Airport Manager: Manages, plans, and coordinates, through subordinate personnel, activities concerned with operation, construction, and maintenance of airport facilities in accordance with governmental agency or commission laws, rules, policies and regulations. Consults with commission members, governmental officials, or representatives of airlines to... [+] More
Airport Manager: Manages, plans, and coordinates, through subordinate personnel, activities concerned with operation, construction, and maintenance of airport facilities in accordance with governmental agency or commission laws, rules, policies and regulations. Consults with commission members, governmental officials, or representatives of airlines to discuss and plan such matters as design and development of airport facilities, formulation of operating rules, regulations, and procedures, and aircraft landing, taxiing, and take-off patterns for various types of aircraft.
Negotiates with representatives of airlines, utility companies, or individuals for acquisition of property for development of airport, lease of airport buildings and facilities, or use of right-of-ways over private property. Formulates procedures for use in event of aircraft accidents, fires, or other emergencies. Ensures that operating rules maximize safety considerations and that proper and adequate training is provided to carry out emergency procedures. Inspects airport facilities, such as runways, buildings, beacons and lighting, and automotive or construction equipment, or reviews inspection reports, to determine repairs, replacement, or improvements required. Coordinates activities of personnel involved in repair and maintenance of airport facilities, buildings, and equipment to minimize interruption of airport operations and improve efficiency. Directs personnel in investigating violations of aerial or ground traffic regulations, reviews investigation reports, and initiates actions to be taken against violators. Directs studies on noise abatement resulting from complaints of excessive noise from low flying aircraft or other operations. Reviews reports of expenditures for previous fiscal year, proposed improvements to facilities, and estimated increase in volume of traffic, in order to prepare budget estimates for upcoming fiscal year. Represents airport before civic or other organizational groups, courts, boards, and commissions. When management functions are divided at large or international airports, workers may be designated according to activities directed. (Source: eDOT Job Description) [-] Less
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