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    Jeff McNally

    City of Renton 9 reviews – Renton, WA 98058
    $64,944 – $81,120 a year
    This posting is continuous with the first review of applications on December 29, 2017.

    The City of Renton embraces a diverse and inclusive workforce and prides itself on promoting collaboration and teamwork in a positive environment while providing high quality services to the community. The Renton Municipal Airport, owned by the City of Renton, is a general aviation airport serving Renton and nearby communities. The airport provides regional aviation services and is a FAA -designated “Reliever” airport, diverting general aviation traffic from Seatac. The airport is also home to several tenants ranging from flight clubs, flight schools, helicopter and float plane charters and fixed base operators providing fuel, maintenance and other services.

    Perform analytical, professional, and clerical duties in support of the Renton Municipal Airport. Complete tasks according to established policies and procedures, work independently with limited supervision, and contribute through knowledge, skills, and good work habits.

    Reports To: Assistant Airport Manager
    Supervises: Administrative Secretary I

    Essential Functions:
    Assist in the updating and development of Airport leasing policies and practices to ensure equitable and sustainable use of airport assets.
    Analyze and evaluate property usage at Renton Municipal Airport; participate in market surveys, perform rate analysis and prepare recommendations to assist in rental rate determination; draft administrative reports informing City Council for items under consideration.
    Prepare and present plans and reports using market surveys and appraisal reports; work with other staff to prepare requests for proposals to develop property in order to ensure that current or future development conforms to city, state, and federal guidelines; participate in the planning of facilities.
    Manage active agreements and inspect properties regularly to ensure compliance with Airport policies, procedures, and lease terms; prepare and monitor property maintenance work requests; contact tenants regarding delinquent accounts.
    Monitor tenant improvement programs for new and existing tenancies, including design review; manage transition of leased properties.
    Coordinate with various governmental agencies regarding easements, contracts, leases, permits, and right of ways.
    Correspond with prospective tenants and the public regarding current structure, potential property uses, and other policy matters; continuously recruit a wide selection of tenants.
    Collaborate with Airport Manager and Assistant Manager to develop and update leasing policies and practices ensuring equitable and sustainable use of airport assets.
    Assist in budget/fiscal planning and perform revenue analysis; manage grants and coordinate with state and federal agencies to ensure proper use of public funds for capital improvements.
    Supervise, evaluate, and manage workload of Airport Administrative Secretary.
    Remain current with relevant technological advancements as it relates to field.
    Maintain regular, reliable, and punctual attendance, work evening and/or weekend hours as assigned, and travel as required.
    Standard Functions:
    Perform other duties as assigned.
    May be assigned to support critical city priorities during disasters or other emergencies.
    Bachelor’s degree in Business, Public Administration, or Aviation Management.
    2 years of property management experience.
    Or 6 years of relevant education and experience.
    Federal or state grant management experience preferred.
    Demonstrated knowledge of aviation leasing regulations and practices preferred.
    Certified member of American Association of Airport Executives preferred.
    Valid drivers’ license.
    Successful passing of a required background check.

    Oral communication and presentation skills.
    Written communication skills, ensuring correct grammar, spelling, punctuation, and vocabulary.
    Technical writing skills.
    Interpersonal skills using tact, patience, and courtesy.
    Effective, professional, and positive interactions with difficult individuals.
    Understand and follow direction given.
    Meet schedules and deadlines.
    Accurate advanced mathematical skills.
    Recordkeeping and data entry skills.
    Report preparation and distribution skills.
    Research and analytical skills.
    Problem-solving skills.
    Decision-making and conflict-resolution skills.
    Detail-oriented and organization skills.
    Ability to:
    Read and interpret legal descriptions and leases.
    Develop work plans, schedules, and budgets.
    Compose, proofread, and edit correspondence.
    Work independently.
    Generate complex reports.
    Knowledge of:
    Project management principles.
    Federal and state grant management requirements.
    Property management practices.
    Aviation leasing regulations.
    Negotiation methods and/or procedures.
    Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, and Project management software.
    The following represent the physical demands that must be met to successfully perform the essential functions of this job:
    70% of work is performed in a typical office environment and the remaining 30% involves moving throughout the facility and community.
    Driving required.
    Constantly operate a computer and other office equipment.
    Frequent communication with City employees and customers.
    Approved reasonable accommodation requests will be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of the job.

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