The Louisville Regional Airport Authority (LRAA) is seeking a motivated and dynamic individual for the Director of Marketing & Air Service Development position. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, actively researching, developing, planning, recommending and implementing strategies and best-in-class practices related to air service development, overall airport marketing, and airline relationship management. This position requires highly effective analytical, presentation and communication skills. Position requires a B.A./B.S. degree with course work in aviation, business, marketing, economics, communications, or related field, with a minimum of five years of pertinent airport experience. Certified Member (C.M.) or Accredited Airport Executive (A.A.E) designation preferred. Salary range: $95,709 to $143,563. Please see full job descriptions online at: www.flylouisville.com HOW TO APPLY: Please submit both a cover letter and résumé. We require your files to be submitted as PDF documents. Send your PDF files to LRAA Human Resources at: HR@flylouisville.com
Position requires a B.A./B.S. degree with course work in aviation, business, marketing, economics, communications, or related field, with a minimum of five years of pertinent airport experience. Certified Member (C.M.) or Accredited Airport Executive (A.A.E) designation preferred.
About Louisville Regional Airport Authority
The Louisville Regional Airport Authority is an independent public agency governed by an eleven member Board of Directors composed of leading public officials and private citizens. The Authority is primarily responsible for:
- planning, constructing, and operating its airports (currently Louisville International Airport and Bowman Field) in a timely and cost effective manner;
- enhancing the quality and quantity of air service to Kentucky and southern Indiana;
- cooperating with other agencies in economic development initiatives; and
-maintaining a close liaison with the surrounding community so as to be sensitive and responsive to the impact of airport operations on airport neighbors.
The Authority’s airports serve a large portion of Kentucky and southern Indiana by providing the people and businesses of this region entry into the international air
transportation system. As such, these airports are an integral and dynamic element in the economic welfare of the region. Operating for many years on a self-sustaining
basis, the Authority pursues its objectives by employing a professional staff and by working closely with the traveling public, various levels of govern...ment, the airlines, and a
variety of other groups whose goals are to serve the best interests of the community at large.