Tulsa Airports Improvement Trust operates and manages Tulsa International Airport, RL Jones Riverside Airport, and Okmulgee Regional Airport. We enjoy a smooth and collaborative work environment with a great work/life balance and comprehensive benefit package. Benefits include a pension, partially employer-funded medical insurance and life insurance, 13 paid holidays, and personal time off.
We are currently searching for a graduate with a Bachelor of Science degree in Aviation Management. Applicants must hold this degree to be considered. This position will be responsible for performing a variety of duties at Tulsa International Airport on the airfield, perimeter and Airport property to ensure compliance with FAA regulations, as well as Airport rules, policies, and procedures.
Assures that Tulsa International Airport is effectively operated in a safe and secure manner and in the best interest of the general public by maintaining constant awareness of all facilities and activities on airport property affecting tenants and the general public in accordance with all established rules, regulations and criteria of federal and local governments and other policies.
Responsible to maintain compliance with all aspects of the Airport Certification Manual (ACM). Duties include, but are not limited to:
Inspections of the airfield identifying all discrepancies, issuing proper notifications, and ensuring a proper resolution.
Monitor airfield for presence of wildlife and take proper means to eliminate the wildlife hazard.
Monitor construction and maintenance activity to ensure compliance with Part 139 and Part 77 standards. Represents airport operational interests in regards to airfield construction and maintenance projects in and around the Air Operations Area (AOA). Tasked with opening and closing of pavements and other sections of the airfield.
Issues appropriate Notices to Airmen (NOTAMs) and field condition reports.
Assists with compliance of the Airport Security Program as needed.
Assists with compliance of the Airport Emergency Plan (AEP). Takes the initial lead for the Operations Division in emergency operations and takes prescribed precautionary measures in case of airside incidents or emergencies. Incorporates and adheres to NIMS/ICS procedures during emergency events.
Coordinates with Airport Police and TSA with Terminal and airside security breaches (sweeps and contacts proper personnel) and other security incidents. Coordinates with Airport Police, local law enforcement, United States Secret Service and the FBI on matters of security and safety necessary for special events, activities and for the arrival of visiting dignitaries.
Performs necessary functions during snow and ice control operations including but not limited to:
Must be available for snow and ice control operations
Performs friction testing, prepares field condition reports and disseminates information to tenants and stakeholders in a timely manner. Documents winter event data and summary information.
Works with airside tenants, landside tenants and Air Traffic Control in coordinating runway and other pavement areas for snow and ice control operations to accommodate tenants’ peak operational times, when possible.
Responsible to monitor winter weather conditions both landside and airside. Uses the airport’s pavement sensors information system.
Reads and monitors weather forecasts and radar data. Initiates pre-storm coordination with other Tulsa International Airport staff.
Operates the airport’s Snow and Ice Control Center (Snow Desk).
Monitors de-icing activities and ensures that de-icing is taking place in designated areas.
Represents airport management during certain days and hours of the workweek. Initiates notifications to Building and Field Maintenance when discrepancies, problems and repair issues are identified.
Performs airfield escorts as necessary
Assists Supervisor with airfield training as necessary
Performs other tasks as deemed necessary
Additional Salary Information: Great benefits
Internal Number: 194
About Tulsa Airports Improvement Trust
On January 21, 1928, 47 local business men signed the Stud Horse Note, agreeing to finance the construction of Tulsa’s first airport, and support its operation thereafter. These civic minded leaders comprised the airport’s first executive committee.
Today, Tulsa Airports Improvement Trust (TAIT) administers, manages and operates Tulsa International Airport and R.L. Jones, Jr. Airport. TAIT’s mission is to provide a safe, efficient, self-supporting airport system for the citizens of the Tulsa metropolitan area and surrounding region.
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