Corporate Strategy and External Relations Champion
Tucson Airport Authority
July 19, 2018
Full Time - Experienced
4 Year Degree
The Tucson Airport Authority (TAA) is seeking a Corporate Strategy and External Relations Champion, who will be responsible to develop, execute and sustain TAA’s strategic initiatives to ensure organizational effectiveness and corporate sustainability. The Corporate Strategy and External Relations Champion will create strategies to keep TAA on the cutting edge to manage our business requirements and connect strategies to our people; manages external relations and collaborates with the CEO to facilitate the TAA corporate governance process to support the TAA Board in the setting of policy guidance and corporate priorities. The responsibilities include working with the CEO to proactively manage relations with TAA members and other external stakeholders.
A Bachelor’s Degree in Organizational Engineering, Business, Communications or related field; a minimum of five years of combined work experience in organizational engineering, strategic business planning, airport management, and strategy, planning or business development.
Please submit your application and resume at https://www.flytucson.com/taa/employment/ to be considered for the Corporate Strategy and External Relations Champions opportunity with the Tucson Airport Authority.
Full Job Description is available at www.flytucson.com.
Contact Phone: 520-573-4854 Tucson Airport Authority Human Resources Department 7250 South Tucson Boulevard Suite 300 Tucson, Arizona 85756 USA
About Tucson Airport Authority
The Tucson Airport Authority (TAA) is an independent, non-profit organization operating Tucson International Airport and general aviation reliever Ryan Airfield. TAA has sustained its operations since its origin in 1948 from airport generated revenues without the use of local taxes, and continues to invest millions of dollars each year in safety, security and facility infrastructure that drives job creation and economic activity for the benefit of Tucson and southern Arizona. The two airports currently support 35,000 jobs and house more than 100 tenants, and serve a diverse mix of both aviation and non-aviation related businesses, as well as military and government operations.