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Airport Operations Supervisor

in CUMBERLAND-Portland-Metro County, ME

Job Description

AIRPORT OPERATIONS SUPERVISOR

Aviation & Transportation Department - Portland International Jetport

Sign-On Bonus and Relocation Assistance Offered -

Join the operations team at New England’s fastest growing airport.  Portland International Jetport is an active Part-139 compliant, commercial service airport, offering incumbent Operations Supervisors the opportunity to oversee a wide variety of operational responsibilities.  Under the direction of the Operations Manager, this position plans, organizes, and supervises airside and landside operations

Position Responsibilities:  Inspecting airside, terminal, cargo, FBO, and landside facilities.  Coordinating airport construction and special events.  Enforcing the Jetport's SWPPP.  Mitigating wildlife hazards.  Responding to emergency situations and answering calls for service.  Supervising the Airport Operations Center. Coordinating security and driver's training of tenants/users.  Assisting with updates to the airport's regulatory manuals and plans as needed.  This position also reviews and acts on matters involving safety, security, customer service, certification, and other related matters as they impact airlines, tenants, and passengers.  Additionally, Operations Supervisors may actively participate during certification inspections and interact with Federal Inspectors and senior airport management.  This position operates on a rotating 24x7 schedule including nights, weekends, holidays, and mandatory call-ins.   

Position Requirements:  Effective communication skills.  Ability to pass all required background investigations.  A valid Class C Maine Driver’s License.  Completion of a 4-year degree in Airport Management or a related field.  A minimum of two (2) years of professional work experience at a commercial service airport in the airport operations field conducting FAR Part 139 airfield inspections and issuing NOTAMs

Applicants must be familiar with FAR Part 139, TSAR 1542, applicable FAA Advisory Circulars, and standard airport operating procedures.  Private Pilot Certificate, AAAE CM, AAAE ACE, and previous experience managing, or leading airport snow and ice control operations is preferred.  Offers of employment are contingent upon the completion of a satisfactory background check.

Pro-Tech Union – Grade 6 (Step 1-5) – Starting salary range:  $48,526 to $54,641/year, based on education and experience.  Generous benefits package, sign-on bonus and relocation assistance offered. 

Accepting applications until all positions are filled.   

 

 

 

 

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Job Posting: 786003

Posted On: Jul 16, 2022

Updated On: Dec 06, 2022

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