Montana Department of Corrections
Description : About MDT MDT employees are encouraged to reach their full potential on the job. The work we do at MDT has a direct impact on our community and the quality of life here in Montana. We work with communities to deliver custom transportation solutions. As an organization, we provide flexible hours, alternative work schedules, and a relaxed family-friendly environment to help MDT employees balance their personal and professional interests. The Montana Department of Transportation (MDT) is committed to continuous improvement of our employee safety program, our safety and health processes, and to achieving an injury-free workplace. Life in Helena, MT Escape the traffic congestion and high cost of living of so many metro areas, and discover why we love Helena! Cradled in the foothills of the Montana Rockies, surrounded by pristine forests and mountain lakes, alive with history and culture, lies Helena, \the heartbeat of Montana.\ This charming, sophisticated and beautiful Victorian city is both the capital of the State of Montana and the county seat for Lewis and Clark county. Learn more at http:\/\/helenachamber.com\u00a0 The principal goals of the Aeronautics Division are to advance further growth and promote Montana aviation by providing for the protection of the flying public, coordinating the statewide air search and rescue program and aviation education efforts and to provide airport development programs to assist airports and provide state-owned\/operated airports including the Yellowstone commercial service airport. The Airports & Airways Bureau oversees all aspects of MDT involvement in the public and private airport and airway systems in Montana. Operations of the bureau include ownership and management of 16 state owned airports, including a full service, FAR part 139 certificated air carrier airport with commercial airline service. The bureau provides diverse services to airports and aviators within the state, including airport design and engineering assistance, state-owned airport development, airport safety inspections, annual studies (including airport capital improvement plans, airfield pavement condition analysis, airport standards and economic impacts). The bureau also publishes an aeronautical chart and airport directory, provides for an airfield parts and supply resale program, assists with distribution of surplus airfield equipment, and owns and operates nighttime navigational aids. The bureau also acts as a liaison for other aviation interests and representation on airport issues to local, state and national entities. The bureau also provides airports with development grants and loans and oversees and manages large airport construction projects.\u00a0Equipment and facilities managed by the Bureau includes 16 state-owned airports, two fixed wing, high performance aircraft, approximately 68 air-to-ground communication sites (UNICOMS), a variety of vehicles, and a large inventory of aircraft \/ airport parts, supplies, specialized tools and equipment. The position is responsible for directing, planning, development, management and leading the airport\/airways Bureau; managing the staff of the Bureau; establishing goals\/objectives and priorities for the Bureau; developing and administering the policies and budget of the Bureau; determining and obtaining necessary financial and human resources; monitoring programs and services to ensure compliance with statutory responsibilities and state compliance with federal regulations and managing a budget for the Bureau activities, the loan and grant program and the Yellowstone airport. Serves as a liaison between the Division and other local, state and federal organizations such as the Federal Aviation Administration, the Transportation Security Administration and other national and federal agencies. The position reports to the Aeronautics Division Administrator and directly or indirectly manages a staff of six FTE. State wide travel is required in state aircraft to perform these duties. The position is on-call for search and rescue (SAR) duty approximately\u00a0twelve times per year. Qualifications : What you need to be successful in this role: Providing leadership and motivation of employees and public to take action Employee supervision to effectively manage and inspire employees to perform at their highest level Organizing and effectively managing several programs and duties with minimal supervision Effective time organization and management when organizing and reviewing the work of others, as well as managing own projects and workload. What you bring to the table: The desired candidate for this position has a Bachelor of Science degree in Aeronautical Science, Aviation Management, Professional Aeronautics Aeronautical\/Civil Engineering, Construction Management, Business or a related degree and must also\u00a0possess and maintain an FAA Private Pilot\u2019s License with an instrument rating, as well as,\u00a0possess and maintain an FAA Third Class Medical Certificate. 5 years of related experience is required for the position, with at least 3 of those years functioning in a higher level management capacity. This agency will accept alternative methods of obtaining necessary qualifications. Due to the size of the State of Montana and the remote nature of our agency, there is always the possibility of overnight travel, which can range anywhere from\u00a010% of the time. A valid Montana driver's license or the ability to obtain a Montana Driver's license is required. As a condition of employment, the successful candidate will be required to sign a release form, which authorizes the department to conduct a fingerprint background check. This position MAY require a DHS \/ TSA administered background check if requested by that agency for the fulfillment of certain job duties. This position is covered by a VEBA (Voluntary Employee Benefit Association). The successful applicant for this position will be required to participate in the VEBA group. The VEBA group can take part in an annual election. Any questions regarding the VEBA can be addressed to Laurie Edwards, MDT Human Resources Division 444-6053.\ The Montana Department of Transportation (MDT) is committed to continuous improvement of our employee safety program, our safety and health processes, and to achieving an injury-free workplace. Only electronic applications will be accepted. All required additional materials must be submitted by closing date. If you need assistance in completing the online application, please contact your local job service. If you need an accommodation with the application process, please contact the HR office. The Montana Department of Transportation is an equal opportunity employer. Women, racial and ethnic minorities, persons of disability, and veterans and disabled veterans are encouraged to apply. Persons with disabilities needing assistance in the application process, or those needing this job announcement in an alternative format may call the Human Resources and Occupational Safety Division, at 406.444.6054. Applicant Pool Statement:If another department vacancy occurs in this job title within six months, the same applicant pool may be used for the selection.Training Assignment:Not Applicable
Montana Department of Corrections
Website : http://www.cor.state.mt.us/
The Montana Department of Corrections enhances public safety, promotes positive change on offender behavior, reintegrates offenders into the community and supports the victims of crime.