourage all applicants who are interested in this position to apply in a timely fashion.
WHO WE ARE LOOKING FOR
The right fit for this position will have the following characteristics:
Have a strong work ethic and desire to learn.
Are able to be polite and courteous to the public.
Are situationally aware and conscious of safety.
Motivated to perform high-quality work.
Can be available for on-call responses to emergencies.
Excellent written and verbal communication.
Consistent, timely, and conscientious.
THE BENEFITS OF JOINING OUR TEAM
The CBJ has a generous benefits package that includes: 12 paid holidays, 21 days of personal leave the first year, exceptional health and wellness benefits, and participation in the State of Alaska Public Employee Retirement System. Both salary and leave accrual are subject to regular increases based on service with the organization.
WORKING HOURS AND LOCATION
This position typically works Monday through Friday from 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM. Your office would be located in the Airport Administration Office. Must be available for after-hours meetings and emergency call out work.
Oversees security enforcement and compliance issues including controlling access to all parts of the airport by issuing badges for employees, tenants, vendors and visitors; conducts background verification where required.
Develops and monitors the airport budget; tracks and accounts for expenditures; oversees requests for proposals and procurement issues; represents the airport at meetings with the Airport Board and the CBJ Assembly.
Oversees the Airport’s Disadvantage Business Enterprise (DBE) and Airport Concession Disadvantage Business Enterprise (ACDBE) programs and submits required program updates, goals and reports as required by the Federal aviation Administration (FAA).
Represents the airport’s interests with Transportation Security Administration (TSA), FAA and other state, local and federal agencies; investigates and resolves disputes and compliance issues.
Assists and coordinates airport leasing activities; develops and updates the airport leasing policy and procedures; monitors and proposes regulation adoption and implementation; reviews lease agreements for consistency; represents the airport in contract negotiations; resolves tenant disputes and contractual conflicts; meets with tenants on fiscal planning and budgetary issues.
Recruits, selects, trains, and supervises assigned professional staff; develops work schedules; assigns duties based on ability and experience; evaluates performance and provides or arranges for training.
Assists with reviewing, investigating and resolving complaints received by the airport. Acts as Airport Manager in that person’s absence, including acting as Airport Incident Commander in the event of an emergency.