The Airport Manager is responsible for the operation, administration, and maintenance of the Ontario Municipal Airport. The position salary is $4,328.05 - $5,417.76 with benefits.
We are seeking to employ a manager who exemplifies the leadership philosophy of a collaborative team and the CORE values of commitment, openness, respect, and efficiency.
The Airport needs an autonomous individual who wants to work in a challenging environment to improve the Airport and the City of Ontario. This position will provide exciting career opportunities and extensive benefits.
The Ontario Municipal Airport (ONO) is classified as a core, Category 3 Regional General Aviation Airport and is a part of the National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems.
The Airport Manager works alongside many other agencies/entities and is supported by contracted ground and runway maintenance.
Full details of the position are available at https://www.ontariooregon.org/jobs.html. The application window closes on 11/15/2020
Use general office equipment, and word processing and spreadsheet programs;
Communicate effectively verbally and in writing;
Prepare and present accurate and reliable reports;
Understand and follow policies, procedures, and instructions;
Project costs and expenditures; coordinate numerous functions to achieve time-sensitive deadlines;
Maintain effective working relationships with the airport tenants, contractors, the airport committee, the City Council and other City officials, the FAA, State agencies, the general public, and numerous other entities; Project the potential of the airport to prospective tenants and other interested parties
Education and Experience
Associate or Bachelor Degree in business; or an equivalent combination of education and experience that provides the necessary knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform the job duties
Five years of managerial experience
Certificates and Licenses
Valid driver’s license
Required to live within Ontario City limits within 6 months of employment
Additional Salary Information: Payscale based on classification and compensation plan. Step increases are available during annual performance evaluation.
About City of Ontario
The Ontario Municipal Airport (ONO) is classified as a core, Category 3 Regional General Aviation airport. It is part of the National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems. Runway 15/33 is 5011 feet long by 100 feet wide. It has a full-length parallel taxiway, pilot controlled medium intensity runway lights, a rotating beacon, and PAPI and REIL's on Runways 15/33. The instrument approaches include NDB, GPS, and LPV with 250-foot minimums on Runway 33.
?There is 24-hour self-serve 100LL and jet fuel, along with business hours and call-out truck fueling. Truck jet fuel is over the wing and single point. There is on-field aircraft and helicopter maintenance. The Fixed Base Operator (FBO) has a courtesy car that can be reserved. Tie-downs are available starting at a weekly rate. The airport is very friendly with a strong EAA presence. There are 79 based aircraft and a Life Flight base on field.