Executive Manager Corporate Services & Chief Financial Officer
- Strategic Executive Appointment
- Enabling the Airport’s Vision and Development
- Global Gateway to Northern NSW
Newcastle Airport is seeking a strategically focused Corporate Services and Chief Financial Officer. This role will make a major contribution to enabling the development vision for Newcastle Airport.
Newcastle Airport is a dynamic enabler of the aspirations and operations of the northern NSW businesses, industries, communities and tourism which it serves. As described in the Hunter Regional Plan 2036, the Airport is a global transport gateway providing vital infrastructure for the Hunter and Central Coast regions to export services and skilled labour to other parts of Australia and internationally. In May 2020, the NSW Government named Williamtown as the location for a new special Activation Precinct. The Astra Aerolab has secured significant investment and support from all levels of government.
Newcastle Airport is the second international gateway into New South Wales and is the second busiest airport in the state. The Airport is jointly owned by the City of Newcastle and Port Stephens Council with a Board of Directors comprising both independent and shareholder nominated directors. It is Australia’s largest airport remaining in public ownership, with all distributions returned to the communities which it serves.
The Corporate Services and Chief Financial Officer will partner effectively with the CEO on major development opportunities. The role will be an effective steward of shareholders’ investments through insightful and effective financial strategy, modelling and planning. The role will provide leadership and strategic direction to the company’s Corporate Services Team, particularly in the areas of finance strategy, financial management, data analytics, information technology and human resources.
High quality candidates will be strategically focused, with a track record of growing businesses and diversifying income streams. They will have an understanding of, and experience in, structured finance arrangements and options, and be accustomed to working with Board members and high-level business and government stakeholders. They will be keen and able to grow with the organization, and their negotiation and communication skills will be nuanced. They will be a collaborative team member with a track record of effective team leadership. At a personal level there will be good evidence of their resilience, curiosity, adaptability and well-developed emotional maturity. They will demonstrate a strong commitment to living and working in, and contributing to, a regional environment.
To obtain the Information for Candidates, or to apply please email email@example.com quoting J15838.
If further information is required after reviewing documentation and our website please contact Dr Marianne Broadbent at NGS Global on 1 300 138 863.