The Tucson Airport Authority is currently in search of an experienced, energetic, and organized administrative professional to provide exceptional administrative and operational support to our General Counsel and other departments at TAA.
The Clerk will be an organizing force within the Legal Department and contribute to the continued growth and excellence of our organization. Our ideal candidate will possess a commitment to exceptional service, have an instinct for collaboration, and excel at finding creative solutions.
Duties include but are not limited to:
Scheduling Board meetings.
Preparing and issuing public notification of all official activities and meetings (post notices).
Preparing agenda and agenda packets with an understanding of each agenda item.
Recording and preparing minutes for applicable meetings as a public record of official action taken.
Communicating with all appropriate stakeholders.
Maintaining and updating official documents, such as Board policy and TAA policy changes.
A high school diploma or G.E.D. is required. Preference will be given for a job-related Associate or Bachelor degree; minimum of five years’ experience in a public or private office administration position. Preference will be given to Clerk experience in the public sector; a combination of education and experience sufficient to demonstrate the ability to satisfactorily meet the job requirements will be considered. Notary Public is preferred.
Additional Salary Information: DOE
Internal Number: 103
About 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 certificated 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 and air cargo needs of metro Tucson, southern Arizona and northern Sonora, Mexico. RYN serves a general aviation reliever airport for TUS and is popular amongst transient pilots for recreational use.
Mission Statement: Promote aviation and foster economic development by strategically planning, developing and operating the most effective and efficient airport system in southern Arizona.