Coordinator, Environmental & Sustainability:
John C. Munro Hamilton International Airport Limited is a rapidly growing international gateway for affordable travel, and the largest overnight express freight airport in Canada.
John C. Munro Hamilton International Airport is a rapidly growing international gateway for affordable travel as well as being recognized as the largest overnight express freight airport in Canada. In 2019, the airport served 955,373 passengers, a year-over-year increase of 32%. The Airport is owned by the City of Hamilton and managed under an agreement by TradePort International Corporation, a wholly owned subsidiary of Vantage Airport Group – an industry leading investor, developer and manager of airport assets. This allows Hamilton International to incorporate best-in-class practices from around the world into its operations. As an efficient facilitator of cargo and passenger operations, John C. Munro Hamilton International Airport is an economic engine and responsible community partner. Its strategic location and uncongested 24/7 operations make it an attractive option for both passenger and cargo carriers looking to serve the Southern Ontario market.
Reporting to the Manager, Operations Centre, the Coordinator, Environmental & Sustainability is accountable for supporting the environmental and sustainability initiatives at Hamilton International. In this role, you will have primary accountability for surface water quality and glycol mitigation, as well as other environmental and sustainability programs including noise and wildlife management.
This role also acts as an Operations Coordinator, which is responsible for the performance of Airport operations on assigned shift. This role provides management and oversight for the on-duty airport maintenance team, fire crew, and security staff. While on shift, this role will serve as the principal operations management representative during irregular operations, emergency, weather and other events.
Qualifications and Competencies:
- Post-secondary education with a degree in environmental science
- Certificate or Diploma in Aviation Safety, or relevant airport experience would be considered an asset
- Experience in environmental management, preferably with an emphasis on surface water quality and reporting on glycol mitigation
- Knowledge of CARs (Canadian Aviation Regulations – Transport Canada), specifically related to Wildlife requirements
- Knowledge of TP 312 (Aerodrome and Recommended Practices) 4th and 5th Edition
- Knowledge of CASRs (Canadian Aviation Security Regulations)
- Experience conducting field work, preferably including water quality sampling and inspections
- Knowledge of environmental management systems
- Ability to evaluate technical data to determine trends and detect potential issues including compliance to applicable regulations
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills including the ability to translate complex technical information into an understandable format for varying audiences
- Experience in the preparation of technical and non-technical documents, and presentations to internal and external stakeholders
- Experience in monitoring, managing and maintaining key components and facilities related to storm water quality and conveyance and glycol mitigation is an asset
- Superior interpersonal skills, able to interact with all levels in a professional, positive manner, able to build trusting relationships and be a team player
- Root cause analysis and process engineering skills are required
- Strong decision-making skills and effective at problem solving
- Proficient computer skills and use of Microsoft Office applications; must be able to compile and analyze statistics using databases
- Excellent time and project management skills
- Knowledge of City of Hamilton bylaws related to stormwater and sanitary conveyance would be considered an asset
- Ability to multi-task, manage and meet deadlines, adapt easily to change
- Holds or can obtain and maintain the appropriate level of Airport Security Clearance
- Holds or can obtain and maintain an aeronautical radio license and an Airside Vehicle Operators Permit (AVOP)
- Ability to interpret legislative information from Transport Canada Advisory Circulars and other technical data
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What We Offer:
As an employee of Hamilton International Airport, you will enjoy a competitive Total Rewards package that includes a competitive base salary and bonus structure, and a rich health benefits and pension plan. In addition to enjoying many other employee perks such as Leadership Development Workshops, Employee Appreciation Events and various Holiday celebrations, in your quest to further develop your career, you will also have access to a global team of talented professionals, where you can find opportunities to make your mark. Giving back to our Community is also a priority for Hamilton International Airport!
We look forward to hearing from you and welcome you to apply by submitting your resume and cover letter to our HR department at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We thank you for your interest, but only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.