Compensation: $56,160 – $68,796
Under general supervision and administrative direction, has the primary responsibility to provide emergency and non-emergency response to individuals and entities that request or require support services on properties of the Tucson Airport Authority (TAA) at Tucson International Airport (TUS) and Ryan Airfield (RYN); ensure all federal regulations pertinent to safety, security and emergency management are followed; ensure that the laws of the State of Arizona and of the United States are enforced as they pertain to the jurisdiction of the TAA; understand and adhere to department and TAA policies.
The following functions and all other functions not included in this job description are to be performed in the best interests and for the greater good of TAA.
- Ensure compliance with all Federal, State, and local laws, rules and regulations, and TAA policies and procedures in the performance of TAA’s Police activities.·
- Protect life and property and provide public safety within departmental policies and guidelines.·
- Perform law enforcement patrol activities and enforce laws; maintain public order; maintain high visibility to deter and prevent crime, observe criminal behavior, and employ crime prevention techniques; operate patrol vehicles; pursue offenders by patrol vehicle and on foot; conduct investigations; issue summonses/citations and warnings; stop and/or arrest resisting offenders using appropriate force, up to and including deadly force; search persons, places and things for discovery of evidence or weapons; seize and impound property and evidence; transport persons and property.
- Perform law enforcement tasks mandated by Transportation Security Administration (TSA) regulations Part 1542 and Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) regulations FAR Part 139.
- Utilize the Incident Management System (ICS)/National Incident Management System (NIMS) protocols and procedures; coordinate and/or participate in after-action emergency de-briefing with appropriate departments and stakeholders.
- Be responsive to airport emergencies and situations that may involve loss of human life or property; support public safety and operational response to emergencies; utilize Incident Management System (ICS)/National Incident Management System (NIMS) protocols and procedures; coordinate and/or participate in after-action emergency de-briefing with appropriate departments and stakeholders.
A minimum high school diploma or equivalent; United States Citizenship; and Arizona Police Officer Standards and Training (P.O.S.T.) Board certified.
Licenses; Certificates; Special Requirements:
Valid Arizona Driver’s license.