Responsible for professional duties in the promotion and management of various airport environmental and archaeological issues, compliance programs, including air and water quality and cultural resources protection at Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport. Specific duties: interprets, applies and enforces the provisions of environmental regulations and applicable codes, laws, rules, regulations, specifications, standards, policies and procedures; manages archaeological matters; coordinates with the other agencies on all archaeological testing and historical building maintenance; manages the Maricopa County Air Quality Permit; monitors environmental remediation projects; responsible for development and implementation of the Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP) and control measures necessary for protection of storm water runoff; manages the implementation of the Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasures plan (SPCC) for prevention, control and cleanup of petroleum releases from aviation fuel storage facilities; responsible for spill response and cleanup and regulatory agency reporting; and conducts training to tenants and staff on environmental and archaeological issues.
Bachelor's degree in a Environmental Planning, Environmental Science, Environmental Engineering or a related field and two years of progressively responsible professional level experience in dealing with environmental regulations. Knowledge and experience in Archaeological issues and technologies, project management and airport related expertise is desirable. Valid Arizona Driver's License required. As assigned, specialized certifications may be required.
Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport in Mesa, Arizona is “just plane easy®” for commercial passengers. With three expansive runways (10,401 feet; 10,201 feet; and 9,301 feet), a newly remodeled passenger terminal, and convenient parking, Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport is a dynamic reliever airport to Phoenix’s Sky Harbor International Airport.
Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport is also developing as an interna...tional aerospace center with aircraft maintenance, modification, testing and pilot training. Currently, more than 35 aviation companies operate at the airport, generating over $685 million in annual economic activity.
In addition to the area's skilled labor force, excellent year-round flying weather and access to international markets, Gateway’s assets make it a prime location for global-minded companies. The Airport has been designated as foreign Trade Zone #221 as well as a Military Reuse Zone, offering aviation companies a significant financial edge in the global marketplace.
Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport is owned and operated by the Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport Authority that includes the City of Mesa, City of Phoenix, Town of Gilbert, Town of Queen Creek, and the Gila River Indian Community.
Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport
5835 S. Sossaman Rd.
Mesa, Arizona 85212 USA
Tel: 480-988-7600 Fax: 480-988-2315