(1 position available)
THE IDEAL CANDIDATE
Associates Degree or college coursework in a related curriculum.
Prior experience in airport operations as an Airport Operations Officer or equivalent.
Must possess and maintain a valid Michigan Driver’s License.
Ability to pass a criminal history background check and maintain eligibility for a security access badge in
accordance with the Airport Security Plan.
Must be available 24 hours per day, 7 days per week.
Accordingly, work schedule will vary depending on
department requirements, but will include shift work, weekends, and holidays.
Hourly rate is $15.17/hour ($31,553.60 annua
lly) with a comprehensive benefit package.
Under the supervision of the Director of Operations (in
conjunction with the Chief of Public Safety) and Security
Administrator, the Operations Officer is responsible for
the operation of the Airport Operations Area or Airport
Operations Center during his/her assigned shift. Tasks in
cluded in this position include, but are not limited to,
monitoring of airport security equipment, general dispat
ch duties, monitoring of airport airfield activities,
conducting airfield inspections, and security patrols.
Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
1.Communicates effectively and prepares written reports and records information using computer systems.
2.Reads regulations and complex documents.
3.Analyzes data from a variety of sources and makes decisions accordingly.
4.Handles all departmental telephone and radio traffic. Dispatches Public Safety personnel appropriately.
5.Maintains the departmental daily log and other departmental records as required.
6.Monitors the computerized access control system. Acknowledges alarms, sends commands, and dispatches
officers as needed.
7.Inputs data for badging files produces and issues badges, modifies computer files as needed.
8.Maintains records of surfaces and areas within the Air Operations Area as required by FAR Part 139.
9.Reports conditions to appropriate persons and agencies.
10.Performs general clerical duties including the maintenance of departmental files and paperwork.
11.Monitors any security or fire alarm equipment within the Airport Operations Center.
12.Provides information and assistance to the general public and other agencies, engages in public relations
13.Attends training as directed by the Operations Manager or Chief of Public Safety.
14.Performs other duties as directed by the Operations Manager, Security Administrator, and/or Chief of Public
This list may not be inclusive of the total scope of the job functions to be performed. Duties and responsibilities may be adde
d, deleted, or modified at
HOW TO APPLY
Please submit in PDF format or Word document a cover letter and resume to Anne Figueroa, Capital Region Airport
Authority, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Filing Deadline: 4:00 p.m., Thursday March 13, 2014