PURPOSE: Serve as Aviation Maintenance (AVM) liaison for Capital Improvement and Expense Projects within the Aviation Division Capital Improvement Program (CIP).
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: This list is ILLUSTRATIVE ONLY, and is not a comprehensive listing of all functions and duties performed. Essential duties and responsibilities may include, but are not limited to, the following: Provide leadership and coordination of AVM resources in support of projects, and advocate on behalf of AVM in project discussions and interactions. Serve as a decision-maker for the department related to the projects this position is supporting.
Actively engage and interact with various projects teams and as-required, and serve in a project manager role for Aviation Maintenance sponsored construction projects.
Provide indirect leadership and input to project team members (construction inspectors, contractors, project managers) to ensure the operational continuity and functional integrity of all airport facilities and systems during construction activities. Actively work to mitigate any negative impacts of the CIP and tenant projects to the day-to-day operations and maintenance of airport facilities and systems. Engage and contribute to project discussions, to ensure that projects are defined and executed effectively. Participate and contribute to developing policies and procedures with other Port stakeholders that improve upon the Port’s standards as a facility owner.
Provide leadership to shop technical reviewers and other maintenance team members involved with CIP projects Coordinate and lead maintenance resources during project design review sessions, facility site walk-throughs and in internal department collaboration efforts.
Participate in pre-design facility walk-throughs, construction site-visits, and project punch walks. Actively engage in facility commissioning process and activation meetings. Participate and provide input in Acquisition planning meetings, project design review, construction phasing and project committees (e.g. MUST, PEST, SMART, etc.).
Review and provide input on project design drawing review, maintainability standards, technical specifications, construction submittals, and project commissioning documentation.
Provide ongoing support of the Aviation Division’s Strategy of operating a world-class international airport, extraordinary customer experience, and being a model of environmental innovation for the region & industry.
Identify and resolve team issues and conflicts if they arise, ensuring appropriate communication occurs across all groups, to include customers and stakeholders. Serve as a resource for the AVM technical team to articulate any conflicts in the design or construction submittals.
Develop, communicate and enforce project review procedures; ensure AVM resources are engaged in all project phases and their input on design aspects are provided during project milestone reviews.
As project liaison, ensure that AVM leadership team is apprised of project timelines and potential impacts to staffing resources, and operations. Provide feedback to project managers and project teams on mitigating potential operational impacts. Address any technical resource issues that may arise due to schedule conflicts and project timelines.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES:
QUALIFICATIONS: Combination of education and experience demonstrative knowledge, skills and abilities equivalent to:
Bachelor’s degree in in Engineering, Construction Management, Business Management, or related field;
Three (3) years of progressive experience in maintenance and facilities management, to include experience working in a large Airport or other similarly complex 24/7 type of facility; and
Three (3) years of experience with computer software, scheduling, database, spreadsheets, work process, photographic documentation and CADD drawings.
Three or more (3+) years of experience in an Airport facilities maintenance management role, or another comparable complex 24x7 facility type environment;
Experience with building envelope infrastructure and roofing systems;
Knowledge and experience working with diverse organizations with conflicting requirements;
Experience with understanding and integrating diverse points, and presenting technical information to non-technical audiences;
Certified Facility Manager (CFM) or Facility Management Professional (FMP)
The Port of Seattle plays a key role in bringing international trade, transportation and travel to the Pacific Northwest, and supports industries as diverse as tourism and commercial fishing. The Port is also a key builder of road and rail infrastructure, partnering with other agencies to improve freight traffic from Tacoma to Everett.
The Port owns and operates Seattle-Tacoma International Air...port - the nation’s 18th busiest – handling more than 31 million passengers in 2007. The Port’s passenger cruise terminals at Pier 66 and Terminal 30 handled 190 ship calls and nearly 755,000 passengers during the 2007 season.