Terminal & Environmental Manager
Greer, South Carolina
Greer, South Carolina
Thu Oct 13 2022 23:00:00 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)
Thu Dec 01 2022 00:00:00 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)
$80,250annually - $120,910/annually
How to Apply
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Salary Level 11
Hiring Range - $80,250annually - $120,910/annually
Position Summary (Primary Function)
Responsible for the procurement, management, planning, organization, and execution of assigned Terminal and airport campus-wide Facilities-managed service contracts, including, but not limited to: janitorial services, tile and carpet cleaning, glass cleaning, waste disposal, and pest control. Responsible for performing detailed assessments and inspections of the interiors and exteriors of the Terminal and other District-managed buildings. Additional primary areas of responsibilities include: management of the Facilities Department Safety Training program; oversight of the District’s environmental compliance systems, contracts, reporting, and training for regulatory reporting, certifications, and maintenance, as related to Grounds and Waste Disposal; and management of the District’s SDS (Safety Data Sheets) program. Manage, with the assistance/partnering of the Airfield & Grounds Manager, the annual Facilities capital projects for Airfield, Landscape, and Grounds areas, through scoping, procurement, planning, and execution of defined projects.
Responsibilities (Essential Functions)
• Individual will coordinate safety programs for the Facilities Department overall and have total commitment and compliance with all District safety and environmental policies.
• Responsible for monitoring and enforcing safety and environmental compliance for all Facilities Department staff.
• Manage and coordinate the District’s environmental compliance reporting, training (i.e. SPCC Plan, Annual SWPPP training for District staff and tenants), documentation, and communications.
• In coordination with an Environmental Consultant, and other regulatory bodies, ensure all environmental inspections are completed in a timely manner and all reports are complete, accurate, and communicated to all parties.
• Responsible for performing routine, detailed assessments and inspections of the interior and exterior of the Terminal (including other District-managed buildings) and providing documentation to other Facilities staff or contractors for proper correction of deficiencies and maintenance of spaces.
• Responsible for the interior and exterior cleaning of Airport buildings via the procurement, management, planning, organization, and execution of all Terminal and campus-wide service contracts, including, but not limited to: janitorial services, tile and carpet cleaning, and glass cleaning.
• Responsible for the procurement, management, planning, organization, and execution of Terminal and campus-wide service contracts, including, but not limited to: waste disposal and pest control.
• Responsible for the maintenance of the District’s SDS (Safety Data Sheets) program via managing the SDS database and approving, denying, and editing of the documents contained therein. Coordinate, and utilizing other Facilities staff assistance, maintain hard-copy and electronic records and processes related to the SDS program. • Responsible for procurement and management of facilities services at the future Rental Car Service Center QTA (Quick Turn Around) facility.
• Makes recommendations to the Airport management for areas of responsibilities outlined above in order to proactively improve service standards, address deficiencies, and maintain an exceptional level of customer service and experience.
• Plan and submit recommendations for Facilities annual budget process and approval.
• Monitor and ensure that work orders related to areas of responsibilities outlined above are processed in the Facilities Department CMMS system.
• Manage (as the primary lead), with the assistance of, and oftentimes delegated to, the Airfield & Grounds Manager, the Facilities annual capital projects for Airfield, Landscape, and Grounds areas, through scoping, procurement, planning, and execution of defined projects. Partner with the Airfield & Grounds Manager to balance the capital projects load as best leverages skills sets of both managers, workload of each manager, and prior experience of each manager.
• Responsible for assisting in snow and ice removal when necessary for Airport operations. Assist Director of Facilities in coordinating snow and ice operations.
• Responsible for other duties, as may be assigned from time to time by supervision.
• Bachelor’s degree in Engineering, Construction Science, and/or Environmental Science, or related field.
• Must demonstrate the desire and willingness to continue training and upgrading knowledge needed to stay abreast of changing technology, compliance standards and codes, and other regulatory updates.
• Eight years of experience in a combination of environmental compliance, contract management, and/or facilities management, or any equivalent combination of education, training, and experience, which provide the required knowledge, skills, and abilities.
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Special Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
• Must be able to demonstrate, lead and teach staff, and advise District leadership of the proper techniques/requirements of environmental compliance, reporting/documentation, and inspections. Where previous knowledge/experience does not exist, must be willing and able to acquire the knowledge to demonstrate, lead/teach, and advise in the area of environmental compliance, reporting, etc.
• Must be proficient at managing service contractors, and communicating effectively internally and externally, related to the functional areas defined herein.
• Must be able to communicate with District staff, consultants, compliance bodies, and contractors, both verbally and in writing.
• Must possess an exceptional eye for detail, in order to perform assessments and inspections, and subsequently communicate findings effectively.
• Must have sufficient math skills in order to perform responsibilities defined herein.
• Proficiency in the use of a personal computer is necessary, including skills in Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, and Windows.
• This position requires skills in prioritization, organization, verbal communications, and interpersonal relations, including the ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously.
• May be required to complete an annual medical physical designed for the performance and requirements of the job.
• Valid Driver’s License.
• None at this time
• Diligence must be exercised when handling confidential information.
• Reasonable care for equipment/process will prevent injury/damage.
• Responsible for own work but must coordinate work with others.
• Physical Demand - Must be physically able to use the Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) required of the job. Must be able to meet the physical requirements necessary for respirator wear, as required for specific tasks. Will be required to work in dusty environments (e.g. concrete sawing or grinding) and toxic environments (in the vicinity of pesticides and herbicides, cleaning/industrial chemicals, etc.) wearing appropriate PPE, without adverse side effects. Must be able to tolerate exposure to heat, cold, rain, and snow. Will be required to work from ladders and lifts. Must maintain physical fitness pertinent to the work. Frequent bending and stooping. Will be required to lift objects up to 55 pounds without assistance. May be exposed to noise levels greater than 55db. All necessary Personal Protective Equipment will be provided by the Airport.
• Mental and/or Visual Demand - Mental and visual demands are high and vary with function performed. Consistent mental attention needed to respond safely and efficiently. Frequent work or travel in or near roadways, parking areas, and aircraft ramp areas require constant vigilance of vehicular, aircraft, and equipment traffic.
• Attentiveness to work procedure will reduce potential risk of injury in work areas.
• Exposed to normal office/aviation/industrial environment.
• This position may require uncommon tours of duty to include, but not limited to, weekends and holidays, rotating shift assignments, and overtime duty.
• Will be subject to recall after normal duty hours.
The Greenville-Spartanburg Airport District is an equal opportunity employer. All applicants will be considered for employment without attention to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran, or disability status.
Skills and Requirements