McCarran International Airport

About McCarran

Nearly 50 percent of all visitors to Las Vegas come through McCarran. As a world leader in airport management, we are focused on providing the best customer service possible.

McCarran International Airport is owned by Clark County, Nevada. Our airport system also includes four general aviation facilities: North Las Vegas Airport, Henderson Executive Airport, Jean Sport Aviation Center and Overton/Perkins Field. These airports operate under the policy direction of the Board of County Commissioners, the authority of the County Manager, and the management of the Director of Aviation.

The Department of Aviation is a self-sufficient enterprise and operates without county general fund tax revenue.

Operating an airport in a community that depends on tourism means every single employee has a unique opportunity to provide our travelers with that all-important first and last impression of Las Vegas. Twelve divisions make up the Department of Aviation’s organization, each offering a variety of front line and behind-the-scenes jobs at various levels:  Director’s Office, Airside Operations, Business & Commercial Development, Employee Services/Risk Management, Facilities/Service Desk, Finance, General Aviation, Information Systems, Landside Operations, Construction/Engineering, Security, and Terminal Operations.

3 job(s) at McCarran International Airport

McCarran International Airport Las Vegas, NV, USA
Sep 09, 2017
Full Time
About the Position The Department of Aviation has partnered with Bob Murray and Associates executive search firm to recruit for Assistant Director of Aviation - Finance. See brochure and apply at: http://www.bobmurrayassoc.com/recruit/searchDetail.asp?broc_id=4316 The filing deadline is October 13, 2017
McCarran International Airport Las Vegas, NV, USA
Sep 23, 2017
Full Time
About the Position Performs paraprofessional level administrative, operational, procedural, programmatic and/or budgetary and related analysis and support for County sections, divisions and departments or local governmental agencies. This recruitment will establish an Open Competitive and Promotional list to fill current and/or future vacancies which may occur within the next six months. Note: This recruitment is limited to the first 200 completed applications received, and will close without further notice when that number is reached, even if it is prior to the closing date posted on this job announcement. The Department of Aviation reserves the right to call only the most qualified applicants to the hiring interview. Requirements Equivalent to an Associate's of Arts Degree with major course work in Business or Public Administration or a related field, and three years of full-time office administrative, secretarial or technical experience related to the work of the functional unit. Possession of a four-year college degree and prior lead or supervisory experience are desirable. Qualifying education and experience must be clearly documented in the "Education" and "Work Experience" sections of the application. Applicants not meeting these requirements will not be considered for employment. Licenses and Certification: Specified positions may require possession of a valid Nevada Class C driver's license at time of hire. Residency Requirement: Permanent employees must maintain a principal place of residency within the boundaries of Clark County and provide proof of compliance with Nevada motor vehicle registration and drivers' license laws within 90 days of employment. Background Check: Employment with the Department of Aviation is contingent upon completion of an education/experience background investigation, a fingerprint-based criminal history record check processed by the FBI, and upon the ability to be granted a security badge as mandated by the Transportation Security Administration. Note: all prospective hires must present two original government issued ID's upon acceptance of job offer. Examples of acceptable ID's include a Passport, Driver's License or DMV issued ID, birth certificate, Social Security card, Voter Registration card, school issued ID with picture, etc. Customs and Border Protection Security Seal Program: Specified positions in this job title may require a five year employment and residency history record check, and the ability to present original identity based documentation in order to meet the requirements for a Security Seal. Physical Demands Mobility to work in a typical office setting, use standard office equipment; vision to read printed materials and a VDT screen; and hearing and speech to communicate in person or over the telephone. Accommodation may be made for some of these physical demands for otherwise qualified individuals who require and request such accommodation. Examples of Duties Performs a variety of general office support work such as organizing and accurately maintaining various files, composing correspondence from brief instructions, and preparing forms and specialized documents. Proofreads and checks materials for accuracy, completeness and compliance with departmental policies and regulations and for correct English usage, including grammar, punctuation, and spelling. Compiles materials for meetings, prepares agendas and attend such meetings to take summary notes as required. Conducts administrative, operational, budgetary, accounting or other informational and research projects related to the activities or operational area to which assigned; may prepare standard documents such as permits, memorandums of understanding and other agreements. Answers inquiries, provides factual information and responds to, investigates, and resolves complaints from tenants, the public, or other departments or agencies regarding the function and activities of the work unit, or forwards to the appropriate party for resolution. Such communication requires the use of judgment and the interpretation and application of policies, rules and procedures. May process incoming applications for permits and certifications and assist with contract compliance and certification reviews. May assist with specialized programs such as the Disadvantage Business Enterprise (DBE) Program and Airport Concession Disadvantage Business Enterprise (ACDBE) Program and performing outreach for the program. Reviews financial data submitted under applications, permits, contracts, and leases and reviews for completeness; totals and balances figures. Submits, tracks, and confirms accuracy of record updates and map requests. Record updates may require the use of arithmetic calculations and consolidating materials from several sources. Researches and compiles operational, statistical, and historical data and information from varied resources to respond to inquiries, complete forms, reports, and other assignments. Compiles figures for the preparation of the unit's budget; makes standard projections for payroll and other costs; researches capital improvement, equipment and material costs; inputs draft and final budget information and produces final budget documents. Solicits and analyzes quotes for goods, services, time and materials. Tracks budget expenditures. Writes, prepares and coordinates agenda items for the Board of Commissioners, or other types of boards or committees, ensures that all supporting documentation is included with such items; follows-up after governing body action as required. Enters and retrieves data from computer systems and produces reports. Reviews for accuracy and reconciles computer-produced and typed reports, budgets, financial and business data. Conducts various studies, analyzes results of studies, makes recommendations and assists in implementing changes resulting from those studies. Uses standard office equipment including a computer, in the course of the work; drive a County, agency or personal motor vehicle or arrange for appropriate transportation in order to attend meetings and visit work sites. Attends to a variety of office administrative details, such as answering phones, processing incoming and outgoing mail, making travel arrangements, scheduling meetings, maintaining supply inventories, and coordinating equipment maintenance. Coordinates purchasing activities, tracks orders, reviews requests for payment, ensures that work was performed and/or materials delivered and processes invoices. Prepares and distributes a variety of technical, statistical and narrative reports, letters, memos and other written materials; completes informational surveys. Serves as the liaison for records management and maintains accurate records and files related to the areas of assignment. Performs site visits to verify conditions and compliance with contract requirements, standards, policies, rules, and regulations. Confers with and represents the department or unit in meetings with staff from other departments, tenants, representatives of governmental, community, business, professional and public agencies, private service providers and the public. Additionally, may coordinate and serve as the primary liaison with such parties on projects, programs, task forces and committees. May have programmatic responsibility for non-technical activities related to the department to which assigned, such as surplus disposal, forms development, informational material development and distribution and similar projects or programs. May assist with Requests for Qualifications (RFQs) and Requests for Proposals (RFPs) by typing and distributing materials, tracking submissions, and totaling figures. Contributes to the efficiency and effectiveness of the unit's service to its customers by offering suggestions and directing or participating as an active member of a work team and by reviewing, recommending and implementing improved policies and procedures. May plan, assign, review and evaluate the work of temporary, technical or office support staff on a project, program or day-to-day basis and oversee contracted service providers.
McCarran International Airport Las Vegas, NV, USA
Sep 22, 2017
Full Time
About the Position Plans, directs, oversees, reviews and evaluates the work of staff providing support to airport Construction projects. Provides project planning, oversight, technical assistance, review and evaluation of construction schedules and cost estimates. Collects and analyzes information used to plan and schedule construction projects; generates forecasts, variance reports, and other documentation used to monitor and manage projects. Understands and utilizes standard planning and scheduling methodologies and tools; prepares plans and schedules for small and routine projects; acts as the departmental representative and liaison with other Airport and County departments, service providers and funding sources for assigned programs. This recruitment will establish an Open Competitive and Promotional list to fill current and/or future vacancies which may occur within the next six months. This classification is designated exempt under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), and is therefore, not eligible for overtime. Note: This recruitment is limited to the first 200 completed applications received, and will close without further notice when that number is reached, even if it is prior to the closing date posted on this job announcement. The Department of Aviation reserves the right to call only the most qualified applicants to the hiring interview. Requirements Bachelor's Degree in Business, Construction Project Management, or a related field and four years of full-time related professional level experience. An advanced degree in appropriate field preferred. Professional level experience that has provided the skills and knowledge necessary to perform all job functions at this level may be substituted for the education on a year-for-year basis to a maximum of two years. Qualifying education and experience must be clearly documented in the "Education" and "Work Experience" sections of the application. Applicants not meeting these requirements will not be considered for employment. A current detailed resume with verifiable job information (job title, duties performed, employer address and phone number, specific employment start and end dates, hours worked per week, etc.) is required and must be electronically attached to your application. If you need assistance with attaching your resume call (702) 261-5110. Your application and resume will be rated; points will be awarded based on expertise in the following areas: construction project planning, oversight, review and evaluation of construction schedules and cost estimates; collecting and analyzing information used to plan and schedule construction projects; generating forecasts, variance reports, and other documentation used to monitor and manage construction projects; using standard planning and scheduling methodologies and tools; preparing plans and schedules for small and routine projects; generating forecasts, variance reports, and other documentation used to monitor and manage projects. Working Conditions: Attend meetings outside of normal working hours. Pre-Employment Drug Testing: Employment is contingent upon the results of a pre-employment drug examination. Residency Requirement: Permanent employees must maintain a principal place of residency within the boundaries of Clark County and provide proof of compliance with Nevada motor vehicle registration and drivers' license laws within 90 days of employment. Background Check: Employment with the Department of Aviation is contingent upon completion of an education/experience background investigation, a fingerprint-based criminal history record check processed by the FBI, and upon the ability to be granted a security badge as mandated by the Transportation Security Administration. Note: all prospective hires must present two original government issued ID's upon acceptance of job offer. Examples of acceptable ID's include a Passport, Driver's License or DMV issued ID, birth certificate, Social Security card, Voter Registration card, school issued ID with picture, etc. Physical Demands Mobility to work in a typical office setting, use standard office equipment, and be capable of traveling to various locations throughout the County in order to visit work sites or attend meetings; vision to read printed materials and a VDT screen; and hearing and speech to communicate in person or over the telephone. Accommodation may be made for some of these physical demands for otherwise qualified individuals who require and request such accommodation. Examples of Duties Plans, organizes, assigns, supervises, reviews and evaluates the work of professional, technical and/or support staff. Provides project oversight, technical assistance, review and evaluation of construction schedules and estimates. Prepares schedules for planning and execution of construction projects. Prepares a variety of correspondence, reports, policies, procedures, program documentation and other written materials. Plans goals, objectives, policies and work standards for the scheduling requirements for construction projects; provides input into the program's budget. Develops and modifies techniques and formats to evaluate current project scheduling and tracking program effectiveness and to determine the need for program modification and/or new program development. Maintains or directs the maintenance of accurate records and files. Uses standard office equipment, including a computer, in the course of the work; may drive a motor vehicle to attend meetings and visit various work sites. Acts as the program, Department of Aviation, and County representative with other departments, community organizations and public and private service providers, general public, funding sources, community and business organizations; answers questions, resolves problems and provides information and technical assistance as required. Contributes to the overall quality of the program's service provision by developing and coordinating work teams and by reviewing, recommending and implementing improved policies and procedures. Monitors assigned projects; ensures compliance with departmental mission, funding sources regulations and other guidelines. Recommends selection of staff; trains staff in work procedures; administers discipline as required. Researches and develops program alternatives; ensures that the programs are meeting the departmental mission; locates funding sources, service deliverers and other resources; designs and implements program procedures and manuals. Monitors changes in legislation and FAA regulations that may affect program operations or service delivery; evaluates their effect upon program activities and recommends appropriate policy and procedure modifications. Makes presentations to a variety of community groups; promotes the programs through developing contacts with various organizations and through media announcements. May provide staff support and guidance to a policy board or committee.