Post Date: 02/01/2019
Close Date: 02/13/2019
SALARY: $25.89 - $32.21 Hourly | $53,856.00 - $67,000.00 Annually
OPENING DATE: 01/31/19
CLOSING DATE: 02/13/19 05:00 PM
We value equity and inclusion, and we're committed to hiring people equally invested in these pursuits. We do this because we understand both our organization and the people we serve will benefit from the contributions and efforts of a diverse workforce.
SUMMARY OF ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES:
•Under the direction of the General Aviation (GA) Airports Operations Supervisor, provide oversight of the airside, landside and terminal system for matters of safety, security, efficiency, and customer service. ◦Evaluate, report and recommend to the GA Airports Operations Supervisor any corrective action, as needed, on any planned and unplanned airside, landside and terminal closures and/or restrictions.
◦Assist in the coordination of activities and efforts to minimize impacts resulting from emergencies, weather problems, construction and maintenance, or other irregular situations.
•Conduct airfield inspections to facilitate operational safety and ensure compliance with the GA airports self-inspection program. ◦Evaluate runway conditions during snow and ice events or wildlife/bird strike hazards.
◦Issue condition advisories via NOTAM, email, and/or verbal communications with FAA, tenants, and pilots.
◦Monitor airfield vehicle operations and ensure compliance with current airfield driving regulations.
◦Coordinate with Environmental staff to implement control measures to reduce wildlife/bird strike hazards.
◦Conduct terminal inspections to assess operations and facility conditions. Identify and report all maintenance issues for resolution.
•Conduct perimeter area inspections of the airfield. ◦Monitor users of the ramps, roadways, and movement areas on the airfield and ensure compliance with Federal Aviation Regulations (FAR), Port Ordinances and Airport Rules and Regulations.
◦Conduct inspections of public area roadways.
◦Monitor activities at Port parking facilities and advise appropriate departments of identified issues.
•Conduct training of airfield movement area users in compliance with FAR, Port Ordinances, Airport Rules and Regulations and Airport Policies and Procedures.
•Maintain Subject Matter Expertise and documentation in assigned operational areas.
•High school diploma or GED is required. Bachelor's degree in related field is preferred.
•Minimum of two years' experience applying directive or regulatory requirements within a dynamic operational environment is required. Direct experience with FAR Part 139 and TSR 1542 is preferred.
•Working knowledge of the following is preferred: ◦Airfield operations
◦ Management principles/practices
◦Transportation Security Administration Regulations and Federal Aviation Administration Regulations, safety, and security.
•Full proficiency with current Microsoft Office applications.
•Valid Driver's license is required.
Complete details: https://www.portofportland.com/Careers