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Find out about jobs at King County International Airport - Boeing Field
Do you love being around planes?
Not everyone who loves flight is a pilot! From engineering, operations, planning and maintenance, King County International Airport needs employees with a variety of skills. We have engineers who work on capital projects, operations staff who keep the airport running safely, planners who look to ensure the airport will be world-class in years to come, and maintenance staff who keep everything in top shape. We also have administrative support staff, employees with financial and business skills, and more! Find your niche at KCIA.
About King County International Airport
King County International Airport-Boeing Field is one of the busiest primary non-hub general aviation airports in the nation. Located just four miles south of downtown Seattle, it averages more than 180,000 aircraft operations each year and supports $3.5 billion in local business. KCIA puts the globe within reach by developing, operating, and maintaining a world-class airport.
The airport serves all sizes and types of aircraft, fills a wide range of commercial and recreational needs, and is home base for about 150 businesses - including air cargo companies, flight schools, charter operations, and helicopter services. Our tenants also include hundreds of small aircraft owners who use their planes for recreation and business. We strive each day to achieve our vision: Delivering airport excellence, driving results for tomorrow.
About King County
The only jurisdiction in the world named for Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., King County is a community with residents that represent countries from around the world. It is a region with increasing diversity that cherishes the artistic and social traditions of many cultures. Together, we're changing the way government delivers service and winning national recognition as a model of excellence.
We continue to build on an enduring legacy of shared values of equity and social justice, employee engagement, innovative thinking and continuous improvement. With this commitment, King County has adopted a pro-equity agenda aimed at advancing regional change and is developing the systems and standards necessary to achieve better outcomes for all of our residents, regardless of their race or income. These qualities make King County one of the nation's best places to live, work and play.
Sharon Gartrell-Henderson, Human Resources Manager