King County International Airport/Boeing Field (KCIA) is searching for a new Airport Duty Manager who is knowledgeable, highly-motivated, and enthusiastic team player to comply with FAA FAR Part 139 and all local, state, and other federal regulations. This position will provide leadership for operations at the airport and serving as a senior airport representative. Incumbents are designated as the point of contact for information regarding safety, security, compliance, construction and interaction with airlines, passengers, tenants, and the public.
SCOPE OF JOB DUTIES: In order to be considered for this opportunity, you must at a minimum demonstrate knowledge, skill and ability to:
Manage the daily functions and responsibilities associated with the safe and efficient Airport operations in compliance with operational and regulatory requirements.
Conduct airfield and airport facility inspections to ensure compliance with FAR Part 139 regulations in addition to local, state and other federal regulations. Records discrepancies found during inspections and arranges for immediate corrective action when warranted.
Activate Airport Emergency Plan when necessary. Reports unsafe conditions and policy/procedure violations and takes appropriate corrective action.
Identify operational, safety and security concerns by maintaining constant surveillance and radio contact with the FAA Control Tower. Initiates and follows through on corrective actions.
Manage and coordinate opening/closing of taxiways or runways with airfield tenants and the FAA control tower to ensure safety of people and aircraft.
Respond to weather events and airport emergencies such as an accidents, bomb threats or hazardous spills.
Develop, implement and enforce various airport programs including but not limited to Airport Driver's training, Wildlife Management, Environment compliance with Hazardous Spills, and Snow and Ice Control.
Communicate with airline, tenant and airport personnel to resolve problems between airport customers and tenants.
Act as the primary point of contact for information regarding safety, security, compliance, construction and interactions with airlines, passengers and tenants, and coordinates with senior management as needed.
WE ARE LOOKING FOR CANDIDATES WHO:
Have a strong experience and grounding in Airport Operations at a FAR Part 139 certified airport progressively responsible experience; OR any combination of education and experience that clearly demonstrates the job duties of the position.
Are experience leading at least one of the following: Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) airport certification; airport, or airline security program; recurring disaster/emergency exercises; or the monitoring and coordination of airport construction and maintenance operations.
Have a strong working knowledge of FAA FAR Part 139, TSA 1500-series regulations and Advisory Circulars pertaining to airport operations, safety, airfield inspections, NOTAMs, airport design and emergency responses.
Are good people leaders and are able to coach and mentor staff to do their best work.
Are comfortable with using technology in their daily work.
Are able to operate in environment requiring emergency response, customer service, and coordination with internal and external stakeholders.
Can work effectively in a team setting and contribute to a work environment that embraces and encourages diversity in its workforce and where differences are valued.
Can demonstrate behaviors that include fairness, respect, and inclusiveness.
Certified Member designation with American Association of Airport Executives (AAAE), is highly desirable.
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