CWA Operations & Maintenance Supervisor

Application Deadline: 2022-10-09
Job Type: County
Job Description:

The purpose of this positions is to develop, recommend, implement, monitor, and improve the continued operation of the Central Wisconsin Airport. A strong 24/7 operations program is essential to the safe and efficient operation of a commercial service airport. There are two Supervisors at the airport who report directly to the Assistant Airport Director. The Operations and Maintenance Supervisors oversee a team of 12 Operations and Maintenance Technicians plus part-time and seasonal employees. CWA Supervisors must have the ability and experience to make the right decisions in the best interest of the airport.

Hours: Wednesday – Saturday, 6AM-4PM shift. The first 1-2 months will be M-F 7AM-3PM for training.

Minimum Training and Experience Required to Perform Essential Job Functions (Before Hire)

Education/Formal Training and Experience:

Associates’ or technical school degree from an accredited program in aviation management, emergency management, fire science, criminal justice or a related field; and,
At least two years of progressively responsible airport operations and maintenance experience at public commercial service airport or,
Any combination of education, training and experience which provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform the essential functions of the job
Valid Wisconsin Driver’s License
Ability to pass various background checks
Additional Airport Certifications and Training Requirements After Hire

Minimum Training (Required for All Supervisors)
All required Part 139 and Part 1542 Training Requirements
Airport Rescue and Firefighting certification
First Aid/CPR/AED
Airport Security Coordinator
AAAE Basic Airport Safety and Operations Specialist training
AAAE Airport Certified Employee – Operations
Proficiency Training (Desired for All Supervisors)
AAAE Advanced Airport Safety and Operations Specialist training
Incident Command System (ICS) training, level ICS-300
Wisconsin Class B Commercial driver’s license
Approved Leadership Program Certificate
Advanced Training (Optional for All Supervisors)
AAAE Airport Certified Employee – Security OR AAAE Certified Member (C.M.)

The following duties are normal for this position. These are not to be construed as exclusive or all-inclusive. Other duties may be required and assigned.

As a supervisor member of the Central Wisconsin Airport leadership team, provides guidance, support and takes appropriate actions to continuously improve the impact of the airport in the community
Ensures Compliance with Federal Aviation Regulations Part 139 –Certification of Airports and relevant Advisory Circulars
Supports and implements an efficient Snow and Ice Control Plan and effectively briefs employees and stakeholders on responsibilities and expectations
Implements the airport’s Wildlife Hazard Management Plan in accordance with current regulations and the airport’s need
Supports a robust Notice to Airmen and field condition reporting program
Meets and exceeds compliance with FAA regulated Airport Rescue and Firefighting requirements
Supports local and regional Emergency Management preparedness and coordination
Ensures compliance with TSA Part 1542 Airport Security Plan, Security Directives and Information Circulars
Act as an alternate Airport Security Coordinator
Monitor and maintain storm water compliance with state and federal regulations
Supports and develops airport safety programs and risk management best practices
Supports and develops the airport’s employee training programs, Standard Operating Procedures, and employee development
Directs, oversees, coordinates, and supervises the maintenance and cleaning of all airport facilities and fleet vehicles
Develops training curriculum for new airport systems and facilities.
Ability to assume the role of the Assistant Airport Director in their absence
Additional tasks and responsiblities: While the following tasks are necessary for the airport to function, they are not an essential part of the purpose of this position and may also be performed by other unit members.

Assists in the implementation of the Airport Capital Improvement Program
Assists in managing the airport’s IT infrastructure
Participates in strategic and tactical planning efforts for the airport
Assists in airport marketing efforts including updating the airport’ website and social media presence.
Assists in airport badging
Supports the maintenance and operation of the airport’s parking and ground transportation system
Assists in preparation and implementation of the airport’s short- and long-term financial planning and annual budgeting
Assist in managing Airport Noise Program and complaints

Salary Range (C41): Minimum–$51,216; Midpoint–$61,458; Maximum–$73,852 plus Marathon County government’s employee benefit package

Deadline Note: