TYPICAL DUTIES: Plan, organize, implement, direct and review airport property usage and appraisals. Involves: Recommend rental rates and charges, and forecast revenues and costs associated with leasing airport properties. Negotiate leases and rental agreements. Advise and assist tenants. Initiate collection procedures against delinquent lessees. Prepare related reports and correspondence for presentation to Mayor and Council. Research and recommend airport property leasing, sales or acquisition policy interest. Recommend and arrange for approval of leasehold development and improvement. Schedule and direct inspection of premises to ensure tenant compliance with lease requirements. Acts as a liaison between Department and domestic and international airline representatives. Plan, organize, implement, direct and review department financial administration. Involves: Oversee record keeping and preparation of accounting reports and financial statements within City's approved accounting systems. Direct department inventories and warehouse activities. Conduct cost-benefit, statistical or other analyses, and recommend funding program improvements and staffing changes.
Education and Experience: A Bachelor's degree in business, public or aviation administration or a related field, and six (6) years business or real estate management experience, including four (4) years of airport real estate management experience.
Licenses and Certificates: Texas Class "C" Driver's License or equivalent from another state.
About El Paso International Airport
El Paso International Airport (ELP) is the gateway to West Texas, Southern New Mexico, and Northern Mexico. It provides airline passenger services, air cargo, and general aviation services.
The airport is a small HUB airport serviced by five legacy airlines and two low cost airlines, with 55 daily flights and provides service to 15 destinations. The airport provides service to over 3,200,000 passengers annually.
El Paso International Airport has two air carrier runways and one general aviation runway. Precision and non-precision instrument approaches are available at El Paso.
The airport is favored with abundant land (nearly 7,100 acres) with two developed industrial parks containing 800 acres and beautiful weather. The ariport is located 6 miles east of downtown El Paso and 1.7 miles north of Interstate 10 Exit 25 (Airway Blvd.)