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"Airport Management Positions - Iraq"



SkyLink Air and Logistics (USA), has been awarded a $2.5 Million initial
award by the U.S. Agency for International Development to provide technical
expertise to assess and manage airports in Iraq, in order to restore normal
transportation services to Iraq. In an effort to fully support this project,
SkyLink has teamed with Serco Inc. a world leader in providing innovative
solutions and services to government and industry on five continents,
comprising more than 35,000 multi skilled professional staff members
worldwide. Currently, we are searching for experienced professionals to fill
a variety of positions for an overseas post in Iraq:

Project Manager:  Manages engineering and construction projects; administers
the design process by determining project scope and cost (including
professional services); manages the selection process for
engineering/architectural consultants and negotiates professional services
agreements. 

Manager Passenger Services:  Responsible for managing all aspects of
passenger services; performs a variety of public relations activities.
Coordinates with airlines, security, operations, and other airport
departments on issues related to passenger service.  

Manager Ramp Control:  Directs and coordinates, through subordinate
supervisory personnel, air transport terminal cargo and ramp activities to
provide fast and efficient services for clients and passengers in a safe and
efficient manner.

Assistant Director Engineering/Facilities: Plans, organizes, and directs all
airport engineering and facilities personnel and projects. Lays out airports
and landing fields and directs construction work involved in leveling
fields, laying out and surfacing runways, and providing drainage: Designs
runways based on weight and size of aircraft and prepares material and
construction specifications. Participates in surveys, provides technical
advice in solution of construction problems, and oversees all airport
projects.

Manager Mechanical/Electrical:  supervise, plan, and coordinate the
maintenance and construction activities at the airport; to coordinate
assigned activities with other divisions, outside agencies and the general
public; and to perform a variety of tasks relative to assigned area of
responsibility. Must have a well rounded knowledge of generator systems,
auxiliary power units (APU), pumping systems, and high voltage runway
lighting systems. 

Electrical Supervisor:  Plans layout, installs, inspects, and maintains
lighting systems, lights, and beacons at airport or flying field: Must have
an excellent knowledge of wiring systems, transformers, and high voltage
runway lighting systems.

Purchasing Manager: Plan, organize, direct, control, or coordinate the
activities of buyers, purchasing officers, and related workers involved in
purchasing materials, products, or services. Include Wholesale or Retail
Trade Merchandising Management.

Airport Director :  Plans, organizes and directs the administration,
operation, engineering, maintenance and property management activities of
the Airport through subordinate Assistant Directors; review recommendations
and actions of subordinates; and solve department problems.  Identifies and
analyzes airport department needs and their relationship to community needs
and interests; and develop and implement plans and programs to meet those
considerations. Administer Airport activities in accordance with federal and
local regulations. Experience: Increasingly responsible business
administration and budgetary experience with an understanding of complex
budgets, lease and contract administration, and experience tracking
expenditures, revenues and long-term agreements.  Experience in a government
organization is highly preferred.

Assistant Director of Administration:  Manages Airport Administrative
division, including the coordination and supervision of property management
and marketing of Airport facilities, and general office functions; assists
in administering Airport operations; and does other work as required.

Assistant Director of Airport Operations:  Manages Airport Operations
division to provide a safe, secure, effective, and efficient daily
operation.  Assists the Airport Director when needed on issues relating to
budget and capital expense requirements.

Clerk/Administrative Assistant:  To perform a wide variety of administrative
support functions for a variety of programs; and to provide information and
assistance to the public regarding the assigned programs. Prepare a variety
of correspondence, documents and forms for assigned projects including
leases; coordinate and prepare agendas and reports.  Conduct special
studies; prepare reports and analyses on studies and projects.  Perform
related duties and responsibilities as required.

General Store Manager:  Responsible for the warehousing, distribution and
acquisition of airport maintenance equipment, tools, and parts.  Includes:
upkeep, general inventory, and control of all property.

Facilities Manager:  Responsible for maintenance and general upkeep of all
airport facilities.  Includes:  terminal building, administrative offices,
hangars, and any other facilities identified by Airport Director.

Facilities Supervisor:   Under the direction of Facilities Manager,
responsible for the supervision of maintenance and upkeep of all airport
facilities.

Infrastructure Supervisor:  Under the direction of Facilities Manager,
responsible for maintenance and upkeep of all airport infrastructures.
Includes: waste water management, grounds, drainage and other areas of
airport.

Data and CADD Supervisor:  Responsible for the development, collection,
implementation and storage of all airport blueprints, drawings and archiving
of all facilities and infrastructure data.  Includes:  airspace designs;
property, engineering and electrical drawings.

Security Manager:  Responsible for airport security including all aspects of
airside and landside operations.

Landside Security Supervisor: Under the direction of the Security Manager,
responsible for the terminal and public parking security issues.  Includes
the perimeter of the airport.

Airside Security Supervisor:  Under the direction of the Security Manager,
responsible for the security of the secure identification display area and
any other restricted or secure area identified in the airport security plan.

Baggage Screener:  Under the direction of the Security Manager, provides
baggage screening services in accordance with Transportation Security
Administration requirements.

Cargo Handling Manager:  Responsible for direction of cargo supervisors for
the safe, efficient processing of cargo.

Ramp Control Manager:  Responsible for the supervision and direction of
terminal ramp operations.

Ramp Supervisor:  Under the direction of the Ramp Control manager,
responsible for coordination of all terminal apron operations.

Fuel Supply Manager:  Responsible for the distribution, monitoring, product
quality of fuel.

Ground Electronics Services Manager:  Plan, organize, direct and control the
activities and operation of the GES department; includes:  all navigation
aids and associated airport systems.

NAVAIDS/Comm Manager:  Responsible fore the management and operation of the
Navigational Aids and Communications section of the Ground Electronics
Services (GES) department.

GES Technician:  Responsible for the preventive and corrective maintenance
of the Navigational Aids, Communication Equipment and Meteorological
Equipment assigned to the GES Department.

Information Technology Supervisor:  Responsible for design and set up of
network (LAN/WAN) operation, maintenance, software installation, integration
and network monitoring.  Works closely with IS Supervisor to ensure network
and information security.

Information Systems Supervisor:  Responsible for installation of individual
desktops and equipment.  Includes: desktop and network maintenance and
monitoring, desktop burn in and repair, end user support.  Works closely
with IT Supervisor to ensure network and information security.

Human Resources Manager:  Responsible for Human Resources functions for
individuals on overseas assignment, including: benefits administration,
training, employee relations, staffing, and retention.  Must have hands-on
experience in a diverse and hostile environment.
Training Coordinator:  Under the direction of the HR Manager, designs,
develops and delivers training in variety of topics including Management,
Customer Service, cultural/gender sensitivity, safety and technology topics.


Quality Systems Coordinator: Develop, direct, implement and maintain the
initial and ongoing quality assurance system for Operations, Engineering and
Administrative Divisions.  

Contracts Administrator: act as company liaison with USAID on contract
administration related issues.  Responsible for compliance with prime/sub
contract requirements. Negotiates terms and conditions as well as
cost/price. Will monitor and ensure contract deliverables are on time.

Purchasing Supervisor: will supervise buyer's workload and job related
activities. Prioritize daily workflow of purchase requisitions. Manage open
PO status of orders. Develop an electronic process purchasing flow that will
enable the end user to facilitate certain types of ordering. Manage the
reduction and consolidation of product ordering from various vendors'
resources.

Buyer: Purchases moderately complex, voluminous and diverse commodities.
Distributes information to prospective vendors and contractors.  Prepares
schedules/invitations for opening bids and prepares product specifications
and purchase contracts. Responsible for procurement activities beginning
with the initial request through final acceptance for payment of goods and
services.


Finance & Accounting Manager will be responsible for the day-to-day
administration and oversight of a variety of financial tasks. Manage the
preparation of financial statements. Oversee preparation of year-end
financial statements. Other responsibilities include developing accounting
policies and procedures, managing the monthly closing cycle, analysis of the
results, monthly forecasting, budget preparation, and profit margin
analysis, and preparation of the annual operation plan.


Payable/Receivable Supervisor Duties include processing heavy volume, full
cycle accounts payable, account analysis, bank reconciliation, cash
management and assisting the Finance & Accounting Manager with month-end
closing procedures. Ensures timely and accurate processing and payment of
vendor invoices. Ensure resolution of accounts payable/receivable issues. 


Skylink and Serco pride themselves in being an equal opportunity/affirmative
action employer who offers excellent salary, benefits and one-of-a-kind work
experiences. Don't miss this excellent opportunity to join a growing
international organization!

 Please send resume and salary requirements to:

HumanResources@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx


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