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At ACG we treat each other with dignity and respect and acknowledge each other’s unique skill sets and contributions to the team. We value the diversity of our people, and we work together to achieve our goals and to celebrate our successes.

Elizabeth Stevens – Senior Vice President                  Human Resources, IT & Communications

Recruitment Philosophy

At ACG we understand that aircraft leasing is a highly competitive industry, and in order to attract and retain talented aviation professionals, we must remain committed to a people-focused philosophy for the recruitment, acquisition and retention of talent.   

While pursuing transactions that align with our core business principles is important to ACG, we also understand the importance of having a strong internal culture.  Integrity, honesty, creativity and commitment are key pillars of our foundation and the building blocks upon which we have been able to successfully grow our business for the past thirty years.  Our reputation across the globe continues to attract top talent.  We know details matter and each team member counts. 

Benefits Package

The success of any company depends on its employees.  At ACG, employee satisfaction is crucial not only to the well-being of our organization, but also to the health and wellness of our employees and their families.  We provide our employees the options and resources necessary for building security and maintaining a healthy balance between work and life.  

Our dedication to our staff is evident in our competitive benefits package.  Top-of-the-line health benefits include several options for medical, dental, and vision insurance, as well as generous employer contributions for retirement benefits, along with employer-paid life insurance and other related insurance plans.  Additional offerings include tuition reimbursement, holidays, and paid time off, employee assistance programs and so much more.  

“The culture at ACG is friendly and collaborative. The leadership team is involved, engaged, and committed to maintaining open lines of communication. There is a real sense of trust, respect, and community amongst employees."

Belen Valdovinos – Manager, Internal Audit

Job Postings

Newport Beach, CA

Job Summary:

The Sr Payroll & Benefits Administrator is responsible for administering US and global payroll, benefit plans & programs, along with maintaining the HRIS system.

Essential Job Functions:

Payroll & Compensation

  • Support set up and ongoing maintenance/coordinate with external providers for US and global payroll operations
  • Review payroll calculations and transactions provided by external payroll provider(s) to ensure accuracy and timeliness
  • Audit payroll transactions to ensure all amounts and payment dates are accurate
  • Calculate and approve one-time or permanent changes in payroll (e.g. salary increases, tax deduction, bonuses)
  • Report on compensation activities and forecasts
  • Ensure compliance with all federal and state tax laws
  • Stay up to date with labor legislation and any changes in employee insurance and tax regulations
  • Collaborate with Finance and HR to create payroll reports and forecasts


  • Administer the organization’s benefits programs (e.g., retirement plans, leave policies, wellness programs, insurance policies, etc.)
  • Partner with Comp and Payroll Manager to make recommendations based on analysis of benefits plans, programs, and policies
  • Monitor government regulations, legislation, and benefits trends
  • Work with insurance brokers and benefits carriers
  • Support external providers with managing benefit enrollment, renewal, and distribution processes

HRIS Maintenance

  • Supervise the day-to-day activities of HR Information Systems
  • Maintain and enhance overall HRIS system including but not limited to data integrity and analyzing data
  • Implement and monitor carrier feeds and various modules
  • Oversee all system upgrades and system additions
  • Ensure all HR-related systems are complaint with data protection laws

Human Resources

  • Assist with reporting, presentations and employee letters, as needed (mail merges and power point)
  • Process leaves of absence
  • Assist with surveys and participate in all department audits
  • Assist with HR initiatives as needed


  • 5+ years of Payroll experience
  • HRIS experience
  • Knowledge of deferred compensation, SERP, 401k or other non-qualified plans preferred
  • Strong knowledge and understanding of state payroll laws and regulations, especially related to time and attendance and payroll tax withholdings
  • Excellent verbal and written communications and strong interpersonal communications
  • Ability to problem solve, multi-task and respond to ee inquiries in a timely and professional manner
  • Must have and strong understanding of and proficiency with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, and Power Point)
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Business, Human Resources or related field preferred
  • International payroll experience a plus

If you are interested in the Sr Payroll & Benefits Administrator position, please send your resume and cover letter to

Financial Operations Manager, Dublin, IR

Job Summary:

The Financial Operations Manager will be based in ACG’s Dublin office and report to ACG’s AVP of Finance based in Ireland. This individual will be primarily responsible for managing the Company’s asset-backed securitization (“ABS”) transactions as well as the management of ACG’s financial reporting obligations in Europe.

Essential Job Functions:

Reporting to the AVP of Finance in Ireland, the main responsibilities associate with the role include, but are not limited to the following:

  • Preparation of annual statutory financial statements, dealing with statutory audit and tax compliance requirements including interaction with both Irish and International stakeholders. Obtain understanding of differences between US GAAP and the foreign accounting standards to ensure financial statements are presented appropriately
  • Assist with the preparation of the quarterly financial reporting packages for ACG LLC
  • Assist with the management of the Company’s ABS transactions including ensuring that all reporting requirements are met, and client requests are dealt with promptly
  • Review of transactional documents to identify the potential impact of same
  • Preparation and presentation of financial, transactional and operational reports to both internal and external stakeholders
  • Proactively drive progress in process efficiency t to meet tight timelines based on stakeholder demands
  • Preparation of budgets and monitoring of actual performance against budgets
  • Liaise with internal departments to gather and report information
  • Liaise with auditors, professional advisors, and other service providers
  • Special projects as required


  • Qualified accountant (ACA, ACCA, CIMA, CPA) with a minimum of three years post qualification experience
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office including excel, word and PowerPoint
  • Ability to work efficiently and effectively with little supervision
  • Ability to work in an evolving and fast paced environment
  • Good knowledge of accounting principles and regulations to maximize compliance with reporting obligations
  • Bachelor’s degree preferred but will consider other certifications of equivalent value

If you are interested in the Financial Operations Manager position, please send your resume and cover letter to

Newport Beach, CA | Dublin, Ireland | UK

Job Summary:

The Director is responsible for new aircraft price calculation, aircraft configuration definition and new aircraft delivery process. The Director interfaces and coordinates with various ACG departments, OEMs, BFE Suppliers and airline customers worldwide.

Essential Job Functions:

  • Assist the ACG Marketing department in the placement of new aircraft by preparing detailed aircraft pricing estimates and directly interfacing with ACG’s airline lessees to define the aircraft configuration.

  • Lead the configuration definition and delivery processes for new aircraft in the ACG portfolio. Work with the airframe manufacturers, other suppliers and ACG’s airline customers to manage the completion of configuration definition and delivery processes for new aircraft.

  • Lead the acceptance and delivery process of new aircraft from the airframe manufacturer, including managing the oversight of ACG’s inspectors, discrepancy resolution and the relationship with the airline lessee and the airframe manufacturer.

  • Coordinate the activities of team members from several departments as part of new aircraft delivery and configuration projects, ensuring timely communication among team members and communicating project progress to senior management in accordance with project deadlines.

  • Handles other projects/tasks as needed


  • Self-motivated individual with a minimum of 5-7 years of experience in an aviation-related capacity with prior experience in configuration management and familiarity with Boeing and/or Airbus aircraft.
  • Familiarity with aircraft configuration requirements, including new aircraft orders and aviation leasing contracts.
  • Individual must have strong communication and management skills to enable interfacing with all levels within the organization and with outside business partners. Must be flexible in a dynamic environment and enjoy working in a fast-paced setting.
  • Individual must be willing to travel as needed.
  • Strong leadership capabilities to coordinate cross-functional teams and communicate project progress to senior management.
  • Ability to react quickly in a changing environment and independently manage multiple complex projects simultaneously
  • Bachelor’s degree preferred but will consider other certifications of equivalent value
  • Must have refined communication skills, strong interpersonal skills, and sound business judgement

If you are interested in the Director, New Aircraft Management position, please send your resume and cover letter to

Newport Beach, CA

Job Summary:

The Senior Financial Analyst in Pricing and Analysis will be responsible for a variety of analytical assessments related to the evaluation of deal economics for orderbook aircraft, sale-lease back transactions, opportunistic aircraft purchases and sales to/from the secondary market, AFS loss given default calculations, maintenance forecasts and other ad hoc assignments. The position requires creative analytical ability to tackle a variety of scenarios and requests from teams across the company. Advanced Excel skills and a keen understanding of economic and finance concepts including IRR, ROE, Yield, leverage, etc. are critical for success in this role.

Essential Job Functions:

  • Work directly with the marketing representatives, including the AFS (Aircraft Financing Services) team, to review contemplated deal scenarios and analyze their economics based on the company’s key metrics of return on equity, internal rate of return, yield, etc.
  • Perform analysis related to ACG’s OEM orderbook activities. Such analysis includes but not limited to potential future aircraft commitments, aircraft price escalations, aircraft cost model, and impacts to lease economics, earnings, yield, etc.
  • Work with various team members from the technical department, FP&A, finance, legal, aircraft trading, and marketing to analyze the impact of potential aircraft trading transactions. Determine the economic results of each transaction considering various factors such as applicable forms of debt, lease agreement language, technical considerations, tax issues, accounting considerations, and structuring considerations. Track lease economics for delivered aircraft and perform analysis on ACG’s own portfolio economics as needed.
  • Support Risk team in the rollout of the risk adjusted return on investment model.
  • Support AFS (Aircraft Financing Services) and Accounting teams in all AFS transactions. Analyze AFS deal economics under various deal structures.
  • Periodically update and refine analytical models to ensure accuracy, flexibility, and up-to-date assumptions.
  • Complete ad-hoc projects, including presentation of analytical results to various company groups and stakeholders such as the Senior Leadership Team, the New Aircraft Management Team (NMT), etc. as assigned.


  • Advanced degree in finance, accounting, or economics required
  • 5-7 years’ work experience in Finance or related field
  • In-depth experience in valuation modeling (building and running), treasury and financial analysis
  • Advanced Excel modeling experience, including experience creating macros in VBA
  • Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills, with the ability to interact with all levels of an organization
  • Ability to build and deliver presentations to senior management
  • Strong organization skills, with ability to effectively prioritize work and meet deadlines
  • Strong preference for experience in the Aviation industry

If you are interested in the Sr. Financial Analyst III position, please send your resume and cover letter to

Newport Beach, CA

Job Summary:

The Compensation & Payroll Manager is responsible for assuring the Company’s domestic and international benefits and compensation packages are cost-effective, competitive, and current. Individual is also responsible for overseeing and managing accuracy and implementation of payroll, and all compensation and benefit-related packages.

Essential Job Functions:

  • Be a subject matter expert on payroll, compensation and general benefits, including analyzing and providing recommendations to Company to improve/modify payroll and C&B policies and programs, while helping to keep Company current and competitive
  • Create a comprehensive total rewards philosophy that aligns to our strategy, business goals and global talent needs
  • Serve as SME on industry salaries, benefits [especially ACG’s qualified and non-qualified retirement plans including 401(k), Supplemental Executive Retirement Plan (SERP), Deferred Compensation Plan (DCP), and ACG’s variable compensation plans such as the Annual Incentive Plan (AIP) and the Long-Term Incentive Plan (LTIP)], merit increase trends and implementation
  • Analyze C&B data against policies and report non-compliant situations
  • Advise HR department on basic C&B topics and make related recommendations for change
  • Research, analyze and update salary ranges for all positions
  • Participate in annual merit increase and bonus processes and make recommendations based on domestic and international data/trends
  • Analyze retirement plans and incentive-based compensation plans and recommend potential changes to streamline provisions and administration of such plans
  • Partner with HR Director on all benefits initiatives, including open enrollment, maintaining relationships with brokers and related vendors.
  • Provide audits on C&B programs and ensure compliance and accuracy
  • Management of domestic and international payroll
  • Implementation of consistent payroll policies and internal controls to ensure timely and accurate payroll processing for exempt and non-exempt regular payroll, bonuses, retirement distributions, etc.
  • Provide detailed review of payroll processing on a bi-weekly and ad-hoc basis for both domestic and international payroll processing including regular payroll, bonuses, terminations, retirement distributions, etc.
  • Liaise with employees on payroll related questions and concerns
  • Manage 3rd party service providers related to compensation and benefits including ADP, Principal, PayFlex, etc.
  • Provide regular audits between payroll and 3rd party systems
  • Prepare data for compensation and benefits analyses; clean and check the quality and accuracy of the data
  • Calculate variable pay for employees during the onboarding and offboarding process (AIP, LTIP, SERP, and DCP)
  • Provide back-up payroll support when needed
  • Work closely with the Finance department to accurately forecast and report compensation and benefit costs
  • Manage Payroll staff
  • Partner with HR Director and other team members to manage and monitor all leaves of absences including STD, LTD, FMLA, Worker’s Compensation and ADA accommodations, ensuring accurate payments and communications with employees.
  • Prepare and present related budgets, reports, audits, and presentations
  • Participate in company committees as requested
  • Handle other projects and tasks as needed


  • Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources, Finance or Accounting; prior HR experience helpful
  • Strong analytical skills, strong with numbers, calculations and data; excellent written and verbal communication skills; able to self-manage; team player and good time management skills
  • 5-10 years prior Payroll and C&B experience in a fast-paced, highly accurate environment
  • Proficient with MS Office especially Word, Excel, PPT and Outlook. Specific expertise in excel including ability to perform complex calculations and formulas, pivot tables, comparisons, V and H lookups, etc.
  • Excellent communication and organizational skills
  • Knowledge of qualified and non-qualified deferred compensation plans
  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills
  • Must be detail-oriented and time-driven
  • International benefits and compensation experience is a plus

If you are interested in the Compensation & Payroll Manager position, please send your resume and cover letter to

Newport Beach, CA

Job Summary:

Review and analyze lease documents in detail for the purpose of completing system data documentation, summary abstracts, and detailed analysis. Perform system set up, review and audit. Responsible for communicating with internal departments to ensure lease data and information is captured appropriately.

Perform and review calculations related to lease provisions on a daily/monthly basis. Position will communicate directly with customers and internal departments related to such calculations. Perform monthly Default interest calculation process review, MR/SD reconciliation. Perform updates via various adjustments and transactions and communicate with Lessees and ACG internal teams on the revised rent schedule and coordinate with invoicing team to revise invoices when necessary.

Participate in special projects involving portfolio transfers, acquisitions and/or sales and major system/report development projects primarily through detailed research and analysis of lease documentation as assigned.

Collaborate with the system core team to maximize the utilization of systems; improve system processes; and conduct comprehensive research on system issues/functionalities. Ensure self and appropriate staff training on system functionality, confirm proper reporting practices, data integrity, and assist with the testing of periodic system enhancements/releases. Analyze and provide recommendations for system upgrades/implementations including user testing and evaluation of requirements.

Essential Job Functions:

  • System data management
  • Review lease documentations, upload critical lease information into system
  • Manage lease schedules, to ensure accuracy of all active lease receivables in system
  • Perform calculations, communicate calculation details to customers
  • Provide system trouble shoot, provide solutions to ensure proper invoices/collection process being established
  • Provide system upgrade testing, ensure all critical functions and reports are working as expected
  • Provide creative solutions to meet business needs, and support ACG areas for information inquiries and reporting needs.
  • Support Marketing, Accounting, Treasury and Legal teams:
  • Support assigned marketing rep for all leasing activities, including payment status, delinquency balances, lease rental rates and detailed calculations and any other reporting and transaction needs.
  • Support delivery and Legal teams during new delivery by providing critical contract calculations
  • Perform daily cash receipt analysis
  • Support legal team on providing arrears calculation/reviewing draft documentations to ensure the calculations accurately reflect in the documents.
  • Provide support to any internal special projects as assigned


  • Undergraduate degree in Business.
  • Effective written and verbal communication skills
  • Ability to learn and use industry specific software to accomplish daily tasks
  • Ability to read and understand Lease contract language and technical aspects of the various Leases and associated legal documents and apply that information to specific situations, as needed
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office including Excel, Word, PowerPoint
  • Good communication and analytical skills
  • Ability to work efficiently and effectively with little supervision
  • Ability to work in an evolving and fast paced environment
  • Ability to analyze data, leases, and make recommendations
  • Two years’ experience working in an aviation related organization preferred

If you are interested in the Sr. Portfolio Analyst II position, please send your resume and cover letter to

Newport Beach, CA

Job Summary:

Responsible for delivering in-house legal advice and structure, draft, negotiate and manage a wide variety of aircraft lease, financing, sale, and other related transactions and managing paralegals.

Essential Job Functions:

  • Drafting transaction documentation, including aircraft operating leases, lease assignments and novations, aircraft purchase and sale agreements, debt financing agreements, ABS and capital markets type agreements, aircraft maintenance and vendor agreements and various other related agreements.
  • Managing transactions from initial documentation through execution, closing and delivery.
  • Managing a deal team comprised of employees from other departments and responding to their comments, questions and concerns.
  • Representing ACG in contract negotiations with airlines, lenders, aircraft purchasers and sellers, OEMs and maintenance providers.
  • Handling litigation, bankruptcy and other situations involving customer defaults, including lease restructurings, workouts, repossessions and the administration of bankruptcy claims.
  • Managing external legal counsel in various jurisdictions.
  • Other duties as needed or assigned


  • 3 to 7 years of experience since admission to the Bar, including experience in the aircraft leasing industry either with a law firm or with an international aircraft leasing company
  • Law degree from an ABA accredited law school and admission to practice law in California, New York or another jurisdiction of the United States
  • If not admitted to the California Bar, ability to register as in-house counsel with the California State Bar
  • A solid understanding of legal concepts involved in the lease, financing and sale of aircraft and engines, including legal concepts applicable to commercial transactions, aircraft registration, tax and insurance and international treaties applicable to aircraft.
  • Experience in structuring, managing and negotiating aircraft finance and leasing transactions and ABS and capital markets transactions, including an ability to negotiate and resolve complex and difficult issues skillfully with both internal and external groups;

If you are interested in the Attorney position, please send your resume and cover letter to

Newport Beach, CA

Essential Job Functions

  • Provide oversight to functional leaders and staff within the Corporate teams (covering general accounting, financial reporting, tax, treasury, cash management, risk, internal audit, operational risk, FP&A, pricing and analytics, and corporate finance).  Develop strategic objectives and goals for the various teams and for the company in general.  Review key deliverables and coordinate workflows and project priorities.  Provide guidance, oversight and direction on all the different workstreams and facilitate coordination across the department as well as across the enterprise

  • Support CEO and other members of senior management by providing insight into company financials, impact on strategic choices, and synthesizing the results of recurring and ad hoc financial/accounting analyses. Provide guidance to the team and to the CEO and other senior leadership members on matters related to financing strategy, core business lines, new products, M&A opportunities, risk-based scenarios, etc. Prepare/review and present quarterly board and audit commitment materials, results analyses, valuation updates, financial forecasts, funding strategies and requirements, etc.  Collaborate with CEO and members of the Corporate Finance team for short and long-term business plans and periodic income projection updates

  • Member of the Senior Leadership Team responsible for representing the Corporate risk and finance areas. Work with Tokyo Century and the ACG Board in communicating ACG objectives, strategy and results and in communicating strategic decisions within the Corporate finance team

  • Manage, develop and mentor talent throughout the Finance organization. Identify and develop emerging leaders. Lead frequent staff and team communications to ensure free information flow and deepen the team’s knowledge of our business and strategic direction.  Oversee and lead the team’s efforts to improve process flows and automation to continually improve operational flexibility and efficiency while maintaining a strong control environment

  • Lead discussions with the Rating Agencies, banking partners, investors, OEM’s and other external stakeholders. Present at company events, conferences, etc. in furthering the company’s business opportunities and strategic objectives. Craft and deliver the appropriate message on behalf of the company to various third parties and interested constituents

  • Handles other tasks/projects as needed

Key Dimensions

  • CEO – works directly with CEO to establish department goals and objectives.  Leadership and mentorship received from CEO

  • Tokyo Century and the ACG Board – constant communication with senior leaders at Tokyo Century to enable close coordination and understanding of each company’s strategic goals and planned actions

  • Heads of the various Corporate teams:  Treasurer, Controller, Risk, Internal Audit, Financial Planning and Analytics– work directly with each department head and their respective staff and provides guidance related to each area’s objectives and strategic direction of each of the departments in furthering the overall company’s strategic goals

  • Rating Agencies – lead all discussions with the various rating agencies in presenting the company’s strategy and results and ensuring each rating agency is best able to assess the company’s credit strengths in order to maintain an investment grade rating for the company

  • Banks, investors, manufacturers and other external business partners and stakeholders – effectively communicate company’s goals and actions with all external stakeholders and business partners to ensure common understanding of each partners’ objectives and to further mutually beneficial business transactions as a result


  • 20+ years of corporate finance experience with at least 10+ years in management and demonstrated leadership experience with increasing levels of responsibility
  • Strong problem-solving skills and ability to make decisions with incomplete or ambiguous information
  • Proven ability to effectively lead, manage and develop a team of direct reports with various levels of experience
  • Strong business savvy and a keen understanding of all aspects of running a successful business including finance, marketing, governance, and business administration
  • Ability to think clearly and to distill complex issues to their essence while working in a fast-paced environment and maintaining great attention to detail
  • Excellent interpersonal, oral and written communication skills
  • Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree in Accounting or Finance required (MBA preferred)

If you are interested in the EVP, Chief Financial Officer position, please send your resume and cover letter to

Newport Beach, CA

Job Summary:

The Financial Reporting and Accounting Supervisor will oversee the preparation of ACG’s quarterly and annual financial statements and investor presentation. Primary contact and key contributor on the annual statutory financial statement audits compiled under IFRS for foreign subsidiaries domiciled in Ireland, Singapore, Sweden and France. Provide financial reporting and accounting support to our parent company – Tokyo Century on their quarterly accounting and reporting package. Serve as liaison and a main point of contact with various external parties (auditors, technical advisors, bookkeepers) and internal parties (Tokyo Century, Legal, Treasury, Senior Management). Key contributor to the quarterly and annual corporate and audits. Assist in the preparation of quarterly results memo to parent company.

Research and provide guidance on critical accounting functions, including drafting key accounting memos. Key contributor and primary accounting contact for capital market initiatives including preparation of offering memorandums for debt raised under SEC rule 144a. Review and analyze new Accounting Standard Updates (ASUs) and GAAP checklist, work with manager to communicate findings to Chief Accounting Officer. Research SEC guidance and SEC filing peers.

Supervise and mentor Senior Associate on Financial Reporting Tasks, day-to-day accounting functions including preparation of journal entries, reconciliations/rollforwards for various key accounts. Provide active leadership to Senior Associate and be first line of defense on trainings or questions they may have.

Essential Job Functions

  • 30% – Oversight, review and preparation of quarterly and annual US GAAP financial statements and active oversight of request transmission for audits and reviews; review of GAAP Checklist and new ASUs. Proactively drive progress in process efficiency to ensure key deadlines are adhered to in order to meet increasingly tight timelines based on investor demands. Ensure information provided to auditors is accurate and consistent. Proactively monitor recent developments in GAAP to ensure timely implementation of new guidance.  Provide analysis of the impact of new GAAP pronouncements and update senior management for potential implementation.  Research accounting impact of unique transactions by obtaining an understanding of the GAAP guidance, as well as investigate public financial statements for current treatment and disclosure alternatives.  Primary preparer of periodic and ad-hoc reports for use by senior management.

  • 30% – Prepare and/or review journal entries, account reconciliations, provide technical accounting support, compile projections as part of the quarter end close process. Prepare quarterly financial reporting package and provide support to Tokyo Century accounting team as needed and strengthen internal controls. Identify and communicate potential issues that could arise from Tokyo Century’s perspective based on changes to ACG’s business. Serve as the primary point of contact for questions and additional requests from Tokyo Century.

  • 20% – Preparation and/or review of TBs and financial statements of our foreign subsidiaries and related audit work including the supervision of annual audits as the primary point of contact. Proactive communication with foreign auditors to ensure progression to meet regulatory deadlines.  Obtain understanding of differences between US GAAP and the foreign accounting standards to ensure financial statements are presented appropriately.

  • 20% – Key contributor to capital market initiatives – key contributor in the preparation and review of offering memorandums related to significant debt transactions. Proactively manage a multitude of departmental input (treasury, legal, accounting, auditors, etc.) to ensure completeness and consistency of information presented. Strict adherence to deadlines, including constant oversight of the status of other departments and external participants, to ensure timing requirements are met to contribute to successful transactions. Note this percentage will vary depending on capital market activity. Ad-hoc projects, requests, or tasks.


  • Undergraduate degree in accounting or other business degree with emphasis on accounting.
  • Certified Public Accountant strongly preferred
  • 4-6 years accounting experience including public accounting
  • Good knowledge of accounting principles and regulations to maximize compliance with GAAP, ICFR, SEC, etc.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office including Excel, Word, PowerPoint
  • Good communication and analytical skills.
  • Ability to train and oversee individuals.
  • Ability to work efficiently and effectively with little supervision
  • Ability to work in an evolving and fast paced environment.

If you are interested in the Financial Reporting and Accounting Supervisor position, please send your resume and cover letter to

Interested In Joining Our Team?

ACG is regularly seeking talented people to join our team. If you wish to be considered for a future role on the ACG team, you are welcome to send us your resume along with a cover letter. 

Thanks for your time and interest. We’ll see you in the skies…