Airport Manager
Grande Prairie Airport - Fredericton, NB

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The Grande Prairie Airport is recruiting for the position of

Airport Manager at the High Level Airport, commencing immediately.

Reporting to the Director of Operational Services, the Airport Manager will oversee the safe and efficient operations of the High Level Municipal Airport in accordance with Transport Canada regulations to maintain accreditation of a certified airport. Operations include scheduled flights, medivac traffic and Government of Alberta SRD tanker base operations (fire season).

Preference will be given to those candidates with five or more years of direct experience who possess post-secondary education in Airport Management, comprehensive knowledge of the TP312 Transport Canada guidelines, and are familiar with ACAP funding applications and projects. Candidates should possess or be willing to obtain a Restricted Radio Operator’s Certificate and Airside Vehicle Operator’s Permit. Possession of a Transport Canada issued Restricted Area Pass would be considered a definite asset.

The ideal candidate will have demonstrated fiscal responsibility, contract administration and project management skills; possess superior management and interpersonal skills; the ability to successfully implement the airport SMS and establish solid relationships with the airport tenants and leaseholders.

Computer proficiency with Microsoft Office and a variety of customized software is a must, as is a valid Class 5 Driver’s License with air brakes and clean abstract.

Equivalencies and/or experience will be considered.

The Town of High Level offers a competitive salary dependent upon qualifications and a comprehensive benefit package after three months. Relocation assistance may also be available.

Please submit your resume and covering letter to:

info @
Attn: Ray Poirier
Director Safety & Security

About this company
The Grande Prairie Airport was developed in the 1930's at the present site. In 1941 in support of the war effort, the facility was expanded...