Generous benefits including medical, dental, vision and ER paid 401a
4 Year Degree
Want to be a part of something bigger than yourself? To contribute to a team making moves on a global scale? ONT is looking for people who think outside of the box, who get excited about the possibilities, and who want to continue paving the way for the fastest growing airport in the U.S. #ThisisONT.
The Planning Manager (Environmental) is responsible for overseeing Ontario International Airport’s (ONT) planning and environmental strategy as part of the capital development team for aviation programs and projects. The Planning Manager (Environmental) will be accountable for planning, overseeing, and managing general airport planning studies and associated environmental regulatory issues for all airport-related development to ensure the airport addresses future demand; meets associated federal environmental requirements and compliance; analyzes project proposals for conformity or impact to existing and developing plans; identifies and champions development that advances sustainability initiatives and ensures the airport meets environmental goals.
Minimum of five years of increasingly responsible experience in aviation planning, projects and programs, including three years of experience with environmental projects and programs. Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in Planning (Civil engineering, Airport Planning, Urban Planning), Environmental Science, or a related field is required. Proficiency in Microsoft Office including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and database programs.
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.