Under the general direction of the Deputy Director – Operations and Maintenance, develops, establishes, coordinates, and manages the Airport’s Landside/Ground Transportation Department. Responsible for the oversight and management of all ground transportation services at the Airport from the terminal curb and roadways to the parking facilities, including regulation of Airport’s commercial transportation service providers, including, taxicabs, shuttles, limousines and courtesy vehicles. Engages in planning, budgeting, monitoring technological developments related to ground transportation, changes in regulations and requirements, and staff development. Examples of duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
Manages the administration of the Airport’s Parking and Ground Transportation services which consists of the Airport's major public-side contracts, including the Parking Management contract, Transportation Network Company (TNC) permits, airport shuttle and limousine services concessions, all public ground transportation agreements and concessions, all security guard contracts, and the employee parking programs.
A Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college or university.*
EITHER: Six (6) years of responsible, professional administrative experience in Landside Operations, Transit Management, or Ground Transportation Management at a medium to large commercial airport. At least two (2) years of this experience must have been in a supervisor capacity. OR: Six (6) years of responsible, professional administrative transportation related experience, such as Transit Management or Transportation Consulting (in a Ground Transportation, Landside Operations or Transit, Mass and/or public transportation environment). At least two (2) years of this experience must have been in a supervisor capacity.
A valid driver's license.* Applicants must be eligible for coverage under the airport's auto liability insurance policy.
About New Orleans Aviation Board
The New Orleans Aviation Board (NOAB) oversees the operation of the Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport and the Downtown Heliport as an unattached board of the City of New Orleans. The nine member board is appointed by the Mayor of New Orleans.
Armstrong International serves over 13 million passengers annually with 15 airlines to 53 non-stop destinations. NOAB has annual revenues of $115 Million and has a $1 Billon Capital Improvement Program underway, including the construction of a new 35-gate terminal facility.
Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport is the gateway to one of the top travel destinations in the world – New Orleans. Conveniently located 15 minutes from downtown and the historic French Quarter, Armstrong International is poised for the future as the Airport of the Gulf South providing safe, first class customer service to travelers from around the world.