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"Airports Manager - San Mateo County, Calif."


San Mateo County's Department of Public Works & Parks is seeking a dynamic and innovative Airports Manager to oversee the operations, management and development of the County-owned airports in San Carlos and Half Moon Bay. The Airports Program provides airport users, tenants, pilots, visitors, outside agencies, employees and the community with the highest level of airport services in a safe, responsible, economical and cooperative manner.

Working under the direction of the Deputy Director of Public Works for Administration and Airports, you will plan, coordinate, direct and evaluate all phases of maintenance, operations, safety and security activities at airports under the County’s jurisdiction. In this role, you will represent the airports in the development, administration and enforcement of leases and other contracts concerning use of airport lands, facilities and services, as well as supervise technical, clerical and supervisory staff. Additional duties include budgeting, ground personnel management and ensuring that the airports are in compliance with County and FAA rules and regulations.

Requires 3+ years of increasingly responsible administrative experience in airport management, operations, finance, planning and/or construction involving the development of operational programs, policies and procedures to safely administer aeronautical activities and traveler utilization. Must have at least one year of managerial or supervisory experience and strong leadership, negotiation, interpersonal and written/verbal communication skills.

APPLICATION DEADLINE:  November 1st at 5:00pm PST

To learn more about the position, please visit: http://www.smcgov.org/hr/Rec/AirportsManager.pdf Note:  Resumes will not be accepted in lieu of submitting the required application materials.  EOE 


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