The Missoula County Airport Authority is recruiting for an Airport Director. With general policy direction from the Airport Board, the Airport Director provides effective, professional leadership, positioning the airport to meet the community’s current and future air travel and general aviation needs. The Airport Director is responsible for the day-to-day management and operations of the airport, including long range planning, public safety, airport staffing, airport operations, airport security, airport rescue and fire fighting, construction, facility operation and maintenance, overseeing concessionaires, tenants and others involved in airport operations. The Missoula MT Airport is completing the first phase of construction of a two-phase new terminal construction project. Candidates must have a Bachelor’s Degree with 7 years of progressive experience in airport management and AAE certification. For a complete job description, see our website at www.flymissoula.com/employment. To apply, email your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. The position is open until 4 p.m. May 24, 2021.
Bachelor Degree, preferably in airport Mgmt, business, economics, law or public administration.
7 years of progressive experience in Airport management.
Accredited Airport Executive (AAE) Certification from AAAE required
About Missoula County Airport Authority
The Missoula County Airport Authority owns and operates the Missoula Montana Airport (MSO). Missoula Montana Airport serves the western area of Montana, with a population of approximately 175,256. Commercial passenger services are provided by Alaska Air, American, United, Delta, Frontier Air and Allegiant Air. The Airport has direct service to Dallas, Portland, Las Vegas, Phoenix/Mesa, Salt Lake City, Seattle, Denver and Minneapolis with nonstop departures and seasonal service to Chicago, Los Angeles, Oakland, Atlanta and San Francisco. The airport has an estimated 50/50 mix of business and leisure travelers.
Missoula is located at the confluence of three rivers and the convergence of 5 mountain ranges in the heart of Western Montana. It is home to the University of Montana and Missoula College, which provide diverse cultural opportunities, including fine arts, theater, dance and NCAA Division athletics. Missoula is one of Outside Magazine's "Best River Towns in America" and America's Promise Alliance's "100 Best Communities for Young People."