Under general direction of the Airport Security Coordinator (ASC): - Manage, monitor and enforce the Airport Security Plan (ASP) - Serve as primary contact for airport security-related activities - Manage airport security-related matters, in compliance with regulations, including but not limited to: monitoring, evaluating quality, responsiveness, efficiency and effectiveness of assigned programs, planning, overseeing daily operation, initiating corrective actions, recommending and implementing enhancements/required changes, preparing for an performing audits and managing staff and budgets
Essential Job Functions:
Be available to Transportation Security Administration (TSA ) on a 24-hour basis as required in 49 CFR Part 1542.
Act as ASC during ASC’s absence.
Act as the program manager between Burbank-Glendale-Pasadena Airport Authority (Authority) and TSA, stakeholders, tenant/operators, air carrier station managers, and other federal, state and local government agencies.
Conduct training sessions, briefings and presentations on airport security for management officials, tenants and government agencies.
Use discretion and integrity when handling sensitive matters and ensure communication of key information in accordance to Title 49 CFR Part 1520.
Exercise tact and strategy in interaction with people.
Managing the ASP:
Maintain the ASP in compliance with TSA regulations and its amendments.
Create, review and implement Action Plans in accordance to TSA directives.
Create and maintain policies and standard operating procedures related to airport security.
Investigate, initiate corrective actions and respond to Letters of Investigations (LOI) from TSA.
Work closely with Airport Operations and Maintenance departments in implementing security-related policies and procedures.
Work closely with Airport Operations and Engineering departments on construction projects in access-controlled areas of the airport.
Assist Airside Operations Manager in holding staff accountable for responsibilities in relation to enforcing the ASP and performing certain routine audits.
Managing Badging Office:
Provide effective leadership, engage and motivate staff.
Manage scheduling, training, assignment of duties, oversight of work, performance evaluation and performance management of Badging specialists.
Participate in interviewing and selection of candidates.
Create and maintain policies and standard operating procedures related to airport credentialing.
Responsible for credentialing process including criminal history background checks, security threat assessments, airport badge issuance/renewal/deactivation, and recordkeeping in compliance with TSA regulations and Authority policies.
Managing Security Systems:
Responsible for managing and coordinating maintenance/repairs to some aspects of Access Control system in collaboration with Airport Operations and Information & Communication Technologies Departments.
Responsible for overseeing the contract with the aviation channeling services provider.
Responsible for creating, reviewing, and updating Interactive Employee Training (IET) system
Responsible for managing access cards and cyber key software in compliance with established airport policy.
Oversee, ensure training and performance compliance of contracted security personnel.
Research and provide airport systems data covered under California Public Records Act (CPRA) in compliance with Authority policies.
Design, implement and manage security-related projects.
Research, review and recommend purchasing needs, such as equipment and systems.
Prepare and manage the security operating and capital budgets while monitoring expenditures on a regular basis.
Apply project and team management skills to implement programs in timely and cost-effective manner.
Prepare for and Perform Audits:
Audit airport tenant/operators systems and procedures in compliance with submitted Airport Tenant Security Agreements (ATSA).
Research, manage and collaborate with TSA during comprehensive and other mandated audits of Authority’s records, systems and procedures.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Bachelor’s Degree in Aviation Management, Business Management, Criminal Justice or a related field with at least 3 years of experience in Airport security supervising staff or Airport Operations Supervisor/Manager supervising staff; or combination of education and work experience.
Proficiency in Microsoft Office products including word processing, spreadsheet applications, Excel, PowerPoint and database programs.
Experience in Airport security environment fulfilling duties like those stated in this job description.
AAAE ACE Security or ACE Trusted Agent
License and Special Requirements:
Possession of a valid California Driver’s license
Obtain and maintain security clearance as required by role and TSA regulations
Airport security in a medium-hub airport and applicable federal, state and local laws, regulations, rules and ordinances related to airport security.
Supervisory and management principles and practices.
Microsoft office, including word, excel (intermediate level) and sql (preferred).
Lead a functional area in performing work which is highly visible and complex in nature and scope.
Manage program, maintain compliance, and continually improve processes.
Develop goals and accomplish objectives.
Analyze problems/issues and identify and implement solutions.
Interpret and analyze complex regulatory, industry and technical data and information for decision-making and reporting purposes, including decision-making in stressful situations.
Objectively, consistently and fairly enforce rules and regulations.
Manage complex projects, from planning through implementation.
Review detailed reports and determine relevant information or anomalies which require further review.
Establish and maintain effective working relationships with officials, tenants, department directors, regulatory agencies, direct reports, colleagues and the general public.
Interact effectively with others, exhibiting tact, flexibility, tolerance for different viewpoints, and composure in stressful situations.
Clearly and effectively communicate verbally and in writing to convey information, conduct fact finding, prepare and make presentations and write management reports.
Speak in front of groups for training or meeting presentations.
Be dependable, show initiative, attentive to detail, and make decisions with confidence.
About TBI Airport Management
TBI is the private operator of the Hollywood Burbank Airport administrative and operational staff.
Hollywood Burbank Airport (BUR) is a public airport three miles northwest of downtown Burbank, in Los Angeles County, California. Located on 550 acres, BUR is the closest L.A.-area Airport to the majority of the region's most popular destinations. The Airport is owned by the Burbank-Glendale-Pasadena Airport Authority, controlled by the governments of those cities. The Burbank-Glendale-Pasadena Airport Authority is a separate government agency created under a joint powers agreement between the three cities of Burbank, Glendale, and Pasadena in 1977 for the sole purpose of owning and operating the Hollywood Burbank Airport.