This position is a member of the Aviation Department of the Palms Springs International Airport and supervises and coordinates a variety of maintenance and custodial activities within assigned areas of responsibility including Airport facilities, buildings, equipment, maintained landscaped areas, and park areas; implements program goals and objectives; and performs a variety of administrative, professional, and technical tasks in support of assigned area of responsibility. The position will include maintenance supervision on both the airside and landside areas of the Airport. The ideal candidate will have working experience with building and mechanical systems, facility maintenance, and airport terminology.
Five (5) years of increasingly responsible facilities maintenance, parks maintenance, or commercial property maintenance experience, which included one year of administrative or lead responsibility is required.
Experience working in an Airport or aviation environment is preferred.
Experience working with airport systems such as, but not limited to, boarding bridges, baggage handlers, and lighting is preferred.
Experience leading janitorial, facility hygiene and environmental services in a public sector agency, aviation or similar environment is preferred. (Public sector agency includes Federal, State, County, City Government, Law Enforcement, or other government agency.)
Specialized building trades experience in HVAC, electrical and plumbing is preferred.
High School Diploma or equivalent education is required.
Specialized training in aviation maintenance, commercial maintenance, facilities maintenance, landscape maintenance, or related field is preferred.
About Palm Springs International Airport - City of Palm Springs
Palm Springs International Airport is owned by the City of Palm Springs and serves the Coachella Valley region which includes nine resort cities. PSP hosts thirteen airlines with non-stop flights to more than 20 destinations and which include major hubs offering travel possibilities to over 500 cities worldwide. The airport consists of 76 employees who oversee 70K annual aircraft operations and nearly 1.5 million passengers annually.