general supervision, performs a wide range of facility operations, maintenance
and security activities at the Stockton Metropolitan Airport; renders
assistance and service to airport users; assists with emergency response; and does other or related work as required in accordance
with Rule 3, Section 3 of the Civil Service Rules.
This is the journey-level class in the
Airport Operations Specialist class series.
An incumbent in this class is responsible for day-to-day facility operations,
maintenance and security at the Stockton Metropolitan Airport facility. Independent
judgment is required in all airfield matters, including possible emergency
inspects airport facilities, grounds and equipment to ensure safe operations,
including airfield pavement, lighting and marking, aircraft parking, and
fencing; implements and monitors the Wildlife Hazard Management Plan; coordinates
maintenance and repairs with maintenance and other staff.
closed circuit and alarm systems; reports problems immediately.
airport facilities to ensure compliance with federal aviation regulations,
airport policies and ordinances, uniform fire codes, and other related
requirements; observes runway conditions and issues Notices to Airmen (NOTAMS) to
advise airlines and others of conditions; observes and reports improper,
illegal, or hazardous activities or conditions to proper authorities.
emergency response with other response agencies; makes appropriate
and assists airport users and the general public; may transport the public on
airport grounds; may conduct tours of Airport facilities as directed; promotes
good public relations.
correspondence, reports and other documentation.
Maintains the Airport Access Control System (Badging
System), including auditing files and access media for correct information and
updating and renewing access media as necessary.
EITHER PATTERN I
Experience: One year as an Airport Operations Worker in
San Joaquin County.
years of operations, security, or maintenance activities at a Federal Code of
Regulations, Part 139 commercial airport, or for a scheduled airline, that required
some knowledge of, and compliance with, federal aviation regulations.
OR PATTERN III
Education: Completion of 30 semester (or equivalent
quarter) units from an accredited college or university, including at least 15
units in airport operations, airport security, aviation technology, business
administration, public administration, or a closely-related field.
Experience: One year of operations, security, or
maintenance experience at a Federal Code of Regulations, Part 139 commercial
airport, or for a scheduled airline, that required some knowledge of, and
compliance with, federal aviation regulations.
AND FOR ALL PATTERNS
Certificates: One or more of the following certifications
issued by the American Association of Airport Executives (AAAE) are desirable: Airport Certified Employee (ACE),
Airport Security Coordinator (ASC), and/or Certified Member (CM). Possession of a
valid private or commercial pilot’s license that meets Federal Aviation
Administration requirements is desirable.
Special Requirement: Upon offer of
employment must pass all background requirements as stated in the Federal Code
of Regulations Title 49, Parts 1540, 1542 and 1544.
of a valid California driver’s license.
Principles and techniques of airport operations
and administration; pertinent federal, state, and local laws, codes, and
regulations including Federal Code of Regulations/Transportation Security
Administration Title 49, Parts 1540, 1542 and 1544; terminology used in the
operation and maintenance of a certified FAA airport; local and federal air
regulations, ordinances, uniform fire code, hazardous materials handling
requirements, safety regulations and practices employed in the operation of an
airport facility; various aircraft recognition and basic operating
characteristics; airport vegetation control; general office practices and
procedures; personal computer systems and general office computer software; first aid; techniques and methods of customer service and public
interpret and apply laws, regulations, and ordinances related to airports; utilize
standard office procedures and office equipment; read, understand and apply
detailed instructions and other job-related materials; establish and maintain
good working relationships with co-workers, the public, and others; communicate
effectively, both orally and in writing; exercise good judgment; respond in a
calm and professional manner under stressful or emergency situations; operate
radios and act on information.
operation of a data entry device; repetitive motion; sitting, standing, walking
for extended periods of time; driving; occasional running, pushing, pulling,
bending, squatting, climbing, crawling; Lifting – frequently 5 to 30 lbs;
occasional lifting/turning of heavy objects or people; Visual – constant good overall
vision, reading/close-up work; color perception and use eye/hand coordination;
frequent use of depth perception and field/peripheral vision; Dexterity –
reaching; grasping; repetitive motion; writing; Hearing/Talking –
frequent hearing of normal speech, hearing/talking on the telephone/radio,
talking in person; ability to hear
faint sounds; Emotional/Psychological – constant decision
making, concentration, and public contact; public speaking; dealing with
emergency situations; frequent working alone; occasional exposure to trauma,
grief, and death, hazardous materials; Special Requirements –may
require working weekends and nights; Environmental
– frequent exposure to noise and varied