The Santa Barbara Airport has an exciting opportunity for a Facilities Manager to plan, organize, and direct the maintenance/repair of all Airport facilities and systems. The incumbent reviews construction and maintenance plans; prepares cost estimates for projects; develops and administers short & long range maintenance and construction plans, including the Airport’s Capital Improvement Program (ACIP); obtains permits; provides project oversight and facility maintenance coordination of rental properties, terminal and parking facilities, runways, taxiways and related systems and equipment. The Facilities Manager responds to emergency events; requests from the public and various agencies; makes presentations to a variety of agencies; anticipates staffing, equipment and material needs; and manages the employees within the Facilities Division. The Facilities Manager works directly with other Airport Division Managers to ensure the Airport remains open and operating safely, securely, efficiently and in a financially self-sustaining manner.
Applications must be received by 02/12/21. Apply online at: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/santabarbara
Knowledgeof: Principles and application of civil, electrical, mechanical, and structural engineering in an airport environment. Principles, methods, and equipment for design, construction, and maintenance of structures, utilities, systems and other facilities in the airport environment. Operation and maintenance of equipment such as aircraft docking bridges, baggage conveyor systems, generators, fire suppression systems and other related systems. Supports operation and maintenance of security systems including access hardware, CCTV, microwave sensors, and access readers. Electrical, painting, carpentry, plumbing and custodial maintenance methods. Budget preparation and administration, accounting, and principles of supervision. Application of modern electronic data management and drawing tools. Minimization of facility life cycle costs while maintaining safety, quality, and public accommodation. Environmental compliance including storm water and hazardous materials. Understanding of regulatory agencies such as the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), Transportation Security Administration (TSA), California Coastal Commission, California State Water Resources Control Board, Flood Control Board, and City of Santa Barbara Boards and Commissions. Knowledge of applicable state and federal regulations.
Ability to: Direct, motivate, and evaluate the work of employees; analyze proposed airport construction and maintenance plans and recommend changes necessary to maximize efficiency and cost effectiveness. Prioritize capital projects and create long term plans for repair and replacement of Airport assets. Prepare plans and written reports related to Airport and tenant projects; answer questions from the public and interested groups; and make presentations and recommendations to committees, commissions, City Council, and outside agencies. Rapidly develop response plans during and after an emergency. Provide short and long range planning guidance for airport systems and facilities. Utilize computerized database, drawing, data acquisition, and general office software and equipment. Manages Airport’s Automated Work Order Maintenance System. Plan and execute integration of computer technology, construction activities, maintenance plans, and cost accounting. Conduct effective water quality testing and management programs.
Experience/Education: Applicants are required to have experience and/or education that would have developed the knowledge and abilities listed above. A bachelor’s degree in civil, electrical, or mechanical engineering or related field is preferred. Previous airport experience is preferred.
License Requirements: Applicant must possess a California driver's license at time of appointment. Airport Security Credential and Airfield Driving qualification required.
Work Schedule: Incumbents must be available to work a 10/80 or 9/80 workweek.
Additional Salary Information: We offer generous employer paid contributions toward a quality selection of medical, dental, and vision plans for employees and their families. Additional benefits include CalPERS Pension, life insurance, disability insurance, and educational reimbursement. Paid time off includes vacation, personal leave, paid holidays, sick leave, and compensatory time.
Internal Number: 2020-12-02113-AIR-BC
About City of Santa Barbara, Airport Department
The Santa Barbara Airport is owned and operated by the City of Santa Barbara and is served by 6 airlines. Located approximately 10 miles west of downtown Santa Barbara, the Airport is conveniently located near U.S. Highway 101. SBA is the busiest airport between Los Angeles and San Jose carrying approximately 1,000,000 passengers annually. It is an integral part of the transportation system and an economic engine for the region generating a quarter billion dollars of revenue in taxes, sales, and employment to the local community.