Under the direction of the Facility Management Director or his/her designee, The Aviation Facility Manager will assist in ensuring the operational functionality of airport facilities (baggage) in accordance with applicable regulations, usual and customary standards, and stakeholder requirements.
Examples Of Essential Duties:
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
The following duties are normal for this job. Other duties may be required and assigned.
- Assists in the identification of projects for implementation by Department of Aviation (DOA) facilities organization as required for dealing with facility needs of facility tenants and/or stakeholders.
- Assists with the preparation of the development of an annual plan of Facilities Assessments
- Coordinates activities to ensure facilities comply with all federal, state and local regulations relating to performance standards, building codes, life safety codes, and environmental regulations.
- Assists baggage facility manager with operations’ process analysis, provide recommendations for solving problems as they arise and deliver meaningful input for improving the operation and making it run more efficiently.
- Management of conveyor systems, x-ray scanning equipment; process mapping and general baggage handling.
- Perform multi-task assignments, technical analysis and financial management of project costs.
- Interfaces with DOA line organizations responsible for the daily operation/management of facilities to ensure facilities meet functional requirements.
- Communicates effectively with the project stakeholders (departmental divisions, City bureaus, airlines, local jurisdictions, permitting agencies, etc).
- Responsible for the implementation of systems and procedures to collect user input on the condition and functionality of facilities assigned to this position
- Planning and Organizing
- Plans and organizes daily work routine; establishes priorities for the completion of work in accordance with department needs.
- Fiscal Responsibilities :
- Reviews tenant construction plans, and recommends appropriate financial agreements in adherence to leases/operating agreements.
Has the ability to perform plan review. Is capable of reading and interpreting scaled drawings. Is skilled at the use of computers and is skilled particularly at the operation of word processing, and spreadsheet software. Is capable of reading and interpreting site layout and grading plans.
Communication, interpersonal skills as applied to interaction with coworkers, supervisor, the general public, etc. sufficient to exchange or convey information and to receive work direction.
Is able to comprehend and apply regulations and procedures of the department. Is capable of working under a moderate degree of stress related to duties that require constant attention to detail and tight deadlines.
Minimum Training and Experience Required to Perform Essential Job Functions
A degree in facility management, project management, architecture, engineering, or building construction (or equivalent degree) is desirable but not required. Four years of facilities management or related experience may be substituted for a degree. Experience in analyzing and evaluating facilities requirements and formulating solutions and recommendations is desired. Experience in successfully working with real estate management, architects/engineers, and maintenance personnel is desired. Experience with cost and scheduling systems is desirable.
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: Must be physically able to operate computational and technical measuring equipment. Must be able to move or carry related objects or materials and climb stairways, steps, and laddeers. Physical demand requirements are at levels of those for active work. Must be able to function in outdoor environments of heat, cold, wind, rain, bright sun, both day and night on occasions.
The city of Atlanta is an equal opportunity employer.