Website City & Borough of Juneau
PARTIALLY EXEMPT FULL- TIME POSITION
$90,667.20- $96,803.20 Annually (DOQ)
40 Hours per week
DESCRIPTION OF WHAT YOU WILL BE DOING
Under general direction, assists with all aspects of airfield operations, including ensuring the overall safety and compliance of the airfield and all requirement of 14 CFR Part 139 certification of airports, as well as other city, state and federal requirements.
This position is part of the Airport Administration team.This position oversees all aspects of airfield safety including but not limited to Airport’s snow and ice control program, oversees airport pavement and grounds maintenance programs; is a member of Airport Incident Command System (ICS) team for airport/aircraft accidents, alerts and emergency response in accordance with the Airport Emergency Plan, oversee runway/taxiway lighting, marking and signage plans, issue Notice To Airmen for a variety of irregular operations or obstructions to airspace, is a member of the Airport Wildlife Hazard Management Program, and oversee airport fleet maintenance. This position oversees all Part 139 requirement recordkeeping and annual FAA Airport Certification inspections pursuant to the Airport Certification Manual and Airport Emergency Plan. Responsible for developing and tracking the airfield operating budget and working in coordination with airport administration on overall budget and development of airport rates/fees. Oversees the Airport’s Storm Water Pollution Prevention Program and Spill Prevention, Control and Countermeasures, and other city, state or federal programs/oversight.
Responsible for hiring and managing airfield division personnel (operators, supervisors, mechanics, laborers, safety officers), and assigning schedules, work tasks, and oversight. Manages staff and work outcomes; either takes direct action or effectively recommends resolution of employee complaints and grievances; takes disciplinary action; effects appointments, promotions, and transfers and employee performance reporting. Approves, oversees or initiates processes for performance reviews, employee selection, disciplinary actions, and pay related personnel actions. Approves significant changes to safety programs and, either investigates or sanctions report results for on-the-job-accidents. Responsible for all required airport personnel training and recurrent training to meet Part 139 certification.
Develops and maintains professional relationships with other CBJ departments, tenants, other City departments, and state and federal agencies; may represents Airport during agency audits and compliance.
May research, draft, prepare and present information, annual reports, position papers concerning the division’s operations and services to the Airport Board, tenants or public.
Performs other related duties as assigned.
The Airport Superintendent is assigned to the partially exempt service and serves at the pleasure of the Airport Manager.
WHO WE ARE LOOKING FOR
Successful candidate must have:
Excellent oral and written skills;
Able to research and interpret regulations and advisories;
Excellent supervisory skills;
Be responsive to the needs of a 24/7 operational airport;
Work with a multitude of tenants and public while enforcing mandates and rules;
Ability to exercise tact, self-restraint, judgment, and strategy in dealing with a variety of people, including appointed and elected public officials and others.
Ability to identify, research and resolve a wide range of work related problems such as employee grievances and tenant and public complaints and inquiries.
Ability to write grammatically correct reports, memoranda, directives, and letters to inform tenants, staff and others of airside policies and procedures.
Ability to understand and implement appropriate Federal Aviation Administration regulations and advisory circulars as they apply to FAR Part 139 and 49 CFR 1542.
Ability to organize time, personnel and equipment to achieve objectives such as safety and security measures.
DO I HAVE THE QUALIFICATIONS FOR THIS JOB – DESIERABLE QUALIFICATIONS
Experience: Three years of professional experience in the broad occupational fields of the division or department and any combination of two years of supervisory or managerial experience, which may be concurrent with the professional experience.
Special Note: “Professional experience in the broad occupational fields of the division or department,” means experience in one of the professional areas that compose the division’s purpose and function to ensure the applicant has the knowledge of the work of the division to be managed.
Must pass a TSA-required security check per 49 CFR 1542 and 1544 and Airport Security Program. This will require an FBI fingerprint criminal history records check. Continued employment is contingent on ability to maintain a favorable security check.
*Initial appointment to all FMCSA positions requiring a CDL will be made conditionally pending (1) receipt of verified negative results of pre-employment testing for controlled substances and (2) passing a 3 year drug & alcohol testing background check with previous DOT employers. Employees must register with the FMCSA Clearinghouse and provide CBJ with paper and electronic consent for a full query of the driver’s Clearinghouse record. Employee will then be subject to the City and Borough’s drug-testing program. https://clearinghouse.fmcsa.dot.gov/Register
WHAT THE CBJ CAN OFFER YOU
In this position you will receive a competitive salary package that includes the opportunity for regular pay increases, 12 paid holidays a year, an excellent health insurance program that includes medical, dental, vision and orthodontia care options, paid leave, & retirement credit through PERS (Public Employees’ Retirement System).
We value the health and well-being of our employees. The CBJ provides free parking, paid time off for parent teacher conferences, the ability to participate in a robust wellness program that includes discounts to CBJ recreational centers and local fitness programs, free bi-annual health screenings, free flu shots, free classes, challenges and webinars on healthy living to assist you with achieving work/life balance.
WORKING HOURS AND LOCATION
This position generally works Monday through Friday 8am – 4:30pm. Your office would be located at Juneau International Airport. Work schedule represents the minimum time expected for the job, but work hours may vary in order to work with various crew shifts, oversee construction projects, oversee snow removal operations, attend evening meetings, or for airport emergencies.
HOW DO I APPLY AND WHO CAN I CALL WITH QUESTIONS
If you have questions about this position please call the hiring manager Patty Wahto, Airport Manager, at 907-789-7821.
The application review period for this recruitment will remain OPEN UNTIL FILLED with the first applicant review date being January 4, 2021. Applications received after this date will be reviewed every Friday until a candidate is selected. Your application must be received by the Human Resources & Risk Management Department. You can submit your application by email, fax, USPS mail, or by dropping it off at the Human Resources & Risk Management office.
Applicants can visit our website for a copy of our application and instructions on how to submit it. If you have questions about our application you can contact us by phone at (907)586-5250. https://beta.juneau.org/human-resources/employment-opportunities
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City and Borough of Juneau
Human Resources & Risk Mgmt. Department
155 South Seward St.
Juneau, Alaska 99801
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