Morrison-Maierle - Airport Engineer
Saturday, April 30, 2016
Morrison-Maierle, Inc. has opportunities for mid-level Airport Engineers in our Bozeman and Helena, Montana, as well as Phoenix, Arizona offices.
Established in 1945, the firm has built its reputation on commitment to quality. Our Core Values of Integrity, Respect, Commitment and Excellence form the foundation of everything we do. As a regional firm with a staff of approximately 250, Morrison-Maierle, Inc. is currently ranked No. 374, within the Engineering News Record’s “Top 500 Design Firms” and has recently been named as one of the “Best Firms to Work For” by ZweigWhite.
This position will provide design support for airport improvement projects on air carrier and general aviation airports.
Morrison-Maierle’s airport division services include design of air carrier and general aviation airport projects, land acquisition, construction and reconstruction of runways, taxiways and aprons, pavement condition analyses, lighting system design and construction, terminal navigation aids, aircraft rescue and firefighting training centers, Master Plan updates, landside projects, airport layout plan updates including terminal areas and airport environmental assessments.
Individual must be familiar with airports, FAA regulations, design criteria, construction administration and administration of FAA grants.
Technical background and experience should include design of airfield improvement projects such as: earthwork and pavements, storm drainage, airfield lighting and navigational aids, and building projects. Additional experience should include airport master planning, environmental assessments and land acquisition. Prior experience with the FAA Airport Improvement Program and familiarity with FAA Advisory Circulars is preferred.
Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering, Construction Engineering Technology or equivalent with E.I.T. and minimum 4 years of experience; P.E. preferred.
Must be proficient with the latest release of AutoCAD Civil 3D or have the ability to be trained in Civil 3D; hands on experience with ArcGIS a plus.
Must have a valid driver license and insurable driving record.
Bozeman and Helena, Montana; Phoenix, Arizona
An Equal Opportunity Employer for Minority / Female / Disability / Veterans
What’s So Special About Working for Morrison-Maierle?
How does unmatched control over your own life and career path sound? We strive to be the most flexible, diverse, and family-friendly employer there is. When you work for Morrison-Maierle, you’ll be entitled to a career’s worth of opportunities, benefits, and satisfactions. We hire candidates who live our Core Values and who want to deliver on our Core Purpose which is to create solutions that build better communities. We believe this is truly worthwhile, and why Morrison-Maierle has provided engineering, surveying, planning, and scientific excellence for the past 70 years.
Apply online at http://www.m-m.net.
WAOA Presents Awards During Fall Conference
Saturday, September 27, 2014
During the WAOA Fall Conference, 4 awards were given out.
Myslik, Inc. and GDA Engineers were both presented the Corporate Award of Excellence. These awards are presented to a company whose professionalism and recent contributions to the Association and the Airport Industry have made a significant difference towards fostering aviation.
John Stopka was presented the Lifetime Achievement Award. Arguably the most prestigious of all of the WAOA Awards, the Lifetime Achievement Award recognizes those individuals who have spent the bulk of their career in the pursuit of improving Aviation throughout the State of Wyoming. In order to be eligible for this award, an individual must have spent a minimum of 20 years of service involved in some facet of the Aviation industry within the State of Wyoming. Nominated by WAOA membership, the nominee must have the unanimous consent of the Board of Directors to be recognized as the Lifetime Achievement Award recipient.
Dave Haring was presented the President’s Award of Excellence. Selected by WAOA President Glenn Januska, the award recognized Haring’s contributions to both WAOA and Aviation within the State of Wyoming and his commitment to the industry.
Friday, September 06, 2013
In 2012 the WAOA Board approved a comprehensive redrafting of our Continuing Education Policy, application form, and application approval process. For more information on the policy, which addresses internships, conferences, and educational assistance please click on the read more below:
WAOA Fall Conference Dates
Monday, January 21, 2013
The dates for the WAOA fall conference are September 15th through the 17th at the Snow King Resort in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Please mark your calendars!
WAOA Spring Board Meeting
Monday, January 21, 2013
On January 16th the WAOA Board held a meeting in conjunction with the Legislative Reception at Little America, Cheyenne. Minutes of the meeting are available by clicking on the following link: http://www.wyomingairports.org/index.php?/main/about/C61/.
WAOA Issues Awards
Monday, October 05, 2009
WAOA issued two awards at the Wyoming Aviation Conference September 10th - 12th, 2009.
Dr. Kim Kenville, Professor for the North Dakota Aerospace School, received WAOA’s Enlightenment Award. This award is presented to an individual who has demonstrated significant achievement in the field of aviation education.
Glenn Januska, Manager of the Casper/Natrona County International Airport, received Airport Manager of the Year. This award is presented to an individual who has demonstrated superior effort over the course of the past year in the realm of leadership, airport operations, public relations, property development, safety, air service development, and/or tenant relations.