Under the supervision of the Vice President, the General Manager is responsible for leading, planning, organizing, and directing airport operations and maintenance. Responsibilities include staffing of supervisors at all levels and capacities of the operation.
Essential Job Functions
Manage employees in completing daily job functions related to maintenance, airside operations and Communications Center (maybe).
Ensure compliance with FAR Part 139 and other regulations that pertain to the safe operation of the airfield.
Maintain airport certification manual, airport rules and regulations, associated LOAs, MOUs, SOPs and policies.
Manage, direct, plan, organize and coordinate daily airside operations & maintenance of the airport.
Prepare budget (both TBI and ONT) in conjunction with management team. Manage budget. Implement and monitor expenditures in accordance with applicable policies and procedures. Direct allocation of resources to achieve timely outcomes and measurable goals within budget.
Oversee staff scheduling, including setting, review and implementation of related policies and procedures.
Participate in recruiting, candidate interview and selection.
Audit daily inspection reports, safety reports, public/property damage reports, hazmat reports, complaint reports, miscellaneous reports, and log entries; analyze and review operational and activity reports; and coordinate resolutions to airfield safety related accidents/incidents.
Manage capital improvement projects for maintenance, airside operations;assist other departments with capital improvement projects.
Provide effective professional leadership, positioning operations and maintenance to meet the current and future needs of the airport through strategic and tactical planning, budgeting, management, and coordination and communication with stakeholders.
Coordinate with airport departments to ensure construction project plans and production phases are in compliance.
Develop and enforce Federal, State, and local rules and regulations governing airport use.
Assign a member of airport operations team as liaison to the emergency operations center and/or incident commander for specific phases at the airport unified incident command post in the event of incidents described in the Airport Emergency Plan.
Participate in negotiation of contracts with suppliers, airport tenants and service and construction providers.
Ensure effective and efficient functioning of work, work documentation and work processes.
Oversee department safety program compliance and initiating improvements or enhancements.
Coordinate tasks and projects with airport community and other stakeholders.
Prepare written reports and presentations including complex and technical information. Deliver presentations.
Establish, direct, publish and maintain standard operating procedures; direct the publication of rules and regulations governing the use of airport facilities; and ensure that air traffic and safety regulations are consistent with Federal standards.
Act as liaison between members of Federal agencies, air carriers, fixed base operators, airport users and the public relative to various facets of airport operations.
Consult with management and TBI's legal counsel on matters relating to Federal, State and local law, which affect operating decisions and plans.
Assist in developing and implementing operational policies to ensure and enhance efficient operation of work unit. Perform other duties as assigned.
Be the point of contact for all things TBI/Airports Worldwide in Ontario. Prepare and deliver reports/papers as needed by TBI AM/AWW management.
Bachelor's degree in airport management, business administration or related field and 5 years of high level airport management experience in airport operations or maintenance at a commercial service airport, or an equivalent combination of experience and education.
Knowledge of management principles and practices relating to airport operations, planning and maintenance, FAA rules and regulations affecting airport operations and airport construction and equipment.
Ability to lead a functional area in performing work which is highly visible and complex in nature and scope, and knowledge of effective management principles and practices related to supervision and employee development.
Knowledge of negotiation and preparation of airport leases, contracts, and rates and charges.
Ability to research, analyze, develop and present ideas and issues, develop recommendations and implement solutions.
Ability to develop goals and accomplish objectives, build consensus and be responsive to organizational needs and expectations.
Ability to manage complex projects, from plan through implementation.
Ability to communicate effectively, orally and in writing.
Ability to establish and maintain effective relationships with others.
Computer proficiency, including Microsoft Office.
Must have, or be able to obtain, a valid California driver's license, and have acceptable driving record.
Normal Working Hours:
Monday through Friday, 8 am to 5 pm, or approved alternative schedule in accordance with TBI policy. Work schedule may change anytime which includes nights and weekends based on business and work demands.
A review of this description has excluded the marginal functions of the position that are incidental to the performance of fundamental job duties. All duties and requirements are essential job functions.
This job description in no way states or implies that these are the only duties to be performed by the employee occupying the position. Employees will be required to perform any other job- related duties assigned by their supervisor.
This document does not create an employment contract, implied or otherwise, other than an “at will” employment relationship.
About TBI Airport Management, Inc.
Airports Worldwide/TBI Airport Management, Inc. is a privately-held, multi-national company with a successful and proven track record of investments and operations in airports in the Americas and Europe.