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Manager of Financial Planning, Budgeting and Analysis

Leadership opportunity within a high performing finance team in a unique and exciting industry!


TAA is looking for a talented and motivated financial professional to take charge of our annual budgeting process and provide internal stakeholders with strategic planning support. This individual will be exposed to all areas of TAA’s business and be poised to leverage their financial and accounting passion to influence decision making and affect positive change. The ideal candidate will have an active CPA license, with a background in both finance and accounting, and demonstrated experience of successfully managing the annual budgeting process. Excel wizards with a knack for creative thinking and problem solving are highly encouraged to apply!

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About the Tucson Airport Authority

The Tucson Airport Authority (TAA) is a unique nonprofit organization developed by business leaders, and created through Arizona state charter in 1948; it is certified to operate an airport system that consists of Tucson International Airport (TUS) and Ryan Airfield (RYN). In addition to serving general aviation and military users, TUS serves the commercial passenger air cargo needs of metro Tucson, southern Arizona and northern Sonora, Mexico. RYN serves as a general reliever airport for TUS and is popular amongst transient pilots for recreational use.

 

The Airport System

Tucson International Airport (TUS) is a commercial service international airport serving air carrier, cargo, military users and general aviation operators. TUS serves over 3.5 million passengers annually. TUS is about 8 miles south of the city’s central business district and encompasses about 8,400 acres. The campus includes 130 buildings with nearly 2.5 million square feet of space and about 60 tenants..

Ryan Airfield (RYN) is a general aviation reliever airport serving general aviation and military users. RYN is located about 12 miles west of Tucson, covers 1,800 acres and accommodates 30 tenants providing a variety of services for general aviation and military users.

Our Mission: Promote aviation and foster economic development by strategically planning, developing and operating the most effective and efficient airport system in Southern Arizona.

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Tucson Airport Authority
7250 South Tucson Boulevard, Suite 300
Tucson, AZ 85756
(520) 573-8100