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The Indianapolis Airport Authority (IAA) is made up of an award-winning, innovative team focused on achieving excellence. IAA staff represent a high-performing culture that fosters world-class service to enhance the community. Whether that's the traveling public or Central Indiana community, our employees are "One of a KIND!"

We offer career opportunities in various occupations. Our teams range from on-staff auto service technicians and a building maintenance crew to parking chauffeurs and terminal services groups. Many of our employees fall in love with the IAA environment and feel great pride for their workplace, earning respect in return. For this reason many of our employees are tenured and have been with IAA for more than 20 years.

Employee Teams

The Indianapolis Airport Authority is represented by many hard-working people and departments. Most employee groups can be broken down into the following:

Public Safety Team

Police & Fire departments

Maintenance Team

Airside, parking, building, tech, auto / heavy equipment

Parking Team

Shuttle bus drivers, cashiers, chauffeurs, etc.

Terminal Services Team

Ensure the cleanliness of the IND campus

Professional Support

Administration, Commercial Enterprise, Finance, Human Resources, Information Technology, Legal, Planning & Development, Public Affairs, etc.

10 Year Employee Celebration

Watch as Indianapolis Airport Authority employees share their personal stories of our "One of a KIND" culture during the 2018 ten year celebration of the terminal.

It's the people that makes this place shine!

Employee Recognition

IAA celebrates great employees and encourages all employers to do the same. We're committed to putting our customers and travelers first always. We're proud to have a staff dedicated to that mission. The RITE (Respect, Integrity, Trust, Excellence) Awards recognizes employees who have gone above and beyond and truly live out our core values of respect, integrity, trust and excellence.

Diversity & Inclusion Awards

Our commitment to diversity and inclusion shows through numerous local and national recognition. Mayor Joe Hogsett recognized the IAA in the 2016 Mayor's Celebration of Diversity Awards. Airports Council International named the IAA an Inclusion Champion and Indiana Minority Business Magazine named the IAA a Champion of Diversity. In addition, Mayor Greg Ballard recognized the IAA in the 2014 Access and Inclusion Awards.

ROSE Award

ROSE Award honorees are true goodwill ambassadors for their companies and the city. The mission of the Visit Indy ROSE Award is to honor non-managerial hospitality employees or volunteers who provide excellent customer service. These industry champions, through one-on-one or behind-the-scenes contact, positively influence a visitor's experience in Indianapolis. In 2016, IAA Shuttle Driver, Hafedh Khemir, was honored with a ROSE Award.

2016 ROSE Award Winners

Benefits

Medical Insurance

IAA offers three medical plan options (PPO, HSA Core, HSA Saver) through Anthem where preventive care is paid in full. Employee contributions are broken down into bands based on salary. With the HSA Core plan, employer provides contributions.

Hearing Aid Benefit

As part of the medical plan, employees have access to a Hearing Aid Benefit. Benefits will cover Hearing Aids and related services with an allowance per calendar year.

Dental Insurance

IAA offers two dental plan options for employees to choose from as well as single and family options through Delta Dental. Basic and major services are covered for your choice of an in-network or out-of-network provider plan.

Vision Insurance

IAA offers vision insurance through Anthem. Blue vision has an extensive network of national vision providers. Exams, frames and lenses are covered through in-network and out-of-network plans.

Flexible Spending Accounts

IAA provides a FSA through Chard Snyder. Contributions to FSA's come out of your paycheck before taxes. Each employee contributes a pre-selected amount each month to their FSA, if desired.

Marathon Health Clinic

Free healthcare services for employees on any of the Indianapolis Airport Authority medical plans, Marathon offers freestanding, interconnected health centers strategically located throughout the Indianapolis area with expanded hours on evenings and weekends and access to care teams including physicians, nurse practitioners, physician's assistants, nurses, behavioral health counselors, physical therapists, registered dieticians, health coaches, certified diabetes instructors, and more.

Retirement Planning

The Deferred Compensation Plan 457(b) is a voluntary retirement savings program offered to all employees. Employees may elect pre-tax contributions from an array of financial plans.

Group Life & Disability

Group life insurance and disability insurance is offered to all full-time employees as an employer-paid benefit.

Added Insurance Benefits

Employees may elect optional plans for insurance such as whole life insurance, accident insurance, and critical illness insurance through Boston Mutual.

Pet Insurance

As an optional benefit for our pet-loving employees, the My Pet Protection from Nationwide offers options to meet every budget.

Work Life Balance

With a schedule of paid holidays and vacation time, sick time, and personal time offered on an accrual basis. Employees can also donate their time to colleagues in need.

Employee Assistance Program

The Employee Assistance Program provides confidential counseling and referral services to all employees at no extra cost to you.

New Parent Leave

Full-Time Eligible employees who have been employed for at least 12 months may take up to 6 consecutive weeks (30 workdays) of Family Care Leave for a birth or adoption of a child: all 6 of those weeks will be compensated at 100 percent (100%) of the employee’s regular pay. Part-Time Eligible Employees who work a minimum of 25 hours per week and have been employed for at least 12 months may be eligible and the number of weeks of paid leave will be pro-rated based on length of service and percentage of time worked.

Elder Social/Emotional Care

Up to an annual amount of $5,000 to help pay for care for immediate family members of eligible employees age 62 or older to enable the employee to be gainfully employed, for the primary purpose of assuming the immediate family member's social/emotional wellbeing.

Child Care Reimbursement

Up to an annual amount of $5,000 to help pay for care for a dependent child of eligible employees to enable the employee to be gainfully employed, for the primary purpose of assuming the child's or children’s wellbeing and protection.

Educational Assistance Program

The Indianapolis Airport Authority (IAA) understands the skills and knowledge of its employees are critical to the success of the organization and, in turn, the community. Investing in equitable opportunities for development and higher education and partnering with educational institutions in Indiana helps to foster our high performing culture and adds public value to our community. The Educational Assistance Program encourages personal development by providing up to $5,250 each year in tuition reimbursement or both degree and certificate programs to motivate employees to maintain and/or improve job-related skills and enhance their ability to compete for jobs within the IAA.

Transparency Coverage Rule Anthem

On November 12, 2020, the Departments of Health and Human Services, Labor, and the Treasury finalized the Transparency in Coverage Rule that requires health insurers and group health plans to create a price comparison tool and post publicly available machine-readable files that include in-network negotiated payment rates and historical out-of-network charges for covered items and services, including prescription drugs.

The link below provides access to machine-readable files disclosing detailed information on the costs of covered items and services, including prescription drug pricing, for both requirements below.

1. Negotiated rates for in-network providers

2. Historical allowed amounts and billed charges for out-of-network providers

Work for IAA

Do you have an interest in joining our team? We would love to hear from you. Follow the link below to view our open positions and begin your application today.

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Additional Resources for Working at the Airport

Badging

The IAA Badging Office issues, tracks and manages the employment ID badges and security credentials of all employees at Indianapolis International Airport (IND). For details about badge types, badge requirements, badging applications, criminal history checks, SIDA training and more, please visit the page below.

Badging

Volunteer Ambassador Program

The IAA is always looking for volunteers living in the Indianapolis area who are enthusiastic about aviation and have a passion for volunteerism.

If you are interested in offering your time to support the airport and the community, we'd love to talk to you!

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