Louisville Regional Airport Authority - Louisville, KY
Location: Louisville, Kentucky
Type: Full Time
Salary: $118,705 - 178,057
2 Year Degree
Under the general policy and supervision of the Senior Vice President/Chief Operating Officer, the Director of Facilities is responsible for day to day, non-recurring maintenance and long-range programs for maintenance, repair, and operational capability of all LRAA facilities, including buildings and installed equipment, (HVAC, plumbing, electrical, structural, building systems and controls, airfield lighting and signs and all exterior facility lighting, ancillary building equipment, and stationary equipment) required for the safe, efficient and effective operation of LRAA facilities. Establishes work standards and priorities. Ensures adherence and compliance to SOP’s, policies, and regulations. Implements processes through workplace improvements for better utilization and productivity of personnel. Provides supervision and management support to all building maintenance employees. Coordinates work activities and projects with other LRAA departments, outside agencies, contractors, airlines and tenants.
About Louisville Regional Airport Authority - Louisville, KY
About Louisville Regional Airport Authority
About Louisville Regional Airport Authority The Louisville Regional Airport Authority owns and operates the Louisville Muhammad Ali International Airport (SDF) and Bowman Field (LOU). Aviation is an economic powerhouse for the region, generating $10.4 billion in economic impact every year. One in 8 jobs is generated by the airports and their aviation partners. Eight commercial airlines offer nonstop service to more than 35 nonstop destinations from SDF. SDF is home to UPS Worldport, moving millions of tons of product annually, making SDF the 3rd busiest cargo airport in North America and 6th in the world. Established in 1919, Bowman Field is one of the longest continuously operating, general aviation airports in the U.S. Bowman Field is home to over 280 based aircraft and has over 88,000 annual aircraft operations.