As an Airport Duty Manager, you will be the primary point of contact for information and direction regarding safety, security, emergencies, compliance, construction, airline, passenger, tenants and the surrounding public.
Some of what you'll be doing:
You will ensure safety, security and continuity in the operations of the airport.
You will inspect the terminal areas for deficiencies, cleanliness, safe movement and monitor security checkpoints and international arrivals for passenger efficiency.
You will inspect airfield and bagwell area for discrepancies, safety issues and make the appropriate corrections to conditions.
You will enforce violations of Port of Seattle Rules and Regulations by issuing citations and educating offenders.
You will apprise senior management of situations and conditions impacting the normal operations of the airport.
You will respond to all airport emergencies and act as the airport operations primary representative, as directed, in the Airport Emergency Plan (AEP) and within NIMS.
You will participate on the Operations snow team and be on-call during airport emergencies.
You will participate on or lead special projects or program committees; such as weather, safety team, queue management, budget, emergency management, and environmental coordination.
You will lead, direct, and support employees during shifts when direct supervisors or managers are not present in order to make high-level decisions.
Who you are: Two years of experience may be substituted for one year of education:
Experienced – You have three (3) years of experience in aviation/flight operations and/or safety management.
Educated – You possess a Bachelor’s Degree in Aviation or related field and you can obtain a Washington State Concealed Pistol License within 60 days and complete the American Association of Airport Executive (AAAE) Certified Member (CM) program within two years of hire date.
Desired – We hope you have five (5) years of experience aviation or airport management and/or you are AAAE as an Airport Certified Member or are an Accredited Airport Executive.
Leadership - You're able critically evaluate risk, make sound decisions and provide logical options and provide clear direction.
Compliance – You have the knowledge to provide oversite with FAR 139, CFR Part 77 and TSA Part 1542 regulations.
Communication – You possess excellent communications skills, both written and oral as well as particularly skilled in working with diverse populations.
Judgment – You have excellent judgment and can react quickly and calmly in stressful and hazardous situations.
What else you need to know:
Driver’s License – You will need a valid Washington State Driver’s License, or the ability to obtain one, is required in order to travel locally to project sites.
Work Schedule – This is a seven day a week and twenty-four hour a day facility. Normal work schedule will vary. Must be able and willing to work any and all assigned shifts, including weekends. Will be required to work during emergencies.
Work Environment – You will generally work outdoors in all types of weather conditions. You may be exposed to areas of high noise, various hazardous materials, work at heights and/or in confined spaces.
Safety Requirements – You will be required to comply with all work rules, safety, and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) requirements.
Security Requirements – As the successful candidate, you must pass a Transportation Security Administration (TSA) background check as well as a criminal history background check with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). Your employment will be contingent upon obtaining a Port of Seattle ID badge upon clearance. You will also be required to obtain a U.S. Customs and Border Patrol (CBP) Customs Seal within 30 days of hire.
Internal Number: 000322
About Port of Seattle
Founded in 1911, the Port of Seattle owns and operates Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, two cruise ship terminals, Fishermen’s Terminal—home of the North Pacific fishing fleet, a grain terminal, four public marinas, and manages a number of real estate assets for financial return and economic advantage.
The Port’s operations currently help create nearly 200,000 jobs and $7 billion in wages throughout the region. Over the next 20 years, the Port’s “Century Agenda” seeks to create an additional 100,000 jobs through economic growth while becoming the nation’s leading green and energy-efficient port. Learn more at www.portseattle.org.