Airport Asset and Facilities Division Manager

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As the Airport Asset and Facilities Division Manager, you will direct a team of skilled professionals in maintaining the Airports Authority’s assets and facilities.

Serves in the Engineering and Facility Services Department at Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD).

Performs a full range of division-level work including asset management, facilities maintenance service contracting, work control center functions, resource efficiency/effectiveness review, planning and organization functions, work assignment and review functions, budget development and execution, and supervisory human resource management functions. Performs related functions.


Develops, plans, implements, and manages the asset maintenance program for the airport through subordinate supervisors and using the enterprise asset management system.


Coordinates with Airports Authority’s Strategy and Operational Performance (SOP) Department in directing and leading airport staff through the transition to the enterprise asset management system and serves as liaison between the airport and SOP Departments in implementing the enterprise asset management system.


Directs a multi-million-dollar, multi-disciplined contractual maintenance program for airport facilities and systems.


Directs the Work Control Center, coordinating recurring and non-recurring maintenance activities for the Division.


Develops management level reports to process, schedule, assess, and measure maintenance performance of Departmental resources.


Establishes division goals and communicates goals to others within the division.


Develops division policies and procedures and short- and long-term plans and milestones.


Establishes or refines work review and control systems. Reviews work plans, programs, and operations in terms of productivity, cost, effectiveness, customer service, and quality.


Plans, requests, and administers budget, procurement, supply, safety, health, record keeping, reporting, and other administrative programs within the division.


Manages team and individual work performance; approves ratings of subordinate employees.


Oversees the construction-provided Operations and Maintenance Manual program.


May provide training for employees. Ensures application of Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) principles and Human Resources (HR) actions.


Develops award recommendation documents for senior management and the Airports Authority’s Board of Directors.


May lead or help lead special Airport teams.


May substitute for the Engineering and Facility Services Department Manager in their absence.


Performs other duties as assigned or as determined on own initiative.



Seven years of project management experience in facilities management at a large facility or multiple smaller facilities directing the design, implementation and management of projects and service contracts which has included the use of computerized maintenance management or asset management systems.


Working knowledge of asset management, asset maintenance, and asset reliability in a multi-facility setting including principles and practices as well as formal maintenance control programs.


Skill in analyzing and integrating computerized maintenance management system data to achieve target service levels.


Knowledge of maintenance management, maintenance trades, and multi-trades functions and the ability to assign work to trade professionals.


Knowledge of supervisory principles and ability to manage the operations and programs of the unit/team.


Ability to develop technical specifications for facilities maintenance contracts.


Ability to develop and execute facilities maintenance budgets.


Knowledge of and ability to ensure compliance with trade-specific policies, programs, and procedures, including building codes and national, state, and local environmental requirements.


Ability to speak and write effectively.


Skill in using a computer and office suite software.




Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in engineering, business administration, management, construction management, facilities planning and management, information systems or related field.


Certification as a Facility Management Professional (FMP).


Experience managing assets in an integrated business management system, such as Workday and MAXIMO.


Experience maintaining a large, commercial facility.




A Bachelor’s Degree in any field.




A state driver’s license in good standing.




Operates vehicle landside and airside (requires AOA permit).


Work is typically reviewed in progress and upon completion for quantity, quality, timeliness, teamwork, customer service, and other factors.


May be subject to adverse weather conditions and dust/grease/dirt.


May be subject to potential hazards common to the airport environment and construction industry. Wears personal protective gear, as necessary.


May be subject to night/weekend work.


Is subject to hold-over and recall on a 24-hour basis for essential services and emergencies such as snow removal.



A background security investigation will be required for all new hires.



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