An employee of this class is responsible for supervision of all accounting and financial functions for the Ontario International Airport Authority (OIAA). Incumbents in this classification report directly to the Chief Financial Officer. Primary responsibilities include supervision of the monthly close process, monthly, quarterly financial reporting, payroll, payroll taxes, and retirement contributions; assists in all treasury administration. The Finance Manager will also be part of the team that creates and implements policies and procedures to identify, resolve and document accounting issues in addition to creating procedures to make the close and reporting processes more efficient and accurate.
Five years of progressively responsible and recent professional experience in finance or accounting. A minimum of two years must be in a supervisory capacity.
Experience at a commercial airport is highly desirable.
Registration as a Certified Public Accountant is highly desirable. Valid Driver’s License equivalent to a California Class C driver’s license.
About Ontario International Airport Authority
Want to be a part of something bigger than yourself? To contribute to a team making moves on a global scale? Then you’re invited to join the team that lives the So Cal, So Easy vibe. The phenomenal team works daily to connect people, places and create experiences for the millions of passengers traveling through Southern California’s Ontario International Airport (ONT). ONT is looking for people who think outside of the box, who get excited about the possibilities, and who want to continue paving the way for the fastest growing airport in the U.S. If you want to be a part of a vibrant team making world-class moves, and contribute to shaping the future of this airport, region and industry, then look no further. #ThisisONT.
The City of Ontario and San Bernardino County formed the OIAA in August 2012 by enacting a Joint Powers Agreement. The OIAA provides overall direction for the management, operations, development, and marketing of Ontario International Airport (ONT), for the benefit of the Southern California economy and the residents of the airport's four-county catchment area. ONT is one of Southern California's busiest airports in terms of passenger and air cargo traffic, and ...the region's only major commercial airport with significant acreage of developable real estate and significant airfield and terminal capacity for future passenger and cargo traffic growth. Perhaps most important, ONT is one of just two airports in the region that can accommodate widebody, long-haul international passenger and wide-body freighter aircraft operations.