Employment Opportunities

Thank you for your interest in a position at the Friedman Memorial Airport

Positions currently available:

Friedman Memorial Airport Seeks ON-CALL or PART-TIME (32 hours/week winter)
Airport Snow Removal Operator / Heavy Equipment Operator

Already have a job but want to earn some extra cash?  Work part-time for the airport to be “on-call” for snowstorms.

Be part of the team that keeps the aviation industry safe! The Airport Snow Crew keep the Sun Valley/Friedman Memorial Airport open throughout the winter season. The snow crew operates state-of-the-art equipment to keep the runways, taxiways, and ramps safe during snowstorms.

You will learn how to drive in the airport environment, listen to and talk with Air Traffic Control, and much more. All training will be provided on-the-job.

Preferred experience includes the operation of snow removal equipment, driving trucks or busses, and heavy equipment such as front end loaders or logging equipment. CDL drivers are encouraged to apply as well!

32-hour per week positions and “on-call” positions available.

Email Tim Burke at Tim@iflysun.com with a resume or list of your qualifications.

Additional Employment Opportunities:

For job openings that are offered by an airline, car rental agency, or FBO serving FMA, please refer to the following links:

For positions with the FMA Air Traffic Control Tower, please contact Serco Management at:  (615) 217-2926.

Available positions with the TSA (Transportation Security Administration) may be viewed on the employment page of their website at www.tsa.gov.

Friedman Memorial Airport is an Equal Opportunity Employer and a Drug-Free Workplace. The Friedman Memorial Airport Authority is committed to compliance with Federal and State laws requiring that the Airport only hires workers who are lawfully entitled to work in the United States (U.S. citizens or nationals and non‐citizens with valid work authorization) without discrimination. As such, the Airport participates in the E‐verify Program established by the Department of Homeland Security and the Social Security Administration to aid employers in verifying the employment eligibility of all newly‐hired employees. Our participation in the E‐Verify program does not exempt us from the obligation to obtain a complete Form I‐9 from every employee we hire.