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"Senior Vice President & Chief Engineer - Nashville, TN"



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Metropolitan Nashville Airport Authority
One Terminal Drive, Suite 501Nashville, TN 37214 • www.flynashville.com

 

Job Announcement

 

Senior Vice President & Chief Engineer

$105,000 - $140,000 

 

Responsibilities
Under general administrative direction, plans, administers, organizes and directs planning and engineering functions performed by staff or professional consultants, associated with repairs, improvements or expansion of facilities operated by the Authority, including environmental compliance and minority affairs. Works in accordance with general and specific direction within established policies and procedures while exercising independent judgment.

 

Qualifications

Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering. Master’s degree preferred.

Professional Engineer License (P.E.).

Ten (10) years experience in the planning, design and operation of large  

capital improvement programs, eight of which are to be associated with

airport design and construction. 

 

How to Apply

One Terminal Drive, Suite 501

Nashville, TN 37214

www.flynashville.com

Fax: (615) 275-1499

Applications/resumes will be accepted until the position is filled.

The Metropolitan Nashville Airport Authority is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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