Saturday, November 29, 2014

Job posting for airport manager closes Monday: Santa Fe Municipal Airport (KSAF), New Mexico

Monday is the deadline to apply to be Santa Fe's new airport manager, a job that pays up to $111,000 annually.

The job opened up after Francey Jesson was fired last month.
The city has declined to discuss the specifics behind Jesson's firing, calling it a personnel matter.
But in response to a public records request, the city released a police report hours after announcing her firing that shows Jesson had been kicked out of a hotel in Ruidoso six weeks earlier. 

The report accused Jesson, who was in Ruidoso representing the city at a conference, of trashing the hotel's gift shop.

According to the job posting, the airport manager directs the daily operations of the airport in compliance with Federal Aviation Administration regulations, Transportation Security Administration regulations and the city's rules, regulations and ordinances.
Minimum qualifications include a bachelor's degree in airport management, business management, public administration or related field.
"Licensed pilot preferred," the job posting states.
If being the city's new airport manager isn't for you, click here to see the other job openings at the city.

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Francey Jesson

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