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Bob Hope Airport

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Employment at the Airport

TBI Airport Management
TBI Airport Management is the private operator of Bob Hope Airport.

TBI employment requires authorization to work in the U.S. as defined by the Immigration Reform Act of 1986, and ability to pass an employer background check and 10-year TSA background check.

To apply for a TBI opening, submit resume and cover letter to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .  Please identify position in the subject line of your email you are applying for.


Resumes will only be accepted and reviewed for the position(s) listed below:

Position:  Operations Specialist (Landside)

Major Responsibilities and Functions:

- Perform daily Landside Operations inspections.

- Assist in monitoring and evaluating parking operator contract compliance and performance.  Perform supervision of landside activities.

- Activities include construction-focused oversight and monitoring and maintaining airport facility access. 

- Perform ground transportation operations oversight, including inspecting/approving ground transportation vehicles, contract compliance, and Authority Rules compliance. 

- Provide operations oversight for landside construction projects, primarily to ensure the smooth flow of landside operations and compliance with FAR Part 139, FAR Part 77, TSR 1542, OSHA, and EPA regulations.

- Represent management when responding to emergencies per Airport Emergency Plan. 

- Respond to and complete reports on first aid, property/public damage, hazmat, Notices of Violation (NOV), safety and security incidents.  

- Issues and monitors status of Airport Maintenance work orders related to landside facilities. 

- Monitor Ground Transportation operations for contract compliance and safety.  Represent the Landside Operations Dept. at meetings. 

- Assist customers over the phone, in person and through technology, such as email. 

- Develop and prepare operational procedures, policies, rules, regulations, and letters of agreement as it relates to landside operations. 

- Oversee the safety/security for construction operations, as assigned.  Coordinate and monitor usage of landside lease space and parking lots. 

- Perform revenue analysis.  Process purchase orders, invoices and refund request forms. 

- Perform other duties as assigned


- Bachelor’s degree in aviation/airport management or a closely related field and minimum of 2 years’ recent experience in airport, parking, or construction operating procedures; or equivalent combination of education and experience

- Ability to comprehend written technical material related to airport operations and construction

- Ability to communicate effectively verbally and in writing, writing at moderately complex level

- Proficiency in Microsoft Office suite programs

- Ability to pass TSA and employer mandated background checks and maintain security clearance as required

- Proof of a valid motor vehicle operator’s license. Must be able to receive a valid California State Driver’s License prior to operating airport vehicles

- Obtain and maintain security clearance as required by role and TSA regulations

 Normal Working Hours:

- 8 hour shift

- Weekdays and weekends

- Typical shifts (subject to change): Monday thru Friday 5:30am-2:00pm, Sunday thru Thursday 2:00pm-10:30pm or combination thereof.

Submitted resumes will only be considered if the applicant meets the above required qualifications.

Position:  Operations Coordinator/Dispatcher

Dispatch law enforcement, fire, operations and maintenance personnel via two-way radio to security, safety and emergency incidents in coordination and cooperation with surrounding governmental agencies. Other duties include, but are not limited to, providing customer service to travelers, tenants, agencies and airport staff; monitoring an array of facility alarm systems; sending notifications to stakeholders via the Everbridge Notification System; making announcements via terminal public address and visual paging system; and the ability to comply with attendance/tardiness standards.



High school diploma or GED; Mandatory 1-2 years of experience in dispatching in an airport environment OR other environment, customer service or airport operations; or equivalent combination of experience and education. Must have the ability to multi-task, work efficiently under pressure, maintain awareness, and respond effectively to emergency situations in a calm and controlled manner. Ability to read and interpret documents as well as to maintain daily operations and law enforcement records, report logs, contractor tracker and checklists. Must possess and maintain a valid driver's license with driving record acceptable to Airport Authority. Willing and able to work rotating shifts, including overnight shifts, holidays and weekends.


Submitted resumes will only be considered if the applicant meets the above required qualifications.


Position:  Utility Worker 1 (Fleet Maintenance)

This position involves performing washing and detailing of airport vehicles and bus stops (75%), and performing other related facilities maintenance duties (25%).

Responsibilities include:
-Wash and detail vehicles.
-Clean and detail bus stops.
-Pressure wash sidewalks and various concrete items.
-Move vehicles to accomplish tasks.
-Perform general facilities maintenance, contractor escorts and other duties as assigned.
-Perform sweeping by operating airfield sweeping vehicle.
-Perform other related duties as assigned.


-Previous maintenance/janitorial experience (preferably at a large property).
-Demonstrated knowledge of general facilities maintenance procedures.
-Good verbal and written communication skills. Ability to communicate via radio with detail and accuracy.
-Ability to wear and use proper safety gear/equipment.
-Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships.
-Ability to work with or learn to operate equipment, power tools, hand tools and other equipment related to performing work.
-Possession of and ability to maintain a valid California driver’s license, class C or higher, with record acceptable to the Authority’s insurance underwriter.
-Ability to obtain and maintain security clearance as required by role and TSA regulations.
-Ability to lift, push, pull, move or carry over 50 pounds, climb ladders, work outdoors in various weather conditions.

Submitted resumes will only be considered if the applicant meets the above required qualifications.