Under the direction of the Vice President, Finance & Revenue Development, directs the accounting and financial reporting functions of the Commission. Participates in financial planning. Monitors and controls expenditures for capital and operating requirements of the Commission. Responsible for overseeing cash management, budgeting, purchasing, and financial controls. Supports the Vice President of Finance and Revenue Development in investment activities.
Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting, Finance or related field of study.
Seven years of financial management experience.
Five years of supervisory experience.
Excellent written, verbal and presentation skills.
Strong business acumen and leadership skills, collaborative work style and relationship-building skills.
Intermediate skill level using Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook.
Experience analyzing complex data to make decisions.
Ability to clearly articulate the basis for decisions made.
Working knowledge of capital markets.
Knowledge of generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP).
Driver’s license and reliable vehicle to commute between job sites
About Metropolitan Airports Commission
The Metropolitan Airports Commission (MAC) is dedicated to providing services that consistently exceed the expectations of its customers. Whether it's providing exciting shopping and healthy dining options at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport (MSP), plowing snow from one of its seven airports' runways, designing and building sustainable facilities, or ensuring the organization's long-term financial strength, the MAC strives to fulfill its vision statement: Providing your best airport experience.
Created in 1943 by Minnesota state law, the MAC is a public corporation providing coordinated aviation services throughout the Twin Cities metropolitan area. In fact, the MAC operates one of the largest airport systems in the nation, which includes MSP and six general aviation airports. Together these airports help drive the region's economy and job growth while providing quick, easy access to destinations around the globe.
A 15-member board of commissioners appointed by Minnesota's governor and the mayors of Minneapolis and Saint Paul establishes the commission's policies. Those policies are implemented by the commission's senior leadership and staff. The MAC and its airports are funded through rents and fees paid by airport users, not by general tax dollars.