Job Details

Electrical and Revenue Control Manager

Port of Portland, Portland, OR

Job - Government

Close Date: 05/29/2020

POSITION: Electrical and Revenue Control Manager
SALARY: $80,897.00 - $126,433.00 Annually
CLOSING DATE: 5/29/20 05:00 PM

Since its inception, the Port of Portland has focused on enhancing the community economically, socially and environmentally. The Port operates multiple airports, business parks, and marine terminals that transport passengers and cargo to regional, national and international markets. An example of our commitment to the community is to provide an exceptional customer experience by ensuring our facilities operate at the highest standards. "A City within a City" Portland International Airport (PDX) has been ranked as America's Best Airport seven years in a row!

PDX is a unique workplace with complex technical systems. The Port is seeking an experienced Maintenance Operations leader to manage and direct our Electrical and Revenue Control team. Our Aviation Maintenance team is responsible for ensuring the maintenance activities critical to PDX's day to day operations are executed with maximum efficiency. The successful candidate will demonstrate their ability to proactively address the diverse requirements of our Operations, Airlines and Concessionaires. As well, that candidate must demonstrate their ability to evaluate and apply standard operating procedures and resources as required to support the continuous (24/7) operations of Portland International Airport (PDX).

If you are an experienced Maintenance Manager skilled in leading a talented staff of Electricians and Maintenance Planners to perform a variety of complex maintenance functions for critical systems who thrives in a busy, dynamic work environment, PDX could be the workplace you've haven't considered but always wanted to be!

We're looking for someone that will share the Port's commitment to valuing differences among individuals, has a passion for being inclusive and advancing practices, strategies and behaviors that promote inclusion, equity and opportunity for all.

• Performs diverse duties requiring complex analysis and judgment for facilities and equipment for a cost effective and efficient operation.
• Develops strategic plans and coordinates maintenance activities that address maintenance requirements for both short-term and longer-term needs.
• Develop procedures and identify required resources that address service, asset or system operations, maintenance, replacement, improvements, and service interruptions.
• Provide oversight and leadership to a diverse work group ensuring compliance with Port and department policies and collective bargaining agreements.
• Develop and monitor annual operating budget.
• Develop and implement work processes that meet all aspects of World Class Maintenance and support the Aviation Business Plan.
• Analyzes maintenance needs and provides input for operating and capital budget requirements.
• Participates on project teams related to construction plans/equipment acquisition to provide maintenance perspective to influence design decisions for long-term maintainability.
• Manage and direct emergency tactical response team members when required.

• Bachelor's degree in Business, Operations Management, Civil or Mechanical Engineering or a related field (preferred).
• 8 years of progressively increasing experience within a dynamic maintenance environment, OR any combination of education and relevant experience that demonstrates the ability to perform the job duties (required).
• 2 or more years of supervising multiple discipline work groups (required).
• Technical training in a skilled trade or maintenance functions (required).
• Experience working with collective bargaining agreements and addressing labor relations issues (required).
• Proficient with estimating/planning (required).
• Proficient with computerized maintenance management system (required).
• Ability to obtain and maintain security clearance for unescorted access to secure areas of facilities (required).
• A valid, or have the ability to obtain, an Oregon or Washington Driver's License (required).
• Ability to respond to emergencies 24/7 (required).
• Familiar with aviation industry (preferred).
• Successfully complete Facility Management Profession certification (FMP) from the International Facility Management Association (IFMA) within two years from date of hire (preferred).

• Excellent communication skills both verbal and written.
• Strong relationship building skills with the ability to explain technical information in accessible terms.
• Highly skilled with applying maintenance management and supervisory practices.
• Effectively lead a team of skilled trades professionals.
• Proficient with computer maintenance management systems and current MS Office Suite.

Working knowledge of:
• Construction practices, maintenance approaches, maintenance materials, and maintenance control systems for an established range of maintenance functions.
• Labor relations as it relates to the day-to-day supervision of maintenance personnel. current FAA Part 139 Advisory Circular sections pertaining to maintenance.

Advanced knowledge of:
• Maintenance management and supervisory practices.
• Electrical theory and Revenue Control work requirements, Electrical, and Fire system State codes, World Class Maintenance definitions and attributes.

Ability to:
• Manage competing priorities with the ability to meet deadlines.
• Work collaboratively and effectively with system experts and stakeholders, facilitating discussions where diverse opinions are presented.
• Provide supervision and leadership including review and approval of work plan/schedules.
• Effectively administer labor contract and Port/Department policies/SOPs.
• Develop procedures and identify required resources that address service interruptions.
• Develop, monitor and approve expenditures against department/divisional operating budget.
• Demonstrate the Port's commitment to valuing differences among individuals and passion for being inclusive.
• Promote safety as a guiding principle and strive for safety improvements.

• Diversity and Inclusion: At the Port, we don't just accept difference; we value and support it to create a culture of inclusiveness and fun. We are proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer.
• EEO/Affirmative Action Policy Statement: The Port of Portland is dedicated to maintaining and improving a work environment, which extends equal opportunity to all individuals, regardless of their race, color, sex, age, religion, national origin, marital status, veteran status, disability or sexual orientation. Employment decisions shall be made in such a manner as to further the principle of equal employment opportunity and to comply with state, federal and local laws. We affirm through this policy statement our continuing commitment to the principles of nondiscrimination and affirmative action.
• Veterans Preference: Under Oregon law, qualified veterans may be eligible for veterans preference when applying for Port of Portland positions. If you are a veteran and would like to be considered for a veterans preference for this job, please provide the qualifying documents as instructed during the application process.
• Background Checks and Drug Testing: The Port of Portland will conduct background checks and/or drug tests for positions where such tests are required by regulation and for other highly sensitive positions.
• ADA Accommodation: Accommodations will be considered for applicants or candidates with a qualifying disability that prevents them from participating in this process. Accommodations will be made where the Port can reasonably do so without imposing an undue hardship on the business or compromising the integrity of the recruitment process. An applicant with any disability who believes that they need an accommodation should contact Human Resources at 503.415.6000


Complete details: