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Position Summary

Department: Miami Dade Aviation


Close Date: 06/17/2013

Location: Northwest/Miami International Airport

Entry Rate: $40,711.06 Yearly

Maximum Rate: $72,185.62 Yearly

Regular/Temporary: Regular

Full/Part Time: Full-Time

Recruitment Status: Open to the Public

Minimum Qualifications

Bachelor's degree in Public Administration, Business
Administration, Aviation Business Administration, or related field.

Applicants qualifying for employment with the Miami-Dade
Aviation Department will be subject to extensive security screening, including
but not limited to fingerprint checks, employment verification and such other
procedures as may be mandated by federal law.

The security clearance required by federal law is a
continuing condition of employment.

NATURE OF WORK: This is specialized property management work
for the Miami-Dade Aviation Department. Employees in this class are responsible
for performing a variety of property management duties in the leasing,
inspection and maintenance of airport facilities and properties.
Responsibilities include inspection of airport properties, assisting in the
administration of airport leases, contracts and permits, preparing less complex
leases and amendments, attending airport planning and construction meetings,
preparing recommendations for new airport facilities and reviewing construction
plans. Duties require the application of real estate knowledge in the
interpretation of airport contracts and leases. Supervision is received from an
administrative superior who reviews work for conformity to departmental
procedures and achievement of desired goals and objectives.

ILLUSTRATIVE TASKS: Inspects airport properties including
office buildings, fueling facilities, commissaries, warehouses, terminals,
hangers, and aircraft ramp areas; recommends repairs or removal of unsafe or
economically unsound structures. Assists in administration of airport leases,
contracts, and permits by inspecting, evaluating and monitoring leased airport
property for compliance with terms and conditions contained in the agreements.
Prepares less complex leases and amendments concerning property and facilities
at general aviation airports. Conducts or attends various meetings concerning
planning, construction, and implementation of a wide range of projects
including airport roads and buildings. Assists in preparing recommendations for
new facilities at Miami International Airport and the general aviation
airports, including additions or modification to warehousing and other
buildings, aircraft washing racks, pavement stripping, taxiways, fueling
facilities, aircraft, and auto parking. Reviews a variety of construction plans
submitted by airport tenants for airport staff review and recommends approval
and coordinates efforts to assure compliance. Performs related work as

KNOWLEDGES, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS: Considerable knowledge of
real estate practices, terminology, contracts and lease agreements.
Considerable knowledge of the design, construction and operation of airport
roads, utilities, aircraft runways, taxiways, aircraft ramps, and other
aviation facilities. Knowledge of applicable federal, state, and local laws
pertaining to lease agreements and airport property management. Knowledge of
real property management, contract management, and commercial and industrial
property leasing. Knowledge of public relations principles and techniques.
Ability to inspect a variety of airport properties and detect unsafe or unsound
conditions. Ability to monitor the use of airport properties to assure
compliance with the provisions of lease agreements. Ability to prepare leases,
agreements, and amendments for airport properties and facilities. Ability to
assist in the review of proposed new airport facilities. Ability to communicate
clearly, concisely, verbally, and in writing. Ability to establish and maintain
effective working relationships with superiors and airport tenants or their


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