The Manager of Airport Administration is responsible for overseeing the safe and efficient daily operations of Portsmouth International Airport at Pease.
Essential duties include, but are not limited to:
•Coordinating, managing and maintaining daily airport operations and administrative activities.
•Coordinating with Maintenance, Security and Operations Agents to ensure airfield and airport are maintained per legal, regulatory and safety standards
•Identifying goals and objectives for staff; including training and work assignments, and staff supervision
•Managing fiscal responsibilities of the airport; overseeing the annual airport budgets
•Responsible for implementing the airport emergency program and responding to emergencies
•Coaching, mentoring, motivating, counseling and reviewing performance for all direct reports; ensuring employee safety is maintained at all times and all accidents are investigated promptly. Creating interdepartmental cohesiveness through strong communication and collaboration
•Managing contracted services and coordinating the RFP process
Skills and experience requirements:
Must be able to lead people to work toward PSM's vision, mission and goals by providing a work environment that fosters the development of others, facilitates cooperation and teamwork, and supports constructive resolution of conflicts
Thorough working knowledge of principles and practices of supervision
Experience with Time and Attendance Systems
Experience with Asset Management Systems
Thorough working knowledge of federal and state construction and operations statutes and codes, including, but not limited to fire codes, health codes, electrical codes, and OSHA/MIOSHA rules and regulations
Thorough working knowledge of ADA accessibility requirements relating to public buildings and the fixtures and furnishings therein
Working knowledge of snow removal practices, protocols and requirements for airfield movement and non-movement areas in a cold weather station
Working knowledge of building, grounds, and airfield maintenance principles and practices, including preventative maintenance programs and practices
Working knowledge of security and safety protocols and procedures
Working knowledge of budget planning and administration
Knowledge of applied mechanics, hydraulics, building mechanical systems, and electricity
Ability to analyze complex issues and develop solutions
Ability to instruct, direct, and evaluate employees
Ability to read and interpret blueprints, engineering and architectural drawings and designs, mechanical drawings, engineering, diagrams, and architectural specifications
Thorough working knowledge of risk management practices and procedures for facilities and facility operations
Must meet the requirements of TSR1542 for a criminal history and/or background check and security identification display area training (SIDA)
Ability to read, understand, and apply best practices related to news and current events that relate to aviation operations, procedures and required training
Ability to successfully complete all requisite training to maintain airfield driving privileges for the entire Airport Operations Area (AOA)
Proven communications skills
Certificates, Licenses, Registrations
Must hold valid driver’s license from the current state of residence.
About Portsmouth International Airport
Pease Development Authority oversees Skyhaven Airport, Pease Golf Course, Division of Ports and Harbors, Pease Tradeport, and Portsmouth International Airport (PSM). PSM is a primary non-hub airport with commercial service which is experiencing significant growth. PSM has a full Federal Inspection Services facility with on-site U.S. Customs and Border Protection staff and an airfield with an 11,321 foot runway, making it ready to handle any aircraft in the world, regardless of size, that is departing or arriving from any location. Skyhaven Airport (DAW) is a General Aviation airport poised for growth.