We invite you to join the team that makes So Cal, So Easy. Our phenomenal team works daily to connect people, places and create experiences for millions of travelers who enjoy Southern California’s Ontario International Airport.
An employee of this class plans, develops, implements and maintains the airport concession programs and related commercial passenger service of the Ontario International Airport Authority (OIAA). Incumbents in this classification report directly to the Chief Commercial Officer. The Commercial Manager conducts financial modeling and benchmarking, forecasts activity and revenue analyzing scenarios and alternatives, negotiates and documents key business terms, and prepares reports and presentations for stakeholders.
A Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in Aviation, Business Consulting, Economics, Finance, Marketing, Real Estate or other related field is required. Seven (7) years of experience in a minimum of two of the following disciplines is required: Airport consulting, concessions management, strategy and planning, or management. Experience in planning and procuring in-terminal food, beverage, retail and advertising concessions, developing ground transportation programs or planning for commercial real estate development in an airport environment is highly desirable. Valid Driver's License equivalent to a California Class C Driver's License. Acceptable driving record at time of appointment and throughout employment. Ability to pass all background / reference checks, knowledge examinations, as well as aptitude tests necessary to obtain an OIAA employee badge at ONT.
About Ontario International Airport Authority
Thank you for your interest in employment with the Ontario International Airport Authority (OIAA).
Our phenomenal team works daily to connect people, places and create experiences for millions of travelers who enjoy Southern California’s Ontario International Airport. 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.