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Supervisor Airport Operations and Maintenance (ARFF Certified)

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    Jeff McNally

    Metro – Sauget, IL

    Ensures safety, security and regulatory compliance of a FAR Part 139 Class IV Commercial Service and Large General Aviation Reliever Airport. Under the leadership and mentoring of the Manager, Airport Operations and Maintenance (ARFF Certified) supervise all airport maintenance activities and personnel; maintains certification and proficiency as an aircraft rescue firefighter; trains and directs airport firefighters in airport maintenance duties; coordinates maintenance and firefighter work schedules; advises and assists the airport director in areas of air operations and safety; and serves as key first-responder during airport emergencies and natural disasters. Ensures the airport remains open by directing emergency clean-up after severe weather and other emergencies.

    Essential Outcomes

    Provide direct supervision of contractors on Airport property.

    Assist with development of annual maintenance budgets.

    Provide direct supervision for pesticide and herbicide application.

    Troubleshoot and repair field lighting circuits.

    Maintain hangar doors (manual and electrical).

    Meet with Airport patrons and respond to complaints.

    Assign work and train employees in methods and procedures of safe operation in airport environment.

    Ensure compliance with airport rules and regulations, enforce legal and regulatory requirements impartially.

    Conduct routine and special airport facility inspections.

    Assess the effects of facility conditions on continued safe air operations.

    Coordinate with air traffic control personnel and recommend air operations procedures appropriate to the existing conditions.

    Translate conditions into appropriate aeronautical terms, author, publish, and distribute Notice to Airmen (NOTAMS)

    Structural repairs (to include welding) to metal buildings.

    Sheet metal forming for repairs to metal buildings.

    Troubleshoot and repair minor electrical circuit problems.

    Provide supervision for troubleshooting HVAC systems.

    Under the direction of the Fire Chief and/or as a member of the Aircraft Rescue Firefighting team responds to control and extinguish fires, rescue occupants, and assist in eliminating any emergency situations.

    Drives firefighting apparatus in compliance with the laws of the State of Illinois and Fire Department operating procedures.

    Able to tolerate considerable exposure to stressful situations as a result of human behavior while responding to emergency and non-emergency situations.

    Conduct fire safety inspection and education programs for airport staff, tenants, and customers.

    Conduct aircraft fuel storage and dispensing systems inspections.

    Completes daily job assignments to maintain fire station, grounds, and equipment in a clean and serviceable condition.

    Conduct routine and special airport facility inspections.

    Required Skills

    Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities

    An advanced understanding of airport operations and a varied background in maintenance of equipment (rolling stock), buildings (carpentry, plumbing & electrical) roads, runways and grounds (concrete, asphalt and plant life). Familiarization and aptitude for a broad array of management areas including personnel administration, budget development, customer service, public relations, oral and written communication, facility management, security, grounds and building maintenance, and crisis response management. Must be self-motivated, enthusiastic, flexible, and adaptable. Pilot experience highly desirable. Must be a Certified Firefighter II (Basis for Firefighter skills required to become an ARFF Firefighter). Minimum of Medical First Responder or EMT-B certification (Required by FAA Part 139). Must have certification as an FAA Basic Airport Firefighter (Required by FAA Part 139). Such certification must be maintained in good standing at all times. Must be familiar with airport operations, and have knowledge of Aircraft Rescue Firefighting apparatus operation (Required by FAA Part 139). Must satisfy the medical condition requirements of National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) Standard 1582 (Referenced by FAA).

    Required Experience

    High School or GED required

    3 Years of Airport Maintenance

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