SUMMARY Under general supervision, this position performs a variety of analytical and professional administrative tasks involved with the support of the airport management team, and operational support to management.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS • Develops and interprets policies and written procedures, conducts evaluations, recommends process improvements, and prepares operational and procedural manuals. • Monitors and evaluates current standards and procedures for effectiveness and applicability to current business practices. • Assists in special events and marketing efforts. • Confers with other departments, consultants and tenants and explains airport policies and procedures. • Assists the public by advising and providing information as needed. • Provides programmatic and operational support to Airport Director. • May be asked to perform additional job duties that are directly, indirectly or completely unrelated to normal job functions in the course of presenting certain Town special events. • Performs related duties as required or assigned.
Education, Training, and Experience Guidelines
Bachelor’s degree in aviation management, business, or related field; AND two (2) years’ experience in aviation, or administrative support experience; OR an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience. Ability to establish and maintain harmonious relations with fellow employees, Town officials, and outside contracts. Safe driving record. Clear criminal background check and clear pre-employment drug screen.
Knowledge of FAA regulations pertaining to public use airport facilities.
Research techniques, statistical methods and report writing.
Per FAA Advisory Circular 150/5210-20, selected candidate must be able to demonstrate a knowledge of the English language.
Applicable Federal, State, and local laws and regulations.
Operating a computer including standard software.
Completing accurate and detailed analytical studies and formulating recommendations.
Identifying issues and interpreting technical and numerical information.
Performing a wide variety of administrative duties with little or minimal supervision.
Data collection and work management software.
Financial management systems including accounts payable, budgeting and project accounting.
Evaluating and developing improvements in operations, procedures, policies, or methods.
The Town of Addison is a home rule city and operates under a council-manager form of government. The City Council, which consists of the Mayor and six Council members, appoints the City Manager. The City Manager, who was appointed in January, is excited to continue moving Addison forward and has helped articulate the organizational vision by reminding employees to Be BRAVE through the launch of the following organizational values: AccountaBility, Responsiveness, InnovAtion, SerVice, and IntEgrity. The successful candidate will exemplify these values and vision for the future of the organization by setting the tone for employees.