The Airport Planner is responsible for all planning functions related to Hollywood Burbank Airport
Essential Job Functions:
Solicit input from all departments and stakeholders regarding desired Capital Improvement Projects. Develop project scopes and planning level cost estimates based on input received.
Develop and maintain a systematic approach to prioritizing CIP projects
Develop and maintain a 10-year lookahead planning schedule
Develop and maintain a 5-year lookahead program schedule
Develop and maintain the FAA 5-year NPIAS, 3-year ACIP, and Caltrans CIP
Develop and maintain a 2-year lookahead project planning schedule
Ensure appropriate level of review under the California Environmental Quality Act and the National Environmental Policy Act for airport projects and respond to requests for comments on project outside of the airport.
Manage the procurement and contract administration of any planning or technical consultants
Develop and maintain a project bid database and as-built cost history database
Initiate the airport’s Federal grant-in-aid and Passenger Facility Charge application processes
Coordinate with the FAA ADO Planner
Update and maintain the Airport Layout Plan
Coordinate airport operations and demand forecasts with applicable outside agencies
Maintain organized facility and site as-built drawings describing the current condition of the existing site and facilities
Develop planning level life-cycle cost impacts of proposed projects and conduct project risk assessments
Coordinate with the Environmental Department
Prepare staff reports and present to the Airport Authority Commission.
Frequent exposure to public, ranking officials, tenants, vendors and contractors while presenting a professional approach using tact, judgment and diplomacy to provide a high level of service and accurate information.
Perform other duties as assigned.
Two years’ experience in a full-time role performing airport, transportation, community, or urban planning functions.
Bachelor’s degree in transportation, community, or urban planning, engineering, aviation management, or related field.
Certification from American Planning Association’s American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP) is preferred, but not required.
License and Special Requirements:
Possession of a valid California Driver’s license
Obtain and maintain security clearance as required by role and TSA regulations
Experience with AutoCAD, BIM, and GIS
Principles of transportation, community, or urban planning
FAA Airport Improvement Program Handbook (Order 5100.38D)
FAA Passenger Facility Charge (Order 5500.1)
Read and write English, read technical documents and design drawings.
Orally communicate via public speaking, tenant communications, and conducting meetings.
Work well with others in a team setting and effectively communicate with Senior Staff, outside agencies and Airport Authority members.
Maintain integrity and discretion necessary to safeguard confidential data handled or obtained as regular part of the job.
Operate motor vehicles, and ability to walk around construction sites, exposure to weather conditions, working during all hours of the day; use of personal protective equipment and hand and arm dexterity to operate computers, printers and telephones.
About TBI Airport Management @ Hollywood Burbank Airport
TBI is the private operator of the Hollywood Burbank Airport administrative and operational staff.
Hollywood Burbank Airport (BUR) is a public airport three miles northwest of downtown Burbank, in Los Angeles County, California. Located on 550 acres, BUR is the closest L.A.-area Airport to the majority of the region's most popular destinations. The Airport is owned by the Burbank-Glendale-Pasadena Airport Authority, controlled by the governments of those cities. The Burbank-Glendale-Pasadena Airport Authority is a separate government agency created under a joint powers agreement between the three cities of Burbank, Glendale, and Pasadena in 1977 for the sole purpose of owning and operating the Hollywood Burbank Airport.