Orange County, John Wayne Airport (JWA) is recruiting for a Senior Architect. The Senior Architect is a part of the Airport Engineering Division, which reviews and approves the design and preparation of plans, specifications and cost estimates in connection with the construction and maintenance of public works projects involving John Wayne Airport runways and taxiways, terminal buildings, parking structures, roadways, traffic control devices, bridges, drainage structures, sewer systems, water and fuel distribution systems, etc. The Senior Architect may be assigned as lead to other staff and provides direction to contract staff; must be able to independently perform complex or specialized assignments; provides project leadership; trains staff and consultants; independently reviews, and completes and approves design plans. Airport projects may include specialized tasks related to the development, construction, alteration and/or maintenance of the airport terminal, and related airport facilities.
The ideal candidate possesses a valid license from the California Architects Board and at least three years of professional Architect experience (experience working at a commercial airport is preferred, but not required).
John Wayne Airport (JWA) is a modern, 20 gate, medium hub commercial and general aviation airport located in a vibrant and economically viable area of Southern California. JWA is home to seven (7) commercial airlines, one (1) commuter operator, two (2) all-cargo carriers, two (2) full service FBOs and over 450 general aviation aircraft.
JWA operates as an enterprise fund self-supported through... revenues it generates and receives no monies from the County General Fund. These revenues are utilized to operate the Airport, provide for repayment of revenue bonds, fund facility capital improvements or maintenance projects, and support aviation planning.
Learn more about JWA at www.ocair.com.