Highly responsible supervisory administrative and technical work directing and coordinating the work of electricians and maintenance personnel engaged in the construction, installation, maintenance, repair and servicing of high, medium and low-voltage electrical, communications and electronics systems, including panel boards, communication systems, interior and exterior lighting systems, airport runway lighting systems, electrical circuits, generators, electrical pumps and motors, and related systems, devices and equipment. Troubleshoots electrical problems; reviews and updates complex electrical plans, confers with contractors, consultants, local, state and federal government agencies regarding proposed and existing electrical construction work for electrical code compliance. Monitors all aspects of project activities until completed, documents problems, recommends solutions, prepares maintenance schedules and associated job plans, produces purchase requisitions for materials used, prepares reports which include status or projects etc. Responds to all electrical emergency situations and performs additional duties as assigned or required; and related work as required.
Minimum Qualifications A valid driver's license.* Applicants must be eligible for coverage under the airport's auto liability insurance policy. An Associate's Degree from an accredited college or university.* Eight (8) years of full time paid experience as a licensed electrician. At least five (5) years of this experience must have been at an airport facility. A valid Class "A" Master Electrical License.* Out of area licenses are acceptable. However, if hired, the candidate must show proof of an active Class "A" Master Electrical License with the City of New Orleans within one hundred and (120) days of hire. Failure to do so will result in termination.
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.