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McCarran Int'l Airport - Airport Program Administrator



Airport Program Administrator
Clark County Department of Aviation

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Plans, directs, oversees, reviews and evaluates the work of staff providing 
support to airport planning and design programs; provides program planning, 
oversight, technical assistance, review and evaluation of such programs; acts 
as the departmental representative and liaison with the Federal Aviation 
Administration and other Airport and County departments, service providers and 
funding sources for assigned programs. Acts as administrator of consulting 
contracts for the Planning Section, and advises the Airport Planning manager on 
contractual issues. Requires Bachelorís Degree in Business, Public 
Administration or a field related to the programmatic area to which assigned 
and four years of full-time related professional level experience. An advanced 
degree in appropriate field preferred. Professional level experience that has 
provided the skills and knowledge necessary to perform all job functions at 
this level may be substituted for the education on a year-for-year basis to a 
maximum of two years. Salary: $58,510.40 - $90,708.80 a
nnually. 

Apply on-line at: www.mccarran.com/careers
(702) 261-5909

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