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METROPOLITAN NASHVILLE AIRPORT AUTHORITY 

Human Resources Department

Announces

 

                                           Classification(s)

 

Senior vice president and chief operating officer

(contract position) 

 

Eligible registers for those positions will be abolished and new registers established as a result of these examinations.

 

Closing date for filing applications/resumes: Open until filled.

 

Salary Range: $100,000 - $155,000

                                               

HOW TO APPLY

 

1)      Secure application blanks and other information in the Human Resources Department located on the fourth floor of the terminal.

2)      File your application as soon as it is completed.  If you meet the requirements, you will be advised where and when to report for examination.

3)      All applications and correspondence regarding the Metropolitan Nashville Airport Authority examinations should be addressed to:

Human Resources Department
One Terminal Drive, Suite 501
Nashville, TN 37214

4)      This announcement does not imply that employment is available immediately.  Vacancies within the Airport Authority are filled from eligibility lists established by competitive examinations.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                                             

METROPOLITAN NASHVILLE AIRPORT AUTHORITY

 

SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT

(CONTRACT)

 

                                                                               

 

Job Purpose:

 

Under the general direction of the President & CEO, the Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer (COO) manages the daily operations of the Metropolitan Nashville Airport Authority.  Responsible for overseeing Operations and Maintenance, Public Safety, Properties, Community Affairs/Customer Service, Marketing, and Business Development (passenger, cargo) general aviation.   

 

 

Essential Job Functions:

 

Directs a staff responsible for developing and providing the administration of all day-to-day activities concerned with airport operations and maintenance, safety and security, community affairs/customer service, business development, property and concession management.

 

Routinely confers with the President & CEO, executive staff, tenants, consultants, and community and business leaders to foster existing business relationships and to encourage future business development and growth.

 

Establishes and monitors departmental objectives to insure alignment with the Authorityís Long-Term Strategic Business Plan.  

 

Coordinates and manages land acquisition programs of the Authority.  Maintains liaison with tenants, governmental agencies, and other economic interests, private and civic.  Routinely makes presentations to stakeholders and community and business leaders.

 

Responsible for preparation of statistical and financial impact analyses. 

 

Prepares and manages the departmentsí operating and capital improvement budgets.

 

 

Supplemental Job Functions:

 

Performs related work as required.

 


 

JOB STANDARDS

 

SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT

(CONTRACT)

 

February 2004

 

Education and Knowledge:

Bachelorís degree from an accredited college in the field of business, airport or aviation management or other related field.  Masterís degree preferred.   Knowledge of principles and practices of accounting, budgeting, customer relations, contract negotiation, property management, and general administration.  Airport management experience required. 

 

Must possess a valid Tennessee State Driverís License; must maintain SIDA (Security Identification Display Area) and AOA (Airport Operations Area) clearance.

 

Work Experience:

Minimum of ten years experience in administrative and business management positions at air carrier airports.  

 

Mental Skills:

Demonstrated ability to analyze, plan, develop, and implement executive management actions consistent with organizational and community needs.  Ability to direct staff in accomplishing positive results working under pressure.  Must have negotiation skills.

 

Manual Skills:

Ability to operate personal computer.

 

Physical Effort:

Little required.

 

Working Conditions:

Good.

 

Safety of Others:

Reasonable care.

 

Public Relations:

Ability to establish and maintain effective internal and external working relationships.  Must demonstrate strong interpersonal skills and high level of professionalism.

 

Supervisory Skills:

Must plan and supervise the work of others and have the ability to lead a staff in accomplishing organizational goals.  Must be able to evaluate employee performance and resolve conflicts.


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