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Under administrative direction, to manage the Rogers Field Chester Airport; provide professional and technical assistance as it pertains to the airport; and to perform related duties as required.

Manager shall be solely responsible for carrying out the following mandatory duties in a manner satisfactory to the Plumas County Board of Supervisors and the Plumas County Director of Airports.

Manager shall supervise, operate, maintain, repair, and keep in a clean and orderly condition all of the County’s real and personal property at the Chester, Rogers Field Airport. Solid waste shall be collected and disposed of promptly. All landing areas, taxi strips, apron areas, lighting systems, and air navigation facilities shall be kept in a safe and usable condition. Snow removal as required and practical to keep the airport open to air traffic. General office operations and tasks such as bookkeeping, fuel tax records management, collection of fees and unicom communications. Operation and maintenance of self service fuel terminal including daily inspections, inventories, receiving, testing and releasing of aviation fuel for sale. Providing Tie-downs as needed by the aviation public. Routine maintenance and certification of all of the county’s automated weather observations systems. (AWOS) EOE

Additional Application:

Three (3) years experience working in an airport, working with airplane equipment, snow removal equipment, refueling equipment. Be able to lift 50Lbs. on a regular basis. Special Requirements Possession of a valid driver’s license at the time of application and a valid California Drivers License by the time of appointment. The valid California License must be maintained throughout employment.

Minimum Education and Experience

Minimum Months of Experience: 36
Education Required: High School
Driver's License Required: Yes
Hiring Requirements for this Job:
  • Background Checks
  • Reference Check
  • Minimum Hourly Wage: 22.03

    About Plumas County

    Plumas County is located near the northeast corner of California, up where the Sierra and the Cascade mountains meet. The Feather River, with its several forks, flows through the county. Quincy, the unincorporated county seat, is about 80 miles northeast from Oroville, California, and about 85 miles from Lake Tahoe and Reno, Nevada. State highways 70 and 89 traverse the county.

    Accessible by Public Transportation: Yes