Air Traffic Controller

Pascagoula, MS Full-time
Posted on September 11, 2019

Air Traffic Controller Jackson County Trent Lott Airport is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Part-Time Air Traffic Controller. High School Diploma or its equivalent three (3) years’ experience of air traffic control tower experience is required. Candidate must have an FAA Certificate and a Class II Medical Certificate. Starting salary is $21.22/hr. Job qualifications and applications are available online at Candidates should submit applications and resume by September 18, 2019 before 5:00 p.m. to the Jackson County Board of Supervisors, Attn: Human Resources P.O. Box 998, Pascagoula, Mississippi, 39568-0998 or by fax at (228) 769-3379. Jackson County is an E.O.E.


Our History


Jackson County was founded in 1812. Two consistent threads run through the history of this beautiful Coastal county; progressive leadership and the ability to change with the times. Its greatest resources have been and continue to be its people and its strategically located waterways.

The county's transition from Spanish to American rule was made in 1810 when it was absorbed into the Mississippi Territory and brought under the Constitution of the United States. In December, 1812, Mobile County was divided into three counties- Mobile on the east, Jackson in the middle, and Hancock on the west. The northern row of townships was taken from Jackson and added to Greene County in 1822. George County was created from the remaining boundaries in 1910.