1. Prioritizes and coordinates all airside activities with various Federal, State and local agencies (including FAA Control Tower) as well as other airport departments, tenants and agencies.
2. Coordinates the airside construction and maintenance with various airport departments, tenants and agencies.
3. Supervises and assigns Airport Safety Officers - Airfield Specialty work to facilitate the dynamic changing conditions on the Air Operations Area.
4. Responds in person, by phone or by radio to all airport emergencies involving airside activities. Contacts various airport personnel and agencies necessary to address and help facilitate various situations including: a) aircraft accidents, b) fires, c) bombings, d) hijackings, e) hazardous materials incidents, f) power failures and water main breaks, g) vehicle accidents, or other airfield side incident/emergencies.
5. Prepares reports. The reports include: a) Notice to Airmen (NOTAM)s, b)incident reports, c) surveys, d) taped telephone messages, e) daily shift reports, f) response to management request reports, g) performance evaluations, h) monthly reports, i) irregularity in tenant use reports.
6. Reviews Airfield Operations reports. The reports are reviewed for accuracy, content, grammar, and clarity, as they become permanent records. The reports are generated daily, weekly, monthly, shift by shift and per occurrence. The reports include: a) daily runway and taxiway reports, b) night time noise clearance center reports, c) lighting reports, d) field incidents, e) vehicle incidents, f) aircraft accidents, g) ramp inspections, h) admonishment reports, and i) security.
7. Develops, conducts and schedules training for Airport Safety Officers - Airfield Specialty. The training addresses all job areas related to Airport safety and security including the ASOs working relationships with other airport personnel, tenants, and contractors in specific programs.
8. Ensures that airport rules and regulations are enforced through the issuance of written and verbal admonishments.
9. Conducts basic investigation of noise complaints. Implements a cursory check of field conditions upon receipt of complaint through Communications Division and refers complaints received to the Noise Abatement Division for response.
10. Performs annual, probational, and ad-hoc performance evaluations for 9212 Airport Safety Officers - Airfield Specialty; administers disciplinary action when necessary.
A minimum of OND, HND or BCS in any related field of studies
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Temporary 200,000 NGNLess than 1 year Full time International