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"Aviation Supervisor I - Phoenix, AZ"

Sky Harbor Int'l Airport (AZ)

RECRUITMENT DATES December 5, 2005 - December 16, 2005. 

SALARY $15.81 - $23.54 hourly / $32,885 - $48,963 annualized.

EXPERIENCE Requires three years of responsible experience in airport
maintenance, operations, or general aviation. Other combinations of
experience and education that meet the minimum qualifications may be

DUTIES Supervises employees involved in several different functions
including airfield and landside maintenance, emergency, and critical
telephone/radio communications, parking and ground transportation
operations, security badging office, and reliever airport operations and
maintenance. Typical duties include: shift scheduling; evaluating, ordering,
and maintaining new equipment and supplies; employee and equipment operation
training; preparing reports; handling questions and complaints from the
public; and emergency communication equipment training. Vacancies are
anticipated over the life of this eligible (hiring) list.

ALSO REQUIRED For some positions, individuals will be required to pass an
Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) medical examination, and possess
a class "A" or "B" commercial driver's license, with tank vehicle carrying
hazardous materials (x) endorsements at time of hire, which must be
maintained during employment in a CDL position. Applicants are responsible
for all testing costs. As a condition of employment, employees in CDL
positions will be subject to unannounced alcohol and drug testing, as
required by law. Some positions in this classification require the use of
personal or City vehicles on City business. Individuals must be physically
capable of operating the vehicles safely, possess an appropriate valid
Arizona driver's license, possess personal insurance coverage, and have an
acceptable driving record. All positions in the Aviation Department require
individuals to pass a Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) background check
prior to hire. Working irregular hours, shifts, weekends, holidays, and
evenings may be required. Moving objects weighing up to 20 pounds may be
required. Works in a variety of weather and environmental conditions with
exposure to the elements, dust, noise, and extremely hot temperatures.

RESIDENCE Maricopa County residency is required within 24 months after the
date of hire and must be maintained.

EVALUATION Based on written exam. Only applicants who meet the experience
requirements will be invited to the written exam. In your cover letter or
resume, please describe your experience as it relates to the requirements
stated above. If you do not receive notification within two weeks of the
recruitment close date, please call (602) 495-5703. Previous score may be
reused. Request to Reuse Test Score forms are available in the Personnel
Department Application Office or may be downloaded at www.phoenix.gov/jobs.
The written exam includes supervision, math, reading comprehension, problem
solving, and customer service. The exam is by invitation only and is
scheduled for January 10, 2006. Resume and cover letter guidelines are
available at www.phoenix.gov or at the Application Office.

APPLY On-line or submit your resume, cover letter, and data collection form
to the City of Phoenix Application Office. All completed application
material must be received by 8:00 a.m., Monday, December 19, 2005 in the
Application Office or the drop box that is located in front of the Personnel

To download application materials, click on
http://phoenix.gov/jobs/apps/25240_app.doc. (About 6kb, requires Microsoft
Word. Complete the application materials and submit to the City of Phoenix
Application Office, 135 N. Second Ave., Phoenix, AZ 85003.) 


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