The Airport Security Manager maintains a safe and secure atmosphere for travelers, visitors, tenants and employees within airport facilities and grounds by performing duties related to aviation security, physical security and access control to include CCTV monitoring, incident management, employee training, and inspections of airport premises, vendors and stakeholders. Work requires situational awareness, attention-to-detail and discernment.
The Manager will plan, direct, manage and oversee all aspects of the Airport Security Plan (ASP) and compliance with CFR Part 1542/1544 and Part 139. Manages contract for law enforcement and private security guards to ensure compliance with all federal security and law enforcement requirements. Responsible for processing and issuing all airport security identification badges and maintaining badging records. The Manager also manages and maintains the airport access control and CCTV systems, and airport locks/keys/access door controls. Responds 24x7 to all security related matters. Performs such other duties and responsibilities as assigned.
A Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college or university in aviation management, criminal justice, emergency management, business administration or a related field. *
EITHER: Five (5) years of professional experience in in directing, implementing, and coordinating governmental regulatory security activities and plans, including those related to emergency response situations. Experience should include purchasing, administering contracts, and budgeting. At least two (2) years of this experience must have been supervisory experience. OR: Five (5) years of professional experience in working in a Part 139 certified airport security office. At least two (2) years of this experience must have been or supervisory experience.
A valid driver's license. * Applicants must be eligible for coverage under the airport's auto liability insurance policy.
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.