Denver Airport hosts job fair

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Denver International Airport (DEN) and Denver Workforce Development, a division of Denver Economic Development and Opportunity (DEDO), hosted an in-person job fair to fill over 500 open positions across the airport.

The job fair was held from 10:30am to 12:30pm local time on August 9, on the plaza that connects the Westin Hotel to the Jeppesen Terminal near the south security checkpoint. DEN’s job fair featured around 50 DEN employers across multiple areas including airlines, concessions, rental car companies and the city and county of Denver. Part-time, full-time, hourly and salaried positions were available in various employment sectors.

For those that couldn’t make it to the fair, DEN’s Workforce Center has reopened in a new location on the southeast corner of Level 6 of the terminal. This center can offer support with a range of free services to help those looking for employment. Jobseekers can visit the center from 9:00am to 4:00pm, Monday through Thursday, to explore various employment opportunities and connect with potential employers. While walk-ins are accepted, an appointment is recommended.

“Our employees are our most important asset. As passenger traffic continues to grow, we need to recruit and retain top talent to keep the airport running effectively,” said Phil Washington, CEO of DEN. “There are many opportunities at DEN, no matter your skillset or level of experience. We welcome jobseekers to join our diverse and growing team at one of the world’s busiest airports.”

“DEN is the state’s largest economic driver,” said Tony Anderson, chief workforce development officer at DEDO. “There are many benefits of working at a world-class airport like flexibility on scheduling, parking passes and/or an EcoPass, meal benefits and flight benefits, all with very competitive wages. We are thrilled to partner with DEN to ensure we can match jobseekers to critical airport roles.”

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