Monroe County, FL
Senior Director of Airports
Primary function is to manage the Key West International Airport, and oversee the Management of the Marathon Airport. The Director oversees the Airport’s daily operations, plans for future construction projects and environmental studies in conjunction with the FAA, FDOT and other Federal, State, and County agencies.
Bachelor's Degree required. Major(s) required: Airport Management or related field.
7 to 10 years minimum amount of prior related work experience.
Determine strategy as well as long range goals for the organization. Design processes, allocate resources, and report to elected officials or the public.
Develop policies, long range plans, and allocate funds. I make decisions that involve multiple priorities, limited resources, and internal and external challenges. Most of my decisions impact the organization as a whole. I report to elected or appointed officials who hold me accountable for the success of the organization.
Perform work that involves high level issues, processes, or organizational needs. Decisions impact the community at large, most of the staff, or both. Performance is evaluated by elected officials or senior managers based on the outcomes of decisions.
Interact with senior managers, citizens, and elected officials on a regular basis. Principal role in the organization is to ensure that the principals and objectives of the elected officials are implemented in an efficient and effective manner.
Regularly make decisions that could lead to major community or organizational consequences if failed to make the appropriate decision at the time.Work requires only minor physical exertion and/or physical strain. Work environment involves only infrequent exposure to disagreeable elements. Intermittently walking.
On Call 24 hours a day to respond to emergencies at the airports.