Maintenance Supervisor for Johnson County Kansas Airport Commission
Johnson County, Kansas
May 30, 2018
Johnson County, Kansas
$47,761 to $71,642 annually b
Full Time - Experienced
2 Year Degree
Do you feel inspired to find creative new ways to make a difference? Are you looking for a place to work that encourages you to grow, innovate, and give back? Look no further. Johnson County Kansas Airport Commission is looking for qualified applicants to fill the position of Maintenance Supervisor. This position will primarily oversee two to three of the five work center's operations in collaboration with another Maintenance Supervisor who manages the remaining work centers. They will work together as the front line field supervisors working alongside their team as well as participating in the various functions as part of Airport Management Team. Johnson County offers excellent health insurance, supplemental retirement plans, participation in Kansas Public Employees Retirement System, and more. Applications will be accepted through 4:00 pm on July 6, 2018. For more details and to apply, please visit our website.
Internal Number: 909030.E.Manager II.7
About Johnson County, Kansas
Johnson County, Kansas is a part of the greater Kansas City metropolitan area and offers an unsurpassed quality of life, including nationally recognized schools, libraries, park and recreational activities and an affordable housing market. The Johnson County Airport Commission (JCAC), an agency of Johnson County (KS) Government, operates and develops the Johnson County Executive Airport (OJC) and New Century AirCenter (IXD). Executive Airport is the third busiest airport in Kansas and is base to 260 aircraft. Two full service FBOs occupy several County-owned hangars, and JCAC owns and operates 110 T-hangars. New Century is the fifth busiest airport in Kansas and is base to 220 aircraft. Three full-service FBOs occupy several County-owned hangars and JCAC owns and operates 90 T-hangars. JCAC also owns and operates a 1,000 acre Industrial Park within New Century, hosting over 60 businesses in a combination of County-owned and privately-owned industrial buildings comprising over 4 million square feet and 5,000 employees. JCAC also is the water utility for New Century and operates a terminal switching railroad serving eight rail customers and handling over 1,800 rail cars per year.