Sr. Executive - Corporate Planning

Date: 29 May 2023

Location: Gurgaon

Company: TATA SIA Airlines Limited

Job Overview

This is a program management & administration role and plays a pivotal role in creating a superior learning experience for training participants.

Key Responsibilities

  • Fleet Management:
    • Agreements: Assist in evaluation of aircraft related agreements
    • Documentation: Responsible for arranging aircraft delivery/re-delivery related documentation and coordination across internal and external teams
    • Lease Management: Assist Lessors throughout the lease term of the leased aircraft
    • Credits Tracking: Preparing reports for credit availability and utilization across OEMs and vendors.
  • Projects:
    • Analytics: Ad-hoc evaluations and analysis for senior management
    • Presentations: Preparation of presentations and memos for senior management
    • Research: Benchmarking and research for projects
    • Contracts: Review of key contracts and agreements
    • Lessor initiated agreements: Coordinate for Novation/ Refinancing requests from Lessors

Skills/ Attributes

  • Knowledge and experience in working on MS Office (Excel, Word and PowerPoint)
  • Knowledge and experience in financial research and analysis, benchmarking and KPI reporting
  • Ability to understand business requirements and apply financial knowledge appropriately
  • Should be a self-starter and pro-actively work to get tasks accomplished with minimal supervision
  • Relationship management with external parties such as Lessors and OEMs

Work Experience

  • Minimum 1-3 years of experience preferably in the Airline Industry or in a Finance related role


  • Graduate from a recognized university


  • Must be at a level of Sr. Executive (1B) or 1 level lower than the position
  • Minimum tenure in the current role and level – 18 months as of 16th May 2022 and must have attained minimum performance rating of GP3 in the last appraisal
  • Must be “confirmed’’ in service




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