Job Summary: Supervise emergency response efforts, supervise snow removal/construction activities, supervise the airfield/terminal facilities/roadways, and Control Center. Assume duties of Assistant Airport Operations Manager during their absence. Maintain compliance with FAA FAR Part 139 on a 24/7 basis.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Responsible for the supervision of AOC I’s and AOC II’s. Ensure departmental work rules and standard operating procedures are followed. Leadership during Irregular Ops.
Ensures training is delivered to the Operations staff in accordance with adopted plans as required by FAR Part 139 and TSA 1542.
Implement activation of the Emergency Operations Center during airport/aircraft emergencies.
Ensure FAA regulations and TSA regulations are followed during construction activities.
Supervise snow removal efforts in the FAA Control Tower during a snow event.
Assign work to and fill in as needed as an AOC I or AOC II.
Investigate employee issues and counsel or discipline as needed.
Other duties as assigned
Must be a current resident of the United States.
Valid Driver’s License at time of application with the ability to obtain a Wisconsin driver’s license within six (6) months of hire and maintain throughout employment.
High school diploma or G.E.D equivalent with three (3) years of work experience in Airport/Airline/Aviation Operations, or related experience with one (1) year of supervisory experience required.
Ability to lift, carry, push, and pull up to 30lbs on a regular basis.
Intermediate knowledge of Microsoft Office software and Digital NOTAMS.
AAAE Airport Certified Employee-Operations
AAAE Certified Member
ICS 300 Intermediate Incident Command System
Bachelor’s Degree in Aviation Management, Business Management, Public Administration, or a degree in a related field with one (1) year of work experience in Airport/Airline/Aviation Operations, or related experience
Previous Movement Area driving experience
Must undergo a criminal history background check to maintain security clearance for unescorted access to secured areas of the airport.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Ability to plan and coordinate activities occurring simultaneously.
Ability to analyze situations quickly and objectively and determine a proper course of action to be taken in non-emergency and emergency situations.
Strong internal and external communication; gathering information, answering queries and maintain good working relationships.
Speak effectively before both internal and external groups.
Read, analyze, and interpret safety rules, operating/maintenance instructions, procedure manuals, business manuals, technical procedures, and government regulations; write routine reports.
Make sound decisions based on established procedures and resolve issues in a professional manner.
Ability to plan and coordinate multiple activities; analyze situations quickly and determine proper course of action in the event of an emergency.
Complex work generally governed by broad instructions involving a choice of action within limits of standard policy and procedures.
Work requires the ability to plan and perform work considering new or constantly changing problems and deal with complex factors not easily evaluated; decisions require considerable judgment, initiative, and ingenuity.
Act independently in the formulation and administration of policies and programs for major departments or functions.
Knowledge of specialized computer systems; ability to operate equipment and use radio devices.
Knowledge of snow removal and ice control operations.
Knowledge of 14 CFR Part 139 and 49 CFR Part 1542.
Non-Physical Demands: communication/interpretation, sustained mental activity: auditing, problem solving, composing reports, reading, and writing
Environmental Demands: high volume public contact, loud noises, and physical danger
Demands/Deadlines: cyclical work pressures or occasional exposure of distressed individuals within the immediate work environment; work requires frequent, substantive contacts with people in highly stressful situations; delicacy and unpredictability of contacts routinely create considerable strain or heavy stress regularly.
Work Schedule: considerable irregularity of hours due to frequent overtime, weekend, or shift rotation
THE ORIGINAL APPLICATION is open to qualified residents of the United States. Appointee must establish residency within the State of Wisconsin within six (6) months of appointment and maintain such residency during incumbency. APPLICANTS MUST POSSESS MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS AT TIME OF FILING APPLICATION. Candidates will be asked to submit a full account of their training and experience and may be asked to take a written or performance test as part of the selection process.
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Effective October 1, 2021, Milwaukee County will require all employees to have completed COVID-19 vaccinations and provide proof of vaccination or have submitted a completed medical or religious exemption and accommodation request. All persons offered a position will be required to provide proof of completed COVID-19 vaccination at time of hire or have submitted a completed medical or religious exemption and accommodation request and been approved for an accommodation prior to hire.